THE prime minister is visiting Scotland today, which inevitably means he will insult and alienate an entire nation. Here’s what to expect.
Some ‘our two nations’ bollocks
Johnson will desperately try to find some common bond, fail, and just end up offending everyone. Probably something like: ‘South of the border we love your funny little Scottie dogs, Scotch eggs, and in the great city of Liverpool, they like heroin too!’
A photo opportunity away from angry Scots
Johnson is guaranteed to turn up in an extremely niche business run by a Tory that is not representative of the Scottish economy, eg. a luxury yurt manufacturer. Crucially the staff will have been threatened with the sack if they cause trouble, and will stand there with weak, frightened smiles as if it’s a visit by Kim Jong-un.
Trying to be edgy
Like the overgrown sixth-form twat that he is, Johnson will be unable to resist trying to be edgy. It won’t be ‘watermelon smiles’ in Scotland, but expect something like: ‘I’m here to battle for Britain – not win the Battle of Culloden!’ He will then think he is very clever.
At a press conference, either Laura Kuenssberg or Robert Peston will ask about the death rate back in England, then act like nodding dogs as Johnson assures them ‘We are on top of it, on top, we could not be on-topper’ and Scotland is completely forgotten.
Blathering accompanied by hand gestures
Wrongly believing he is the master of winging it, Johnson will keep jabbing his fists in the air while spouting meaningless platitudes like: ‘Better together is the foundation of the union. Better. Together. Yes. Our union!’
An unfortunate incident
The moment Johnson meets the actual Scottish public, a harmless-looking old lady will wander over and say ‘You’re a f**king posh gobshite. We remember the poll tax ya [expletive deleted].’