The New York Times´ Charles Blow finally admitted that President Donald Trump is not "literally Hitler," but he insisted that Trump lies just like Hitler did. "There are strategies that Hitler used to secure power and rise — things that allowed his murderous reign — that can teach us about political theory and practice. And very reasonable and sage comparisons can be drawn between Hitler´s strategies and those of others," Blow argued. "One of those lessons is about how purposeful lying can be effectively used as propaganda. The forthcoming comparison isn´t to Hitler the murderer, but to Hitler the liar."
Since these days it is impossible to know what is true and what isn´t, I am not willing to label Trump a liar. Anybody with a press credential is labelled a truth teller and we know this to be patently false.
Do you all know what? It may be time for a new "Hitler". As The "Benevolent Dictators" such as Ataturk, Rene, Yew, and even Yugoslavia´s Tito have shown, sometimes - the call for "One Good dictator" is correct. In my opinion, Democracy needs an attic to basement cleansing once in a while to set things right again. I would accept that with Donald Trump.
Watch this: It is time to watch it- again; https://www.charliechaplin.com/en/articles/29-The-Final-Speech-from-The-Great-Dictator-
Blow is what passes for an intellectual giant over at NYT. Is a Nobel Prize in the works for the discovery that the President is not literally Adolf Hitler? That discovery surely trumps both Obama´s and AlGore´s Nobels.
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