Scandalmongering Book by President’s Niece Outs Uncle Donald as “World’s Most Dangerous Man”

Peter Conrad
The Guardian Book Review
21 July 2020

Abridged by Lasha Darkmoon
with an extended endnote:
‘On the death of democracy’.


This blistering memoir by the president’s niece reveals the twisted dynamic of America’s ‘malignantly dysfunctional’ first family. [The book sold 950,000 copies on the first day, setting a record for the publisher. – LD]

Like America, Trump claims to be unique, exceptional, a shining self-creation. This book by his estranged niece demolishes that myth. Mary Trump’s ruthless memoir blames their family for creating him: she sees it as her patriotic mission to “take Donald down”, and she does so by showing how derivative and dependent the ultimate self-made man has always been.

Trump was bankrolled at first by an indulgent father, who paid him to be an idle show-off and proudly collected grubby tabloid reports on his antics; nowadays he is propped up by tougher, cannier men such as Vladimir Putin and Senator Mitch McConnell, for whom he is an easily manipulated stooge.

Sleaze and graft, we here discover, are Trump’s genetic heritage.

His grandfather slunk out of Germany to avoid military service and made a fortune from brothels in Canada.

His father was a landlord who passed himself off as a property developer to rake in government subsidies for properties that were never built.

(Here is a photo of Donald Trump in 1975, age 29, with his father in Brooklyn.)

Donald’s mother, born to penury in Scotland, remained so meanly thrifty that every week she dressed up in her fur stole and drove her pink Cadillac around the New York suburbs to collect small change from the coin-operated laundry rooms in buildings the family owned; her piggy banks were empty tin cans that once contained lard. She remained emotionally absent, preoccupied by her ailments, while her husband viewed their male offspring as mere off-prints of himself, begotten to ensure that the family kept a grip on its spoils.

Raised in such an environment, how could Donald Trump not emerge as “a petty, pathetic little man”? Never having received affection, he bestows it on himself in orgies of preening and boasting; the life partners he serially selects seem to have been chosen from a mail-order catalogue.

His first wife, Ivana, is summed up by Mary as “all flash, arrogance and spite”, with a telling “penchant for regifting”. Ivana’s ritualised gift-giving is portrayed as an exercise in contempt: one Christmas she presents Mary’s mother with a luxurious handbag containing a used Kleenex. (Ivana pictured)

Melania is a trophy, destined to occupy a glazed niche in a display case. Presiding over a Father’s Day meal at Trump Tower, Melania utters just one word all evening. That word, expressing at best a theoretical curiosity about the world, is: “Really?”  (Melania pictured in 1996, when she was doing nude photoshoots for Max Magazine, a French mag for sex-starved men.)

Throughout the book, Mary’s uncle is not President Trump but simply Donald. With casual disrespect, she even deprives him of the definite article deployed by Ivana who always referred to him as “the Donald”. Mary’s professional credentials as a psychologist [she has a Ph.D] entitle her to briskly check off what she calls Donald’s “pathologies”, which include narcissism, sociopathy and learning disabilities that may be due to the dozen Diet Cokes he daily siphons into himself. In a startling final condemnation, she charges that his “craven need for ‘revenge’” on opponents makes him, in his nonchalance about coronavirus in New York, responsible for what she calls “mass murder”.

Erotomania can be added to the list of his vices.

Once at the Mar-a-Lago pool, Donald disgusted Mary by sizing up her breasts: “Holy shit,” he remarked, “you’re stacked.” This wicked uncle is all slavering id, with no superego to restrain the fingers that itch to tweet, to toy with a big red nuclear button, or to “grab ’em by the pussy”.

“Holy shit, you’re stacked!”

Whenever Donald attempted to manage an actual business – an airline, casino or dodgy university – the result was bankruptcy.

The lies he compulsively tells are for Mary another “mode of self-aggrandisement”, a cover for his quaking inadequacy. Sadly dimwitted, he even had to hire a surrogate to take the entrance exams for college on his behalf.

All his life he has “failed upwards”; he relies on being “rewarded for bad behaviour”, which happened again when the Senate blocked his impeachment.

As viewed by Mary, he is an undeveloped human being, who instantly passed from whiny infancy to doddery old age, missing out the intermediate age of reason and responsibility where the rest of us spend time.


On  the  Death  of  Democracy

by Lasha Darkmoon

Americans will get the president they deserve in four months’ time, either Biden with his many faults or Trump with his numerous shortcomings. Bernard Shaw once observed: “Democracy is a device that insures we shall be governed no better than we deserve.” Maybe that’s why we have Trump, because Trump is what America deserves.

Why the “world’s greatest democracy” is unable to find any other candidates to choose from except these two charmers now on offer, the incorrigible Trump and the abominable Biden,  is a conundrum none have been able to solve. In a country such as America,  one no longer gets to vote for the “better” candidate. One is forced to choose the lesser of two evils.

