Trump’s first ten glorious days!

The last ten days have been extraordinarily wonderful and exhilarating for us Sovereigns because, for the first time in our lives, the leader of the Western World is a brilliant strategist who speaks the truth, doesn’t take any prisoners, fires those who won’t support him and works 20 hours a day doing what he said that he was going to do for us, the people, on the campaign trail to restore Sovereignty.

Even Chuck Schumer’s fake tears over the Middle Eastern visa bans didn’t move him. In other words, he’s a real man! Phew!


On top of that, we’re not shut out of all the fun. President Trump is handing the power back to people by letting us enjoy what must be the Greatest Show on Earth. We follow his intrepid deeds on the internet, where he talks to us over the heads of the fakestream press, and then we hug ourselves in delight as each of his pronouncements causes audible gasps of disgust and hatred and the most delicious wailing and gnashing of teeth from the regressive globalists.

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  1. caigwyn

    Lets see how we get on importing GM foodstuffs from the US in our ‘new deal’ to replace the stuff we used to get from the EU, when abortion is banned, and there’s a crowd of right wing reactionaries running the supreme court.

    Ah, it’s just like the olden days

    we might have to colour the red bit of the USSR a bit more blue…


    • Annie Dieu-Le-Veut

      Colin, you really should stop reading that globalists’ rag, The Economist. They are just trying to frighten you, just like the Remainers tried to scare the populace during the EU referendum by lying. The truth is that we would definitely had to have GM foods in the UK if we’d stayed in the EU because of TTIP. What’s TTIP you say? See, you’d never know what was in that now thankfully defunct trade deal from reading the Economist!


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