It is Sunday morning in Asia and it’s the same old stuff coming on to the news, Trump is in France as arrogant and self-serving as ever and proves it everyday though investigations, press conferences, rallies, and research. The president is as crooked as a corkscrew.
Hold up his share of the Nobel Peace Prize, folks, North Korea is getting grumpy and says imperialist sanctions will never work. I agree and taken to extreme can lead to devastating military confrontations. (Pearl Harbor 1941)
Under any previous president the international trade issue of unfairness to Americans and the U. S. economy could well be addressed sensibly, gradually, and peacefully over short years by rational means. After all as a nation we do not want to go broke. But, no, no Trump jumps into it with both feet immediately, non-diplomatically, and blows the issue out of proportion. Before the Trumpet came into the picture economic progress was being made by Obama and the Democratic party mostly, slowly, cautiously, eventually aimed at practicality without the ruffled feathers and anger, while utilizing mature time-tested methods of negotiations.
Does the U. S. have to change the entire world order immediately to benefit Trump’s ambitions for political power and his economic dreams? He has given us more than a hint of his final destination the possible destruction of the free American constitutional democratic system we cherish.
Reviewing the record, it is apparent Trump’s long-term strategy is to slowly, over time, withdraw from the poor, disadvantaged, and the middle class and provide Wall Street and his one percent business friends the lion’s share of the government’s taxpayer’ budget; not for me to remind the financiers receive enough from the rigged system’s lucre already. To the Teflon Don the effective transfer has political power and meaning on the Street and Mar-a-logo, the rest of us are losers.
Another subject: I cannot for the like of me understand a superpower nation with the largest and most prosperous economy in the world cannot solve its immigration policies pertaining to migrants as complicated as these issues can be. As I write there are seven thousand or more marching through Mexico prematurely to enter the country. The U. S. is a nation of 330 million people, the third largest population of any country below India, and above Indonesia and Brazil. Do we mean by law we cannot receive this crowd that is begging to enter?
I believe we can easily and safely, but with the proviso each of those who enter must be thoroughly screened for bad elements, and being poor and victimized by the previous country is not one for elimination, and must be taken into consideration. These trekking seven thousand or 10,000 can eventually be accommodated, but within the proper procedures to accomplish it. It could well be a significant task to include expanded immigration staff and the FBI to allow it to successfully evolve. In the long-term it will benefit the U. S.
Readers, let me get a little wishy–washy liberal in closing. I am not theological by any means, and live by common sense and science, not the supernatural, but what would Jesus do? What would Martin Luther King Jr. do, and what would the controversial bias white supremacist Louis Farrakhan do, who would be hesitant the poorest South American would take low paying jobs from his black supporters, he and the mentioned above would let them come in to the land of opportunity and dreams.
Have a nice day ahead and all the Best to you.