Re: The rage against Boris2 weeks ago
31 Aug 2019
WE have endured more than three years of the establishment blocking, frustrating and thwarting the biggest vote for anything in British history.
More than three years of the liberal elite using any means necessary to kneecap Brexit.
Boris Johnson's positivity and can-do attitude has struck a mighty chord that resonates loud and clear from Landís End to John oí Groats Credit: afp
More than three years of democracy being denied by all those pampered, privileged people so accustomed to life going their way.
Today it is not Brexit our country is sick of. It is the relentless negativity of all the miserable sods who have loathed Brexit with a vengeance yet always lacked the spine to cancel it.
Truly, it is not Brexit we grow weary of. It is the bitching of all the gloomy glumbuckets who tell us the fifth-largest economy in the world is a pitiful little land too weak, too feeble, too diminished to stand alone in the world.
The British people are sick to the back teeth of the pessimism of the British establishment.
That is why the can-do optimism of Boris Johnson has struck a mighty chord that resonates loud and clear from Landís End to John oí Groats.
His upbeat positivity is exhilarating after the down-in-the-mouth negativity of all those who warn we are doomed outside of the EUís clammy embrace.
Whatever Boris does now to get Brexit done, from pressing the ďmuteĒ button on Parliament for a few days to *withholding £30billion of the divorce settlement ó it will be cheered to the rafters by *millions.
This is less to do with *leaving the EU, more to do with human nature. Relentless pessimism is boring.
Emma Thompson called the greatest country in the the world ďa cake-filled, misery-laden, grey, old islandĒ. Who wants this negative crap?
New research published this week revealed optimists live longer than pessimists. Looking on the bright side is good for you, the boffins conclude.
Being upbeat and positive will help you live to 85, while someone who is downbeat and negative will almost certainly be pushing up the daisies by then.
That is why Boris will crush Jeremy Corbyn in any general election.
That is why we are sick of looking at Philip Hammond, John Major, Gina Miller, Dominic Grieve and Anna Soubry, with their dreary pessimism and faces like an undertakerís slapped bottom.
It has become a cliche that the old battle lines between Left and Right no longer exist.
The greatest divide in our time is not so much between Leave and Remain as between those of us who believe this country has a golden, glorious future as a sovereign nation once more and those who really donít.
This new Prime Minister has made pessimism unfashionable.
If you believe the best is yet to come, itís a wonderful life.
A general election? Please, let it be soon! This country yearns for the chance to vote for happier days.
From the House of Commons to Broadcasting House, all those gloomy gits who believe the UK canít survive in the big, wide world are totally out of touch with the national mood.
In the country at large, the upbeat optimism of Boris Johnson is as sweet as an apple on Christmas Day.
I welcome a general election - this country yearns for the chance to vote for happier days and Boris will certainly crush Jeremy Corbyn Credit: Getty