It’s a book. It’s written because of the destruction by Political Correctness of the Republic of South Africa which is now a dictatorship by “JZ” a white hating bully who preaches killing white people thus: “bring me my machine gun”.
The website “GenocideWatch.com” observes: “About 50 people on average are murdered in South Africa per day, of which at least 20 of them are whites (95% black-on-white murder rate). Please take into consideration that white people make up only 9% (4,500,000) of the demographics in South Africa, and therefore the white murder rate in South Africa is quite significant.”
Back to “The Trump Revolution”. the authoress, Ilana Mercer is not a Trump supporter but neither is she opposed to him and his upcoming Presidency. “The Trump Revolution” is about the process of Trump, the rebellion agaisnt the self-destruction of America.
That’s history. It’s history because it happened in South Africa as a band of marauders led by the American Left, took over the Republic of South Africa and turned it into a one-party dictatorship bent on eliminating white people from Southern Africa. Robert Mugube has done it in the next country to the East, the former Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe where it’s fatal to have white skin.
Rush Limbaugh called Black Lives Matter a terrorist organization. The open season on police by BLM members and sympathizers was confirmed by authoress Heather Mac Donald who wrote: “The War On Cops” who said: quote: “President Obama lied to the nation last night, and he embraced the Black Lives Matter myth that there is a racist war by white officers against black civilians in this country.
MAC DONALD: President Obama last night only fanned these fires of hatred by putting out his usual lies that the criminal justice system is racist. It is not. It responds to crime in order to try to protect lives, not to take them.
RUSH: Speaking of President Obama, in part of show prep today I found a story from March, I think, of 2015, in which President Obama welcomed two founders of Black Lives Matter to the White House and commemorated them and their efforts and praised them as being better organizers than he is. And Black Lives Matter was exactly who they are then as who they are today. They’re a terrorist group. They’re quickly becoming a terrorist group committing hate crimes. And the attorney general today is saying that she’s going to look into this, investigate this as a hate crime, which is amazing they’re not trying to find out if this guy is a member of the Tea Party.
MAC DONALD: Well, I think the Obama Administration may be having second thoughts about the type of rhetoric that it’s been using, because there’s no question that it is fomenting hatred out there. And this is very dangerous stuff.
The Trump Revolution touches on the problem of Political Correctness which this writer observed personally back in 1977 while working in South Africa. A bomb was thrown at The Carlton Center. It broke some windows, injured 17 people but killed no one. It was reported in America as a huge bombing while it hardly damaged anything except it broke some windows on the street. The difference between the event and the reporting was shocking. Until then I had believed the American Press was accurate; that it told the truth but the bombing at the Carlton Center showed the press lied and not in a small way.
So the books: The Trump Revolution and The War on Cops are important to describe the events that are going on today which events, reports and books are the stuff of history tomorrow and in decades to come.
Keep things in perspective. Make sure you look up and look around as you take in the events of the day. There are many more good things going on in America than are shown by the media because good news is so common people pay no attention to it.
Of course politics and current events are immensely important but they are not the whole truth because they are not the whole story. Lincoln is more important than Obama because Lincoln was like George Washington who said: “I Cannot Tell A Lie”. Obama and Hillary say “I cannot tell the truth.” .