aside The US President Emperor Is Being Observed In all His Ugly Nakedness

newtoon.jpgThe one good thing that the republican President Donald Trump did for all the American peoples is that he finally spouted the truth about his racists’ tendencies on August 15, 2017.  Thanks to the GOP, 80% Evangelicals and White supremacists along with help from the US press, “we the people” are stuck with a racist Russian asset in the White House as president, and we will be forever shamed as he continues to thrash this once highly esteemed office.

On August 15, 2017, President Trump went out of his way to equate those who were standing up to the perpetrators of hate with the various hate groups, like White supremacists, White nationalists, racists, neo-Nazis, and Islamo-phobics. The GOP and Evangelical peoples who have been supporting and covering for him, by NOW, have all witnessed the president speak without the mask of verbal euphemisms and fake niceties. He has clearly demonstrated that he backs the racists/ haters of this country.


But the GOP and 80% of Evangelicals knew who Donald Trump was as they voted for him to become our next president. After all he was the marketing king who promoted the concept that the former democratic President Barack Obama was not a US citizen, that he had really been born in Kenya and that the short form Hawaiian birth certificate was fake. He is the same man who pretended, over several days, not to know who David Duke, an avowed White supremacist leader when questioned by the press about his beliefs. There are numerous other examples. But these same folks somehow rationalized these signals of racism away, as they propped him up and voted for him.

But now, the emperor president has articulated without equivocation his truly ugly racist soul and as his same supporters are witness to him in full display of his nakedness, how are they going to respond / confront this moment in time when they can no longer continue to hide in denial. How are they going to change course and direct the ship in a better direction?

02162017TrumpNoClothesThe following is a must watch documentary by VICE news to view what kind of peoples President Trump is supporting. Let there be no doubt about what kind of folks participated in the “Unite the Right” rally over the weekend 8/12/17 in Charlottesvill, VA. President Trump may want to listen to how the White supremacists referred to his son-in-law Jared Kushner.


  1. I wonder whether their ‘Man on the Ground’ who professed to be recovering the country from the anti-whites noticed just how many demonstrators against the alt-right were white? I might feel some sympathy if they actually had anything to protest about and if I hadn’t heard their spokesman mention the name of the black people killed by white police and lay the blame on the victims. As it is I just think they are a disgrace to humanity and maybe Blood and Soil should be theirs on it. Normally I wish no ill to no man but they abuse the title of men and disgrace the title animals.
    xxx Huge Hugs xxx

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    • Dear David Prosser,

      This has been a pivotal moment in US history where most Americans are speaking out against the president’s comments attempting to give cover to the White supremacists’ incitement to violence activities over this past weekend in Charlottesville, VA.

      It is some comfort to me that most Americans concur with your thinking and are speaking out, loud and clear.

      Hugs, Gronda

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  2. Gronda, the backlash will be significant and unshakeable. Ryan, McCain, and others have all been critical. Ron Christie, who worked in Bush’s White House, noted denouncing neo-Nazis is a very low bar and even Trump could not meet it. Keith

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    • Dear Keith,

      He made the mistake of not being politically correct as he took this truthful stance.And thank goodness, he showed us his true colors. He deserves the backlash.

      Hugs, Gronda


      • Absolutely. The false equivalence he and others make between hate mongers loaded for bear carrying torches and those who protest such hatred and bigotry, is in and of itself bigoted. Black Lives Matter’s mission is “my life and rights matter in this country,” while the mission of the white supremacists is “no they don’t to the Blacks, Jews, LGBT, etc.” An article written in The Guardian by someone says what Mr. Trump said is not how it happened. The white supremacists were by far the aggressors. Keith

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    • Dear Roger,

      My faith is in the American peoples but “we the people” could use some help by the republican legislators. So far all the military leaders and business leaders have stepped up to the plate to counter the president’s words in support of White Supremacists.

      The screws are turning.

      Hugs, Gronda

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  3. I see at the end of the film a scared, shifty-eyed man with no friends around him who was talking tough now hiding in his room until he can make it out of town, his war toys laying spread out on the bed. What an idiot. I think he was the one who said he went to the gym. I wonder if he’ll still be welcome in that gym when he goes home after being identified on this film. —- Suzanne

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