Boris Johnson: A Legend In His Own Lietime

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Boris Johnson: A Legend In His Own Lietime

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Well he's gone. Sort of. This despicable insult to the concept of democracy is finally coming to the end of road. Hopefully, as far as the political scene is concerned, he'll then plummet into a bottomless chasm. But, of course, people of this ilk can never really do wrong by their own screwed-up code of ethics, and he'll no doubt spend the rest of his life in a world of champagne and roses. The Jonathan Pie video linked here sums up rather well the moral bankruptcy of the people who are running OUR world.

https://youtu.be/lKrLBPmRsrM
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Re: Boris Johnson: A Legend In His Own Lietime

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Cue the reinvention of the Conservative Party as the voice of the People until after the next General Election.
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Johnson seemingly has no intention of going quietly, and there are even rumours afoot that he will mount some sort of coup to remain in power. Unthinkable, you might think, in the UK.....

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr ... ng-bribery
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DownUnder wrote: Sat Jul 30, 2022 7:30 pm Johnson seemingly has no intention of going quietly, and there are even rumours afoot that he will mount some sort of coup to remain in power. Unthinkable, you might think, in the UK.....

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr ... ng-bribery
I'm not sure even Johnson would have the gall to attempt that, but you can never be sure with the Tori£$. But here's a whacky theory of my own: Tory leadership candidate Rishi Sunak is actually Tony Blair in disguise. Just watch an interview with him to understand. :D
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