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The UK needs to stop whining about their baby, Donald J. Trump, and claim him as their own, because he is theirs. He is their creature – genetically and culturally. They need to take responsibility and welcome him and keep him. If his paternal homeland, Germany, or the country of his heart, Russia, want him, then the UK can pass him along. However, the British House of Windsor monarchy is actually a German House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, anyway. They changed their name to Windsor due to anti-German sentiment.
The American Revolution was fought against the British from 1775 to 1783. Whereas 7/8ths of my ancestors were in what is now the United States and fought for freedom in the American Revolution, Trump’s mother was a British resident, citizen and subject of the British crown until after her arrival in the USA in 1930.
The UK needs to stop whining about their baby, Donald J. Trump, and claim him as their own, because he is theirs. He is their creature – genetically and culturally – and they need to welcome him and keep him. My grandparents didn’t invite his mother and wouldn’t have invited her, as times were hard, and Americans were struggling to survive. My own father was hungry and begging for a piece of bread in his hand, before he slept at night. We didn’t need another hungry mouth to feed, but it made one less hungry mouth for Britain to feed. Americans paid dearly for these stupid immigration policies during the dust bowl years: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dust_Bowl
Trump’s mother, Mary Anne MacLeod, was born and raised in the UK, and came to the United States as an adult, during the Great Depression. By all common sense definitions she was British and her son is British. Trump may even be eligible for British citizenship. Becoming American is a multi-generational process. To pretend otherwise denies entire academic fields, such as sociology and anthropology.
Trump’s Mother arrived in the United States in 1930 from the UK, as an adult, and as an unneeded domestic maid. In the 1929 stock market crash a lot of people went broke; many Americans were starving. Unemployment was rising in 1930 and had already reached 10%. Some people who lost their money in the crash committed suicide. Businesses closed, creating unemployment. More maids were not needed. She seems to have come through chain migration (her sister came first, reportedly because the sister was pregnant out of wedlock). Why did the US government allow Trump’s mother to be dumped on us?
Blah, blah, blah British Members of Parliament – Take your [expletive deleted] child, Donald Trump, back and place him on his maternal island without transport! “MPs campaign to have Donald Trump’s UK state visit cancelled: Activists say Trump’s three-day visit from 3 June will prompt ‘huge mobilisation’” Tue 23 Apr 2019 19.49 BST https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/apr/23/donald-trump-plans-state-visit-to-uk-in-june
Trump’s mother was typical of the unneeded and unwanted populations, which have been dumped in ever-growing numbers upon the United States, now from every corner of the globe. The United States already had more than enough immigrants by the mid 1800s – the population was about the same as Australia today. Furthermore, Americans who arrived multiple generations ago cannot return to our indigenous homelands, but people from these same places are allowed to come here, along with a lot of other countries. For the British, Irish and Europeans to be allowed to immigrate to the United States, when we have no right of return, is the biggest crime of all. If you put the entire Scottish diaspora back into Scotland, it would have the same population as England. Is Glasgow a sanctuary city only for non-Scots? Are members of the Scottish diaspora, scattered to the four winds, starting over 400 years ago, welcomed home?
The majority of my ancestors fought to liberate ourselves from Britain during the American Revolution. Why Britain has been allowed to keep dumping its unwanted populations, from both the UK and the (former) colonies, upon the United States, remains an abiding mystery. Ditto for Europe. It needs to stop. Now that birth control is widely available people need to use birth control or be sterilized after 2 children – by force if need be – and stop sending overpopulation to the United States. More importantly, the USA needs to stop taking this overpopulation. Want 6 to 20 kids? Don’t want birth control? Well, keep them in your own house and country. Stop sending them abroad.
Meanwhile, the UK and Europe need to recognize that Trump is British-European. Well, actually he is apparently mostly Scandinavian, like much of the UK (and some of Europe). Trump’s maternal island used to belong to Norway. Putin’s probably a viking too.
Trump looks like a viking and he acts like the worst of the vikings – raping, pillaging and otherwise destroying everything in his path. His pedigree shows what he is – Norse, and kin to Norse, Danish, British and Euro Royals. It’s not by accident that he looks like the brother of the Norwegian Prime Minister. Nor, that he looks so much like the Queen of Denmark.
Trump with Norwegian PM Erna Solberg, January 10, 2018 (WH Photo by D. Myles Cullen)
There’s a good chance that Trump’s 100% German, made in Germany, albeit born in the United States, father was truly Swedish, as originally claimed. The Trumps appear in history around the time the Swedes were invading Germany during the 30 years war. Regardless, Germany didn’t want the Trumps and the United States got stuck with them. Then Europe wants to blame us for a problem created by them? Pence is also half-German. We need to return Trump and Pence to sender.
Many Scots were forced out of the UK, starting in 1603, whereas Trump’s ancestors stayed until 1930. So, WTF was his mother allowed to immigrate? We are still getting European and British immigrants dumped upon us, whereas we have no right to return.
Meanwhile, is the Irish Taoiseach at all Irish? His father was from Mumbai, India. His mother is a Howell, apparently a surname from Wales. Trump’s baby language, by the way, was reportedly Scots gaelic, which is closely related to the Irish language.
Trump is at least as British as the Irish Taoiseach is Irish – half.
Brits, Scandinavians and other Europeans, or not, and others, pretending that they don’t know Where TF Trump came from.
Trump is British, Scandinavian, European, period. People don’t come off the plane and become American. With rare exceptions it is a multigenerational process.
Trump maternal island of “Lewis has a Presbyterian tradition and a rich history. It was once part of the Norse Kingdom of Mann and the Isles. Today, life is very different from elsewhere in Scotland, with Sabbath observance, the Scottish Gaelic language and peat cutting retaining more importance than elsewhere.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isle_of_Lewis
“Donald Trump is related to most Icelanders and Danish and Norwegian Royalty” Culture and Living, Iceland Monitor, Tue 24 Jan 2017, 19.30 GMT http://web.archive.org/web/20181202013242/https://icelandmonitor.mbl.is/news/culture_and_living/2017/01/24/donald_trump_is_related_to_most_icelanders_and_dani/
“Viking is ‘forefather to British royals’ June 15, 2011 A joint Norwegian-French investigation hopes to reveal that Norwegian Viking noble Ganger Hrólf was the same person as Rollo, the first Duke of Normandy – and the forefather of the British royal family“. https://archive.li/https://www.newsinenglish.no/2011/06/15/viking-is-forefather-to-british-royals/
“Questions raised over Queen’s ancestry after DNA test on Richard III’s cousins: Tests on descendants of last Plantagenet king point to ‘false paternity event’ and reveal he may have been blue-eyed blond” https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/dec/02/king-richard-iii-dna-cousins-queen-ancestry
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