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Boris - The Prime Minister

First thoughts on PMBoris, will he make a difference?


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HCL

Old-Salt
Er, no. A statement answered with a statement. Questions usually have a question mark at the end. Do try harder :)

I thought you were being rhetorical, which mean it still needs a ?.

That you're being grammatick mach frei about it, narrows the choices down a little more.

You'll slip up soon enough for the green slimers to nail you.
 
Due to the fukwit general public who cannot or will not follow some simple rules and advice.
Not just the UK mate, Marseilles has just kicked the arrse out of it and is now on severe ROPs.
No bars, restaurants or gyms (as if a certain demographic ever would go there) open at all from Saturday onwards for the next two weeks, renewable.
The RSM has spoken and it isn't just the Banana Bar placed out of bounds.
Paris would be a gnats away from it too if it wasn't for tourism, but they still have to shut at 10pm.
Yeah, it's all down to Boris in the UK and not d1ckheads all over the place.

 

Truxx

LE
Whoever contemplates bigging up a minister (and cabinet member) and giving them a personal thumbs up whilst bleating that the PM (and chairman of the cabinet) is somehow failing?
 
Mark my words (if you can be arrsed) I foresee Boris stepping down (pushed not walked) and the man of the moment, Rishi Sunak, taking the big chair. Something needs to be done to get this great country back on track.
 
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Due to the fukwit general public who cannot or will not follow some simple rules and advice.
The public aren't stupid. People have been repeating that for four years. Were they wrong?
 
Wordsmith - WTF has happened to you ?

Nope - I note medical opinion is divided on this as well. With much criticism coming from extremely well qualified medical professionals - including assorted Oxbridge professors who specialise in the subject.

There are NO specialists in Covid - 19.

It is about a year old and appears to continually mutate.

Yes, medical opinion is divided, because there are NO specialists.

This is the problem when words like '' Experts '' and '' Specialists '' get thrown about like rice at a Chinese wedding.

KISS it

A fluid situation requires a fluid response.
 
Mark my words (if you can be arrsed) I foresee Boris stepping down (pushed not walked) and the man of the moment, Rishi Sunak, taking the big chair. Something needs to be done to get this great country back on track.

I said months back that Boris would be gone by Christmas, but said 'ill health' would be the reason. I still think he'll be gone but now think he'll be pushed out.
 

Brotherton Lad

LE
Kit Reviewer
Wordsmith - WTF has happened to you ?



There are NO specialists in Covid - 19.

It is about a year old and appears to continually mutate.

Yes, medical opinion is divided, because there are NO specialists.

This is the problem when words like '' Experts '' and '' Specialists '' get thrown about like rice at a Chinese wedding.

KISS it

A fluid situation requires a fluid response.

Wordsmith has realised he backed the wrong horse and is making his excuses and withdrawing.

What a waste of shoe leather.
 

Wee Hawken

Clanker
I thought you were being rhetorical, which mean it still needs a ?.

That you're being grammatick mach frei about it, narrows the choices down a little more.

You'll slip up soon enough for the green slimers to nail you.
Nice try but you're chasing shadows I'm afraid. No sock here.
 

Themanwho

LE
Book Reviewer
The Independent has thrown its weight into the ring with a world beating piece of journalistic mental and moral gymnastics...

How can this government criticise Labour’s ‘illegal wars’ when it’s breaking international law itself? | John Rentoul (behind a paywall)

Apparently, Boris Johnson's a hypocrite because the Defence Secretary lost his temper and told a former Blairite some home truths:

Ben Wallace, the defence secretary, caused a flutter in parliament yesterday when he rounded on John Healey, his mild-mannered Labour shadow, for “your illegal wars”. Healey had accused him of trying to make it harder to prosecute British troops over torture allegations, contrary to Britain’s obligations under international law.
Wallace hit back by saying that “much of the mess we are having to come and clean up today” was caused by “illegal wars” under the Labour government. Healey, who was a junior Treasury minister in Tony Blair’s government at the time of the Iraq war, responded: “That is not worthy of the office of the secretary of state for defence.”


So the Cindy thinks that there is moral equivalence between actually invading Iraq, and potentially disregarding part of a treaty where it is implicitly stated that where bad faith is shown by then it can be disregarded. Never mind that British soldiers have been hounded for years over trumped up allegations, as soon as the Cindy hears Saint Tony being maligned, it roars out of its hutch spitting fire and lettuce.

Okay, it's only the Independent, and its online paywalled circulation is rather less than General Melchett's Top Secret list*, but still this article should be applauded for its effort to twist and distort morality and reality into a textbook piece of whataboutery.

Kudos.




*"You and me obviously Darling..." etc
 

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