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America Will Destroy Itself, Part 2

There’s now an army of proud me-firsters who can’t wait to help COVID-19 hitchhike across America

Many people in this country are very confused about what constitutes one’s “rights”, “freedoms”, etc.

While the left is busy demonstrating its “right” to tear things down without a clue, or concern, about how to build things up, during this pandemic it’s popular among many on the right, to defy the lockdown and wearing a mask, because they’re seen as part of a huge, conspiratorial plot to infringe on their rights and freedoms.

True to form, in this all-about-me country, there is zero thought, consideration, regard, etc., for the rights of others, the great danger of spreading a deadly disease to your fellow citizens, and/or of contracting and spreading it to one’s own family, friends, etc.

A Red Letter Day

So, when a quarter-of-a-million selfish, short-sighted, over-revved folks come to a small town – from all over the country – in defiance of common sense, one should be reasonably concerned about the potential disaster that may result, especially when they return to their homes.

If, by some strange chance, .01% of these 250,000 supposed attendees contract, or already have the disease, and spread it during the…10-day event, some 2,500 potential carriers will then, unknowingly let themselves loose on any and everyone they encounter during and after their return trip to their homes.

Going My Way?

Along with long-standing US policies of aggression, violence, terrorism, exploitation of others, etc., the deterioration of personal self-responsibility, values, ethics, morals, reason and a…genuine concern for others, are huge factors in bringing about the destruction of the country.

Not only is there an invisible enemy that “loves crowds“, and that our misspent trillions of dollars on weaponry is impotent to destroy, there’s also now an army of proud me-firsters who can’t wait to help it hitchhike across America.

As Billy Meier said:

“America will destroy itself.”

COVID-19: The Illusion of Recovery

There are aspects of COVID-19 still not known, nor understood, by medical authorities…but long explained by the Plejaren and Billy Meier. One great concern is that the disease never really leaves the body and may account for sudden, severe, unexpected complications, and even death, such as recently occurred:

Former Florida State center dies during training in Serbia after recovering from coronavirus

Again, this was spelled out in specific, ignored and suppressed warnings:

February 3, 2020:

10)  Even after a recovery, a corona affection can lead to possible life-long health disorders and various organic afflictions and illnesses.

14)  Further research cognitions show that immunities, which used to be present after recovery from previous diseases, can be reversed after an illness from the corona virus and consequently old ailments and diseases can reappear again.

May 30:

Furthermore it has to be said, as I explained earlier, that the corona virus results in a form of illness which allows a recovery but no effective cure, because the virus continues to exist unrecognizable by medical-virological examinations purely on impulse and can become acutely effective again sooner or later, depending on the circumstances. This is not the condition that arises when a recovery takes place and then after a certain time a reactivation takes place, because in such a case the effect of the virus continues to exist despite recovery, namely through the inclusion of a viral deposit in antibodies, although this possibility is still unknown to terrestrial medicine and cannot be researched by it.

June 13:

“With that which can be left behind by the virus in the human organism – be it after a recovery or during an infectious state in which no infection can be detected – the virus can form and maintain undetectable long-term damage, which in the course of time can develop into long lasting and new kinds of diseases and illnesses, also diverse kinds of cancer as well as body and genital deformations, the cause of which will not be able to be determined.”

There didn’t appear to be any mention of the known health status of his teammates which, considering the enormously contagious nature of this disease, should also be a matter of concern.

And, with the big push on to reopen schools, by those who focus primarily on “economic issues”, of great concern is the lack of understanding that…

Sacrificing the Children Leads to the Death of Society

…which also reminds us that…

The Stupid Is Rising Faster Than We Can Bail

And a new interview:

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Tony Vasquez
Tony Vasquez
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August 13, 2020 3:07 pm

We are 82 days away from the US presidential election on November 3rd, and it looks like it will be a close one. With Kamala Harris added to the Democratic ticket, we know the choices – Trump/Pence vs Biden/Harris.

I recently had a long discussion with a friend of mine who is a college professor at the University of Michigan. He’s a black man, PhD, and very smart. He is not a racist, and neither am I. We both know that racism belongs only to the very stupid people.

I will not give out my friend’s name, he would not approve of that. He doesn’t want any backlash at work. I’ll just call him Charles.

Charles, who has been studying American politics for 40 years, says that this presidential election, more than any other, will be racially dominated. He says 95% of the people that will vote for Trump are white, and most of them are what he, and many others, called “poor white trash”. He said they are uneducated, very ignorant, racists, and many are religious fanatics. He said they love Trump because he is one of them.