Plato says it best for me. He has obviously given this matter much thought. And what he said over 350 years before Christ still makes a lot of sense today. “For a state in which the law is respected, democracy is the worst form of government, but if the law is not respected, it is the best.”

Plato believed that the best form of government was a benign aristocracy: “the Guardians”. In short, a dictatorship of enlightened oligarchs, a small group of wise old men who had no wish to feather their own nests or promote their own interests. Their sole concern was to rule with fairness and justice in the interests of the majority. Women and fools were expected to do what they were told and not meddle in state affairs. A wise decision, in my humble opinion, all things considered.

Never once in history, for reasons too complex to explain here, has it been possible to achieve this Platonic Utopia. The greatest happiness of the greatest number, the political aim of Benthamite utilitarianism, has proved to be unachievable. We live in a Darwinian dog-eat-dog world in which only the fittest survive. The deep state, by which we are ruled today, embodies this ruthless principle. The deep state is not interested in making life easy for the masses. It is concerned solely with successful predation.

Our rulers can be described as the People Farmers; and we, the people, are their livestock.

To get down to brass tacks: who will win the November elections, Trump or Bidden? Against all the odds, I predict a victory for Trump. The opinion polls give Biden a huge lead: 50 per cent to Trump’s 38 percent. This is meaningless. Because Trump, with the deep state behind him, will cheat. Remember that this is the man who conned his way into college by hiring someone else to sit his entrance exams for him.

Trump will sweep to victory, I believe,  according to the principle propounded so cynically by Stalin: “Those who cast the votes decide nothing. Those who count the votes decide everything.”

The video below reveals to Americans what their president is really like. I make no apologies for uploading it. After all, these are Trump’s own words.

Trump is the best on offer, it seems. We need to be grateful we have Trump at the helm, however appalling he may appear to be at first glance. Just think how much worse it would have been if, instead of Trump, we had Stalin—or Nero, Caligula, Ivan the Terrible, or Genghiz Khan.

Americans will get Trump because he is what they deserve. That’s meant as a compliment, not as an insult. Trump is a product of the American Zeitgeist. He thinks like America, speaks like America, eats like America, struts like America, and in every way holds the mirror up to America. He is America personified.

70 thoughts to “Scandalmongering Book by President’s Niece Outs Uncle Donald as “World’s Most Dangerous Man””

  1. the witch mary trump has achieved the trifecta of female aspirations the dream of many women which is – to destroy a man – while getting rich off what the man has accomplished (good or bad) – being a liar and most importantly being the center of attention

    1. You are right, Legionairre.
      She is a sour grapes feminist – however “well-stacked” she might be. She reminds me of those Antifa bitches who riot for BLM and other anti-white, commie causes. Of COURSE the Jew controlled media hype her. Yes, “The Donald” might not lift his pinky for a literary discussion at tea, but at least he communicates boldly for his opinions.

      1. Yupp.. Gilbert, I’m still waiting for those antifa bitches having a P.L.M. protest ….
        Wonder why nowhere there was a P.L.M. protest ??

        P= Palestinian…

    2. He is still a blustering, narcissistic, sociopath. Not fit to be president.
      And I am a conservative Republican.
      I just hope he is deselected at the primaries.

  2. @ SPQR70AD

    With all due respect, I don’t think Mary has “destroyed” Trump. Most of the President’s supporters won’t even read it. Reflect also that that all the bitchy talk about the President is simply recycled scandal.

    It’s been known for years that Trump went on about “groping women” and said he would have dated his daughter Ivanka if she hadn’t been his daughter. All that locker room talk had no effect on the American public. It just made Trump seem more human.

    The recent claim by Mary Trump that Uncle Donald admired her breasts — “Holy shit, you’re stacked!” — belongs in the same category of petty gossip. Nothing shocking about that remark! Most Americans will be amused by it. Americans are smart enough to know that such a “sexist” comment is hardly a hanging offense.

    Yea, I don’t think Mary’s book contains a SINGLE damaging allegation. It would be far more damaging if Ghislaine Maxwell were to produce a few skeletons in the cupboard. Of if Mossad were to publish some porno pictures of Trump in bed with some underage prostitute.

    So do get things in perspective, SPQR! This book is as harmless as a gnat sting to Trump. He’s already laughed it off as “a pack of lies”.

    1. @ SAKI

      I think LD would agree with your assessment. This book is not going to harm Trump’s prospects one little bit. It’s just a distraction.

      Trump has far more important things to worry about than this bitchy little book.

      I expect to see a huge surge in Trump’s popularity in the next four months. Unless of course the Jews are out to get him, especially the Jews in Israel. Trump is being blackmailed. Be sure about that. If he doesn’t play ball, they’ll assassinate him like Kennedy.

      1. Trump will play ball like he always has, and (((they))) know it, if he’s still in their plans at all that is. Assassinating a POTUS is a BIGLY undertaking, and understandably messy. A problem which was solved ever since JFK’s assassination with a
        careful and thorough process of grooming well in advance. Maybe someone out there can find the link to that famous picture of a young Billy Clinton shaking hands with then President Kennedy when he swung through Arkansas on a campaign stop. Thirty years before Clinton became the POTUS. No mere coincidence that.

