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View Hrolf The Ganger's Profile Hrolf The Ganger Flag 10 May 20 1.57pm Send a Private Message to Hrolf The Ganger Add Hrolf The Ganger as a friend

Originally posted by Midlands Eagle

Interesting article with many of the anti Tory Government quotes coming from "an ex Tory Minister." Could it be sour grapes from someone that Boris didn't want in his ministerial team.

I think that most of us who voted for Boris did so on the basis that he would make a good chairman of the board knowing that he wasn't really a suitable managing director whose role encompasses more of the I dotting and T crossing.


I'd have thought that anyone attempting a coup during a national crisis might just as well have a sign on their forehead saying I am a nasty self serving opportunist who does not care about anything but my career.

Of course the Left wing media will stoke it up like the desperate jackals they are.

 

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View nead1's Profile nead1 Flag 10 May 20 2.05pm Send a Private Message to nead1 Add nead1 as a friend

The unfortunate issue is that so much of it is true! There was also a similar piece in the Times by Matthew Parris yesterday. It feels like a Trump "lite" approach to Government - utter incompetence in dealing with anything half serious. A lot of people completely out of their depth - including Boris for sure. As the article said, his behaviour is exactly like the time he spent as a journalist, Mayor and as Foreign Sec. I wonder how long he will last - maybe resign on health grounds?

 

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Originally posted by Hrolf The Ganger


I'd have thought that anyone attempting a coup during a national crisis might just as well have a sign on their forehead saying I am a nasty self serving opportunist who does not care about anything but my career.

Of course the Left wing media will stoke it up like the desperate jackals they are.

According to informed sources in the media the ERG had the votes to sack Mrs May err no they didn't have anywhere near the numbers it was wishful thinking on their part and their friends in the media. I think the same goes for now. Maybe that will change but as you say anyone attempting a coup will be seen as disloyal which is unforgivable in the Tory party.

Edited by Badger11 (10 May 2020 2.15pm)

 


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View croydon proud's Profile croydon proud Flag croydon 10 May 20 3.51pm Send a Private Message to croydon proud Add croydon proud as a friend

Originally posted by nead1

The unfortunate issue is that so much of it is true! There was also a similar piece in the Times by Matthew Parris yesterday. It feels like a Trump "lite" approach to Government - utter incompetence in dealing with anything half serious. A lot of people completely out of their depth - including Boris for sure. As the article said, his behaviour is exactly like the time he spent as a journalist, Mayor and as Foreign Sec. I wonder how long he will last - maybe resign on health grounds?


Yes, i can"t see him hanging around for long. i think he realises he"s out of his depth and ism"t enjoying the role, could have a lot more fun with his mrs and kid, but i would rather bojo than that cnur raab or pritti, fcukable as she is, apart from the tree trunk elephant legs, probably a great pair of knockers though!

 

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View Hrolf The Ganger's Profile Hrolf The Ganger Flag 10 May 20 5.26pm Send a Private Message to Hrolf The Ganger Add Hrolf The Ganger as a friend

Originally posted by nead1

The unfortunate issue is that so much of it is true! There was also a similar piece in the Times by Matthew Parris yesterday. It feels like a Trump "lite" approach to Government - utter incompetence in dealing with anything half serious. A lot of people completely out of their depth - including Boris for sure. As the article said, his behaviour is exactly like the time he spent as a journalist, Mayor and as Foreign Sec. I wonder how long he will last - maybe resign on health grounds?

I'm sorry but all I'm seeing is all the Lefties and their media friends desperately trying to pin something on the government after a succession of humiliating defeats at the ballot box.
There is absolutely no justification or any sort of reasonable evidence to claim incompetence by the government or any reason to think that any other government would have done better.

It's just a lot of sour grapes political twaddle of the kind we experienced over Brexit.

 

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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag Chatham 10 May 20 5.34pm Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by croydon proud


Yes, i can"t see him hanging around for long. i think he realises he"s out of his depth and ism"t enjoying the role, could have a lot more fun with his mrs and kid, but i would rather bojo than that cnur raab or pritti, fcukable as she is, apart from the tree trunk elephant legs, probably a great pair of knockers though!

Isnt enjoying the role. I would think no leader is enjoying their role worldwide bearing in mind they're all overseeing a 100 year unknown pandemic.
Ally that with the public feeling like they know better than any learned fellow and it isnt really a hard thing to grasp why hes not looking too enamored.

 

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I have to say, its now how I see it. These are decisions taken by the UK Govt and affecting us all. For example, I see we are now planning to insist anyone flying into the UK goes into two weeks quarantine - why on earth was that not done in February when this situation started? In fact, as I experienced myself having returned from Asia, there were no checks of any description - people came and went as they pleased.No wonder the virus spread.

So far as Brexit is concerned, the easy part was leaving which happened when Boris made concessions that his predecessor described as "no PM could possibly agree to". Now is the hard, and much more significant part, re future trade and the status of NI. Little sign of any coherent UK approach and lots of attempted back peddling re NI is how I see it.

 

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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag Chatham 10 May 20 5.44pm Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by nead1

I have to say, its now how I see it. These are decisions taken by the UK Govt and affecting us all. For example, I see we are now planning to insist anyone flying into the UK goes into two weeks quarantine - why on earth was that not done in February when this situation started? In fact, as I experienced myself having returned from Asia, there were no checks of any description - people came and went as they pleased.No wonder the virus spread.

So far as Brexit is concerned, the easy part was leaving which happened when Boris made concessions that his predecessor described as "no PM could possibly agree to". Now is the hard, and much more significant part, re future trade and the status of NI. Little sign of any coherent UK approach and lots of attempted back peddling re NI is how I see it.

The isolation from flights is going to be to prevent the 2nd wave coming from abroad or at least to have some control. Home Bourne cases will hopefully be somewhat under control by the end of the month. In any situation it isnt recommended to play your joker on the first hand. As for brexit hard ball is the only way to play it. Everyone is going to feel battered by the end of this so compromise will happen to benefit both us and the EU. That aside the rest of the world will be needing to flog some gear. (not like gear in the teenage sense).

 

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Originally posted by cryrst

Isnt enjoying the role. I would think no leader is enjoying their role worldwide bearing in mind they're all overseeing a 100 year unknown pandemic.
Ally that with the public feeling like they know better than any learned fellow and it isnt really a hard thing to grasp why hes not looking too enamored.

I would rather you commented on pritti"s knockers cryrst! would you?

 

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Originally posted by croydon proud

I would rather you commented on pritti"s knockers cryrst! would you?

Dont worry CP shes been in my shower

 

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Originally posted by croydon proud

I would rather you commented on pritti"s knockers cryrst! would you?

you remind me of Peter Cook as Derek saying 'that Maggie Thatcher's got a lovely pair of its, they're firm, they're 'ard, they're f***ing beautiful, if only she'd flash them and give us maybe a brief, tasteful glimpse of her vag it would really get the horny voter in, same with Jim Callaghan cos he's got a lovely pair o' tits '.

Swap Priti for Maggie and maybe Matt Hancock for Jim Callaghan cos he does have a pair of absolute beauties does Matt.

 

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Originally posted by cryrst

Dont worry CP shes been in my shower


I bet she has cryrst !

 

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