by Andrew Lidden Pate
And please hurry! The future is begging for him. With a great sense of urgency.
His creative talent, his ability to define and redefine words for every situation, to turn truths into lies, hopes into nightmares, and unselfish love into blatant prejudice—there's only one word fitting to sum up the entirety of his super talents: "awesome," with which he'd surely agree.
So "awesome" it seems that much of the present world simply is not ready for Donald Trump (DT hereafter). And there are few signs these "unprepared" are going to change their minds anytime soon. Certainly not within the life-spans of human beings currently alive.
So, it makes sense, as we define "sense," to shout out for DT's immediate transportation into the distant future. It's the only fair thing to do; he's so terribly unhappy with the present, let's help him get out of it.
How can such be managed? We're not sure. Perhaps that spaceship he wants to send to Mars can also send him into the distant beyond, time-wise. Even better, he should consult his friend Vladimir about how to get to where he needs to be. Vladimir has all the right answers.
To be quite frank, it is obvious to us that DT is clueless. He keeps trying to fit his still unclear driving goal into his MAGA concept, thinking his goal lies somewhere in the past and all he needs to do is help the U.S. and the world recover that past.
But truthfully, no one in their right mind wants to go to MAGA land, for several reasons, but mainly because they know its appeal exists only in DT's mind and in DT-like brains, despite the awesomeness..
Which brings us "forward into the past," to where we think DT needs to go, to where exploitative sexuality and racial inequalities are national norms, White people rule the earth and Big Daddy White runs the universe.
To be sure, we have no idea of when or where this future might arrive. We do know it'll likely be a long, long time from now and probably in another universe.
We do, however, have a name for where we believe DT needs to go, a name frequently used in some Judaeo-Christian circles. It's called "Hell," which Jesus himself said was a place of "outer darkness," where there is "weeping and gnashing of teeth" (Matthew 25:30).