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That's not Uncle Boris


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7 minutes ago, GBDamo said:

My little girl, 3 and a half, has just said that's someone else when watching Boris' news conference.

"What do you mean sweetie?"

"Thats not uncle Boris, thats someone else" :ph34r:

Chip off the old block that one:)

He's over saturated with light and pink make up.

Looks about ten years younger but with huge bags under his eyes

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19 minutes ago, GBDamo said:

My little girl, 3 and a half, has just said that's someone else when watching Boris' news conference.

"What do you mean sweetie?"

"Thats not uncle Boris, thats someone else" :ph34r:

Chip off the old block that one:)

Young kids are psychic until it is subconsciously driven out of them.

She may well have an invisible friend.

I bet she is onto something.

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2 hours ago, Mirror Mirror said:

You mean driving the economy over a cliff and turning the country into an open prison over a disease with a >99% survival rate isnt silly enough for you?

I suspect he is under enormous stress. No other leader on the TV in the world is so far removed from their "normal" body. 

He knew Brexit was going to be a pile of work he'd have to deal with which is why he let May have a go first. Now he's in the driving seat, and got this to deal with also. Lack of sleep and probably a visit from the 3 ghosts of the World Economic Forum, the stakes are high.

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Merry Christmas, Mr Johnson! Bah humbug!

If someone is good with making electronic cartoons they could make something like this and stick it on youtube. This will be the non-conspiracy version, with no World Economic Forum mentioned, so it will be more palatable.  Note there is a speculative stock mentioned here that I have some shares in.

Boris can be seen as going through what Ebenezer Scrooge was going through in Charles Dicken's novel, A Christmas Carol. The out of body Boris that we see is like if he was still in a dream. Ebenezer Scrooge had a personality change after being visited by the three ghosts of Christmas. Someone could write something on these lines.

So it is coming up to Christmas. It is London, 2020. It is cold, and London is covered in snow. Whilst Boris was in hospital, in ICU suffering from covid, he is visited by the first ghost, the ghost of Christmas past. This will be Professor Whitty hovering over his bed draped in chains. He shows Boris he colourful past, his relationships, the happier carefree times on TV such as Top Gear, Have I Got News For you, and his antics hung up holding the Union Jack whilst being London Mayor. This is the Boris that we all know.

Then he is visited by Christmas present, where he becomes Prime Minister and has to handle this pandemic. He's shown our hospital beds are filling up, faster than capacity can be created. He tells the public to cover their faces, make space and wash their hands. But still it isn't quite enough to control the virus. Coronavirus is more treatable than in the first wave, as we know more about it, we have dexametasone in severe stages of covid, but  this is not fast enough to through put patients in hospital to get us through to save Christmas 2020. So he has the difficult decision to make and tell the UK to go into second lock down. 

The ghost of Christmas future, could have a happy ending. This may involve vaccines, but this isn't going to happen until well into next year, and vaccines haven't been proven yet. However there is a treatment that has completed some successful early trials using inhaled interferon which could be used in the earlier stages of covid, even outside of hospital settings, so the throughput of patients in hospital is hastened which seems to be the deal breaker here. This drug is made by a company called Synairgen (do your own research), which works out of Southampton Hospital, is already here, and has shown to be safe (so far), and effective (in phase 2 trials).

If bats use interferon to protect themselves from viruses from the blood from feeding , we can learn from nature, and do the same. Boris, if he knows about this, he could choose to increase roll out of this drug in the UK as part of the phase 3 trials which starts next week. This maybe our light bulb moment.

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