        1. Trump isn’t only the world’s most dangerous man,
          he’s also the most dangerous man of the whole Cosmos!
          As our Yankee God-Emperor’s 𝐒pace 𝗙orce DOMINATES The Cosmos!
          🚀🇺🇸 . . . 😊

      2. @TROJ

        “…Trump isn’t only the world’s most dangerous man, he’s also the most dangerous man of the whole Cosmos..!”

        Well, since your “Cosmos” consists only of our flat earth, that seems not to be that bad.

    2. she timed the book just before the election to have maximum impact. she has broke records in sales of the book. whether it harms rabbi trump remains to be seen . remember the elections are very close . does not take much to sway it one way or the other

    3. Saki –

      It would not surprise me if Trump had encouraged her, even PAID her, to write the book full of rumors and innuendos. Then…. anything coming out about him and Epstein could easily be dismissed as JUST more rumors…. and he can run with THAT fake ball.

      1. @ Pat

        Amazing that you should say that! The same thought occurred to me that it had all been carefully coordinated. But I didn’t want to express that thought because it was jusrt a vague hunch, a guess, for which neither of can produce much in the way of evidence. But now that you’ve beaten me to it, yes, I have to agree with you that this could all be part of a prearranged strategy! 🙂

        After all, Pat, there’s not a single really DAMAGING allegation here! It’s all extremely petty female tittle-tattle and spiteful gossip for which the lady will be richly rewarded. By Christmas time her book would have earned her a million bucks.

        So Uncle Donald told her she had big t*ts! Big deal. Gosh, ain’t he evil!

        Millions of t*t lovers all over America are gonna vote for Donald because he made that “sexist” remark. America is teeming with anti-feminist misogynists who like to see uppity women put in their places. So that comment to his niece, far from losing votes for Trump, will be a vote winner! 🙂

      2. @SAKI

        “Millions of t*t lovers all over America are gonna vote for Donald because he made that “sexist” remark.”

        Observing that a woman has large mammary glands or a man has broad shoulders is not discriminatory. Such statements are mere observations of bodily properties, they are NOT “beliefs”. A dictionary may help.

        1. @ Flan O’Brien

          Yes, I do have a dictionary, Flan. And it is you who need to make more use of a dictionary. You have no idea whatsoever what the word “sexist” means or connotes if you think it means “discriminatory”.

          When former British Prime Minister David Cameron addressed an angry female MP in parliament, he smiled and agreed with her, using the words: “Yes, dear!” He was accused by the angry woman of being “sexist” for addressing her in such a familiar manner as “dear”. How DARE he refer to her in such “condescending” terms just because she was a woman! 🙂

          Cameron was forced to apologise to her.

          The female MP was NOT accusing Cameron of “discriminating” against her; she was accusing him of male chauvinism by addressing her in an over-familiar and personal manner just because he was a man and she was a woman. Even a personal compliment to a woman you don’t know is regarded as “sexist”, e.g. telling her she has nice legs if she’s just walked into your office for her first job interview.

          So Trump’s comment to his niece, complimenting her on her “large mammary glands” is most definitely “sexist” according to my Oxford English dictionary and common usage. 🙂

          1. Trump’s comment to his niece, “Holy shit! You’re well-stacked!” would most definitely be regarded as a “sexist” comment by 99.9% of the population. According to common usage, any over-familiarity or hint of condescension toward a woman is regarded as potentially offensive and branded as “sexist”.

            A man has no right to tell a woman she has enormous breasts just because it happens to be a fact. Flan is being ridiculous. How would Flan like it if someone told him he had a “big nose” just because it happened to be a fact? 🙂

            In any case, Mary Trump herself described Uncle Donald’s comment to her about her well-stacked breasts as “a vulgar sexist jibe”, so Saki is quite correct to call the comment “sexist”. (“SEXIST” = offensively personal or condescendingly over-familiar towards a woman).

            1. I thoroughly agree with the above comments on sexism. Most men are clueless with their cavemen attitudes toward women. They think they can turn on the charm by patting a woman on her bottom like some kind of lapdog.

              I had an example of blatant sexism a few months ago before lockdown.

              I was at a cocktail party when this dapper little Charlie Chaplin clone came sidling up to me and asked if I had any interesting hobbies. I told him I liked reading, but I didn’t regard it as a hobby. “What kind of books?” he asked. I shrugged. “I’m not too fussy,” I said. “Anything interesting.” He was getting on my nerves, grinning like an ape, so I thought I’d shut him up by adding: “I’ve always been an omnivorous reader.”

