Are presidents of any country murderers per se? Or are we the people murderers per se? I leave those questions in mid air. We are in the realm of satire. But I think a president that allows violence against opponents, decreases health care quality for the less wealthy, supports war in other parts of the world, seems to consider the use of nuclear weapons, incited a hunt after innocent and perfectly civil immigrants, refuses to end the murderous fossile energy system and suggests he and his mob are above the law, already is conspiring for murder. And his supporters are accomplices.

Back to the funny side of the street.

Over here in the momentarily mostly sunny cute little Kingdom of the consequentially much browner Oranges we remember how 800.000 compatriots protested against the placement of a batch of US cruise missile nuclear warheads in our country. That was 1985, before the end of the Cold War. It was a useless protest. The warheads were stored in a secret compound everybody could locate, especially the gi’s that were selected for guarding the sites (I was one of them). No, I am not digressing. What I want to stress is this: the power of your presidents influences my daily life. Well, let’s be honest, at this moment the idea that this power is in the hands of a Bullshitter-Creep does. In this we are brothers and sisters in anguish and anger. Let’s nuke him with satire till he explodes.

Friend of life and beauty and foe of spoilers of life and beauty. Golden marriage. Grandfather. Pianist and micro poet. Dutch, European.

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