Knowledge is Power
Many times my friends told me that “GOP never misses the opportunity to miss the opportunity.”
I believe that it is happening due to the lack of knowledge over the big picture of the world predicament. That exact situation we see today, when National Review tried to defeat Trump. Of course, the publication has the right to express its opinion, but it was done by the Republican magazine within its own party in a very unethical manner before the crucial votes in Iowa.
“Trump is a philosophically unmoored political opportunist who would trash the broad conservative ideological consensus within the GOP in favor of a free-floating populism with strong-man overtones,” – See more here.
The magazine is openly agitates the votes:
Don’t vote for Trump, he is an existential threat to the party. This is the kick bellow the waste, a knife to the back of the Republican Party and its future. Moreover it is a deliberate infiltration and corruption of the free electorate process.
The words “Trump is a philosophically unmoored political opportunist” is a mere rude offence, without the understanding of the crisis in the world and America: we are entering the point of no return due to the Democrats adhered to the ideology of Socialism, I called Soviet fascism.
Look at Bernie Sanders who has called himself a Democratic-Socialist. Respecting his age, I wouldn’t use more loud words, but Democratic-Socialist is an oxymoron—democratic is the opposite of Socialist, and a Socialist can’t be democratic. Why is National Review not addressing the most important issues of our days? Socialism is currently being accepted as a valid political philosophy in America. Don’t they see the upcoming catastrophe, created by the Democrat-Socialists, leading by Obama?
The answer is very simple—the magazine is not evaluated the real predicament in our country, they have no enough knowledge to do so. It is much easy to avoid a principle philosophy of Socialism and attack and damaging Trump, who is the only chance for the Republican Party to win the presidency. Trump is bringing in a new blood that the Republicans were unsuccessfully seeking the last forty years.
I would recommend to the editor of National Review to read my books, to learn about real Socialism, I called it Soviet Fascism, to see my warning to America for the last twenty years.
The problem with “true conservatives” is no one else is conservative enough. This is a unique time in the republicans political history. No one has seen a Trump candidacy before. It seems the lesson hasn’t been learned either. If the National Review doesn’t like a candidate, they should spend their efforts praising the qualities of other candidates, not go all out against the one they don’t like. That will give that candidate a boost. It’s the law of unexpected consequences. Are other candidates not praise worthy? I’m tired of politics as usual by the usual career politicians. I will vote for whomever ends up being the republican nominee, mainly because I don’t want a third lying Obama presidency or a commie one either. It’s been about 50 years since the American Communist party disbanded and joined the ranks of the democrat party under the progressive banner. Don’t be surprised if the next elections cycle after the current one the democrats put out a candidate as communist-democrat candidate-if there could ever be such an animal- instead of socialist-democrat. Until then and whether or not Trump ends up as the republican nominee for this elections cycle, enjoy the breath of fresh air the Trump candidacy, as well as Carson and Fiorina, have brought to these primaries.
I’m a term limits guy and would really like to see one of these “outsiders” do a term or two before getting back to their regular jobs.