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One Might be forgiven for thinking the Half American Toff Johnson has spent some time at the wise guy wise-cracking Knee of the Jive Talking bants king Lionel of Lionel Nation.

The Loquacious, mendacious, and ever erudite linguistic onanist of pseudo aristocratic blarney.

inanition
(ĭn′ə-nĭsh′ən)

n.

  1. Exhaustion, as from lack of nourishment or vitality.
  2. The condition or quality of being empty.
    11:09

I have answered your question there is a glaring lacuna
still, in this debate, we still don’t know I am sorry to say this we still don’t know
There is a vast Inanition an enigma a conundrum Is Jeremy Corbyn going to campaign for the deal he proposes to do or is he going to invite his labour colleagues to destroy the contraption that he has created

Preceding this little flourish by our motor-mouthed Old Etonian Spiv was perhaps what will turn out to be the Biggest Lie of this 2019 election. Etheridge asked if Johnson had perhaps dug himself a Ditch where the Prematurely minted coinage of the sort made by back street counterfeiters, could bury their ill-gotten treasure, spoils, gains , booty, pillage, …. you get the idea? ed.

10:17
pledge on that deadline of December 2020
10:20
or have you dug yourself in A DITCH.

Boris Johnson

yes absolutely.

If De Spaffel had stopped here and directed his answer to the
Last part of Etchingham’s question it might have been a rather more honest serving of word salad.
But no Golden Balls revved up and smirking with relish at his cabotaged payload of New world order bollocks chose to dig in building a system of trenches much as the Donkeys did at the Somme Verdan or other of the killing fields of Flanders, for make no mistake Johnson is a death cult cool-aid junkie and his use of the word “inanition” at the end of his Polemic was telling.

“inanition”
(ĭn′ə-nĭsh′ən)

inanition
[in″ah-nish´un]

the exhausted state due to prolonged undernutrition; starvation.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.
in·a·ni·tion
(in’ă-nish’ŭn),

Severe weakness and wasting as occurs from lack of food, defect in assimilation, or neoplastic disease.
[L. inanis, empty]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
inanition
(ĭn′ə-nĭsh′ən)

n.

  1. Exhaustion, as from lack of nourishment or vitality.
  2. The condition or quality of being empty.
    The American Heritage® Medical Dictionary Copyright © 2007, 2004 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.
    in·a·ni·tion
    (in’ă-nish’ŭn)

Severe weakness and wasting as results from lack of food, defect in assimilation, or neoplastic disease.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
inanition
A state of exhaustion or a bodily disorder arising from lack of any of the nutritional elements such as calories, protein, vitamins, minerals or water.

Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
Pardon me. Men of business do indeed know how they themselves
made their money, or how, on occasion, they lost it. Playing a
long-practised game, they are familiar with the chances of its
cards, and can rightly explain their losses and gains. But they
neither know who keeps the bank of the gambling-house, nor what
other games may be played with the same cards, nor what other
losses and gains, far away among the dark streets, are
essentially, though invisibly, dependent on theirs in the lighted
rooms. They have learned a few, and only a few, of the laws of
mercantile economy; but not one of those of political economy.
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