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The Tools of the Dictator----Fear, A Scapegoat, Intimidation and Donald Trump

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posted on Feb, 26 2016 @ 08:34 AM
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originally posted by: kendix1960
a reply to: [post=20412157] Logarock:

Trump's egomania and tendency to scapegoat and dislike people who are of different races and origins stems from a gross inferiority complex requiring him to over compensate by lashing out at anyone who disagrees with his views. That is what makes him a dangerous racist zenophobe, demagogue, and megalomaniac. We can't trust a person with his kind of hair trigger temper with America's nuclear arsenal.!



His lashing out.....thats just the frustration of his superior intellect. Small minds have a tendency to irritate greater minds is all that is. As far as the other stuff, he is a wealthy white man so its automatic then for stereotyping dolts to attribute these characteristics to the man. By the way "you are fired".




posted on Feb, 26 2016 @ 08:42 AM
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a reply to: Logarock

It is Trump who is small minded and of inferior intellect. His lashing out at others is ego driven and a cover up for his own many inadequacies. He has fired many and, in my opinion, has inspired none!

All the best to you. We're all entitled to see things differently.



posted on Feb, 26 2016 @ 08:53 AM
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originally posted by: kendix1960
a reply to: [post=20412471] VictorVonDoom

But Trump does it by racially profiling immigrants, with empty pompous ego driven rhetoric, and promising to make America great again when he really only intends to make Trump great. He is the typical megalomaniac and zenophobic would be dictator totally in love with himself! He is nothing but an insulting bully with no respect for women, minorities, or for anyone who disagrees with him. Bottom line: it's always all about him and only him!


Yea not putting up with the modern day female inquisition from high atop its high chair. Yea thats bad. He must have missed the memo on how to act when women take that "tone". Dons a bad boy for dat. And yea he married a Czechoslovakian woman and another from Yugoslavia so yea that would make him very xenophobic but we will need to forgive him for that since both women are smoking red hot. He may be many things with women but not mastrophobic which is probably what pissed whats her name off.
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posted on Feb, 26 2016 @ 09:02 AM
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originally posted by: kendix1960
a reply to: Logarock

It is Trump who is small minded and of inferior intellect. His lashing out at others is ego driven and a cover up for his own many inadequacies. He has fired many and, in my opinion, has inspired none!

All the best to you. We're all entitled to see things differently.



Well at least he's not a push over or hyper sensitive nice guy to cover for a generalized inferiority complex. And yes he is of inadequate stuff to be a modern day example of castration both mentally and otherwise.



posted on Feb, 26 2016 @ 09:13 AM
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a reply to: Logarock

I agree with you on two points, although not from the same perspective. Trump sure isn't sensitive and he sure isn't a nice guy!



posted on Feb, 26 2016 @ 10:59 AM
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When trump says make America great again. What decade is he referring too?


Who said anything about a certain decade?

You could assume the meeting from his book:
www.wnd.com...

But basically, I think we all want to see America back on top, as a leading producer of goods, respected by allies, feared by enemies, and promoting our interests and way of life all over the world.

Picking a decade, one could highlight the good things (like in the 50's, having a solid job, pension, etc.) but then foks would inevitably then pick and choose the bad things of the same decade (like race relations, etc.). So, that's why the slogan doesn't include a decade. It's a mindset. Oddly enough, it was actually one of Reagan's slogans as well.



posted on Feb, 26 2016 @ 11:16 AM
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a reply to: Gazrok

We all want America back on top, decade notwithstanding, but Trump will not make America great again. He will make America unrecognizable, and I just shudder to think of that guy as President. We just can't allow him to use the White House as his headquarters for personal aggrandizement. Apparently he no longer gets enough kicks from just running his casinos, hotels, and saying "you're fired."



posted on Feb, 26 2016 @ 02:17 PM
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a reply to: [post=20417984] Gazrok:

