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THE PRESIDENT WILL BE SO WELCOME

By Pete Moore On July 11th, 2018

The media fifth columnists are about to shame the nation once again. Over the next few days they’ll portray President Trump as divisive and unpopular and his visit as “controversial”. Reporting their own prejudices as news is what they do. They lie, cheat and deceive all the time. The American commie press will do the same of course. They’ll tell Americans that Trump is unpopular here and unwelcome. Don’t believe it.

Many Britons welcome his visit. Not for the first time, it’s the crass and insensitive middle classes who who will let the nation down. They smeer at working class culture. They think it’s horrid. They wouldn’t be seen dead in the Jameson pub in London, for instance, temporarily renamed The Trump Arms. But that’s the kind of welcome one of the great presidents deserves.

27 Responses to “THE PRESIDENT WILL BE SO WELCOME”

  1. Pete, that is a nice picture to see. I don’t think a pub owner in the US would dare do it!

  2. Charles –

    By tonight London liberals will have firebombed it, to show how tolerant and compassionate they are.

  3. Don’t show that photo to the antifa meth heads

  4. More of the ‘antifa’ bogeymen:

    https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-features/untold-story-syria-antifa-platoon-666159/

  5. Probably a lot of Americans have a wrong view of how Trump is seen in Europe, and probably also by the rest of the world. (I’m talking about the broad band of sanity in the middle, not the loons at either end)

    He isn’t so much hated as laughed at, not considered so much a tyrant as a clown. He doesn’t annoy people much (unless you happen to be a politican) or even embarrass them (unless you happen to be an American).

    I’m out on the town tonight to watch the England-Croatia game. I’d bet anything you like that if I mentioned the name Trump to 10 people I meet, not one will show anything like anger; the first and only reaction will be the faces lighting up with a smile when they remember his latest foolishness.

    People are secure enough to see this latest US president as pure entertainment.

  6. Spot on Noel – Trump is viewed by most ordinary people here much more for his character as a focus for humorous and comedic conversation than as a seriously divisive politician. Very few will admire him, a larger minority on the left do dislike him but the vast majority just smile and share Trump jokes when his name is mentioned.

  7. Pete Moore.

    By tonight London liberals will have firebombed it, to show how tolerant and compassionate they are.

    They won’t have firebombed it though Pete. That’s just your mental disorder talking.

  8. Well said Noel.
    I think the vast majority of Brits are pretty indifferent to president Trump and mostly just view him as a bit of a Clown.

  9. Trump is just viewed as a joke, just a very bad joke like a socially awkward cousin who has a loud fart and thinks it’s funny

  10. “We know what everyone thinks about Trump.”

    I was at my brother’s BBQ a few weeks ago. Plenty of friends and neighbours there. This is in London. I made a point of saying that I love Trump, think he’s great etc, thinking I was stirring the pot.

    But plenty of people agreed with me. It’s less about policies. Most people don’t follow politics closely enough. They liked his style. Deep down, in places that the soy-sipping classes fear, a lot of people get that Trump is a disrupter with a mischievous sense of humour who winds up people who deserve to be wound up.

    People like him for that.

  11. Pete Moore.

    I don’t think your brothers barbecue, or your personal opinion on what people think about Trump, is a valid example of worldwide opinion Pete.
    I prefer to look at the surveys that have been done. And most people worldwide, view trump in a negative way.

    https://yougov.co.uk/opi/browse/Donald_Trump

    http://www.pewglobal.org/2016/06/29/2-obamas-international-image-remains-strong-in-europe-and-asia/ga_2016-06-29_balanceofpower-1-09/

    http://www.scotlandnow.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/half-scots-want-donald-trump-7197477

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/donald-trump-president-wins-us-elections-world-more-dangerous-place-opinion-poll-british-public-a7413756.html

  12. Why is the visit to the UK of a POTUS ‘controversial’?

    http://uk.businessinsider.com/donald-trump-uk-visit-agenda-timings-queen-windsor-theresa-may-protests-2018-7

    Of course, many of the MSM say that Trump himself is ‘controversial’ and this is because Trump disagrees with them – how dare he. And as has been linked by me on this site, these are the diseased minds who consider Nelson’s Column in central London to be ‘controversial’ because it’s Horatio Nelson and not some African terrorist.

