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2016 Election Culture

The Trump Revolution: Chapter V

Mohamed Hamada
Written by Mohamed Hamada

Mohamed Hamada’s book The Trump Revolution is available for FREE here until the election. 
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What if you don’t like Trump’s character?

If you are drowning, and someone is rescuing you, would you comment about his attitude, how he looks or how he talks? If you don’t like his attitude and how he looks, what should I tell you? Don’t marry him.

What I want to say is that, so far, most of the attacks on Trump are personal and beside the point. The man is risking his life. I mean what I am saying, he is risking his life. The mere idea that every member of the corrupt system, from the far left to the far right, is against him, would tell you that he is on the correct path.

How about his followers?

All over history, a revolution has to start somewhere by some group of people, then it spreads and covers the whole nation. We have to know that this revolution is not about race. It happened that a specific group started it, but this does not mean that it is not for everyone.

Frankly, the black before the white should follow Trump. The factory that closes lays off the black and the white workers. The factory that opens employs the black and the white workers. When they compared his healthcare plan with ObamaCare in a republican debate, he didn’t care about how much fire he is taking from everyone, he said and he insisted on saying: “Call it what you call it, no one will die on the side of the road during my presidency.” He said: “No one.” He did not mention white, black, employed, unemployed, etc.

Why are the white middle class conservatives the ones who started supporting Trump despite the fact that everyone should?

Because the blacks and the liberals were deceived and tranquilized by the elites’ trick of placing a black president in the White House, they forgot about the real problems that are facing America. So, WAKE UP, there is space for everyone to stand behind Trump.

Here I want to stop for a moment at the race issue. Why are we talking about the conservative whites as if they are monsters!

Like it or not, they are the ones who built America. The America that everyone in the World wants to live in. And when I say built it, they really built it with their thoughts, sweat and blood.

Racism is not a white American innovation. Plus most of them went over it years ago. Racism is part of the history of every nation. Every race and every group that has a special identity, including the blacks, were prejudiced in one way or another. I don’t want to step on everybody’s toes. This would take forever and there is no point in opening wounds now. The ship is sinking. So please let’s put the race issue away, the elite are watching and laughing.

A message to the Immigrants

By Immigrants I mean post-Vietnam war immigrants. You moved to this country because it is a great nation that treated you better than your home countries. The Americans who were already here are the ones who built everything you like about America.

They are the ones who set the values and the rights that attracted you. They built the nation that you dreamed about living in. Why else would you have moved here? So remember that those who built the country fought and died to write its history.

Citizenship would make you a citizen of the United States. To be American you have to be willing to sacrifice for America. Enjoying living in America is not enough to make you American. So please never claim that you are more or as American as someone who lost a relative in the process of building America.

For those among the immigrants who sacrificed for America we bow in front of you and your families. You proved that you are Americans heart and mind.

Mohamed Hamada’s book The Trump Revolution is available for FREE here until the election. 

The views expressed in this opinion article are solely those of their author and are not necessarily either shared or endorsed by EagleRising.com


About the author

Mohamed Hamada

Mohamed Hamada

Mohamed Hamada is a writer, and an Instructor of Physics at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky.

He was born in Egypt and started writing about politics and other subjects at a very young age. As a conservative American, he was moved by the current situation in the American political life. His first piece 'The Trump Revolution' is a short book to be read by anyone, and will touch the hearts of a wide segment of voters.

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