ENGLAND’S INNATE SENSE OF SELF-DETERMINATION CHOSE SOVEREIGNTY

26 06 2016

Authored by William Robert Barber

The economic system of a nation state defines the direct, indirect, and lasting effect upon the veracity of individual, institutional, and cultural freedom. A democratic republic will not function (as intended) without freedom. The contractual legalities between buyer and seller, a nation’s legislative and regulatory principles, the nuance of statutory laws and the interpretation thereof defines a nation’s economic system. 

There is a definitive relationship between the endeavors of an economic dynamic and the political wherewithal of the governing entity. The relationship is synergistic. The EU, founded on the righteous premise of “one for all and one for all,” is now, unworkable ideals better wrought within the confines of the theoretical.

In the beginning, Europeans, suffering from “shiny objects syndrome”, considered the idea of EU unity a continuum of egalitarianism; therefore a necessary cultural, political, and economic precursor to moral congruency. Well, they were wrong in their initial assumptions/presumptions because the basis of their indoctrinated belief once implemented proved intolerable and inoperable. After twenty plus years of EU experience, the fact united with the truth of faceless EU domination. An act of self-determination aggregated into an act of pure democracy; by choosing sovereignty, Englanders chose freedom and the blessings of individual liberty over the pretentious offerings of a top-to-bottom hierarchy of socialistically inclined EU omniscient pretenders. 

Donald Trump is a contentious persuader. A bellowing initiator of belligerent rife with tints of paranoia and exaggeration as part of his mix; a media artisan who has, heretofore, weaponized populism. Instigated by prompts of irrational and unreasonable hyperbole a populist requires no deductive analysis or empirical evidence. It is as if the only requirement of a populist’s persuasion is the efficacy of Google keywords and the unlimited ignorance of the audience.

However, one should not deduce that populist themes have no merit. The concerns of Trump supporters are real. Our government has strayed off the course set by the constitution. The leadership of both political parties are to blame for the obtusely disingenuous, non sensible-indiscernible tax laws and the creation of an unrecognizable-unmanageable-wholly ungovernable Byzantine–style bureaucracy whose primary function is to interpret and enforce the laws of the land.

To lose our republic to the theoretical nonsense of progressivism, to the concept of globalization, and the utopian ideals of socialism is sinful; we should mimic the English and reject. Unless the spirit and meaningfulness are adhered, a law is nothing more than an artful collection of words.

“Not ever Hillary”… these embroidered words fly on my ensign. Unless the Republican Party can man-up and actually find a substitute, Donald is the choice.

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DONALD TRUMP IS AN IDIOT

8 06 2016

Authored by William Robert Barber

The basis of Donald Trump’s most recent accusation is idiotic, ill-tempered, and sixth grade level silly. This billionaire businessperson with a chip on each shoulder is impervious to the concept of accepting sage advice. He is obviously ignorant of our country’s founding and ever-evolving moral principles. Notably, Donald Trump is an aimless chaos initiator bent on destroying the Republican Party while delivering the presidency to Hillary Clinton.

As with many conservatives, I was — considering the electoral alternative — warming up to the concept of a Trump presidency… Well that idea was flushed away with his scurrilous attack on the Indiana-born federal judge of Mexican decent.

The Trump storyline is so fantastical and surreal, if submitted as a novel or screenplay no producer would credit the story as possible. Why would a man on the verge of his political party’s nomination publicizes a civil case (of no bearing in the election) openly disparage the presiding judge? I suggest this conduct is an example of behavioral dysfunction; this behavior is clinically irrefutable. Mr. Trump’s accusatory outburst against anyone that does not like him or disagrees with his perspective almost immediately fuels a genuine tenacity. The afterthought of tenacity prompts a narcissistic resolve to behave in the persona of a conceited asinine.  

The Republican Party cannot nominate this ignoramus. The rules committee must change the rules to disfavor Trump’s ability to win the nomination on the first ballot. The delegates must not elect this individual to represent the Republican brand.

Surely, there must be a republican leader with enough intestinal fortitude to realize it is his or her duty to stop this behaviorally dysfunctional person.

Dark clouds are forming…