White Nationalist Trump Goes Off About Globalists

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Listening to Donald Trump at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) meeting verged on painful. He spoke with all the lethargy of a reluctant eighth-grader reading a book report. Our great leader put Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross to sleep. Perhaps, someone poked the secretary just to see if he was still alive and if so, move him to wakefulness. Still, however poorly given, POTUS’s words bit hard.

Trump claimed that socialism “brought misery” to people. The U.S. has a former of democratic socialism with its Social Security and Medicare programs, among others. Several Democrats in the 2020 presidential primary promote expanded democratic socialism.  Note the word “democratic.”

 

Senior writer and editor for Buzzfeed Hayes Brown tweeted from inside of the UN gathering:

‘This is the diplomat that Venezuela has sitting at their placard while Trump is speaking. It looks like she’s reading about Simon Bolivar?’

The president spoke about Venezuelans’ great need, according to Politico:

‘To the Venezuelans trapped in this nightmare, please know that all of America is united behind you. The United States has vast quantities of humanitarian aid ready and waiting to be delivered. We’re watching the Venezuela situation very closely.’

Then, Trump’s speechwriter deftly inserted democratic socialism into  the president’s speech and compared it to Venezuela’s government, which was manned by a dictator who refused to leave office:

‘We await the day when democracy will be restored, when Venezuela will be free, and when liberty will prevail throughout this hemisphere. One of the most serious challenges our country has faced is the specter of socialism. It’s the wrecker of nations and destroyer of societies.’

Our commander-in-chief compared “socialism and communism:”

‘The events in Venezuela reminds us all that socialism and communism are not about justice. They are not about equality, they are not about lifting up the poor, and they are certainly not about good of the nation.’

Trump also drove his point home harder saying this about both forms of government:

‘Socialism and communism are about one thing only: power for the ruling class. Today I repeat a message for the world that I have delivered at home: America will never be a socialist country. The last century socialism and communism killed 100 million people.’

Then, Axios read “between the lines,” saying that Trump “denounced” globalists and socialists as the “destroyer of societies:”

‘President Trump used his address before the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday to denounce “globalists” and “socialists” while taking aim at China, Iran and Venezuela.’

Axios said that the president spoke about Venezuela, and it said he “warned about the rise of socialism:”

‘Trump railed against the Nicolás Maduro regime and its Cuban backers before pivoting to U.S. domestic politics. He warned against the rise of socialism, which he called “the wrecker of nations and the destroyer of societies.”‘

Next, the president suggested that “globalists” were not “patriots:”

‘The future does not belong to globalists, the future belongs to patriots,” Trump said, before repeatedly encouraging other leaders to embrace nationalism’

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