October 20, 2017

Seeing Trump’s world view…reading it daily, turns my stomach.  It turns my stomach because it is forcibly becoming my nation’s worldview whether we agree with his infantile twitterings or not.  It doesn’t matter what we think of it now.  We are rapidly becoming what we have allowed ourselves to be.

Just out report: “United Kingdom crime rises 13% annually amid spread of Radical Islamic terror.” Not good, we must keep America safe!

Of course there was no correlation drawn in the most recent report from the UK regarding the substantial rise in crime and “Radical Islamic terror”, hell we all knew that before we even double checked on Trump.  That doesn’t matter.  In Trump’s mind, that’s the way it is and therefore, it is.

This tweet is reminiscent of this profoundly retarded misunderstanding by Trump:

London Mayor Sadiq Khan, reassuring his people after a terrorist attack:

“Londoners will see an increased police presence today and over the course of the next few days. There’s no reason to be alarmed.”

This is obviously a statement informing people there is no imminent follow-up attack and we’re here to make sure everything is ok.  Don’t panic!  To which Trump tweets, in his infinite wisdom:

“At least 7 dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and Mayor of London says there is “no reason to be alarmed!” and:

“We must stop being politically correct and get down to the business of security for our people. If we don’t get smart it will only get worse.”

I’m not being fatalistic when I say, “What Donald Trump says, is,” it’s becoming reality before our very eyes with the passing of the budget in the Senate.  As stated repeatedly by this administration, we are going to cut funding to everything, particularly social programs, education, and protections (environmental, regulatory) and increase spending in anything related to war.

People and the land shall suffer domestically and globally; fail of their own accord with our blessing and urging as is our wont and also the natural course of affairs for the uninvolved and heartlessly disconnected.  We’ll set it straight in the end by leveling anything remaining with our Nationalistic might.   Directly from the passed budget:


Defund our global social programs that are preventative measure to stop strife before it happens and seek to make the world a better place for everyone.  That was a solid, forward looking  position and money well spent.  Where have we decided our money is better spent now?  Our foreign policy interests now lie in the machinery of war.  We’ll be waiting, we’ll be back, but this time, not with food in our hands.

Domestically, our states rights shall be returned to themselves.  Your state has it’s right, it’s liability to pick up your own pieces now.  We’ll fund CHIP to insure your 9 million poor children until 2019, after the midterms coincidentily, then it’s going to be on you states.  You’ll now have the right and responsibilty to take back your Federally protected lands, and parse them out to the raping of corporations.  Block grant out your insurance, and the rest is on you to figure out.  Good luck, we’re winning now.

Welfare systems, you’re on the block.  Student loan protections..you too.  Immigration, we got this thing locked down.  Everything, all of you, unless you’re involved with the machinery of war, your time is up.

I’ll just grab a little section out of the budget that was just accepted by the senate and this isn’t cherry picking, it’s reflective of the budget as a whole, so you can see how we’re winning again.  2017 vs 2018 budgetary adjustments by cabinet sectors:


Education isn’t nearly as important as the ability to reflexively kill things.  That’s -13.5% in education in one year.  One year.  HHS -16.2% in one year.

The budget as a whole is a pipedream of economic trickledown, that will never happen.  It adds over a Trillion to the deficit in one year with no clear way to regain the losses as well as has this retarded built in 1% lessening in Federal spending year over year, cumulatively, with no indicated way to balance the losses.  it has projected an impossible 5.1% year over year growth to the GDP.  It’s a fucking retarded budget and it easily passed with a simple majority; rubber-stamped by the 51 that I’m pretty sure didn’t read it or don’t care what it means.

The way it’s set up now, it only needs a simple majority in the house too, and from what I understand it is chained to tax reform which also will now need just a simple majority to pass.

What Trump says, is.

Click to access budget.pdf

7 thoughts on “October 20, 2017

  1. If you found a person on the street talking like tRumpsky, demanding that others agree to things not in reality, you would rightly assume they are mentally ill. With him we promoted that mental illness to the highest post in the country. Are 37 % of the country that mentally ill that they can not perceive and function in reality? Why is tRumpsky given credit for what parents would discipline their children if they caught them doing it?

    You can not bomb someone into liking you, you can’t war them into supporting your ideals. IF we want the other factions in the world to change their views, to begin to consider us friends, we must use something different than military might. You can not beat someone into loving you, only domestic abusers and bullies would think you could. Hugs

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  2. Republicans, Herr tRump and this evil budget they just passed are sickening. The destruction these spineless, soulless monsters are reaping on humanity and the most needy of the US citizens will be felt for generations. My rage and disgust at these cognitively disabled shit-heads is beyond my ability to put into words. I’m sickened by what tRump, the GOP, and tRump’s supporters have turned my country completely into: A war mongering machine that sucks the blood from its poor and disabled to feed its ever growing appetite for devastation, destruction and world dominance. Shame on the people of America for letting this happen.

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  3. If I read this right, Nuclear Security has the highest increase in this budget. Other countries will do the same if we ignore our existing nuclear treaties. You cannot expect North Korea to disarm under these circumstances. Can you blame them?

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  4. I’m not sure why the UK keep allowing Trump to use them to further his own agendas. The fact that they’ve refused to distance themselves from his overwhelmingly nasty politics will be all for nothing when they realise that the easy trade deal they’re hoping for will not materialise.

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