Boris Johnson is a laughingstock around the world and with him as PM makes the UK a world laughingstock also.
His main fan base are racists and little Englanders who look at the past through rose tinted glasses dreaming of Empire days.
Once the chickens come home to roost Johnson and his supporters will blame the EU with “they are punishing us for leaving” instead of having the backbone to accept responsibility.
I find it so odd how Brexiteers seem to think they’re winning. The bullshit spouted by people like Farage, Boris and Jacob RM doesn’t fool rational people; it only fools Brexiteers, who seem to think they’re in on the grift, when surely they’re the marks. Do Brexiteers seriously think that privileged middle class right-wingers like Farage, Boris & JRM care about working class Brexiteers? Remainers may end up being helplessly dragged into the same sewer by these politicians, but at least we realise it’s happening. The world of the Brexiteer appears to be a fact-free zone – one that Boris & co are exploiting. They must be laughing their tits off at how easily duped so many of my fellow working class plebs are. And for Lilly at least Brexit seems to be a reason to obsess over bedwetting – WTF is that about? Is the constant reference to bedwetting funny or clever to Brexiteers? I’m genuinely interested. Is Lilly and her juvenile brand of “humour” typical for a Brexiteer?
I can acknowledge that I might cry a little over this, but I think it’s mostly tears of joy. In this depressing post-truth era I’ll take whatever laughs I can get. Watching working class Brexiteers thinking that shifty right wing middle class ex-public-school-boys are on their side amuses me greatly. Just looking at that “Lucas is a gonner” thread speaks volumes about the critical thinking abilities of Brexiteers.
Boris has already promised that existing EU migrants can stay in the UK – it seems his first thought as PM is to help immigrants rather than the British people. But Brexiteers conveniently overlook that. Is it a benevolent gesture on his part or is it more likely his decision is motivated by trying to protect the cheaper unskilled labour costs that business “leaders” enjoy, keeping their profit margins higher and workers wages lower (that’s the kind of thing Brexiteers claim, isn’t it?). I doubt Boris cares about the little people who make up the actual workforce, but I can totally see him being on the side of “leaders” like himself.
I believe that Boris will be as loyal to Brexiteers as Brexiteers were to UKIP when it came to the last general election.
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