Vivek Ramaswamy, A wealthy ‘anti-woke’ activist announces his Presidential bid for 2024, as a Republic Party candidate.
Vivek Ramaswamy, 37, is a former biotechnology executive, hedge fund partner, multi-millionaire, entrepreneur, and author. Apparently, his agenda is centered on opposition to social justice activism.
In a video that was recently launched by a news media, he was seen to be signaling towards his focus of the election campaign, that being conservative or being a cultural victim, iced by a social and political perspective on the effects of racism and other bigoted forms of discrimination.
“Faith, Patriotism, and hard work have disappeared, only to be replaced by a new secular religion like Covidism, Climatism, and Gender Ideology.” Said Ramaswamy in the much-debated video along with his tweet.
Ramaswamy has reflected that if elected, his first action is to repeal Executive Order 11246, in order to establish diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. His agenda is apparently to claim an “anti-woke” USA since he considers that woke culture is ruining traditional faith, diversity, religious beliefs, and patriotism.
Standing in the 21st century, especially on a date like 2023, Ramasamy is still pretty confident and socially ignorant to acknowledge any kind of gender expression and its public acceptance and considers queerness, and especially transgender identity as “artificial sources of identity or skin-deep sources” which he is completely against off and is sad that it has become a replacement of values based on “a household, the family, the state, the nation, a God.”
The Video Vivek Ramaswamy Shared
The video apparently revealed that he indeed is a transphobe, while regarding “ transgenderism” under his lists of misled, secular religions along with Covidism, climatism, as concepts or modernly evolved secular religions, implying that all of these are either a problem (implying gender expression and identity) or a conspiracy to avoid progress (implying that fossil fuels and advanced usage of nuclear-powered resources could also prevent climate change) or a negligible issue (stating Covid or the pandemic is an unnecessary objective to focus on, although no other federal officials have promoted such an approach)
Apart from Ramaswamy, possible contenders are expected to be Florida’s Governor, Ron DeSantis, and Mike Pence, Trump’s former vice president.
Now to give a little background check, Ramaswami has no such registered national, polling, or political recognition which might make people skeptical about him, pulling off this candidacy. But however, being the founder of Roivant sciences, a SoftBank-backed healthcare company in 2004, this biotic entrepreneur has a net worth of $500 million, and possibly can afford an independent political operation considering his personal bankroll.
In a Twitter post, Vivek recently stated “affirmative action. Abundant climate religion. The 8-year sunset clause is for bureaucrats. Make political expression a civil right. Ban added to social media under age 16. Declared independence from the Chinese Communist party.
Embrace fossil fools and nuclear. Decimate drug cartels. And do it without apology.” And promising further that there would be more to his ideas for his candidacy and make sure to keep them if he wins.
Ramaswamy’s idea of America’s biggest challenge, being a national identity crisis is quite concerning since apart from the Past republican or right-wing presidencies or candidacies,
Vivek Ramaswamy does not back away from openly acknowledging his fascist propaganda and while it becomes a Socio-political crisis and problem, it is concerning to address that this may become the face of one of the world’s most powerful democracies.
The political power of the US always has an important hold on world politics and economies, and its potential face of it has a crucial role to play in what the bigger picture might look like. It still is yet to be seen the public motivation towards Ramaswamy’s stance, but it probably will not be a healthy fight.
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