              He did a double take, rolling his eyes comically. “Omnivorous, eh? That’s a big word for a nice little dolly girl!” I reacted coldly to his sexist compliment. I quite like being attractive, but I don’t like being called a “dolly girl”. So I threw him an icy look and added snootily, “I also write poetry in my spare time. Any objections?” He grinned like an orangutan having an orgasm. “Wow! That’s quite an achievement!” he said. “Next you’ll be telling me you do algebra in the bath!”

              I was so mad angry by now that I decided to give him my killer line, the barbed put-down I always use to get rid of pests at parties:

              “Excuse me,” I smiled politely, before backing away and leaving him to his own devices, “but I’m rather sensitive to onions and garlic!”

              That’s the last I heard of him. 🙂

  3. Everybody’s got gossip… so what…
    The book is just another sleazy media product, big fanfare in the msm, disgusting… what else is new?
    the dirty little bitch, otherwise a total nobody, only somebody because she knows him, will get her 15 minutes of fame and few million in profits…
    the creeps in publishing who put it together for her will cash in too…
    none of it will make any difference or change anybody’s mind about anything, except that it’s all another blow against the collective psyche/god……
    i heard the penalty for gossip was death with some tribes… good idea…
    i think it’s a shame we give them space in the bandwidth…
    and i’ll bet there is a worthy story out there somewhere, about someone who’s doing something positive in the world, that would elevate our consciousness rather than reinforce the negativity…

    1. @ Barkingdeer

      I think you should expand on this interesting comment
      and explain why you are backing Trump when he has so many faults.

      1. As long as Trump sells the Palestinians down the river, we Jews are backing him.

        My advice to Trump: betray the Palestinians and kiss Bibi’s ass, and we Jews will give you America. That’s all you need to do, Donald.

        Play the part of Judas Iscariot and hand over Palestine to Israel, lock, stock and barrel — and you will have your thirty pieces of silver, i.e. the White House.

      2. Strange. The Jews I know HATE Donald Trump (which tends to make me like him even more!). However, his affinity to Israhell has me bewildered, and I can only conclude that a threatening situation has been made quite real to him. Moreover, it may be just that our country is so dependent on (((their))) $$ system, he dare not risk their anger (his own $ well-being, too). The political climate has forced many of us toward “white nationalism” as a safe haven. When the hysterically-infused leftists started harping about Trump’s appeal to those like us, we found we cannot abandon him.
        (I’m still confident there are more of us than most of you non-whites think. 💪)

  4. Lasha’s “extended endnote” is a real treat. Offering profound insights presented with reason and expertly composed. Rather than thrust upon us as blunt force objects for the prosecution.

    Simply quite refreshing and even a little bit illuminating., one might hope..

    1. Darn near forgot to add the darn near obligatory Mencken quote, if only because it’s darn near perfect.

      “Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard.” (lol)

      1. You’re right, Homer. That Mencken quote is, as you say, “darn near perfect”. Mencken is one of the most brilliant American writers of the last century, a real dab hand at epigrams. A master of the pithy quip.

      2. @ LD

        We live in a Darwinian dog-eat-dog world in which only the fittest survive. The deep state, by which we are ruled today, embodies this ruthless principle. The deep state is not interested in making life easy for the masses. It is concerned solely with successful predation.”

        So true, so true.

        Everyone on this site and many other truther sites bemoan the evils and injustices in and committed by our own nations. Most are generally disgusted with the endless stream of abuses of the wealthy and powerful, their mass deceptions, constant lies, and the brainwashing of sociopath power brokers and their despicable media, as well as with the myriad of heinous crimes which go unchecked and unpunished by our corrupt authorities. The choices we are given to vote for are seldom of our own making or that of any majority. They always come from some powerful elite who are mostly interested in securing their own security and advancing it, while making the world over in their own corrupt images. If they could (and we know this from their own statements) they would get rid of at least a half of the population of the world, and the people who exposing their dirt to the people are constantly being eliminated as their priority.

        The people behind all the major candidates and election fixings are in fact of the dog-eat-dog mold. We know they are above all laws or we would not have anything really to complain about. What makes the difference between us and them is not just money and power, because you can have that stuff but at the same time not let it own or corrupt you, as difficult as that may be.

        It is simply the neighbor principle extended beyond one’s own person, family, group, tribe, religion, nation, and ideology which is the true principle to govern our affairs in place of the dog principle. We know that refraining from deceiving and harming others, that in being unjust to anyone, is wrong and most of us believe that is exactly the way all people in authority ought to behave. But they most certainly do not. Rather, the more power and wealth people tend to have the more they tend to lord it over others and abuse it, setting themselves above all moral restraints and laws. There are the dogs who rule and the decent people who unfortunately are ruled by dogs of money and power. In order to remain in power the dogs have to pretend to the masses that they are just, honest and true, and hide the facts that either they are, or those they serve, are nothing but thieves and murderers. The world is run by those who reflect the law of the jungle and not the supernatural order of God from whence the neighbor principle of universal justice springs, or gets its power.

