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“This American carnage stops right here and now!” Donald Trump, Inaugural Address, 1/20/17
Mr. Trump suggested that it would be a “new national pride” that would “heal our divisions.”
“America First…Buy American. Hire American”
In 1917, Woodrow Wilson supported the Russian Revolution and brought the U.S. into the Great War (WWI), in support of a ‘new world order.’ Today, Obama officials are accusing Russian president Putin of being a threat to the new world order. In his final press conference President Obama said the sanctions on Russia were due to Russia violating Ukraine’s sovereignty by annexing Crimea.
Actually it was the U.S. that violated Ukraine’s sovereignty by sponsoring the February 2014 coup that removed the democratically elected Victor Yanukovych from office. When the US-backed replacement government took over they said they would not be paying Russia the billions of dollars that Ukraine owed Russia — moving Russia to then take Crimea as collateral.
It was the U.S. that violated Syria’s sovereignty by calling for a “regime change” and supporting the rebels, seeking to remove the legitimate Assad government. In Ukraine and Syria the U.S. has acted in a murderous way while Russia has sought to preserve/protect order and society.
Mr. Trump will take over as president of a broken, some would say failed, United States — failed because the ‘will of the people’ has for years failed to deliver truthful leaders. Instead, American leadership has systematically violated natural law, the U.S. Constitution and international law, destroying other countries and delegitimizing themselves in the process.
People should bear in mind that the U.S. exists today only because others allow her to exist.
Russian intervention in the recent election (to help inform Americans) should be seen as a humanitarian intervention, to help save a country that has lost its way. Trump might be the last chance the country has to exist as a nation. Mr Lewis et al ought to support him.
Americans are encouraged to find their identity in rebellion against the status quo — even against truth itself. This can mean the triumph of infantilism in the name of progress.
Barack Obama is leaving a nation and world more divided than when he took office. His (Hegelian-Marxist) values did more to justify animal instincts and base impulses (from BLM to Syria) than to expand new seeds of life. His opportunism in ‘saving’ the economy was tilted more towards his donors and base, relying heavily on changed accounting rules — turbocharged with printing and borrowing trillions of dollars (“Yes we did”) — more opioid than panacea, with a reckoning to come.
Photographs: Stephen Wise
It’s funny that the U.S. government, which has long intervened in other nation’s affairs, is now squawking about Russian intervention (to make known the truth) in the recent U.S. election. And the same government, whose lies are the lifeblood of its existence, is now hysterical about fake news.
The American people needed outside intervention to expose and rid themselves of disordered leaders—that have undermined the country ($20,000,000,000,000 debt), left the Constitution in tatters, and destabilized the world. Hopefully Mr. Trump will rise to the opportunity he’s been given. His success will require finding American values different from those that produced holocausts in Iraq, Syria, Libya, Afghanistan, Yemen, Gaza, and the West Bank (not to mention Chicago).
November 12, 2016 – Fifth Avenue, NYC
Leaning heavily on Marxist disruption, America’s preferential treatment of women, minorities, and the LGBT community, has in recent years led to a divided nation — and a vicious cycle of underdeveloped persons — frothing in a sea of disorder and hatred, and leading to nothingness rather than a flourishing society.
Photographs: Stephen Wise
As he prepares to take office, it’s been said that Mr. Trump considers education to be a low priority. And yet the high number of poorly educated young people in America, as evidenced by recent demonstrations, should make education a top priority. The problem, though, is many educators see truth as oppressive — the enemy. So rather than being oriented to it they are in rebellion against it, which leaves young people running on empty.