This changes everything, its a wake up call. We need to look beyond left, right, fascism, liberalism, capitalism, socialism.
First thing this morning when I woke up in Bern, I checked on the election results. I was glad that I had gotten some sleep. The day has not been easy. Today I feel sorry for all of my Americans.
I feel sorry for those who voted Trump, he will not make America great again. He will not even make America better. You are still in the losers lot, you will become further disenfranchised and the class struggle will continue. It just isn’t the class struggle that Marx talked about.
Our quote today is from Karl Marx pic.twitter.com/elgdXLc0Vw
“The oppressed are allowed once every few years to decide which particular representatives of the oppressing class are to represent and repress them”
— Project Syndicate (@ProSyn)
I feel sorry for those who voted Clinton, she may represent all the ugly things that the establishment represents, but she is miles ahead of the pack, and she could have been a good president, given a chance. Frankly, I don’t give a hoot that she is a woman, but I could trust her to make it work for all of us. I feel sorry for all of those of you libertarian and higher ground intellectuals who wasted your vote on a candidate with no chance; you can’t distinguish your idealism from real politics and you don’t have a clue on how to be pragmatic. It’s not a good day to have US citizenship. It is a day to reflect.
That is, I say yes to the rainy days, I say yes to the rainbow, and I still don’t like umbrellas. Don’t let the crises go to waste. Start rebuilding humanity.