Wednesday 17 July 2019

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This ignoramus is the stupidest and most obnoxious president that the people in the United State’s ’history has ever had to endure.  While more people in the USA voted for Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton, (she received nearly 2.9 million more votes than Trump did. Clinton obtained 48.2 percent of the votes while Trump received 46.1 percent. Are those who voted for Trump now regretting that they voted for him?  The Electoral College chose Trump to become president. Shame on them for their stupidity.

Before I take you into that part of my article dealing with his racism, I will tell you more about this political sleaze bag.

Not too long ago, I was asked to describe Trump as a man and as  a president in as few words possible. Here is how I described him.

Rhetorically, he has the brain of a flea and the mouth of a hippopotamus.  He breaths in air with his nose and when he opens his mouth to speak, what comes out can be best described to those around him as sounding like a fart. It is just an abundance of useless gas going everywhere and lodging itself into our minds.  He never opens his mouth without first subtracting from his mind what he was taught in school about decent human behaviour.

Can anyone possessing a functional brain really trust this ignorant twit? 

He has to be the biggest liar in history. From the time he ran for the  presidency until now, he has lied as many as  ten thousand times.  The wooden puppet  is said to have lied many times and when he lied, his nose grew longer. If  every time Trump lied and his nose grew a foot in length. his nose could encircle Washington DC three times. 

“Donald Trump’s lies have created an administration that is comfortable with corruption”, according to a historian who studiedpast presidents who were in office. Robert Dallek, who has written a number of books including Franklin Roosevelt: A Political Life, and who believes that the current administration ranks as one of the most corrupt in US history. “This is the kind of thing you see when you’re dealing with a malignant narcissist, someone who believes that everything revolves around him,” Dallek said.

Many people believe that Trump’s so-called university that was supposed to teach the students the techniques of real-estate sales menship. was a de facto scam.  The students who paid to attend his so-called university were literally ripped off.

First of all, Trump University was never a university. When the “school” was established in 2005, the New York State Education Department warned Trump that it was in violation of state law for operating without a NYSED license. Trump ignored the warnings. The institution is now called, Trump Entrepreneur Initiative.                 
Trump University was the defendant in three lawsuits in which two class-action lawsuits were filed in California, and one filed in New York by then-attorney general Eric Schneiderman who told CNN’s New Dayin 2013—“We started looking at Trump University and discovered that it was a classic bait-and-switch scheme. It was a scam, starting with the fact that it was not a university.”      

The lead plaintiff in one of the California suits, yoga instructor Tarla Makaeff, says she was “scammed” out of $60,000 over the course of her time in Trump University.

There was an episode in Donald Trump's past that shows just how far this billionaire businessman would go to get his way. It began in 1981. Trump bought a 14-story building on prime real estate facing New York City's Central Park. His plan was to tear down the building and replace it with luxury condos. But first he needed to remove a small band of rent-stabilized tenants out of the building.  To succeed, Trump played rough, according to lawsuits filed by the tenants. Renters said he stopped heat and hot water being available to them and he imposed tough building rules. Trump even proposed sheltering homeless people in the building. It went on for five years as Trump fought tenants, real estate lawyers, New York state regulators and city officials. CNNMoney reviewed 2,895 court documents in which most of them are now only available on microfiche at New York state courts that detailed  a fight that's now largely forgotten.

By 1981, Trump was already the epitome of American business bravado. At 35 years of age, he had made historic multi-million dollar land deals, saved a blighted midtown Manhattan subway hub, and was in the process of erecting the black-framed glass behemoth of the luxurious Trump Tower.

The next move in his real life game of Monopoly came in July 1981, when he bought a hotel and its neighbor, a rent-stabilized building at 100 Central Park South. Two months later, he applied for a demolition permit to blow it up. Trump fired the building manager and replaced him with Citadel Management. In his book, The Art of the Deal, Trump himself said he chose a company that "specialized in relocating tenants."

Just a few months later, on New Year's Eve, several tenants received identical "lease violation" warning letters. The previous building owner had given renters permission to knock down walls and renovate their apartment units. But Trump was reversing that exception, and renters had only 12 days to rebuild the walls or face eviction. The renters hired a real estate lawyer known in New York City for being particularly aggressive. They sued Trump and his company, Park South Associates. CNNMoney identified at least two instances in which New York state judges stepped in to put Trump's lease violation notices on hold.

