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Jacob Reese mogg. the only politician I like. then I have mixed opinions on everyone else and strong dislikes.
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For a non Zionist you sure like zionists.

Michael Goves vision for the country is basically the status quo and a whole lot of foreign interventions. So more immigration and unpopular and costly wars to boot. Yay. I’d rather Diane Abbot run the country than that man. At least some of what she wants is popular
You care about Israel too much.
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only ever liked ed milaband, top lad
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I wouldn't oppose anyone else's opinions when Corbyn's on your list.
The man's clueless and simply unelectable. It's scary to think about what could happen if he acquired any sort of power.
The reason I support him is purely for the fact that he wouldn’t get us into any ineccessaru bloody wars which is what ‘mainstream’ politicians have been doing for years.,
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The Howling 'Laud – Maidenhead.

Nigel Knapp – Islington North.

Chinners – Kingston and Surbiton.

Baron Badger – Walton and Esher.

The Iconic Arty Pole – Louth and Horncastle.

The Good Knight Sir Nosdar – Aldridge and Brownhills.

monster raving Looney party all the way.
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The reason I support him is purely for the fact that he wouldn’t get us into any ineccessaru bloody wars which is what ‘mainstream’ politicians have been doing for years.,
So you're a peacenik? War can sometimes be a necessary evil, unless you enjoy bending over and seeing just how hard certain countries can shaft you.
Pacifism doesn't work.
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So you're a peacenik? War can sometimes be a necessary evil, unless you enjoy bending over and seeing just how hard certain countries can shaft you.
Pacifism doesn't work.
This. Most people aren't aware Russia is fighting a war with Ukraine at the moment and has being doing so for several years. Countries have been exercising and deploying more troops at both sides of the Russia border and war may seem far away in Syria but defence is just a necessary evil. If both sides develop arms it's ironically the best way to stop a war breaking out.
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So you're a peacenik? War can sometimes be a necessary evil, unless you enjoy bending over and seeing just how hard certain countries can shaft you.
Pacifism doesn't work.
I’m not a pacifist.

The problem is that the wars we’ve involved ourselves in have been disastrous for this country. Britain And the world would have been far better off not going to war since Napoleons times. If we were getting shafted, then it may be necessary. But we’re not.

We’re going to war because of ‘Human Rights’ abuses, some of which is questionable. If Venezuelans want to live under a failing socialist republic, why in God’s name should Britain start interfering?

The pro war NeoCon movement is a disgusting abomination that needs to be halted before they get us into war with Iran or something
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This. Most people aren't aware Russia is fighting a war with Ukraine at the moment and has being doing so for several years. Countries have been exercising and deploying more troops at both sides of the Russia border and war may seem far away in Syria but defence is just a necessary evil. If both sides develop arms it's ironically the best way to stop a war breaking out.
I fail to see why I or any other U.K. citizen should give a **** if Russia wants to recolonise the Donbas?
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1. Ken Clarke
2. Luciana Berger
3. Dennis Skinner
4. The rest are tossers
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As requested in conjunction with the other thread, please post your six favourite U.K. politicians (alive and in office today) so MPs, MEPs, Mayors, etc.

Last time the ‘least favourite’ thread was far more popular which is to be expected. I think the results of that thread were very interesting and revealing, so hopefully this will be too.


1: Gerald Batten- has helped turn UKIP I not a more nationalist and radical party and save it from the brink.

2: Jeremy Corbyn: Is worth it just for keeping us out of any worthless wars in the Middle East. Principled and anti establishment but just like Donald Trump is slowly being hijacked by the establishment.

3: Ken Clarke: A relic of a time when liberals weren’t completely insane. Completely disagree with his views though I think he’s a good bloke.


4: Philip Davies: one of the few last decent Tories

5: Nadine Dorries: same

6: Dianne Abbot: Hilarious. Is often able to turn your average normie into a raging EDL type, not because they’re ‘waycist’ but because she is rabidly anti white and is thick as mince.
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You care about Israel too much.
He wants to force all UK Jews to go live in Israel. Of course he cares about Israel too much.
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1. Jeremy Corbyn - Despite disagreeing with the majority of his policies, i believe he has admirable quality of never insulting his opponents. If only the rest of the House of Commons would quit acting like children.
2. Nigel Farage - Has dedicated 25 years of his life to ensuring the UK's exit from the EU, genuine person, always stands his ground.
3. Dennis Skinner - Yet another genuine person, the type who cannot be bought by anyone ( trade union, wealthy individuals etc).
4. Daniel Hannan - Put together, articulate, one of the individuals who led me to becoming a euroskeptic.
5. Jacob Rees-Moog - Floccinaucinihilipilification.
6. Sajid David - Finally a conservative attempting to implement good policies on policing & immigration.
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I’m not a pacifist.

The problem is that the wars we’ve involved ourselves in have been disastrous for this country. Britain And the world would have been far better off not going to war since Napoleons times. If we were getting shafted, then it may be necessary. But we’re not.

We’re going to war because of ‘Human Rights’ abuses, some of which is questionable. If Venezuelans want to live under a failing socialist republic, why in God’s name should Britain start interfering?

The pro war NeoCon movement is a disgusting abomination that needs to be halted before they get us into war with Iran or something
Erm Venezuelan people don't want to live under a failing socialist Republic, it's just that the current "leader" has control of their army.
Your argument against all wars is a pretty weak one, both world wars were totally justified, albeit the tactics employed in WW1 in particular were shocking, and you would have simply allowed Argentina to invade and capture British territory, displacing British citizens? Most strange.
Sometimes wars were unavoidable and very necessary.
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He wants to force all UK Jews to go live in Israel. Of course he cares about Israel too much.
Why? They are generally wealthy and don't do much.

