Oh hi there, here is the Movie Destroyer. Yes, I'm back.
Recently I'm feeling that I'm becoming more political because apparently, the election is right behind the corner and I, someone who doesn't meet the voting requirement, is sitting in front of my computer, and trying to pull something out from all the voices from the political domain and just, standing in a middle ground, give you all something about my view on the election.
Note: I'm not a Trump supporter nor a Hillary supporter.
Also, the Movie Destroyer rule #1:
Some people don’t like Donald Trump. Some people REALLY don’t like Donald Trump. Some people have such a great dislike for Donald Trump, that they will assault Trump supporters leaving a rally(http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/violence-breaks-trump-rally-san-jose-prot...). But no matter you’re opinion on Trump, there’s no avoiding the fact that a lot of people don’t like him.
During the New York primary, Trump and Hillary came out on top with Cruz and Bernie straying behind. For Republican candidates many people were not informed of other candidates and the things they hear are worse than those they hear about Trump. Hillary won by a small amount but mostly inside white dominating areas. People of hispanic and black nature voted mostly for Sanders because he will mostly help them. This is a very critical preference in the election.
ObamaCare’s goal is to give more Americans access to affordable, quality health insurance and to reduce the growth in U.S. health care spending. The members of both the Republican party and the Democratic party have their own certain views on the ACA (Obamacare), and discuss if they would go ahead with it in 2016 if they got elected for President, or try to replace it.
This is my Scratch animation. It is about dank memes. It's really about John Cena, Pepe, and Doge hanging out. Donald Trump and GabeN come in and danknap (since doge is so dank, not a kid). John Cena follows Donald Trump and GabeN until they find Doge.
WARNING: THIS CONTAINS PERSONAL POLITICAL VIEWS
I made this meme about Trump. Actually it's a parody of some Trump Hitler pictures which you can find on Google. Since we have the Trump hair cliché, I caught that. Read it as heil Trump--remember the heil Hitler stuff? I assume that hair has a "near" pronounce as that... right?
Donald Trump often gets a rise out of his supporters with big words and big hatred and prejudices against Mexicans and Muslims. With such vocal opinions and grand speeches that lack substance, critics often wonder whether the man has a set idea on how to accomplish what he promises to do.
The Republican party, bustling with fifteen candidates, is undergoing a revolution. Amongst sweet rule abiding political men, a man stands, blurring out terrible, racist words and disregarding the core values of great republicans. Conservatives everywhere spat at his name, claiming they have no affiliation to his disgusting words. This man unfortunately, is almost certainly to be the Republican nominee for president. This man is Donald Trump.
Every parent wants the best for their children, including everything health wise. One topic in today’s media is the controversy of mandatory vaccines for children in the public school system. A recent article written by the Huffington Post states that experts are in agreement about mandatory vaccines. The articles quotes experts saying; “...vaccines should be given the same nonnegotiable status as car seats for young children and the minimum drinking age. In other words, it’s time for a law on the books” (VSB, Huffington Post).
The political issue that matters most to me is the issue of Donald Trump’s campaign for the presidency, and in particular, his idea to deport immigrants and set up a surveillance system for Muslims. This issue matters to me because I think it is morally unfair to the members of our society who have no interest in taking part in terrorist acts, as well as to those who are just searching for a place of refuge in this country.
As sad as it is to say this I think that due to popular demand, Donald Trump will win the 2016 Republican Debate Nominee. Due to his extremely boisterous and otherwise controversial personality, I think that Trump has captured the attention of many people and appealed to the popular vote of the Republican voice on certain topics, carrying out extremely racist and undeveloped ideas.
A societal trend that concerns me is the xenophobia that seems to be rising in our society. I feel that this has always been a problem in our society but has greatly increased with the terrorist attacks. This has created a huge anti-Muslim sentiment in the United States. I do not believe it is fair to condemn the majority of Muslims for the acts of radical individuals. I think this xenophobia can be best seen through Trump's recent claims to not allow any more Muslims in the United States.
Recently, Donald Trump called for a ban for all Muslims who plan on entering the US, as well as anyone who is the future would be considered an immigrant or tourist. Such acts would induce “immediate condemnation” on American Muslims as well. CNN reports President Obama strongly opposes anything of the sort, urging Americans not to “turn against each other out of fear.” Trump claims taking such action is a necessity in order for the US to “figure out what’s going on”, and according to the NY Times, when Trump was asked what prompted such comments, he responded with “death.”
As much as society today loves reading and watching films about Dystopian societies, what we may not realize is that some of the features in these films and novels are actually taking place in our society today. Two common themes of Dystopias are an irrational fear of the outside world/disorder and an abandonment of our natural environment. Both of these have to do with the obsession with having the perfect society where everything is under our control.