Trump – Telling it like it is!

So take it from Fred Trump- I have studied his styled pattern of speaking and its inadequate, hostile, puerile, disjointed, repetitive, disruptive indicating if its by choice though i doubt it. Its in the Autistic realm, with obvious signs of early onset of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Fred Trump is Donald’s father  who suffered with the dreaded neurological disease. Trumps Theater of the Absurd personality clouded perception, but finally its clear, Donald just needs Drug Therapy and rehabilitative therapy , which he will never allow util the illness is full blown or the CIA takes him out.

Finally an image that says 10,000 words or Russian for lets kiss before we fuck the world over!




The news finally reported – I love lists and telling it like it is – Trump did nothing but theater. His campaign was a movie, a Spaghetti western but finally people had enough.

The Donald went Rogue. He used his incomparable talents to vent, create, insult and challenge not only America but the world. He placed himself into a petri dish and we all watched as he exposed himself under the world’s microscope. Yes, he makes for Great TV – as in his series, where he called the shots but suddenly he was no longer on reality TV and he forgot that. Or he forgot that despite what he says – it’s not real.

Flags should fly at half-mast -signifying the end of the reign of the King of self-promotion. His rating is F- as in fail or Z as in the end of the alphabet. His was the throwing himself on the sword of voluminous hate mongering verbiage. He was so fixated with Dante’s Paradiso that he threw himself into hell. For no reason.

Broadway will go Dark when the performance has ended. It’s the death of his legend.

So Bye Bye Bye!

The most outrageous Donald Trump quotes, ever

  1. “An ‘extremely credible source’ has called my office and told me that Barack Obama’s birth certificate is a fraud”

Trump was determined to ‘expose’ President Obama’s birthplace back in 2012, and even claimed to have sent investigators to Hawaii in the hopes of proving Obama wasn’t born in the United States.

  1. “Robert Pattinson should not take back Kristen Stewart. She cheated on him like a dog & will do it again – just watch. He can do much better!”

Clearly Donald is a Team Edward kind of guy…

  1. “Ariana Huffington is unattractive, both inside and out. I fully understand why her former husband left her for a man – he made a good decision.”

Trump always has charming things to say about successful, prominent women – but he stooped particularly low with this comment about Huffington Post founder.

  1. “You know, it really doesn’t matter what the media write as long as you’ve got a young, and beautiful, piece of ass.” 

Trump proves (again) that he views a woman’s looks over anything else…

  1. “I will build a great wall – and nobody builds walls better than me, believe me – and I’ll build them very inexpensively. I will build a great, great wall on our southern border, and I will make Mexico pay for that wall. Mark my words.” 

Oh for goodness sake.

  1. “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending the best. They’re not sending you, they’re sending people that have lots of problems and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bring crime. They’re rapists… And some, I assume, are good people.” 

Just another casually racial slur, then…

  1. “Our great African-American President hasn’t exactly had a positive impact on the thugs who are so happily and openly destroying Baltimore.” Don’t worry, his racist outbursts aren’t just directed at Mexico.9. “If I were running ‘The View’, I’d fire Rosie O’Donnell. I mean, I’d look at her right in that fat, ugly face of hers, I’d say ‘Rosie, you’re fired.’” 

Trump has infamously hated on Rosie O’Donnell, making crude, sexist and misogynistic remarks about her on multiple occasions.

10. “All of the women on The Apprentice flirted with me – consciously or unconsciously. That’s to be expected.” 

Because of course, no woman can resist Trump’s charms. [Throws up on keyboard]

11. “One of they key problems today is that politics is such a disgrace. Good people don’t go into government.” 

Well at least he’s showing some self awareness.

  1. “The beauty of me is that I’m very rich.” 

And not that fabulous barnet of yours?

  1. “It’s freezing and snowing in New York – we need global warming!” 

Definitely not missing the point…

  1. “I’ve said if Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her.” 

Possibly (/definitely) one of the creepiest things we’ve ever heard…

  1. “My fingers are long and beautiful, as, it has been well documented, are various other parts of my body.” Ew.
  2. “I have never seen a thin person drinking Diet Coke.” 

We’re glad he’s so concerned about the obesity crisis.