I assume he wants other immigrant groups like Muslims gone too.
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Erm Venezuelan people don't want to live under a failing socialist Republic, it's just that the current "leader" has control of their army.
Your argument against all wars is a pretty weak one, both world wars were totally justified, albeit the tactics employed in WW1 in particular were shocking, and you would have simply allowed Argentina to invade and capture British territory, displacing British citizens? Most strange.
Sometimes wars were unavoidable and very necessary.
Maduro is the elected leader of Venezuela. Would you like it if someone invaded us and put Corbyn in power? If things were that bad they would have voted him out, but they didn’t. This is yet another attempt of the US to take out one of Russia’s allies.

Neither world wars were necessary or justified and have destroyed Britain’s Place and standing in the world. If the soldiers who fought in them looked at the state of Britain today they wouldn’t have bothered/ would have defected to Germany

No, the Falkland war was justified. I have no problem with Britain DEFENDING itself or it’s overseas territory, although tbh I dont really care about a few tiny islands thousands of miles away.

What I do have a problem with is Britain sticking its nose in to other countries business on bogus humanitarian grounds for another countries interest (zionists) and this being somehow patriotic.
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Why? They are generally wealthy and don't do much.

I assume he wants other immigrant groups like Muslims gone too.
Ha ha, they do quite a lot actually, especially with that wealth of theirs through lobbying for msss immigration, foreign wars on their behalf, extreme social liberalism and other measures designed to advance their people and damage ours. They’ve always been like this, that’s ehy theyve been kicked out of so many countries.

Yes, but I’d rather import a hundred Pakistanis than one Jew, on average the long term consequences will be far less severe
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Maduro is the elected leader of Venezuela. Would you like it if someone invaded us and put Corbyn in power? If things were that bad they would have voted him out, but they didn’t. This is yet another attempt of the US to take out one of Russia’s allies.

Neither world wars were necessary or justified and have destroyed Britain’s Place and standing in the world. If the soldiers who fought in them looked at the state of Britain today they wouldn’t have bothered/ would have defected to Germany

No, the Falkland war was justified. I have no problem with Britain DEFENDING itself or it’s overseas territory, although tbh I dont really care about a few tiny islands thousands of miles away.

What I do have a problem with is Britain sticking its nose in to other countries business on bogus humanitarian grounds for another countries interest (zionists) and this being somehow patriotic.
I disagree vehemently with you with regards WW1 & 2 however with regards Iraq, Afghanistan etc then I agree shouldn't have got involved.
Maduro is clinging onto whatever power he can, do you think that they are on the brink of civil war in Venezuela just for shits and giggles?
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I disagree vehemently with you with regards WW1 & 2 however with regards Iraq, Afghanistan etc then I agree shouldn't have got involved.
Maduro is clinging onto whatever power he can, do you think that they are on the brink of civil war in Venezuela just for shits and giggles?
I think you only disagree with me due to sentimentality and years of propaganda. Both lead to catastrophic loss of life, the loss of the British Empire and Britain’s bankruptcy, the spiritual death of Western Europe , and the imposition of Communism over half the globe all based on the damnable lie that Hitler wanted to invade Britain. General Patton says it best, we fought the wrong war.

Now we are having our freedom stripped from
Us by a cosmopolitan elite and are literally getting demographically replaced by the third world.

As for Venezuela, no I think they are on the brink of civil war because of CIA instigating it and trying to smuggle in guns to no doubt ‘moderate’ rebels. These are the same people that set up isis and staged fake gas attacks in Syria.
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I think you only disagree with me due to sentimentality and years of propaganda. Both lead to catastrophic loss of life, the loss of the British Empire and Britain’s bankruptcy, the spiritual death of Western Europe , and the imposition of Communism over half the globe all based on the damnable lie that Hitler wanted to invade Britain. General Patton says it best, we fought the wrong war.

Now we are having our freedom stripped from
Us by a cosmopolitan elite and are literally getting demographically replaced by the third world.

As for Venezuela, no I think they are on the brink of civil war because of CIA instigating it and trying to smuggle in guns to no doubt ‘moderate’ rebels. These are the same people that set up isis and staged fake gas attacks in Syria.
Nothing to do with sentimentality, it was the right thing to do at the time.
And the Venezuelan crisis is all down to the US of A ? You do like a conspiracy theory don't you.
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I think you only disagree with me due to sentimentality and years of propaganda. Both lead to catastrophic loss of life, the loss of the British Empire and Britain’s bankruptcy, the spiritual death of Western Europe , and the imposition of Communism over half the globe all based on the damnable lie that Hitler wanted to invade Britain. General Patton says it best, we fought the wrong war.

Now we are having our freedom stripped from
Us by a cosmopolitan elite and are literally getting demographically replaced by the third world.

As for Venezuela, no I think they are on the brink of civil war because of CIA instigating it and trying to smuggle in guns to no doubt ‘moderate’ rebels. These are the same people that set up isis and staged fake gas attacks in Syria.
Nothing wrong with those who come from the third world assuming they are the more civilised ones. Unfortunately though, most of those who migrate here in such a short span of time turn out to also be those who are useless, exploitative of the tax-payer, entitled and are just not at all civilised. Compare a muslim coming via a plane who give their child a place where they can live among those of a better and more civilised society than their homeland to those who just look ugly and come for the welfare benefits and decent housing and nothing more.

But yeah, the rate of immigration is a problem, for both natives and legals, as well as their descendants.

In regards to Venezuela, they are on the brink of war due to political corruption and crappy quality of life; the CIA is just there to help make things worse.
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