Elder Patriot – During a bilateral meeting at the world economic forum in Davos with President Trump, Rwandan President Paul Kagame praised his U.S. counterpart:
“I wanted to thank you for the support we have received from you, personal, and your administration. And we’re looking forward to also working with the United States at the level of the African Union, where we are tightening out reforms of the African Union, so that we get our act together to do the right things. I thank you very much.”
WAT??? Kagame is just the latest African leader who is using the election of President Trump to work with the United States to free his country from the oppression and rape of natural resources that had been the policy of previous administrations.
Two days earlier Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni also praised Trump:
“America has got one of the best presidents ever. I love Trump. He speaks to Africans frankly.”
Trump’s propensity to candidly assess the realities of problems he’s trying to solve has been used by his political opponents, and the mainstream media, to label him as racist and a xenophobe.
Museveni added, “Africans need to solve their own problems.” This is exactly what Trump wants. His desire to empower the people of each country to chart their own destiny stands in opposition to the globalists desire to maintain their control over (and the profits from) the valuable natural resources that could otherwise be used to bring prosperity to their people.
Trump is accomplishing that, albeit with baby steps, in the United States as well. Black unemployment has hit all-time lows but that is just the beginning of his plan to empower the black community and put an end to the Dems’ urban plantations.
Trump will not rest until America’s blacks enjoy an equal share of our country’s prosperity. That is the reason he wants to control immigration. By limiting the numbers of low-skilled workers competing for the limited jobs at the bottom of the food chain the wages necessary to find people willing to do those jobs should be forced upward.
Trump has taken a lot of heat for having the cojones to do what is right. In the process he has shattered the bonds of political correctness.
President Museveni finished his comments by telling his audience:
“In the world, you cannot survive if you are weak.”
Trump hasn’t only survived he has thrived. And now he is trying to teach everyone else to thrive. It’s really quite sad how many Americans – once “the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave” – have been conditioned to be too afraid to accept this truth.