Last night a friend claimed that Donald Trump wouldn’t make a good
president; he is brash, he is racist, he is a loudmouth; you know the normal
things people learn to recite after being programmed by television news.
The one I loved was that, “Trump is arrogant.” My friend questioned if one
man could make “that much difference in the world today.” To my friend’s
credit, she was respectful enough to let me respond when she asked, “
Really, what has Trump done?”
I have no feelings about the man, other than I observe, and this is what I
said, “In June of last year, Trump entered the race for president. In just
a little over a year, Trump has single-handedly defeated the Republican
party. He did so thoroughly. In fact, he did so in such a resounding way
that the Republican Party now suffers from an identity crisis. He literally
dismantled the party. Trump even dismantled and dismissed the brand and
value of the Bush family. And on his own nickel, he did this!
Trump has Obama petrified that Trump will dismiss programs that weren’t
properly installed using proper law.
Trump has single-handedly debunked and disemboweled any value of news media
as we knew it—news now suffering from an all-time level of distrust and
disrespect. Watch headlines about upcoming lay offs in the media as
readership in newspapers and magazines and the like falls. They alienated
their client base as People reach out for alternative news and disbelieve
Trump has leaders from all over the world talking about him, whether good or
bad. Trust me, powerful men who have been president before weren’t liked
by the global community. I doubt Mikhail Gorbachev liked Reagan when Reagan
said, “Tear down that wall.”
Trump has expressly disclosed the fraud perpetrated on the American public
by Hillary Clinton. He has, quite literally, brought Hillary to her knees—
if you believe that nervous tension and disorders offer physical side
effects and damage. Yet that maybe not enough to stop the theft of the
election at Electoral College level. If so, America will face riots in
streets as Trump has the popular vote, regardless of what the press says for
better or for worse.
Trump has unified the silent majority in a way that should be patently
frightening to “liberals.”
As the press accuses Trump of being a house of cards, Trump has proven the
press is the real house of cards. He has whipped up the entire establishment
into pure panic. Trump has exposed them for who they are and worse, what
they are. George Clooney was right when he said Trump draws live news
coverage of his podium that he’s not yet approached. Thanks, George, you
were perfectly correct.
What we see as headline news today are actually the last bubbles from the
ship that is now sunk—meaning the standard news media, as a propaganda
machine, has been exposed. They have no more value.
In the same way Trump asked the African-American community this question, I
asked my friend, ”At this point, what do you have to lose?” You have mass
cop shootings, riots in your streets, ambushed cops, double digit inflation,
bombs blowing up in your cities, targeted police, Black Lives Matter, (a
Soros job) a skyrocketing jobless rate, no economic growth, privately owned
land being seized by the federal government, the worst racial tension in my
lifetime, no God in schools, more abortions than ever, illegal aliens
pouring into our country, sick veterans receiving no care, and a debt that
doubled in seven years to $19 trillion. Are you really happy with the
condition of the current system?
One man has done all of this in one year—one guy, and on his own dime. And
with everything I’ve written above, you believe Trump hasn’t done anything
? You claim that you are afraid of Donald Trump?
No wonder America is in trouble. You can say that Trump is a lousy
presidential candidate. That’s your right. Just don’t ever say he’s not
That Megan Kelly, FOX News, CNN, MSNBC, Washington Post, Rachel Maddow, the
Huffington Post, the New York Times, Raleigh’s News and Observer, the AP,
Don Lemon, Jake Tapper, and many more, failed to implement their
collectively orchestrated lie on the American people against Trump, is
actually a massive testament to Trump. The press colluded pure propaganda to
accomplish his demise … and they have collectively failed and miserably.
Here’s just one example of how badly America is injured right now. There
are high school football players on their knees during the national anthem
simply because the press used as propaganda to program those kids to do that
very thing. But, these kids are mimicking NFL stars the same way the same
kids chooses which brand of football shoe to purchase—they’re overtly
brain-washed to do that very thing.
Now, we have a generation of children who hate America.
America’s problem isn’t that little children are on their knee in
collective disrespect of America. Our problem is that America is on her knee
from collective disrespect by Americans.
You can disrespect America all you want. But, it’s high-time you respect
the silent majority. Because they’re not simply the “silent majority” as
you’ve been trained to believe when Hillary calls them “deplorables.” The
fact is, they are simply the majority. And now they’re no longer silent
either. Donald Trump changed all of that, single-handedly and within one
There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true;
the other is to refuse to believe what is true. I have said before, he will
change America for better or for worse and he is not the best, but maybe
remembered as the best. Maybe he learnt what the salmon know (Only 1 of a
hundred salmon make it to spawn who start).
Evil reigns when good people do nothing, and it seems there are a lot of
politicians in this camp, however people are waking up and this trend we see
will continue and is unstoppable, until change comes for better or for
worse. In finance and in the markets you learn not to go against the trend.
Perhaps a lessons for the cabal and the reigning political elite as we
watching corporate icons falter and fall.
【在 x****d 的大作中提到】
: Last night a friend claimed that Donald Trump wouldn’t make a good
: president; he is brash, he is racist, he is a loudmouth; you know the normal
: things people learn to recite after being programmed by television news.
: The one I loved was that, “Trump is arrogant.” My friend questioned if one
: man could make “that much difference in the world today.” To my friend’s
: credit, she was respectful enough to let me respond when she asked, “
: Really, what has Trump done?”
: I have no feelings about the man, other than I observe, and this is what I
3Being brain washed is saddest thing.
Not respect this country?
F*ck you, Hussein!