From the UK I would like to offer my heartfelt congratulations and thanks to the American people for electing Donald Trump.
The man went up against everything, his own party, the reigning President and his party, the banks and the media itself and still came out on top. A
truely remarkable achievement.
Like many left wingers I rooted for Bernie early on, after the rigged DNC nomination against him, and then Bernie's betrayal of his own supporters to
endorse the extremely divisive, pro-wallstreet, pro-war and generally repellant person of Hillary Clinton I lost a great deal of respect for the
I'm not going to lie, I was genuinely terrified of the prospect of a Hillary Presidency, since she seemed absolutely hellbent on instigating an
unwinnable, genocidal war of aggression against Russia by attacking their allies Syria and Iran. In addition she represented more of the same failed
system, more division, more wallstreet interests and continued globalism.
I hoped for a Trump presidency explicitly because of his anti-establishment stance, his (apparent and supposed) care for the American working and
middle classes and the extreme opposition to him from the established order and their media puppets, but above all else to prevent the suicidal,
psychopathic warmonger winning.
While I had hoped that Jill Stein would receive a far greater turnout than she did, I remain hopeful of a Trump Presidency, indeed the reaction from
the Kremlin implies US-American relations have great opportunity for improvement.
Finally I regard Trump's win as part of a general rebellion against the established order in the Western World. First Brexit, now Trump, and in 2017
the Anti-EU parties are set to take power in elections in Europe. Things look quite bright from where I am sitting.
So again, thank you and congratulations America, you beat the system
(Though I do remain of the opinion that if the DNC had gone with Bernie who would've sweeped this thing)
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