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Re: Borris Johnson : Mon Sep 05, 2022 1:11 pm  
DNFTT people.
Re: Borris Johnson : Mon Sep 05, 2022 3:43 pm  
The Ghost of '99 wrote:
DNFTT people.


spoil sport !
Re: Borris Johnson : Tue Sep 06, 2022 4:12 pm  
Craig_David wrote:
Are greatest priminister since Winston Churchill forced out by a remoaner plot of establishment elites is coming to the end of his rain. Tributes here to this great man thank you borris for

1 getting Brexit done despite the remoaners fighting hard to deny democracy

2 beating the covid and the vaccines

3 always saying it how it is and not giving in to the woke leftists

4 being a man of the peoples

5 giving us a laugh when he could

We will miss you borris you did your best for are country


1, Name me something beneficial now Brexit is now complete. How are we better off than before.

2, Covid is not beat, 4 jabs and can still catch it.

3, The baffoon cannot string a coherant sentence together without the usual Boris waffle.

4, A man for the rich and powerful, not the people.

5, The whole world laughed at him.

Miss him? delusional.
Re: Borris Johnson : Thu Sep 08, 2022 8:00 pm  
Good to see him write a massive tribute to our majesty. Shame he didn’t apologise for making her sit by herself at her husbands funeral whilst he and all his mates mixed together getting smashed.

Whatever unfortunate events that may happen to him will be fully deserved
Re: Borris Johnson : Fri Sep 09, 2022 7:26 am  
Johnson's piece about the Queen was top notch - herein lies his true talent - a superb writer.

The worst PM we have had in my lifetime.
Re: Borris Johnson : Fri Sep 09, 2022 8:12 am  
Sal Paradise wrote:
herein lies his true talent - a superb writer.


And yet his speeches were usually dreadful.
Re: Borris Johnson : Fri Sep 09, 2022 8:27 am  
Egg Chasing wrote:
And yet his speeches were usually dreadful.


He is a terrible communicator - and often his speeches contain stuff that go way above people heads - his ref. to Cincinnatus being one
Re: Borris Johnson : Fri Sep 09, 2022 9:57 am  
Sal Paradise wrote:
He is a terrible communicator - and often his speeches contain stuff that go way above people heads - his ref. to Cincinnatus being one

Must admit the cincinnatus reference went over my head. Sadly he was never mentioned at my school or subsequent technical college. Google is my friend, seems like good old cincinnatus is an allround good bloke. As for Johnson one of my favourite authors and historian Max Hastings raised the red flag about Johnson becoming prime minister. He rightly forecast he would be a disaster.
Re: Borris Johnson : Fri Sep 09, 2022 10:37 am  
Let's bear in mind when lauding this from Johnson that as Prime Minister he will have had that speech worked up and finely polished and re polished pretty much from the moment he walked into No 10 by the best speechwriters the government or Tory party has.

He's probably gutted he never got the chance to use it in his former capacity with the glorious trappings of office elevating it.
Re: Borris Johnson : Fri Sep 09, 2022 10:54 am  
The Ghost of '99 wrote:
Let's bear in mind when lauding this from Johnson that as Prime Minister he will have had that speech worked up and finely polished and re polished pretty much from the moment he walked into No 10 by the best speechwriters the government or Tory party has.

He's probably gutted he never got the chance to use it in his former capacity with the glorious trappings of office elevating it.

Probably so, just remember the Blair lady Diana debacle. I believe he was the one that christened her the peoples princess (vomit).
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