A few years ago, it became politically incorrect to compare a person’s actions to those of Hitler. I am not certain whether this occurred before or after Trump’s election.
The time has come to call things what they are. To refer to and compare them to past happenings. Especially as they may relate to Hitler.
Yesterday, migrant parents and children in Mexico waiting admission to the U.S. began having numbers imprinted on their arms. By agreement of the U.S. and Mexico.
As Hitler did with the Jews in the concentration camps.
What next? How far will history repeat itself? In what fashion?
Then there is Stephen Miller. A White House adviser to the President. Actually, Trump’s chief writer. Better described as a propagandist.
Miller reminds me of Hitler’s Reich Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels. Even looks like him. Thin faced with hair combed straight back.
Miller has been a behind the scenes guy in the Trump administration. Unseen, rarely heard. Exercising however great influence on the President.
A hard line opponent of immigration.
Yesterday was an unusual one for Miller. He exposed himself to the world. Appeared on most of the Sunday talk shows. He was vehement that the wall had to be built! His sense was one of Armageddon if not.
America is waking up. The damage Trump has done in two years becoming obvious. Can the U.S. stand another 2 years?
I worry. I am concerned.
The story of the 7 year old girl who died of sepsis. Her death would never have been. If U.S. asylum laws were followed.
Asylum seekers are permitted to reach a border office on U.S. soil. Application is made for asylum. They are then given a court date and released. Into the U.S.
Trump is playing by a different set of rules. The migrants are not permitted on U.S. soil. They are left on Mexican soil. Asylum requests made on Mexican soil. And there the migrants sit till a judgement can be made.
The time factor could be forever.
Thousands of people pushed into gross unsanitary areas waiting and waiting and waiting.
No wonder this 7 year old was infected by E.coli which lead to sepsis and his death. E.coli is caused by ingestion in some fashion of human or animal defecation.
The end result was this 7 year old ended up with shit in her blood which lead to a swift and painful death. Immediate treatment required to avoid death.
I know. I had the problem. A prostrate test resulted in shit going through my colon wall via punctures made to get at my prostrate. The punctures permitted the shit entry. Antibiotics taken for 2 days prior to the test were insufficient in my case to avert the problem
Symptoms are many. Mine were a freezing cold from my waste to my toes and an inability to urinate. Came on me like that. I was smart enough to call my doctor.
The recovery required 7 days of hospitalization. The first 4 horrible. I actually thought I was going to die.
Think of what this 7 year old must have gone through.
Last night began with the Back Door. Wanted to visit with Laurie Thibaud.
Laurie started a radio show this past week. I am going to do a guest appearance thursday from 4-5. Should be fun.
Station 105.7. Laurie calls the show Drive at 5. Join us.
Sunday is generally Hot Dog Church at Back Door. A lesbian gathering. The ladies bring food.
Men are permitted on an invitation basis only. I am allowed because of my lesbian wives Terri and Donna.
A lucky man am I!
Hot Dog Church will be reopening this coming sunday at 4 at the Back Door.
Laurie Thibaud is in charge of the event.
This morning’s edition of KONK Life E-Blast ran a picture of the Gato Cigar Factory following a devastating fire on December 17, 1915. Burned to the ground! Five adjoining houses also.
The building loss $150,000. Construction cheaper back then. Five hundred men thrown out of work.
Another significant step back in history. December 17, 1903. Man flew for the first time.
Orville and Wilbur Wright. The plane a self-propelled heavier than air aircraft. Flew 12 seconds. Covered 120 feet.
Man has come a long way since that day. Think about it. Man already has flown to and walked on the moon. Soon, Mars.
I recall thinking after World War II the same thing. I was amazed at that time how far man had come with flying in less than 50 years.
Man’s genius will always amaze.
Dueling Bartenders at Aqua tonight.
Enjoy your day!