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A thread to catalogue the eloquence, dignity, diplomacy and wisdom of Boris Johnson II

Discussion in 'off topic' started by TheDecameron, Oct 22, 2021.

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  1. TheDecameron

    TheDecameron Unicorns fart glitter.

  2. Seeker_UK

    Seeker_UK Is this all there is?

    Do they sell that in the Trafalgar Square Tesco Express?
  3. Cheese

    Cheese Bitter lover

    The sofa as such is rather classy - but together with this lamp, painting and wall it looks like the pic has been taken in Pablo Escobar’s Hacienda.
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  4. gintonic

    gintonic 50 shades of grey pussy cats

    “Big Dog” is how he refers to himself when he is with Carrie Simmons, on all fours ready in a state of tumescence to make more children…
  5. TheDecameron

    TheDecameron Unicorns fart glitter.

    It looks like Johnson will (as ever) brazen it out with semantics and deflections and a list of executions as lengthy as it takes. Johnson’s advisers will tell them “we need you to resign but we also need you to emote for the cameras, like Allegra. We’ll be organising run- throughs and a prize for the best performance”.
  6. Tony Lockhart

    Tony Lockhart Avoiding Stress, at Every Opportunity

    This video is spotty dog

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  7. Colin L

    Colin L High-tech low-life

  8. TheDecameron

    TheDecameron Unicorns fart glitter.

    When you read this bit, it makes the Met’s refusal to investigate until Ms.Gray has reported, all the more farcical:

    “The Sue Gray investigation – the terms of reference are here – is a curious thing.
    It is, ultimately, an internal investigation by one civil servant, who reports to ministers, of other civil servants and various advisors and third parties.

    It is not a quasi-judicial process and it has no independent standing.
    Yet: it has been accorded substantial political force, and it is being used by ministers and others as an excuse not to be properly accountable to parliament”.

    It won’t shift public opinion that Johnson is dishonest and living by a different set of rules to the rest of us.
  9. Nick_G

    Nick_G pfm Member

    Big dogs dump big s***s, which is a problem when they aren't toilet trained...
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  10. Minio

    Minio Not flakey and never soggy ...

    I do hope they get on with this.
    I wouldn't want Putin to invade the Ukraine or Xi Jinping to sink our battle ship before its all settled.
  11. SteveS1

    SteveS1 I heard that, pardon?

    Just seen a certain Mrs T May and hubby out shopping. You would have thought she would need surgery to remove a grin - but not so, still looking a humour free zone.
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  12. Colin L

    Colin L High-tech low-life

    Give her a kick in the nuts for me
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  13. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    This government term has removed any doubt I once had that the police is a highly political force. The fact they have refused to investigate simply massive levels of Tory corruption, refused to investigate obvious rule-breaking during covid 19, refused to investigate royal pedophilia etc whilst metering out real violence to peaceful protests etc leaves little doubt.

    I have never had any respect for the Tory establishment. It stands firmly against democracy and accountability as it has for centuries, but I always thought our law and order had a basis in fairness. I now view the Met as a corrupt entity. A violent wing of the Tory Party. I fully support Good Law Project and hope they sue the living shit out of them. Cressida Dick is a monster, absolutely unfit for the role she occupies. This has been obvious since the murder of Jean Charles DeMenezes and if anything the spiral has been downwards ever since. Given the obvious post-Brexit trajectory into right-wing authoritarianism and erosion of basic human rights and civil liberties I genuinely fear for the future.
  14. puddlesplasher

    puddlesplasher pfm Member

    Surely if they had to sneak to alcohol into Downing Street in a suitcase then they must have know they were doing something wrong. I would also be interested if the booze was paid by the taxman. Was it claimed as expenses.
  15. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    If we know just one thing about the UK Conservative Party it is that it never pays its own bills. I’d be astonished if this whole thing hasn’t been underwritten by the tax payer, as will be the very real cost of their ongoing defence of the indefensible. We’ve seen it countless times before e.g. the multimillionaire IDS ringing-up £40 breakfasts etc whilst driving disabled people on benefits to suicide due to poverty.
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  16. TheDecameron

    TheDecameron Unicorns fart glitter.

    One thing’s certain- Johnson didn’t pay for it. He’s a kept man. Other people pay.
    His office is leaking like a sieve with credible details of the tactics he will use to shift blame away from himself and onto members of his staff. The arrival of Ozzy con artist ‘Sir’ Lynton Crosby to take charge of the scam should be a warning to employees at No.10. If the dirty racist campaign he organised against Saddiq Khan in the London Mayoral election demonstrates anything it’s that he’ll be prepared to knife any number of them in the back and throw the bodies off the battlements to protect Johnson.
    Last edited: Jan 15, 2022
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  17. billo

    billo pfm Member

    Will BJ, like all good dictators, be checking the time tables of busses so that there is a steady stream of them for Civil Servants to go under?
  18. matt j

    matt j pfm Member

    Nothing to see here, looks like a typical work meeting to me

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  19. The Far North

    The Far North pfm Member

    The Observer editorial isn't holding back on either Boris or the Tories.
  20. MUTTY1

    MUTTY1 Waste of bandwidth

    Nothing like a good war to get you off the hook! Thatcher position was quite precarious until the Falklands saved her. I still wonder about the Belgrano’s sinking on her direct order…
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