Context is everything and my reasons for supporting Donald Trump for president even after all the outrageous claims against him are that I have it–context. Over the past couple of months I have stood in four of the places where great international events have taken place. I stood precisely where an Islamic lunatic plunged a knife at police in front of Notre Dame in Paris. I was at the bridge near Parliament in London where another Islamic terrorist ran people down killing them for no reason at all—but to support a radical religious theory. I was also on the same streets and locations as the London Bridge attack just a few weeks ago. Additionally, I was at the Ecuadorian Embassy where Wikileaks is doing the good work of unleashing material our American media and intelligence agencies can’t be trusted to control. So I’ve touched the face of history a lot this year and I was in those places before these big events occurred because I identified them as hot spots I wanted to see because of the currents in the world that are moving fast in dangerous directions. So when I say that Puerto Rico should be the 51st state it is because of that same deductive reasoning. Donald Trump is a great president that is unlocking much of what these global terrorists are set against—and fear. Yet the net result will be a love of freedom that will expand under the Trump presidency which is really what these terrorists and liberal assassins in the American media fear. Nobody does it like Trump, watch his speech from Miami, Florida where he undid the disaster that Obama had created in regards to Cuban relations.
To watch in that clip Luis Haza play the Star Spangled Banner on a violin after hearing the story of how he first came to do it as a young child is precisely what America means to people all around the world. It is what the terrorists are trying to avoid by stopping the spread of capitalist sentiment. It is why extreme leftists have sought to move Middle Eastern Marxists into Europe—to maintain their stranglehold on those economies globally with the last resort of religion to hide the evil behind the mask of eternity. But it’s not working and with Trump, that spread will increase dramatically, including adding the 51st state in America to his list of achievements—yes, in case you haven’t yet heard dear reader, Puerto Rico has voted to become the 51st state in The United States. They are ready and willing to officially become part of our country and that is a wonderful thing. They want it for many of the same reasons that Cuba wants it—and as I write this I think Cuba will become the 52nd state and that might happen by the time Mike Pence is in the White House.
The terrorists in the world—and I’d classify the American political left in that category based on their violent reactions to the Trump presidency—want to sell the joy that American capitalism unleashes around the world by calling it “imperialism” lumping it into the same heap as the British Empire was—or the Roman. The biggest difference is that America isn’t exactly going out of its way to acquire new territory; new territory wants to join the team. As things stand now that little 100 mile wide island down in the Caribbean, closer to Jamaica than Florida filed for bankruptcy protection in May. They have no way out of their financial troubles unless something dramatically changes for them and as it stands now, they are like a state—they have American citizenship—but they aren’t technically a state which has crippled them as far as corporate investments. So they are in a current no man’s land economically. Their legacy costs far exceed their GDP which is so small; it’s not even worth talking about. But Puerto Rico is a very nice place and it could easily become a booming economy with a GDP similar to Florida which is about a trillion dollars a year. Hawaii produces only about $87 billion but it brings much more than that to the entire Pacific in value, and of course Alaska only produces $50 billion. But Puerto Rico with its gateway access to the Caribbean and the Atlantic shipping lanes has tremendous potential that could and should be utilized to advance industry and economic expansion in that region by taking away the haze of indifferent statehood from the decision-making process. Once companies know that Puerto Rico is an American state–they could unleash their investments.
That brings us to Cuba—in the 1950s it was a country headed in the direction of American statehood and that’s what should have happened until the Castro regime attacked and took over with communism as the national offering. People seem to forget or ignore that all those little countries south of The United States have their share of communism, Marxism and socialism in their equations somewhere—and that’s why they are all poor countries. Most of Mexico’s problems come from the fact that they founded their current country on concepts of Marxism and that has turned them into a disaster currently being run by drug cartels. So I wouldn’t be against Mexico becoming the 53rd state maybe letting it divide itself up into three more states. Then of course Guatemala, Honduras and Panama—if they voted for statehood, then I’d be all for letting them become part of the United States. Their lives would improve dramatically because even the very poor in The United States live better than most of the middle class in Mexico and throughout South America do. Most of the poor in the United States live better than the rich do in all of Africa–so becoming states in America would be a great thing for everyone. The big thing they’d gain from statehood would be creating stable governments that businesses could then invest in. Nobody in their right mind is going to invest much money in Mexico and Cuba as far as business because they do not have stable political climates. Only tremendously wealthy companies now can afford to do anything in Mexico because the labor exchange is that much more advantageous. But part of the reason there isn’t any major industry south of the American border is because of the lack of political stability. Once that occurred everything would improve for everyone.
Under the Trump presidency I would love to see America add at least two more American states—starting with Puerto Rico. If they want to be in our tent then I’m all for it. I might even buy a place there as a real estate investment. I wouldn’t dare do it now, because the country is bankrupt, but if it became a state with opportunities to become a satellite of the great state of Florida—I’d be all for it. Of course the political left would be against such a thing just as open terrorists would because they don’t want to see the spread of capitalism to these regions—they want Marxism in America. They certainly don’t want America to spread its influence around the world more than it already has. But if the people in those places want to sign up to become Americans—no matter where they come from—why not? They’d be better off, and so would the current 50 states. There would be more taxable revenue and at least we’d all be working with the same founding documents. And if it were voluntary it wouldn’t be like America ran around the world conquering everyone with a superior military. All we’d be doing is saying yes. So why the hell not? Republicans will likely increase their numbers in the House and Senate so the timing is about as good as it will get. It’s all about context isn’t it? Do we really want to help people become better off under a capitalist system and contributing to our current $18 trillion-dollar a year GDP. Or do we want to let terrorists both foreign and domestic use illegal aliens from impoverished areas to collapse our system in America with overwhelming force and changing voting patterns. Or do we control the impact with harmless Electoral votes while increasing our taxable income and expansion of business opportunity? The situation is pretty clear to me.
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