Despite being voted out of office, dictator Donald J. Trump wants to stay in power in the North American Republic and refuse to recognize the victory of his Democratic challenger Joe Biden. To avert civil war in the crisis-ridden country, the United Nations today decided to deploy 35,000 blue helmet soldiers.
“We must not allow the delicate plant of democracy to be nipped in the bud by the US regime,” said UN Secretary General António Guterres after the “Resolution on Securing Peace in the United States of America” was passed.
The first blue helmet associations have already landed at ports on the east coast held by democratic rebels and are currently moving inland:
The troops from 37 countries are to ensure that the election can be counted without interference. In addition, a special focus of the peace mission will be on the transfer of power on January 20, 2021 to the election winner Joe Biden, recognized by the international community.
Trump’s authoritarian leadership style has been criticized internationally for years. His election as president caused astonishment worldwide, given the fact that he was elected by around three million fewer people than his challenger Hillary Clinton.
After taking office, the 74-year-old promoted members of his family clan into powerful positions and diverted public funds to his companies. He regularly threatens opposition politicians with prison terms. In terms of foreign policy, he has increasingly isolated his country – his closest friend on the international stage is the North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un.
The mission of the blue helmet troops is extremely delicate: Many of Trump’s supporters are heavily armed, organized in militias and completely unpredictable. Trump himself is worshiped by them as a kind of invincible deity that neither viruses nor law nor reason can stop.