  1. “I think the only difference between me and the other candidates is that I’m more honest and my women are more beautiful.” 

Women aren’t possessions, Donald. They can’t belong to you.

  1. “You’re disgusting.” 

To put this into context, Donald Trump said this to the opposing lawyer during a court case when she asked for a medical break to pump breast milk for her three-month-old daughter.

  1. “The point is, you can never be too greedy.” 

Campaign slogan = sorted.

  1. “Sorry, there is no STAR on the stage tonight!”

In his Twitter liveblogging of the Democratic debate, Trump seemed to think he was watching a talent show rather than looking for the next POTUS.

21. “My Twitter has become so powerful that I can actually make my enemies tell the truth.”

We think Donald may be overestimating the power of Twitter.

22. “My IQ is one of the highest — and you all know it! Please don’t feel so stupid or insecure; it’s not your fault.”

Don’t worry, we won’t.

23. “I have so many fabulous friends who happen to be gay, but I am a traditionalist.”

What does that even mean?

24. “The other candidates — they went in, they didn’t know the air conditioning didn’t work. They sweated like dogs…How are they gonna beat ISIS? I don’t think it’s gonna happen.” 

Because sweating = the inability to solve a political crisis. Gotcha.

25. “Look at those hands, are they small hands? And, [Republican rival Marco Rubio] referred to my hands: ‘If they’re small, something else must be small.’ I guarantee you there’s no problem. I guarantee.”

Along with the petition to keep him out of the UK, can we also campaign for Trump to stop talking about his penis?

  1. “Thanks sweetie. That’s nice”

Said Donald in typically patronising style to a female 9/11 survivor. Inappropriate – and quite creepy.

  1. “Lyin’ Ted Cruz just used a picture of Melania from a shoot in his ad. Be careful, Lyin’ Ted, or I will spill the beans on your wife!”

Threatening your opponent’s wife on Twitter? Stay classy, Don…

  1. “I was down there, and I watched our police and our firemen, down on 7-Eleven, down at the World Trade Center, right after it came down”


Ah 7-Eleven, great convenience store, and def not to be confused with a national tragedy and symbol of global terrorism, eh Trump?

29. “The only card [Hillary Clinton] has is the woman’s card. She’s got nothing else to offer and frankly, if Hillary Clinton were a man, I don’t think she’d get 5 percent of the vote. The only thing she’s got going is the woman’s card, and the beautiful thing is, women don’t like her.”

Speaking from a, errr, woman’s perspective, we reckon ol’ Trumpy may be a little off with this one.

30. “Number one, I have great respect for women. I was the one that really broke the glass ceiling on behalf of women, more than anybody in the construction industry.”

Trump the Ubermensch 

One should consider Nietzsche’s the will to power (Germander Wille zur Macht) is a prominent concept in the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche. The will to power describes what Nietzsche may have believed to be the main driving force in humans – achievement, ambition, and the striving to reach the highest possible position in life. These are all manifestations of the will to power.


Each form of life has a particular constitution, with its instincts having different strengths, such that certain conditions will favour its form of life. This brings different types of life into conflict with each other, as each wants different conditions to prevail: ‘life itself in its essence means appropriating, injuring, overpowering those who are foreign and weaker’, though this language suggests that such activity is immoral, when it is simply a function of being alive.


That the instinctual life of human beings is the will to power – to evaluative claims about the new philosophers. But what is natural is not necessarily what is good, or again, we cannot infer from how things are to how things should be. Just because life is the will to power does not make the will to power a standard of what should be valued. IN DJT the Ubermensch, the will to power is a will to political power.


Nietzsche’s affirmation that “God is dead”, mirrors DJT in that he is GOD. . Nietzsche distinguishes and DJT affirms that between two types of morality: the “master morality” and the “slave morality”. The first is applicable to the leaders of society, who create their own values for themselves. The “slave morality” is applicable to the herd and according to its standards the behaviour of masters is accounted as evil. But masters, are subject to their own principles, different to the norms enacted for the herd that favour mediocrity and prevent the development of higher-level persons: the true leaders.


