Boris has got it dead right


imageWhat is all the fuss about?  Women in burkas do look odd, frightening and like post boxes.  If they choose to go about like that, I would not stop them but I and Boris have the right to say what their appearance signifies to us and, I suspect, to the vast majority of the UK population.

I resigned my Conservative Party membership at the beginning of this year after Heseltine’s outburst suggesting Corbyn as PM would be less worse than leaving the EU HeseltineM3and I no longer recognise the Party I have supported and been a member of almost all of my adult life.  Theresa May has swallowed a huge dose of political correctness and is steering us towards remaining in the dreaded and dreadful European Union.  She is also guilty of bashing enterprise and the free economy and of swallowing the equalities agenda and all the extreme nonsense of LGBT propaganda.

vote-leaveCome on Boris, time we had a Prime Minister with Churchillian and Thatcherite tendencies again.  The country is in danger, different to the threat of Hitler and the Nazis and different to the threat of the union barons that Margaret faced and conquered but we are in danger and we need some real leadership to take us through it.

About Keith R Mitchell CBE

Qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1967. Pursued a successful career in financial training and publishing until selling his interests in 1990. Elected a County Councillor for the Bloxham Division in 1989. Leader of Oxfordshire County Council 5 November 2001 to 15 May 2012. Chairman of the South East England Regional Planning Committee July 2002 to July 2005. Chairman of the South East England Regional Assembly July 2005 to July 2008. In HM the Queen’s 2007 Birthday Honours, appointed a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire in recognition of services to local government.
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2 Responses to Boris has got it dead right

  1. Matthew Phillips says:

    Well said. Could not agree more.

  2. John Jackson says:

    Please don’t generalise about the ‘vast majority of the UK population’. You are speaking for a section of the population who I strongly doubt is vast, but who do find casual misogyny and racism acceptable. You may have noticed that this viewpoint, once so de rigeur, is falling out of fashion. And indeed, now and has always been, rmorally repugnant to anyone who considers the human condition best exemplified by self awareness, empathy and reflection.

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