The People should be happy that their sitting president has apparently not read The Prince, by Niccolo Machiavelli. If he had studied repeatedly the contents of this masterpiece of political subterfuge, he would be sending out willing lackeys to do his dirty work and then publicly distancing himself from them (or letting the enraged masses rip them to shreds) once they’d performed their wanton duties.
If our luck holds, he will also not read The Art of War by Lao Tzu or the U.S. Constitution. His ignorance of the former will hinder the swift implementation of his sinister agendas; his ignorance of the latter will speed the collapse of his faltering administration. Should he continue to stumble along in the dark, blind to the immorality of his actions, oblivious of the damage he is doing do the frayed fabric of this Union of American States, the pillars of its civilized branches of government will have no choice but to stymie his transgressions at every turn.
The American experiment is now akin to a sick man drawing his last, painful breaths. Sometimes, it’s best to just let things die. Sic semper tyrannis.
americanifesto / JPR / whorphan / 場黑麥