The shock and horror released in equal amounts over last weekend when Boris Johnson officially announced his intention to stand for the leadership of the Conservative party, has subsided, but sinister uncertainties are now surrounding Mr Johnson, and what might happen if he wins.
Opponents of the current Prime Minister, Theresa May, say that, after her, nothing could be as bad again, but they are now rethinking that position after Mr Johnson threw his hat into the ring.
Boris Johnson, the MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip, was born in New York as Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, and had a marvellous education in Brussels.
Later, he read classics at Oxford, then worked at The Times newspaper, where he was sacked for falsifying a quote, a bit like we do, but, please, let's face facts, everybody, he was working for The Times.
Under strict TheSpoof.com guidelines, I am not allowed to defame Herr Johnson's character, but some people think he is a Nazi.
His shock of blond hair is merely a consequence of birth, but adds to his Aryan outlook, which is ominous for those without the requisite hair colour and blue eyes. Johnson has shown, in no uncertain terms, his opinions on foreigners, and can safely be relied upon to 'deal with' them should he become Tory party leader.
You have been warned.