ONE thing is clear from the controversial election of Boris Johnson as Britain’s new Prime Minister.
Brexit supporters have got outspoken Boris and his floundering Conservative Party exactly where we want them.
‘No ifs or buts’ means that either he fulfils his promise and puts the referendum vote into effect by October 31 or he and his party will be kicked out of office – quite possibly for 15 years.
Now I don’t believe Boris is as pro Brexit as he likes to make out. The other day I saw a quote from a European Union official I agreed with when it was pointed out his conversion to Leave was last minute to say the least.
But, sometimes, the universe takes us seriously.
We talk a lot about positive thinking and affirmations.
Well, Boris apparently put it out there in his youth that he was going to be ‘King of the World’. When we pray in ‘want’, the universe gives us lack but when we believe we already have what we are asking for….
Boris doesn’t quite have that title but has already gone a lot further than his talent demanded – many will point out that’s with the help of his Bilderberger friends and that’s all part of the same picture.
Now to Brexit. Boris reportedly wrote two speeches, one in favour of leaving the European Union, the other, equally strongly, for Remain. For personal, political reasons, he nailed his colours to Brexit.
Today he is being made accountable for that pledge. The only way he could possibly grab the power he has always craved was to promise to deliver Brexit. Simple as.
And his speech on the steps of Downing Street was a positive step forward.
Sure, he may come across as arrogant and full of bluster – that’s because he is arrogant and full of bluster – but such things as minds and economic markets are charged either positively or negatively by energy.
Theresa May never came across as someone who truly believed she could break the European Union deadlock – and so it proved.
What we need now is someone with the self confidence to think outside the box and get us out before the door slams shut.
Just a thought. When Winston Churchill delivered his famous ‘we will fight them on the beaches’ speech, he didn’t meet with universal approval.
It delighted the masses but the ‘experts’, fellow politicians in and outside the same political party, were far from sure.
How could this guy be so sure he would prevail against Hitler’s mighty forces?
Our history only tells part of the story. But we did so, partly because someone energised the nation with nothing more than words.
Right now, Boris is not a national hero. He has been elected to Number Ten by only 0.2 per cent of the country, he starts out from scratch with a chequered political career behind him.
It’s irrelevant whether he is in power for long or whether his personal life ticks any, let alone all, of the right politically correct boxes.
His mission is simple: he must get us out, or he is out!
And we know beyond reasonable doubt that is the prime motivation running through the blue veins of this divisive government.
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