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Bin Boris

Sir Max Hastings perfectly sums up the car crash of a man that is Boris Johnson; elsewhere the public say they wouldn’t buy a used car from the wannabe Conservative leader

In a quote widely shared on social media, the former editor of the Daily Telegraph, Sir Max Hastings, completely slaughtered his former employee Boris Johnson. In it, he remarked:

 

“Boris is a gold medal egomaniac… His chaotic public persona is not an act – he is, indeed, manically disorganised about everything except his own image management. He is also a far more ruthless, and frankly nastier, figure than the public appreciates… I would not take Boris’s word about whether it is Monday or Tuesday… He is not a man to believe in, to trust or respect, save as a superlative exhibitionist. He is bereft of judgment, loyalty and discretion. Only in the star-crazed, friviolous Britain of the 21st century could such a man have risen so high, and he is utterly unfit to go higher still.”

 

Sir Max hits the nail on the head: Boris Johnson – a man whom six out of ten voters said they wouldn’t buy a used car from – must be stopped.

 

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Bin Boris – Sir Max Hastings perfectly sums up the car crash of a man that is Boris Johnson; elsewhere the public say they wouldn’t buy a used car from the wannabe Conservative leader.
From ‘The Times’ – Most people, it seems, wouldn’t want to buy a used car from Boris Johnson.

Comments

3 comments on “Bin Boris”

  1. Does the steeple times ever wonder if they are a contributor to the brexit problem of not being able to reach a solution by writing and repeating words like these about poeple without opportunity for rebuttal?

    1. You’ve been allowed your comment. How is that stiffling to debate (even if what you write sounds just ridiculous)?

      1. Since you ask…I see a lot of ad hominem attacks and strawman arguments.

        I love a good name calling seesion as much as anyone but it tends to just make progress more difficult and does the opposite of inform people.

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