RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE

RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE
Donald Trump courageously debates and exposes Hillary Clinton -the epitome of political corruption, and defender of a World Order that has been rigged for generations. Yet, this same system that most of us dissaprove of has never been defended with as much ferocity as it is today. Why is he being criticized for calling the system for what it is?

Donald Trump first defeated the RIGHT HALF of a degenerated Republican Party that invented the loaded term of “Neoliberalism” which describes a political theory that used the rhetoric of free market economics, and conservatism in order to win elections, but pushed a statist agenda that grew the size of government, the power of lobbyists, the national debt, American interventionism, and corporativism.

Donald Trump held his party responsible for its roll in going along with an unjust and corrupt system that wasn’t any better than the Democrat Party. Mr Trump was able to identify our political and systemic problems in a way that made the American citizen feel heard and understood. Hence, his ability to win the Republican nomination despite the rejection from the entrenched political aristocrats running the RNC. Blue color conservatives and constitutionalists were able to see past his lack of political experience and were able to identify in Mr Trump his innate ability to motivate and lead people towards excellence and success.

Now he is fighting against a robotic candidate that has been preparing for over a half century and that represents a fast growing Orwellian state that dominates our system, our culture, and that looks to also control our lives. 1984 is indeed turning the omnipresence of the state into a reality in 2016.

Donald’s fighting instincts refuses to accept this rigged system that we silently acknowledge but that political correctness demonizes. From our latest Nobel Prize winner in literature -Bob Dylan in the 60’s and 70’s, to the lyrical protests of Public Enemy in the 80’s and 90’s, to the tenacious Rage Against the Machine in the 90’s and early 21st century, young adults have been protesting and voicing their discontent with an American system that is loosing its grip on freedom, justice, and morality.

Politically our nation has always been a contrarian society. From its foundation, to the Civil War, to the Civil Rights movement, to the Anti-War movement, and even the Occupy Wall Street movement, we’ve always fought for what is just. However, anyone who today questions the current system is now ridiculed, labeled as immoral, a malcontent, or even a deplorable individual.

Here you have a real puppet of the global elite that has lied, flip flopped, broken the law, conspired against the people she represents, made deals that favor her contributors or her political ambitions, put generations of minorities in prison, and much more. Nevertheless, the biased media, the vulgar entertainment industry, and a large number of people who have been persuaded into complacency, and utopian promises have the audacity to name call, judge, and demean those of us that have avoided the deception.

Some of us prefer to appreciate the value of a fighting leader of American greatness, and forgive a man that may be filled with flaws but that is comfortable owning his imperfections yet confident enough to put himself in the battlefield for what he believes in. How many of us can look at ourselves in the mirror, accept our shortcomings, and then go out there and fight with all our might for our own American Dream?

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2 Responses to “RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE”

  1. hocuspocus13 Says:

    That’s was excellent…󾓦

  2. TrumpPresidente Says:

    Thanks!

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