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Every so often I get messages from people on here saying they are reactionaries or High Tories like myself. This is good it means I have people who believe similar or the same things as me. However they are all men and I find it a bit rubbish to be honest. Like on Facebook groups and pages it is always a sausage fest just men posting and no female opinions or point of view. Also I would prefer to meet and go out with someone with similar views to me, so I get very disappointed when there is literally no women my age who have views like mine. So this means I either have to go after Liberals or women who aren't interested in politics at all. Which means debate/arguments or nothing to talk about. I have also came across no Anglicans online, they are all Catholics, Non-Conformists or Muslims. I mean come on there are 3 million practicing Anglicans in Britain why can't some of them decent looking women, about my age with similar believes to mine.

Anyone got any idea's on how I could meet some people like me either politically or religiously or both?

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(Original post by william walker)
Every so often I get messages from people on here saying they are reactionaries or High Tories like myself. This is good it means I have people who believe similar or the same things as me. However they are all men and I find it a bit rubbish to be honest. Like on Facebook groups and pages it is always a sausage fest just men posting and no female opinions or point of view. Also I would prefer to meet and go out with someone with similar views to me, so I get very disappointed when there is literally no women my age who have views like mine. So this means I either have to go after Liberals or women who aren't interested in politics at all. Which means debate/arguments or nothing to talk about. I have also came across no Anglicans online, they are all Catholics, Non-Conformists or Muslims. I mean come on there are 3 million practicing Anglicans in Britain why can't some of them decent looking women, about my age with similar believes to mine.

Anyone got any idea's on how I could meet some people like me either politically or religiously or both?

This is not good at all.
I'm sure there are plenty of women with those views - unfortunately, our liberal society has very much taken a turn for the worst with movements such as feminism and socialism rife in Britain.

Try the States - you'll probably be a lot more lucky there!
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I'm sure there are plenty of women with those views - unfortunately, our liberal society has very much taken a turn for the worst with movements such as feminism and socialism rife in Britain.

Try the States - you'll probably be a lot more lucky there!
I am not sure there are any to be honest. I have tried looking on this forum, other forum's and social media, no body has been their. No I don't blame socialism or feminism. I blame Catholic emancipation after the threat from France was removed with the victory in the Napoleonic wars and the increased economic liberalism within Britain and the Empire throughout the 1800's. It is these trends which undercut the power of the Church of England, Monarchy and Aristocracy in Britain. Then followed the loss of 1.4 million male British subjects in 31 years with WW1 and WW2, then the Suez Crisis and giving up of the Empire, then joining the EU. Feminism and Socialism don't really matter compared to these events which increased the power of Liberalism and Liberal institutions in Britain.

Indeed I have looked at the American Loyalist groups and websites, but it is the same as all the others. Just men or older women.

Seriously I just want to talk to a woman like me for once. It is very frustrating not being able to find someone.
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Whenever I feel it's hard to meet like-minded people I put it down to me being a bit too awkward or intense.

But, now that you mention it, I think 19th century Europe has to take its fair share of the blame.
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Whenever I feel it's hard to meet like-minded people I put it down to me being a bit too awkward or intense.

But, now that you mention it, I think 19th century Europe has to take its fair share of the blame.
I know thousands of like minded people. Just not one of them is a women about my age who is an Anglican. I always feel like there is something missing when I am talking to people and I say that I love the Church of England, they can't feel the same ways as me, they don't understand it. People never understand when I make arguments in general because of it. I just feel there is something missing or lacking in my life because it. Like there is nobody I would want to date or get married to because of it. I am not awkward or intense, if people want to talk about I can talk about it, if not then we talk about something else. Just it is something I want to talk about is all.

I don't know a lot about Europe, I haven't done the research and I can't because I only speak and understand English. However I know Britain and geopolitical trends so I know why Britain is the way it is now. It isn't because of cultural Marxism, Socialism or feminism. Ideas and people don't have power institutions do. The ongoing power struggle in Britain since the restoration in 1660 has been between High Tory institutions and Whig institutions. With the High Tories being in a stronger position for 170 years from the Restoration to the great reform acts in the late 1820's and early 1830's, ending with the dissolution of the Tory party in 1834.
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Try to be more open minded and find interests outside of politics?
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The problem with our society is that people tend to hide their political belief in order to avoid raising arguments with their political counterpart (especially online, especially non-lefties). Plus, having a conversation with a different-minded person might be more challenging and interesting.

