Our new Prime Minister deserves a kipper for his Breakfast


BorisIts fascinating how a man who is so heavily predicted to be our next Prime Minister is willing to stand up in front of his party members in the days before the results are declared and admit how he has lied about the EU for decades. What is even more surprising is how despite this they still plan to crown him as leader of their party. Throughout his career as a journalist he consistently lied about rules that the EU had supposedly created to frustrate our nation and bit by bit as he and others did the same, many people in our nation grew frustrated at the dominance of a set of rules that simply did not exist in the way in which he presented them. At the end of his Prime Minister campaign, yesterday, Boris chose to stand up and claim that a rule which someone from outside of the UK had got angry about had been presented to him as he walked onto the stage by a newspaper editor. What a fantastic metaphor for him to end his run into No 10 with. His claim about a rule that doesn’t actually exist as he expressed it and which in any case that his Government has set, apparently angers a business owner in the Isle of Man which is not part of the EU or even the UK. Even more shocking that Boris claims he was handed the fishes by a representative of an industry that has given him a platform and which has paid him an annual salary which would be a fortune by most peoples standards and that has allowed him to to tell lie after lie after lie after lie. His personal anger about the EU appears to have been because as a child he was forced to live in Brussels whilst his Father was a well paid and unelected EU bureaucrat who due to Stanley’s personal behaviour had led to the illness of Boris’s Mother and the collapse of their family. To take all this resentment and turn it into two fingers directed towards the nation as a whole shows why Boris is not suited to lead us, but his political colleagues have made sure he will!

About ianchisnall

I am passionate about the need for public policies to be made accessible to everyone, especially those who want to improve the wellbeing of their communities. I am particularly interested in issues related to crime and policing as well as health services and strategic planning.
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