Trump Would Probably be Prime Minister If America had a Multi-Party System

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Obviously, Donald Trump would be President if it were not for a gigantic virus hoax that enabled massive election fraud.

However, it may also interest you that a recent poll from Echelon Insights showed that Trump would also be Prime Minister if we had a multiparty system.

Nationalists scored 24% in the poll of over 1,000 American registered voters, which framed the questions in terms of a multiparty system. Conservatives were less popular than nationalists, scoring only 19%. However, these two scored more together than the combined left parties, which scored only 35%.

Most likely, in a parliamentary system, this would mean that the head of the nationalist party would be Prime Minister.

The poll also included a technocrat option, which is pro-corporate business and anti-family. That scored 10%. If that party were to combine with the left, that would give them a higher portion of the vote, which would make room for a β€œDemocrat” PM.

The most notable thing about the poll is that nationalism has gained 8 points since the same poll was done in October of 2020, with conservatism losing 6 points.

Insofar as we are able to draw anything from these numbers, it seems that the election debacle has increased nationalistic sentiment among the public.

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Lol at these pollsters using Biden to represent the Labor camp. Jewberg is probably the quintessential ACELA candidate, but Biden is far more representative of them than labor.

But boy, seems like everybody naturally loathes ZOG's neoleiberal order, and a National-Labor ticket which embraced social conservative values and sensible environmentalist policies would be a real winner. Too bad nobody has ever tried that bef... well, too bad the peasants post WWII are so easily manipulated by jewish lies and divide and conquer strategy over dumb inconsequentialities. I'm sure most middle class people can sympathize with breadtube and DSA tier socialists siding with the neoliberal jews destroying their communities over nationalists and social conservatives because the latter don't think trannys can change their chromosomes, nor people who take four times the lethal dose of fentanyl and stopped breathing were murdered.
 

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Most likely, in a parliamentary system, this would mean that the head of the nationalist party would be Prime Minister.
Most importantly, proportional representation system.

The United Kingdom have been stuck with 'First-Past-The-Post' system for many years and had to put up with never-ending Conservative/Labour governments.





 

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Single winner elections always devolve into a two-party system. This is called Duverger’s Law, and it’s why we have only two political parties in the US.


An easy solution is to quadruple the size of Congress and have four simultaneous winners from each district (and eight senators from each state). Our population has quadrupled since the number was set at 435 over a century ago, and it’s left us with the least representative government in the western world.

This won’t ever happen without violence though. It would take a serious revolution to enact meaningful changes, not old ladies milling about in the capital building and waving Trump flags for 15 minutes.
 

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Lol at these pollsters using Biden to represent the Labor camp. Jewberg is probably the quintessential ACELA candidate, but Biden is far more representative of them than labor.
Biden has the perception of being pro-labor given he's an ancient artifact dating from a time when the Democrat party was still sort of pro labor. Remember, this poll isn't about reality, it's about how the voters perceive reality. IMO this is why Biden ultimately won the Democrat nomination--because literally no candidate the Democrats presented even pretended to be pro-Labor (including Biden), but "lunchbox Joe" spent the first 20 years of his career building his "pro-Labor" brand and that unexpectedly (and hilariously) paid off for him in 2020. The people who manage the Democrat party clearly viewed Biden as their last-ditch choice but they got stuck with him in the end.

As far as whose face represents the left, I don't think anybody's does, because the left is an absurd amalgamation of competing victim groups being run for the benefit of a technocratic elite whom nobody actually likes. Bloomberg definitely is a member of the technocratic oligarchic elite, but everyone hates those guys for the obvious reason that they are thoroughly unlikable, which is why one of them will never get elected in anything even remotely resembling a free election. As far as Biden goes, he is only "representative" of the technocratic elite in that he presents absolutely no resistance to them. Sadly (for him) he's not capable of presenting resistance to anybody at this stage of his life. He is a lobotomized meat puppet. "Salute the marines!"
 
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An easy solution is to quadruple the size of Congress and have four simultaneous winners from each district (and eight senators from each state). Our population has quadrupled since the number was set at 435 over a century ago, and it’s left us with the least representative government in the western world.
To duplicate the level of representation in the First Congress of the United States, which had 65 House members for a population of ~4 million, the House of Representatives would have to be expanded to ~5,360 members, or over 12x its current size.

We don't have anything even remotely resembling "representative government" on the Federal level.
 

