Boris the brilliant!

Re: Boris the brilliant!

Postby LordRaven » Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:04 am

McAz wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:
Cactus Jack wrote:Has Rocksforbrains hijacked your account?

Not at all Boris was brilliant and it will resonate with the public.
Jeremy was old and out of his depth.
Boris was exciting Jeremy wasn't.
The fact Boris was full of shit and Jeremy wasn't has nothing to do with the way the show went.
It was pure theatre.
If Simon Cowell had been judging Boris would have won plain and simple.
The bad news is this stuff resonates with the public.
Boris lit the place up he was the star of the show with no one else coming near.
The public at large will fall for it .... plain and simple.


A fair analysis. Corbyn should now make way for a more dynamic leader to finish the job.

The socialist narrative will need to be resumed later.

I doubt that either of these will happen.

Kier Starmer :thumbsup:
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Re: Boris the brilliant!

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:12 am

LordRaven wrote:
McAz wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:
Cactus Jack wrote:Has Rocksforbrains hijacked your account?

Not at all Boris was brilliant and it will resonate with the public.
Jeremy was old and out of his depth.
Boris was exciting Jeremy wasn't.
The fact Boris was full of shit and Jeremy wasn't has nothing to do with the way the show went.
It was pure theatre.
If Simon Cowell had been judging Boris would have won plain and simple.
The bad news is this stuff resonates with the public.
Boris lit the place up he was the star of the show with no one else coming near.
The public at large will fall for it .... plain and simple.


A fair analysis. Corbyn should now make way for a more dynamic leader to finish the job.

The socialist narrative will need to be resumed later.

I doubt that either of these will happen.

Kier Starmer :thumbsup:

Him and the woman whose name escapes me would probably draw back the lost.
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Re: Boris the brilliant!

Postby MungoBrush » Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:26 am

LordRaven wrote:
McAz wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:
Cactus Jack wrote:Has Rocksforbrains hijacked your account?

Not at all Boris was brilliant and it will resonate with the public.
Jeremy was old and out of his depth.
Boris was exciting Jeremy wasn't.
The fact Boris was full of shit and Jeremy wasn't has nothing to do with the way the show went.
It was pure theatre.
If Simon Cowell had been judging Boris would have won plain and simple.
The bad news is this stuff resonates with the public.
Boris lit the place up he was the star of the show with no one else coming near.
The public at large will fall for it .... plain and simple.


A fair analysis. Corbyn should now make way for a more dynamic leader to finish the job.

The socialist narrative will need to be resumed later.

I doubt that either of these will happen.

Kier Starmer :thumbsup:


Good choice
Highly qualified
Excellent track record
And a Blairite
Maybe he could bring some sanity and responsibility back to the Labour Party.
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Re: Boris the brilliant!

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:32 am

MungoBrush wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
McAz wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:
Cactus Jack wrote:Has Rocksforbrains hijacked your account?

Not at all Boris was brilliant and it will resonate with the public.
Jeremy was old and out of his depth.
Boris was exciting Jeremy wasn't.
The fact Boris was full of shit and Jeremy wasn't has nothing to do with the way the show went.
It was pure theatre.
If Simon Cowell had been judging Boris would have won plain and simple.
The bad news is this stuff resonates with the public.
Boris lit the place up he was the star of the show with no one else coming near.
The public at large will fall for it .... plain and simple.


A fair analysis. Corbyn should now make way for a more dynamic leader to finish the job.

The socialist narrative will need to be resumed later.

I doubt that either of these will happen.

Kier Starmer :thumbsup:


Good choice
Highly qualified
Excellent track record
And a Blairite
Maybe he could bring some sanity and responsibility back to the Labour Party.

Oh I didn't realise he was a Blairite forget that.
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Re: Boris the brilliant!

Postby MungoBrush » Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:39 am

Rolluplostinspace wrote:
MungoBrush wrote:Good choice
Highly qualified
Excellent track record
And a Blairite
Maybe he could bring some sanity and responsibility back to the Labour Party.

Oh I didn't realise he was a Blairite forget that.


So you'd rather see the hard left Labour Party consigned to the political wilderness for decades rather than a centre-left Labour government?
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Re: Boris the brilliant!

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:41 am

MungoBrush wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:
MungoBrush wrote:Good choice
Highly qualified
Excellent track record
And a Blairite
Maybe he could bring some sanity and responsibility back to the Labour Party.

Oh I didn't realise he was a Blairite forget that.


So you'd rather see the hard left Labour Party consigned to the political wilderness for decades rather than a centre-left Labour government?

Blairites are not centre left ... they lie about that though.
They are centrists and I have no problems with Corbyn's policies just that he's beginning to remind me of Miliband when he tripped coming off stage.
With Corbyn I keep hearing weakness in his voice not weakness in his policies.
He's to old he's dodering.
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Re: Boris the brilliant!