As for religion, one can understand your belief regardless of theirs. Coming from a multi-religious family, coexistence is possible.


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Try to be more open minded and find interests outside of politics?
What do you mean?

I am open minded I know a decent amount about a great many things. I have interests outside politics which I can talk with people about. I have been talking with people on here since the turn of the year. However I know it is pointless in any romantic sense as they aren't the same as me. I never feel anything more for anyone than just online friends. It doesn't matter what we talk about or how much we talk, it just feels a bit fake or naff. I never have any urge or desire to meet them in person or know them in real life.

I have really tried to change or alter my views. I watch Liberal, Communist, Atheist, secularist, Libertarian and so on views on Youtube and watch lectures from these positions. However in the end I know my Loyalist, Reactionary and High Tory views are correct and better for Britain in its present position.
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(Original post by william walker)
What do you mean?

I am open minded I know a decent amount about a great many things. I have interests outside politics which I can talk with people about. I have been talking with people on here since the turn of the year. However I know it is pointless in any romantic sense as they aren't the same as me. I never feel anything more for anyone than just online friends. It doesn't matter what we talk about or how much we talk, it just feels a bit fake or naff. I never have any urge or desire to meet them in person or know them in real life.

I have really tried to change or alter my views. I watch Liberal, Communist, Atheist, secularist, Libertarian and so on views on Youtube and watch lectures from these positions. However in the end I know my Loyalist, Reactionary and High Tory views are correct and better for Britain in its present position.
Don't try and influence your self with Marxist,communist or socialist rubbish!
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Don't try and influence your self with Marxist,communist or socialist rubbish!
I am not trying to influence myself with it. I am trying to understand their arguments and see if they have any merit when it comes to Britain. However they never do, as they are internationalist ideologies. They aren't British.
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The problem with our society is that people tend to hide their political belief in order to avoid raising arguments with their political counterpart (especially online, especially non-lefties). Plus, having a conversation with a different-minded person might be more challenging and interesting.

As for religion, one can understand your belief regardless of theirs. Coming from a multi-religious family, coexistence is possible.


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Yeah but I don't. I know I am right, so I want other people to know what I know. I get a lot of slime chucked at me because I stand and say what is true. You know bigot, racist, (my favourite) closet racist, xenophobic, homophobic, Islamophobic and so on and so forth. This then puts other people off talking to me also. Plus I am a member of UKIP and people think UKIP is terrible for some reason. I can get passed all this and still like people, find them very interesting and enjoy talking to them. However I don't want anything more from them. So when I have spent weeks or months talking with someone and I don't feel any different about them. It gets me down I guess.

No they can't understand it. They can't get the same feeling in their heart, bones and very being I get. I can't share these feelings with them. Coming from a Non-conformist Protestant family where both my parents are members of the same sect and met at a religious gathering of said sect I know their relationship is much more secure because of it.
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IMO it looks like you pin too much of your identity and purpose on religion and political views... If you are serious about finding love and not just an arrangement then you will have to transcend all that. Don't block your blessings it seems you are creating a very narrow path for someone to squeeze into. I get wanting to find someone on the same wavelength but expecting a mirror image is going to be one hell of a search. Take off the layers and you will see we all have more in common than we do that separates it's not just 'us' and 'them'.
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IMO it looks like you pin too much of your identity and purpose on religion and political views... If you are serious about finding love and not just an arrangement then you will have to transcend all that. Don't block your blessings it seems you are creating a very narrow path for someone to squeeze into. I get wanting to find someone on the same wavelength but expecting a mirror image is going to be one hell of a search. Take off the layers and you will see we all have more in common than we do that separates it's not just 'us' and 'them'.
I have actually tried incredibly hard to talk and get on with people who have different views from me. I like then and can be friends with them, but I don't want anything more from them. So it is just the way I feel, I can't have that sort of love or attraction for someone who I can't share my religious belief and political views with.
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