This communique is an effort to put into words my summation from my education of the first two and-a-half years of Mr. Trump’s presidency of the U.S. in the context of “Russia Gate.”
As always, I am prefacing my judgment with some excerpts from some historical individuals as a way to provide some sufficient, competent evidence for my assertions as contained herein. These excerpts will be from former 1) President John F. Kennedy, 2) Alex de Tocqueville “Democracy in America,” and 3) Milton Friedman an economist, respectively:
“The great enemy of truth is very often not the lie – deliberate, continued, and dishonest – But the myth persistent, persuasive, and unrealistic.”
“It covers the surface of society with a network of small complicated rules, minute, uniform, through which the most original minds and most energetic characters cannot penetrate to rise above the crowd. The will of man is not shattered by softened, bent, and guided, men are seldom forced by it to act, but they are constantly restrained from acting. Such a power does not destroy, but it prevents existence, it does not tyrannize, but it compresses, enervates, extinguishes, and stupefies a people, till each state is reduced to be nothing better than a flock of timid and industrial animals of which the government is the shepherd.”
“If you were to put Nancy Pelosi and the Federal Government in charge of the Sahara Desert, there would be a shortage of sand in five years.”
Mr. President, as a native born in the Independent Republic of Santa Monica here on the “Left Coast,” formerly known as the State of California and the age of Reason at the time of the assassination of President Kennedy, the debunking of the fraudulent findings of the Warren Commission should be declassified immediately. Such action would ensure a more accurate U.S. history and context for the American people, so that they may come to fully comprehend the pillaging and plundering of this country that has taken place over the past 56 years, and bring a focus on former President Eisenhower’s dour farewell address to the American people on Jan. 13, 1961. Sir, the income statement, balance sheet, off balance sheet unfunded liabilities (i.e. Social Security) along with constant borrowing are an unparalleled Fiat Ponzi scheme. What the American people need now is not the “Art of the Deal” but rather the Science of Bankruptcy. It is your legacy, sir, and I hope you can make it great for all of us poor folk, who also aspire to our own unique individual greatness here in California once again!
Turning to California, sir, which I know is a lost cause for you in the 2020 election, but perhaps you could help us in some fashion to get a recall of Governor Gavin Newsom on the 2020 California ballot.
The inconvenient facts are that Gov. Newsom is “the best Special Interest money can buy.” He continues to sow the seeds of his own destruction and he has never had any sense of proportion and way overstepped his limits as a public servant and committed political suicide.
This proposed recall for me represents the sharp and irreconcilable clash of the most important questions of the economic and social stability for the citizens of California by eliminating the infernal mixture of unbridled power and deception by the morally unsettled and mentally confused politicians in Sacramento. The state’s monster and overgrown functions must be drastically pruned and its economic, financial and social policies need to be once more made to firm, simple and universally understood rules inspired by the common interest and a free economy, because without these, there can be no protection from the arbitrary government power of Gov. Newsom and the legislature. In local jargon: “Dude! I want my stolen State of California back!”