Brent Blount - Jazz & Native American Music

Trump Man (Satire & Parody)


The context in which the listener must hear these lyrics, highlighting ignorance of white supremacy and sexism, is satire and parody. To illustrate from Free Dictionary, "mimicry of someone's individual manner in a humorous or satirical way," to ridicule the evil impulses of "Trump men and women" that force their will on Native Americans, African Americans, Hispanic People, women, LGBT Communities, and anyone who is not white and not of the Dominant Culture. In other words, Neo-Nazis, KKK, and religious fundamentalists who even the Pope disapproves of.


Confidants of Pope Francis blast right-wing American evangelicals in article that mentions Trump


Finally, desentization (see above video) has been sweeping away pains of conscience as the public views a man daily who is guilty of sexual assalt and treason, in which he is mentally ill, and acts as if he cannot be held accountable. At last, since artists have condoned their music being used at Guantanimo Bay to torture human beings with, then I beg the pardon of anyone who might be offended by my being a truth messenger.  Peace



"Trump Man (Satire & Parody)"

 

(intro)

 

I ain’t no communist,

And I ain’t no socialist,

But you, you’re a fascist,

I’m gonna blow you away.

 

(chorus)

 

I’m a Trump Man,

Of the good ‘ol USA.

If you don’t do what I want,

I’m gonna blow you away.

 

(break)

 

Don’t want no black man,

In that White House.

I like my Confederate Flag,

In my front lawn.

 

Don’t want no Latino woman,

In the highest court in the land.

You know we victimized white males,

Can still use a helpin' hand.

 

(chorus)

 

Thank God for my knife,

Thank God for my gun.

I’m gonna blow you straight to hell,

Before this day is done.



“Francis wants to break the organic link between culture, politics, institution and Church," the priests wrote. "Spirituality cannot tie itself to governments or military pacts for it is at the service of all men and women. Religions cannot consider some people as sworn enemies nor others as eternal friends. Religion should not become the guarantor of the dominant classes.”
 Too many great leaders have died and given their lives for the answers leading to peace, that are right in front of us, to not be used now. It can safely be said that economic collapse with dwindling natural resources, such as the following:

December 2017
From Miami to Jakarta, coastal communities around the world are battling the effects of sea level rise.

But in some places, the problem is exacerbated by another phenomenon: the land is falling.

will require a willingness to acknowledge our connectedness as one human family.

   I say that because dehumanization in one form or another precedes a Trail of Tears, a being forced to an Auschwitz, or a lynching after a Middle Passage. Of course, acknowledging our connection between one another and Mother Earth may not make much sense -

Is it so bad, then, to be misunderstood? Pythagoras was misunderstood, and Socrates, and Jesus, and Luther, and Copernicus, and Galileo, and Newton, and every pure and wise spirit that ever took flesh. To be great is to be misunderstood.

- and that is a very great thing. I hope for peace.

I once heard a Holocaust survivor speak that moved my soul to tears.


                          "They came for the teachers first,"  he said.


   My mind blacked out as I saw the utility of that perverse logic. He said that it began with bullying; first with forcing Jews to clean the streets with toothbrushes, and when it wasn't "clean enough," they stripped the Jews and beat them. He also talked about how all the Jews were given arm bands with the Star of David on them to identify them as Jews, so that among  many other horrendous things,  a curfew could be enforced.


   They had to work for free from 7 till 7, and that being out after 7:00 P.M.  was punishable by death. He made that point before he talked about how his father courted his mother - breaking the curfew. His father literally risked his life to court his mother.


   His father learned they were exterminating the Jews by following the Nazis from a safe distance to the suspected location after hearing some rumors about it; he’d spoken about the strong sense of community among the Jewish people. His father witnessed some of his Jewish friends and neighbors being stripped, being shot, and being put in a hole in the ground. He said his father couldn’t believe what he was seeing. Seems he also said that because the Nazis ran out of "room" to bury bodies, that bought him and his family some time.  I can’t remember how they protected him (the speaker as a child), seems they made a room for him. It’s coming back to me now.


    His father took one brick a day from where he was forced to labor and hid the brick in his pants or coat some way, risking his life. He built a wall with those bricks to hide his family behind for the day when the knock on the door would  come early in the morning at 4 A.M., I believe he said. The speaker’s parents left him with a relative or a neighbor where he’d be safe at some point.


   Memory fails, but the last thing I recall is the Holocaust survivor who spoke watched his parents be taken away in a railcar. I cried.

I once heard a Holocaust survivor speak that moved my soul to tears.

                          "They came for the teachers first," he said.
   My mind blacked out as I saw the utility of that perverse logic. He said that it began with bullying; first with forcing Jews to clean the streets with toothbrushes, and when it wasn't "clean enough," they stripped the Jews and beat them. He also talked about how all the Jews were given arm bands with the Star of David on them to identify them as Jews, so that among  many other horrendous things,  a curfew could be enforced.

   They had to work for free from 7 till 7, and that being out after 7:00 P.M.  was punishable by death. He made that point before he talked about how his father courted his mother - breaking the curfew. His father literally risked his life to court his mother.

   His father learned they were exterminating the Jews by following the Nazis from a safe distance to the suspected location after hearing some rumors about it; he’d spoken about the strong sense of community among the Jewish people. His father witnessed some of his Jewish friends and neighbors being stripped, being shot, and being put in a hole in the ground. He said his father couldn’t believe what he was seeing. Seems he also said that because the Nazis ran out of "room" to bury bodies, that bought him and his family some time.

  I can’t remember how they protected him (the speaker as a child), seems they made a room for him. It’s coming back to me now.

    His father took one brick a day from where he was forced to labor and hid the brick in his pants or coat some way, risking his life. He built a wall with those bricks to hide his family behind for the day when the knock on the door would  come early in the morning at 4 A.M., I believe he said. The speaker’s parents left him with a relative or a neighbor where he’d be safe at some point.

   Memory fails, but the last thing I recall is the Holocaust survivor who spoke watched his parents be taken away in a railcar. I cried