Boris Johnson said it’s about taking back control, and that it doesn’t just apply to Westminster retrieving independence from the EU. It simply means that our cities, counties and towns can become more self-governing.
It means people taking more accountability for their own neighbourhoods, and that London and Manchester have expanded partly because they’ve had mayors. Some better than others, but all with vital power, the vital power, to speak for their cities, and to bang their heads together and to get things done.
Boris Johnson stated that over the last three years they’ve treated Brexit like some impending, adverse weather situation.
Of course, Boris Johnson fought to leave the EU because he thought that it was an opportunity to change the direction of the United Kingdom and to make us the greatest country in the world to live, and he said that we should remind ourselves that leaving the EU is a huge economic opportunity to do things we’ve not been permitted to do for decades.
To relieve ourselves of bureaucratic red tape, to generate jobs, to disentangle the creativity and innovation for which Britain is renowned, and of course, we don’t have to wait now to begin planning to embrace the advantages of that project.
But whether or not Brexit is a great idea, most realise that the reason Boris Johnson fought for it was for his own personal advancement, and at the end of the day, people do things for themselves and not for the interest of others, and if it means them getting a promotion for their own personal advancement, then so be it, it doesn’t matter, screw everyone else, as long as I’m okay Jack.
And it’s a huge opportunity for him to stuff his pockets with lots and lots of pounds. Oh, I forgot Boris was born was a gilded spoon in his mouth, he essentially came out of his mother’s womb with money and a job, he didn’t have anyone breathing down his neck to get a job, and he’s been living a charmed life ever since – no Universal Credit for him!
This man isn’t a politician, but he has a pretty good mouthpiece and could be very dangerous, and we’re going to require some really good luck here, and who’s pulling his strings? That’s the troubling thing.
He stated that he fought for Brexit and to leave because he thought it was our best chance, no it was his best opportunity to get into Number 10… there, I fixed it for you, Boris, and please acquaint us to the advantages of leaving the EU, after all, you would be the first person to actually do so.
And if people actually believe that leaving the EU will result in less red tape, well, of course, it won’t, and could Boris Johnson please name one thing we could do that we’ve not been permitted to do before that would be more beneficial than being part of the EU?
Boris Johnson fought to leave the EU because he believed it’s a chance to make us the best country in the world to live, provided you’re wealthy, and the only thing Brexit will be a great opportunity for is the oligarchs and disaster entrepreneurs, some of whom he is really close to.
It is, however, an opportunity to do a trade deal with the USA and to privatise the NHS with American companies, just so that we can become a mini USA. Just watch him dismiss it until it’s a done deal, then he’ll waffle on about how much better off we are.
How can an honest man make a speech such as this when just three years ago the same ‘honest man’ wrote a major article for the Telegraph apparently saying that Brexit and leaving the EU would be an economic and social disaster for our nation?
That’s because he’s nothing better than a rattlesnake oil salesperson who will promise whatever satisfies his whim to get his way and come the day of the delivery he will probably be absent, but no doubt he will have an excellent defence.
Remember the recent vote on the third runway at Heathrow? When he said he would lay down in front of the bulldozers to stop it, but come the day of the vote he was conveniently absent from the House of Commons, and nowhere near the runway.
And when Boris Johnson said about getting rid of bureaucratic red tape to create jobs, that appears to interpret getting rid of workers rights… because to them, we’re amongst the worst idlers in the world, but let’s face it, the preponderance of those in the House of Commons are slothful excretions, merely scamming the taxpayers of this country.
And if Boris Johnson doesn’t deliver Brexit in a rational fashion, and the British people do suffer from a calamitous departure, I honestly don’t see the Conservatives recovering from that, so welcome Jeremy Corbyn, as Prime Minister.
Self-governing cities, well, we already have those. Mayors, we already have those as well. Best country in the world, I’m still deliberating that topic, although, if you consider some other country’s, it’s not too bad, although it could be better, and selling off the NHS to the American corporations isn’t the solution.
At the end of the day the taxpayers finance the NHS, so it’s not the governments to sell off, but then they would sell your grandmother if they thought she was worth something to them, but of course, they don’t see her as a commodity, so they’d rather that she passed on as soon as possible.
Boris Johnson might be able to talk the talk, but can he walk the walk? I just think he likes the sound of his own voice, and he might talk, but really he never actually says anything, and anytime he’s forced to prove anything, it’s immediately shown to be untrue.
And he did give a fairly admirable address, but I question who actually penned it for him? And the best country in the world to live, for who specifically? The rich…
Indeed, their all freeloaders in boats, and the enormous nobility that freeload from us as well, but then Nigel Farage does have a lovely boat and the use of a private aircraft.
Boris Johnson wants England to become like America, and look at how much mess their in. Ninety-nine per cent of the country lives in poverty, and their healthcare system is the worst in the world. Food standards are a scandal, and if that’s what we want for this country, then that’s your choice, but there’s a preponderance of people that don’t.
Boris, in what will coming out of the EU benefit us? In a lot of ways the EU has helped our young and allowed them loads of opportunities that they would not ordinarily have had, including the ability to go and study overseas for free.
And if you believe that Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage are going to do a great deal for the United Kingdom, you’re mistaken. They’re only in it for the money, nothing else, and why did Nigel Farage get a German passport if he dislikes the EU so much, it’s all about tax dodging, clear and simple, and when Boris Johnson said that leaving the EU will allow us to do things we couldn’t do before, what he actually means is tax evasion, no NHS, no food laws, no environmental laws and no human rights.
There are many people out there that believe we should give him a chance… yes, we should… give him enough rope to hang himself!