        It is because they have to lie and deceive us with things like 9/11, WMD’s, fake man-made climate warming, fake history, fake science, fake news, and the mother of all fakeries – the Covid scamdemic – that WE KNOW they must believe that the world – commerce and human relations – does not and cannot function of the dog principle of dog-eat-dog, or the law of the jungle where might makes right. In fact, if not for the decency in the masses who for the most part, abide by a universal sense of justice, there would be no real trust among ourselves and nothing would function. It is the people who are on top, who for the most part have abused and exploited that trust and who are responsible for bringing our civilization to ruin, both morally and economically.

        The dog rulers know, and we all must know, that if there was any veracity or merit to their “dog principle”, they would not have to deceive us pretending they ruled otherwise. They are all liars at heart and they know that if they did not control the lying machines of the mainstream media their days would be very short.

      3. Plato had no faith in democracy because he rightly saw the tendency for injustice deeply rooted in all human and animal nature. The problem was that human soul was not sufficiently liberated from its temporal body, for the more divine forms or virtues of truth, goodness, and justice to shine through. He, therefore, thought that rulers should be a class of adept philosopher kings (lovers of wisdom) who would be more detached from personal gains and ephemeral ends to rule with truth, goodness and justice. Plato, the arch classical realist, becomes the arch classical idealist.

        The only reason why democracy fails, or even the rule by philosopher kings, is not because we lack the correct intellectual tinkering, or that we need a greatest happiness principle of a Mill to become better, it is because we generally the lack of power (or the grace) to make the universal neighbor principle (the silver rule) stronger and more prominent in our affairs. If the evils of the despots who run things were to be exposed to everyone, it is an absolute certainty they would be denuded of their power and their wealth. They know that and that is why they have to control the media to continue to rule by stealth and fear. They also know that as long as we are fragmented we have no power to change anything. More so they know that any power to make the decency principle work in us for change cannot just reside in a few enlightened intellectual philosophers like Plato, and that it would need some power to overcome the similar dog principle in ourselves, and that is precisely the reason why the present evil establishment, dynasty running things has done its most to subvert and eradicate Christianity and any other faith which empowers ordinary people with the neighbor principle or universal justice.

        The problem with democracy is that it has never really had a chance to rule, and never will have a chance without the truth being disclosed, meaning full honest disclosure about everything that matters, and for this to happen people also must have the power to overcome the deceit in their own hearts in order to behave decently with all others.

  5. I am no fan of Donnie Drumpf, in any way, shape or form. He is a tool.

    Nevertheless, I would love to see a real professional do a Kitty Kelly on Mary. Fair’s fair! What – does she think she is going to single handedly save Amerika AND become a millionaire with her recycled trash and grade-school level psychoanalysis? Pffffft. She is desperately greedy for a quick buck, vengeful, and that’s all.

  6. Trump is compromised in regards to the pedophilia question via his involvement with Epstein and Maxwell and this goes for the majority of politicians, including Biden, they are swimming in the pedophile cesspool.

    1. It’s not only sexual blackmail but total ownership and control. As Lenin said, “The best way to control the opposition is to BE the opposition.” We have controlled opposition everywhere, left vs right, CNN vs Fox, Republican vs Democrat. Trump has his script, everyone does. Those who don’t follow the script pay a price. I think what we have is a global marxist revolution, top joos like Rothschild and co. behind it, along with all the institutions they’ve marched thru and taken over, utilizing many proxies and proxy warriors, lots of “divide and conquer” technique, controlled opposition, deception, disinformation. It’s ultimately the spirit of Christ vs the spirit of Antichrist. Satan is the unseen leader behind the Judeo-Masonic world revolution, which has both Biden and Trump in its service and is economically, morally, and socially destroying every country on earth, some more, some less, but all on the way to total totalitarian takeover. I believe it gets much worse before it gets better. But we were created for eternity and that should be our primary focus, while also doing what we can in the temporal sphere. If you don’t pray the rosary, it would be good to start. As Padre Pio said, it is “the spiritual weapon for our time.”

  7. The United States of America was founded upon a ‘Constitutional Republic’. The powers to be ( Illuminati ), with endless money supply have systematically taken over our educational institutions and through stealth indoctrinated, brainwashed ( thanks to ‘Think Tanks like ‘Tavistock Institute’ in London, ‘Wellington House’, Rockefeller, etc. ) and conditioned our citizens from kindergarten to adult, particularly the last three generations. Today we can watch 24/7 how Marxist/Communist/Socialist/Zionist indoctrination is showing its ugly, destructive head more then ever, not only in the USA, but Canada, Europe, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand. In other words, our western countries. The men responsible for the murderous mayhem during the past 300 years alone can be easily traced to their roots, but their origin reaches back to Babylonian time and before that.

    We, who lived, experienced and suffered under communist totalitarianism know what is happening. It is is unfolding all around us. We know who they are and the financial powers behind it.