I don’t like to call people “white trash”, but I know the kind of people he’s talking about – poor, uneducated, racist, white people who are very stubborn in their beliefs and ways.

I did some research.

Today, 92% of Republicans are white, while 60% of Democrats are white, and 40% are non-white – black, brown, yellow (Orientals), and red (Native Americans). Over one-fifth of Democrats (22%) are black, while 16% are Brown.

Republicans are overwhelmingly white. Just 2% of Republicans are black, and 6% are Brown. Since 98% of voting blacks, and 94% of voting Browns are Democrats, Charles is correct, this election will be very racial. Trump in his evil insane way has succeeded in dividing this nation even further racially, which of course, is tragic and very stupid. And if Trump is re-elected, I think you will see riots/looting and 100 US cities burn. It will be very tragic.

Racism is alive and well in America, especially among Trump supporters, which number around 40 million people. With Harris on the Demo ticket, the racists will be out in great numbers.

This election will be very interesting, with a black woman (Harris) on the Demo ticket, and mail-in ballots (possible fraud) becoming a huge issue, and with Russia (pro Trump), China (pro Biden), and even Iran (pro Biden) getting deeply (illegally) involved, many unusual and crooked things can happen.

Also, Trump will pull every crooked, unethical, stupid, and illegal trick to get re-elected. He’s a madman that will literally do any selfish thing. For examples – He continues to push for the economy to re-open, and for schools to re-open, both extremely stupid actions that will cause 1000s of Americans to die. But he thinks he has to do both to get re-elected.

Ptaah and Billy said he’s a mentally ill madman. Like Billy said, he’s very dumb, and if you vote for him you will be as dumb as he is.

1500 Americans tragically died (reported) yesterday of Covid, and the economy very sadly continues to be destroyed and destroyed. That’s 1500 more loved ones that people are crying about, and more millions of jobs lost. Trump has proven over that last 6 months that he is incapable of handling this crisis, and in my opinion, any crisis. As a matter of fact, without a doubt, he caused this pandemic in the USA, and therefore, he caused this economic destruction, and he continues to increase both!

My opinion of Kamala Harris – she is a very bright and strong woman that will tear into Trump expertly. She’s brave and will not back down to any criticism. I like her a lot. She’s not perfect, no one is, but I think she would be a good president, if that happens someday. Much better than Trump, Pence, or even Biden.

Melissa Osaki
Melissa Osaki
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Reply to  Tony Vasquez
August 13, 2020 4:14 pm

Calling people trash just because they are poor, white and uneducated is just as ignorant and bigoted as any other slur or stereotype. Sounds like your friend may want to examine his own prejudices.

Tony Vasquez
Tony Vasquez
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Reply to  Melissa Osaki
August 13, 2020 5:05 pm

LOL Again you misunderstood. He is not a racist. I said that clearly. He’s too smart for that. He just used that name because many people use it to refer to them. I think he mainly dislikes them, not hate, because most of them are racists, and he grew up in Detroit, and he suffered a lot of racism in school, at work, in the streets, and in college, a lot!

He hates racism, as I do. He told me recently that it’s very difficult being a black man in America because all of the racism that white people throw at him. I personally know exactly what he is talking about. George Floyd and many others know that too.

Melissa Osaki
Melissa Osaki
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Reply to  Tony Vasquez
August 13, 2020 5:39 pm

You misunderstood what I said. I’m not accusing him of racism, but classing a group of people based on the color of their skin IS racism and/or bigotry. This is the disgusting behavior that’s taken hold in politics today. Everything is racist and sexist. If someone doesn’t agree with someone else, they are automatically a racist or a sexist. It’s quite possible that many white people voted for Trump because they were tired of the status quo and wanted an outsider who wasn’t a politician. Many people might not like it, but Trump has a lot of support from black, white, yellow, brown and red. His white supporters are obviously higher because there are more white people in the U.S., but the polls clearly show his support from black Americans has increased since the 2016 election.

People accuse Trump of being a racist because he’s white, but if I’m looking at it logically and with reason, I’ve never seen any signs of racism from him.

Tony Vasquez
Tony Vasquez
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Reply to  Melissa Osaki
August 13, 2020 6:23 pm

ok, whatever. lol

Tony Vasquez
Tony Vasquez
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August 13, 2020 8:05 pm

Below are just a few clear examples of Trump’s racism. There are in fact hundreds more.

