Anne Marie Waters

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Anne Marie Waters (b. 24 August 1977) is a political activist in the United Kingdom who is originally from Ireland. She leads a minor party known as For Britain, established in 2017.

Views

Waters has a mix of left-wing and right-wing political beliefs. She was a member of Labour Party between 2010 and 2014, after which she joined UKIP, before starting her own party For Britain in 2017 following an unsuccessful UKIP leadership bid.[1]

Waters has made statements supporting Donald Trump and his achievements as President of the United States.[2] She also called lockdowns in response to the CCP global pandemic a "crime against humanity".[3] She is a strong critic of Islam as well as political correctness.[4]

She is a feminist.

References

  1. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/ukip-loser-anne-marie-waters-will-start-far-right-party-fsgps673r
  2. https://twitter.com/meganne121/status/1016991168461180928?lang=en
  3. https://twitter.com/meganne121
  4. https://sd-saurav.medium.com/interview-with-for-britain-founder-anne-marie-waters-on-islam-the-pc-brigade-brexit-her-new-79955dc4066e