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BoJo the clown 10:14 - Oct 13 with 6729 viewssaint22

he really is getting more useless and pathetic by the day
how on earth is he the supposed 'leader' of this country?
clueless isn't the half of it
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BoJo the clown on 10:44 - Oct 13 with 1708 viewsJaySaint

awesome
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BoJo the clown on 11:28 - Oct 13 with 1681 viewsdirk_doone

I find him difficult to dislike. He is a charming buffoon and his personality obviously appeals to voters. He is only doing and saying what Dominic Cummings instructs him to and he knows that worked very well for him in both the referendum and the general election. He is always a bit lost and ums and errs when he's asked surprise questions and has to deviate from the script. I think that's why Cummings has recruited a new government spokesperson to deal with questions from the press.

The buck stops with Cummings.
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BoJo the clown on 11:58 - Oct 13 with 1651 viewsSadoldgit

Having said that he is listening to the science, according to SAGE, he is now ignoring the science and has ignored their advice from back in September. He was ok as mayor of London where he could shag around all day and do little damage to the country, but now he is PM at a crucial time in this country’s history he and Cummings are free to do untold damage. How anyone can take this bumbling buffoon seriously is beyond me but when you see the likes of Gove waiting in the wings to take over, things don’t look much better in the long run.

His chaotic personal life doesn’t get any better either. There are rumours flying around that baby Wilf is Zac Goldsmiths, that Johnson is having at least one affair and that he and Carrie are on the verge of splitting up.

Happy days.
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BoJo the clown on 12:24 - Oct 13 with 1639 viewsJaySaint

BoJo the clown on 11:58 - Oct 13 by Sadoldgit

Having said that he is listening to the science, according to SAGE, he is now ignoring the science and has ignored their advice from back in September. He was ok as mayor of London where he could shag around all day and do little damage to the country, but now he is PM at a crucial time in this country’s history he and Cummings are free to do untold damage. How anyone can take this bumbling buffoon seriously is beyond me but when you see the likes of Gove waiting in the wings to take over, things don’t look much better in the long run.

His chaotic personal life doesn’t get any better either. There are rumours flying around that baby Wilf is Zac Goldsmiths, that Johnson is having at least one affair and that he and Carrie are on the verge of splitting up.

Happy days.


its weird, the WHO have now said Lockdowns are more damaging.

what do they know, eh?

as for everything else. wishful thinking.
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BoJo the clown on 12:38 - Oct 13 with 1618 viewskingslandstand1

BoJo the clown on 11:58 - Oct 13 by Sadoldgit

Having said that he is listening to the science, according to SAGE, he is now ignoring the science and has ignored their advice from back in September. He was ok as mayor of London where he could shag around all day and do little damage to the country, but now he is PM at a crucial time in this country’s history he and Cummings are free to do untold damage. How anyone can take this bumbling buffoon seriously is beyond me but when you see the likes of Gove waiting in the wings to take over, things don’t look much better in the long run.

His chaotic personal life doesn’t get any better either. There are rumours flying around that baby Wilf is Zac Goldsmiths, that Johnson is having at least one affair and that he and Carrie are on the verge of splitting up.

Happy days.


Sounds a pretty good life to me

And I'll bet his pension will be a damn sight more than mine!!
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BoJo the clown on 12:45 - Oct 13 with 1605 viewskingslandstand1

BoJo the clown on 11:28 - Oct 13 by dirk_doone

I find him difficult to dislike. He is a charming buffoon and his personality obviously appeals to voters. He is only doing and saying what Dominic Cummings instructs him to and he knows that worked very well for him in both the referendum and the general election. He is always a bit lost and ums and errs when he's asked surprise questions and has to deviate from the script. I think that's why Cummings has recruited a new government spokesperson to deal with questions from the press.

