“The Three Musketeers” were elected by citizens that wanted leaders that would listen to the voice of the people.
Donald Trump had to face the enormous task of turning the American economy around and create jobs that had been depleted by China industrial invasion.
The USA had become a nation of supermarket cashiers selling a flood of Chinese products and goods, a state of affairs that pleased the greed of the American big business, but not the man in the street.
In less than 3 years since he was elected, under Trump leadership unemployment fell in September 2019 to a 50-year low of 3.5%.
Over 6.4 million jobs were added, while a significant indicator showed that the drop in unemployment had benefited above all African Americans, Hispanics, and people with disabilities.
Another noteworthy statistic was that the highest employment gains were among non-high school graduates mostly “blue-collar” industry workers.
Jair Bolsonaro was elected President of Brazil in 2018.
Before him three Presidents quit power due to economic corruption scandals.
One of them Lula da Silva, a former union leader, was even jailed for getting bribe from a multinational company.
The Brazilian nation was disenchanted with the widespread dishonesty among top government officials wanting somebody that had no connection with the prevailing deceitful political structures.
Bolsonaro, a retired military officer and a member of the congress for more than 27 years, was unquestionable choice of the people by winning the election with more than 55% of the votes.
It was no secret that Bolsonaro was a supporter of strong conservatism and economic pro –market policies and not a same-sex and pro drug and abortion groups, but it is clear that he has made huge efforts to clean up fraud at all levels of the administration.
Boris Johnson secured a landslide victory in the December 2019 elections that gave him an unquestionable mandate to break away with the Brexit impasse.
Britain had chosen a positive “yes” to leave the European Union in 2016,
However, for more than 3 years after the Brexit referendum, England continued to live a period of indecision, which affected the confidence of the people and the economy.
The conservative Party landslide win, unparalleled in more than 30 years in English politics, was only comparable to Margaret Thatcher’s similar mandate of the electorate.
The main reason was the necessity to operate radical changes in the way the British economy and governance were run.
The conclusion from the overwhelming support from English voters was that the ordinary citizen was tired of the rule of the “establishment “, controlled by the “pseudo” liberal media and the multinational capital, and above all, fed up with being dictated by the European Union bureaucrats.
In times of the Pandemic crisis, all the efforts of “the Three Musketeers, the politicians that wanted to satisfy the aspirations of the people became powerless by a calamity that came from China and that was not their responsibility.