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Dearest Donald

Dear Donald,

I heard it said
it is your position
that reducing carbon emissions
and other climate therapeutic investments
are not a healthy US priority.

I also heard
it is your position
that the federal Environmental Protection Agency
is redundant,
and therefore also not a climate pathology therapeutic resource
on your national priority list.

I also heard
that Puerto Rico
and Florida
and Texas
might have benefited from more environmental protection
from the climate pathologies
that you would re-invest in nonrenewable environmental hazards
like oil fields rather than polyculturing yields,
and nationalistic patriotism
rather than Sacred EarthMatriotism.

Isn’t that a bit like
encouraging arsonists to burn during growing droughts
while also closing down the local Fire Station,
and calling that conflagration
what you had in mind
and relentlessly promised
when you ran as if for better economic government
through active abuse
where once we tolerated mere neglect?

I realize you are not an advocate for universal health and climate care.
Still
it seems we might find some healthier direction
than anti-health care and climate death bed delivery.

We are trying to adjust to lowered political
and educational
and civic
and moral
and health
and environmental therapeutic care,
but your current dive
to find the most toxic bottom line possible
is breath-taking.

Thanks so much
for constantly reminding us
what a great job you are doing.

It would otherwise
be so much more difficult to see
and smell
and feel
and hear
or in any way sense
anything beyond blundering
Business As Usual
mediocrity.

Probably your biggest fake-fan,

Gerald Oliver, EcoTherapeutic ReGenerative Designer

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2 thoughts on “Dearest Donald

  1. Janet Tanner says:

    Donald is so insecure and desperate for adulation that he has to portray a tough guy image to show the world that diplomacy, climate care, inclusiveness, health care and welcoming immigrants are all signs of weakness. He needs to threaten, bully and build walls to show how “strong” and tough he is.

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  2. I agree. Another way of saying this is there is too wide of a gap between what he actually needs to do, as leader of a healthy democracy, and what he feels obsessively compelled to do, to react to. This is a serious disability at a time when we so need a healthy democratic climate, both inside, and outside each individual person and each individual species, living together on patriotic-matriotic Earth

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