Donald Trump’s long history of racism, from the 1970s to 2020, is very obvious and clear to any objective observer.

Trump has repeatedly claimed he’s “the least racist person.” His history says otherwise.

1973: The US Department of Justice — under the Nixon administration, out of all administrations — sued the Trump Management Corporation for violating the Fair Housing Act. Federal officials found evidence that Trump had refused to rent to Black tenants and lied to Black applicants about whether apartments were available, among other accusations.

1980s: Kip Brown, a former employee at Trump’s Castle, accused another one of Trump’s businesses of discrimination. “When Donald and Ivana came to the casino, the bosses would order all the black people off the floor,” Brown said. “It was the eighties, I was a teenager, but I remember it: They put us all in the back.”

1989: In a controversial case that’s been characterized as a modern-day lynching, four Black teenagers and one Latino teenager — the “Central Park Five” — were accused of attacking and raping a jogger in New York City. Trump immediately took charge in the case, running an ad in local papers demanding, “BRING BACK THE DEATH PENALTY. BRING BACK OUR POLICE!” The teens’ convictions were later vacated after they spent seven to 13 years in prison, and the city paid $41 million in a settlement to the teens. But Trump in October 2016 said he still believes they’re guilty, despite the DNA evidence to the contrary.

1991: A book by John O’Donnell, former president of Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, quoted Trump’s criticism of a Black accountant: “Black guys counting my money! I hate it. The only kind of people I want counting my money are short guys that wear yarmulkes every day. … I think that the guy is lazy. And it’s probably not his fault, because laziness is a trait in blacks. It really is, I believe that. It’s not anything they can control.”

1992: The Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino had to pay a $200,000 fine because it transferred Black and women dealers off tables to accommodate a big-time gambler’s prejudices.

1993: In congressional testimony, Trump said that some Native American reservations operating casinos shouldn’t be allowed because “they don’t look like Indians to me.”

2005: Trump publicly pitched what was essentially The Apprentice: White People vs. Black People. He said he “wasn’t particularly happy” with the most recent season of his show, so he was considering “an idea that is fairly controversial — creating a team of successful African Americans versus a team of successful whites. Whether people like that idea or not, it is somewhat reflective of our very vicious world.”

2016: He argued that Judge Gonzalo Curiel — who was overseeing the Trump University lawsuit — should recuse himself from the case because of his Mexican heritage and membership in a Latino lawyers association. House Speaker Paul Ryan, who endorsed Trump, later called such comments “the textbook definition of a racist comment.”

2017: In the week after white supremacist protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August, Trump repeatedly said that “many sides” and “both sides” were to blame for the violence and chaos that ensued — suggesting that the white supremacist protesters were morally equivalent to counter protesters who stood against racism. He also said that there were “some very fine people” among the white supremacists.

2018: Speaking about immigration in a bipartisan meeting in January, Trump reportedly asked, in reference to Haiti and African countries, “Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?” He then reportedly suggested that the US should take more people from countries like Norway. The implication: Immigrants from predominantly white countries are good, while immigrants from predominantly Black countries are bad.

2018: Trump tweeted later that year that several Black and brown members of Congress — Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Ayanna Pressley (D-MA), Ilhan Omar (D-MN), and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) — are “from countries whose governments are a complete and total catastrophe” and that they should “go back” to those countries. It’s a common racist trope to say that Black and Brown people, particularly immigrants, should go back to their countries of origin. Three of the four members of Congress whom Trump targeted were born in the US.

2020: Trump has called the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus the “Chinese virus” and “kung flu.” The World Health Organization is against linking a virus to any particular region, since it can lead to stigma. Trump’s adviser, Kellyanne Conway, previously described the term “kung flu” as “highly offensive.” Meanwhile, Asian Americans have reported hateful incidents targeting them due to the spread of the coronavirus.

There is also a lot of research showing that people’s racial attitudes can change their views on politics and policy.

Simply put, racial attitudes were a big driver of Trump’s election — just as they long have been for general beliefs about politics and policy.

White supremacist groups have openly embraced Trump. Trump describing Mexican immigrants as “rapists” and criminals — were to white supremacists real signals approving of their racist causes. One white supremacist wrote, “Our Glorious Leader and ULTIMATE SAVIOR has gone full-wink-wink-wink to his most aggressive supporters.”

