Donald Trump is putting off vibes that we haven't seen since the days of Adolf Hitler. He has tapped into a level of hate that has been dormant for so long and now that the President is promoting such hate towards certain groups this gives the hate mongers validation to carry out their psychotic plans because people like Trump say it's okay to discriminate and fear certain groups.
Trump's rhetoric is dangerous and evil. It has sparked some very dangerous people to do the unthinkable. These people are becoming the terrorist that America needs to fight. Otherwise we will see innocent people being killed just because they pray differently than we do. America will become another terrorist state if Trump is not stopped.
Some of President Trump's rhetoric is dangerous. A few extreme followers have done some horrible things because they were inspired by Trump. These awful acts are certainly not Trump's direct fault; however, Trump's tough talk is sometimes used by unstable people to cite violent acts against innocent people. In short, President Trump should tone down some of his rhetoric.
Trump's anti-Muslim rhetoric is bringing out prejudice and hate in his followers. After Trump was elected, there have been several incidents in which Muslim women in America had their hijabs forcibly removed and browbeaten with words such as, "You're not welcome here now that Trump is President". That's inexcusable! And the worst part is Trump is doing nothing to quell these types of attacks. He needs to step in, adress his supporters/voters and say, "You need to stop this, this is not what America is about".
People often seem to be ignorant of the fact that all words, whether coming from the president or a homeless man, have tremendous power. The depth of power rhetoric has depends on the level of belief behind it and the mind and heart of the receiver. The suggestion is that Trump is turning people into violent attackers and praising the assault. The truth is that people make their own decisions and use people's words as an excuse for them to do what they want to do.
Since the rise of Donald Trump in America, hate crimes have noticeably increased. From the murder of Indian men in Kansas to the vandalism of black churches in the South, and many more hate crimes in which the perpetrator has said that they were emboldened by Trump's Alt-Right movement, it has become evident that his rhetoric is dangerous.
With the election of Trump, I believe that his rhetoric will cause more and more attacks, discrimination, etc against minorities and people of color. Trump's rhetoric is going to make people more comfortable to commit hate crimes. When Obama was in office, I know that hate crimes obviously didn't disappear, but with a black president, I think that it kind of forced people to be more politically correct, in fear of being dubbed racist, or anything else. Now that Trump's discussion of hate crimes on minorities, or lack thereof, would specifically promote his supporters to do hasty things.
The movement that Trump is pushing for has already led to an increase of hate crimes in the U.S. People are thinking that since Trump has become the president, that more people will rally behind their opinion. Eventually, that type of thinking leads to this, a terrorist attack against innocent people. This is nothing better that what ISIS is doing in Syria.
"To overcome evil with good is good, to resist evil by evil is evil."
"Four things support the world: the learning of the wise, the justice of the great, the prayers of the good, and the valor of the brave"
"Kindness is a mark of faith, and whoever is not kind has no faith."
The 2015 Republican platform was an unending barrage about the horrors of abortion; something they were arguably going to use as their main platform prior to Trump. The constant abortion rhetoric eventually caused Robert Dear to commit murders at a Colorado Planned Parenthood facility. When questioned, he recited Republican buzzwords such as "baby parts" which solidified the connection between the rhetoric and the murders. Trump's rhetoric is not only tied to the mosque attacker but the massive increase in general bigotry, right-wing hate group activity, support of xenophobic, unethical and irrational policies. Trump's rhetoric is polarizing and inflammatory and not only motivates psychopathic killers but otherwise normal citizens. MOST American attacks before and after 911 have been carried out by homegrown Americans and Trump's rhetoric inflames radical Americans and demonizes and identifies a wrong group of people as villains. The rhetoric has worldwide repercussions and rides the thin line of suggesting a religious war is in play or is intended.
I don't get how people seem to forget that most terror attacks on US soil have been carried out by radical muslims. Do people not remember the Boston Marathon Bombing? The San Bernardino shooting? What about the Pulse nightclub shooting? And if I remember correctly the the 9/11 world trade center attacks were carried out by radical muslims too. We need to ban travel from countries were radical Islam is common, I don't care who it offends.
Why is it that nobody holds these mass shooters accountable for their own actions? "Columbine was caused by Marilyn Manson" (neither Eric or Dylan were fans of him), "Call of Duty trained Adam Lanza", "Virginia Tech was caused by Collective Soul", "Jared Loughner was on medication", and now "Trump caused Alexandre Bissonnette to shoot up a mosque". Maybe mental illness is the reason they did it, or built up frustration and anger. People blame the person's known interests for some reason and not them. Did Trump buy him the gun? Did Trump pull the trigger for him? Did Trump plan it out for him? No, Trump didn't do these things, Alexandre Bissonnette did. Trump may say Islamaphobic things, but don't blame him for something he has no control over.
Let's blame Canada for what happens in Canada . Go to YouTube and type in Muslims in Europe to understand what dangerous rhetoric really is . How many more dead Americans do we have to scrape up off the streets before people finally think it's not bigoted hate speech to wanna stay alive .
The mosque was in Quebec city in Canada nuff said
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I'm not a Trump support, but speaking out against the fake news and the bs from people not thinking for themselves.
There were a number of people and organizations he liked on his Facebook page, not just Donald Trump. Tom Hanks was on there. So was parti quebecois, which is about Quebec nationalism.
It's not hard to see how the 'fake news' is adding to the problem. In there intense hatred of Trump, the fake news will twist and invent stories to make Trump look bad. Like the pool reporter who said Trump removed the Martin Luther King bust from the white house, when bust was simply moved to another spot.
If that story wasn't corrected promptly, it would've caused racial tension for sure. Now they're trying to make it seem like Trump is inspiring his supporters to commit terrorist acts, or something like that. That's dangerous rhetoric, especially since this will likely be an isolated incident.
That is what is so dangerous about Trump. He is unpredictable. He is just narcissistic and cares about himself. It is however not fair to attribute blame to Trump because it gives him too much credit. He is not some evil genius with a master plan because he is far too incompetent to be such a thing. This does not mean Trump hasn't said terrible things but with someone as unpredictable as Trump we can only judge his policies.
So are the words and agendas of other political campaigners. Trump isn't the danger in this countries, its the media and the message they're pushing out to the youth and gullible. It's the media that has rekindle the fire of racism that was almost smoldering to ashes in this country.
So the word of the media, whether that be the extreme or casual liberal or conservative, is still a danger to our world.
What people seem to forget is the fact that the majority of the terrorist attacks in America in the past +17 years have been carried out by Muslims. Or at least (as they should be called) Radicalized Islamic Terrorists; because the ordinary Islamic would not do such a thing. However it is too easy for someone in ISIS to pose as a refuge or just fly over and then commit an act of terrorism. It is not an act of hate. It is just something to prevent us from having another 9/11 or shooting in a public place; or Boston bombing.