Dear Donald John Trump and anyone reading,
Yup, I’m aware many have tried. Yup, I’m aware that many aspire to have their messages go viral. Yup, I am aware that the opposite is more common. Yup, I am aware this could be trite. But fuck it, life is weird.
It is not like you care who I am, I am nobody really.
It seems that these days, people are beginning to appreciate it when others speak their minds out. Sometimes, speaking the things discussed behind the closed doors of the mind can resonate with likeminded individuals, making it easy for you to woo the masses you currently do. You appear to suggest that your refusal to speak politically correct is a sign of strength, and thereby, everyone should listen to your strong message – TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN. I shall attempt to do the same in response to your message.
Unlike you Donald, I am not confident enough to claim that I am the wisest man on Earth. I am not perfect, and I am no one special, so I am perfectly aware that there is nothing I could say that could ever convince you of anything. I think that is because no one has gone down to your level and explained to you how you are wrong. Hence, I will speak my mind to you a manner that I think you’d understand. Obviously, I am sure you have noticed that some of the things you say tends to offend people… So my apologies in advance, if I should ever appear to offend you with my brutal and honest assessment of you in this dull political race.
I do NOT believe the government is anyone to take anything away from anyone. Period. That includes guns. Yes, the Founding Fathers rightfully suggested that the government should fear the people, not the other way around. But we should consider that today we live in an age where an AR-15 machine gun is petty against government officials piloting an AH-64 Apache Helicopter, F-35 fighter jet, or weapons of mass destruction.
Nevertheless, I believe I have the right to own weapons just as much the Government has the right to own nuclear weapons. I find it rather hypocritical that Republicans AND Democrats who endorse our constitutional rights would deny Iran and North Korea their pursuit of the same inalienable right to defend themselves. My understanding is that we do not trust their intentions, so it is imperative the world works together on this. But I digress. I believe I have the right to own a gun to defend myself. However, if I wish to own a gun to murder someone, or rob a store, I shouldn’t have that right. Strictly speaking, that would make me a bad person. So I hear you, why are we allowing the Government to amend our constitutional rights on the basis of the choices of bad people? By bad people, I mean the rapists, murderers, thugs – that I firmly believe are products of society REGARDLESS OF RACE, ETHNICITY, AND CREED.
Believe it, or not, you should agree that bad people are those who lack the concept of social responsibility – something that should be taught in schools. My social responsibility is to not harm others because that is something I wouldn’t want done upon myself. Logic. I strongly believe social responsibility should be taught in public schools worldwide. I haven’t heard any candidate speak on this matter – ever… Maybe because everyone tends to believe that the responsibility of teaching ethics should rest on the shoulders of parents. But look at failed parents: like Michael Brown’s (may he rest in peace) whom never taught him to treat others the way they would like to be treated. Pardon my lack of political correctness Trump.
I believe the Government does NOT have the right to shove anything at anyone. If I don’t want to own a weapon, I shouldn’t be forced to spend my earned money on one. That is why I wish the National Rifle Association would not meddle in politics. Anyways, if I don’t want to buy health care, I shouldn’t have to spend my earned money on any. Yes, it makes logical sense for many to desire a society where health care is affordable, it even makes more sense to have a society where healthcare is just free. I see that logically. That would help many unfortunate people with unpredictable health problems, like cancer – it just happens sometimes… BUT! I also believe it is my personal responsibility to take care of my body and be healthy. Why should I be forced to pay for someone’s choice to eat donuts every day? Why should I be forced to pay for the choices of someone who decided to intoxicate themselves with drugs? I believe that if I want to die, I should, that is my personal responsibility and inalienable right. Should you win, it would be nice if you could repeal Obamacare, but that you strive in replacing it with something better for AMERICA, and maybe the world if you have the balls to do that.