Some of them even argued that Trump has softened the greater public to their racist messaging. “The success of the Trump election just proves that our views resonate with millions,” said Rachel Pendergraft, a national organizer for the Knights Party, which succeeded David Duke’s Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. “They may not be ready for the Ku Klux Klan yet, but as anti-white hatred escalates, they will.”

So, while Trump may deny his racism and bigotry, at some level his supporters seem to get it. As much as his history of racism shows that he’s racist, perhaps who supported him and why is just as revealing — and it doesn’t paint a favorable picture for Trump, or his supporters.

Melissa Osaki
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Reply to  Tony Vasquez
August 13, 2020 9:09 pm

I can find you just as many MSM articles showing that he isn’t racist, but I could care less about anything coming from the news or anyone else. My own judgement has served me well over the years, and I trust it. Donald Trump only cares about two things: money and his HUGE ego.

But I will leave you with some comments he made back in February 2000 when interviewed by Matt Lauer…since we’re comparing notes.

Lauer, Feb. 14, 2000: “When you say the party is self-destructing, what do you see as the biggest problem with the Reform Party right now?”

Trump: “Well, you’ve got David Duke just joined — a bigot, a racist, a problem. I mean, this is not exactly the people you want in your party.”

“The Reform Party now includes a Klansman, Mr. Duke, a neo-Nazi, Mr. Buchanan, and a communist, Ms. Fulani. This is not company I wish to keep.”

“Although I am totally comfortable with the people in the New York Independence Party, I leave the Reform Party to David Duke, Pat Buchanan and Lenora Fulani. That is not company I wish to keep.”

Tony Vasquez
Tony Vasquez
Blog Member
Reply to  Melissa Osaki
August 13, 2020 9:29 pm

If anyone ever tells you, you are stubborn, believe them. Whatever you say, Melissa, whatever you say. LOL

Melissa Osaki
Melissa Osaki
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Reply to  Tony Vasquez
August 13, 2020 9:39 pm

How am I stubborn? Just because I don’t agree with the magnificent Tony? Why don’t you take a long hard look in the mirror. I don’t have to agree with you, and I don’t.

Tony Vasquez
Tony Vasquez
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Reply to  Melissa Osaki
August 13, 2020 10:02 pm

Are you a Trump supporter? Ptaah, Billy, and many, many intelligent people aren’t.

Melissa Osaki
Melissa Osaki
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Reply to  Tony Vasquez
August 13, 2020 10:30 pm

See, this is the problem. You put people into Box A or Box B. I don’t agree with Tony, so obviously I’m a part of the racist, white, Trump supporting Box B.

I would say the same thing about any other candidate that was being made out to be an evil racist by the mainstream media. It has nothing to do with any approval or disapproval of Trump himself. The facts are still valid regardless of my feelings about his job performance.

David Hurlburt
David Hurlburt
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Reply to  Melissa Osaki
August 15, 2020 1:22 am

Greetings, BEAM TEAM

A sage once posted “Politics makes you stupid’

I recall….Billy said “Politics is the son of religion’

This blog could be discussing how to do better in life as the BEAM TEAM

It makes me sad to see people here argue over politics since the thoughts fly back….when you realize it does nothing good to argue.

Especially here where the Whirled Wide Web can see us ranting instead of creating. We are better than that!
People come here from MH’s CV19 alerts for life altering awareness …..and see politics.

In the PSYCHE is an analogy of how thoughts are like hurled boomerangs….look it up.

Share neutral positive thinking.

Do we have Peace in Wisdom? We could, but it takes silence, less media and TIME.

Thank you, BEAM TEAM.

PS: If we put faces on all the texting we would improve our blog ….so let’s do a group zoom, just for an hour once a month.

Melissa Osaki
Melissa Osaki
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Reply to  David Hurlburt
August 15, 2020 1:35 am

Hi David,

Yes, politics makes people stupid. I would be happy to never hear another word about brain amputee politicians and their corrupt systems of governance. Someday folks will realize the truth and the whole system will be changed to benefit the whole instead of the few.

Let’s hope others are listening.

Tony Vasquez
Tony Vasquez
Blog Member
Reply to  MH
August 13, 2020 10:14 pm

Anyone who doesn’t see that Trump is a racist has very poor judgment, and is not seeing the facts, or maybe he/she is just being stubborn because they voted for him in 2016, and they don’t want to admit they made a huge mistake. And of course this is just my opinion, but Billy said he was dumb, and I say he is dumb. Ptaah says he’s mentally ill, and I agree.

