(That's Fred Trump Jr. in the black jacket. Donald is at his right)
Donald Trump was
raised to "win"
even if it means running roughshod
over all opposition
including his own brother.
by Henry Makow PhD.
Watching A&E's The Trump Dynasty, I was surprised to learn that the President had a brother, eight years older, who had been the designated heir to the family business. Frederick Trump Jr. did not have the "killer, winner-take-all instinct" that his father demanded of his sons.
So Donald supplanted him.
What is unusual about this story is the downright cruelty with which he was treated by his family. Instead of acknowledging he was just not ruthless enough and given a position of honor and love, he was virtually driven out of the family.
THERE WERE ONLY TWO KINDS OF PEOPLE - WINNERS AND LOSERS AND FRED JR. WAS A LOSER.
He began a new career as an airline pilot but the wounds drove him to drink. When he returned to his family home, they gave him menial jobs. He died prematurely "of alcoholism" at age 43 in 1981.
He had married and had two children before divorcing. When Fred Trump Sr. died in 1999, Fred's family was not in the will. When they sued, the Trump family cut off health insurance on which they depended for the care of a gravely sick child.
WHAT MAKES DONALD RUN?
Unfortunately, Donald Trump is our only defence against the Commie hoards. We like his policies on migration, gender and the Supreme Court.
We appreciate his defence of white people, Christians and heterosexuals from Communist onslaught. We hate his servile support of Israel. (Did you know his family was close to Netanyahu when the latter was the UN Ambassador?) We hate his gratuitous sabre rattling with Russia, a betrayal of his campaign promises.
However, we need to recognize that he is a typical New York Jewish hustler/wheeler-dealer whose whole life is predicated on the pursuit of money, sex, fame and power. Typical of many Jewish families, children have to "earn" their parents' love by overachieving.
Whatever the reasons, the fact is, Trump is all about glitz, bluff and bullying. For example, he called the editor of the Forbes 400 (richest people in America) pretending to be "John Barron" the head of finance at the Trump Organization. He convinced the editor that Trump was worth a lot more than he was. Trump was later able to literally take this to the bank. His empire was built on bank loans and tax breaks.
There's more. Trump is a highly compromised character, not because of the things the Democrats go after, but because of the things they don't, which indicates the whole thing is a charade. Trump rode Jeffrey Epstein's Lolita Express and is being blackmailed by Mossad.
"Many of Trump's disturbing comments have been towards his eldest daughter, Ivanka (his favorite child). When appearing on The Wendy Williams Show with Ivanka once, host Wendy Williams asked what their favorite father/daughter pastimes were.
The president replied, "I was going to say sex, but I can relate to [golf and real estate]."
Most fathers would not want to discuss their daughter's nude photoshoots, whether hypothetical or otherwise. However, Trump is apparently not most fathers.
Once during an interview on The View, Trump made everyone uncomfortable when he said,
"Ivanka posing for Playboy would be really disappointing ... not really. But it would depend on what was inside the magazine. ... I don't think Ivanka would [do a nude shoot] inside the magazine, although she does have a very nice figure. I've said that if Ivanka weren't my daughter, perhaps I'd be dating her."
Most women feel as though they can relax around their fathers, and they won't have to face the same objectification they must deal with in the world. However, that isn't the case with Trump and Ivanka.
On The Howard Stern show back in 2003, Trump said, "You know who's one of the great beauties of the world, according to everybody? And I helped create her. Ivanka. My daughter, Ivanka. She's 6 feet tall; she's got the best body."
Next: Trump grants permission for a cruel comment.
A piece of a**
STERN: Ivanka looks more voluptuous. breast implants?
TRUMP: She's always been very voluptuous
STERN: Can I say, a piece of ass?
Apparently, Trump's fascination with Ivanka started well before she was an adult. Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen reported that when Ivanka was just 13 years old, her father asked, "Is it wrong to be more sexually attracted to your own daughter than your wife?"
The Post reportedly removed the quote from the column before it was published."
(Left versus Right, as phoney as Wrestlemania)
A recent poll of 250 people on this site found that more trusted Putin than Trump (25% to 17%) and most (45%) trusted neither.
Politics is basically a charade run by the central bankers. I wouldn't be surprised if the self destruction of the Democratic Party is designed to re-elect Trump in 2020.
We are caught between a Masonic Jewish rock and a hard place - Communism and Zionism, two paths to the same destination, global tyranny. The bankers always control both sides of every conflict so they can determine the outcome. They don't touch Trump's hand signs, or Ivanka, or Epstein's Island, just as, during WW2, they didn't touch the fact that Hitler had been a male prostitute. They need to build up both sides.
In any case, do we have any reason to feel loyalty to Trump? He is the lesser of two evils, but evil nonetheless.
His view of personal self worth is extremely superficial. His ruthless pursuit of power, sex, money and fame does not bode well.
His gun-to-the-head style of negotiation could result in a nuclear war.
Note: The A&E Trump Dynasty goes downhill. First installment which deals with family history and Trump's youth is best. Two- his financial troubles and marriages is good. Part Three degenerates into a diatribe on Russian collusion now largely discredited.