How long before Conservatives decide that Boris might be a better bet than Cameron?

Boris gets it right — again


Ironically in the same June 18th paper that reports Cameron’s remarks, we have an op-ed piece from Boris Johnson, where he posits the same choice — integrate or break up — but quite rightly reaches the opposite conclusion. 

He argues that continuing the failed €uro experiment is good for neither prosperity nor democracy. “For the sake of bubble-gumming the euro together, we are willing to slaughter democracy in the very place where it was born”.


This plus the title part of Roger Helmer MEP’s electronic newsletter from Strasbourg.


TAP – Is Roger Helmer still a Conservative?  He’s defected to UKIP.  I’ve been toing and froing for years as well.  UKIP could be a dead end.  Who controls them?  It’s not Nigel Farage.  There’s a secret cabal at the head, which could well be the same outfit as the cabal that controls the Conservatives.  If Cameron is thrown off, and new leadership emerges in the Conservatives, with a determination to get out of the EU, politics could swing along into a new era.  Do people trust Boris Johnson?   He supported Cameron into the leadership when he was Editor of The Spectator, and never even mentioned Liam Fox’s name once.   ‘This is Cameron country,’ he wrote, no doubt being given promises of advancement for his loyalty.



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4 Responses to “How long before Conservatives decide that Boris might be a better bet than Cameron?”

  1. Twig says:

    I never trusted Cameron.

    I trust Farage.

  2. Tapestry says:

    I trust Farage up to a point, but who actually runs UKIP. There is corruption and the usual cabal activity going on inside the party, I regret to say. Farage is not the boss.

  3. Twig says:

    @Tapestry

    This could be BNP skulduggery.
    I regularly receive emails from the BNPs Andrew Edwards (ex ukip), who stole ukip’s email address book and now circulates anti ukip propaganda.
    He reminds me of Lord Haw Haw.

  4. Tapestry says:

    No. I knew people in UKIP West Midlands who told me all the low down. Also you may have seen Martha Andreassen’s revelations of corruption in UKIP’s leadership.

    The BNP are also penetrated by the Freemasons.

    There is no party unaffected. Have no faith in any of them.

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