10 November 2016

T R U M P

ATTENTION! THE WHOLE WRITINGS IS UTTERLY MY PLAIN OPINION TO DEFY TRUMP'S WINNING THROUGH SOME POINTS OF VIEWS WHICH I'M NOT AT ALL AN EXPERT AT, SO PLEASE I'LL BE REALLY GLAD TO BE CORRECTED IF THERE WERE EITHER CONCEPTUAL OR FACTUAL MISTAKES. AND TRUST ME, SOME OF YOU WILL DEFINITELY CLOSE THIS PAGE IMMEDIATELY FOR YOU THINK WHAT I WROTE IS NONSENSICAL BULLSHITS YOU DON'T REALLY GIVE A FUCK AT, BUT TRUST ME, THESE SUCH BULLSHITS LIKE POLITIC, SOCIAL, AND ECONOMY ARE INTERESTING AND NOT THAT HARD TO LEARN, ALTHOUGH IT IS THAT HARD TO COMPREHEND (?)

So, the controversial Donald Trump has officially won the president election at 9th of November 2016. Many have been analyzing how could such thing occur, and still trying to look for Trump's flaws, nonetheless he already won, and i'm one of the non-experts who knows no shit who tries to do both.



So, as far as i understand, Trump's policies took the libertarianism's code of ethics (well perhaps not marginally the whole essence of libertarian ethics, but it's definitely one of Rothbard's radical view about social order in libertarian state) yet applied the neomercantilist economic system. Trump indirectly claimed, through his social policies, United States of America as a private property, for perhaps his social policies might be accepted by electorates majority for it's been implemented by his winning on election, yet many citizens are still against the policies, for many deem that they are provocatively fallacious and unjust for many citizens, especially for the non-white citizens, that's why i stated that Trump has applied libertarianist code of ethics yet practising neomercantilist system through his market protectionism policy.

Okay, perhaps, he sees neomercantilism as a mere economic mechanism, not as an ideology. He's probably right about that, for i haven't found any detailed instruction in running a neomercantilist society, but it's slightly queer for i think neomercantilism could also be called as an ideology for there are some ethical concerns on the side of collateral affection at its practice. I mean like, there's probably no economic mechanism which is not an ideology for both of those things are inevitably related in transcendental course toward one another, for economy is a scope that's embedded in human's life, which could determine the track of anyone's life in most recent reality.

The ethic of his social policies are acceptable as long as he applies it to his private property, yet state is never his own, nation state is no one's but people's. So in this democratic nation state world, no one has a right to do whatever one wish toward the republic, unless majority agreed, or unless the state is a libertarian state, where everything is privatized, therefore one can do whatever one wish to one's private property.

So this is the fucking place where democracy actually fail. So apparently, Trump gave less fuck about non-whites, and was frank about his opinions regarding immigrants, we all know about it and we all know how it sounds, yet that might be just, once again, they might be just and acceptable, as long as USA is a libertarian state, yet take a god damn look at it. So, how could you stabilize peace, or whatever people think as a better condition, when you decided to prioritize your own interest without considering what (i'm not using the majority term here, for it's been proved that majority, nevertheless it's not America's majority, but it's still electorates majority, set against what i'm going to write, for once again, he won) people desire.

Why did i say that Trump's policies are against what people desire? Because they, especially the social ones, contradict many people, although it's not majority, yet they still contradict many people. USA with Trump's policies, if were fully implemented, resembles Hobbes' State of Nature, or probably i could say that it's a prototype of it. Trump's social policies are brutal, they positioned some particular groups (immigrants, Hispanics, Muslims, etc) of society as preys to the wolves. Those particular parts of society could and would no longer be save to live among the society, although they're legally still a part of it. Trump's social policies are of bads, for they couldn't be universally implemented, which meant they're against the natural consensual common laws. Well i don't know for sure, but i think, those policies are one great step back from a civil society.

So, anyone ever asked how could he won with those racist fallacies running through his head? I mean like, i know for sure that many have thought that this guy has issues, and how?

The more or less similar thing, had happened in the past, Hitler.

But let's hope that the outcome won't be as great, no one wants the world war 3, don't we?

So, how come he won the election? With those kind of social, politic, and economic policies campaign? So, my analysis is quite simple, yet as usual, i don't know whether what i'm going to write is completely correct, so please, give me correction as long as i WAS wrong about everything.

So, it's sentiment, he used sentiment.

The sentiment concerns racial matters, as you all could observe. So, once again, how could he win with such a radical bigotry? It's sentiment, he knows quite well how to use sentiment to attract people. The sentiment, is more or less dealing with racial nationalism, like Hitler's. People like Trump and Hitler know how to drive people proud of their own natural privileges, they know how to raise it, and they're completely aware of how much advantages they could earn from it.

The sentiment that Hitler and Trump have used is the sentiment of hate, the simplest way to raise nationalism. They shoved down ignorant fallacies concerning racial and nationalism matters toward specific groups of society. They know so well exactly what many people wanted to hear, so they simply told them what they wanted to hear, and in this sense, i don't know how many times i have mentioned it, it's the sentiment of hate toward specific groups. Guess it's much simpler to convey what Hitler and Trump actually had done through concrete examples. Well some of you might be wondering how could people buy such thing in the age of world development, but guys, trust me, it had happened some decades ago in Germany and it has just happened again in USA. What Hitler and Trump did regarding the sentiment is, they propagated the potential layer of electorates (nationalists, patriots, chauvinists, etc), that there are one major factor as the cause of America's stagnating development, or economic fluctuation for Trump, and the reason of why Germany lost the World War 1 for Hitler. The one major factor for both Trump and Hitler stands on the same ground, it was of human factors.

Trump blamed some specific groups, and Hitler blamed the Jews, this is what the patriots wanted to hear. They believe that their great nation is not in any way could possibly be a disappointment, although it's crushed by reality and external factors, unless there are some internal issues tearing their nation apart from the inside.

Trump knew so well his potential target of shoving down those lies. Trump knew so well who's gonna believe and eat all those bullshits of his.

Okay, the bullshit about his social policies is enough, now let's go back to the little slice of Rothbardian ethics and neomercantilist system.

The two ideologies are fucking irreconcilable, you can't just simply fucking apply such social policies in democratic state since they are discriminative for some specific groups and are against the civil rights toward those groups. Once again, you can apply those policies in libertarian nation state, but fuck Trump, USA is not one.

And Trump said fuck libertarianism, protectionism is certainly the one way to leviate society's wealth, all people will get rich!

Well Trump, why are you so fucking retarded.

So, most people only pay concern on Trump's social policies for most likely, they didn't notice the very fucking thing that will actually bring devastation to America and as you can observe, majority doesn't actually give too much fuck on things that are not directly connected toward their lives, and too fucking ignorant to build their own bridge between their personal lives and political climate. Well, it's no one's fault, economy is rather hard to understand as we could see on what just happened to USA, whom just got a super retarded guy who doesn't know shit about economy elected as a president.

Well dude, is it that hard to fucking take a look back a few decades earlier when the Berlin wall collapsed which was followed by the fall of socialism?

As simple as, the harder the government try to interfere the market, the more ignorant that government is.

America's current position is the precise definition of the failure of democracy, where sovereign acts as a mere temporary caretaker who exploits through its position for its own interests, not for public welfare.

"Make America great again!"

I'm telling you this, Donald Trump, once you applied your policies followed by collapsing American economy, you'll fucking clearly get what 'great' means.

That's fucking it.

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