A passage from one of Nietzsche’s works is appropriate as a description of DJT attitudes in life:

“For believe me- the secret of realising the greatest fruitfulness and the greatest enjoyment of existence is to live dangerously! Build your cities on the slopes of the Vesuvius! Send your ships out into uncharted seas! Live in conflict with your equals and
with yourselves! Be robbers and ravagers as long as you cannot be rulers or owners, you men of knowledge!


Alexis Papazoglou, a philosophy expert at Royal Holloway, analyses what’s happening in the so-called post-truth era. He explains that philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche (1844 – 1900) saw the post-truth Trump era a long way off. The philosophy lecturer underscores how it’s more important than ever to actively seek out alternative views to sense-check our understanding of truth, which is challenging as we live in our algorithm-induced information echo chambers. That requires a sophisticated reflective approach to making sense of the world, yet most people aren’t aware of the social media subtleties that are making a dramatic impact on life as we know it. Papazoglou’s article is a reminder that we should all expect more post-truth shocks, wherever we are in the world. – Jackie Cameron


I, Cristoph De Caermichael predicted TRUMPERIKA long before he decided. I was acutely aware of the USA zeitgeist and that we, the world was heading to war. A war that would only arrive if DJT was President of the USA.


Trump is the will of the commoner represented, just as an awful populist , he appeals to the most plebeian aspects of the people, has no real education or self control, he is a businessman and not a great one at that. To compare Trump to the Ubermensch is to compare a slug to an eagle, he pretends to be strong by being uncontrolled, the more empty you are the more noisy you have to be.


“One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship.” 
― George Orwell1984


“Trump received another devastating blow Monday when 50 former national security officials, who all served under Republican presidents, released a harshly critical signed letter stating that, “(Trump) would be the most reckless president in American history.” The officials included Michael Chertoff and Tom Ridge, both former secretaries of homeland security, Michael Hayden, a former director of the CIA and the NSA, and John Negroponte, a former director of national intelligence and deputy secretary of state.

“He appears to lack basic knowledge about and belief in the U.S. Constitution, U.S. laws and institutions, including religious tolerance, freedom of the press and an independent judiciary,” the letter says. The officials continued, “he persistently compliments our adversaries and threatens our allies and friends. Unlike previous Presidents who had limited experience in foreign affairs, Mr. Trump has shown no interest in educating himself. He continues to display an alarming ignorance of basic facts of contemporary international politics.”
JOSE have you seen … by the dawn early light – uranus has blown trumpo clear into space.”




The Pdf is his astrological chart. Its a humdinger. Its unfettered by any rules or concerns and its pure Uranus. Trump did it his way, all the way for Hillary to become President. Yes he made that “B” Famous.

“Regrets I have a few but then again too few too mention”. Crooned Frank Sinatra. Is the best Defense an offense? Donald Trump and all the trumpettes think so. The collection of the trumpettes with “The Donald” as the purveyor of the real truth, is under global peruse. As the campaign  teeters and totters and candidates are tossed on the rubbish heap. “The Don” seems to swim unerringly upstream as the salmon must return to spawn. “The Don” as a biological imperative to succeed at all costs. Regardless of the actual outcome, Donald Trump has already won. He may not win the presidency but that point is moot. He won

This quote just in – Business Insider”

  • “A potential Donald Trump presidency terrifies people worldwide. His racism bullying and enthusiasm for violence are a great concern for onlookers. But we see a positive in Trump’s candidacy: We can improve our critical thinking by using him as an example of how people spread misinformation.And there is no shortage of material to work with, given Trump’s firehose of falsehoods.”

So far all this vain glorious rhetoric is relegated to the browning of America in particular the Mexicans and the Muslim population.  If factions exist, as they do and not without reason, the language to describe these factions is never ever going to be politically correct. The opposition is using Political Correctness as a placebo, to disgrace “The Donald’.

Self-possessed, billionaire, Donald Trump may appear superficially arrogant, dense in his belligerence and bluntness. But is he wrong in what he says? Political correctness is a semantically driven language that white washes racism and bigotry.  But does it take away or reduce the situation that we are currently faced with? The critics want to diminish Trump and his vociferous loquacious strumpeting. His words sound harsh, inhumane and brutal.

