Boris Johnson doesn’t want to elaborate to the progress that they’re making but he did say that they’re making progress, and he said that what they need to do, so that people need to understand, well, there’s nothing treating the people of the United Kingdom like 6-year-olds, is there?
Anyhow, he proceeded to say that they need to obtain a way whereby the United Kingdom can come out of the EU and actually be able to do things differently, and not remain under the control of the EU in terms of laws and trade policy, which is the problem with the current arrangement.
And that we want to come out in such a way as to protect Ireland, and to make certain there isn’t a hard border of any sort in Northern Ireland, and to make sure they protect the Good Friday peace process.
Now the Tories believe they can do that and they think they can find a way forward. They believe they can solve that problem, and Boris Johnson believes they’re making some headway.
We heard Jean-Claude Juncker state that he doesn’t have any emotional attachment to the backstop, now Boris Johnson believes that is progress because they weren’t saying that a month ago but that it’s vital that whatever happens that we must prepare for a no-deal.
And he figures that we will be ready, and they will get set for no-deal on October 31.
Boris Johnson believes they can find a way forward, but why doesn’t he know the way forward because it’s more bluff albeit delivered without bluster this time.
We the people need to hear him say that he has a way forward because he continues to say that he believes he can find a way forward but does he? And we all know that Boris Johnson is great at meaningless chatter.
Clearly, before the referendum, the Tories hadn’t considered all the implications and they wanted to sell a dream, but as of yet, it’s not become a reality. Perhaps he should simply resign and hand it over to someone who could do the job much better? Because Boris will be held accountable for saying those words when the proverbial crap hits the fan.
Boris Johnson doesn’t care, he simply acts for bankers and hedge funds set to rake in 4.3 billion by gambling on the pound and UK economy tumbling through a no-deal. He doesn’t want a deal because he knows where his bread is buttered and it’s not with the common people.
And Boris Johnson is stalling because little or no progress is being made, so he keeps giving out obscure statements without any substance or detail and so that any deal that might be struck, he will be hailed the all-conquering hero.