Trump Wields the Capitalist Weapon: The Iran Deal Decision

President Trump has unleashed the power of the most nuclear weapon against nuclear proliferation known: the power of Capitalism. By threatening to impose sanctions on Iran, which are a Capitalistic weapon no different that the Gandhian non-violent boycott, Trump is using the financial leverage of the (mostly) Capitalist system we have in the U.S., (although it is a system heavily burdened with socialist mandates that keep down the wealth of the People. But it is probably the most Capitalistic place in the world, although perhaps Switzerland or some other small nation excels it.)

I predicted in a blog post about four years back that what America needed was a politician who was a billionaire (so that he was financially dependent on no one), and was neither a Democrat nor Republican. America got exactly that in Trump, and, although I disagree strenuously with many of his positions on the environment and his military spending, he is showing that his native intelligence is cutting through the political and bureaucratic dross that we’ve had to put up with since Kennedy was murdered; Kennedy, the last politician or President I ever heard give an interesting speech on some fundamental principle of the American Republic, like the Freedom of the Press and its responsibilities. His was an intellect far beyond any President since then, but now, in terms of intelligence and simple common sense, he may have met an equal or associate in President Trump.

And that is probably why the established government bureaucracies, in collusion with the Democrats and the media, are attempting a judicial Putsch against the duly-elected President of these United States of America.

I can see Bertrand Russell, who was an ardent Socialist, applauding President Trump from his position in Hell, a position he finds far more interesting than Heaven, because he can continue to smoke his pipe there, and advocate for Free Love. But Lord Russell was an even more ardent opponent of nuclear proliferation, and a hater of organized religion in government, and I’m sure he would say that to give to a religiously-fanatic theocracy the means to initiate nuclear war was utter insanity, and that the petty and sick sychophants of the Democratic Party and the media, and their European Union and UK allies, were nothing but a modern bunch of Neville Chamberlains appeasing a nuclear-weaponized Hitlerian regime that hangs gay teenagers, and stones women to death for adultery, and guns down hundreds of demonstrators against electoral fraud.

The Tyranny will now feel the edge of the Capitalist weapon, the weapon Trump wielded, the sanction or boycott. No Jeffersonian government, no trade: that should be the cry of the modern Classical Liberal or Libertarian, and that is the choice Trump has put to both Iran and North Korea. And the way North Korea has buckled and kissed brass in the face of Trumps threats is because those are Capitalistic threats and Kim obviously doesn’t want to grow thin.

Today’s Iran Deal speech was one of the best, most forceful speeches I can recall, although Trump is not trained as a orator, and is no Churchill or Roosevelt when it comes to¬† speaking, but he states the facts like laying out the terms of a contract, and it’s all pretty clear.

The American Public has elected a very bright fellow.

— Paul Grad, Libertarian Party of Oregon Gubernatorial Nominee 2014

 

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