Donald Trump’s Giant Blunder

Why Trump’s Tax Reform and Foreign Policy Hurts All Americans

As a libertarian, I love lower taxes, and Trump’s administration did just that a few months ago. He lowered the tax code for all Americans. Sure, it’s still not where it needs to be, but it’s getting closer. I’ve always been a believer in a flat-tax where all people (corporations included) would pay an equal percentage somewhere between ten and fifteen percent.

However, Trump’s tax code only benefits the richest Americans, which is the typical liberal’s argument. Yet unlike liberal America, a libertarian points to two entities: the size of government, which can be broken into sub-entities, and the Federal Reserve Bank.




Okay, so Trump’s new tax code allowed companies to give their employees bonuses and a false sense they had more to spend, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. What happens is when taxes are cut, and the government continues to spend recklessly (in the form of a 1.3 trillion-dollar omnibus spending bill Trump and his GOP controlled Congress claimed they were forced to pass and sign), there are only two ways to fund this overreaching government: borrowing money from other nations or printing more money.

While the public can be distracted with a false hope their monetary bonuses made them richer, I can be the unfortunate truth-teller and claim their purchasing power was better off before the tax breaks. Before I go any further, I hope many of you reading this now know why you must have an understanding of libertarianism if you wish to escape the restraints of your employer and government as you pursue passion; Trump’s new tax code epitomizes why the GOP plan will always fail.



Trump’s Blunders

Not only did the Trump administration “forget” to cut government, they’ve since passed a disastrous, big-government bill (government spending), launched missiles into Syria (government spending), and backed out of the Iranian deal (brewing trade war and tension with European allies).

Guys, Donald Trump and his administration have done absolutely nothing for the American people except benefit a few, and if you’re following me daily, I’m talking about Genie Oil, a link which can be found here for their board of advisors, and the military-industrial complex.



Donald Trump’s Cabinet

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War brings profit to a hallowed few, the arms manufacturers in the military-industrial complex and big oil companies. Donald Trump has already gone on record not only to “take back the oil” but also to detain and assassinate anyone suspected of being an enemy to American interests, even if such interests are illegal.

This administration is a continuation of the Obama administration, which gave authorities the green light to detain and kill any American citizen without due process for simply being suspected of so-called treasonous acts, like when Anwar al-Awlaki stated America had declared war on Islam. al-Awlaki’s sixteen-year-old son was killed by a drone strike ordered by Obama and Donald Trump successfully carried out the order to kill al-Awlaki’s eight-year-old daughter.

In North Korea, Kim Il-sung’s policy remains true to this day under his grandson, Kim Jong-un, in imprisoning three generations of family in North Korea.

As for America, there is zero due process. Zero prison sentence. It’s going to be a drone strike. So, tell me again how Trump’s America, Obama’s America, and Bush’s America differs from some of these brutal dictatorships led by Kim Jong-un, Bashar Assad, and both Saddam Hussein and Ghaddafi before their deaths?

Tell me again how Trump wishes to “liberate” the Syrian people, when he and his Zionist son-in-law, Jared Kushner, just completed yet another six-hundred and seventy million-dollar arms deal with Saudi Arabia back in March, one of the most notorious nations on the planet in terms of human rights.

Tell me again how Trump should win the Nobel Peace Prize when he’s killing American children with and selling weapons to the Saudis so they can kill women and children in Yemen, one of the poorest nations in the world today.



It’s Justified, if it’s an Enemy

Many Trump supporters happen to be conservative Christians, and they relish in Trump’s bloodthirsty policies both at home and abroad. Now, there are many conservative Christians and conservatives in general who condemn Trump’s policies, too, so don’t think I’m stereotyping anyone.

I also want to make clear I used the term ‘Zionist’ earlier and that I’m not, and I repeat, I’m not by any means anti-Semantic, as anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism are two entirely different ideologies, something I’ll touch up on in my next report.

But guys, it’s justified if it’s an enemy? Will you all justify these murderous acts if America went into Iran and did this after Donald Trump’s lies regarding the Iranian government last week?

And people ask why Iran wants a nuclear bomb?

The masses answer it’s because Iran, like Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria, “hate” us for our “freedoms.”

This couldn’t be further from the truth.

This link provides a map of US military bases in the Middle East and take note on how many surround Iran.

Iran is a victim. Another victim, of Zionist lies spearheaded by Israeli Prime Minister Ben Netanyahu. Look, Netanyahu has been lying about Iran’s nuclear capability since 1992, before I even learned to walk and talk.

It’s not justifiable if it’s an enemy, because America, as they’d done since the CIA turned its back on Osama bin-Laden after the Afghans drove out the Soviets in the 1980’s, has been creating enemies in the Middle East for the last thirty years.

The reason?

To take “back” the oil.




I hope by now I’ve made several things clear, especially since I know my blog has been all over the place, from motivational passion pursuit to US foreign policy to my new Truth series, but I want you all to know it goes hand in hand.

As we pursue passion, it’s ideal we don’t get too reliant on our current employer or the government, as their forms of bribery may be tempting at times in the form of salary, job security, and benefits.

However, as this article clearly states, our large employers love the tax breaks and to give us the feel our purchasing power arises when it actually falls. This isn’t due to the free market, but instead is due to expansive government, another subject I’ll be touching up on later. And of course, to fund itself, government loves printing money via the Federal Reserve Bank to fund both its wars and its domestic safety net, creating what Ron Paul dubs the warfare-welfare state.

Sheer negativity at home and in the work force is a direct correlation to US foreign and monetary policy, and the Trump administration has left us in worse condition than the Obama administration, while the Obama administration left us worse off than the Bush administration. I’ve often argued America needs a second political ideology, because at the end of the day, the GOP and Democratic parties have the same exact ideologies.

I’d like to thank my readers for tuning into My Freedom Flame. Come back soon and learn motivational tips that will help lead you from your boring career and into the life you’ve always wanted while finding out who the real good guys and bad guys are.


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