Trump, like Farage, like Boris Johnson, like an increasing number of politicians, represents a class that the media and most politicians hate: those who speak up for the concerns and interests of ordinary people which the political elite have long kept repressed.
As such, there’s little doubt that the initial reaction to President Trump will be like that of our own hissy fit Sturgeon who finding out that the people had voted against her wishes for Brexit then went on a month long rant about how she was going to stop the people having their wish to leave the parasitic EU (although obviously she didn’t quite put it that way).
So, the immediate aftermath of president Trump is going to be hilarious. All the PC nutters will … go bonkers … blow their fuses … generally huff and puff …. and demand a recount (where only they and their chums get to vote).
However, after the fun we have the serious issues. What would a Trump Presidency look like.
PC (Political Correctness = press conformist)
The one thing Trump doesn’t do is PC, and that is why all those PC-fascists forcing their nutter ideas on the public, will be flipping their lids.Whether it is global warming, Gay rights, sex “equality” (but note it’s only when it benefits women), or whatever, Trump is not going to be over concerned to open the door and listen to them.
The main effect, is going to be a loss of public money syphoned to the parasitic PC-fascist organisations who previously kept themselves well paid by threatening any politician with bad publicity who did not roll over and do their bidding.
So, watch out for the dying squeals as like a bagpipe being sat on – the wind goes out of these PC-fascists!
UK Trade Deals
The election of Mr Trump is likely to help Britain as it seeks to strike a trade deal with America in a post-Brexit world. Trump was a big supporter of Brexit and said that Britain would not be “at the back of the queue” for a trade deal with the US.
And as the Express goes on: “In many ways, Mr Trump may get on well with Britain’s new eccentric Foreign Minister Boris Johnson who was the figurehead of the Brexit campaign.”
(Sturgeon is going to hate this – Britain doing well from Brexit!)
Mr Trump supports warmer relations with Russia’s strongman President Vladimir Putin and I doubt he will be very warm to all those PC nutters who run the EU. According to the Express: ” Trump has prompted concerns among security ‘experts’ by making comments that seem to indicate tolerance of Russia’s aggression in Eastern Europe” – these are undoubtedly the same “‘experts” who predicted the demise of the British economy post Brexit! However, it does seem likely that Trump will be in favour of the Russians securing control over Russian speaking areas of Ukraine – in return for dealing with ISIS.
Trump has said he might leave NATO unless it reforms. He appears to be in favour of action against ISIS (but changes his mind a lot). Like “Mexico paying for the wall”, he favours the Saudis paying to combat ISIS (which is fair as they use money earned from us from oil to fund Islamic groups and stir up problems as well as funding subversive groups that interfere a lot in US and UK politics).
Everyone knows there is already a border fence between the US and Mexico, so I can’t see why anyone but a PC nutter of a immigrant “pimp” would be fussed by strengthening it. But the key point here, is that once President Trump allocates money to strengthen the boarder – he then makes boarder control a profitable enterprise. And having pulled the plug on many of the parasitic organisations that push for increased immigration – this change in finding will change the balance of the public debate, not just in the US but also in the UK (the next target for “tighter security”?).
Whilst it may seem a small change, the effect of so much money ($12billion is being discussed) – like the similar vicious cycle of wind funding wind lobbyists to push wind, the creation of “wall lobbyists” pushing for “tighter border security” could relatively quickly totally change the public perception of how to treat illegal immigrants.
US Economic Policy
Firstly, Trump is going to be a lot less sympathetic to US debt than any recent predecessor. This invariably means a reduction in the public spend. High in the list of useless spending is the nonsense on climate. But generally, it will likely this will mean dramatic cuts in many agencies and many branches of government (getting rid of admin overheads is the first thing any businessman does). It will also mean the end of US spend on anything frivolous (like the daft Paris climate “deal”). However, the US can’t possibly pay back their deficit unless they start growing their own economy. He has hinted this will start by utilising their fossil fuel reserves. As such, we are likely to see the price of energy globally dropping.
The Effect on Scotland
With the (anti-fossil fuel) SNP being so reliant on high oil prices to fund their “separation under EU chains” promise, the election of President Trump will effectively be the end of that dream (nightmare), not only for Trumps term as president, but when Americans see the benefit of this pro-fossil fuel policy, the US push to export fossil fuels will drop the price of energy for many years effectively taking separation off the political agenda in Scotland and making the SNP a useless appendage to Scottish politics.
But not only SNP politicians will face job losses, with so many jobs still being dependent on the North Sea – and therefore on high oil prices – the election of Trump and lower energy prices, will effectively end the dominance of North Sea Oil and dramatically reduce revenue in Scotland.
It seems likely that Aberdeen will collapse as an oil producing region. Fracking could have replaced that – but the insane SNP are against the only way to save all those energy jobs. And with the increasing cost of energy (relative to the rest of the world) in Scotland due to the insane wind policy – we’ll see less and less heavy industry as it moves to places with cheaper energy (the US?). And …with that insane wind policy destroying the Scottish scenery – and the Trump led return to common sense over climate, not only will those bird-mincers we have mean we’ll see fewer and fewer tourists(and birds, and bats), but without the need for wind created by the daft NOAA, NASA and pushed through at Paris, there will be no one to sell this appalling expensive folly of a energy source to.
And with the SNP still obsessed with giving away our fishing to Europe .., well can anyone tell me anything that Scotland is good for?
However, on the positive side – immigration into Scotland will not be a problem -because we’ll all be wanting to leave – particularly if we were mad enough to rejoin EU (and EU mad enough to have us). Although if we did join EU there might be some business reconstructing Hadrian’s wall to keep the daft Scots who voted to leave the prosperous UK north of the border?
The end of the illusion that Politicians cannot be prosecuted
For reasons that are pretty obvious, politicians of all parties are against politicians being prosecuted for the crimes they commit. So, e.g. if I organised to bring 10 illegal immigrants into the UK – that would be illegal, and if found out, I would undoubtedly (??may not??) serve a prison sentence. But if a politician organises for 10million illegal immigrants to come into our country – that is not deemed a crime at all.
Likewise, on climate. If NASA, NOAA and the UK Met Office fraudulently produce data to alter the apparent “rate of change” – in the same way as a banker fraudulently changed the LIBOR rate – that apparently is not criminal. Nor is the BBC breaking its charter obligation, nor is slander and hate speech by politicians using phrases like “denier”.
In other words, politicians and big “establishment” organisations have thought themselves above the law – laws that only apply to plebs like you and me and not the establishment elite.
But Trump owes the political establishment nothing. If Klinton has broken the law, if NASA are fraudulently producing climate data, if the EPA broke the US constitution … why shouldn’t Trump prosecute them for their crimes?
But, once we in the UK, see that public officials can be prosecuted in the US (and undoubtedly it will be juicy, because they never thought they’d ever face the repercussions … so they won’t have been careful) … there will be similar calls in the UK for prosecutions. It may well be that Blair finally sees the inside of prison. That those in the BBC who routinely break their Charter obligations find there is legal redress for us ordinary plebs. That not only climategate, but Hillsborough and many similar “inquiries” get opened up and those responsible end up going to prison. Merely because President Trump got elected.
You can see why the establishment, the PC-fascists, the eco-fascists, the XXX right fascists, the …. every fascist is against Trump. Indeed, when we look back in a few decades time … it may well be deemed as the end of the “PC-era”?