    I would like to quote the following, by one of the signer of the ‘Declaration of Independence’, a man who knew to well the dangers the new ‘Republic’ would be faced with if its citizens would not uphold its principles:

    …” The arts of power and its minions are the same in all countries and in all ages. It marks the victim; denounces it; and excites the public odium and the public hatred, to conceal its own abuses and encroachments”….. ( Henry Clay, 1834, Kentucky, USA )

    In the Winter of 2001, three month after 9/11, I visited Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. It was a very cold and dreary day, but this did not deter me from going to the place were George Washington and his troops had once fought the battle against the British forces of King George. With the help of a map I was able to find the many sites I wanted to see. Just like Gettysburg, it is a hunted place, no doubt. Anyhow, I visited the Valley Forge Monument. As I stood there quietly and with honor I read the following inscription under the original seal of 1776:
    Commander in chief
    George Washington

    Major Generals

    De Kalb Mifflin
    Greene Steuben
    Lafayette Stirling
    Lee Sullivan

    Brigadier Generals

    Armstrong Patterson
    Du Portail Poor
    Glover Scott
    Huntington Smallwood
    Knox Varnum
    Learned Wayne
    McIntosh Weedon
    Maxwell Woodford
    Muhlenberg Pulaski


    Henry A. Brown

    The reader may want to read this last part, again, because this inscription shows us that the majority of our citizens have forgotten what this country was founded upon. We no longer have true statesmen, we have politicians who have sold their souls to the golden calf.

    A wise Amish man once issued the following statement:

    If you admire our faith, strengthen your.
    If you admire our sense of commitment, deepen yours.
    If you admire our community spirit, build one.
    If you admire the simple life, cut back.
    If you admire quality merchandise or land stewardship, make quality.
    If you admire deep character and enduring values, live them.

    We are under assault, and insult 24/7. But as long good men and women do nothing to bring this daily attack to an end, we will continue to deteriorate. President Donald Trump cannot do the clean up alone, he needs the help of all the citizens who deeply care for this country, and who want a future for our children.
    Pax Vobiscum!

    1. Many thanks for your profound input, Freifrau Gabriele!
      I liked your quotes. Most inspiring.

  8. Lasha with her lash: “Women and fools were expected to do what they were told and not meddle in state affairs. A wise decision, in my humble opinion, all things considered.” Here, Here, Ms. Darkmoon. Considering most of the women State Governors, Big city mayors and police chiefs, some with sexual confusion, except for the sweet heart Republican governor of South Dakota, Lasha shows remarkable wisdom. But one second thought, most of the men politicians are any better.
    A real man like Trump and his real women wife are much preferred to the girly man with tranny wife that preceded them in the White House.

  9. Darkmoon comments:
    “Americans will get the president they deserve in four months’ time, either Biden with his many faults or Trump with his numerous shortcomings. ”
    Why stop there? Obama, Bush Jr, Clinton, Bush Sr, Reagan, Carter, Ford and so on and so on.
    Useless. All of them.
    Democracy today is based on the absolutely stupid idea that if enough ignorant people vote, the total result of the casted votes will be something good.

    The only certain thing I can say about Trump is that he must have something going for him, since a unanimous media hates the man.

    It’s not that I back Trump so much….
    It’s more about my scorn for this woman, who happens to be his detractor…
    I don’t think I can hold my nose and vote for Donald this time…
    But if I did, it would only be out of the realization of how much worse Biden will be…
    Donald puts the Jews’ interests first, it would certainly appear, and comes up way short on our existential issues….
    He gets a Red F on the virus now too…
    Though he’s admirable on many levels, he’s not the president we need…
    Real working Americans are sick to death of the calumny and prevarication, chaos, the violence, rioting, rotten city welfare state hostage politics, sick school curriculum, gangs, dope, sanctuary treason, cheap media, homelessness/unemployment, dearth of vision – no plan…..
    I don’t think The Donald is ever going to get it, where it’s time to use force, make it overwhelming, stamp it out…

    1. Thanks, Barkingdeer. An excellent response to my query. So what do you intend to do this time? Not vote at all? Or force yourself to vote for Trump, despite your misgivings, because you prefer him to Biden?

  11. If this isn’t peak “Dumb Broad”, I don’t no idea what it’s gonna take…

  12. And “Yes!” – I’d known Trump for years before most of the blabbering buffoons on Darkmoon have EVER heard of him!

    Stay tuned – you MIGHT learn something.

  13. “the witch mary trump has achieved the trifecta of female aspirations the dream of many women which is – to destroy a man…”

    “She is a sour grapes feminist…”

    “Yea, I don’t think Mary’s book contains a SINGLE damaging allegation.”

    “The book is just another sleazy media product, big fanfare in the msm, disgusting… what else is new?
    the dirty little bitch, otherwise a total nobody, only somebody because she knows him,…”

    “Nevertheless, I would love to see a real professional do a Kitty Kelly on Mary.”

    Wow, lots of disparaging remarks about Mary Trump and her book here, and I would have to disagree with all of them; and not just because I despise Trump.

    The woman comes across as sincere and truly concerned about the damage he’s done and the further damage he’s capable of doing if he’s reelected.