Time to see who can best be able to defeat the very disingenuous Hillary Clinton in November. My choice is a ticket consisting of Governor Kasich of Ohio and Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida. We don't want to have a Trump v Clinton election where, as in the song, "Mrs. Robinson," "any which way you look at it, you lose."



posted on Feb, 26 2016 @ 05:18 PM
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a reply to: [post=20413946] MysticMushroom:

Chris Christie's endorsement of Donald Trump is a major disappointment to me. I thought Christie himself was a good candidate when he was still in the race. Now I know he and Trump have been friends for over a decade. But to also join Trump in putting down Marco Rubio just adds more salt to the wound. Utterly Disgusting! Politics sure makes for strange bedfellows!



posted on Feb, 29 2016 @ 10:20 PM
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a reply to: [post=20419366] MysticMushroom:

I wonder how many Trump supporters are aware of Sir Donald's business dealings with Mafia figures in construction projects and deals.

I also wonder how many Trump supporters are aware of his refusal to disavow David Duke, a well known skin head and fascist sympathizer and former KKK leader.

Just a couple more reasons to dump the Trump and to realize this fellow is as corrupt and unprincipled a politician as they come.

And the Trump University financial fraud case shows he is also a con artist and scammer!

It's high time to send Donald back to his casinos and other business interests. Time to send him almost anywhere as long as it is far away from the White House.



posted on Mar, 2 2016 @ 02:45 PM
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a reply to: [post=20418625] Gazrok:

There is still a way to deny Donald Trump the Republican nomination for President. Kasich and Rubio must hang in there until the convention this summer and win the Florida and California winner take all primaries. Trump would then likely fail to achieve majority on the first ballot so that delegates could change their votes on subsequent ballots.

Perhaps an acceptable compromise candidate who could defeat Hillary Clinton would then emerge at the convention, win the nomination, and unite the party for the 11/8/2016 general election.

Per the above scenario, we could avoid four more years of Obama like policies which we'd get from Clinton, and, at the same time, avoid a dictatorship in America that we'd get from Trump!



posted on Mar, 3 2016 @ 04:54 PM
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a reply to: [post=20438409 ]Gazrok:

The winner take all Ohio primary must be won by Gov. John Kasich, while Sen. Marco Rubio must win the the Florida primary, also a winner take all state.

( The huge winner take all California primary must go with one or the other of these candidates)- My added opinion.

As suggested by Mitt Romney in a major anti-Trump speech this morning, the above would likely result in a brokered multi ballot convention in Cleveland, Ohio where Gov. Kasich might be able to secure the nomination and then Hillary Clinton could be defeated in the general election.

Or perhaps a brokered convention would draft Mitt Romney as the nominee. That would also be great for the party as well as for America!

Lets Dump the Trump once and for all. The very future of our nation depends on that happening!
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posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 01:05 PM
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a reply to: [post=20431573] MysticMushroom:

Mitt Romney clarified in an interview today that he is definitely not running for President himself, regardless of whether a brokered convention takes place this summer. He again stated that John Kasich or Marco Rubio should be the nominee. But I don't agree that Cruz should be considered, and, of course, we must "Dump the Trump" at all costs as our country depends upon our sending this buffoon permanently back to his hotel and casino enterprises.



posted on Mar, 6 2016 @ 03:15 PM
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originally posted by: kendix1960
a reply to: openminded2011

Trump is running for President only for one reason. It is to feed his own gargantuan ego. He is NOT running either to help the American people or to help America. This racist zenophobic would be dictator would make everything worse on our political landscape and only end up increasing the present atmosphere of bitterness and frustration caused by the policies of the disgusting Obama administration.


