April 23rd, 2014

Happy St George’s Day Boris


As the owner of Boris2020.org the story in The Sun this morning claiming that Boris will decide within weeks if he is to run for parliament caught Guido’s eye. The mayor is denying it:

Guido would like to wish all his English readers a happy St George’s Day. If a man of Turkish origin can become patron saint of England, there is no stopping that other English hero of Turkish origin, Boris…


  1. 1
    Boris Johnson says:

    Vote UKIP.

  2. 2
    Wikipedia says:

    … born in Lydda, Roman Palestine, was a soldier in the Roman army and was later venerated as a Christian martyr. His father was Gerontius, a Greek Christian from Cappadocia, and an official in the Roman army. His mother, Polychronia was a Palestinian Christian

    So not Turkish then.

    And anyway:

    The Seljuk Turks began migrating into the area in the 11th century, starting the process of Turkification, which was greatly accelerated by the Seljuk victory over the Byzantines at the Battle of Manzikert in 1071

  3. 3
    be nice to her.man says:

    astrology is for entertainment.
    does the snake care?
    and all because the lady loves the spotted dick

  4. 4
    Timing says:

    Boris was never cool and he is now no longer much fun. His multi-culti London schtick is not much different from the dross Ken Livingston provided us with. I think he has possibly missed the boat.

  5. 5
    Gay Dave says:

    Mmmmmmm St.George of Turkish origin. That’s it then, allow all the Turks to come here.Sorted bring on the dancing boys.

  6. 6
    Michael Caine says:

    Please don’t stand for PM Boris.

    It would be too cruel to have yet another anti-establishment persona reveal that they are just as establishment as the rest of them.

  7. 7

    Celebrating a Palestinian fighter? What will Trending Mental say?

  8. 8
    Ex Pat says:

    A sudden change of subject from last page!

    I have already voted UKIP by passing to my proxy.

  9. 9
    Ockham's Razor says:

    What? Gordon has a blog now?

  10. 10
    chris huhne says:

    you’d think he’d know that success in parliamentary election would mean reading from the treasury missal – but then educational prison camp will have prepared him well for that

  11. 11
    Nermal says:

    Boris may be a canny operator but don’t forget he is a ardent Europhile and only gives lip service to the notion of controlloing our own borders. Bad mistake would be as useless as Cameron or Milliband.

  12. 12
    Winston says:

    Turkish origin? One of his ancestors was Turkish. I know my family history going back 5 generations. Of the 32 people responsible, 31 were English and 1 was Irish 200 yrs ago. Does that make me of Irish origin?

  13. 13
    C O (Ξ7q1) says:

    Bojo would be an excellent choice to replace Cameron as leader.

    As Prime Minister – non – but as Conservative leader to bring them back onto the straight a narrow yes.

    Key question: Could Farage / Bojo work together if UKIP / Cons in coalition ?

    If Bojo can clean his act up just a little bit, the answer to that is most likely yes.

    As a deputy, Bojo would be excellent: Prescott with a brain, and the necessary brawn to get things done right. (Another thing which Cameron is missing…)

  14. 14
    We need more Turks says:

    Boris the plastic Englishman.

    Pity he wants the real English to be displaced by tidal waves of immigrants.

    The Tories pretend patriotism is as genuine as Labour’s pretend support of the working classes.

  15. 15
    Anonymous says:

    No he wasn’t turkish. That’s just a lie that has been repeated.

  16. 16
    Ed Moribund says:

    You may have noticed that neither I, nor Mr Balls, has said anything at all since 4th April.

    We just can’t really think of anything worthwhile to talk about.

    But we promise that next month we’ll be back to pointing at things in supermarkets and remarking “ohhh! look at the price of peas! Who’d a Thought, eh? Mind you I got a voucher..But look at these plums! They are pricey ain’t they?”

  17. 17
    Anonymous says:

    Here’s a happy National Socialist …

  18. 18
    UKIP Voter says:

    The English the most tolerant people you could ever wish to meet who despite extreme provocation don’t take to the streets in mobs making other communities fear for their lives.
    I am proud to be one.

  19. 19
    François Hollande says:

    Je Suis Fort comme un Turc

  20. 20
    Anonymous says:

  21. 21
    The Wild Colonial Boy says:

    Has Bojo found his mojo?

  22. 22
    táxpáyér says:

    James Delingpole has a nerve talking about bad economics.

  23. 23
    táxpáyér says:

    Most so-called anti-fascists act like fascists…

  24. 24
    Liblabcon enemies of the English says:

    Don’t think there are that many actual English people in Lambeth any more. It’s been vibrantly enriched AKA ethnically cleansed.

    I wonder what the real English cockney inhabitants of Lambeth who lived through the blitz would have thought about branded a ‘waycist’ for daring to show any support for their own country and their own people?

  25. 25
    force india is astrological. says:

    the human race is a disappointment. and that is the point.
    manhood comes in many hue,s.
    everything except human energy is make belief.
    concept of time makes us move. no movement will lead to life forever.
    birds laugh at us when we get up in the morning and ask which day of the week it is.

  26. 26
    Observant says:

    Yawn. Another Ed that talks/tweets like a dick.

  27. 27
    Middle Class ex Tory says:

    Just renewed my UKIP annual subscription with additional donation. UKIP Head Office can thank the General Lord D for his stupid comments.

  28. 28
    Merry Xmas says:

    For balance we celebrate the birthday of a J*w.