Trump is sounding as the (fuehrer)  furor, as the media so ridiculously attributed to his verbal brandishment. What he is saying is ferocious, a fury of words. Words that only respond to the Brutal acts of the Paris attacks that were ferocious. Words that barely describe the over 2 billion in loses that France racked up in the first 2 weeks after these “attacks. So if Donald Trump uses hate language, he is only speaking the truth of the recent outrage. Yes, you want to damn him for his right to say what he thinks. Yes, he is quoting in his outrage, an eye for an eye, a biblical notion that reeks of vengeance. Vengeance is best as a dish served cold, a perceptual act of rational deliberation. Assuming that acts of mass destruction are rational.  Last time I checked they were considered acts of madness and war.

The Paris attacks were served up coldly – rationally – deliberately. Years of planning took place. The Bataclan and Paris attackers were on a mission that was well financed and executed that involved Syria, France, Belgium, Saudi Arabia, The United States and all of NATO. So it’s the pundit-esque bigotry that Trump spews, which offends people.  Yet, in the near future, whoever is elected to the highest position in the land that is the USA, will find themselves, doing precisely as Trump as suggested.  Precise in execution but not in oratory. Trump is suggesting, he is only using statements that sound as inflamed oratory as a prodding tool for his round about questions.

Questions as statements are Trumps, stock in trade. He is not asking but stating. He wants you to accept his vision, so blinding is his brilliance and that offends.  You want him to be polite, but let’s say that 911 was a polite request on the psyche of the world. It was not. No one asked, it was just unleashed, the hounds of hell brayed September 11, 2001 and we froze in time for years. The Paris attacks on Black Friday the 13th, unleashed another ring of Dante’s inferno. San Bernardino California, well that was just the swearing in of the not so polite tenor of the US homegrown terrorists that Trump was so bitterly denouncing.

EYESYS, EYESYL and its ever evolving acronyms, blasted, slaughtered and bitch slapped its way into human consciousness.  As if we required it. Yet, it’s Trump that is becoming known as the Inglorious Bastard and many other names including the fictitious Lord Valmont, the third Reich’s Adolf Hitler and I add Slobodan Milosevic.  It was Milosevic that rounded up Bosnian Muslims and did perform acts of ethnic cleansing. Yet his name was never mentioned in the barrage of name calling. Names that are being broadcasted due to his “style” And what is his, Trumps’ style? Saying it like it is. What do you say about these attacks? They are horrific, fear inspiring, the brutality shocks the senses, and the images never leave you.

We are responding to a global trauma, the gilded reality that is Paris and France was scorched. Paris and the world has to rise above it all. Rhetoric is just a verbal and written tool, nothing more or less.  Yes, we are being urged to take action and it’s an action we do not take lightly, neither do the words of Donald Trump, in the end he is only asking, “until we know what is going on” these words were less emphatically reported, as they diluted his thunder.

Milosevic’s ethnic cleansing was the persecution of a people for race and religion killing over 3,500 children in the streets of Sarajevo. This former Muslim genocide, strikes the fragile Muslim psyche adding to a beleaguered history.  A psyche enduring more wrath from EYESYS, EYESYL than from any western influence.

Trump is asking for “a control” to protect the world from these radical Islamists who are performing their own acts of ethnic cleaning. These acts have nothing to do with Islam but they do create islamophobia which is a tool which is required to further recruit soldiers to their cause. Their cause is greed, corruption and war. These are soldiers for the secret Saudi Army. An army built to manipulate power and the wealth of the Arab world. The Arab world but not the Muslim world. Such a distinction is required.

Donald Trump’s, in your face remarks are brusque, unpleasant and an acquired taste that is gaining support. With that support there is remarkable resistance based on his words, but that is the language of politics. The Ernst while comrades in arms that are battling for the throne of the United States, are parsing, deflecting, criticizing Trump’s distinct brand of oratory. He is railing against Dale Carnegie’s how to win friends and influence people in preference of Norman Vincent Peale’s appeal of “Stand up to your obstacles and do something about them. You will find that they haven’t half the strength you think they have.”

Trump prefers, at this moment, the Baptist approach of fire and brimstone and the wrath of God, as he may be one day, perform the most powerful right of God, in the taking of further Innocent lives by his hand as the CEO of America. Like the attacks on France, many innocent lives were lost and that is what people are afraid off. Forgetting that any war is an act of inhumanity, coining words such as collateral damage.

