The rise and fall of Boris Johnson should be a warning to us all, writes Kyle Taylor
Your analysis sounds close to Bonhoeffer’s Theory of Stupidity, which while uncomfortable to read helps make sense of where we are. I’d argue that truth seeking has become an extraordinarily difficult problem in this country. I count myself as someone who can stand back from what I’m presented with and ask reasonable questions with some expectation of sensible answers yet day after day I find myself going ‘Eh? WTAF was that supposed to tell me?’ It’s maddening and saddening in equal measure.
My late wife and I stopped looking at "Have I Got News for You" because we couldn't stand him for that matter we weren't taken in by the media frenzy for Harris and Saville either, that goes back to before we met, something that.
What I fail to understand is why given his philandering any woman would ever vote for him, but then we can see how a lot of dishonest media hacks can make or break someone and Johnson is a media hack. Never let the truth spoils a good story, the golden rule of the media..
such a thin book for the amount of lies he has told