  29. 29
    Out of touch says:

    I recognise that man

  30. 30
    I’m really, really, really looking forward to becoming a minority says:

    To the likes of Edward Davie, and Yasmin the Ugandan, we English are not tolerant enough.

    We must loudly and publicly celebrate our looming ethnic displacement with all the vigour of a North Korea people’s party conference.

  31. 31
    Ockham's Razor says:

    Most here would understand this but how do you inform the pondlife, though?

  32. 32
    Chuka Umunna says:

    Mmm why hello gorgeous, is it really you Harrison?
    Oooh don’t you look cooooooollll , mm mm I could just snog you, ooohhh yessssss.

  33. 33
    A Giant says:

    Fee Fi Fo Fum I can’t smell the blood of an Englishman,
    Is he alive or is he dead?
    My guess is he’s been outbred.

  34. 34
  35. 35
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Bumsex,need I say more ?

  36. 36
    Maximus says:

    My old man was called Gerontius – not uncommon. But Polychronia lol: she must have had a fair few on the side to earn the name. And a Christian too.

  37. 37
    Lancashire Procurator Fiscal says:

    Why has Charles Hawtrey standing on Boris’ left?

  38. 38
    Maximus says:

    AFAIK it’s down to how you “self-identify”. Of course you mustn’t check if there’s money it.

  39. 39
    One way or another says:

    Boris entered the village and within just one generation..

  40. 40
    Maximus says:

    More ironic than you thought. The tw@t has done more to clamp down on busking in London than anyone or anything else.

  41. 41
    Anonymous says:


  42. 42
    Apthorpe says:

    Very true neither main party actually believes in its foundation philosophy and hence the result you have of vacuous politics that only aim to maintain the political elite in power. Politics needs to be reconnected to people it effects most this will be be a long process. Vote UKIP in May and make a small contribution to getting the process rolling to win the Conservative Party back to conservative ideals.

  43. 43
    Apthorpe says:

    Boris’ political philosophy is the same as Dave’s Heathite. He an ego clown of no substance not the future of the Conservative Party one hopes.

  44. 44
    Liar.Politicians says:

    Bozo Boris supports mass uncontrolled “Open Borders” ™ immigration. Nuff said.

  45. 45
    Anonymous says:

    With Boris’s bluff and bluster he could well be more evasive and worse than Cameron.

    Not that that is an excuse for keeping Cameron, just pointing out Boris is a very dangerous Europhile who would seriously damage the UK.

    At least with Liebor the damage they do is visible, a clear and present danger.

    However Boris would be strong in the arts of deception and would do serious damage out of sight, below the waterline…

    Boris and Cameron are two bad eggs and a non choice.

  46. 46
    Anonymous says:

    Your Bonkers if you think Boris should be allowed any where near the houses of parliament, the man is an arrogant bullying bafoon and Europhile.

    Keep him on the south side of the river where at least any damage he does can be limited.

    He is a serial adulterer as well.

  47. 47
    Anonymous says:

    I wonder of those who criminally damaged the poster, how many are even entitled to vote in the GE ?

  48. 48
    Illuminati says:

    You’ll get who we paid for…

    We’re just negotiating at the moment.

  49. 49
    Anonymous says:

    The left loves to hate.

  50. 50
    John Bellingham says:

    Better a very, very clever bloke who masquerades as a buffoon, than any of the buffoons who pretend to be clever blokes (and fail). He could even teach you how to make comments in real English.
    As for being a serial adulterer–thank heavens that at least one Tory still prefers to shag women and if you knew anything about political popularity, you would know that, as with Clinton, such behaviour improves a politicians standing as long as the women are fairly treated. The only people who deprecate such behaviour these days are h0m0s, lezzies, tabloid journalists and those who never get any themselves–which are you?

  51. 51
    Rejoice! says:

    St George’s Day?

    #LeonBrittan Day!

    3 May 2014.

  52. 52
    The Growler says:

    Borus going round in circles again

  53. 53
    thostids says:

    Boris has merely been polishing his “persona” to appeal to the dormant masses. Few will have read his Telegraph columns as a “European Correspondent” wherein he was an ardent Europhile. I suggest that it would be a thoroughly wizard jape to run off a few of his words for the benefit of the Tory vote that falls for such diversionary tactics as Churchill’s cigar, siren suit and slurred speech (alcohol not speech impediment).
    Another Bullingham Club member in the Cabinet? Will the Tory MPs vote for him to be the Leader before the next but one shambles? It will be too late afterwards as the Old Guard are in for a real rodding…which means that caretaker Cameron will have to go…..Ashton’s job?….they say that Clegg wants it. I don’t suppose it makes a ha’p’orth of shit who gets it, Ashton couldn’t do anything worthwhile and even the Rapid Reaction Force that Clegg denies exists as an EU Armed Force can’t do much against the Russians except lubricate the tank tracks when they roll over them. At least Boris hasn’t started loving God or doing His works, yet!

  54. 54
    Peter Carter-Fuck says:

    Anyone claiming that St George was a Turk is clearly guilty of scandalum magnatum, and will be sued for every penny they possess. As to Boris, no problem, the albino fool is indeed a Turk.

  55. 55
    The only Country in Europe not to have its own paliament is England says:

    Is the latest Archbishop not English, unlike the Bearded Welsh one

  56. 56
    broderick crawford says:

    Kemal Attaturk forever !!

  57. 57
    Anonymous says:

  58. 58
    Peter Carter-Fuck says:

    To be fair to Bozza, Clinton was a rapist, whereas Boris always askes politely first, and is careful to wipe his cock on the curtains on his way out.

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