Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Is Donald Trump America's Pancho Villa?
Pancho Villa was an iconoclastic machismo rogue and a man given to action. He didn't wait for women to approve his sexual advances or for politicos to approve his campaign advances. While lacking both the qualifications and temperament of the normal executive or administrator, he rallied and inspired the rural folk with promises to demolish a cozy rich establishment rigged against the people with real jobs. Sound familiar?
Both Donald's plane and Pancho's train hit whistle stops across a countryside where disgust with government disfunction and disrespect had reached a boiling point. For 98% of human history only two jobs existed: food prep and childcare. Then farmers and artisans were invented. No sooner did johnny-come-lately "professionals" appear on the scene than they began despising hunters and ranchers and housewives and craftsmen. Caste systems have spanned the globe in recent history. As recently as yesterday, workers in American flyover country felt despised by politicos in Washington, reporters in New York, actors in Hollywood, and tech billionaires in San Francisco.
One thing is for sure: the bimbo elites who corrupted the U.S. media, the U.S. economy, and even the U.S. justice system for their own benefit then told rural farmers, housewives and factory workers to hurry up and die so the multicultural tolerance parade wouldn't be burdened with the tragically unhip are in no position to throw stones. They're the ones to be stoned. They're the reason multitudes voted for a barbaric stoning led by a barbaric rock thrower.
In the filthy battle of the filthy titans, Trump earned his WWF mudwrestling cagematch title. If elites want a classy civilized affair next time, they should stop binding the commoners hands by revoking their liberties and muzzling their mouths with PC oppression. Political correctness is fascism disguised as manners. Let people think, feel, and speak, so they won't need pitchforks and revolutionaries to express themselves. Whatever comes of the Trump movement, much credit or blame belongs to those who opposed him most.