Boris Johnson Prime Minister? That will be Total Chaos
Like a whirlwind, Boris Johnson rushes off the Prime Minister in Britain. Everything suggests that the members of the Conservative Party will appoint him to succeed Theresa May next month.
The flamboyant politician with the natural blond hair promises them the world. Sonia Purnell, who devoted the Just Boris: A Tale of Blond Ambition biography to him, foresees a period of chaos.
Author Sonia Purnell holds on to her heart: “I don’t want him to be prime minister.”
The mayor of Johnson in London counts as a blueprint for what is to come. He started the job unprepared, without staff and with a severe dislike of office work.
His party was so shocked by his inadequacy that top executives were sent to the town hall to take over the daily management. Boris was allowed to put the bubbles in the champagne. Cut the ribbons. He did that with vigour. Boris became a household name worldwide. “
Johnson has been using his flair and oratorial art all his life to rake in essential positions. The will to make it a success is then lacking. Purnell already found examples of this at the Eton elite school.
Johnson had acquired a role in the Richard III play but found it unnecessary to prepare. On pillars on the stage, he stuck A4 pages with the text to bluff himself through the performance.
Boris cannot get there without file knowledge. He must ask the EU for favour. For an improved deal. If you want to outwit Michel Barnier, you must read. Boris has a tendency not to. And the EU does not grant him anything. Many leaders find him arrogant and unreliable. “
Purnell refers to his role as Foreign Minister in the Chagos Islands dispute. The United Nations ordered Great Britain to return the Indian Ocean archipelago to Mauritius.
He failed to get the support of important allies. It is quite possible that they punished him for his childish behaviour. For all stitches are under water. Purely intended to make the news. “
He will soon be presented with the bill in Europe for this uncontrollable urge to appear on the front pages of newspapers with sharp one-liners.
Purnell sees him, just like Theresa May, with the tail between his legs returning to Westminster. I cannot imagine that he will get Britain out of the EU without blinking. The damage of a “no deal” is too significant. “