Tim Thomas
Tim Thomas
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Reply to  Tony Vasquez
August 14, 2020 3:00 am

Tony, your words consistently show your condescension towards others.
In this case towards Melissa.
I have also experienced your condescension directed towards me.

You are a condescending man, in my opinion.
Based on repeated evidence that you provide in nearly every post.

Jacobus Kotze
Jacobus Kotze
Blog Member
Reply to  Tony Vasquez
August 14, 2020 9:59 am

It is rather curious Tony that your name ans surname both amount to the anti-logos number. Maybe it is just a funny coincidence. A suggestion Tony, why don’t you stop wasting your time on brain dead hypocritical politicians and focus more on the valuable aspects in the case? You would be doing the moderators a favor, because I have noticed that you are inclined to write large essays, which would personally drive me up the wall if i had to read through all of them.

V a s q u e z 111×6=666
22 1 19 17 21 5 26

T o n y 74×9=666
20 15 14 25

Brigite de Roch
Brigite de Roch
Blog Member
Reply to  Tony Vasquez
August 14, 2020 10:36 pm

White people told me what I could or could not say or do around black people when I first moved to the US in the
80’s. With the years, however, I learned that both blacks and whites have their own cultures, their own cooking, their own history, their own ways of speaking and that there is no reason for separation.

When socializing with people from other countries living in the US, I see racism there as well, especially if children are involved. Immigrants hold on to the aspects of difference they learned in their home country and have a hard time behaving otherwise.

In both cases, this kind of thinking comes from parental and social interaction.

While America’s primary bias is race, other countries have bias about class, gender, geography, age, among other things. In fact, there are countries that are more racists than America.

It’s a bad habit to have.

Jim Portillo
Jim Portillo
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August 13, 2020 10:43 pm
Melissa Osaki
Melissa Osaki
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August 17, 2020 3:53 pm

The riots in Portland are completely out of control.

They continue to assault and harass innocent people who are just driving in their cars. It’s unfathomable that the city and state leadership would let this chaos go on for so long. Their complete inability to properly manage their districts is on full display.

It’s the inhumanity of these rioters and protesters that blows me away. Antifa have been filmed attacking children and older folks as well. I knew this chaos was coming, but I still have a hard time understanding how so many people could revert to such barbarism and caveman behavior.

Twenty years ago, the civil war prophecy was a joke to the skeptics…but it’s doubtful they’re laughing anymore.

https://nypost.com/2020/08/17/blm-mob-beat-white-man-unconscious-after-making-him-crash-truck/

Tim Thomas
Tim Thomas
Blog Member
Reply to  Melissa Osaki
August 17, 2020 5:49 pm

I don’t think many will laugh after witnessing/reading that news report.
Perhaps a small minority who sympathizes with the perpetrators, but not many.

And even that small minority will not be laughing when Ausurtung like that is returned in kind with Ausurtung from either the police/agencies/military/National Guard and/or whites seeking retribution.

That video/article was just awful.

In the present and as to what it pertends for the future.

AJ Fleming
AJ Fleming
Blog Member
September 13, 2020 8:09 am

Trump is old school. My grandfather’s generation was very much into stereotypes and jokes regarding different groups. I do not think Trump is responsible for “promoting” racism. Trump is being Trump. If anyone feels the need to point fingers, it would be more productive to point it at yourselves, your family, your friends, and your community. Children are not born racist. They are influenced. They notice when you whisper, crack a joke, act funny around people of another color, another nationality, another community. They hear how you and your friends react, then they tend to adopt the same attitudes because you are their community. They see you when you scoot away or keep your interactions curt with members of groups different than your own. It’s not just about color. In my city, there are Bulgarians who will only be friends with other Bulgarians… actually driving almost 2 hours into Michigan just to be around Bulgarians and their celebrations. I see Muslims and Indians here who do the same. They won’t let their kids join a lot of the school activities. They won’t let them buy lunch in the schools. They absolutely insist they pack their lunch to stay true to their native cuisines. They try to remain close knit to each other, but in the process they short change the other kids the opportunities to meet someone from other cultures. Why come here if you continue to live as if you’re still in your respective country? I don’t understand that. If I chose to pick up and move abroad, of course I would have to learn the language, eat the food, and participate. Each person has the ability to choose how they will behave and treat others. The problem you see today is due to lack of self-control and intelligence. So many people cannot control their basic drives or their emotions.

