Now the BBC is predicting a Trump Victory in November!

You gotta love it when these faggot liberals and cucked-out establishment hacks in politics and the media run for the hills, with crow all over their face.

Here’s a prediction from the BBC:

Here’s five reasons why Trump will be elected…

Angry electorate

Donald Trump and Boris Johnson, the leader of the Leave campaign, have tapped into a similar public mood of disgruntlement. On both sides of the Atlantic, a lot of people feel they’ve been handed a bad deal. In the UK, it’s European bureaucrats in Brussels who are to blame. In the US, it’s elected politicians in Washington who are held responsible. Mr Johnson promises Brits a better deal if they throw off the onerous yoke of EU regulations. Mr Trump promises Americans a better deal if they put him in the White House.


The forces of globalisation are causing havoc for European workers as they are for American workers. If you are a white working class man (in particular) the combined effects of immigration, free trade and technology have made your job and your wages less secure. Policy makers in the UK and the US have singularly failed to address these issues in any meaningful way.


Immigration deserves its own category because it is so critical in both campaigns. Economists argue about the relative impact of immigrants versus robots on wage stagnation – voters don’t care much. They blame immigrants. It’s easier to get mad at a person from Macedonia or Mexico, taking your job than it is to get mad at a piece of technology from Silicon Valley. In both countries, governments haven’t handled immigration well. America tried and failed to implement immigration reform and the country’s Southern border remains porous (though to be fair, more people are using it to go south not north at the moment.) Like its European partner, the British government is caught in the nightmare story that is the European migrant/refugee crisis, with no effective response.

Lost pride

The complicated feeling of having had a bad deal has created an insidious spin off, a sense of broken pride, both national and personal. Working men, in particular, face a world they did not expect, jobs are hard to find and pay badly meaning they often can’t provide single-handedly for their families, as their fathers and grandfathers did. That alone causes a loss of pride. In the US it is also linked to a loss of national pride through a sentiment among Trump supporters that President Obama has diminished the reputation of America by going on what they refer to as his “global apology tour.” For Brits the loss of national pride comes from a feeling that British sovereignty has been given away to Brussels and by leaving the EU, we will be stronger, better, more respected.


And, finally, populism loves simplicity, especially, it seems, when it’s dressed up with an impressively wacky hair do. Boris Johnson and Donald Trump appeal to the heart not the head, they offer simple solutions in a time of complex problems. It’s an appealing message. Think about the complicated consequences later, the thinking seems to go, for now protesting the status quo feels like a good start.

If the forces of disgruntlement, nationalism, populism and anti-globalisation are strong enough to force a radical move in the UK, they may be strong enough to force a radical election in America too!

6 Comments on Now the BBC is predicting a Trump Victory in November!

  1. mattinbritain // June 24, 2016 at 12:31 pm // Reply

    Haha. ‘no shit sherlock’. These are the same kind of experts who said he was just joking around and wouldn’t run, and then he wouldn’t win a single state. Playing catchup-ball to us now. It’s great watching them scratch their heads as they try and figure out why people are sick of being shit on and told to like it.


  2. LexTalionis33 // June 24, 2016 at 4:34 pm // Reply

    Yes, “American Nationalism” is rising! But to what effect? To what degree? Will “Nationalists” sell out like others have in the good ‘ol USA? Guess we’ll find out soon enough…


  3. A surprisingly well-written article from the BBC, I wouldn’t have expected them to get even close to the core issues. Amazing how the BBC can think straight at last even with their heads so far up their ass!


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