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Vote TRUMP In 2016_ An Anarchist's Perspective

Updated on May 1, 2016
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wrenchBiscuit said: "Being born is the most severe form of suicide. Not ending in a moment. But one moment ending for a lifetime."

Donald Trump is not only a successful businessman, but he has proven during the last year that he is also a talented entertainer and provocateur. He has not only beaten a field of 17 Republican candidates, but he has also publicly challenged the Republican Party itself. This is quite remarkable for someone who has never held public office. Without a doubt, this election cycle will be remembered as one of the most colorful in U.S. history. Considering his outspoken racist attitudes toward Indigenous people (the ones mistakenly called Latino or Hispanic) and Muslims, I'm not surprised by his position. Why? The United States, and all colonialist nations on this continent were founded on racism. Even the so-called "Great Emancipator", Abraham Lincoln, was a racist. Lincoln presided over the greatest mass hanging in U.S. history when 38 Dakota men were executed on December 26, 1862, in Mankato, Minnesota. They were murdered by the U.S. government for participating in an uprising that was a direct result of broken treaties.

Donald Trump is simply a variation on a tired and familiar theme. The difference between him and many of his predecessors is that he is not afraid to express his racist views in public. Good for him. If Trump is elected president, it may very well be a blessing in disguise. In order to reap a bountiful harvest the ground must be broken; the weeds of capitalism plowed under, and the stain of colonialism washed from the face of the Earth. I believe a Donald Trump presidency can speed the plow. It has been said that "the proletariat is the undertaker of capitalism". But I will now paraphrase that famous Marxist quote: "Donald Trump is the undertaker of capitalism!"

It is no small irony that for all the military might and intelligence resources of the United States, the destruction of the capitalist system will most likely come from within. What we are witnessing today is the outward manifestation of a corruption that has been over 500 years in the making. Like a cancer, it now begins to devour the host. Donald Trump is the true face of America. He embodies the American Dream: Money, Money, Greed, and More Money. He is the new and improved Archie Bunker who especially appeals to the under educated working class: those who would rather channel surf than read a book, those who mistakenly believe that anarchy is chaos, and that materialism is the only valid reason for living. Trump says "Let's Make America Great Again", but nobody can tell me when that was.

We are reminded here of how the German people were suffering great economic hardship after World War I, and how Adolf Hitler stepped up to the plate with a bitter remedy; a remedy which ultimately led to his Final Solution. But overall, with the exception of Bernie Sanders, America richly deserves the motley crew of presidential candidates assembled during this election cycle. Yesterday I watched the CNN broadcast of Trump at his rally in Costa Mesa, California. Before addressing the large enthusiastic crowd,Trump invited a number of people on-stage who were carrying large posters,or signs that depicted images of their loved ones; family members who were killed by illegal immigrants. This is not the first time a politician, or wannabe politician, has exploited human tragedy for the popular vote. As I watched the obscene spectacle unfold, I couldn't help but wonder if the grieving families would feel any better had their loved ones been killed by "legal" immigrants, or by native born U.S. citizens.

This particular argument concerning violence perpetrated by illegal immigrants is remarkable. A recent study published by the American Immigration Council and authored by three professors of sociology and anthropology using information gathered from the U.S. Census states that "roughly 1.6 percent of immigrant males aged 18-36" are behind bars in the U.S. compared to 3.3 percent of the corresponding group of native-born American males. Since the 1980's native-born incarceration rates have been "two to five times higher than those of so-called "illegal immigrants". To further illustrate, the Arizona Department of Corrections will tell you that about 90 percent of those in its custody are U.S citizens, and about 10 percent are "criminal aliens," a category that also includes those who are here legally. On Arizona's Death Row, out of 118 convicted murderers, there is only one Mexican national. The long story short, approx.97.5% of inmates on Arizonas death row are native born U.S. citizens.

When we look at the popular Islamic Terrorist propaganda, we notice a similar disparity. The San Bernadino Massacre that was perpetrated by alleged Islamic terrorists has been used extensively by the Trump and Cruz campaigns to stir up hatred and fear toward Muslims here and abroad. However, when we look at the facts and the figures, we see a much different story. According to recent FBI stats, only 6% of Terrorist Attacks in the U.S. were perpetrated by Islamic Extremists between 1980 and 2005. According to International Security Data Site, since 9/11 there have been 9 attacks on U.S. soil by Islamic extremists with a total death toll of 45. Conversely, there have been 18 attacks on U.S. soil by extremist right wing groups since 9/11, with a total death toll of 48. According to politicalresearch.org, during the last 30 years 90% of high school and elementary school shootings were perpetrated by white males. Since 1980, 297 men, women, and children have been killed in school shootings. The numbers tell us that we have more to fear from white males than from Islamic Extremists, or Muslims in general. However, I cannot recall one racist hate-monger this election cycle commiserating about the problem of white male shooters.