In their 1982 lawsuits, the tenants said Trump had cut off their hot water and heat during New York's freezing winters and stopped all building repairs. One claimed he allowed "a rodent infestation of the premises." Another said he imposed burdensome new rules in an attempt to force them out. For example, Trump's new building manager claimed there was a burglary in the building. Dentists with the clinic were ordered to send their patients to the garbage-filled service elevator to reach the floor where the dentist’s clinic was located according to the building management documents and the dentist's lawsuit that Trump  tried to fight.   

Dr. Michael Richman refused to comply with the new rule, complaining in court documents that Trump "mounted a campaign of harassment. "Mr. Trump is willing to resort to any device or tactic to drive out the tenants from the building," he said. Trump's lawyers fought back, questioning whether the dentist's office even qualified for rent control. Back then, many of the building's tenants were retirees or older professionals and have since died. All that remains of their tale is detailed in sworn affidavits and court testimony.

One occasion, Trump sued a tenant for not paying rent even though the man, Anderson Clipper, actually did. New York City Judge Jay Stuart Dankberg eventually blasted Trump for the "spurious and unnecessary" lawsuit, according to The New York Times. The judge dismissed the lawsuit and said that Trump was trying to "harass" Clipper, and he ordered Trump to refund 5% of Clipper's rent.

According to transcripts of a court hearing. "They didn't want any repairs done. No cleaning. No accepting of packages," As a result, Scaasi's luxurious apartment was plagued by water leaks which put at peril his art collection, that included a 1926 Picasso painting and works of art by Claude Monet and others.

A ten-month water pipe that  leaked in Apartment 14B got so nasty that two brothers who grew up in there saw brown-and-white mushrooms sprouting from their bedroom carpet, according to court documents and recent CNNMoney interviews. "It felt like we were under attack," one of the brothers, now 57 and living north of the city, told CNNMoney recently. "Trump did his best not to repair anything."

Does Trump’s behavior towards his tenants remind you as how he treats all Americans and refugees since he became the president of the United States?

Before he became the president, he promised that he would put on display all his tax returns. He didn’t. After he was elected, he made that promise again. He broke his promise again. His excuse was that that his auditors were still working on them. If that is so, why are they taking four years to finish the job?  Fortunately, the governor of New York has stated that Trump’s tax returns will be publically displayed. Then everyone will be able to see what he was hiding.

And now, I will tell you about his racism that he thrusts on millions of citizens and refugees living in the United States.

I willingly admit that I do understand the problem of the enormous influx of refugees flooding in the lower states of the United States from Mexico and Central American nations.

When he spoke of the Mexicans crossing into the United States, he said, "When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're sending people that have lots of problems. They're bringing in drugs, they're bringing in crime. They're rapists.” 
Was he also applying those remarks to the Mexican  mothers and their children who also crossed the border?

After he made that stupid remark, it became evident to the Americans that their new president had placed his tongue in motion before his brain was properly in gear. Ever since,  his brain has not been in the proper gear when he makes both oral and written statements in his tweets. You know when I think of the word ”tweets”, I think of tweeting birds because Trump’s comments are  strictly for the birds.

"I think I am, actually humble. I think I'm much more humble than you would understand." He said this on 60 Minutes" interview on July 17, 2016.

"The beauty of me is that I'm very rich I will be the greatest jobs president that God ever created." while announcing his campaign for president.

"We should just cancel the election and just give it to Trump." when speaking at a rally in Toledo, Ohio, October 27, 2016

“You know what I wanted to. I wanted to hit a couple of those speakers so hard. I would have hit them. No, no. I was going to hit them, I was all set and then I got a call from a highly respected governor...I was gonna hit one guy in particular, a very little guy. I was gonna hit this guy so hard his head would spin and he wouldn’t know what the hell happened...I was going to hit a number of those speakers so hard their heads would spin, they’d never recover. And that’s what I did with a lot—that’s why I still don’t have certain people endorsing me: they still haven’t recovered." when speaking to the Democratic National Convention, on July 29, 2016. His statement is proof that he is a violent thug.

