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BRAVO BORISCONI

By Pete Moore On July 23rd, 2019

Tory Party members have elected Boris Johnson as party leader. Tomorrow he will take a company Jag to Buckingham Palace. The Queen, as Governor of the Nation, will invite him tu become her Prime Minister and to form her Cabinet.

The news has triggered mass outbreaks of middle class and progressive screeching, and that’s just the BBC. Not my PM, claim the whining classes. Oh yes he is. Brexit, Trump, now Boris. “Not my- ” is the stock response. These are bad people who need to grow up. In the meantime, they can study this handy flow chart –

Not that I think he’ll be a resounding success. Nor do I care. I just want to leave the EU on 31st October. Boris will stuff up bigly. The question is whether or not he’s achieved the one thing on his to-do list first. The job is big. His Parliamentary party is split and Parliament stuffed full of traitorous Remainers. Yes they are, don’t argue.

If he gets us out he’ll be a national hero in exactly 100 days’ time. If not, the Tories will be dead 10 minutes into 1st November.

49 Responses to “BRAVO BORISCONI”

  1. As I heard on the radio earlier, ‘Johson is what you get when you send Trump to Eton’

    Hopelessy, wildly, impossibly out of his depth, he’s going to get royally fucked by the US in any post Brexit trade deal.

    Let the carnage commence! It may be a complete fuck up but at least it’s going to be entertaining

    BTW, just watch the first time that Johnson does the first thing that Pete disagrees with. It’ll be ‘never trust the Tories’

  2. The US and UK are now both headed by the most incompetent leaders in anyone’s lifetime.

  3. Well, we have his record as foreign secretary to go on – a fiasco.

    His promises will probably turn out to have as much truth in them as his reports did when he was Brussels correspondent for the Telegraph.

  4. Can you imagine the screwball joint press conference that these two will have?

    The bad boys club conference.

  5. I think he stands a good chance of getting Theresa May’s deal through Parliament.

  6. He can’t be as bad as May, he’ll never be a Blair or Thatcher…. let’s see what happens.

    I will say though it’s just wrong to be named Boris….. especially when you look like you’ve just been chased by a moose and squirrel

  7. Patrick

    His proper first name is Alexander. But will he be “ The Great “ as Trump thinks he will.

  8. I’ll be very very surprised at that Colm.

    He can’t be as bad as May

    May had to clean up Cameron’s shit. If it had been Johnson he wouldn’t have lasted half of what May did.

    Let’s see what happens

    Look at his record as a journalist and the first and only time he was given any political responsibility as Foreign Secretary and watch this space.

  9. BTW, when he finished as London Mayor the city had a debt increased by nine figures:

  10. //Johson is what you get when you send Trump to Eton’//

    //The US and UK are now both headed by the most incompetent leaders//

    It’s wrong to put BJ and Trump into any category, except the bearers of mad hairdoes perhaps.

    Johnson is highly intelligent in an academic sense (even if he may lack emotional intelligence or common sense), he speaks many languages fluently, he can write very well and has penned books, essays and thousands of articles and editorials, while Trump’s best efforts don’t get past the level of a Tweet.
    (BJ actually once wrote a novel about a US president visiting Britain; maybe he should send a signed copy to Trump)

    Boris is a brilliant speaker, has wit and can entertain and hold an audience with his words.

    He is in fact everything that Trump definitely is not.

    Above all BJ can, indeed, even loves to, laugh at himself. He just doesn’t have the childish ego that Trump has, he’s also in no way vindictive or hurtful. He likes to like people.

    Boris is also liberal, relaxed and a sophisticated cosmopolitan. We’re constantly being told here of “Londonistan” and that it’s no longer a British city etc. Yet this “Conservative” easily won majorities in this multinational and very liberal city on two occasions.

    Who can imagine the people of NY or SF repeatedly voting for Trump?

    BJ is also an ethnically mixed bag and there’s no way he’s going to start getting heavy with foreigners or immigrants. A grandfather was a Turk and I believe he also has French and German ancestry.

