What They Be Saying About Him Now
“It was challenging for me coming from the disciplined, highly process-oriented ExxonMobil Corporation to go to work for a man who is pretty undisciplined, doesn’t — doesn’t like to read, doesn’t read briefing reports, doesn’t — doesn’t like to get into the details of a lot of things but rather just kind of says, ‘Look, this is what I believe and you can try to convince me otherwise, but most of the time you’re not going to do that.’ ” — Fmr. Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson
Oh the ‘Ides of March’ draws nearer and nearer.
First of all Rex Tillerson, the former CEO of ExxonMobil/America’s Big Oil Czar was absolutely unqualified for the post of Secretary of State to begin with. The notion behind his hiring was to establish and put forth the economic interests of corporatism instead of the more moral and ethical interests of human rights, global security and geopolitical stability. This was the Make America Great Again strategy.
The actions of ExxonMobil under its previous leaderships are primarily the reason why Venezuela has beef with us in the first place. They contribute to the existence of why we have brutal dictators running amok in certain nations on the African continent. This company has its own military apparatus complete with intelligence and private armies around the globe.
Rex Tillerson has received Russia’s Order of Friendship medal in 2013 from Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Let me explain to the America First-ers why this counterintuitive banditry has resulted in a maturation and widespread proliferation in the phenomenal occurrence of their stupidity.
Tillerson always knew that Trump was a ‘fucking moron’ — his words
When stupid people obtain or usurp power to influence and make decisions on behalf of everyone else there is an opportunity for those bandits to take advantage of others in the most shortsighted of ways. What seems so impressive about banditry is the significance of its temporariness and narrow-minded benefit. The medium to long-term benefit to everyone as a whole is never considered or contemplated because it operates under a zero-sum code of behavior.
When a stupid person inherits the wealth of a bandit with a Matthew Effect in tow that leads to an accidental presidency, we are then faced with a far more serious problem that is exponentially cumbersome to fathom.
Essentially stupid people are dangerous and damaging because reasonable people find it difficult to imagine and understand unreasonable behavior. An intelligent person may understand the logic of a bandit. The bandit’s actions follow a pattern of rationality: nasty rationality, if you like, but still rationality. The bandit wants a plus on his account. Since he is not intelligent enough to devise ways of obtaining the plus as well as providing you with a plus, he will produce his plus by causing a minus to appear on your account. All this is bad, but it is rational and if you are rational you can predict it. You can foresee a bandit’s actions, his nasty maneuvres and ugly aspirations and often can build up your defenses.
With a stupid person all this is absolutely impossible as explained by the Third Basic Law.
The job of the contemporary Secretary of State is to guide and speak on behalf of a stupid person which is quite difficult and is impossible to do. Trump picks people based on his malignant narcissistic perceptions — as an extension of what he perceives as loyalty to his Caesarism or cult of personality. It was not out of prudence, logic and objective reasoning.
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Its not as easy as it looks to work for a racist xenophobe is it? Even if you hold similar views of whiteness subconsciously. It is impractical in its roll out and lacks any subtleties and diversions that would otherwise obfuscate and be difficult to legally prove. Not this guy. It is presented in the way only the stupid can understand — straightforward, no rhyme or reason, but to wreak havoc for havoc sake.
So when Chief of Staff John Kelly departs, what will he say or glaringly not say about his former boss? More of the same. They both boast an ineptitude that only a subscription to whiteness can find solace in.
What won’t former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley say about her boss is just as glaring as what she said as Governor of South Carolina at the time Dylan Roof murdered nine Blacks in that AME church. Her banditry with a side of stupidity follows as reported by The Root.
Coincidentally or accidentally she quickly saw an opportunity like most bandits do in Trump, placed blame on then President Obama’s failed policies for the racial unrest in America’s cities and went on to become a cabinet pick for Trump’s administration. If she did not pivot she would not have likely been the governor of South Carolina today.
That’s why I guess her interpetation given to Fox News of the general UN assembly’s laughable response to Trump’s speech was that they found it unusally honest of a stateman to give.
A clear indication of motivated ignorance here. Not knowing is just as lazy as not wanting to know here. Instances of this sort of rampant stupidity is mired in baseless and inconsequential excuses for fear and loathing and the grievances of white supremacy on the world stage. In fact the real issue at hand is the assumed flawed existential identity of superiority and entitlement with these folks. Why everyone should be subjected to or affected by this contagion of stupidity just baffles me.
What we all really want to know is what they don’t or won’t want to say about Trump, because what that may say about their error and about them in their collusion with the truth is more than just revealing.