    Taken in proper context, the substance of the book would seem to be quite valuable to anyone trying to make sense out of his behavior.

    She paints a picture of Trump as a monster who doesn’t give a damn about anyone or anything but himself, and who’s never been held accountable for any of his misdeeds or failures. And this would seem to go a long way toward explaining his willingness to take risks that other presidents would not take. For example, he continues to provoke China, having recently taken the drastic step of shutting down the Chinese consulate in Houston, TX. Where does he think he’s going with this? What’s the end game, a shooting war? Complete economic and political disconnection with China? There’s no way he’s going to damage China without also damaging the people of the U.S., but he doesn’t give a damn, because: (1) consequences have never mattered and (2) if he doesn’t give a damn about his own dying brother and family, what does he care about Joe and Jill Sixpack?

  14. I read the book a couple of days ago,
    donalds worst crime in her eyes is that he stole the crown from the only person fit and deserving enough to have won it………… Hillary Clinton.
    this at the very beginning.
    and the rest of it?
    sour grapes and tittletattle indeed.
    some of members of a stinking rich family are bonkers and tight with their money
    (who’d have thought it??)
    Donald was the favoured son, which all conspired to turn another son ,her dad
    into an alcoholic
    and thats about it

    one more thing I noticed,
    towards the end of the book, she states that chauvin the cop “murdered” Floyd.
    there hasn’t been a trial yet,
    no libel law in the US?

    1. Teejay —

      Do you really think she wrote this book herself ? This article’s long litany of faults seem contrived. Like a Jewish Fable. Holocaustian.

  15. We all need to vote for Biden and make sure the United States becomes a TOTAL JEW COMMUNIST sh*thole like the JEW COMMUNIST Soviet Union was because Mary doesn ‘t like her uncle. For Mary’s sake lets go TOTALLY JEW COMMUNIST! We must vote for Biden and go TOTALLY COMMUNIST so Mary can feel she got justice because her father wasn’t the favorite son in the family, her uncle Donald was her grandfather’s favorite, not her father. That’s the fault of us Americans and us Americans must do everything we can to turn the country into a TOTAL JEW COMMUNIST state to make amends to poor Mary! Justice 4 Mary Vote Communist Party in November!

    1. Yeah TROJ, I agree. It will serve the Yanks right if they go full Communist. Then all the dangerous Left-liberal women will be put in their place. Women have never fared well under full blown Communism, as it was Weishaupt’s and Marx’s design to recruit dumb-arsed women into their Commo-Zio ranks. As the great Mrs Nesta Webster said, “women of disordered imaginations”; and as Weishaupt said, “low grade intellectual women, plus easy lay women who would provide relief to their male comrades will be recruited by appealing to their natural narcissism and vanity.” …. eg. I refer to the photograph of the fat, feminist woman, protesting with the sign “PROUD SLUT.” … Communism is not all that bad if you drown your sorrows in bottles of vodka. Incidentally, Gilbert what do you mean by saying Mary is “well-stacked”?? Does she have stacks of books? This is not in Oz lingo.

      1. Max,

        A little bird tells me you will find the word “well-stacked” in any Dictionary of American Slang. “Well-stacked” in this particular context means “big-breasted”, but it can also refer to the female buttocks. Kim Kardashian would be the ultimate example of the well-stacked woman. (Perhaps a caricature).

        The male equivalent of “well-stacked”, referring to the male genitals, is “well-hung”.

    2. @ TROJ

      The U.S. is already a “TOTAL JEW COMMUNIST sh*thole.”

      We all need to either vote for some third party candidate – anyone who is not known to be a satanist – or we need to stay home.

  16. In respect to the globalists and other enemies of our Nation and people, both foreign and domestic, I WANT Trump to be the World’s Most Dangerous Man.

    Honestly, I’m not sure yet… I think I actually voted for his wife last time…
    If I thought my vote would make the difference between Trump and Biden, I’d have to vote for Trump…
    Hillary was going to be bad, but Biden is going to be the end of the world for the USA…
    In fact, I’d rather have Hillary than Biden, if I could ever squeeze my nose that hard, and maybe that’s the plan…
    I’m a Free Man… I live in a Free Country… As long as I act like it… When I stop acting like it, I’m no longer free…
    Yes, I guess the owner of a private property can refuse me entry without a mask…
    But it’s a different story when it comes to public property…
    Trump’s original positions are generally good, but he keeps reneging on them…
    Now he’s reneged on the virus…
    It’s clear he’s being dictated to, the way he keeps changing his stories on subjects……
    You get the real Trump at first, then he gets debriefed, re-phrases, and it’s Trump the Chump…
    I guess there is no real president anymore…
    I think Trump would be the real deal, if he knew how, Jews aside, he has the right sentiment and intentions….
    And at this point it is a lot to ask, would take a hell of a man to actually pump out that cesspool……..
    But Biden is totally down with all the bs from the gitgo…
    “And this would seem to go a long way toward explaining his willingness to take risks that other presidents would not take. For example, he continues to provoke China, having recently taken the drastic step of shutting down the Chinese consulate in Houston, TX. Where does he think he’s going with this? What’s the end game, a shooting war? Complete economic and political disconnection with China?”
    No, Trump has declined serious escalation more than once…
    I think there will never be a big nuke war with China, or Russia…
    The will however be lots of tense moments, designed to help justify more contracts…
    More likely there will be a civil war state of affairs in the USA, aad maybe there already are 2,000,000 Chinese UN Troops ensconced in the DUMB Complex, waiting…
    And, complete disconnection from China is exactly what the USA needs…
    Every piece of landfill junk we buy there should be good products made in the USA by former homeless people and drug dealers… That’s the way to MAGA…

