A Very Prime Ministerial Narcissist

Mr Johnson won the leadership election and his March onwards continues!

Boris Johnson

69 thoughts on “A Very Prime Ministerial Narcissist

  1. Another Cat says:

    … I must say I’m surprised, HG, that the chair of the EU, Ursula von der Leyen (I issue a preventative apology for my spelling), seemingly Nonnarc, got a good deal negotiating with Greater narcissist Boris Johnson.

    At least, all media seems to agree that the EU got the better deal in the Brexit. It must have suited him to stop the conflict, or… was she simply the smarter one?

  2. alexissmith2016 says:

    Does dangerous = intelligence though? I had initially taken it to mean that. But his leadership skills are highly questionable. well from my perspective they are.

    Whilst I am absolutely not a lover of Margaret Thatcher. No way! she had leadership skills, she would never have allowed this to happen in her heyday. She would have taken it by the balls, kept the country and its healthcare system running as effectively as possible.

    Quite frankly Dave Lewis, CEO of Tesco (a shop similar to walmart I believe) has done a far better job of managing what was within his realms. Even he was a little slow to react, but how quicjly did he get screens delivered to all of its 7000 stores across the UK coupled with a system to social distance shoppers and staff not forgetting gloves. handgel and sprays suitable for a non-clinical environment in comparison to how quickly the government has really done well…pretty much anything.

    Dave Lewis for PM! Trump did it…

  3. Violetta says:

    I should’ve thought BoJo couldn’t be any worse than Blair, but I could be wrong about that. I hope I am not.

    Where is the post on Brexit?

  4. AnneB says:

    Hi H.G.,
    Would you be able to analyse Kevin Rudd, ex PM of Australia? If you were to compile a book/series of such historical analyses if possible could you include this person? With admiration and appreciation for your work which I believe is acting as a catalyst for saving my life/self. I am aiming to use Narc Detector to kick start LT and get my ET under control in the near future – my resistance to the truth of what has happened to me has been cracked thanks to your work.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Hi AnneB, I have made a note, thank you.

      1. AnneB says:

        Thank you H.G.

      2. zwartbolleke says:

        Mr Tudor, are you known with the political situation in Malta? Have you ever heard of the case John Dalli? Are you interested in making “a very political narcissist” regarding John Dalli? Malta is truly the ultimate darkhole of corrupt European politics, ultimately resulting in the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia.

        There is also a Danish documentary of John Dalli, it was an eye opener for me, since I never saw the plot twist coming… (The John Dalli Mystery https://youtu.be/kJumunvxmHQ) I saw it several years ago but it never left my mind.

        I’m sorry I am aware your to do list is extremely long and growing every day.

        1. HG Tudor says:

          Thank you, I have made a note.

  5. Renarde says:

    Had to share. Yesterday I heard Parliament described as ‘Castle Greyskull’.

    Havnt stopped laughing since.

  6. EmP says:

    HG, I was revisiting some old comments of yours (I love doing that every now and then) and I found out that you had predicted the future election of “the demagogue Boris Johnson” back in June 2016. WOW.
    You also said that leavers would get their wish yes, but get more than they bargained for.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      I knows me stuff you know!!

      1. EmP says:

        I know! It still impresses me though.

        1. Renarde says:

          Me too! I did not know that!

  7. A383 says:

    HG, with some of the finest European minds unable to come up with a workable alternative to the Irish backstop,
    Johnson breezes in this week with talk of “checks away from the border, electronic pre-clearing and trusted trader schemes,” supremely confident in his own ability to come up with an alternative solution in a mere 30 days – for me a classic example of the narcissist’s delusional thinking. And just like May, he looks out of place even among his “own kind.”

    I say the EU should call his bluff on this one – give Johnson and the DUP their hard/no deal Brexit – he’ll go down in history as the British Prime Minister who finally united Ireland but being the narcissist he is, he’ll try to take credit for it, like he meant for it to happen all along.

    There really is no winning with them.

    It’s madness HG. x

    1. HG Tudor says:


  8. Cindy says:

    I would like to extend my deepest sympathies to the good people across the pond for their newly elected PM.
    Keep him away from the bear and the dictator and all should go smoothly.
    Remember, it won’t last forever.

  9. Eva says:

    Charles J Haughey was Prime Minister in Ireland during the 1980s. He was always going on about how as a nation ‘we were living way beyond our means and should tighten our belts’.
    It was later revealed how he spent thousands on fine wine and food and went on expensive shopping trips to Paris. It was also discovered that he had a mistress for 30 years!

    1. Renarde says:

      That’s a lovely historical fact Eva!

  10. Lara says:

    Hello HG 🙂

    Is it possible to identify a narcissist by the face?

    Thank you!!

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Yes if it’s Boris Johnson’s face, it’s a narcissist.

  11. NarcAngel says:

    Christ. Imagine looking down into that oral face.

  12. Iris says:

    HG; any world leaders who aren’t narcissists??

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Tough one that, leave it with me.

      1. strongerwendyme says:

        What about Stephen Miller? Seems he is running the Trunp show.