AJ Fleming
AJ Fleming
Blog Member
September 13, 2020 8:41 am

I should also clarify I do not refer to mental intelligence, alone. I mean to include emotional intelligence, knowing how to read others, having the ability to exercise empathy, patience, how to use reasonable discernment, and how to properly interact with others. This last bit I find lacking tremendously amongst today’s population because they like to stay holed up in their homes with their technology. If anyone is interested in my race, I am half white and half Asian, but born in the U.S. I grew up next to a black family, Mexicans, and Puerto Ricans in a lower middle class neighborhood. However, my community was primarily made up of white, blue collar workers. If it had not been for where specifically I grew up, I know without a doubt I would have fear of other groups due to the divide. You want to combat division? Then don’t be divisive. Some cases of racist attitudes against blacks or Mexicans today, from my perspective is due to the calloused, angry, disrespectful, hatred of authority and rules, etc vibes that many of these individuals portray. If you and your child were out and encountered some jerk from another country or of color, you know without a doubt that gets filed in the back of your head as a generalization of some sort. First, a red flag goes up because you detect danger or something you don’t like, then it gets filed visually and emotionally. So the next time you are out and encounter someone who reminds you of that experience, you are already sensitive and hyper-alert. Encounter several similar experiences with a particular group, and you may eventually form your own pre-judgments and stereotypes. If we as individuals don’t like this, then change it first in yourself. It will ripple out. People scare me because they don’t realize what kind of power they possess no matter what your station is in life. Why choose to promote the negative. Be brave and move forward to produce positive influence. Screaming and yelling, using foul words and name calling does nothing but attack your own character. It attacks the character of your group… whether it be color, religion, sexual orientation, etc.