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Or we'd end up with a Sweden-like situation where all the other parties team up to cockblock the EVUL NATZEH party.
Same France. Le Pen (disaster that she is) would have won an American-style election, instead they got Macron who was the first choice of literally no one.

I guess this is inevitable, given the nature of Jewish pressure.
 

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Jewberg is probably the quintessential ACELA candidate
A lot of people would fit the bill. I'm not sure Charlie Kirk isn't exactly this.

At least before his supposed come to Jesus moment.
 

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A lot of people would fit the bill. I'm not sure Charlie Kirk isn't exactly this.
Pretty much anybody without a spine will do just fine. But every politician on the left is arrogant, obnoxious, and unhinged which makes them potentially troublesome even if they could figure out a way to survive the primary process, which they can't. Buttgieg was by far their preferred candidate in 2020, but America simply wasn't ready to elect a creepy, oily faggot who has literally accomplished nothing in his life, and at the rate he's going it doesn't look like he'll have improved his prospects much by 2024. Even Obama had the common courtesy to get elected to the Senate and occupy space there for four years before he ran for President.

Assuming we actually have elections in 2024 (heroic assumption), I think they might actually let a Republican get elected President. The Republican party is chock full of spineless shitbirds who can figure out a way to not present as unhinged lunatics.

And now that I think this through, if my line of thinking is on target, it actually justifies Trump running in 2024, because that would totally cockblock such a plan. lol.
 
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Kushner had some dirt on Trump. As President he was simply worse than worthless. Judging by the old photos of Trump touching Ivanka and his comments about her curves, or how he would date her, or if it was wrong to be more attracted to his daughter than his wife, I’d venture to guess what it was…
 

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Kushner had some dirt on Trump.
If Kushner had dirt on Trump, most likely others would have had it too. Honestly I think it's as simple as, Trump can't say "no" to Ivanka, or by extension, to her husband. If Gen. Kelly is to be believed (big if, but still), when he was Trump's Chief of Staff, Trump asked him to tell Ivanka and Jared to go back to NYC because Trump didn't want to do it himself. Kelly said he told Trump that he didn't want to get in the middle of a family problem, and nothing happened because Trump didn't have the balls to stand up to his own daughter. Normally I'd reflexively say that Kelly was full of shit, but his story certainly fits into what we know about Trump and his inability to manage the women in his life.
 

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Single winner elections always devolve into a two-party system. This is called Duverger’s Law, and it’s why we have only two political parties in the US.


An easy solution is to quadruple the size of Congress and have four simultaneous winners from each district (and eight senators from each state). Our population has quadrupled since the number was set at 435 over a century ago, and it’s left us with the least representative government in the western world.

This won’t ever happen without violence though. It would take a serious revolution to enact meaningful changes, not old ladies milling about in the capital building and waving Trump flags for 15 minutes.
Bro, the number of House Representatives is determined by the population of a state; it's not a set number.

Edit: I stand corrected. "...the House passed the Permanent Apportionment Act of 1929, fixing the number of Representatives at 435." https://history.house.gov/Historical-Highlights/1901-1950/The-Permanent-Apportionment-Act-of-1929/
 
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This is the complete opposite of opposite of what would happen in a multi -party democracy. I’m a multi -party democracy trump would cede all power to a β€œglue and tape it all together” coalition of centre right, centre, centre left, left, far left and in all truth probably far right party. All against nationalism. Trump was blessed by the two party system and the powers it gave him. Kushner and the neo-cons had to pull every stop to derail him. Need any further proof look at every other country with multi -party democracy. The last man to take power with 35% of the vote (sane as trump in that poll) which incidentally seems to be the ceiling for nationalists was Hitler. And he was lucky that the left was unwilling to put together a coalition and then the communists were banned(after reichstag fire) losing their seats.
 

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Trump would be President if we merely had in-person voting with photo ID and ink on the thumb, like all third-world countries have.
 

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I hear haiti is lookin for a PM
 

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If Trump were PM who would be king?
 

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Most likely, in a parliamentary system, this would mean that the head of the nationalist party would be Prime Minister.
Not really.

Most likely the Conservatives, Labor, Greens and Classical Liberals would form a coalition on their own without Nationalists. That's what's happening in most European countries. They're just declaring a coalition with the "Nationalists" as taboo and basically ignore them. Unless you got the absolute majority or a reliable coalition partner, being the strongest party doesn't mean you will lead the government.
 

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Britain has the same mono-party problem as the US, it's globo homo or globo homo.
 
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