Again whomever assumes the United States, Commander in Chief is going to be faced with these same situations. Trump is unabashedly direct, rude, pompous, vain glorious and absolutely proud of it. That pride offends people, it may be his Achilles heel, something that his combatants will attach to, while glorying in undisputed blood thirst. America wants a Hollywood ending, they want to see, their leader, search their soul, ask the American people to guide them in their hours of future need.  Humility, Nauseam  Ad Infitium, that false pathos is not a path that Trump wants to adopt at this time.

War was declared and war is forecasted. It’s evident that Trump does not have a Press secretary. One who writes his speeches, choosing words carefully as Trump lets his words fly as do their consequences.  American citizenry seems to have amnesia, forgetting that since 2002, the United States invaded and occupied two countries with Muslim populations, Iraq and Afghanistan and bombed Somalia, Syria, Yemen, and Pakistan. There is overwhelming evidence that the majority of the bombing victims are innocent civilians. America has targeted only 41 terrorists for “extrajudicial” assassination, but it has also killed 1,147 people.

So in reality it’s the American populace that is allowing delusional language by the other candidates to dilute an extraordinary truth.  America is already at war, with many Islamic caliphates. So Trump’s rhetoric is on the nose. There is a refreshing intimacy that Donald has with not only Americans but with the word. We all know Donald Trump from his many television shows and his real estate empire is global. So we know him and he knows us, in ways that such familiarity has bred some contempt. But it’s honest familiarity, and to that I will add another name calling – Honest Abe Lincoln who may also visit a bizarre mantle on to Trump, if the threats continue and are realized. The mantle is assassination.

But who has declared war on freedom and the purported response vis a vis Paris and Syria? State sponsorship of terrorism through NATO and Saudi Arabia supported the raise of eyesys. Politics always plays a role despite the people’s directive. The objective is forever key. The original objective was one of control of petrol dollars that went out of control. Greed one of the seventh deadliest sins wins the heart and soul of eyesys. And to that we add murder. The recent trampling of Islamic devotees at Haj, 2015 was seen by many as the will of Allah. A Karmic retribution in the making for 911.

In recent weeks the war in Syria, ostensibly against the Islamic State or Daesh, led to the Russian Federation, on September 30, responding to the pleas from the President of the Syrian Arab Republic. Russia began a highly effective bombing campaign in support of the Syrian Government Army.

France, Germany and the UK also sent forces to “fight ISIS” in Syria, after the November 13th attacks in Paris. And added to this chaos, the United States claims that its planes have been surgically bombing ISIS sites for more than a year.

The role of Saudi Arabia requires reexamination.In June, 2015 Russian President Putin and Saudi Defense Minister Prince Salman met, and the Saudi monarchy gave a carefully cultivated impression of rapprochement with former arch-enemy Russia. The long procession of Arab leaders going to Moscow and Sochi in recent months to meet President Putin gave the impression of another Berlin wall collapsing.

What is emerging, since the Turkish deliberate ambush of the Russian SU-24 jet inside Syrian airspace, is that Russia is not merely fighting a war against ISIS terrorists, nor against the ISIS backers in Turkey. Russia is unwittingly taking on, a more dangerous plot. A plot that includes the hidden role of Saudi Arabia and its new monarch, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and his son, the Defense Minister, Prince Salman.

German media has focused on the rising role of the King’s son, 30-year-old Prince Mohammed bin Salman and his” policy “Prince Salman is Defense Minister and led the Kingdom, into a mad war, code-named by Salman as “Operation Decisive Storm,” in neighboring Yemen. Saudis headed a coalition of Arab states that includes Egypt, Morocco, Jordan, Sudan, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar and Bahrain. The Prince is also head of the Saudi Economic Council which he created.

History has recorded in the early 1950’s, that then CIA Cairo Station Chief Miles Copeland organized the transfer of the Muslim Brotherhood, banned in Egypt for an alleged assassination attempt against Nasser, to Saudi Arabia.

