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Boris Johnson Says ‘It Could Have Gone Either Way’ As He Leaves Hospital (UK)

Thankfully Boris made it through, in-spite of the slew of DISGUSTING obviously partisan comments, on social media, even on my own blog. I debated outing the “troll”, but that’s probably what they wanted, attention via any means. I can’t imagine there was any rational argument or reason for wishing a sick person to die – so I just put it down to probable mental health issues. I’m no expert in that field, so I’ll leave it at that.

Anyway – Boris Johnson, seemingly in good spirits, from about 1 hour ago @ 12-Apr-2020 17:30 UK time.

Hope you are safe, and stays that way.


Don Charisma

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9 thoughts on “Boris Johnson Says ‘It Could Have Gone Either Way’ As He Leaves Hospital (UK)

  1. And isn’t it strange, the more untrustworthy the mainstream media becomes, the more they bombard us with messages about how THEY are not for sale, that THEY alone can be relied upon for truth for its own sake, that “Democracy dies in darkness” and that THEY are the only beacons shining in the dark to protect it? Ha, bloody ha!
    At the same time, there is a growing army of men and women who, because they cannot trust the MSM, rely instead on the ever-increasing number of equally untrustworthy websites which, while purporting to bring the “real facts which the MSM is hiding”, are actually spreading the wildest, most preposterous crackpot conspiracy theories – some of which amount to Blood Libel.
    It IS hard to know who to believe – and, of course, people tend to believe those who share their own political views, even to the extent of believing one or more CONTRADICTORY theories. With practice, one might – like the White Queen – believe as many as six impossible things before breakfast.

    1. Rather cynical, but somewhat accurate commentary – I like your style 🙂 It seems I’m not the only one who has woken up, there’s at least five or six of us by now …

      I think it’s worthy of a front page spot, would you have any objections to the spotlight cast upon your comment, with you cited as author or prefer me to leave you where you are ? Or, you could do a guest blog, and expand, if you’d prefer – I’d be fascinated to hear more.

  2. Hey Don! I only wondered about one source…The Sun. As for your early covid reporting, you and your sources were the only ones I trusted enough to give my time (and open my brain) to. Styx in particular.
    As for integrity, it is thin on the ground. Thats why I hang out with folk like you…but The Sun…nope, not ever. X

    1. Whoops, sorry I got a bit carried away.

      In days of yore “The Sun” was a rag I would put in the bathroom for toilet paper, after reading page 3 (I am male). But sadly I’m a wrong thinker, and page 3 is no more.

      These days I prefer the Guardian or the Independent for wiping after a number 2.

      Times have changed since we were younger. I have seen some half decent journalism on YouTube on The Sun’s channel. I don’t know about their print or website, I don’t read that much, I’m quite a slow reader, video I can absorb faster. So, not trying to change your mind, but I’m not sure they are the same as we remember.

      People are changing how they digest news and media, streaming and things like YouTube are king. Legacy media is on the way out. Indie media, and basically the whole journalism arena is up for grabs. Maybe that’s my calling !

      Integrity is thin on the ground. I do my best but I’m not perfect or infallible, and can’t please everyone all the time. Sometimes I drop the ball, and do stupid stuff, say stupid stuff, I actually prefer creative writing.

      The exact same speech was on BBC, Gaurdian, ITV, Sky, Evening Standard, The Telegraph (and The Sun).

      The Telegraph tend to be a bit shit on YouTube, so I don’t share their stuff, (they need a voiceover person, just video and captions won’t do).

      The BBC, Guardian, ITV, Sky and Evening standard I don’t trust, for reasons they made themselves (I found out a lot of dirt when I was researching Brexit). Some of those outlets I intensely dislike for similar reasons I mentioned about BBC.

      The Sun was the only outlet I trusted not to have edited or fucked around with Boris’ speech, so that’s why I chose their video. (and some of these media outlets do cut and edit to misrepresent, I’ve seen the proof)

      In the end I don’t want to be told what to think by totalitarians or fascists.

