Could Boris already be on his way back?

Yes, the Tories are slugging it out in one of their now notoriously snail-paced and party member focused beauty contests and the talk is already about Boris either being a name on the ballot paper or even returning next year – or in just a few months’ time.

But could it really be the case that we haven’t seen the last of Prime Minister Boris Johnson – after all the gaffs and the list of allegations of cover ups and lies that he’s told?

Well put it like this. Do you really believe that either Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak will be an improvement on any part of the governance that we’ve already got?

The rather hard and unpalatable truth is that Boris really was the best that we had available to be our PM when the Tory Members elected him in 2019, and despite all of the recklessness, incompetence and sheer lack of leadership throughout the period since he first walked into No.10, it remains the case that Boris Johnson is in all probability the very best option, out of all the options that we have actually got.

The reason for this paucity of choice, is a) based on the poor quality of the politicians in parliament and b) the realities of the current political system that mean the three known political parties and parties that would behave just like them when elected have a monopoly on taking the seats in parliament that we have got.

This whole sorry political class is just the same. The party, the colours, the words and the faces may be different. But they are all out for themselves. They are all only interested in getting to the top. They have no understanding of what real life problems for everyone beyond their bubble are really like. They have no understanding of people, of business, or what todays collapsing economy and supply chains are really all about.

When you have very weak leaders, they surround themselves with people who are weaker than themselves as that is the way that they believe they will make themselves look good. The same process has worked over and over again, with each generation of politicians becoming weaker, less able, less responsible and less in touch with the lives of the people they represent than before.

Things are as bad as they are now, as the result of a process that has taken years and decades to come about, and out of the MPs we have, or that we could have in No.10, the chances really are that Boris Johnson is and will no remain the best of the options that the UK has got – until we have an alternative option at a General Election that doesn’t include Conservatives, Labour, Liberal Democrats or any of the other options that you may believe that we have currently got.

So, in answer to the question ‘Could Boris already be on his way back?’, the answer is almost certainly a very big yes. Because if you think things are bad now, just wait and see how bad they will soon become. What you can be sure of is that the race to the bottom that all of the idiots we currently have representing us are engaged in, will not end until they have destroyed everything that they have touched, and in a few months from now, the chances are that people way beyond the Conservative Party will be looking back nostalgically at Boris’ term in office, as if it was a golden age.


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