Ok, I'll bite, what is it the OTHER candidates are running for? And please don't tell me its altruism.



posted on Mar, 7 2016 @ 12:20 AM
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a reply to: openminded2011

Everyone who runs for President has a large ego that partly motivates them, but Trump is the only candidate who has read Hitler's speeches for ideas and is a potential extreme right wing fascist dictator. His huge ego is much like Hitler's was!



posted on Mar, 7 2016 @ 02:36 AM
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Trump's biggest asset is the fact he isn't part of the stale, political establishment that churns out drones who all shuffle along hoping it's "their" turn to be elected.

Speaking as an outsider and someone who doesn't particularly like the idea of Trump becoming president, I can say that I understand why so many people will turn a blind eye to his faults simply because he isn't one of the other guys.
If I had a vote over there, I don't think I could bring myself to cast it for one of the grey men or woman in the race. I'd vote Trump hoping it would shake everything up and, if he proves to be a failure, at least the political class, sat moribund for all this time in the knowledge that they are usually insulated from the things that affect ordinary people, would have to change and would finally know the fear of failing to get what they feel they deserve.

I don't believe he's a new Hitler or whatever, he aint no Reagan either, mind, but he could be just what the American political system needs to reconnect with it's reason for existence (To serve the will of the people, rather than lobby groups).

Finally, I just cant get over how bland and useless every other candidate on either side seems to be. They are like Stepford people. Apart from Hillary who is just awful and utterly insincere imo.



posted on Mar, 7 2016 @ 08:56 AM
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a reply to: SprocketUK

I absolutely agree with you with regard to Hillary Clinton. She is untrustworthy and disingenuous without a doubt.

I do like Gov. John Kasich of Ohio, however, because he is honest, has a solid grasp of the issues, and his executive experience as governor of Ohio qualifies him to be President. Marco Rubio would be a good vice presidential candidate on a John Kasich ticket.

But Donald Trump would be a complete disaster for America. He has no respect from world leaders and his hair trigger temper, zenophobia, megalomania, and qualities of racism and fascist tendencies utterly disqualify him from occupying the White House. Trump's similarities to Hitler are quite stark and, IMO, he would be a dictator if he were ever to come to power! God help us all if this buffoon were to be in charge of America's nuclear triad!



posted on Mar, 7 2016 @ 09:27 AM
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I also wonder how many Trump supporters are aware of his refusal to disavow David Duke, a well known skin head and fascist sympathizer and former KKK leader.


a) He has disavowed him. Even Ben Stein, who detests him, has gone on the record on this one, but if you need it....
www.realclearpolitics.com...
or
staugustine.com...
or
twitter.com...

b) Funny how Hillary supporters like to overlook one of her mentors, a former KKK member...
www.snopes.com...
True, he reformed, but basically it illustrates just how silly this attack line is.




But Donald Trump would be a complete disaster for America. He has no respect from world leaders and his hair trigger temper, zenophobia, megalomania, and qualities of racism and fascist tendencies utterly disqualify him from occupying the White House.


I'll wager Putin has far more respect for Trump than Obama. Besides, Obama's involvement in racism has basically set race relations back 20 years during his Presidency (his quick jump to the race card to weigh in on local cases before getting the facts). So doubt Trump could do much worse. And what of the whole nuclear deal? Do you really think there is a single (or even united) power on Earth that is going to engage the US in nuclear war? (when we spend more than all of them combined, per year, on defense?) No. They simply aren't stupid.



posted on Mar, 7 2016 @ 09:32 AM
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I like it where he asks you to take a pledge to vote for him. Just one step from dictatorship. The cultists have their man this election.



posted on Mar, 7 2016 @ 11:54 AM
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a reply to: Gazrok

It took a great deal of criticism before he disavowed Duke. No credibility to the disavowal in my opinion. He even said for all he knew that the Jewish Federation could have been a white supremacist group for which he was called obscene by the Anti Defamation League.

Putin has no respect for our weak President, but Putin doesn't really have any respect for Trump either and only wants to manipulate his giant ego to further his own country's agenda.

I agree Obama plays the race card repeatedly but that doesn't make Trump any less of a racist himself and Trump is the worst!




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