Monthly Archives: August 2019

What will he do next?

Screen Shot 2019-08-30 at 13.49.02To suggest that Boris Johnson is mad is not unusual. But his behaviour lately seems to indicate that he is, at best, delusional.

The way he carries on is typical of his class: behave as if the rest of the world doesn’t exist. He seems to think that he and his ilk always know best and that the rest of us can go hang. At least Mrs May lived her life in politics by tradition and did things according to the book. Not Boris. No way.

Now he is suggesting that Parliament should be suspended, and all the while grinning as if anyone who speaks to him – journalist, politician or anyone else – is an idiot who doesn’t know bombast from bananas.

Personally, I think he’s full of the former and may just be a living example of the latter.

Gawd knows what he’ll do next.

He could countenance bombing Washington, DC, for all I know!

I can only hope he doesn’t, and that he stops short of some other madness born of his misplaced notion that he was born to rule.

Looks even worse …

With Boris Johnson at the helm of the good ship Britannia, things look even worse than they did the last time I blogged.

I saw him at a cabinet meeting on tv and he was behaving almost like a fairground barker: all finger-pointing and table-thumping.

We can’t go on being governed by a man like this, surely. He doesn’t even look like a Prime Minister. Instead, he sort of smiles all the time, as though he thinks the person – or people – he’s talking to are morons and he – Boris – will sort it all out and we have to do is be more gung-ho.

Fat chance, when so many people are feeling less than gung-ho.