AJ Fleming
AJ Fleming
Blog Member
September 13, 2020 9:55 am

As far as the pandemic goes, I do not blame Trump particularly for this. How many other viruses have spread and you know yourself, you did not think you would be affected from things like Ebola? What did the WHO and CDC do? What about your local news stations? How many of you ever really watched the news anyway on your tv or phone or computer? Trump relies on other people to inform him. Did he drop the ball… yes at a certain degree when he downplayed the seriousness. However, majority of people would NOT have listened anyway. Even now, people are still not listening or following the guidelines. It doesn’t matter if he sounded the alarm in Fall of 2019. Is it his fault this virus was in Europe? Mexico? Global? No, absolutely not. People love to tout how other countries aren’t as affected. Well, how big are those countries compared to the U.S.? Of those, which ones rely on the majority of their supplies and ingredients to come from China? Would you also not say that the citizens here also felt the need to fight for the freedoms to not wear a mask or to the right to go back to work? To travel? To congregate? If the incubation period was just on average 5-14 days, and everyone cooperated at the same time, we could’ve knocked this out in maybe 2 months or 3. No man or woman leader has the power to control literally millions of people to act responsibly and at the exact same time. For instance, my own spouse goes to the bar every week and gets completely trashed and comes home and touches everything. Do you think he washed his hands each time he used the restroom at the bar? Do you think they disinfect every beer bottle and glass that is served? Let’s not forget the walk between the table and the restroom. Do you think he really had the sense to reapply his mask correctly? To not joke and shout to his buddies as they became more drunk? If there was any virus on the mask, and you just grab it or throw it on the table, which people do… what will happen? Is that Trump’s fault? No. But apparently I don’t have the choice but to follow my spouse around and nag him to wash up and I have to clean everything. So people want to say it’s Trump’s fault the economy tanked during this pandemic because they closed things down. No. People would’ve still gotten sick and spread it around. A lot are down and out 2 weeks minimum. I caught this from my spouse in March and despite getting past the fever at 3 weeks, the cough persisted through 8 weeks. I still am losing hair, my eyesight has been deteriorating rapidly and I still have chest pain that I will have to get checked out because I think it may have done something to my heart (and it’s now 6 months past my initial symptoms). It was China who knew of this virus and worried more about their reputation than they did about people. They are brilliant. They gradually invaded America through her economy and education. They got us from the inside out and it started long before Trump. Pin the blame on our previous leaders, our businesses, ourselves. You continue to buy their products. You don’t have much of a choice still to buy their products or support China. The artificial sweetener in our sodas is made in China. Antibiotics, ingredients for cleaners, too. I can’t even get fabric or elastic to make masks because it has to be imported from China. The masks you see in the store and the internet… made in China. What a kick in the teeth. They tried to stay hush about the virus, let it spread, and then they sell you masks, hand sanitizer, thermometers, and medicine. Weaken the U.S. from the inside out & Americans want to cry foul because we supported it when we decided to buy it and buy it now. Then no one wants to go through the discomfort and pain of restructuring ourselves… the pain of taxes… lower wages so the companies can afford to operate. A problem with America is we want freedom and no rules… like a toddler. Perhaps if we were more self-regulated and responsible… united in the support and growth of our communities, then government wouldn’t have grown so large. Then people complain they want government to solve the problem when the problem is already too big. So radicals burn the cities down and say not my problem, I will just find somewhere else to go. Congrats, they just raised our taxes and prices. They say not my problem, I won’t work so I don’t have to pay taxes and then things continue to deteriorate because the structures fall apart. As your community hits bottom, your citizens will also get sicker and weaker. Then they will be trapped just like low income neighborhoods. The people who can get out will. The ones who cannot suffer. Eventually, there will be nowhere to run to. The companies are out of business now because they are bankrupt or in some places, like Portland, burnt down. The jobs have been shipped abroad. Why do people blame Trump? Because he possesses characteristics you don’t like. So many people are shouting why did people vote for an “idiot” president? He was voted in because he was the one who had the balls to say let’s turn this ship around and separate our dependence on China. I don’t know why people think the state of our country is all Trump’s fault. It requires all citizens in this country to UNITE and do the work. Wear the mask. Don’t put yourself into situations where 100s of people gather and RISK spreading the virus. Don’t buy up all the toilet paper and cleaning supplies, which creates a shortage, so other people can attain something to clean themselves and their homes to help stop the virus from being spread. Be cognizant. You were the frog in the pot of warm water that eventually boiled and cooked you. Admit that and then make changes, but violence is not the answer. Throwing tantrums or being aggressive is not the answer. That is divisive to the point where people will just shut critics out and not care what they have to say. So then because they are not heard or respected, they get angrier and kill them because they feel less than? Ok, now you just decreased manpower and skills that could’ve improved your community. You just decreased the amount being paid into medicare for your future use which by the way, you might need if you have been unable to save any earnings for your elder years. For example, despite my parents living frugally… like rewashing ziploc bags and aluminum foil and reusing them, diluting dishsoap, reusing laundry water, my mom’s medication for one prescription is $600 a month. Her stay in rehab after a brain hemorrhage in a facility with nursing was $38,000. Her helicopter ride over $100,000. Don’t tell me people don’t need the government. You can argue it’s the healthcare system’s fault. It’s the education system’s fault that doctors graduate with enormous debt that they don’t start profiting until they are 50 years old. No. That is a consequence of capitalism and freedom. There is a reason regulations are made, and what can you do if they have to be continually be made to the point where you feel choked out by it and can’t get ahead in life? Take responsibility for yourself, your community, not gaming the system, not using the loopholes, etc and maybe if everyone did that, everything would be alright. Tank the greed. Raise your children to be upright. Weed out the exploitation on person at a time… not promote hatred and murder. You’re just teaching the young to do the same when you don’t get what you want. Help a neighbor. Share your skills. Why does everything have to have a high price? America is not Trump’s fault and even if he was a stellar human example, people wouldn’t listen unless he was a half nude woman rockstar or sports idol or something. The change starts with you, your family, your community. Put the structure in place. Destruction of the family and moral values helped to create this mess. Trump is human just like the rest of us and so he is not perfect, he is not a saint. We heard the tapes, the comments about the women, the rape. Should we have voted on his character alone vs Hilary? He’s a little more open about it. He didn’t try to hide it all. What other choice was there? And now? I refuse to put a woman into office as some kind of consolation prize because Biden is mentally shaky. As of now, not sure what I will do, maybe vote for a third party… if I really wanted to stay true to my ego. But I am thinking about our country, and right now it really needs to become more self-sufficient. Is he an awesome human? Is he gross? Is he truely successful? Because he ran for president and not some other person, I should be angry? Lots of people in high places are not upright. Many are there because they got there in unsavory ways. Good luck bringing them all down. They support each other. It’s their club. Not enough people vote for the other parties. And even the good ones that get in quickly find out they can’t effect change. They have to cooperate, then they get sucked into the dynamics, and ultimately become like them or fail. So, there’s that.