    As with ‘enriched’ and ‘vibrant’, ‘controversial’ is one of these lefty buzzwords which means the exact opposite of what they believe that the public should believe.

  13. And most people worldwide, view trump in a negative way.

    So what. I view most people in the world negatively and that’s because most people in the world are low-grade and stupid.

  14. The visit of this president is controversial because most Britishpeople hate the worthless disloyal screwball son of a bitch

    He doesn’t have an ounce of class or manly dignity. Even his most obsequious supporters here have to admit that

  15. Allan@Aberdeen,

    So what. I view most people in the world negatively and that’s because most people in the world are low-grade and stupid.

    That pretty much tells people everything they need to know about your personality Allan. And for somebody who believes pretty much every ridiculous conspiracy theory that comes along, calling other people stupid is laughable to say the least.

  16. Phantom, on July 11th, 2018 at 5:14 PM Said:

    The visit of this president is controversial because most Britishpeople hate the worthless disloyal screwball son of a bitch

    He doesn’t have an ounce of class or manly dignity. Even his most obsequious supporters here have to admit that

    Phantom – Trump ensures that the deranged reveal their derangement. On any threads relating to Trump, your veil of sanity slips.

    That pretty much tells people everything they need to know about your personality Allan

    Dave- it’s not about my personality but whether ‘world opinion’, whatever that is, has any bearing on who the POTUS should be. You don’t like who it is – too bad

  17. Allan

    Dave- it’s not about my personality but whether ‘world opinion’, whatever that is, has any bearing on who the POTUS should be. You don’t like who it is – too
    bad

    My response to what the world thought of trump was in reply to Pete claiming that people in the UK and in general actually like Trump. and I thought world opinion would have been self explanatory, even to someone is dense as you.
    As I’ve pointed out many times before, I’m pretty ambivalent to Trumps presidency.
    Whether he does a good job or not remains to be seen. But dealing in facts, (I know that something you don’t bother with), it can’t be denied that Trump has made some very stupid statements and some pretty Poor Decisions.

  18. Dave –

    Let’s be adult about this. I didn’t claim to know worldwide opinion. Mine was a tiny straw poll in London among people who would be supposed to be anti-Trump.

    It’s you and others on this thread who claim to know what people think of him.

    Phantom –

    The post includes a link to a recent yougov poll. It suggests that most British people do not hate your president.

  19. My highly unscientic poll of hard working and conservative British and Irish people – hard headed types, true conservatives on most things – tells me that they are gobsmacked by his lack of manly dignity, his lack of the beginnings of any sort of discipline, his constant lying.

  20. Dave knows world-wide opinion.

  21. Pete Moore,

    It’s you and others on this thread who claim to know what people think of him.

    you’re sounding like Allan now Pete, accusing me of things I haven’t said. Where did I say that I personally knew what people think of Trump? What I did was link to surveys that prove what people think of Trump. I didn’t write the surveys.

    Allan@Aberdeen

    Dave knows world-wide opinion.

    I’ve never claimed anything of the sort Allan. I tell you what I do know, I know you lie constantly. Especially comes to accusing people of things they’ve never said or done.

  22. You can’t trust a man who wouldn’t have a beer in the pub named after him.

  23. Trump sold Trump Vodka but never drank it.

    He does not drink.

  24. I know. A character flaw.

  25. I actually respect his reason for doing it. His brother died too young and had a problem with it.

    But imagine life without ever having a cool pint, without the warmth of a good Italian red. He’s missed out on some of the fine things in life, things that might have made him empathetic to other people, more of a human being

  26. Dave –

    Where did I say that I personally knew what people think of Trump?

    On this thread. At 4.42pm you said this:

    I think the vast majority of Brits are pretty indifferent to president Trump and mostly just view him as a bit of a Clown.

  27. I think the vast majority of Brits are pretty indifferent to president Trump and mostly just view him as a bit of a Clown.

    So where did Dave say that he personally knew what people think of Trump?

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