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Bo Johnson

Posted: 08:05 17 May 2019
by Martyn
Seriously think, I would seek to leave the country if Johnson (Trump mark 11), became PM.

It would be disastrous.

Re: Bo Johnson

Posted: 09:05 17 May 2019
by Pogleswoody
Martyn wrote: Seriously think, I would seek to leave the country if Johnson (Trump mark 11), became PM.

It would be disastrous.



The criticism that Gordon Brown got!!, only to be followed by Cameron, May and now possibly BlowJo??
Slow descent into Hades springs to mind. What has happened to my (our) country?? :facepalm:

Re: Bo Johnson

Posted: 11:02 17 May 2019
by Martyn
My nightmare scenario, mentioned a couple of years ago, could come to fruition

Russia - Putin
USA - Trump
UK - Bojo

Help us, where is the centre sensible leaders in this world.

Re: Bo Johnson

Posted: 05:36 18 May 2019
by Mike E
It would be the finishing touch in how cuckoo we are percieved by the rest of the world to have this buffoon as our figure head.

He proved as foreign secretary that he has no diplomatic skills and is the verbal equivalent of a bull in a china shop.

As mentioned he is our mini Trump and as populism appears to be sweeping the world it is inevitable he will end up as our pm.

What a f##g choice him or Corbyn. Is this all our democratic system can come up with ? :sick:

Re: Bo Johnson

Posted: 08:04 18 May 2019
by Martyn
Another point, if he became PM (heaven help us).

It could lead to ‘no deal’, back on the agenda

All he would have to do is run down the clock to Hallowe’en, do nothing, and the UK, would just leave.

Basically we are in the hands of approx 108,000 Tory voters to get their favourite blond idiot in power. (He is just a funny bloke, would reunite the Tory faithfull, etc, etc).

Where is the democracy in that ( Farage),

Johnson is clone of a Trump policy and dogma, this is a dangerous time if he got in.

When TM goes, it should be a General Election

Re: Bo Johnson

Posted: 08:51 22 May 2019
by PlymouthCasual
Blokes an absolute tool. What an absolute crisis this country is in. Bojo on one side.....Corbyn on the other, scary times for sure!

Re: Bo Johnson

Posted: 12:50 22 May 2019
by Ave_IT
Anybody who thinks Boris is funny, or buys that “lovable-old-rogue” act of his really should watch this interview with Eddie Mair from a few years ago…… IT IS BRILLIANT……

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/vi ... asty-video

Eddie Mair absolutely hammers him and Johnson himself described it as a “car crash of an interview”. Mair confronts him about claims he made up quotes while working for The Times, lied to his party leader about having an affair and provided a friend with the address of someone they wanted to 'beat up'. At one point he asks him “You’re a Nasty piece of work aren’t you?”

This man will quite probably be our Prime Minister quite soon. F***ING HELL!! :facepalm:

Re: Bo Johnson

Posted: 15:07 22 May 2019
by MickyD
But five years from now, with Supreme Leader Lord Nigel of Farrago's Milkshakeshirts goo-stepping down Whitehall, we'll be longing for the goold old days when a mere nasty piece of work was PM.

Re: Bo Johnson

Posted: 16:25 22 May 2019
by Ham Green
And it could happen sooner than we thought!

If rumours are to be believed, May's resigning tonight.

Re: Bo Johnson

Posted: 17:05 22 May 2019
by Pogleswoody
Ham Green wrote: And it could happen sooner than we thought!

If rumours are to be believed, May's resigning tonight.


On the eve of a European election?Do you really think so? :think:

Re: Bo Johnson

Posted: 17:23 22 May 2019
by MickyD
I would say that literally anything is possible now. The Tories know that they're going to be destroyed in the elections tomorrow, and maybe she just can't stomach the prospect of yet another public humiliation to try to explain away in front of parliament and the press.

Re: Bo Johnson

Posted: 17:25 22 May 2019
by Ham Green

Re: Bo Johnson

Posted: 18:31 22 May 2019
by Mike E
MickyD wrote: I would say that literally anything is possible now. The Tories know that they're going to be destroyed in the elections tomorrow, and maybe she just can't stomach the prospect of yet another public humiliation to try to explain away in front of parliament and the press.


If its the one and only thing she manages to master to perfection it is public humiliation. Like water off a ducks back.

She must have a set to come out and own up to this mess every day. :shock: