After one too many vodka martinis the old Dame often wakes in a cold sweat with a terrible sense of foreboding.
It is in that same state when she imagines the buffoon, Boris Johnson, as Prime Minister.
It says much about the depressed state of the nation that anyone could even conceive of allowing this music hall turn to run our once great country. So why Johnson, B refuse to answer questions from AM member Johnson,D about Capco's spying, when he had defended the Guardian for releasing details on spying on political figures.
|Boris with Capco mates|
Capco referred to this spying as 'monitoring activists'.
It's the sort of stuff one expects from the former S. African spy organisation, BOSS
He even went on to say he was outraged to hear the USA had listened to Frau Merkel's phone conversations.
Sadly, grandstanding stops when it comes to British citizens being spied on by a South African developer.
In the case of Capco, Boris Johnson has not a single condemnatory word to say.
The Dame remembers, during the Riots, Johnson visited Clapham.
He tried his buffoon tactics and was bawled out by
His look of bewilderment showed how easily he misjudged people's mood.
He is not a serious man for serious times.