So, 92,000 out 140,000 members of the British Conservative Party (Tories) had an internal election and chose Boris Johnson as their party’s leader. It is bad enough that these absurd creatures populating the Tory party have chosen a liar and philanderer as their leader. But in what Britain considers to be a democracy, the choice of the 92,000 becomes the prime minister of us all.
A curious notion of democracy. Had the Queen been asked to make the nomination, it would have been just as democratic, but probably much better thought-through.
Very democratically, Johnson will force Brexit on a country, which is totally divided on this issue. And very democratically, the leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, has neglected his main duty and has prevented his party from fulfilling its role and acting as an opposition. He himself is a Brexit supporter and because of that, half of the country’s population had no voice in parliament, in this critical time in the country’s history. Had that man had any decency and honesty, he would have explained that as a Brexit supporter, he is unable to do his job and resigned from his leadership of the Labour Party. That would have enabled a Brexit opponent to lead the opposition. Shame on him. This off-putting man is one of the Conservative Party’s main assets.