      And, please don’t take anything I say “as read”, do do your own due diligence.

      Hope you guys are all well, and my very best wishes.



      1. Always in charge of doing our own due diligence, always open to ideas, Im with you in not being told what to think. No one is infallible, we’s all human. Our loathing of The Sun has its roots in 1989. At the end of the day, they hurt people I care about…there’s a common theme here.
        Love that the art of intelligent conversation.
        Best wishes right back at you…keep well and keep doing what you do x

      2. There’s definitely a common theme. I took a long long break from the media, only started looking at it again because of Brexit and the minority loony politics going on, which just gets worse every year.

        What comes up in Google for 1989 “The Sun” is Hillsborough :

        I’m sorry, I didn’t know that had affected you. I see it took them 23 years to apologise. Very poor.

        The Police lying doesn’t sound unfamiliar, from my own personal experiences, and more recently, Harry Miller’s account of his court cases vs UK Police, where they gave him a criminal record for his comments on twitter :

        It’s said the UK police have 1000 officers policing so called “hate speech” on social media in UK. Of course they are only policing a minority political agenda, and they’ve stopped responding to burglaries. People get a “Crime Non Crime” criminal record which shows up on things like job applications.

        The police (et al) are said to have been covering up, (and even assisting) grooming gangs in UK, for decades.

        The government report on it a couple of weeks ago wasn’t released – “not in the public interest”.

        It’s a pretty shabby state of affairs all in all. But at least you guys are somewhat out of it.

        Enjoyed chatting with you too, intelligently as I can 🙂



  3. Im glad that Boris is okay in that I am happy whenever someone beats this virus. I hope his experience broadened him. His initial herd immunity stance frightened people I care about. I also feel I need to say something about the news source you’ve shared…Im surprised; they’re not ones that scream integrity.

    1. Frightened me also, and people I care about. But didn’t they turn that around pretty quickly, like the next day ? And, don’t we now have a WHO scandal, and a Chinese coverup – so quite possible British government acting on, basically lies, from supposedly authoritative sources, who are supposed to have integrity. I don’t know for sure, I’m not a confidant of Boris. I only met him once in passing.

      And wasn’t Trump saying it’s nothing to worry about, no worse than the flu ? At around the same time.

      I’d been warning people about Coronavirus for weeks before he made that speech. Even wrote a post on it at the end of January –

      So, I kind of feel like the messenger being shot right now.

      A few people expressed their thanks, but others mocked and ridiculed the sources I found. The guy who originally alerted me “Styx” to the possible pandemic was called “a hippie” and a “hack” by one commenter. I don’t think he “screams integrity”, but I’d certainly trust him more than the BBC who covered up the pedophile Jimmy Saville for decades, don’t report on child sex grooming gangs in UK which are still operational across the country, force people on pain of prison to pay for TV licenses they don’t want or need and are completely partisan bias catering for a tiny minority of the UK population, whilst ridiculing and insulting everybody else. Amongst a very long laundry list.

      It’s my guess that the BBC won’t have reported on the “hate speech” towards Boris either. It wouldn’t suit their political narrative, and most of their staff would be the kind of people likely making those kinds of tweets (or revelling in Boris’ misfortune).

      Reminds me of “Happy Impeachmas” actually.

      One Labour mayoress was kicked out of the Labour party for her contribution to “kick a man while he’s down” on Facebook. And rightly so, the Labour party did the right thing, in that instance.


      Which news source(s) that I share lack integrity in your opinion, and why do you think that ? and what news sources do you suggest have integrity, who reported on the issue of people revelling on Boris’ suffering with a deadly illness for purely partisan reasons ?

      At the end of the day it’s a worrying situation for everybody. But hate speech, isn’t solidarity or working towards solutions. People’s lives and livelihoods are on the line, many people live hand to mouth, even in wealthier countries, worse for poorer countries. And even the middle class may end up bankrupt, if they can’t pay their bills. With countries full of hungry and bankrupt people – How much longer before there’s proper civil unrest ?

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