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Trumpmania: The Future

http://www.helpfreetheearth.com

February 2016

We've seen it before. The Obamamania honeymoon when voters worshipped their black messiah and put their faith in "Change" and "Yes We Can" which became "Change For The Worse" and "No We Can't."

NOW

Now we're basking in the Trumpmania honeymoon with voters putting their faith in a white messiah who's preaching "Let's Make America Great Again".

Remember Biff Tannen from Back To The Future? A Tumblr post focused on their similarities and The Huffington Post published a story called “Donald Trump Is Biff Tannen From Back to the Future, which detailed how the two men were alike – including references to their namesake hotels, multiple wives, and signature hair.

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THE FUTURE

What can we expect in the future if the former reality star is elected? We know Trump is a racist just like his KKK father. We know he is brutally sexist. We know he is a narcissist who builds giant phallic symbols and runs Miss beauty pageants to compensate for his small dick syndrome. We know he loves the police and military and if elected President, he promises to make the US military the biggest, most fearsome force in the world.

His entertaining funniness will predictably end once he is elected and we can expect his narcissism will turn his Presidency into a dictatorship of executive orders that will reduce America to a police state.

Where's the proof? Keep reading.

A DANGEROUS NARCISSISTIC DICTATOR

The term “Narcissistic Personality Disorder” (NPD) first appeared as a diagnosable disease AND Trump would doubtless say it was created in his honor.

To narcissists, the “little people” or anyone beneath them (which is mostly everyone) don’t matter. Trump’s lambasting of Rosie O’Donnell is a good case in point: “Rosie O’Donnell called me a snake oil salesman. And, you know, coming from Rosie, that’s pretty low because when you look at her and when you see the mind, the mind is weak. I don’t see it. I don’t get it. I never understood – how does she even get on television?”

Clearly, Rosie lacks the power to understand the dazzling intellect that is Donald Trump. Trump needs someone of equal status to appreciate his immensity. But it can’t be Larry King, because as he told King, “Do you mind if I sit back a little? Because your breath is very bad.

1.  An exaggerated sense of self-importance (e.g., exaggerates achievements and talents, expects to be recognized as superior without commensurate achievements)

A sense of one’s own importance, a grandiose feeling that one is alone responsible for any achievement is a hallmark of the narcissist. Grandiosity is one of the central tenets of a narcissistic personality. Narcissists tend to take credit for everything, as if no one else contributed to the end product. Witness Trump’s declaration that, “When people see the beautiful marble in Trump Tower, they usually have no idea what I went through personally to achieve the end result. No one cares about the blood, sweat, and tears that art or beauty require.” What do you know: not only is Trump a developer and an artistic visionary, but he seems to be a stellar architect and construction worker as well.

And history will agree (naturally). “Anyone who thinks my story is anywhere near over is sadly mistaken,” says Trump. Sadly, indeed.

2. Preoccupation with fantasies of unlimited success, power, brilliance

How many presidential runs does it take for the process to be defined as a preoccupation rather than an occupation?

“My fingers are long and beautiful, as, it has been well documented, are various other parts of my body.” Not only all-powerful, but all-beautiful, too. The man has it all.

3.  Believes he is “special” and can only be understood by, or should associate with, other special or high-status people (or institutions)

To narcissists, the “little people” or anyone beneath them (which is mostly everyone) don’t matter. Trump’s lambasting of Rosie O’Donnell is a good case in point: “Rosie O’Donnell called me a snake oil salesman. And, you know, coming from Rosie, that’s pretty low because when you look at her and when you see the mind, the mind is weak. I don’t see it. I don’t get it. I never understood – how does she even get on television?”

Clearly, Rosie lacks the power to understand the dazzling intellect that is Donald Trump. Trump needs someone of equal status to appreciate his immensity. But it can’t be Larry King, because as he told King, “Do you mind if I sit back a little? Because your breath is very bad. It really is. Has this been told to you before?”

4. Requires excessive admiration

No matter the sincerity, as long as the praise comes frequently and at a high enough volume. Says Trump, “All of the women on The Apprentice flirted with me – consciously or unconsciously. That’s to be expected.” Clearly. Admired, wherever he may go, even when he’s talking about himself in the third person, as in, “Love him or hate him, Trump is a man who is certain about what he wants and sets out to get it, no holds barred. Women find his power almost as much of a turn-on as his money.”

As he puts it, “Nobody but a total masochist wants to be criticized.”

5. Has a sense of entitlement

The world owes the narcissist everything; he, in turn, owes it nothing.

Trump’s attitude can be summed up with this approach to marriage: “I wish I’d had a great marriage. See, my father was always very proud of me, but the one thing he got right was that he had a great marriage. He was married for 64 years. One of my ex-wives once said to me, ‘You have to work at a marriage.’ And I said, ‘That’s the most ridiculous thing.’”

6. Selfishly takes advantage of others to achieve his own ends

    Ivana, one of his ex-wives, dared to stop admiring him and paid the price. She filled in a police report that he pulled out her hair, raped her and asked "Did it hurt?" That was the small dick syndrome talking.

7.  Lacks empathy

Narcissists don’t sympathize with the feelings of others. Who are these “others,” anyway? No one matters except for me.

Not to repeat the Rosie O'Donnell rampage in full, sentiments like, “I’ll sue her because it would be fun. I’d like to take some money out of her fat ass pockets,” capture the spirit.

8.  Is often envious of others or believes others to be envious of him

Here, it seems like Trump is dominated by the second sentiment, the expectation that everyone is envious of his success. Everyone wants to be Trump. As he puts it, “The old rich may look down their noses at me, but I think they kiss my ass.”

9.   Shows arrogant, haughty, patronizing, or contemptuous behaviors or attitudes

Again, other people don’t matter. They can be treated like nothing, because who are we kidding – nothing is the closest description of what they are.

Clients don’t matter. As Trump puts it, “When I build something for somebody, I always add $50 million or $60 million onto the price. My guys come in, they say it's going to cost $75 million. I say it's going to cost $125 million, and I build it for $100 million. Basically, I did a lousy job. But they think I did a great job.” Take them for the suckers they are; that’s the ticket.

The media doesn’t matter. According to Trump, “You know, it really doesn’t matter what (the media) write as long as you’ve got a young and beautiful piece of ass.” The piece of ass doesn’t matter, either; any will do.

Other businesses don’t matter. As Trump says, “If you want to buy something, it’s obviously in your best interest to convince the seller that what he’s got isn’t worth very much.” 

But it’s ok. Trump doesn’t have to be nice. "I don't have to be politically correct. I don't have to be a nice person. Like I watch some of these weak-kneed politicians, it's disgusting. I don't have to be that way.”

According to Trump, “One of the key problems today is that politics is such a disgrace. Good people don’t go into government.”

Now, that's just being honest!

BACK TO THE FUTURE

Can't you just imagine millions of people all across America marching with "Dump Trump" signs when this arrogant, narcissistic, controlling, criticism-punishing, war mongering, wall building, egomaniac dictator takes the reins of American government?

If you think our human rights have been violated by Obama, you ain't seen nothin yet!

As for Hillary? She'll go down SPLATTTT like goldilocks in a UFC cage fight with the incredible hulk. It will be like squashing a bug.

In case you think Trump, if elected, will give the finger to the Zionist mobsters who own and control everything, he'll do what he's told or get snuffed.

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