Fellow Americans. Vote Trump. (Or anyone else than Hillary)


Tomorrow is going to be a Historical day in the world. Day in which perhaps political correctness and overall political hypocrisy might take a good punch in the face. 

I don’t know much about American Politics, other than your “democratic” system of election is bollocks and the two party system is the most anti-democratic bullshit ever. 

And that’s why you need Trump. 

You see. Electing Trump will do two wonderful things: One is getting that anti-freedom and pro uncontrolled immigration  Hillary out of the way, and secondly it will make A LOT of people, including rich and poweful people around the world, to question America’s Democracy. And that’s the only hope you have of changing that messy system of yours. 

Hillary represents political correctness, hypocrisy, under-the-table politics, SJW and identity politics, and other political bullshit. She promotes controlled and censored speech and positive discrimination. 

Trump represents free speech. Protection of the private life, anti political bullshit. And he’s clear and honest about what he wants. He wants to be even more rich and powerful than he already is. And as a president of an already developped country which follows the rules of international consensus (which he will not be able to break), the only thing that can make him grow is making the country grow. (If he doesnt know this already, he will find out pretty soon).
He is far from being a good candidate, but he sure is the best bet at triggering a change in international politics.

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4 Comments on “Fellow Americans. Vote Trump. (Or anyone else than Hillary)”

  1. Aleph says:

    I don’t know about Trump being pro-free speech. The guy had said something about libel laws that made many people uncomfortable for the sole reason that it might actually hurt the 1st Amendment. However, I suppose Trump has become a symbol for those seeking the overthrow of the Democrats and social justice.

    • Yeah but he is planning to sue newspapers and such for defamation and false information. People being able to actually protect their public image from false accusations, I find that interesting. As long as they can prove that the accusations are false.

      • Aleph says:

        There’s already something in the books about defamation through false statements according to US law. http://kellywarnerlaw.com/us-defamation-laws/

        Honestly, at the end of the day, I am far more antipathic towards the Clintons. And since Gary Johnson was a disappointment, I’ll take anyone over Clinton. Clinton has some terrible plans for the world, and if Trump looks like the only thing standing in the way, then so be it.

      • Defamation and libel laws are extremely defendant friendly they just need to make their accusations as opinions and the case is close. The libel laws that trumps wants ressemble the Canadian and French ones, in which 0 media bullshit is tolerated. It might look as if it will lead to auto-censorship but what happened is that in France journalist became more interested in the political life of the person instead of the personal life.


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