The buck stops with Cummings.
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Dirk, you're not supposed to reply to a let's have another go at Boris with a sensible, reasoned view, you should know that by now

My sit on the fence view is that it's all very well having a dig at the poor bloke whenever the opportunity arises, but I actually wonder what Corbyn would have done if, God forbid, he got in. Although Sir Kier comes across as sort of sensible and trustworthy, he doesn't actually come up with any solutions or options other than criticise anything that's said or done after the event as does everybody else in the anti Boris brigade

Happy Christmas everyone!

Oh, I do not agree with the 10pm shutting of pubs btw if that wins me any Brownie points. If everyone acted sensibly and realised how bad this virus was we would not be in this sh1t position we are now
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BoJo the clown on 12:54 - Oct 13 with 1596 viewsdirk_doone

BoJo the clown on 12:38 - Oct 13 by kingslandstand1

Sounds a pretty good life to me

And I'll bet his pension will be a damn sight more than mine!!


The personal lives of both Boris and Trump are obviously much admired by the voters. They have both shown they are 'real men' who can put it about a bit.

In many ways the leaders we choose reflect the aspirations of the average man in the street.
When I lived in Saudi Arabia, the fact that King Abdulaziz, the founder of the House of Saud, had fathered more than a hundred children was considered a sign of his greatness.

If more people had known about his private life, Wilt Chamberlain would surely have been a shoe-in for president. How did he ever find time to play basketball?

"In his 1991 book A View from Above, the NBA Hall of Famer claimed to have slept with 20,000 different women over the course of his life. "Yes, that's correct, 20,000 different ladies," he wrote. "At my age, that equals out to having sex with 1.2 women a day, every day since I was 15 years old." Years later, filmmaker Quentin Tarantino admitted his own mother was one of them."
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BoJo the clown on 13:02 - Oct 13 with 1578 viewsSadoldgit

BoJo the clown on 12:24 - Oct 13 by JaySaint

its weird, the WHO have now said Lockdowns are more damaging.

what do they know, eh?

as for everything else. wishful thinking.
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So why is the government locking down Liverpool?
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BoJo the clown on 13:42 - Oct 13 with 1533 viewsJaySaint

BoJo the clown on 13:02 - Oct 13 by Sadoldgit

So why is the government locking down Liverpool?


because they are paralysed with this course of action.
Look at the media briefing yesterday evening. Not one question about whether this is the right course of action, all about not locking down enough and why are we not giving more money to the north.

He has the impossible job. Locking down bits at a time, whilst not absolutely destroying the economy, which will kill even more people

as said, even the WHO are now saying 'lockdown' is worse.
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BoJo the clown on 14:01 - Oct 13 with 1509 viewsdirk_doone

BoJo the clown on 13:42 - Oct 13 by JaySaint

because they are paralysed with this course of action.
Look at the media briefing yesterday evening. Not one question about whether this is the right course of action, all about not locking down enough and why are we not giving more money to the north.

He has the impossible job. Locking down bits at a time, whilst not absolutely destroying the economy, which will kill even more people

as said, even the WHO are now saying 'lockdown' is worse.


I think you're right, Jay: you're damned if you do and you're damned if you don't. Even the governments which appeared at the time to be the most sensible ones, for taking stringent lockdown measures as early as possible, are now seeing coronavirus cases spiralling out of control in their countries. I'm not sure that any of us could have done any better.

Only remote, sparsely populated islands seem to have come out of this relatively unscathed and it will probably catch up with them eventually.

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BoJo the clown on 14:04 - Oct 13 with 1499 viewsSadoldgit

BoJo the clown on 13:42 - Oct 13 by JaySaint

because they are paralysed with this course of action.
Look at the media briefing yesterday evening. Not one question about whether this is the right course of action, all about not locking down enough and why are we not giving more money to the north.

He has the impossible job. Locking down bits at a time, whilst not absolutely destroying the economy, which will kill even more people

as said, even the WHO are now saying 'lockdown' is worse.


