Why You Should Immediately Read the Book “LOVING TRUMP”

Are you an American or interested in how events unfold? Then you should immediately read the book “Loving Trump”.

LOVING TRUMP: Unfettered Musings of a Nobody…

First, I’ll like to clarify, I’m not a digital marketer. I’m a researcher and I’m concerned about this because the facts presented in this book would eventually affect you.

So to answer directly: The Trump Presidency and the events leading up to it has given everyone the opportunity and privilege to ask questions about America and the World that should have been asked long ago . And answers are already being discovered, day-to-day, week-to-week. Those questions and answers are outlined in this book

 

The fact is that it is extremely difficult to encapsulate the Trump persona and motivations. On the one hand we are presented an Americentric President who is blazing on as a champion of a return to age-long traditions on morality and virtue. He has also displayed great antipathy to the modernist self-seeking corporations and by standing with the ordinary blue collar professionals has forced a paradigm shift in America’s capitalist mentality, on the other hand we are presented an eccentric individual who has made so many unforced errors in matters relating to morality and whose businesses have amassed millions of dollars in deals that on the surface appear glaringly anti America.

The overwhelming conclusion therefore is that Trump is an enigma and his emergence as POTUS sent shockwaves around the leadership system; not only in America, but around the world, because of its implications.

For those who simplistically tag Trump as pervert, stupid, vain,  racist and uncouth, they fail to realize that Trump is the product of a leadership system that is not unique to America, nor is it indeed unique to our generation. Fact is that most civilizations of the past triumphed and held sway over the world and then eased away by advancing men like Trump.

This book makes the bold assertion that Trump loves America and has been prepared to ruffle many foreign feathers for America’s sake. That is what national leaders have done over the centuries. Yes, their approaches may differ – but ultimately it is essentially the same – To project and advance the interest of the empire – There it is – TRUMP INHERITED AN EMPIRE, THE U.S. IS AN EMPIRE!

 

Trump’s traducers have tried to rein Trump in, but they have not come to grips with the fact that in trying to stop or distract him, they are actually demystifying the system that created him in the first instance and by this demystification, we are given the chance to demystify and deconstruct the various institutional and ideological frameworks that gave rise to : not just Trump’s, but also America’s and the World’s leadership systems

This work of art and science laced with both contemporary and ancient history promises to be an insightful and unbiased analysis of the present, the near past and the distant past, through the dual tool of comparative analysis and retrospective critique of the actions and inactions of the American system during the past 100 years.

 

 

The author proves clearly that the Trump Presidency is the symptom of human leadership eccentricities that has been passed down through the ages to leaders like him. He intends to show this by stating that while indeed America has built a modern empire system, it has not deviated much from the templates that saw the rise and fall of such empires like Egypt, Sumer-Assyria, Babylonia, Persian, Greek, Roman.

The fact that questions of race, the Native Indian situation, the Electoral College difficulty and a warped interpretation of what constitutes morality and freedom remain,  shows that beyond the obvious strengths  of America,  weaknesses  still exists that threaten the cohesion of the strongest richest nation in the world. Trump is trying valiantly to address some of these weaknesses, but like has long been established, when a leader faces distraction from the home front, he can achieve a lot of accolades in the foreign front and still be despised back home, and no matter how ingenious and visionary a leader is, with constant distraction, his visions may not see their full potentials.

Finally, this book concludes by looking at how our ability to ask questions about America’s President, its ideologies and institutions, has also given us the opportunity to ask long overdue questions about the biggest religious institutions and their claims to represent God and by such claim offer directions to the world’s leaders. This author believes that in many proven instances, many of these religions have misled the political leaders and their followers and instead of leading people to God and a better way of doing things, have actually led people away from God. Indeed most of the world’s biggest challenges would have been better contained, if the world’s religions are really representing God and the Truth.

It is a therefore a no-holds-barred read of Trump, America and the World and how we have shaped our individual and national  ideologies to suit our preferences and projected these same ideologies as  global norms, which incidentally, we are also unable to keep.