After dissing the dead soldiers in Paris, skipping a peace forum and blaming state authorities in California for the spreading ...
While most in the Republican Party are silent as Donald Trump continues to make himself a big, fat global spectacle on the world stage, lost in the dissing of America’s allies and his love presser with Vladimir Putin, was his openly racist and xenophobic comments on immigration in Europe.
Trump, according to the Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid, The Sun, reportedly said Britain and the rest of Europe is “losing its culture” because of immigration.
The exact quote was, “I just think it’s changing the culture. I think it’s a very negative thing for Europe. I think it’s very negative.”
He also reportedly added, “I think it changed the fabric of Europe and, unless you act very quickly, it’s never going to be what it was, and I don’t mean that in a positive way.”
That’s right—“losing its culture,” changing the fabric and it’s “very negative.”
So what does that mean exactly? Obviously, the fact that Europe is no longer completely white as “what it [once] was,” tells Trump that the continent is becoming too dark as more Black and Brown immigrants make their homes there. And, as Donald the racist sees it, it’s not good at all and “very negative.”
Trump’s subsequent comments gave great insight into the dark heart of the man who is head of a country more diverse than the rainbow.
According to the newspaper, he said, “The situation pains him personally as the son of two EU countries.”
That is, the grandson of a German immigrant, whose family was so ashamed of its German roots through two world wars that Trump continued to pretend he had Swedish roots at the time he put his name to “The Art of the Deal.”
Little wonder that he is on the “Make America Great Again,” aka the “Make America White Again” agenda.
In the same article, he attacked the mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, whose parents are Pakistani immigrants, by claiming Khan is responsible for the terror attacks on the British capital. A typical white nationalist/KKK response!
Further, much like he has frequently done in the United States with Democrats, he blamed the Labor Party in Britain for doing “a very bad job on terrorism” by allowing so many migrants, to come to the city, much like his lies about immigrants coming to the U.S. and committing crimes.
The irony is that his remarks came as a diverse 23-member soccer team, made up of 15 Black immigrants and children of immigrants whose roots extend to Africa and the Caribbean, helped hand France a win in the 2018 World Cup.
Trump even had the audacity to congratulate the team on Twitter on the win, ignoring the fact that the team’s diversity ran counter to his ignorant comments of days earlier.
Europeans who protested Trump in huge numbers must be applauded. They helped to show the world that racism, bigotry, ignorance and xenophobia have no place in the world in 2018 and sent a clear message to the man now cleverly dubbed “Tangerine Wankmaggot” by one brilliant Scottish national.
Now, world leaders who thought there was something to be gained from building a relationship with the xenophobe who currently occupies the White House must realize they are wasting their precious time and ask themselves: Would I have negotiated with Adolf Hitler?
Back here in the U.S., as thousands of children continue to be separated from their parents because the president of the United States believes in his heart they need to be caged and deported to prevent them from further changing the fabric of these United States, voters with any sense of right and wrong must vote to take back the Congress to put the brakes on the racist running wildly around the world claiming to represent American values and ideals. Vote or liberty is history!
The writer is CMO at Hard Beat Communications, Inc., which owns the brands NewsAmericasNow, CaribPRWire and InvestCaribbeanNow.