Postby MungoBrush » Wed Sep 11, 2019 11:49 am

Rolluplostinspace wrote:I have no problems with Corbyn's policies


Fine
But he'll never get to be PM because millions do have problems with this version of the Labour Party.
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Re: Boris the brilliant!

Postby McAz » Wed Sep 11, 2019 11:52 am

MungoBrush wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:I have no problems with Corbyn's policies


Fine
But he'll never get to be PM because millions do have problems with this version of the Labour Party.

The millions don't understand what this version of the Labour Party stands for anymore than they understood whatever the previous version was.

They believe what they are told to believe by the gutter media.
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Re: Boris the brilliant!

Postby McAz » Wed Sep 11, 2019 12:24 pm

Boris Johnson has asked officials to look at plans to build a bridge between Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The DUP, the Northern Irish party which supports Johnson's minority government, believes the plan could help solve the Brexit crisis by removing the need for a sea border between the two parts of the UK.


(Business insider via MSN)


Build a bridge by 31 October? :pmsl:
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Re: Boris the brilliant!

Postby Cannydc » Wed Sep 11, 2019 1:46 pm

McAz wrote:Boris Johnson has asked officials to look at plans to build a bridge between Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The DUP, the Northern Irish party which supports Johnson's minority government, believes the plan could help solve the Brexit crisis by removing the need for a sea border between the two parts of the UK.


(Business insider via MSN)


Build a bridge by 31 October? :pmsl:


It could be a very pretty Garden Bridge, with monuments to Blundering Bojo at each end - Water Cannons, perhaps.
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Re: Boris the brilliant!

Postby Grafenwalder » Wed Sep 11, 2019 2:23 pm

McAz wrote:Boris Johnson has asked officials to look at plans to build a bridge between Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The DUP, the Northern Irish party which supports Johnson's minority government, believes the plan could help solve the Brexit crisis by removing the need for a sea border between the two parts of the UK.


(Business insider via MSN)


Build a bridge by 31 October? :pmsl:

Yeah that's going to work with a country being pushed ever closer to independence from Little England. He's a total dickhead. :off head:
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Re: Boris the brilliant!

Postby McAz » Wed Sep 11, 2019 2:26 pm

Grafenwalder wrote:
McAz wrote:Boris Johnson has asked officials to look at plans to build a bridge between Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The DUP, the Northern Irish party which supports Johnson's minority government, believes the plan could help solve the Brexit crisis by removing the need for a sea border between the two parts of the UK.


(Business insider via MSN)


Build a bridge by 31 October? :pmsl:

Yeah that's going to work with a country being pushed ever closer to independence from Little England. He's a total dickhead. :off head:

I was in Stranraer (Drummore) last week as it happens - saw no sign of construction. :laughing:
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Re: Boris the brilliant!

Postby Cannydc » Wed Sep 11, 2019 3:25 pm

McAz wrote:
Grafenwalder wrote:
McAz wrote:Boris Johnson has asked officials to look at plans to build a bridge between Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The DUP, the Northern Irish party which supports Johnson's minority government, believes the plan could help solve the Brexit crisis by removing the need for a sea border between the two parts of the UK.


(Business insider via MSN)


Build a bridge by 31 October? :pmsl:

Yeah that's going to work with a country being pushed ever closer to independence from Little England. He's a total dickhead. :off head:

I was in Stranraer (Drummore) last week as it happens - saw no sign of construction. :laughing:


Oh, come on.

This government has already shown that it needs to put out a leaflet to all households (cost - £100m) to explain the need for it and then spend a round £1bn to get the right people onside.

Then 3 years coming up with the plan for the bridge, another spend of several billion on planning, only to find no-one wants it.
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Re: Boris the brilliant!

Postby McAz » Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:39 pm

Cannydc wrote:
McAz wrote:
Grafenwalder wrote:
McAz wrote:Boris Johnson has asked officials to look at plans to build a bridge between Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The DUP, the Northern Irish party which supports Johnson's minority government, believes the plan could help solve the Brexit crisis by removing the need for a sea border between the two parts of the UK.


(Business insider via MSN)


Build a bridge by 31 October? :pmsl:

Yeah that's going to work with a country being pushed ever closer to independence from Little England. He's a total dickhead. :off head:

I was in Stranraer (Drummore) last week as it happens - saw no sign of construction. :laughing:


Oh, come on.

This government has already shown that it needs to put out a leaflet to all households (cost - £100m) to explain the need for it and then spend a round £1bn to get the right people onside.

Then 3 years coming up with the plan for the bridge, another spend of several billion on planning, only to find no-one wants it.


Bugger - I must have missed the leaflets they pinned to the local lampposts. :roll:
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Re: Boris the brilliant!

Postby Grafenwalder » Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:37 pm

This explains why Johnson has been so determined to push through 'no deal' and lie to the Queen about his reasons for proroguing parliament. Disaster capitalists have £8.3 billion riding on it.

https://bylinetimes.com/2019/09/11/brex ... e-backers/

https://bylinetimes.com/2019/03/13/the- ... om-brexit/

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