I am not American and I don’t live in that country, so I can’t vote there.
Many things have been said about Hillary Clinton: accusations of being involved in paedophilia circles, black magic or satanism, being irresponsible or even treacherous with state secrets, corruption. All that seems to have been dismissed by those who matter. There is also the question of abortion and “political correctness”. Though these are serious and important matters, they are secondary compared with the continuation of life on the planet Earth.
Donald Trump is no hero or messiah for me. Gung-ho Americans are not exactly my style as I have mentioned in other posts about hyper-masculinity and related issues. I don’t know whether he knows anything about politics and constitutional law. He is a tycoon and a successful businessman like many others in the USA who are obscenely rich. He makes me cringe, but this thing is not about persons but about the future of all of us.
The criticism of the latter generally relates to his policy in regard to Muslims and other immigrants. There are various things that need discussing, and we have that problem much worse here in Europe. The “flood” indicates big changes ahead for the western world.
At present, the only thing that matters for us non-Americans is dialogue between the west, Russia and China. If we go to war, our war will not be a just one – and it will lead to the end of us all in a nuclear holocaust. As far as I see it, Hillary Clinton is for the same imperialist hegemony in the Middle-East involving regime change. She and Obama have left Irak and Lybia as dustbins run by Jihadist Muslims, and wants the same thing in Syria, a once-beautiful country that has become a pile of dusty and charred rubble. She would also have her eyes on conquering Russia and China. It all seems to be about Petro-Dollars, never mind the cost in human life or the future of humanism and rational culture!
It appears that Donald Trump is ready to dialogue with Russia for the sake of peace in the world (nuclear war wouldn’t be in the interest of his real-estate business). He might be a sleazy bore like Sarkozy in France a few years ago, but the world would be safer with him. For this reason, as a citizen of God’s world, I cast my vote for peace and a chance for a new social contract and dialogue between nations.