Thursday, March 17, 2016

Trump Needs End of World. NOT "as we know it." I think he figures he'll live through it.

(Editor's Note: Basically, Trump makes it clear that he's suicidal and homicidal and wants the world to come to an End. Or, he's hoping YOU do, and that then you will vote for him. Meanwhile, I have been taught that Suicide is Cowardice. I don't know what YOU think about that. I think it's far more courageous of people to hang on, and see what is going to happen instead.

Because Death is real, you see. No such Jesus, no such God.

On my own other hand...I'm tired of living myself. What does it mean? Apparently, young people want to vote for Trump. And commit suicide through Mutually Assured Destruction? I don't know; maybe it's now too late for anything else. I can't really tell. The computer is blinding me. It's not "with its beauty," it's literally blinding me. Indeed. The below is by somebody else, Unknown.)

Has Trump gone too far? The shocking statement you won't see on the news..
A slip of the tongue or his most brilliant political move yet?

What's even stranger is that none of the other Presidential hopefuls have dared to 
attack him this time.

And once you see this shocking video you will understand exactly why.The fact that 
he chose to make this public now is no coincidence...

Political experts argue that Trump is preparing to "cash in" on one of the 
biggest events of 2016. And if he's right, America will never be the same again.
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