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t has been yet another colorful week of the Trump Presidency. Again, with Trump as President, which week could not be colorful? Michael Flynn, his Previous National Security Advisor, resigned last week over the controversy that his telephone call with Russian Ambassador to the US created. Apparently, he had informed the Russian Ambassador that he would have a relook at the sanctions imposed on Russia following the Crimea invasion.

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atching the constant FoxNews broadcasts around the clock, one would think that you were watching NAZI Germany in the showcasing of the abject hatred, vitriol, and scapegoating of an entire class of people for the ills and failings of the American Police State in the modern age.

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or the ancient Greeks logos meant reason, dialogue and debate. It could also mean speech, the power of language for good or self-gain, an aspect demagogues know well and the sophist Gorgias (5th century BC) warned against.

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hen a month ago Donald John Trump took over as President of the USA, there were – not many though – reasonable, cold analysts who, basing on his pre-election statements, predicted that a man who is going to wage war against the establishment (the empire) is entering a conflict with a very uncertain result. Some of them even did not hesitate to say that Trump is bound to lose this battle.

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here is an ongoing wishful thinking which began as soon as Donald Trump announced his candidacy: it’s fed by the wrong notion that somehow democratic institutions will stop, or at least curb Trump’s abuse of power. Now that he is president, some historians give us approximately a year to save the Republic.

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n the HBO series “The Young Pope” we see an American Pope who can be characterized as Caligula in the Vatican. He has enemies and detractors galore among the cardinals at the Vatican.

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ith the recent headlines centering on the forced resignation of National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, a rational voice of reason, peace with Russia, and an end or retrospection of stupid interventionist foreign wars (except his lashing out at Iran last week which many believe was a last ditch attempt to save his job by kow-towing to Neo-Conservative elements within the Deep State),

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ccording to official news agencies, the recent phone call of February 8 last and the subsequent letter by President Trump to his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, was "long" and "extremely cordial".

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he Deep State does not ever want peace with Russia, or a respite in their interventionist wars overseas. They have thus far lobbed “softballs” at President Donald Trump, such as with their control over the Mainstream Media’s relentless attacks on Donald Trump, his character, his nominee choices, his vision, his America-first policies, and other decisions that he has made.

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t is a conceit of democracy that opposing parties, after months of trying to convince the public the other would be a disaster for the country, should after the election cooperate for the good of the whole.

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