vendredi 18 décembre 2015


By Bernard Bujold (LeStudio1)- 
Our society and its structures are fragile everywhere in the world and our hero of the day become too frequently the pariahs of tomorrow... 
The political debate of the hour is, for many, the many provocative statements made by Donald Trump. 
If Donald is elected next President of the United States, he will likely become a hero, but for now, he is considered a pariah that many love to hate. We love Donald or hate him. There is no gray area with the character. 
Personally I like him! 
I've never met in person but I've read all his books. Marketing that he applies to its current political campaign were already in the book: THE ART OF THE DEAL (1987). In his latest title: CRIPPLED AMERICA (2015) Chapter 13 is of particular interest (see page 127). His ideas are not different in 2015 than they were 30 years ago passed. The character is consistent and it is not an invention of the moment. 
In fact, Donald Trump's speeches have always remember me those of Pierre Péladeau father for whom I had great admiration and I had much pleasure to know and be with. This kind of characters speak as they think. You could say they do not have filters like "politically correct" and also that they are provocative and drooling (bullies), but I prefer to say that they are "real". 
These kind of characters are of course "dominant" and in life there are dominant and the dominated. All those who perform things in society are dominant from Pierre Péladeau to Donald Trump including all other from Steve Jobs to Mark Zuckerberg. I think of Donald Trump as a refreshing new style politicians and the masses seems to be in favor of this kind of character. We recognize in a Donald Trump the opposite of a career politician. 
Does this kind of new politician will make a better world? It remains to be seen, but there is no doubt that we must change the direction of the world! Many of our leaders became too often in recent decades pariahs. I would say that we are due for some outcasts who will become heroes! To be continued...
Pictures 1 and 2: Donald J. Trump;
Picture 3: Pierre Péladeau, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg;

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