Brown People Need Not Apply

From the moment that Donald Trump announced his intention to run for the presidency, he was clear about one thing, the United States would be better off if it was white. There are those that are trying to pretend it’s not true, but the fact remains that Donald Trump is a racist. The clues are all there for those that have an open mind about what the Trump presidency really means.

Donald Trump started out the campaign by disparaging Mexicans. He minced no words as he clearly stated that Mexicans were rapists, although he did allow that “some might be good people.” I guess he likes the Mexicans manicuring his gold courses. For all others, he has no use for us.

Trump has been calling for a wall. Trump has been demanding the end to “chain migration,” never mind that chain migration means that Mexicans still wait to ten to twelve years before benefiting from familial migration. But for Trump and his ilk, its not about Mexicans nor chain migration, it is about brown people nominating the United States’ landscape.

The bottom line is that for Donald Trump and his supporters, the United States must remain white to succeed.

Does that remind you of another leader? You know that one that believed in the idea of white supremacy?

The problem with Trump supporters, even those of Mexican descent, is that they refuse to see who Trump truly is. For them, its either fake news, or it is mischaracterized statements.

But there is no mincing of the words, “people from shit hole countries.”

When Trump suggested that the United States should bring more people from Norway-like countries he was clearly stating that white people are the only kind of people he wants.

That is clear as day light.

People, like me, have no place in Donald Trump’s utopia of a white America.

Of this I have no doubt. But, let me make it even more clear for you, if you defend Trump’s comments or if you pretend his comments are “fake news” or “mischaracterized,” then you are telling me that I have no place in your ideal of a country.

Lucky for me, and my dark brethren, we aren’t going away because the country, as a whole, is demonstrating to me that those who believe dark people have no place in the United States is getting smaller every day.

There are many Americans, of all colors, that welcome me and my brethren and appreciate my presence here. Of this, I also have no doubt.

I am a proud citizen of México. I am a proud immigrant. I pay taxes to the U.S. treasury each year. Judge me by my contributions to society, not by the color of my skin nor the county from which I came.