Since then there has existed a perverse marriage of the Saudi monarchy and radical “Islamic” terrorist organizations. John Loftus, a former US Justice Department official describes, by the joining of Egypt’s Muslim Brothers and Saudi strict Islam, “they combined the doctrines of Nazism with this weird Islamic cult, Wahhabism.”

The CIA secretly persuaded the Saudi monarchy in 1954 to help rebuild the banned Muslim Brotherhood, thereby creating a fusion of the Brotherhood with Saudi ultra-fundamentalist Wahhabi Islam and, of course, backed by the vast Saudi oil riches. The CIA planned to use the Saudi Muslim Brothers to wield a weapon across the entire Muslim world against feared Soviet incursions. A fanatical young terrorist named Osama bin Laden of 911 infamy, rose out of this marriage in Hell between the Brotherhood and Wahhabite Saudi Islam.

In late 1970, King Salman helped create Osama bin Laden’s Al Qaeda. Salman worked with bin Laden’s Saudi intelligence “handler,” then-head of Saudi Intelligence, Prince Turki Al-Faisal and the Saudi-financed Muslim World League. In the true sense, we understand that ISIS is simply a “Saudi army in disguise.”

EYESYS and its ancestors were always ascribed as a phony religious cover, as what emerges is a Saudi plot to grab some of the world’s largest oil reserves. The reserves of the Sunni parts of Iraq, and of Syria and using the criminal Turkish regime in the role of thugs. Moscow is not supposed to be conscious of this larger dimension, but recent events prove otherwise.

The monarchy of King Salman and his hot-headed son, Prince Salman have for decades financed terrorism under a fake religious disguise, to advance their private plutocratic agenda. It has nothing to do with Allah Akbar religion, and everything to do with money and oil. Donald Trump’s theme song for his show “Apprentice” Money, Money, Money is definitely at the root of this evil.

A look at the ISIS map from Iraq to Syria shows that the target was the oil riches of those two sovereign states. Saudi control of that oil wealth via their ISIS agents, along with her clear plan to take out the US shale oil competition, would make the Saudi monarchy a vastly richer state.

Such convoluted thinking was at play in the Iraq invasion of Kuwait, as the Iraqis believed that Iraqi oil was being pumped out from the gulf in Kuwait. There was no understanding that oil does not flow like water down from a higher elevation to the sea. That was the rational that the Iraqis employed to bring a war to a neighboring state. Operation Desert Storm followed. Arab thinking is world’s away from the western mind set. Its lost in the myth and mists of time. All this eyesys, hullabaloo is just that, ficken scheissen. A deadly dastardly version.

So while Trump may be ridiculed in the Press for his bombastic and at times silly remarks he is way ahead of the pack in dealing with the Eyesys protocols. Islamophobia, clearly is a tool of Eyesys and of the Saudis. Or Vice versa. The Donald is doing this his way and it’s not a bad thing.  Comparative honesty is the best policy. And Donald wielding his brand of intellect akin to the Thor’s mighty hammer. There is no sword of Damocles here or the wisdom of Solomon, its just pure vice. Power for the sake of power. The objective is clear.

Recent news links “The Donald” in a bromance with Vladimir Putin. Putin is the esteemed leader of  Russia, who is now in bed with Saudi Arabia and now it seems the United States via the esteemed leader of Freedom of Speech, Donald Trump.

This will imply a wiliness of the fox at play.Putin and Trump are very aware of all the Saudis plotting, both will gain substantially. Trump does not need the Presidency of America but America may require Trump as president. Trump can boldly go where no mortal man dare to enter.

Pandora’s box has been breached and so is the peace time equilibrium of the rest of the world. Islamaphobia was created by the Saudi’s to distract the world from seeing its dark plotting for the oil riches of Syria, its latest target. Putin wants to control the oil in Europe and has bedded the Saudi’s. Trump just happened upon this debacle through his desire to rule the world. Megalomania rules supreme in all cases and the world is being held hostage as all this unravels in 2016. Saudi Arabia, the known funder of etesys and the United States are Allies. Russia and Saudi Arabia are now allies in an unholy war in the quest for the billions made in oil. And we the rest of the world are hostages in this triumvirate.


Cristoph De Caermichael for Indistinct Chatter.


