Trump [the Master of Silence] tells His Believers Exactly What They Want to Hear by Saying Nothing About Racism

Complicit President. Racism/white supremacy is carried out by deception and/or violence. In above photos, Trump has silently approved of violence against non-whites and whites against racism by, for instance, failing to condemn the bombing a of Mosque in Minnesota last Saturday, which in turn has emboldened his Neuropean & Neuropeon votary to do things such as have meaningless violent marches about statues in Charlottesville or desecrate the Willow Gove Baptist church in McLennan County. Last Tuesday, graffiti bearing Nazi symbolism, the word “Satan” and Trump was found at the predominantly Black church scribbled in ketchup and mustard. [MORE]

The following Zen koan may provide better understanding. By Osho Rajineesh From [HERE]

There was a monk who called himself “The Master of Silence.”

Actually he was a fraud and had no genuine understanding.

To sell his humbug Zen he had two eloquent attendant monks

to answer questions for him,
but, as if to show his inscrutable silent Zen,
he himself never uttered a word.

One day, during the absence of his two attendants,

a pilgrim came to him and asked:
Master, what is the Buddha?

Not knowing what to do, or how to answer,

he looked desperately around in all directions

for his missing mouthpieces.

The pilgrim, apparently pleased and satisfied,

thanked the master, and set out again on his journey.

On the road the pilgrim met the two attendant monks

on their way home.
He began telling them enthusiastically
what an enlightened being this Master of Silence is.

He said: I asked him what Buddha is
and he immediately turned his face to the east and to the west

implying that human beings are always looking for Buddha
here and there, but actually,
Buddha is not to be found in any such directions.
Oh what an enlightened master he is,

and how profound his teachings!

When the attendant monks returned,

the Master of Silence scolded them thus:

Where have you been all this time?

A while ago I was embarrassed to death and almost ruined

by an inquisitive pilgrim. [MORE]