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Who is Prime Minister Boris Johnson Racist Adviser: Andrew Sabisky Biography, Wiki, Age, Career, Racial Comments, Fired and Reports

Andrew Sabisky Biography – Wiki

Andrew Sabisky is identified as the adviser of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson who has previously suggested that black Americans have lower IQs than white Americans and has voiced support for compulsory contraception to prevent a “permanent underclass.”

He is 27 years old.

Andrew Sabisky Career

The 27-year-old was insitially fired by Johson’s most senior adviser, Dominic Cummings, who is said to have adveetised earlier this year for “weirdos and misfits with odd skills” to work alongside him.

Andrew Sabisky Racial Comments

Critics of the appointment singled out comments made by Sabisky in support of eugenics and giving children mind-enhancing drugs for their educational benefits. “From a societal perspective the benefits of giving everyone modafinil once a week are probably worth a dead kid once a year,” he claimed in a 2016 interview.
In a 2014 comment on Cummings’ website, Sabisky wrote: “One way to get around the problems of unplanned pregnancies creating a permanent underclass would be to legally enforce universal uptake of long-term contraception at the onset of puberty”.
“Vaccination laws give it a precedent, I would argue”, he continued.
In a post on another website in 2014, he also said that black Americans have a lower average IQ than their white counterparts.
At the daily briefing for UK political journalists on Monday, a government spokesman repeatedly refused to say whether Johnson shared Sabisky’s views on eugenics, the selective breeding of humans, according to the PA Media news agency.

Sabisky has not reportedly shared any comments on his old writings once they were revealed by the UK’s Times newspaper on Saturday.

Johnson Faces Calls From His Own Side to Ditch Andrew Sabisky

“Cannot believe No 10 has refused to comment on Andrew Sabisky. I don’t know him from a bar of soap, but don’t think we’d get on,” wrote a Conservative MP, Caroline Noakes, on Twitter. “Must be no place in Government for the views he’s expressed,” she stated.
Since Johnson entered Downing Street last summer, his opponents have been concerned at the influence Cummings would have over the government. Critics say that Cummings, widely considered to have been the mastermind behind the successful 2016 Brexit campaign, has a brutal political style and fear that he is willing to run over anyone who stands in the way of his radical political agenda.
Cummings has a developed a reputation for being a political outsider, interested in ideas that are not usually discussed in Westminster circles. Between the 2016 referendum and his appointment to Downing Street, Cummings wrote long blog posts on topics such as artificial intelligence and reforming entire political systems. Cummings’ status after Brexit meant that his his website became widely read in the British political world.
Supporters of Cummings say that even if he knew of Sabisky’s previous comments, it’s unlikely it would reflect his own views. However, friends of Cummings say they were not surprised someone with these views would end up on his radar, CNN was told.
Opposition lawmakers do not buy this argument. “What I worry about is that he been hired because of these views, not despite them,” said Chris Bryant.

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