Posts Tagged ‘POTUS’


Barack and Michelle Obama (former POTUS and First Lady) drawn by Artist Tina Sebàs.

The 45th US President has been inaugurated
A sham or a man, which is still being speculated
A self-made, successful and conceited billionaire
Who, now, sits as Commander and Chief in the US’ highest chair

But we must accept his presidency in abidance of the rules
Despite our beliefs that him and his Comrades are fools
When life hands us lemons, we should make lemonade
And now that it’s handed us Trump, we should all be brave

Find courage within ourselves, which we never had to sought
And more fearlessness than ever before, shown, in battles that we fought
Because America and the world’s future have never been more uncertain
Before this show get started, we all want to look behind the curtain

To know if it’s going to be free-styled or legislated scripts will be followed
“Will our livelihood be fine or become chewed up and swallowed?”
Because assurances to humanity remain absent when he speaks
And that is why we hope he steps down or gets himself impeached

Otherwise, his Advisors should simply not let him talk
But use scripts and have someone speak on his behalf
After all, we could all have misinterpreted Donald Trump
Who may turn out to be the real-life Forrest Gump

A man who lacks the ability of uttering wise words
But possess a height of good morals, never seen nor heard
All things are possible, and so, this could be the case
“President Trump, the stage is yours to shock us all or terribly fall from grace!”

© Ian T. Sebàs 2017

© Ian T. Sebàs

© Ian T. Sebàs

Donald Trump
Donald Trump has been declared the 45th President of the United States of America.

Yes, you read right; I said, “Donald Trump has been declared the 45th President of the United States of America!”

I’ll now give you a moment to let that sink in and ask WTF is going on in the world; I already done that, myself, and have come to a conclusion, because Donald Trump’s victory has shot my knowledge of U.S. Democracy into pieces. After all, I am the same Blogger, who wrote the piece titled Trump’s Trumpet, a piece which I strongly believed in when I wrote “Apparently, Donald Trump, a former democrat now a republican, wants to be the next POTUS, and I am going to predict that It will not happen!”

Well, there goes my prediction up in smoke.

But after the Brexit saga, in Europe, the world suspected that anything could happen when it comes to polytricks, I mean politics.

Most importantly, Mr. Trump’s victory has proven that the Gods rule and that voting is a joke.

The Gods control the media and despite the people’s actual votes, numbers desired by the Gods are displayed on televisions and across the internet, as facts, and the candidate of choice, by these Gods, will always win.
Democracy is dead. The United Kingdom may not be consisted of the world’s most intelligent citizens, but they are way above the standard of average illiteracy.

Those numbers displayed virtually as a Brexit win has yet to match the actual reactions of the people of the U.K.
And now Donald Trump, a man who ran a campaign on Racism, Hate, Xenophobia and Sexism, has been declared victorious in the race to the White House; a man, who has encountered more boos than praise in the U.S. is now POTUS.

As confusing as he appears to be, on the topic of racism, being married to a Yugoslavian (now Slovenian) woman and previously to another from the Czech Republic, Donald Trump has proven to be more than just a Billionaire businessman, he has shown that money moves everything around us, which includes ballot boxes to the dumpsters.
Considering all the unpredictable outcomes since of late, one cannot anticipate nor foresee the next likely occurrence; the God’s goal has been reached, which is to confuse the people of the world.

And with that in mind, we can only brace ourselves for the unknown.

Ian T. Sebàs © 2016

© Ian T. Sebàs

© Ian T. Sebàs

I can remember many years ago, when a friend and I were chit-chatting and the conversation led from one thing onto U.S. politics, in which we both agreed in beliefs that there would be a white woman president before there would ever be a black president of the United States; it is clear that we were wrong, Barack Obama, a black man, became the 44th male president in 2009 and to this day, no woman, black or white, has ever been president.
My prediction was again proven wrong for thinking that there would never be another George Bush as president, when George W. Bush, somehow, became president in 2001, after his father presided from 1989 to 1993.

So, clearly, when it comes to political predictions, I wouldn’t even bet on myself, but maybe the reason for my unsuccessful predictions lies with the fact that I am not political and I do not vote. Ironic, I know, but I have my reasons; for most of you who do not already know, when I was a child, politicians promised gifts to the children of my neighborhood, including me, and after broadcasting us, via television, receiving those gifts, once the television cameras were turned off, the politicians took the gifts back, leaving us empty-handed and brokenhearted.

For this reason, as much as I believe in the ‘idea’ of politics, I do not believe in actual politics and what it has represented in reality.