        1. HG Tudor says:

          I have not analysed him.

          1. MommyPino says:

            HG I would love to read an article by you on an empath world leader even if it’s a historical and long dead person. I need to read something inspirational.

          2. Getting There says:

            I like that idea, mommypino! I wonder if Abraham Lincoln was an empath.

          3. MommyPino says:

            Getting There, He would be an amazing subject of an article. His empathic traits were very strong. He was well known for honesty and decency. But he also known for narcissistic traits like being very competitive. He is definitely one of the most interesting historical figures.

          4. Getting There says:

            Mommypino, I agree. He risked career and life to help others. I would be interested in learning if he was one and what kind, if so. Maybe a Super Empath?
            It would be nice to see that empaths can reach levels that mostly narcissists reach.

          5. MommyPino says:

            Getting There, I think so too, he may have been a Super Empath. He has definitely reached amazing success, although I wonder if the political process and environment at that time was less narcissistic than today and so people who have empathy are still able to continue to be a part of the system and compete well.

          6. Getting There says:

            Mommypino, I wonder how many of our presidents could actually be categorized as an empath. I would hope at least 10. Sadly I believe that only self centered people would now run as no one else would risk their family and friends having to endure the headache and heartache that comes from the dirty playing during the election period. Maybe if we stopped making it a lucrative career for the politicians and lobbyist, we may find more empaths in office.

      2. Iris says:

        Thank you HG 🙂 I have a feeling it could take you some time!

      3. cb says:

        Pope Francis seems like a classic careful empath.

        Emanuel Macron a quite alright fella?

        1. HG Tudor says:

          I’m inclined to agree re the Pope.

          1. MommyPino says:

            HG, Was Pope John Paul II an empath? I really loved him when he was alive.

          2. HG Tudor says:


          3. cb says:

            … and then comes the burning question which is left.

          4. cb says:

            But I do respect Benedict Ratzinger for resigning which I believe is the empathic thing to do. No matter what he is.

          5. MommyPino says:

            Yesss!!!! Thank you so much!!! You made my day!!!!

          6. MommyPino says:

            I bet Pope JPII was a mix of Savior and Magnet. He was so amazingly magnetic and adorable. When he went to my home country my friend and I were watching him on TV and she is a Seventh Day Adventist and she told me that he is an anti-Christ. But we just kept watching and she started to smile at the little gestures that he did and then she couldn’t stop smiling and watching him. She told me that she can’t stop herself from liking him. When he looked at somebody he had this inner light in his smile and he looked at people like he was always seeing something good in them.

        2. zwartbolleke says:

          Emmanuel Macron is a psychopath for sure… oh my god his eyes…. Would not like to meet him alone without protection… he scares me a lot, he gives me a very uncomfortable feeling…
          It’s the eyes of a very very dangerous heartless man, no empathy, no soul… brrr…

          HG I asked you so many times, I am soo curious, what do you know about Macron and Theresa May, are they both psychopaths?
          They both have that cold frightening dead stare

          1. Renarde says:


            Intriguing name! Anyway, Macron pretty sure hes just yer standard Middle. Ditto May.

            I perceive them as idiots. If for no only reason that at least in May’s case, they can’t drive a deal. That’s because they lack awareness. You simply could not say that of Thatcher. Or Churchill.

          2. zwartbolleke says:


            Intriguing name! Anyway, Macron pretty sure hes just yer standard Middle. Ditto May.

            I perceive them as idiots. If for no only reason that at least in May’s case, they can’t drive a deal. That’s because they lack awareness. You simply could not say that of Thatcher. Or Churchill.”

            Thank you Renarde for your time to answer!

            About the name: I made it several years ago when my cat was still alive, it is Dutch for: black sweetheart. She passed away august this year. But I’m not ready yet to change the name.

      4. zwartbolleke says:

        Jacinda Ardern? (New Zealand)
        I hope it’s not all fake…

        1. Cat b says:

          zwartbolleke, I guess I could have noticed the red flag of Macron’s very focused and nonhumble eyes.

          Plus one which is almost hallmark. When there is a huge age-difference between spouses, 20 yrs or more, one of the two is usually a narc. Either the older, or the younger.

          Have learnt through the years from HG that they like to approach empaths who don’t know the narc’s Natural Environment: how this person is around family and friends and aquaintances. And being of a very different age group is one of the tools for this.

          1. zwartbolleke says:

            Have you noticed a year ago (or more?) ‘the battle’ between him and Trump regarding the shaking hands? He was holding the hand of Trump in a firm grip such an extended time that it became akward to watch. Trump was trying to get his hand back but Macron excercised such a firm grip he could’nt get away! Ha ha, it takes a special kind of person to ‘win that battle’ !

          2. Cat b says:

            Oh I’m sure Macron now afterwards prefers that interpretation of the long handshake.

            I youtube googled the scene you described, and all I saw was a starstruck Frenchman sucking up to the big bully. “See how friendly I am with the president of the United States? We’re cloooose.”

            But you’re right. No matter how I interpreted it: It takes a weird one to pull that handshake off.

