Boris Johnson Dead Cat

Dead cat strategy refers to the introduction of a dramatic, shocking, or sensationalist topic in order to divert discourse away from a more damaging topic. Contents. [hide]. History and usage. . United Kingdom . United States. See also References. History and usage[edit]. Identification of examples may be .In a article for The Daily Telegraph, Boris Johnson noted that one of Crosby s tactics when losing an argument because the facts are against you was to do the equivalent of “throwing a dead cat on the table” bring up an issue you want to talk about that draws widespread attention from the populace, forcing opponents .This cap on bankers bonuses is like a dead cat pure distraction. EU autocrats think that by blaming the City of London, they have an entire continent fooled. Brussels has decided to impose the first ever legal curb on bankers bonuses, a measure described as “deluded” Photo ALAMY. Boris Johnson.. Boris Johnson “Let us suppose you are losing an argument. The facts are overwhelmingly against you, and the more people focus on the reality the worse it is for you and your case. Your best bet in these circumstances is to perform a manoeuvre that a great campaigner describes as “throwing a dead cat .

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