OK, mine is not a great title, but I think that the article linked below is superb, as well as somewhat troubling. Trump's demagoguery and its symbiosis with a particular demographic fits into a rather dark pattern. The initial disclaimer is not much comfort, in the light of what follows.
"Donald Trump and the 'F-Word'" | The Washington Spectator
Donald Trump is not a fascist––probably.
His ex-wife Ivana once claimed he kept a volume of Hitler’s collected speeches in a cabinet by his bed, and read from time to time the fuhrer’s vision of human life as a pitiless war of all against all. “If I had these speeches, and I am not saying that I do, I would never read them,” he told Vanity Fair in 1990. But consider something the architect of Trump Tower, Der Scutt, once said on how to evaluate the truth value of Donald Trump claims: “divide by two, then divide by four, and you’re closer to the answer.”
Trump worships armed force, pronouncing at a rally in August in Derry, New Hampshire: “I believe in the military and military strength more strongly than anybody running by a factor of a billion.” (Applying Scutt’s formula, that means Trump believes in military strength 125,000,000 times more than Lindsey Graham, who opened his presidential campaign with a promise to go to war with Iran.)
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If Mr. Donald Trump has been insulted for what he has said, so far, then I don’t think there anything else I can add to the list--I’m sure everything has already been said, even the F word.
I think this is the reason he hates us:It's official: Latinos now outnumber whites in California
...And because:California's Economy Poised to Overtake Brazil. If California were a country, it would be one of the largest economic powers of the world.
The article you posted says:
The leader of a white-supremacist think tank toldThe New Yorker: “I don’t think Trump is a white nationalist,” although he did reflect “an unconscious vision that white people have––that their grandchildren might be a hated minority in their own country . . . he is the one person who can tap into it.”
These people can sit around and talk about how much this concerns them, that's fine, but while they talk about it, we, the ‘Mexicans’ will continue to get up early in the morning and go to work--every fucking day so that the government can provide some of these people who hate us--food stamps and welfare checks. Yet, they claim that we, 'the undocumented' are the ones on welfare and food stamps when they know that 'the undocumented' don't qualify for these programs.
On a personal note, Mr. Donald Trump has made me cry--twice. His words and the words of the Beverly Hillbillies
who follow him hurt. But what hurts the most is that all some of us can do, because we are undocumented and can’t vote, is beat up a piñata that looks like him to get rid of our frustration.