          3. zwartbolleke says:

            “Oh I’m sure Macron now afterwards prefers that interpretation of the long handshake.

            I youtube googled the scene you described, and all I saw was a starstruck Frenchman sucking up to the big bully. “See how friendly I am with the president of the United States? We’re cloooose.”

            But you’re right. No matter how I interpreted it: It takes a weird one to pull that handshake off.”

            I’m sorry Cat b, for some (unintended) reason I never saw your reply until now.

            I have a bit of an obsession with Macron. I live in a neighbouring country so he is all over our newsfeed as well, and I get so f*cked up over the journalist all blinded for the man behind the mask.
            And since I have no evidence I can do nothing but remain silent.
            (and repeatedly ask Mr Tudor but still no luck on that!)

  13. Bubbles 🍾 says:

    Dear Mr Tudor,
    What are “your” thoughts on Boris winning
    Luv Bubbles xx 😘

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Buy gold.

      1. Desirée says:

        “Buy gold” haha, wiser words have never been spoken. There’s a canadian jeweler that designs 24k gold and platinum investment jewelry. If anyone feels the need to have their money “close to their heart” from now on. I’m personally more interested now in trying to figure out what stocks to buy…or sell.

        1. foolme1time says:

          About the stocks, my thoughts exactly! 🤷‍♀️

      2. strongerwendyme says:

        Or bananas!

        …tip your waitresses… il be here all week… 😉

      3. Bubbles 🍾 says:

        Dear Mr Tudor,
        Haha.. good answer
        Ever thought of running for PM yourself ?
        Luv Bubbles xx 😘

      4. Bubbles 🍾 says:

        Dear Mr Tudor,
        I’ve just come across pure “gold”…….
        Jon Culshaws impersonation of BoJo
        Luv Bubbles xx 😘

      5. Renarde says:

        I wish I had the money!

        Hmm. Do you perceive HG that we will see a sharp correction on the FTSE and the Pound on the 31st?

  14. Changed says:

    Not surprising news, yet no less disheartening to hear yet another narcissist has gained a position of power on the world stage. As if Trump wasn’t a terrible enough pox on the world all by himself. Makes me wish everyone was following you, HG, to understand and appreciate these are not bumbling ‘clowns’ and ‘fools’- they are ‘crazy like a fox.” and intentionally create chaos and do real, substantial damage for their gain. Our very ideals of democracy are being slowly eroded, our very planet is at risk, yet so many in the US minimize this abuse mostly due to the constant barrage of insults, lies and manipulations. I continue to resist as the next election cycle begins, but am anxious concerning the outcome as the overall awareness seems to be waning. The narcissists capitalize on this madness and our ignorance. (I am ordinarily not prone to making ‘political comments’, as I find ‘the game’ of politics abhorrent- but in my opinion, these are extraordinary times)

  15. Christopher Jackson says:

    Damn sounds like the narcs are on the rise in this free world hg…thanks for bringing awareness to this subject.i guess the next question is how do we stop narcs that are in power like trump and all of the other ones?

    1. cb says:

      That takes some ooompf. People are usually a bit scared to go against a narc, fire him/her from the workplace, move him away from office, face him.

  16. Caroline R says:

    Your insights with regard to Jeremy Hunt would have been equally entertaining.
    I had him pegged as one from N-club too.
    He wasn’t in Boris’ league though, he seemed to lack charm, and his dead-eyed stare that was lampooned so often in photos on ‘The Last Leg’ was quite creepy.

  17. Alexissmith2016 says:

    And how will Jezza be feeling right now HG?

    I’m guessing he’ll be doing to off the scale stuff to address the wounding.

    Would he have actually thought he was In With a chance though?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Of course otherwise why contest it?

      1. Alexissmith2016 says:

        Just unbelievable how they don’t see it. Truly.

        I was in a bar once I won’t say where or name who, but an ex very important person was there completely smashed out of their face, on their own and having to literally prop themselves up on the wall.

        I imagine jezza (no idea if he drinks) but could well end up in a similar situation. Either that or he’ll be pulling the orange stunt later lol

        1. Renarde says:

          Very well observed Alexis.

  18. Kiki says:

    Boris Johnson’s father quote

    Oh we just have to deal with this small technical problem called Brexit that everyone is obsessed with “

    WHAT ??????
    Is this idiot from another planet or did he just crawl out from a darkened cave where he ate moss or something for last few years


    1. HG Tudor says:


    2. Presque Vu says:

      Aww I thought Stanley was hilarious in I’m a Celeb – he was my favourite!
      He was full of blunders like this

  19. Presque Vu says:

    He gave that half slurped ice cream to a women in the crowd who asked for it – she finished it off.
    Mmmm yummy.

    1. MB says:

      Ewwww PV! Love that pic, HG.

      In the article you said he was dangerous HG. You’ve stated that you would prefer a narcissist surgeon. Should they stay away from the realm of politics? Or is it just this particular narcissist that’s dangerous?

      I don’t know if it will make you all feel any better or not, but not a single thing in my day to day life has changed since Trump has been office. What do our choices for world leaders say about us? (Of course we can only choose between the small selection put before us.)

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