Monday, January 16, 2017
January 16, 2017 (Tosh's Diary)
January 16, 2017
My friend promised me that he could connect me to Stephen Bannon. If I can get Bannon to agree to become part of my board of directors, perhaps even the chair position, that would be fantastic. He clearly knows how to raise money, or find money for a non-profit like mine, and also who knows, maybe even get funding for my (our) Trump Statue for the Silver Lake Meadow Park. According to my friend, the hardcore Trump supporter, Bannon is the guy-to-go-to, for getting things done.
The reason why I wanted to build the Trump statue was in the hopes of bringing people together. Right now, the landscape in America is pretty insane. We have the Anti-Democratic Party people who once belonged to the party but feel gypped, along with the Sanders people who felt cheated, and therefore are lost in the woods, and then on top of that, we have individuals who don't support any political party and are totally confused by Trump's victory. And then there are the Democrats who are rapidly moving towards McCarthy era Republicans stance, while Republicans are siding with the Russians. Then there are the Republicans who are waiting behind the curtain to stab you-know-who in the back eventually. Also, we have Republicans who are against Obamacare but haven't the foggiest idea how to replace it or even why - and then there are those who are racist, but also at the same time like world music. On top of that, we have a current President, who is much admired and missed (even though he's still in office for another five days) and apparently a good man, but after eight years brought us all to this. To be honest, I'm very confused what's happening to Planet United States of America. That is why it's important to build a Trump Statue in the park, where neighbors, their children, dogs, and wildlife can meditate on the Trump world.
Of course, there has to be the foundation to support my writing. One of the people I admire is Ron L. Hubbard. Not long ago, actually around a similar time now (the cold-war) he started a non-profit group to support his writing/thoughts. I think it's clearly the time for me to fill the void that's there now and bring the folks back together. But first, I have to return a library book, due that today is the due date.