"I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody, and I wouldn't lose any voters, okay? It's, like, incredible." said speaking at a rally in Sioux Center, Iowa, as the audience laughed, January 23, 2016. This twerp certainly isn’t a law and order president.

“I don’t think I’ve made mistakes. Every time somebody said I made a mistake, they do the polls and my numbers go up, so I guess I haven't made any mistakes."  He is implying that the voters are stupid. Well millions of them were when they voted for him to be their president.

“I’m speaking with myself, number one, because I have a very good brain and I’ve said a lot of things." said by Trump when asked on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” whom trump talks with consistently about foreign policy, March 16, 2016.  A great many of the things he said are not the statements emanating from a good brain.

Trump as a racist

Racism is predicated on belief in the proven discredited concept of biological race. Skin color simply has no correlation with significant inherent distinctions among human beings. However, the word, “race” in the past and now has led to notions of a natural hierarchy among various populations. In the United States, it was used to justify stealing labor from black Africans through slavery and stealing land from red Native Americans through forced relocation and genocide. Alas, in many years ago, blacks and Jews where legally and illegally terribly abused in the United States. 

Lawmakers and commentators abroad expressed shock and disgust after President Trump targeted Democratic four minority congresswomen of colour. In July 15th of this year, this pig’s tweet portrayed the four lawmakers as foreign-born troublemakers who should go back to their home countries. Three of those congresswomen were born in the United States and the fourth one who came to the United States as a thirteen-year-old girl later became a citizen of the United States.

That isn’t the first time this creep made racist statements about others from other countries. As I said earlier he referred to Mexicans as drug pushers, criminals and rapists.”

President Donald Trump was in attendance in the Oval Office with U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security. Kirstjen Nielsen during a meeting with Republican members of the Senate about immigration on January 4th 2018 when Trump referred to immigrants from Haiti and all 54 countries in Africa as coming from shithole countries according to The Washington Post.

His actual words were, “"Why are we having all these people from shithole countries coming here?"

He later suggested that the U.S. should bring in more immigrants from countries like Norway. It is interesting to note that Central to Hitler’s Nazi ideology was the belief that the Germanic race was superior to all others. They thought that the roots of European culture were to be found in the Nordic countries and that culture was created by the Germanic or Nordic people including those of the citizens of Norway. Heil Trump! 

Civil rights advocates, social scientists and regular citizens have all called out President Trump as a racist. However, the president’s supporters have countered with stories about the blacks and Latino’s crimes according to those whom Trump has hired or befriended, and with personal testimonies such as; “I’ve known Donald Trump for many years. He doesn’t have a racist bone in his body.” The person who made that comment is either retarded or in the pay of Trump.

Broadly speaking, a racist combines negative prejudicial biases with sufficient power to leverage action against targeted groups. Trump’s words and behaviors demonstrate considerable prejudicial bias, and, as president of the United States which is  undoubtedly the most powerful office in the contemporary world. Trump has shown bias against the peoples of a number of countries.

As far back as Colonial days, northwestern European immigrants placed themselves at the pinnacle of the pecking order while relegating populations of color and other ethnic groups to inferior positions. False perceptions of inherent differences in traits, such as intelligence or work ethic, have been systematically associated with geographic origin, ancestry, skin color or some combination of all three. Fortunately to decent people in the United States, those days are for the most part gone forever.  Obviously there are  still several racist groups in the United States who approve having Trump supporting their racist views.

Hopefully, in the 2020 election, Trump will be thrown out of the White House and if he is, a breath of fresh air will be inhaled by everyone in the United States.

History will say of this man who crawled from under a rock into the lives of those in the United States that he was a liar, a cheat, a racist, a misogynist and a sexual abuser of young women. I don’t want to have that kind of legacy following me after I am deceased. Does Trump really care what is said of him after he is gone? In my opinion, he is a psychopath who couldn’t care a tinker’s dam about the feelings of others or what they say about his stupidity,  his dishonesty, his criminality  and his racism.

Open racism would be impractical in Canada.  If it were to be acceptable in polite society, daily life in Canada would become unworkable. It would repel international talent, choke our expanding international cuisine and poison dozens of daily encounters we have with new Canadians  each day.  Racism in our country is highly disapproved.  My Japanese-born wife has been in Canada for forty-four years and has met a great many people in Canada and she has never been told to go back to Japan or faced a racist insult. 

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