I see him as a high Te+Ni user, most certainly. I'm not entirely sure of the order, though viewing this video I suspect NiTe
He's reading, so that's a limiter to his expressions. But even in the OP video, he seems snappy within the confines of withdrawal. His accentuation seem like those of a snake hiding in the grass, rather than being overt like those of Charlie Sheen or even Feynman.
He's a bit like NiTe Vivian Leigh in that sense..
Still, TeNi is very possible. Just my initial thoughts though.
Sidenote, his views themselves appear to align with the pattern so far identified in the Political Views thread.
"the choice is clear. are we now to take another plunge into socialist regimentation?" "under the socialist system, where everything is controlled by an all powerful state" "or shall we return to the high road of freedom of enterprise" "...and to rise by their own exertion"
These are very Right wing ideas, and again the socialist concepts are rejected by the Te/Fi pairing.
Auburn: That's what I was stuck between: it's hard to distinguish his exact priority in the first video because he's sitting down and is fairly large (so his movements will be a little less accentuated). He was also very well known for his bouts of physical indulgence (alcohol especially), so I was wondering if there might be an Se-polar addictiveness thing going on too. Thing is though, he seems to have had a pretty significant amount of physical vitality for a natural introvert, having had a pretty extensive and involved military career (which he seems to have enjoyed) before entering politics. I'm wondering if the reason he appears to be a Pi-lead might be because he was rather old and corpulent, as opposed to being natively introverted?
Yes, that's a good point. It's entirely possible. I'm gonna see if I can find some videos of him when he's younger and skinnier.
Well, I managed to find one. It's not an interview but here he is second to the right:
Unless I'm mistaken, from the little I can extract of his body posture, he seems to be eye-centric, and also a tad recessive in his energy. 'Uncertain' in the environment. And he glances about with a bit of a body sway. Later, at around 1:00 he approaches the camera more, and reminds me a lot of NiTe Wolfgang Pauli. But he unfortunately has very little footage too.
Auburn: He also looks quite a bit like Donald Trump in the bottom-left picture.
Yeah, he was the British PM during WW2: during the 1930s, he was a very vocal opponent of German expansionism, British disarmament, and appeasing Hitler. He's remembered well for his role in keeping the UK rallied against Hitler during the Blitz, encouraging American entry into the war (though imo FDR was itching to get involved regardless), and taking a hard stance against Soviet Communism as the war wrapped up (the Americans were much more idealistic and believed that Stalin would be willing to work with them in arbitrating the new world order; Churchill trusted Stalin about as much as he trusted Hitler, and wanted to keep as much of Eastern Europe as possible out of Soviet hands). He's overall regarded as a hero, though his role in exacerbating the Bengal Famine during the war, a number of his views on race, and his firm opposition to Indian independence (he hated Gandhi) have made him somewhat more controversial today.