I heard questions asking about the use of lockdown. Given that we have been told that this virus could kill north of 2 million people in this country alone, clearly stringent methods need to be used to combat it. As you quoted the WHO, they have been saying for some time now that track and trace methods need to be used, yet some 7 months in we still don’t have an effective system up and running despite being told months ago that ours was world beating.
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BoJo the clown on 14:09 - Oct 13 with 1496 viewsJaySaint

BoJo the clown on 14:04 - Oct 13 by Sadoldgit

I heard questions asking about the use of lockdown. Given that we have been told that this virus could kill north of 2 million people in this country alone, clearly stringent methods need to be used to combat it. As you quoted the WHO, they have been saying for some time now that track and trace methods need to be used, yet some 7 months in we still don’t have an effective system up and running despite being told months ago that ours was world beating.


No questions on whether lockdown (or the severity of it) is the right course of action. Or even reference to the WHO's statement that lockdown is actually worse.

I agree, track and trace needs to be better.

As the people keep telling us, we are at the tipping point of this at the mo (apparently)...

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BoJo the clown on 14:33 - Oct 13 with 1475 viewsdwayne_dibley

BoJo the clown on 13:02 - Oct 13 by Sadoldgit

So why is the government locking down Liverpool?


to be nice to the rest of humanity, past, present and ... (sorry no future in sight)
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BoJo the clown on 14:38 - Oct 13 with 1468 viewsSadoldgit

BoJo the clown on 12:45 - Oct 13 by kingslandstand1

Dirk, you're not supposed to reply to a let's have another go at Boris with a sensible, reasoned view, you should know that by now

My sit on the fence view is that it's all very well having a dig at the poor bloke whenever the opportunity arises, but I actually wonder what Corbyn would have done if, God forbid, he got in. Although Sir Kier comes across as sort of sensible and trustworthy, he doesn't actually come up with any solutions or options other than criticise anything that's said or done after the event as does everybody else in the anti Boris brigade

Happy Christmas everyone!

Oh, I do not agree with the 10pm shutting of pubs btw if that wins me any Brownie points. If everyone acted sensibly and realised how bad this virus was we would not be in this sh1t position we are now


Of course, we shall never know how a Labour government under Corbyn would have handled this crisis and it is easy to say that they would not have done any better. However given that socialists generally put the welfare of people before making money and Labour seem to have more faith in the NHS and local health organisations (rather than handing out plump contracts to their mates companies with zero experience) it could well be safe to assume that we would generally have been better off in terms of health care and the handling of the pandemic both locally and nationally.
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BoJo the clown on 15:12 - Oct 13 with 1440 viewsJaySaint

BoJo the clown on 14:38 - Oct 13 by Sadoldgit

Of course, we shall never know how a Labour government under Corbyn would have handled this crisis and it is easy to say that they would not have done any better. However given that socialists generally put the welfare of people before making money and Labour seem to have more faith in the NHS and local health organisations (rather than handing out plump contracts to their mates companies with zero experience) it could well be safe to assume that we would generally have been better off in terms of health care and the handling of the pandemic both locally and nationally.


you believe 'better' is lockdown harder, for longer and pay people more for doing so.

nil thought to the consequences of that course of action. Like the WHO now acknowledge
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BoJo the clown on 15:15 - Oct 13 with 1434 viewsSadoldgit

BoJo the clown on 15:12 - Oct 13 by JaySaint

you believe 'better' is lockdown harder, for longer and pay people more for doing so.

nil thought to the consequences of that course of action. Like the WHO now acknowledge


As someone pointed out the other day, dead people don’t need jobs and dead people don’t pay tax. This is all about saving lives which surely is the priority?
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BoJo the clown on 15:20 - Oct 13 with 1427 viewskingslandstand1

BoJo the clown on 14:38 - Oct 13 by Sadoldgit

Of course, we shall never know how a Labour government under Corbyn would have handled this crisis and it is easy to say that they would not have done any better. However given that socialists generally put the welfare of people before making money and Labour seem to have more faith in the NHS and local health organisations (rather than handing out plump contracts to their mates companies with zero experience) it could well be safe to assume that we would generally have been better off in terms of health care and the handling of the pandemic both locally and nationally.