    He will now have to interact with the new president of the EU Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, with whom he has a lot in common. Both were brought up in Brussels and both had fathers working for the EU Commission.
    She is a strict Christian while Boris is a cad, yes, but they may be able to work well together.

    Ideally, Boris would take the UK back into Europe, and use his weight and considerable skills to reform the Brussels administration. Ursula will help him.

  11. Noel

    Now that’s the trajectory I would be happy for Boris to follow 😀

  12. Boris is a brilliant speaker, has wit and can entertain and hold an audience with his words.
    He is in fact everything that Trump definitely is not.

    never seen a Trump rally…. hmmph

  13. Trump is not a brilliant speaker.. he’s just loud. The audience love him because he is trump. He could bend over and fart at the crowd and they would WHOOP WHOOP every waft of it 😉

  14. Ideally, Boris would take the UK back into Europe, and use his weight and considerable skills to reform the Brussels administration.

    The UK is in Europe but not of the Continent. We voted to leave the (unreformable) EU because we want to rejoin the family of sovereign, independent and self-governing nations.

    It’s our choice and it suits us.

  15. Yep, we voted to leave the warm solid shared house and go live alone in the cold damp rickety shed. That’s FREEDOM 😉

  16. Colm, on July 23rd, 2019 at 8:17 PM Said:
    Trump is not a brilliant speaker.. he’s just loud. The audience love him because he is trump. He could bend over and fart at the crowd and they would WHOOP WHOOP every waft of it 😉

    your point…… ?

    has wit and can entertain and hold an audience with his words
    sounds the same to me….. just in a different culture. There is a lot we cousins share what we consider wit and entertainment aren’t two of them….

  17. Patrick. We just have a different definition of a “Brilliant Speaker” . To me Trump is an embarrassingly clumsy speaker, not brilliant in any way.

  18. I agree and disagree with what you’ve written Noel.

    Johnson is indeed the epitome of the cosmopolitan elite and whilst he was an old Etonian who studied classics at Oxford reading around this all I can see is the passive it is said that he’s fluent in many languages.

    He’s certainly intelligent in academic terms, he graduated from Oxford with a 2.1 in classics, and I also think he’s intelligent enough to very successfully craft the bumbling, eccentric, loveable rogue whereas coloeagues in the journalism and political fields have said that he’s anything but and very hard nosed and ruthless. He’s a gifted orator but sometimes can make a complete arsehole of himself, witness his smoked kipper and Mars Bar shenanigans along with this,

    https://inews.co.uk/news/politics/boris-johnson-bbc-inside-the-foreign-office-blunder-video/

    Where I think that Trump and Johnson are similar are they are both absolutely political opportunists devoid of principles who will do whatever is politically expedient to survive at any given moment, (which gives me hope for the Brexit thing), and that they are both utterly, completely and absolutely out of their depth.

    Oh, one interesting thing I noticed is a distant relation to Lithuanian Jews. Watch this space.

  19. Trump has wit? Maybe half the time.

    Al I can hear when Trump speaks is bad trempered, rude self praise.

  20. Paul

    Your last line is certain to get Allan’s antennae twitching 😉

  21. Ps – good line about Trump’s wit 😉

  22. //never seen a Trump rally…. hmmph//

    Patrick, please don’t compare a Trump rally with a Conservative meeting or party conference.

    The Republican party and the British Conservatives are planets apart. The British value cleverness. There is simply no political market in the UK for the down-to-earth idiot, like there is in the US.

  23. A Trump rally is more like a World Wrestling event than anything else

    Trump is Vince McMahon, the hero, who is adored as the good guy wrestler.

  24. simply no political market in the UK for the down-to-earth idiot, like there is in the US

    ROFLMAO…. I’ve watched British politics for two decades now…. believe me the inbred idiots both nations put into office are equally retarded and corrupt.

  25. So you Yanks thought the Brits couldn’t put a bigger idiot in charge of their country than Trump? Will take that guys, we’ve got the bigger baffon Boris.

  26. I heard on Radio Ulster today from Edwina Currie that junior members of the Cons from 16 – 18 yrs were given a vote in the leadership election. P

  27. Bollocks, apologies.

    Pretty disgraceful that under 18s were effectively given a vote in choosing Britain’s new PM while the general populace from 16 – 18 aren’t allowed to vote in political elections.

