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and yeah you a sorority girl just in case you accidently wander into a voting booth one day there's some things you should know. one of them is, there is absolutely no evidence to support the


bactroban, statement that were the greatest country in the world. we're seventh in literacy, 27th in math, 22nd in science, 40th in life expectancy. 178 an infant mortality, third


median household income, number for labor force, and number four in exports. we lead the world in only three categories: number of incarcerated citizens per capita, number of adults who believe angels are real, and defense spending where we spend more than the next 26 countries combined 25 home her allies no no this is the fault of a 20 year old college student you


nonetheless are without a member of the worst period generation period ever periods when you ask what makes us the greatest country in the world i don't know what though you're talking about many people really do feel like america is not great anymore and there's a lot of evidence to support that claim it's true that in many ways the u.s. is


in a state of disrepair we own 19 trillion dollars our infrastructure truly is outdated and embarrassingly in apt compared to other first world countries our manufacturing industry is barely limping along our education system is failing our kids and putting many of them in debt our healthcare system is laughable to anyone who


doesn't live here and our images quickly tarnishing but what are we to do about it globalism is killing us because the us was not set up to thrive in a global economy the establishment has done what it can to try to push us forward but we're falling behind fast in spite of their greatest efforts we need a


revolution enter barack obama hillary clinton and bernie sanders stage left with promises of hope and change they had us for a while many still want to believe in them even though they too are part of the establishment that's just it these people are politicians politicking they may throw in some new words into the rhetoric but for many americans


something feels deeply unsettling about trusting politicians to get us out of this mess not because they got us into it but because they are it our politicians exist within an outdated framework that itself isn't working anymore they are part of the matrix how could they possibly help us get out


of it we need someone who is as unplugged as they come inter donald trump stage far-right some group of people thousands from his voice opinions loudly on pretty much everything for the last 40 years including politics he's often seen schmoozing with politicians and he has spoken directly to many political groups


over the years and taking out ads and backed political candidates with his money and influence and hillary clinton is a great woman a good woman he is not an outsider at all if anything he's as inside as they come that would be me his money has directly affected real laws and regulations for his own benefit at whatever expense


that's exactly the kind of insider we should hate the most he was not the best person to represent a disaffected lower-middle-class electric who is increasingly resentful of people like him and the politicians he hangs with so what did he do he did what donald trump does best


he branded himself hold on if you believe the persona of donald j trump accurately represents the actual donald trump you are falling for his biggest branding move yet it's time to wake up years ago donald trump went deep into his mental laboratory and using his understanding of the psychology of demand created


donald j trump the brash far-right no-holds-barred tell-it-like-it-is billionaire outsider he chose a party a message and image and even a slogan that all play to the frustrations of a resentful electorate and contrasted in as many ways as possible the ideals of the more and more resented establishment all that was left to do was use his


skill of staying in the news by saying calculated edgy things only rosie o'donnell and work to persuade the world he was for real and we bought it sure the first few months were full of doubts about his authenticity but none of us could ever imagine donald trump having the audacity of saying everything he said unless he


actually believes it we just can't wrap our minds around this level of commitment to a character but that's just it donald j trump is exactly that a character in the same vein as say stephen colbert remember with stephen colbert had himself as old character on to his new


show but he got in trouble because he doesn't own the rights to that character so we had to change the character's name that's a common issue with branding we hear about it sometimes usually in the film television or music industry's because a person is not the same thing as the brand that's a concept that's hard for the average person to


understand because to the average joe a name seems like it should mean something except to port joe actually even joe is a brand remember joe the plumber from a couple elections ago you can bet someone tried to trademark that donald j trump is a brand his brand is meant to appeal to the subconscious of a growing segment of the population


that most politicians have been ignoring donald trump is a brand master and he saw the opportunity to come in on a white horse and start beating down the establishment now you understand why he's been acting like a ridiculous cartoon character this whole time but you probably only have understand why people support him even


if you already like trump i bet somewhere in your mind right now there's the assumption that many of his supporters are racist vidiians let me explain the supporters in a way most people have failed to do i recently watched a film called do the right thing and there's a scene in the film wear this black guy walks into a pizzeria


