Monday, 30 January 2017

Should Donald Trump be Invited for a State Visit to the UK?

My question is, why shouldn't he be invited for a State Visit as all other U.S. Presidents have been in the past.

Many may not agree with many of his policies, but then I haven't agreed with many of our own policies.  We have had many heads of state visiting us that actually totally ignore any form of human rights and we will continue to do so.  So it's ridiculous that the fact that Donald Trump has temporarily closed his doors to a handful of countries should affect him being invited for a state visit.

I do actually agree with him on this particular issue.  It is not Muslims he is stopping arriving on his shores, but those from countries where we all know terrorists and fanatics are actively seeking to infiltrate our own countries.  It just so happens that those countries are Islamic.  Muslims from other parts of the world are still welcome in America.

We British don't want terrorists and fanatics in our country, but due to being part of the E.U. we have no choice in the matter.

It's very hypocritical of some British people objecting to Donald Trump coming on a state visit when we have just voted to leave the E.U. in order to be able to pick and choose who we allow in.

What some don't seem to realise is that we are at war.  War calls for drastic measures.  Our top priority should be to protect our own.  During the world wars we didn't allow people from enemy nations to come over willy nilly and set up home.  In fact those that were already here were rounded up and put in camps for the duration.  Trump is simply enforcing a travel ban from those countries that at the moment are the most dangerous to American security.

On this issue I back him all the way.


  1. ooooO! HeHe! I must put my six~pennyworth in here! :).

    Well..of course the issue here is..Trump himself!
    He has been analysed by professional people already..
    He show signs of Mental Illness..including Malignant
    Narcissism...And some have labelled him a Pyscho....!

    This country..the UK..have already invited him, and
    he has accepted..A big do..red carpet..meeting the
    Queen..it's a joke..and, yet again it shows how weak
    this country is, in standing up for itself!
    One million people have objected so far, will the PM
    take any notice...of course not!

    Finally! Mark my words..This president will be the next
    president to be assassinated...by his own people! As was

  2. Hiya Willie, Nice to see you here.

    For the asassination idea my Daughter and I have already discussed that and totally agree. He is certainly a president ripe for asassination.

    I do think though that we have invited heads of state such as president Idi Amin who are far far more evil than ever Trump could be. I think it would be political suicide not to welcome him to this country.

    What a lot of people also forget is that Obama banned citizens for 6 months coming from Iraq back in 2011. There was no hue and cry then.

    This ban of Trumps is simply for 3 months I believe.

    It's also none of our business that Trump has chosen to do this. I'm sure we wouldn't take kindly to America telling us what to do. Look how it put many of our backs up when Obama came over here and told us to stay in the E.U.

    There is no way that the invitation should or will be recinded.

  3. HeHe! Quite right...I found this recipe
    on line...Just for fun..! :0).

    1 cup jitters
    3 cups drained confidence
    6 stalks of worry, finely chopped
    2 tablespoons crushed hope
    6 cups toxic shocks
    2 slices defrosted denial
    1 leaf shredded Roe v. Wade
    6 seared As-salāmu ʿalaykum
    1 can LGBT despair
    Marinated anger
    DACA pain

    Stir jitters and confidence to coat.
    Sauté worry, blend shock and denial.
    Combine dread and crushed hope.
    Transfer all to a crockpot.
    Fold in Roe v. Wade.
    Cook on high for 6 hours.
    Pour stew into large bowl.
    Garnish with grief.
    Serve with side of pain
    and salad tossed with anger.
    Open a bottle of What To Do Next.