The global ruling class is trembling in fear as they grapple with the reality that this populist uprising may be right around the corner

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Many western nations have elections this year which could completely reshape global politics. 

The recent European elections witnessed a drastic shift away from the left-wing authoritarians of the ruling class and back in a populist pro-working class direction.

And now the global ruling class is trembling in fear as they grapple with the reality that this populist uprising may be right around the corner.

The UK could soon defy the expectations of political experts everywhere 

Earlier this month, the European Union held elections from Ireland to Greece to determine the future of the globalist, ruling class elite-controlled European Parliament. 

Overall, more conservative political parties did very well, causing many political experts and European bureaucratic elites to panic. 

Although the United Kingdom did not participate in these elections in light of its Brexit from the European Union, the Brits will hold their own elections on July 4 of all dates. 

That means that candidates have just a few weeks to win voters over, creating a fast-paced and chaotic election cycle. 

Unlike in the United States – where the Constitution dictates that elections for Congress take place every two years – the Uk, does not have regularly scheduled elections. 

Instead, the ruling party within the House of Commons calls for an election when the Prime Minister, or head of the ruling party, loses the confidence of the Commons. 

The monarch, in this case, King Charles III, in turn dissolves the parliament at the request of the Prime Minister, and an election ensues. 

Since the 2010 election, the “Conservative Party” – which is known as the Tories, but has little in common with what Americans deem to be conservative – have clung to power. 

After 14 years of political supremacy, polls show that Britain’s second most popular party, the Labor Party, is poised to take control. 

Not all Britons seem so excited with this prospect, with some forming a new “Reform Party” that aims at winning over working class voters who have had enough of the RINO-like antics of the Tories. 

Brexit campaigner and media personality Nigel Farage has been tapped to lead this new Party. 

In an interview with BBC on Monday morning, Farage said “I think the disconnect between the Labour and Conservative Westminster-based parties and the country, the thoughts, hopes, and aspirations of ordinary people are so far apart from where our politics is. And the funny thing is they show no signs of changing.”

He went on to explain that although a Reform majority seems highly unlikely this election cycle, he believes that he can work his way up to the position of Prime Minister by the year 2029. 

The reemergence of Farage in British politics signals a possible shift to towards a more populist direction in the UK, despite polls indicating a big win for Labor this July. 

This means that major changes could come to the “Conservative Party” in the very near future to adapt to this sort of fracturing. 

Farage has the potential to completely upend British politics 

Farage has the proven ability to motivate British voters, as evidenced by the fact that he led the incredibly successful Brexit campaign. 

If he successfully navigates his way to 10 Downing Street, it would undoubtedly mean profound changes within the British government. 

British freedom-lovers have lamented the bloated size of government, which always seems to be in the throes of a crisis. 

Farage has so far promised to limit the power of the government, returning these liberties to the people – as should be the case.

The elections this July will help to determine his legacy as a populist and his future as a politician in the United Kingdom. 

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.