AMERICA AFTER NOVEMBER 8th 2016 AND THE FUTURE OF ?
How the problem of refugees and immigrants are effecting the political
orientation of so many 'democratic' countries. It is true there is a problem and
many countries are voting for candidates at different political positions
because they promise to get rid of refugees and immigrants, the only problem
none have presented a program they just say they will get rid of those people.
Remember we are talking about humans; people of all races,
sexes and ages (they are not
all terrorist, rapists or criminals) just people.
My biggest concern today is that the country that has the
most influence on the world and its future will vote November 8th
and I think the outcome will have an important influence on the world's future.
This has always been the case since world war II but the 2016's choice will be
more important worldwide due to the true fact that "refugees and immigrants" are
a problem, since most voters today only see the effect on their lives and
comfort there choice will often keep them from thinking of a
human right to live. In American one candidate most important campaign
argument is America's problems are refugees and immigrants and "I will get rid
of that just vote for me".
The feeling that
the November 8thelection will have an important
·The electors in United States and
its people, no one knows what each candidate will be able to do.Is the world ready for the President of the most
powerful country: that is aggressive,
only wanting to promote himself, and by an uncontrollable angry, impulsive temperament that precludes
them stepping away
from the moment to survey what the situation demands of him?
·The hard problem about
refuges and the terror in this world. No candidate has said what will be done
with the millions of people (women, children and non terrorist). Will the
selected President be willing to stop the notion of humanity?
·America is the country that produces some of the most
sentimental or hate drive or comical or a mixture of emotions movies and
television series in the world. Movies like: "Regarding Henry,
Doubt, I Am Sam,The Pursuit of Happiness, What’s Up, Doc?, kill Bill, Independence day"
and I could go on for pages. What I have noticed in my travels is that many
Americans (they are not the only ones, but by being the most influential country
in the world the effect is different) seams to confuse reality with fiction. In
real life we are only background actor and where real
life is different from
movies we are also the one that can selects who will be the stars. If a scene isn't
good we don't always get the chance to do a retake.
·America is only part of the
world (less than 5 percent), and not the world. And I feel it should be the example for the rest
of the world
(more than 95 percent).Maybe we should stop spending so much on
Space programs, that
is unless it is the solution to rid are planet of those
refugees and immigrants.
is understandable that many
disagree with both major candidates, but I have the feeling that only one would
be a danger for equal rights, respect for others, and values America is known
for. World peace, even as bad as it is should be keep and maybe some of the
remarks made by Donald will wake up the government and the nation towards a
better solution for peace in the world.
That the statics show that it is a close race worries me, does that mean
Americans in general don't see the danger that a bad choice would be not only
for them but also for the world?
In a country that talks and says it believes in GOD, have they
lost all notions of values and respect?
When we say "GOD BLESS AMERICA" does this mean that no other country or people
have the same rights as Americans?