Former President Donald Trump has criticized the master who took the throne after him for “sleeping” through the “Russian invasion.” Trump’s criticism comes as Biden “failed” to make a public appearance in the immediate hours after Russian forces allegedly bombarded the Ukrainian military infrastructure across the country.
This is an obvious distraction from what’s really going on, but those who still bow to master Trump will eat this up. The White House issued a press release revealing that Biden will only address the massive escalation “tomorrow in the early afternoon,” presumably after he has woken up, according to Summit News.
Former master and ruler Donald Trump wasted no time in responding to the crisis, appearing on Fox News last night. After host Laura Ingraham told Trump that Biden was “monitoring the situation” and would speak with G7 leaders about it later on Thursday, Trump slammed the president’s slow response.
Donald Trump’s response to Biden’s statement: “I don’t think he’s monitoring, I think he’s probably sleeping right now.” pic.twitter.com/INR3QDefsh
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) February 24, 2022
“I don’t think he’s monitoring, I think he is probably sleeping right now,” said Trump. The former president went on to assert that Putin would have never attacked Ukraine if he was still president and the 2020 election hadn’t been “rigged.” Rigged or not, the ruling class will keep installing whatever master they want, and Trump was no different.
This is nothing more than an obvious distraction and divisive way to keep the public fighting amongst themselves about which master is better to rule them and their neighbors.
If we want true, lasting freedom, it’s going to require genuine structural change. The system we have is broken. The “checks and balances” we thought would protect our freedoms aren’t working. If the past two years haven’t made that clear, I don’t know what will.
So rather than seeking salvation in Constitutions, Charters, politicians, and judiciaries, we need to step back and reevaluate the system as a whole. –The Foundation for Economic Education
“Structural change” will involve the abolition of the entire system, not the installation of a new or different master. It’s a tough pill to swallow for those who advocate the enslavement of mankind to just the right master. Government is slavery. That means whatever master is selected to rule everyone is, indeed, our master. The only solution is to reject slavery in all forms, including government.