To make it clearer, I hold a grudge against politics since I was a child and I will never support it.

Still, being an active part of society, I do listen and pay attention to what is promised and which directions society heads or intend to head in.

Elected leaders, who exercise any of what I believe politics should be about, have often gained my fondness, despite not having my vote, and to this day, most of those favorable leaders have led the democratic party; so, I guess it is fair to say I find the views of democrats more virtuous than of the republicans.
And as the double term presidency of Barack Obama approaches its end, it is being talked about that Donald Trump intends to run for president; this, for me, is another prediction opportunity.

For most of you who do not know the name Donald Trump, he is the billionaire with the funny-looking hair, which seem impossible to ever be combed or styled properly, he owns the Trump Organization which includes properties in Atlantic City, New Jersey; he doesn’t own the city of Atlantic City, just some casinos, hotels etc; anyway, that’s him.

Apparently, Donald Trump, a former democrat now a republican, wants to be the next POTUS, and I am going to predict that “It will not happen!”
Despite his billions and his loud mouth, Mr. Trump, probably for one reason or another visit the White House in the future, but to call it home, is very unlikely.

I said, despite his loud mouth, when I shouldn’t have. I do not know Donald Trump, personally, I have only been to Atlantic City and lost a few dollars at the Taj Mahal on occasions, but it is his loud mouth, over the airwaves, which brought me to my prediction.

His hair does bother me and no, I do not agree with most views from the republicans, but these have no burden to my belief that Mr. Trump will not become the next President of the United States.

Bill Clinton was a great president, loved by all, not only in the United states of America, but globally; I can’t say the same for George Bush, but who knows, that could rely on so many different things.

Politics can sometimes be like a draw of the straws, and a leader whose intentions may be good, their timing in office could be so wrong, making it crucial; take for example when Tony Blair, a great UK Prime Minister, was in office and had to make war decisions, based upon political compliance instead of personal beliefs, he was badgered for doing what he had to do.

Barack Obama changed the face of U.S. presidency and the global point of views on America, when he became president, and yes, it was historic because he is black.

Black People and anti-racial non-blacks, worldwide, rooted for Barack Obama to become president of the United States of America, and if given the chance to vote, those people, worldwide, would have voted, making Barack Obama the most likable president to ever preside in any country of the world.

People who voted, for Barack Obama, voted for two reasons, 1. He is Black, so despite his political arguments in the race to the White House, Barack Obama was a sure win, people wanted to see a change, even if that change meant a different colour skin and 2. Others voted democratically on the drafted ideals and promises made.
Barack Obama
Mr. Obama’s first run was a win-win because the country was in ruins, and could not have gotten any worse. Barack Obama was a face of change, so all kinds of sympathizing aid would come to him, if needed; after all, the first time a black man received the chance of leadership, most did not want to see him fail.

He is probably the safest president of the United States, despite anti-negro clans, KKK etc. and their ill-will intentions, Barack Obama is probably the only president of modern times that could walk to the corner store without being kidnapped or killed, because if he was ever hurt, there would not be just a war in America, but in the world.

That being a fact, proves my opinion of him being the world’s most likable president, and that being so, makes the White House a ‘wishful thinking’ for Donald Trump whose mouth, during the Obama Administration, has clearly defined him as anti-Obama.

Being anti-Obama raises many questions about an individual which includes “Are you American or un-American?”

American, in this sense, respects and upholds all of which the United States of America is built upon, including the Declaration of Independence, The Fourteen Amendments and all other righteous doctrines which supports the pillars of the United States of America, and being un-American simply means that one or all of the pillars are not respected.

Secondly, if a person who is anti-Obama claims to uphold all of the above, then it is clear that such person is racist, and if they are indeed racist, it also violates some doctrines of said pillars (“all men are created equal…” )
Donald Trump has professed his ideals of America, by forgetting that there are no true Americans, other than the native Indians, and that majority of the US population are made up of immigrants’ off-springs.

Mr. Trump’s satisfaction of having US citizenship, on paper, from being born on the soil of the United States of America and his successful achievements have somehow gone to his head and blind him of the country’s foundation and history.

For a country that is built and still existing on the livelihood of immigrants, the last thing a presidential candidate should be leading his campaign with, is an anti-immigration proclamation.
Donald Trump Holds Rally At Grand River Center
I think that Mr. Trump has too much money and it is wrongly fuelling his ego; instead of heading for the White House, Donald Trump could invest some of his money in his own house; a new boardwalk would be nice and the nearby brown water beaches could use some clearing up.

Ian T. Sebàs © 2016