This Is How Donald Trump Removes America’s $20 Trillion Debt To #MakeAmericaGreatAgain

The richest people in the world are coming here to buy our debt and #MakeAmericaGreatAgain, and there’s nothing we can do about it.

Donald Trump’s desire to #MakeAmericaGreat Again isn’t just possible, it’s actually quite probable. Moreover, he’s taking all of the right steps to make it happen sooner, rather than later. Most significantly, it’s when you understand that he can sell America’s debt to the richest people in the world in exchange for their investment in lower-to-middle class American job stimulation, this is when you understand just how bizarrely in line with its creed America is about to become.

“Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”

The above quote is from Emma Lazarus’ 1883-penned poem “The New Colossus,” and is positioned on the inner wall of the Statue of Liberty. At the turn of the 20th century, America was in the infancy of its initial first-world superpower phase, and was willfully welcoming all manner of lower-to-middle class European immigrants to America, largely to work jobs created by America’s industrial revolution. At it’s height, America welcomed some 1.3 million European immigrants into the country in 1907 alone.

In order to re-ignite America’s industrial interests to re-stimulate our economy, do expect that Donald Trump will merely invert “The New Colossus” on its head and welcome the following people to the United States:

“Give me your energized, your rich,
Your uniquely independently wealthy yearning to unite,
The cheerful champions from your teeming shore.
Send these, the many home-owners, calm and opulent, to me,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”

Business Insider’s 2016 list of the “50 richest people on Earth” notes that “[t]he wealthiest 50 people in the world control a staggering portion of the world economy: $1.46 trillion.” That’s an important fact to note because at minimum, that means that it would take roughly 2,000 energized, cheerful, opulent and uniquely independently people to purchase $20 trillion dollars of debt, and in theory “make America great again.”

Just on the Business Insider list alone, there’s people representing 13 different nations, all making anywhere from $14-$75 billion per year. Between Congress being so heavily controlled by conservative Republicans and Trump stacking his cabinet with wealthy conservatives who likely view minorities and poor people as second-class citizens almost ensures that any wealthy global or domestic businessman who wanted to invest in America by buying into our debt and creating jobs could do so without fear of reprisal from the federal government.

Eight years of Barack Obama’s intelligent, technocratic and globalized democracy shifted America from a bloated industrial superpower into what was basically a small and agile startup business. Like all startups, the chance for profit was significant, but the ability to succeed required a level of intellectual ability that frankly, many Americans did not (and quite arguably still do not) possess. Thus, what Trump could likely intend to do by reaching out to the wealthiest few is to reinstate an American business model that most people — though likely begrudgingly or don’t actually — understand.

Donald Trump was not elected on a mandate to embrace the entirety of the world under the blanket of his charismatic populist appeal. As well, Donald Trump was not elected to make #BlackLivesMatter. Moreover, he wasn’t elected to provide legislative sustainability for lower-to-middle class brown, yellow and red people. No, Donald Trump’s mandate was to, almost surgically, give America a facelift and bring back blue collar whiteness as the metaphorical face of the country. In looking to white people, black people, brown people, yellow people, hell ANY people from ANYwhere wanting to give America billions of dollars, in exchange for purchasing a chunk of our debt and stimulating our economy, Trump could improbably succeed at making America #great again.

The era of governments working together for the “common good” of the people of the world is dead. Brexit, the election of Donald Trump, the possible election of French National Front leader Marine Le Pen, the possible 2017 election loss of Angela Merkel, and Vladimir Putin’s rise in relevance regarding global affairs proves this fact. Thus, in this age, it behooves governments to shift their global policy desires to actively courting private interests. We’ve successfully disconnected the will of politics from the will of the people, thus turning us, the citizens of the world, into working-class pawns available for sale to corporate interests. How this could impact America’s future is amazing to consider.

Donald Trump’s desire to #MakeAmericaGreatAgain comes from his realization that in becoming “small and agile” in the face of crippling debt, America also sacrificed its traditional first-world status. However, Donald Trump does realize that in America having scads of one-time industrial lands that are laying fallow and 37.2% of the country not actively involved in the labor force, there’s a potential to create more jobs at a cheaper rate than anywhere else in the world save say, Shenzen, China.

Shenzen’s intriguing because it’s a Chinese “Special Economic Zone” city that’s become a global hub for electronics creation for the digital innovation industry, and makes $300 billion in export income, and has a gross domestic product of $217 million USD (roughly the same as the entire nation of Finland). Imagining America as global workforce base where say, midwest “flyover states” export $2 billion in goods and the country overall can overtake a weakened European Union and China to be the world leader in gross domestic product certainly allows for the re-establishment of American excellence.

Realize that Donald Trump is so anti-China because we’re probably about to steal their greatest and most successful plan for economic revitalization and make it our own. Amazing, right?

The world’s richest people are coming to America. These people may also be classist, sexist, racist and generally represent MANY baskets of the world’s most deplorable people, too. Sadly, America’s at a place where these people, and likely ONLY these people, can #MakeAmericaGreatAgain.

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