Donald Trump at the UN

“I ask every country represented here today to be prepared to do more to address this very real crisis.  We call for the full restoration of democracy and political freedoms in Venezuela.

The problem in Venezuela is not that socialism has been poorly implemented, but that socialism has been faithfully implemented.  (Applause.)  From the Soviet Union to Cuba to Venezuela, wherever true socialism or communism has been adopted, it has delivered anguish and devastation and failure.  Those who preach the tenets of these discredited ideologies only contribute to the continued suffering of the people who live under these cruel systems. ”

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

14 Replies to “Donald Trump at the UN”

  1. The one man left standing between us the people, and global chaos. Shining light into dark. I wish I could have been a fly on the wall of the obammy house. Did he think or say out loud, “WRONG WRONG WRONG”, or did he think to himself “DAMIT I WISH I WOULD HAVE SAID THAT!”?

      • “Venezuela is not socialism being misapplied. What happened in Venezuela was socialism being faithfully applied.”

        PREFACE: No way am I gonna watch an entire 41 minute video to verify whether the above quote is verbatim. And, yes, I searched but not even DuckDuckGo provided any confirmation. All the same:

        If Trump actually managed to state this, it transcends (by light years) even Reagan’s historic “tear down this wall” rhetoric.

        Again, if true, what other American president has so unequivocally identified Socialism as the specific problem and not just a vague symptom of some other supposed—yet routinely ill-defined—sociopolitical malaise?

        Were it not for Trump allowing the White House to be infested with so many Deep State maggots and termites, this sort of memorable verbal broadside would start punching his ticket to posterity.

        • Verbatim:

          I ask every country represented here today to be prepared to do more to address this very real crisis. We call for the full restoration of democracy and political freedoms in Venezuela. (Applause.)

          The problem in Venezuela is not that socialism has been poorly implemented, but that socialism has been faithfully implemented. (Applause.) From the Soviet Union to Cuba to Venezuela, wherever true socialism or communism has been adopted, it has delivered anguish and devastation and failure. Those who preach the tenets of these discredited ideologies only contribute to the continued suffering of the people who live under these cruel systems.

          • Verbatim

            Thank you, Eeyore, for confirming this.

            As I mentioned before; if only Trump could shrug off his weird coterie of Deep State termites (e.g., McMaster), this sort of Reagan-era plainspoken language could propel DJT into the history books.

            The notion that America (once again) has a leader who eschews obfuscation [giggle] simply elates me. Slaying the Politically Correct dragon is Job One for those who actually treasure this nation’s Constitutional rights.

            Would that just a tiny fraction of Washington DC’s Senators and Congress-critters had even a slight appreciation of how important this is. As if.

            Again, thank you, Eeyore, for all that you do.

            • PS: Thank you also for posting the surrounding words to that quote. I sincerely hope that DJT wrote them himself but refuse to give a damn just so long as he has someone on his staff capable of scripting such an important message.

              • If you watch the speech you can estimate where he goes on and off script. That was clearly on script. Calling the North Korean despot “Rocket Man” was likely off script but funny. The script was approved and directed by him no doubt, so its all good.

                • Calling the North Korean despot “Rocket Man” was likely off script but funny.

                  I doubt (but sincerely hope) that Psycho Fat Boy and all others involved get how “Rocket Man” immediately insinuates the limp-wristed foppery of Elton John (and his song of that same title).

                  I’m listening to Gorka right now and not even he seems to twig on such a deliciously emasculating innuendo. Is there some way to “viralize” this lisping implication?

  2. Hokay, folks. Buckle up for a wild ride. Watched the whole thing (even Mugabe dozing off).

    Something I did not emphasize adequately in my previous comments was how Trump (in his mention of Venezuela) righteously commingled “true socialism [and] communism”.

    All through his speech, there were drawn these (maybe too-subtle) parallels and equivalencies. Whether or not they were intentional—obviously, the “socialism or communism” linkage was on purpose—is another matter and one that Trump necessarily will have to more clearly define as part of fully elucidating his political message.

    For instance, was the Venezuela jab also a gauntlet thrown down before the EU and its own claque of (increasingly oppressive and teetering) Socialist/Communist governments?

    Slightly more complex—and, therefore, even more difficult to resolve—was the point when Trump described Islamic extremism as a “vile and sinister ideology”. It is all too easy to imagine the various Muslim representatives snickering amongst each other as they gloated over how taqiyya and kitman allow them to declare Islam as being “peaceful” even while continuing to propel its violent global jihad.

    However—and, again, it remains uncertain as to whether or not these deceitful Muslim sleazebags even bothered to properly parse this tangle of words—secretly admitting to themselves that Islamic extremism is, in reality, faithful to Koranic doctrine demands a tacit agreement with Trump’s appraisal of it as “vile and sinister”. Thus, through their willful deceit, they bought into making all Islamic ideology equally “vile and sinister”.

    Lamentably, I am not entirely convinced that Trump (or even his speechwriter) was aware, much less capable, with respect to unraveling this mare’s nest of typically Islamic misdirection. And this is regrettable because overtly forcing (what poses as) Islam’s leadership and their henchmen to acknowledge how Trump knowingly broadcast such a damning verbal construct would be a priceless mindfü¢k for them and all of those who bore witness to it.

    Although quite elaborate in principle, adding just a sentence or two that removed any doubt about this innuendo would have been an incredibly powerful (and unconcealed) message that Trump had x-rayed their usual ration of deceptive bullsh!t and found it wanting.

    Finally, and to Trump’s total credit, his mention of how cost-intensive transoceanic immigration is an order of magnitude more expensive than spending that same money to help people in their place of need was a superb way of indicating that the pipeline to America may well be choked off in the near future.

    Either these extortionate scum-suckers take our money and keep their rafts of human flotsam at home, or they will find themselves awash in the dregs of parasitic Third World predators with not much to show for it. A lesson that Europe continues to pore over.

    While, at some points, Trump’s message was (perhaps necessarily) couched in overly-veiled language diplo-speak, no US president in modern history has spelled out so vividly the what-where-when-why-and-who of that which awaits belligerent, anti-American sh!tpots like North Korea and Iran.

    Now that was refreshing!

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