But even more frustrating is the fact that over 40,000 people are killed each year as the result of Motor Vehicle Collisions here in the United States. However, because of greed and convenience, nary a word is mentioned. Any other product that killed that many consumers year after year would have been banned long ago. Can you imagine the uproar if 40,000 U.S. citizens were being killed by Islamic Extremists each year? But the auto manufacturers, and everyone else on the gravy train have convinced the public that in the name of progress, 40,000 annual fatalities are a necessary evil; simply the cost of doing business, paid in denominations of flesh, blood, and bone. It appears we need to redefine the term "Domestic Terrorism".

If Donald Trump is who he says he is, then he could truly be the "Undertaker of Capitalism". Like Judas, Trump may be the necessary ingrediant needed to bring the pot to an irrevocable boiling point. Let's face it, when we look at the role Judas played in the Christian Bible, if he had not betrayed Jesus, there would have been no crucifixtion, no resurrection, no remission of sins, and no eternal life! Jesus needed Judas to do exactly what Judas did, and to set the ball in motion. It appears that Donald Trump could unwittingly function in a similar manner as president of the United States. Of course, it is difficult for me to believe that any president could steer the country on a course that wasn't first approved by the puppet masters who are standing behind the curtain, but let's imagine for just a moment . If Trump is elected and allowed to exert his influence on domestic and foreign policy, there is a very real possibilty that Armageddon is just around the corner from your local Dairy Queen. Trump's reckless nationalist and racist policies could be the spark that ignites World War III. This war would not only involve opposing nations, but it could also include a race war replete with a generous dose of domestic terrorism. Needless to say, I am talking about a bloodbath of Biblical proportions.

But here is the good news: After hundreds of millions of human beings have been crucified by the capitalist warmongers, the present world system itself will most likely be brought to ruin. And with over 75% of the world population rotting beneath the rubble, there won't be much left to "govern" anyway. There will be no more super powers,no more police state, and no more world governments. It is during the aftermath of this global destruction that the human race will have the opportunity to begin anew with an anarchistic society; a system based on freedom, morality and solidarity of purpose, as opposed to our present system based on violence, slavery, and materialistic greed. Hopefully by then, those left standing will agree that the term "democratic government" is an oxymoron.It is inevitable that the Earth will purge itself of these cancerous tumors known as capitalism, materialism, and Manifest Destiny. Why prolong the inevitable conclusion? Vote Trump in 2016.

A Final Word

In this current election cycle, Bernie Sanders is certainly the best choice. However, even if Sanders is elected, he is only one man against the machine. The oppression of government will still remain.

Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

" I was born free . It is only God who has cast me as a free man into this magnificent and terrible universe. It is absurd to suggest that I owe my freedom to any world government when I am nothing but a slave. The very word "government" is synonymous with control and servitude. As long as I am bound by world governments, I will never be free in this Earth. "

Unfortunately, I fear that the opinion I have expressed here concerning Donald Trump transcends any talent I may have for creative writing, and is an actual sketch of a sobering vision of the future; a vision that came upon me uninvited, and so compelled me to witness, and to document what I have seen. I am confident that through education, Anarchy will ultimately prevail throughout the world. Although as I have indicated, I fear a free society will only come after the apocalypse, it is my prayer that through divine intervention there will be a more peaceful transition before that happens.

I have provided two videos with this essay. First of all, for anyone unfamiliar with the concept of Anarchy, the video I have posted above is a must see video. Most likely, if you are an intelligent individual with an open mind, you will be both encouraged and angered by this video.You will realize that for as many years as you have lived in this Earth, you have been lied to and manipulated by a ruling elite; a small group of powerful individuals, families, and diabolical entities which constitute an oppressive force; an evil force that uses government as a means to extort money in the form of taxes. After watching this video you will understand how your destiny has been shaped by a system of control; a complex system that modifies human behavior in order to fulfill the darkest ambitions of a New World Order; a system that has reduced your precious life to nothing more than a means to an end. The second video posted below is a short compilation which reveals the hypocrisy of Carly Fiorina. Mrs Fiorina called Ted Cruz a liar in January 2016, but she has now accepted his offer to run as Vice President in April of the same year. Today she speaks of Ted Cruz as if he walks on water. Yes, this is fascinating footage.

I have also provided a link to an audiobook of Errico Maletesta's "Anarchy" which includes an original wrenchBiscuit musical soundtrack along with the narrative. This audiobook can be freely listened to in it's entirety.

© 2016 Ronnie wrenchBiscuit

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      Madan 12 months ago from Abu Dhabi

      Excellent post that highlights the rise of Donald Trump. Maybe it is an inevitable phenomena.

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      Ronnie wrenchBiscuit 12 months ago

      Thank You emge ! Yes, it is a mysterious world, and very confusing at times.

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      Missy Smith 12 months ago from Florida

      I enjoyed reading this article, because I have had similar thoughts I believe. I valiantly try to make people wake up and vote for the only man that can truly do this job with real intent to make America great again; Bernie Sanders.

      However, you are so right, I mean, when was America ever great? And as I get frustrated and exhausted trying to wake people out of a trance Donald Trump has somehow managed to put many Americans in, I couldn't help at times having that similar vision of the apocalypse coming upon us, and thinking; well, that may be the answer and Donald may have been put in place here to make it happen.

