Trump Anti Islam agenda matches with every fascist agenda in every Nation!
The Nations seem to extinct as war and terror boost each other!
Now it has to be defined whether the US war against terror means war against Islam or war against black untouchables worldwide!
However,irrespective of the answer,Terror strikes not to end as most potential candidate to become the next US President Donald Trump made clear this weekend that he has not rolled back his proposal to ban Muslims from entering the United States, despite top allies insisting that he had.
No one expected that the US Presidential campaign would end in an infinite hate theme triggering all apps of violence in unprecedented civil war scenario.
Because no one expected the Billionaire to upset every apple cart with the venom he produces right from his racist heart and mind full of deepest hatred,Apartheid to prove that America Can NOT contrary to the famous declaration of the firs Black President of United States of America with a Muslim middle name,Barrack Hussein Obama.
Barack Obama said 'America is not as divided as some have suggested' in the wake of Dallas police shootings.But Donald Trump not only divides America but he is invoking all the forces of apartheid and his charity begins at home as America stands divided as never before.
It has to be answered whether Trump targets the Muslim origin of the outgoing Democratic President Obama to ensure republican victory in accordance to Republican Campaign strategy!
It might be.
But his anti Islam agenda suits most every other agenda of blatant and brute racist Apartheid in state nations which seem to extinct if this war and terror continue boosting each other.Trump`s America first kills the myth of dreams coming true.
Mind you,as the phrase Daily Independent used for Obama,As the first black US President, Mr Obama is unique among occupants of the Oval Office in his capacity and willingness to address racial tensions. Yet he has also presided over a period in which those tensions appear to be as fraught as at any time since the Civil Rights era.
Rejecting the idea of a return to the 1960s, however, Mr Obama said he would reconvene an existing, White House-led task force of activists, civil rights leaders and law enforcement officials to tackle the troubled relationship between police and the black community.
On the other hand, Washington Post reports:
In accepting the Republican nomination on Thursday night, Trump said the country "must immediately suspend immigration from any nation that has been compromised by terrorism until such time it's proven that vetting mechanisms have been put in place." Trump made no mention of Muslims in the speech, leading many to conclude that Trump had formally changed his position — just as a number of his top allies, including his running mate, said he had.
During an interview this weekend with NBC's "Meet the Press," host Chuck Todd asked Trump whether his comment should be interpreted as a "slight rollback."
"I don't think so. I actually don't think it's a rollback. In fact, you could say it's an expansion," Trump said. "I'm looking now at territory. People were so upset when I used the word 'Muslim': 'Oh, you can't use the word "Muslim."' Remember this. And I'm okay with that, because I'm talking territory instead of Muslim."
Trump first proposed banning nearly all Muslims overseas from the country in early December, soon after a terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Calif. Trump's original statement — which calls for "a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States" — is still on his campaign website. This position continues to be one of Trump's most controversial and a key reason that some fellow Republicans do not want to help him with his campaign.
Mind you,Barack Obama's religious background is more diverse than that of most prominent politicians, but it may prove to be representative of future generations of Americans who grow up in an increasingly diverse America. His mother was raised by non-practicing Christians; his father was raised a Muslim but was an atheist by the time he had married Obama's mother.
It is well known that Obama's step-father was also Muslim, but of an eclectic kind who could make room for animist and Hindu beliefs. Neither Obama nor his mother were ever atheists or identified with atheism in any way, but she raised him in a relatively secular household where he learned about religion and different beliefs people had about God.
Allegations that Barack Obama secretly practices Islam, or that he is the antichrist of Christian eschatology, have been suggested since he campaigned for the U.S. Senate in 2004 and have proliferated since his election as President of the U.S. in 2008. As with conspiracy theories surrounding his citizenship status, these false claims are promoted by various fringe theorists and political opponentswith American bloggers and conservative talk radio hosts particularly promoting the theories.
Despite the fact that these assertions are false, belief of these claims in the public sphere has endured and, in some cases, even expanded during Obama's Presidency according to the Pew Research Center, with 17% of Americans (including one third of conservative Republicans) believing him to be a Muslim in a 2012 poll.
In his book The Audacity of Hope, Barack Obama writes:
I was not raised in a religious household. For my mother, organized religion too often dressed up closed-mindedness in the garb of piety, cruelty and oppression in the cloak of righteousness. However, in her mind, a working knowledge of the world's great religions was a necessary part of any well-rounded education. In our household the Bible, the Koran, and the Bhagavad Gita sat on the shelf alongside books of Greek and Norse and African mythology.
On Easter or Christmas Day my mother might drag me to church, just as she dragged me to the Buddhist temple, the Chinese New Year celebration, the Shinto shrine, and ancient Hawaiian burial sites.In sum, my mother viewed religion through the eyes of the anthropologist; it was a phenomenon to be treated with a suitable respect, but with a suitable detachment as well.