The Political establishment parties are broken on both sides of The Atlantic and they're now fracturing in a lot of the EU Countries and around The World. Ordinary folks are waking up to the fact that the once held belief that they lived in democratic societies, that their vote mattered is all a sham. Populism is rising because people don't like to be told what's best for them and they certainly don't like the thought of more and more Government control, especially unelected bureaucracies and totalitarian regimes like the EU. The ultimate goal of these regimes is a one world government and when or if it happens, nobody will have a voice or choice.
Having a difference in opinion to these regimes is being bastar.dized, and folks are being labelled all manner of awful discriminatory names.
Institutional racism / systemic racism is rife at the moment and is being used to manipulate peoples' opinion by these regimes, aided and abetted by the media and now social media which is monopolized and manipulated by tech giants like Google, Facebook etc... The UK has been manipulated for decades by (an unelected, monopolized bureaucracy) the BBC.
I don't believe any of the current establishment political parties have a chance to continue in their current forms because more and more people don't trust them. That's why the likes of The Brexit Party will gain more and more traction, but I believe people will want to follow a strong "UN"establishment person rather than a collective/group because the collective can't be trusted.
I don't trust BoJo and Corbyn is a farce, the UK must sever it's ties to the EU and stand on it's own. It needs to have the ability to decide and elect politicians judged on the merits of what they do for the Country and it's people.
Can you please explain how the EU is totalitarian, I seriously don't understand what you mean? There are European elections where MEPs are elected and the commission is chosen by the elected leaders of the different EU countries. Yes, it's not like presidential elections, but even the US president is not elected directly by voters as well as the PM of UK who is elected by members of their parties. So what do you mean?
I do agree with you though that most parties have more or less similar economic agendas, mainly because pure socialism has been a bit of a flop and because capitalism is a more productive system. The change which is happening is what's called populism which is promising a change towards nationalism but it doesn't propose any new economic agendas, but it is strong as it has a uniting message. What has Italy achieved with their nationalist government, has the lives of the Italians improved?