      As of now, I will still valiantly try to sway people to Bernie, but if it doesn't work, I think I will be settled with just letting doom come. It may be time.

      I am so glad you brought those valid numbers about terrorists killings here compared to our own people killing us. I can't believe people play into media reports so much and do not examine these events themselves. It's scary how receptive people are to believe things. It's like they can't think for themselves at all. In that way, again, Donald may be the inevitable choice. Destroy and leave it up to the higher power if it is to be rebuilt again.

      I had to type this on my cell phone. My computer has lost connection due to a problem in the area, so I hope this sounds logical. Thanks for the intelligent and very true article you wrote. :)

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      Dana A. 12 months ago

      Excellent article, Biscuit...a triumph! As far as the history of this kind of evil in the earth, it certainly goes back farther than 500 years! This ugly, evil spirit has been in the earth since the Babylonian regime thousands of years ago, along with the Greeks and the Romans, Spain etc. and they all have the same tired symbol, the bird of prey...the eagle. It's Biblical. This is the last hurrah. This "eagle has finally landed"...and I could care less who gets elected. Great stuff!

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      PeterStip 12 months ago

      As Trump is the symbol of capitalism he will introduce a capitalism even worse then today. No rights for labours, no minimum wage, long working hours. Trump is a business man not a politician and the only goal he has is to make profit for his own imperium.

      Just as Hitler was loved by the elite because of his far right wing politics with cheap labour, a good climate for brutal business, so is Trump playing the same cards.

      Trump will be a desaster for the US and the world and not only because he does not believe in Climate Change, the biggest global threat we face today.

      Trump is a one man party,like the NSDAP, without Trump the party crumbles into dust. Bernie Sanders is a movement, a real change over. If Bernie dies someone else will take over the movement if Trump dies nobody will.

      To me, if you want a revolution, you need a movement, not just one person. A government is a team working together, only a dictatorship has a pyramid form structure, don't fall for it. For real changes your best shot is Bernie Sanders.

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      Ronnie wrenchBiscuit 12 months ago

      MissySmith,

      Thank You! You did well with your cell phone. Yes, Bernie Sanders appears to be the one. He has been consistent in his views for many years. His election would ignite a positive movement that could ultimately lead to a free society. America has always had the potential for greatness, but that potential has yet to be realized. Columbus missed his chance for greatness when he encountered the Taino people. The Eurpoean and the people of the New World could have become partners in trade, sharing cultural ideas and traditions; building a truly New World from the remnants of the old.

      But instead, the greed of the European aristocracy, and their imperialist ambitions would not allow the world to pursue a positive course to the benefit of all. I see Trump and Sanders as both being important catalysts for change. However, with Trump I see a bloody path toward total destruction, and then a rebuilding of society, whereas with Sanders I see a less violent transition from an oppressive capitalist oligarchy to a free society; a new world based on the overall positive development of mankind, rather than the mindless accumulation of wealth and power.

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      Missy Smith 12 months ago from Florida

      I agree with you totally, so I guess it is up to Americans to vote now. Are they willing to live with total destruction and much death in order to rebuild a brand-new society, or will they choose Bernie with a safety net to keep us together without so much tragedy that will eventually polish us up with new values and hope instead of killing us off? Time will tell, and I guess I have settled my mind with either. However, I still have a glimmer of hope that people will opt for no cultural divides and no more blood shed. Much Peace Be With You! ~Missy

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      Ronnie wrenchBiscuit 12 months ago

      I agree that Bernie is the best choice of all. But I also feel that Trump might solve all of our problems even sooner by blowing up the world. At that point the human race ( what's left of it) would have a chance to start moving in the right direction.

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      Ronnie wrenchBiscuit 12 months ago

      I agree that Bernie is the best choice of all. But I also feel that Trump might solve all of our problems even sooner by blowing up the world. At that point the human race ( what's left of it) would have a chance to start moving in the right direction.

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      Missy Smith 12 months ago from Florida

      As I can see your point, I still hope he doesn't win. I have children, and I don't want them to be in danger. I'm afraid of the future with Trump, but will do my best to keep an understanding of why things must happen the way they do if he should win.

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      Ronnie wrenchBiscuit 12 months ago

      Hey MissySmith! Thanks for responding. I directed my last comment at PeterStip but forgot to put his name. There is no way for me to edit unless I delete first. I'm sure he'll figure it out. Yes, it must be quite worrisome from the perspective of a parent. The death of my parents was more than I could handle. After that, getting married and having kids was not an option. The only life left to be taken will be my own. But I see no shame in my weakness. It would be foolish for a cripple to walk without his cane.

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      Norine Williams 8 months ago

      "Like Judas, Trump may be the necessary "ingrediant" needed to bring the pot to an irrevocable boiling point."

      Did you intentionally misspell the word "ingredient?" Yes, President Trump is the ["appears" to be] "radiant" one to "fulfill Scripture!"

      As IT IS WRITTEN throughout Scripture, "Repent, the kingdom of God is at hand;" NOW is the time for it's closer than we think!

      SCRIPTURE WILL BE FULFILLED!

      Get Ready!

      Blessings

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