The new Prime Minister of Britain, who assumed office in July 2019, is very proud of his Jewish ancestry. Johnson’s maternal great-grandfather, Elias Avery Lowe, was a Jew born in Moscow.
In an interview with the Jewish Chronicle in 2007 Boris said:
“I feel Jewish when I feel the Jewish people are threatened or under attack […] When I suddenly get a whiff of anti-Semitism, it’s then that you feel angry and protective […] I’m proud of [my Jewish ancestry] very proud.” Boris Johnson – My Jewish Credentials, The Jewish Chronicle, 06/09/2007
According to the newspaper The Times of Israel (August 7, 2014) Johnston described himself as "a passionate Zionist."
He publicly showed his belief in holocaustianity by placing a wreath in the "Hall of Remembrance" at Yad Vashem in 2015, writing in the museum's guestbook that:
"No one must ever forget the truth of what happened and this museum will ensure that the lesson of that horror will stay in our hearts forever."
As we noted in our article A German Day Of Remembrance,
“It is no coincidence that every modern Western political leader or potential leader is obliged to visit the Zionist state and show their support for the myth of the holocaust – for holocaustianity – by a solemn visit to Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Centre. Failure to do so is political suicide, with holocaustianity being the founding myth of the Zionist state and the means whereby that state acquires and has acquired, from the West, military superiority in the Middle East.”