with his radio playing and the italian pizza shop owner tells him to turn it off and the black guy refuses so the italian guy smashes it with a baseball bat and a big fight breaks out and the black guy eventually ends up getting suffocated by a cop and watching this this slow revelation that have been brewing up for ages finally suddenly hit


me see to this african-american his radio was part of his identity music was a huge part of who he was and to the italian guy having control of its pizzeria was part of his identity and having rap music blaring through the place was intruding on it but the real intrusion was a fact that this italian guy had built his pizzeria in


african-american neighborhood yet he wasn't willing to assimilate and take on the values of the people in that culture racism is complicated but it has a lot to do with proximity and assimilation and cultural values people moving around without thinking about the importance of the culture into which they are moving and without a


simulating well that causes resentment culture matters to people and when they feel that there's threatened you're going to see something that looks a lot like racism that's exactly what's happening in today's politics we've been told for the last 50 years that if we embrace each other and ignore our differences then everyone will be


happy and no one will ever have a bad day so we tried we put policies in place to make sure that the people the top don't always win and the people at the bottom don't always lose we've endured a constant endless cycle from the media pushing equality and progressive ideology we've had politicians do everything they can to


eliminate our borders and move us into a globalist one world order for ourselves and for future generations a new world order we've had marches and demonstrations and candlelight vigils and social media campaigns we elected a black president twice and we're pretty damn close to elect a woman for the first time in our


country's entire history if that's all you knew you would think social justice issues in america must be just about solved you would think everyone in the u.s. is happy empowered and feeling great about the future you would think that sexism racism and xenophobia would be almost completely eradicated all quiet on the


western front that's what you would think if you didn't know better but you do know better you know that in the u.s. today a black man is far more likely to be incarcerated than a white man six times more likely you know that women are less happy than they've been in over 40 years and you know that the fear of a


terrorist threat is as real as it was in 2001 right after 911 and on top of all of that our jobs are disappearing to places like china mexico and really anywhere but here this is why we are sick and tired of the establishment take a drive through the streets of detroit michigan we used to be something we used to feel


cool strong and powerful a country full of hope being american meant being full of strength and potential and vision and power the pursuit of happiness was something we all believed was good even noble and more importantly possible but now we're lost hopeless frustrated broke confused angry bitter sad disappointed tired mad and ready for change


we were never perfect but we did at one point have one thing that made us great we had tenacity and now we don't what happens there's no black america there's no white america various just now what when they can't lock her up there letting out the frustrations of a


populist mad as hell about political corruption going back decades when they chant build that wall there letting out the frustrations of a country raped by globalist policies that favor the top 1% and leave the rest of us jobless and poor when they chant drain that swamp they're letting out the frustrations of an electric have been ignored for


decades by political elites that could not care less about you and me and when they chant trump trump they're hoping he scares the crap out of those elites and if you're paying attention to the news at all he's doing exactly that you might be scared donald trump but you know what the people who have been in power for your


entire lifetime and are the hidden reason everyday people like us to almost everything we do whether it's working at one multinational conglomerate another or buying an iphone or choosing which grocery store to go to or which television show to watch the people getting more and more power every day while we live out our pathetic lives


under their control those people are shaking in their boots about the thought of donald trump and that's exactly why i liking i hope you consider what i'm saying very carefully you might disagree with most trump supporters but you can't believe that america is great the way it is personally i support from for the same


reason as peter tail i want the whole system to collapse so we can rebuild something better but whatever your reason whether you're a nihilist like me or you're hoping trump actually deliver on jobs and get us all back on the same page as americans at least now you can see why that's what this video is about so what do you think


in this video to someone you like to argue with and let me know in the comments if you see what i see thanks for watching sure used to be we stood up for what was right we fought for moral reasons we passed laws struck down laws for moral reasons we waged war on poverty not poor people was sacrificed we cared about our


neighbors we put our money where our mouths were and we never beat our chest we built great big things made ungodly technological advances explore the universe cure disease and we cultivated the world's greatest artists and the world's greatest economy we reached for the stars acted like men we aspired to


intelligence we didn't belittle it didn't make us feel inferior year we didn't identify ourselves by we voted for in the last election and we didn't scare so easy we were able to be all these things and do all these things because we were informed by great men men who were


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revered first step in solving any


problem is recognizing there is one america is not the greatest country in the world anymore


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