22 May, 2020

The Other Global Pandemic: Trump Derangement Syndrome

Posted by Socrates in climate change, climax change, coronavirus, coronavirus and politics, global cooling, global warming, green Marxism, illegal immigration, immigration, Mexcrement, Mexico, populism, Socrates, Trump, Trump Announcement Day Story, Trump Derangement Syndrome, Trump-as-a-fascist, Trumpphobia, Zionism at 10:02 am | Permanent Link

President Donald Trump is a scary idea to a lot of people. Not Trump per se, but the idea of him and people like him: “racists” and “xenophobes” and “isolationists.” Don’t forget, Trump called Mexican immigrants “criminals” (i.e., “rapists”) on the very day that he announced his candidacy for president in June 2015 [1]. How dare he!

Anyway, there’s a serious disease circulating across the globe, besides Covid-19. It’s called “Trump Derangement Syndrome.” It causes many people to spout hate on president Donald Trump at any opportunity, like this one below.

Again, the Trump haters aren’t afraid of Trump per se, because he’s more or less a paper tiger and a Jew-tool. They’re afraid of “the idea of Trump”: an ongoing Trump-style trend among Whites: Trump II, then Trump III, then Trump IV, etc. “Trump the idea” might prevent the most powerful Western country on earth (America) from “turning Brown” and becoming a multicultural soup. Ideas can spread quickly. In fact, Trump has almost single-handedly killed “mainstream conservatism” with his populism. (Ironically, the anti-Trump movement is a Jewish-led movement even though Trump is extremely pro-Israel).

“(Jethro Tull singer Ian) Anderson also discussed President Donald Trump in the interview. ‘Your president – if I may call him that – obviously doesn’t believe in climate change,” the British singer and songwriter said. ‘If secretly he does, he’s doing nothing about it.'” What “climate change” does he refer to? The earth has warmed 1 degree in 150 years. So what? The Middle Ages were actually warmer than now [2].

Now, I actually like the old 70s-era Jethro Tull, but that comment is ridiculous. “If I may call him that”? What else would you call Trump, if not the president?



[1] “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re not sending you. They’re not sending you. They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists.” — Trump’s candidacy-announcement speech, June 16, 2015.

[2] “The Medieval Warm Period (MWP) was a time of warm climate from about 900–1300 AD, when global temperatures were somewhat warmer than at present.” Source: https://www.sciencedirect.com/

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