No one wold vote for Churchill in the western world today.
Consider what he said:
If this long island story of ours is to end at last, let it end only when each one of us lies choking in his own blood upon the ground, Churchill declared.
Fight to the death of the last man, woman and child? Could he have meant it? Yes, and when the Japanese seized Singapore, Churchill ordered every British soldier to die rather than surrender: There must at this stage be no thought of saving the troops or sparing the population . . . Commanders and senior officers should die with their troops, he wrote in a telegram that was countermanded on the ground.
He gave a similar die-for-your-country directive to Hong Kong. And in the event of a German invasion, Churchill approved drenching the beaches with mustard gas, without waiting for the enemy to use it first.
The great man himself frequently vowed never to be taken alive and carried cyanide in the cap of his fountain pen.
He said 1940 was a year equally good to live or die and later looked back on it as the most splendid, as it was the most deadly year in our long British and English story.