Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 1 month ago

As a british conservative, would you have voted for Trump if he ran in the UK?

Many if you don't really seem conservatives to me, support mass immigration and the "multiculturalism" bullshit pushed by the far left to delete britain, support killing babies and oppose death penalty, are there real conservatives?

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  • 1 month ago

    Don't believe the news media most Brits and Europeans like Trumps ideology.  Just spend some time in pubs in the UK. 

  • TSK
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    1 month ago

    British Tories tend to be stupid but are not that stupid...

  • 1 month ago

    Trump would not and could not get elected in the UK.

    For a start the Conservative Party would never have selected him as their leader. Anyone who believes Boris Johnson is even slightly similar to Trump has not been paying attention. The first person to give him the same attributes was Trump himself and that was only because of his usual self-aggrandisement. Unlike Trump, Boris does not have authoritarian desires, due to the fact his political hero (who he has written biographies of) is Churchill. Despite the persona he has created for himself of being a bumbling eccentric (so people underestimate him) he is highly intelligent - another difference to Trump.

    The voting public would not stomach Trump either. The British don't like extremes in their politics or politicians. There is a long history of opposition to it. Any PM who behaved the way Trump has would find themselves quickly booted from office from the pressure of the public to their local MP's to call a vote of "no confidence" in the House.

    Also, anti-abortion and pro-capital punishment have never been major issues with British Conservatives. That's more UKIP territory - and look what happened to them and the laughable Nigel Farage. The public soon gave them short shrift.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    No I want Dominic Raab to be leader. He is the best of a really bad bunch!

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  • 1 month ago

    Many ex Labour supporters did vote for our very own 'watered down' version of Trump, ie Boris Johnson.  He's possibly not as bad as Trump, but he and his Government have made all sorts of mistakes during Covoid-19, ie not shutting our borders back in February, not insisting that all travellers returning to the UK must self isolate or even forcing them into Isolation Centres, like they did with the people from Cruise ships.

    The most recent information of banning families and friends from meeting together, but allowing strangers to get drunk in Pubs, knowing that all drunk people have no sense of social distancing or washing hands etc.

    You are an ignorant idiot if you think that Multicultural Cities are 'deleting' Britain, do you really not know your British History and who we are?  We are made up of mainly Vikings, (especially east coast England and Scotland), plus all the slaves our Aristocracy relied on to the **** jobs.  Plus your forgetting the countless times that the British Government sent adverts in desperation to foreign workers, when  we didn't have the 'manpower', to fill front line jobs.

    Do the world a favour and evolve, into a tolerant decent person.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Brits voted for a Trump clone, Boorish Johnson. He handled the Corona Virus just as bad as Trump is doing. Brits just spent millions on masks they cannot use and records show that lots of contracts were awarded to companies that have no background making the products they are now told to make. There seems to be as much cronyism in Boorish Johnson's administration as there is in Trump's

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    I wouldn't have voted for that POS anywhere.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Ann Widdecombe must be your pin up babe

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