On #BlackLivesMatter (BLM) vs. #AllLivesMatter et. al.:
Comedians make sense, and sometimes logic is just funny. But it shouldn’t be. It surprises me that people do not understand that one can be pro-blacks and pro-cops. I know there are good cops out there, just like there are bad ones out there that shoot blacks and minorities out of fear for their own lives. It is true, crime rates are high amongst minorities. Is it because of racism? Fuck no, it is because of our failed education system. Excuse me for sharing my observations without being politically correct: but I have observed that many BLM protestors are joining for the sake of satisfaction in destroying an established order that appears unfair to them. Let me spell out this logic:
- Many cops are leery of minorities because they are prone to commit crime
- Many minorities are prone to commit crime because their circumstances in life are shitty
- Many lives of minorities are shitty because our AMERICAN school systems are failing to teach that social and personal responsibility is imperative to function in society
We currently have a system in place that allows high school students a choice to become the fuck ups of life. Really. Some of those who are not good in basic math and English become the essential proletariat force, those lower cog gears necessary for a functioning society (honest garbage man job, honest mail man job, honest flip burger job, etc.). Other failures are allowed to follow artistic dreams (become a rapper, boxer, writer, basketball player, football player, etc.). Few of them choose to rise above their circumstances and nobly become lawyers, doctors, teachers, (functioning cogs in society). But I must admit that I observe a large majority of minorities involved in acts against society; robbing banks, stealing money, killing people, they killing cops, cops kill them back, and suddenly – a race war. No, I am not saying whites do not commit crimes. But if we are talking of the black lives that allegedly matter, we have to consider the source of the problem. A large majority of minorities fail our education system because they feel excluded from your “Lets make America great again” vision. I haven’t heard any candidate speak on what we should do with those that fail our high school education systems. Because it appears to me that those who fail to grasp the concept of social responsibility are the people that are NOT needed in our AMERICAN society, REGARDLESS of race, ethnicity, origin, or creed.
We currently have a system in place that just puts high school failures out on the streets. I strongly believe that students who fail to learn social responsibility, namely, treating others how they’d like to be treated (even when we make mistakes), are useless to human progress. I strongly believe we should have a system that would cleanse those that fail to understand that simple concept even the mentally retarted students can comprehend.
Like I mentioned in the beginning, people are secretly beginning to appreciate those who speak out, speaking the things behind closed doors, as you demonstrate with your ability to woo certain supporters easily. To be honest, I am afraid I am alone. That is logic. And so with this logic, I shall conclude my response to you as the nobody that I am and I will refuse to be politically correct, ESPECIALLY TO YOU:
Fuck you Donald John Trump, miscreant child of Mary and Fred Trump. You insult my intelligence with your pathetic attempt to hustle me into believing your lies. I wish you were man enough to admit you don’t like people who don’t like you – and many, many, many, minorities do so despite your convictions. Why? Because racists admire you. Check your Facebook page please and look at all the lies they paint for you. Your supporters are trying to paint the picture that compassion is a sign of weakness and that you’re very strong. Do you honestly believe Obama has evil intentions to destroy the Great Nation that has given his nigger family an opportunity to live an amazing life? Quite the contrary, he wishes to share that opportunity with every people of every race. Why aren’t you man enough to tell me if you would like that too? I suspect that you secretly indulge in the thought of being perceived as a world-shaping historical figure, such as Hitler. But I will burst your bubble, I find aspects of Hitler’s eloquence far more admirable than your pathetic media tantrums and tweets.
I yearn for the day someone campaigns with such fervor a similar dream, EXCEPT, one that would include all functional human beings REGARDLESS of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and religion.
Obama says America is already great, you say let’s make America great again, why isn’t anyone thinking LETS MAKE AMERICA GREAT. [You see? the “again” part is what I don’t get… I mean, times when Jim Crow laws existed? Really?] And yes, by cleansing, I am suggesting we use academic genocide as a means to get us there.
We must cleanse the world of bad people… and what angers me is that you are stupid enough to fail to see that you and many of your “silent majority” supporters are the type that should be cleansed from society too.
I do not admire your greed. And I would not like to see your greed in front of the nuclear weapons conceived by the honorable men of science. Ultimately, I go to bed believing that people is inherently good. And we, the good people, will inevitably outnumber you. Maybe I am just lying to myself, but if I have learned anything from my numerous history classes, it is this:
The good will always lead to victorious conclusions.