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If the United States presidential elections will have its own Avengers movie, Donald Trump may be the villain Ultron in the flesh. (Photo source: From The Web)It seems that Donald Trump’s ways embody Ultron itself.
You’re all familiar with last year’s Avengers: Age of Ultron. Most of us have watched this film, even criticized the flow of events and some ended up being disappointed about how abruptly Ultron’s reign was simply smashed by Vision obliterating the last droid he was able to hold onto. But what’s the connection of Avenger’s latest iconic villain with Donald Trump running for President?
Well, we have all seen and heard politicians tending to sugar coat their words in order to dig their way into the hearts of people who will end up writing their names on the voting slip. The thing is, Donald Trump seems to be following a different way of carving his political intentions for America. Trump even managed to have publicly offended important figures and went on creating a dispute with Fox News’ Megyn Kelley.
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However, isn’t Trump a “breath of fresh air” compared to all other candidates (the old and the new) who have focused on showering the American nation with brilliant ideas and proposals for greater economic changes?
Now this could get confusing as to where I’m going with this so let me mention something that our dear Trump has stated in his most recent debate.
“I came out great, but I guess I’m supposed to come out great. That’s what I’m supposed to do for the country. We owe $19 trillion. Boy, am I good at solving debt problems. Nobody can solve it like me.”
Let me repeat the last sentence on that: “Nobody can solve it like me.”
If you were just reading, this statement would simply be translated word for word. It sounds conceited even and again, almost same words were spoken by him in his tweet about an Islamic attack last March 27. A similar perspective about this point is elaborated in Steve Berman’s article.
If you read on, here is how Trump connects with Ultron of Avengers. One of the things that really got through me from the film were these words,
“I know you’re good people. I know you mean well. But you just didn’t think it through. There is only one path to peace…your extinction.”
This line lands too close to home with regards to another article that speaks about Trump’s ‘America First‘ foreign policy.
If you’re actively reading stuff about what is latest regarding Donald Trump’s continuous rise in the political polls, he seems to be delving into this style of making changes in the American economy. Trump proposes of eliminating the old ways previous presidents have run the country, which might actually be a good start.
The real question is, “Is it going to be the ultimate solution to carve a new legacy in the development of American Economy?”
OR will Ultron’s words,
“I was meant to be new. I was meant to be beautiful. The world would’ve looked to the sky and seen hope, seen mercy. Instead they’ll look up in horror.”
From all the current news shown on television featuring Donald Trump‘s views and plans for a future America, do you seek for the same solution? Do you see an outcome like that of Ultron’s end in the Avengers film?
Would you go the way how Ultron misinterpreted Tony Stark’s, his creator, purpose in protecting the world?
Destroying established relationships with the intention of strengthening ones self alone might not be the best solution. When everything goes out of control, what do we seek?
We turn to others and ask for help. Would someone be there for us if we have deliberately severed our connection with them?
Maybe. Maybe not. No one can answer. It becomes an uncertainty. A qualm that becomes a great liability at times when we’re at the brink of danger.
This might sound overrated but think it through. Vote Wisely. Your future seriously depends on it.
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