Many residents of London, England are fascinated by American politics, and we see things from a different perspective from those who live and work in the greatest country on earth. Those of us who follow your political news encourage Americans to keep it that way by speaking out. Always defend your constitutional rights.
It’s always prudent to look both ways when discussing the two continents facing each other across the Atlantic. What happens over there, usually next happens here.
Like a mirror, the U.K. has a left-wing party in the shape of the ‘libturd demo-rats.” We have “ice-pick wielding” Trotskyites in the Labour party. The “front bench” which is the Prime Minister’s cabinet and all other Ministers has the support of 400,000 subscribers, keeping opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn in power.
Behind him are the moderates, unable to rein him and his lefties in. Demo-rats and the British Labour party both believe in uncontrolled immigration, because it secures left wing voters forever. Both believe in giving our wealth away to strangers.
The economies in Europe are on the downturn. Germany’s massive welfare bill to Muslim migrants lured over a million of them into their country and has cost Germany considerable social and financial harm. Mrs. Angela Merkel, who we suspect has Parkinson’s, still denies that she was responsible for the social unrest in Germany.
On the bright side The U.K.’s new Prime Minister will probably be Boris Johnson. He is much like Donald Trump but a bit more to the left. He does promise to pull the U.K. out of the European Union, even without a “deal” if necessary.
Just like in the U.S., the British press hates Donald Trump, except The Sun. Middle-class is mostly liberal and have no fondness for Trump but the working class love him so much, they would steal him from America if they could.
Londoners are pleased that dirt-bag Jeffrey Epstein has finally been caught. For years we have been furious he got away with what Bill Clinton and the other weirdos did on their visits to the “little island of St. James.”
Then there are your four crazies in Congress. Europe at present is split. The rise of popularism has given determination and stoicism to those on the left.
In some cases, they are fighting dirty like the Demo-rats in your country. However, the word racism is rarely used in political debate.
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European politicians have a far better understanding of what the word means and its ramifications. Race is a touchy subject and you have to be accurate and succinct when debating matters of religion or race.
There are many guilty nations in Europe who have not forgiven themselves for their actions during the war. In a form of abstract “reparations,” they beat themselves up over their history.
From London England I wish you well.