Clinton laced into Trump during the Dec. 19 Democratic debate, calling the poll-leading candidate the best recruiter for the Islamic State, and claiming there was video evidence. “He is becoming ISIS’s best recruiter,” the former secretary of state claimed. “They are going to people showing videos of Donald Trump insulting Islam and Muslims in order to recruit more radical jihadists. So I want to explain why this is not in America’s interest to react with this kind of fear and respond to this sort of bigotry.”

Critics of the remark pointed to recruiting materials from the terrorist group that showed images of Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, but Trump was absent.

“It’s the Democrats’ total weakness & incompetence that gave rise to ISIS — not a tape of Donald Trump that was an admitted Hillary lie!” Trump tweeted December 21.

Clinton stood by the comments, telling an Iowa crowd on December 22 that Trump’s remarks have made their way around the world, onto television screens of those who could seek to do the country harm.


  1. Muslims in the White House, Muslims in Congress, Muslims on the Supreme Court …

Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson touched off a firestorm of criticism with his remarks about the religious values of elected officials in September. During an interview on “Meet the Press,” NBC News’ Chuck Todd asked him if he agreed with the notion that a president’s faith should matter to voters.

“Well, I guess it depends on what that faith is. If it’s inconsistent with the values and principles of America, then of course it should matter. But if it fits within the realm of America and consistent with the Constitution, no problem,” Carson said, before Todd asked if he found Islam, for instance, to be consistent.

“No, I don’t, I do not,” Carson said, continuing unprompted, “I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation. I absolutely would not agree with that.”

He later clarified that he would not necessarily have a problem with Muslim officials in office, including on the Supreme Court, so long as they renounced Sharia law.


  1. ‘I would bomb the sh– out of them’

One day before ISIL terrorists killed 130 people in France, Trump ratcheted up his calls to bomb the terrorist group and its oil holdings in the Middle East.

“ISIS is making a tremendous amount of money because of the oil that they took away, they have some in Syria, they have some in Iraq, I would bomb the sh– out of them,” Trump told a crowd in Fort Dodge, Iowa, on November 12. “I would just bomb those suckers, and that’s right, I’d blow up the pipes, I’d blow up the refineries, I’d blow up every single inch, there would be nothing left.”

  1. Glowing sand

Cruz, under attack for his past vote to curb government surveillance, appeared to follow Trump’s lead in calling for mercilessly blasting ISIL to smithereens. The Texas senator on Dec. 5 vowed to pursue the terrorist group with the full might and measure of the U.S. military.

“We will utterly destroy ISIS,” he said in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. “We will carpet-bomb them into oblivion. I don’t know if sand can glow in the dark, but we’re going to find out!”


Authored by Frank Lutz, originally posted at The FT,

I spent three hours in a deep dialogue focus group with 29 Trump supporters. The phenomenon of “The Donald” is rooted in a psyche far deeper and more consequential than next November’s presidential election. His support denotes an abiding distrust in — and disrespect for — the governing elite. These individuals do not like being told by Washington or Wall Street what is best for them, do not like the direction America is headed in, and disdain President Barack Obama and his (perceived) circle of self-righteous, tone-deaf governing partisans.

Trump voters are not just angry — they want revenge.

Mr Trump has adroitly filled the vacuum of vitriol, establishing himself as the bold, brash, take-no-prisoners megaphone for the frustrated masses. They see him as the antidote to all that Mr Obama has made wrong with America. So to understand why millions love Mr Trump so much, you have to take a step back and listen to why they hate Mr Obama so much.

Here, my Trump voter focus group was particularly illuminating. Some still believe the president is not Christian. Many believe he does not love America. And just about all of them think he does not reflect the values the country was built upon. Indeed, within this growing faction, Mr Trump has licence to say just about anything. As we have seen repeatedly, the more outrageous the accusation, the more receptive the ear.

Mr Trump delights in unleashing harsh attacks on Jeb Bush, the Republican establishment and the “mainstream media”. His childlike joy in ridiculing his critics is tantamount to  a healing balm for the millions who have felt silenced, ignored and even scorned by the governing and media elite for so long. Is it any wonder that his declaration of war against “political correctness” is his most potent and predictable applause line?

Cristoph DeCaermichael

Exactly my point –


All in all this sums it up – is it better to squat or sit on Trump!





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