Boom Boom Boom Boom

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“But he must see, after what he has done, that he is now cast in the public mind not as a heroic man of conviction, but as a sort of Westminster suicide bomber, whose deadly belt of explosives has been detonated not by his own hand, but by his own wife.”

If Shakespeare were alive, he would be all over this BoGo BoJo MoJo thing – like a big dog! Here is White Treachery at its finest. It would make a great epic poem, but, who would want to write it? Where’s the love! For sure, Merry England fell out of love with their grande spirit-guide and spell-caster, or, they would have known better, would have seen what was coming – the proverbial knife in the back! And, the treachery of a ambitious wife?

“The world is grown so bad, that wrens make prey where eagles dare not perch”

“Blow, blow, thou winter wind! Thou art not so unkind as man’s ingratitude”

What I am thinking of is a musical-drama along the lines of ‘Porgy and Bess’ where after two charismatic Delta Blues Players take their neighborhood away from all European culture, they get into a razor fight, a duel to see who will be King of the Blues.  Of course we are going to have sexy babes doing to the Lindy Hop, some of them, London royal types doing some Power Slumming, they keen to get next to the New Age Grandees.

What is clear to the world, White Folks are Big Trouble Makers. They just love to stir shit up. Take our Black President. He’s been real cool about things, he getting us through these troubled times with real class, and with ease. White leaders made up all kinds of shit about him that was not true, just to get white people in a panic so they will do crazy-ass things without thinking. White Mobs are unpredictable. Shakespeare understood this.

“I will speak daggers to her, but use none”

“When sorrows come, they come not single spies, but in battalions”

The Gove, and BoJo Johnson, live at the London Palladium!

Jon ‘JoJo’ Presco

Copyright 2016

The Becket controversy or Becket dispute was the quarrel between Thomas Becket, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and King Henry II of England, from 1163 to 1170.[1] The controversy culminated with Becket’s murder in 1170,[2] and was followed by Becket’s canonization in 1173 and Henry’s public penance at Canterbury in July 1174.[3]

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/685716/Boris-Johnson-Michael-Gove-Rachel-Johnson-Brexit-EU-referendum-Tory-leadership

She said: “Michael Gove is the man who has said many times that he is prepared to put his principles before his friends, that he will sacrifice anything and anyone on the high altar of his ideology.

But he must see, after what he has done, that he is now cast in the public mind not as a heroic man of conviction, but as a sort of Westminster suicide bomber, whose deadly belt of explosives has been detonated not by his own hand, but by his own wife.

Boris Johnson’s allies have launched a fightback against Michael Gove, drawing up a dossier of evidence that they say proves he is a “Machiavellian psychopath” who had been plotting to knife his friend in order to win the leadership “from the beginning”.

The fraught atmosphere intensified at Westminster, with some of the former Mayor of London’s supporters claiming that Mr Gove was simply a “suicide bomber” who was being used by allies of Prime Minister David Cameron and George Osborne to “take out” their rival.

However, allies of both Mr Gove and Mr Cameron strongly denied that Downing Street had any hand in a plot.

The Prime Minister told friends he was deeply shocked by Mr Gove’s behaviour and felt a sense of sympathy for Mr Johnson.

One friend of the Prime Minister said Mr Cameron was “astounded” by Mr Gove’s actions, but recalled how the Justice Secretary had betrayed him in the referendum campaign.

Mr Cameron believes Mr Gove failed to honour a promise that he would not campaign vigorously for Brexit.

The extraordinary feud between Mr Johnson and Mr Gove ended the former mayor’s leadership bid and has damaged the Justice Secretary’s chances of progressing in the contest. 

With two leading Brexit campaigners suffering from their bitter personal clash, Andrea Leadsom is quickly emerging as the preferred candidate among Tory grandees and Eurosceptics.

On Saturday, she won the private backing of a senior Thatcherite grandee, as well as public support from Lord Tebbit, and Sir William Cash, the chairman of the Commons EU scrutiny select committee. 

Mr Gove has faced accusations of “treachery” since his decision to pull his support for Mr Johnson and stage his own bid for the top job.

He told The Telegraph his confidence in the former London mayor had “evaporated”.

“Over the past week, to my deep regret, my confidence evaporated. That led me to make the difficult decision, at no little cost, to put friendships aside and act in the national interest,” he said.

With levels of support stronger than the combined total of her four rivals, Theresa May appears to be on course to take the keys to No 10.

Appearing on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show today Michael Gove was grilled on why he chose to stand as leader of the party despite first accepting the role of Boris Johnson’s campaign manager. 

Mr Marr accused Mr Gove of “leaving Boris Johnson in the dark” and of publicly humiliating him by making his decision to stand without letting his friend know. 

Explaining his reasons Mr Gove said: “I sought to ring Boris that morning, I spoke to one of his colleagues instead and explained my decision.

“He could not do that job and right until the 11th hour I was talking to parliamentary colleagues and friends seeking to persuade them that Boris could be leader.

“Boris had the opportunity to build a team … and I felt that he did not step up to that challenge and there was a deadline.”

He added: “It would have been a genuine betrayal of principle and of this country to allow Boris’s campaign to go ahead with my support.”

Here is the lament of Black Britannia.

Crybaby Boomers

A Ready-made Poem

by

Jon ‘JoJo’ Presco

But he must see

after what he has done

that he is now cast in the public mind

not as a heroic man of conviction

but as a sort of Westminster suicide bomber

whose deadly belt of explosives

has been detonated

not by his own hand

but by his own wife

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Readymades_of_Marcel_Duchamp

 

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1 Response to Boom Boom Boom Boom

  1. Reblogged this on rosamondpress and commented:

    Posted July 3. I wrote a poem about Brexit and read it in front of Kenny Reed and his jazz band at Moe’s Tavern.

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