  28. Noel

    he’s also in no way vindictive or hurtful. He likes to like people.

    Well except northerners, especially scousers.

    He may be smart academically Noel, but he’s a complete f****** moron when it comes to common sense. I seriously question him having any leadership qualities.

  29. Paul.

    Good stuff you posted there mate. I wholeheartedly agree.

  30. Both Trump and Johnson lie often and change policy when it suits. Both are actors and not serious political leaders. Both are likely to flame out.

  31. Remember your OP graphic, Pete, when you’ve Corbyn as PM.

    As for Boris being the UK PM (just let that sink in). May ye live in ‘Interesting Times’ Grabs popcorn.

  32. Pete

    I very much agree. He has few choices but choices nonetheless. If he is brave he will face down the Remainers in his party. He has the overwhelming support of the membership and force them out.

  33. // If he is brave he will face down the Remainers in his party. He has the overwhelming support of the membership and force them out.//

    Mark, his problem isn’t the Remainers in his party, but the Tory Remainers, and even more those who won’t accept no-deal, in parliament, and he can’t force them out.

  34. Here’s all that matters about Boris Johnson:

    https://static.timesofisrael.com/www/uploads/2015/11/F151111FFF11.jpg

  35. Heard on the radio earlier that the metropolitan elite PM’s new cabinet is to include more females and ethnic minorities.

    That should enamor him to quite a few around here. Just watch the sea – change.

  36. //Here’s all that matters about Boris Johnson://

    Allan, what’s the “world jewry” position on Brexit?

    No Deal, May Deal, Remain ??

  37. Something, something, something, globalists no doubt.

  38. Widely tipped to be the new metropolitan PM’s Home Secretary:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-46488479

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/nov/08/priti-patel-israel-trip-analysis-uk-foreign-policy

    Watch this space.

  39. Noel, on July 24th, 2019 at 11:07 AM Said:

    //Here’s all that matters about Boris Johnson://

    Allan, what’s the “world jewry” position on Brexit?

    No Deal, May Deal, Remain ??

    Whatever’s good for jews: whatever’s bad for whites. That’s the position and it looks as though all outcomes are covered.

    Note to Paul – ‘jewry’ means jews collectively and is nothing to do with a legal process

  40. Note to Paul – ‘jewry’ means jews collectively and is nothing to do with a legal process

    Yes but what’s a ‘Hypocratic Oath?’ Is that the one you take before commenting on other’s errors?

  41. The international jewry position on Brexit is of course whatever Allan decides to weave from half a dozen obscure and wildly disparate internet / youtube sources in order to form a conclusion that suits his Jooooooooos narrative,

  42. Paul

    You are crediting Allan with too much acumen in that last comment. 😉

  43. Whatever’s good for jews: whatever’s bad for whites.

    All the Jews I have ever known of look white to me, but perhaps Allan’s eyesight detects skin tinctures that mine miss? I’m sure he will enlighten us, in his role as uber-racist furher on ATW.

  44. Ah but that’s their deceitful, wily ways and not obsessive paranoia at all Peter.

    It’s his MO Colm. A bit of Gruppenfurther there to make some point and then AHA!! a (((Youtube))) video to make some irrelevant point about the ‘Irish’ Savant(.co.uk) and hey presto! It’s the Jooooooos.

  45. Anyway, as I said above,

    Oh, one interesting thing I noticed is a distant relation to Lithuanian Jews. Watch this space.

    I’m sure there’s a great beginning of a ‘theory’ there.

  46. Paul

    It’s always the bloody Jooooos. I’m sure they are responsible for our current heatwave and hot unsleepable nights. Allan can prove it 😉

  47. All the Jews I have ever known of look white to me

    Indeed, Peter – they are your ‘fellow whites’…….

    http://nwioqeqkdf.blogspot.com/2017/05/dear-fellow-white-people.html

  48. ……before commenting on other’s errors?

    Paul – stupidity is not an error, though it is the source of errors. Stupidity is stupidity.

  49. So what’s a ‘Hypocratic Oath’ then?