Boris Johnson flees to safe space Watch

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Boris Johnson refused to do a joint press conference with the Luxembourg PM because a handful of protesters were making a bit of noise.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics...ess-conference

This is not the conduct of a statesman.

Conservatives: what the hell made you think such a weak clownish individual was in any was suited to be Prime Minister?
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To be fair to him, he wouldn't have been able to say much with constant booing in the background.
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Lol at salty Europoors fearful of the British gravy train being cut off.
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Lol at salty Europoors fearful of the British gravy train being cut off.
I was going to post, but you crushed it.☺️👍
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I was going to post, but you crushed it.☺️👍
The only other country in the EU which is not a complete basketcase is goymoney. If the UK actually does leave, the EU will not survive, they are playing hard ball because it is life or death for their project.
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Should have placed a watermelon in his place
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Lol at salty Europoors fearful of the British gravy train being cut off.
This makes 0 sense :lol:
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(Original post by _Wellies_)
Boris Johnson refused to do a joint press conference with the Luxembourg PM because a handful of protesters were making a bit of noise.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics...ess-conference

This is not the conduct of a statesman.

Conservatives: what the hell made you think such a weak clownish individual was in any was suited to be Prime Minister?
There's no point in saying anything if nobody can hear anything from the screeching in the background, it'll just be a waste of breath for the civilised.

You've made a nice attempt but choosing not to speak yourself is not exactly the same as not allowing speech from others, which would actually be considered a safe space; under this definition wouldn't the protesters be the ones who have successfully created a safe space by silencing the opposition?
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In fairness to him he asked for the PC to take place inside or somewhere quiter, but yet the Luxembourg President, who nobody has heard of, attempted to humiliate him.

You can’t give a conference in front of screaming protestors booing everything you say. It’s ridiculous.
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In fairness to him he asked for the PC to take place inside or somewhere quiter, but yet the Luxembourg President, who nobody has heard of, attempted to humiliate him.
How so? By insisting he do his job?
You can’t give a conference in front of screaming protestors booing everything you say. It’s ridiculous.
Kind of in the jd isnt it?
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Lol at salty Europoors fearful of the British gravy train being cut off.
Like Boris Johnson, you need to stop running away from reality. Step out of your echo chamber.

Europeans aren't salty or fearful. They are a mixture of exasperated and highly amused as inept Brexiters repeatedly mess up Brexit.
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Depending on your prior views, you'll either see this as Boris being some sort of coward or Boris doing the right thing and refusing the insult.

And now a joke:

Remainer: "We demand another referendum!"

Brexiteer: "Why have you changed your mind?"

Remainer: "No, I want you to."

Or was it a joke?

After three years, people are pretty entrenched in their views and few commentators I've heard or read recently are bothering to give objective/balanced views anymore.
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In fairness to him he asked for the PC to take place inside or somewhere quiter, but yet the Luxembourg President, who nobody has heard of, attempted to humiliate him.

You can’t give a conference in front of screaming protestors booing everything you say. It’s ridiculous.
If the PM of Luxembourg can so easily humiliate our PM, imagine what the post Brexit reality will be like.

We'll be back to good old Cod Wars days as Iceland runs circles around us.
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It's always good fun to ask Remainers what would happen if Leave won again in that second referendum, that blank expression and complete bewilderment at the thought that has never occurred to them. The way it clashes with the conditioning of their minds by the propaganda they consume on a daily basis, speaking of those who are actually incapable of any thoughts of their own. Mind you, the Lib Dems and their *******s to Democracy platform has become quite popular and that is a tragic reflection on the times we live.

It's the same story on both sides of the pond, a public consultation takes place and the losing faction simply refuse to accept it and sets out from day one to sabotage it at any cost. This is the new trend being legitimised under our noses, been applied on Trump and equally on Brexit. All carried out by the same group, they even disguise themselves as Democrats (on both sides of the pond again).
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