Trump as next US president

my comment: … how witless must be a political elite to be overwhelmed by a Trump – how insipid must be their arguments to be outdated by a blustering outsider – how dumb must appear the Washington establishment to its people no more to be heard … and as Hillary is part of this nasty crowd we may imagine easily Trump as next President.

I do not care if Trump will be a good president, as I am not sure how a good one should be. Seen the criminal behavior of political elites to their people I guess it would be sufficient if the next president respects their acquired standard, acquired wealth …  and if he protects their lifes.

In talkshows every representative of this arrogant political elite tells us that Trump has no idea how to manage America and the world … as if any announced plan would have been relevant in the past.

No plan has ever been relevant and we the underdogs know this since a long time. At the end it will be the worldwide financial mafia dictating our reality. We downtown may only imagine Trump showing some possible ability to resist not only the Washington elite, but also all mafias.

And now in german: Montag Abend im ARD bei Hart aber Fair: was für ein Spektakel, Ihr werft Trump primitves Benehmen vor, seid aber nicht fähig, das Thema zu diskutieren, weil Ihr Euch gegenseitig nur fertigmacht. Man kann sogar sagen, Ihr benehmt Euch kaum besser als Trump - Heidi,

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  • sorry, I do not find articles about Trump I can taste, all what I get speaks against him or for him. The whole political discussion seems only about testosterone charged swaggering … an endless dirty battlefield. I no more read any of them.

Other Links:

A Leap Toward Radical Politics? on The Bullet, Socialist Project’s-Bulletin No. 1265, June 7, 2016;

Plan to regularise undeclared assets in offshore firms, on DAWN, Pakistan, by Mubarak Zeb Khan, June 7, 2016;

Party Crashing and Political Revolution, with the DNC Just Weeks Away, What’s Next for Our Movement? on Counterpunch, by Kshama Sawant, June 6, 2016;

Renaming Our World, on Tom Dispatch, by Tom Engelhardt, June 5, 2016;

Interactive Globe: A Worldwide Survey of Extreme Poverty, on Spiegel Online International, by Anna Behrend, June 3, 2016: Liberia is considered one of the poorest countries in the world. But how is extreme poverty measured? And how do other countries compare? Use our interactive globe to find out;

Europe’s Values Cannot Be Negotiable, on Spiegel Online International, the Interview with Austrian Foreign Minister Kurz is conducted by Walter Mayr and Mathieu von Rohr, June 1, 2016: at 29, Austria’s Sebastian Kurz is the world’s youngest foreign minister. He speaks with SPIEGEL about the rise of the far right in his country and Europe, the immigrant crisis and the dangers of dependence on Turkey;

Saudi Press Says 9/11 Was A US Job – #NewWorldNextWeek, 16.27 min, uploaded by corbettreport, May 26, 2016;

Salman Rushdie: Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights, 61.50 min, uploaded by Talks at Google, Oct 14, 2015;

What Did Salman Rushdie Say About Islam, the Fatwa, the Satanic Verses (1992), 78.55 min, uploaded by The Film Archives, Dec 1, 2013;

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