I agree re what you have said about jobs for the boys etc, and the post was slightly tongue in cheek (I don't do heavy politics on here!), but realistically nobody knows what would have happened either way and we are all, inc politicians, going around quite blind as this is all a first for everybody world wide, so no precedent

My gripe is the political point scoring coming across rather than all party banging of heads together to actually agree the best way forward
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BoJo the clown on 15:31 - Oct 13 with 1418 viewsJaySaint

BoJo the clown on 15:15 - Oct 13 by Sadoldgit

As someone pointed out the other day, dead people don’t need jobs and dead people don’t pay tax. This is all about saving lives which surely is the priority?


but the consequences of full lockdowns will kill even more people. That is not my opinion.
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BoJo the clown on 15:37 - Oct 13 with 1411 viewsSalisburySaint

BoJo the clown on 15:20 - Oct 13 by kingslandstand1

I agree re what you have said about jobs for the boys etc, and the post was slightly tongue in cheek (I don't do heavy politics on here!), but realistically nobody knows what would have happened either way and we are all, inc politicians, going around quite blind as this is all a first for everybody world wide, so no precedent

My gripe is the political point scoring coming across rather than all party banging of heads together to actually agree the best way forward


Other parties have been keen to work together with this government from the start of this crisis, but all requests to help and assist have been rejected.

In most aspects they’ve been supported busy other parties

But as a result of not engaging with other parties they’ve left themselves open to the criticism they are now receiving.
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BoJo the clown on 15:52 - Oct 13 with 1392 viewsSadoldgit

BoJo the clown on 15:31 - Oct 13 by JaySaint

but the consequences of full lockdowns will kill even more people. That is not my opinion.


You seriously believe that more than 2 million people will die if there is another lockdown for reasons other than Covid?

You seem stuck on this whole lockdown thing. You do realise if they had sorted a proper and comprehensive track and trace system by now a lockdown would not be necessary?
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BoJo the clown on 15:58 - Oct 13 with 1380 viewsJaySaint

BoJo the clown on 15:52 - Oct 13 by Sadoldgit

You seriously believe that more than 2 million people will die if there is another lockdown for reasons other than Covid?

You seem stuck on this whole lockdown thing. You do realise if they had sorted a proper and comprehensive track and trace system by now a lockdown would not be necessary?


I dont just believe it, the World Health Organisation do.
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BoJo the clown on 16:26 - Oct 13 with 1357 viewsSteveMoron

143 deaths to add to the list today. We're in for a tough winter sadly.
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BoJo the clown on 16:28 - Oct 13 with 1344 viewsRon11

BoJo the clown on 11:58 - Oct 13 by Sadoldgit

Having said that he is listening to the science, according to SAGE, he is now ignoring the science and has ignored their advice from back in September. He was ok as mayor of London where he could shag around all day and do little damage to the country, but now he is PM at a crucial time in this country’s history he and Cummings are free to do untold damage. How anyone can take this bumbling buffoon seriously is beyond me but when you see the likes of Gove waiting in the wings to take over, things don’t look much better in the long run.

His chaotic personal life doesn’t get any better either. There are rumours flying around that baby Wilf is Zac Goldsmiths, that Johnson is having at least one affair and that he and Carrie are on the verge of splitting up.

Happy days.


A normal left wing summary then.
Full of spite and hate.
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BoJo the clown on 16:47 - Oct 13 with 1344 viewscocklebreath

BoJo the clown on 15:15 - Oct 13 by Sadoldgit

As someone pointed out the other day, dead people don’t need jobs and dead people don’t pay tax. This is all about saving lives which surely is the priority?


Less people are dying soggy, it’s a bad cold which kills frail people.

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BoJo the clown on 17:43 - Oct 13 with 1308 viewsdwayne_dibley

BoJo the clown on 15:15 - Oct 13 by Sadoldgit

As someone pointed out the other day, dead people don’t need jobs and dead people don’t pay tax. This is all about saving lives which surely is the priority?


dead people do not need the NHS, they do not need social care and they free up housing for immigrants
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