The ghost of Joseph Goebels has been appointed Minister for Propaganda in Boris Johnson’s cabinet reshuffle.
Sajid Javid resigned as Chancellor after refusing to sack his entire team of aides.
Joseph Goebells was one of Hitler’s closes allies and served as Nazi Minister for Propaganda from 1933 – 1945.
Through a medium he said he was ‘delighted’ to have found another complete arsewipe to join in spreading far right policies and trying to make a complete balls up of peace in Europe. And he said he feels confident that ‘Boris has what it takes to go the extra mile and destroy Britain too.’
In 1943, Goebbels began to pressure Hitler to introduce measures that would produce total war, including closing businesses not essential to the war effort.
Mr Johnson said it was this complete lack of regard for anybody else’s wellbeing that first attracted him to Goebells and described him as ‘just the sort of egotistical bastard’ that the Tory party likes to promote into key positions.
The prime minister said Mr Javid’s decision to try introducing principles to the role of chancellor was ‘unwarranted, unnecessary and deeply disturbing’ and said the Conservatives had ‘dodged a bullet’ by not electing Javid as leader.
Goebell’s ghost described ‘bullet dodging’ as unbecoming of any great leader. He then placed a Luger in the top drawer of Boris’ desk in anticipation of the catastrophe to come.