I would love if you can comment. My wife is Portuguese and her sister is doing a final series of
presentations for her degree in Journalism and asked myself and my
wife to write some essay about what we think:
Love and Hate, or
Make America Great Again
If one sees the name 'Trump' there are definitely some automatic strong and emotional reactions. In some segments of the population these will be
negative and hateful reactions; in others, they will be hopeful and optimistic reactions. One thing is for sure - this name has torn a country into
two pieces even more-so than the names Bush, Obama, or even Clinton.
Speaking as a US citizen who did not vote in this election, I still have some things to say about what I am observing. On the one hand I see that we
as a society now have an almost pathological fear of espousing our opinion in public, unless it fits with the official media narrative, which is
pro-globalism, pro-disregard for laws, and pro-elite over the common man. In a word, pro 'Democrat'. On the same hand but as an even more
vehemently viral symptom I see so called 'Social Justice Warriors' who claim to espouse tolerance, liberalism, and openness, but who instead are
shutting down free speech, causing actual violence and damage to people and property, and disrupting public discourse under the generic and mis-named
banner of 'Antifascism.'
Those of us who support the rule of law, such as a strong nation state with its own interests, strong borders and border control to keep the integrity
of the nation's economy, its culture, and the wellbeing of the people of the nation, are ostracised and seen as 'racists' and 'xenophobes,' while
the so called liberals are anything but liberal. They spew hate and venom at every turn such as masking their faces and disrupting and stopping
peaceful marches. They throw explosives at old men and women in the street while saying 'The Revolution has no qualms about violence.'
Even forgetting about so-called Antifa (who obviously use fascist tactics), we have the mis-informed and naive portion of the population who are
usually college-aged or retirement aged people, who support whoever the media persuades them to. They are the people that go on marches such as the
much televised 'Woman's March' in Washington DC because 'Trump is evil and misogynistic' even when all of the so-called evidence of wrong doing
never really occurred because it turned out it was by women who lied for pay. bloviatingzeppelin.net...
When many reporters asked the women what they were marching for, many of them could not even form a proper response. They simply said 'Because we
need to stand together as women,' or 'Because Trump needs to be stopped.' These are the same vague and random sentiments that a constant
brainwashing by the major media will produce. It turned out that after the event, a major organiser was one Linda Sarsour, who finances terror, under
the group HAMAS.
About the younger group of the naive population, they are mostly indoctrinated into a so-called liberal mindset by their professors. I went to a
university called CU, Colorado University of Boulder, and I could see first-hand the workings of this subtle and pernicious public indoctrination and
brain-washing. At every turn you would find bandana-ed 'revolutionaries' handing out propaganda about Marxism and 'diversity' while loudly
denouncing the 'System' as evil and corrupt.
One would see and hear their very own professors of 'education' who are supposed to be impartial arbitrators and purveyors of 'facts' spewing
obviously recited and programmed speeches and classes about how a global government, diversity, and the minority is more important than the majority
opinion, and common-sense of the country, simply based on arbitrary categories of race and background, instead of the more rational categories of
virtue, accomplishment and conduct, instead of appearance.
The majority rule of CNN and college 'education' will have you thinking that human beings have to bow down to the minority of the US such as
Muslims, 'transgenders,' and even more pernicious and ridiculous, so-called 'Safe Spaces'. The whole POINT of an education is to have your ideas
challenged, so that you can learn and grow! But now we have these people who call themselves liberals, setting up special spaces where you can cry
and be indulged in, like an infant, because no one can challenge your world view. Heaven forbid that anyone make you learn due to proper debate and
Even though such minorities make up less than 5% of our population, the rule of the government under Obama was being based on that. If that is not
bad for a nation, then one doesn't know what is. As soon as one person bows to another for arbitrary reasons which do not really reflect real
healthy national and personal interests, but try to make one check their speech, check their behaviour, and check their appearance, then we know that
someone is controlling one's life under the banner of 'Diversity,' even when the target minorities are undermining, stealing money due to tax use
to 'support' illegal immigration and dictating (dictator) the majorities opinions because they are 'unique' and 'special'.
All the while the average brain-washed Joe is believing that a nationalist like Trump is evil because he supports saving the same, average Joe money,
by less taxes because he would no longer have to pay via tax for the illegal immigrants living off the government, or pay for the 'disenfranchised'
'religious' groups to spew hate and propaganda under the banner of 'Islam is a peaceful religion' while their youth routinely beat up women
because they are unaccompanied even in the United States. www.youtube.com...
In summation, the country is obviously polarised. We are in a situation where one segment of the population says 'NOT MY PRESIDENT' because they
are brainwashed by a lying corrupt media and Soros-funded culture of university corruption on the one hand, and the other side is villanised because
they support the government trying to (finally) fix our nation's problems while the hate-machine wants to stop national sovereignty. It is all about
globalism versus nation states. If we want to be controlled as a people by a 'Global Government' then we can believe what the ridiculous media is
telling us, or we can try to reform our countries on the small scale, such as I believe Trump is trying to do.
He is foiled at every turn by the moneyed, corrupt elite that rule our news, our banks, and especially our courts (California) and who are trying to
rule our very behaviour. It is up to each one of us to separate the wheat from the chaff, and to think about what we would like our countries to be.
Not places full of division based on race or income such as the politically correct media would like it to be, with its headlines based on hate and
division, but based on our own innate thoughts of who we are as a human race. When one man tries to bring us together, the powers that be villain-ise
under false pretences like Trump, or they outright assassinate them like John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Let us look beyond the flashing small screen and
think about why such hate has been spewed in public. Those that shout the most, are the most afraid.