    1. Barkingdeer,

      I congratulate you for putting into words what many people are thinking. They feel instinctively drawn toward Trump for reasons they find hard to articulate, but at the same time they are experiencing disillusionment at Trump’s constant U-turns, changes of mind, and failure to keep his promises.

      The main thing I have against Trump, personally, is his betrayal of the Palestinians and his almost grovelling abasement before Netanyahu. He needs to drain the swamp, we all know that. We also know that the most dangerous swamp creatures are the Jews.

      It’s Trump’s helplessness before the Jews that I find particularly galling.

    2. @ Barkingdeer

      “If I thought my vote would make the difference between Trump and Biden, I’d have to vote for Trump… Hillary was going to be bad, but Biden is going to be the end of the world for the USA… In fact, I’d rather have Hillary than Biden…”

      Well, maybe you’re right. However ultra-Zionist Trump may be, Biden is just as bad if not worse when it comes to licking the feet of the Jews. From the former Vice President Joe Biden:

      “Jewish heritage has shaped who we are – all of us – as much or more than any other factor in the last 223 years. And that’s a fact,” Joe Biden told a gathering of Jewish leaders on May 21, 2013, in Washington, DC. “The truth is that Jewish heritage, Jewish culture, Jewish values are such an essential part of who we are that it’s fair to say that Jewish heritage is American heritage,” he added.

      “Think – behind of all that, I bet you 85 percent of those [social-political] changes, whether it’s in Hollywood or social media, are a consequence of Jewish leaders in the industry. The influence is immense, the influence is immense.”

  18. I would characterize America as a Slobocracy. In the early 90s, Trump was in debt to the tune of $4 Billion due to horrendous business decisions. He was toast. A consortium of high financiers bailed him out with their spokesman stating, “Donald Trump is worth more to us alive than dead.” These gentlemen obviously had big plans for the Trumpster. They have also owned his ass ever since. Anyone venture to guess what tribe they belong to? They hold up the hoop and he jumps through it. Lasha, the best form of government is a Meritocracy, like National Socialist Germany strove to be. Regardless of the economic class you were born into, in whatever your field of endeavor, bereft of nepotism and connections, if you were capable and could deliver you rose to the top.

  19. @ Heretic Drummer

    ” Lasha, the best form of government is a Meritocracy,”

    Lasha agrees with this, and made this quite clear in her extended endnote when she puts in a good word for Plato and his idea that the best form of government was an aristocracy. In Plato’s time, “aristocracy” did not mean a hereditary nobility. It meant, literally, “rule by the BEST minds” (i.e. a meritocracy).

    For centuries, China was ruled by its mandarinate, a type of meritocracy.
    In order to join this ruling class of top civil servants, you had to pass gruelling examinations and spend your entire youth and early manhood studying the art of government. People who failed these examinations did not get into the magic circle of the mandarinate, the political intelligentsia based purely on merit.

    Most of our rulers today are unfit to rule. They know nothing about the art of government. As for allowing the ignorant masses to vote, nothing could be me more idiotic. They now plan to extend the vote to 16-year-olds, many of them illiterate and with the IQs of chimpanzees!

    So that’s modern democracy for you: an anti-meritocratic chimpocracy. 🙂

  20. LD
    ““For a state in which the law is respected, democracy is the worst form of government, but if the law is not respected, it is the best.”
    I guess i need a little help with that… what’s the guy trying to say, what’s the argument?
    “In Plato’s time, “aristocracy” did not mean a hereditary nobility. It meant, literally, “rule by the BEST minds” (i.e. a meritocracy).”
    I think it might have meant – ‘rule by the master race from the stars’, where we got off-planet religion as we know it…
    “I would characterize America as a Slobocracy. In the early 90s, Trump was in debt to the tune of $4 Billion due to horrendous business decisions.”
    The question is – did he simply enrich himself at the expense of his business, like mitt romney or gordon gecko would do? i’d like to know the details on that…

  21. I wish I could make millions of dollars by dishing up hundreds of pages of 65-year old trivia and gossip about things MY uncle did when he was 7 years old.
    I’m green with envy.

    1. We’ve all got evil uncles, Carlos.
      Lasha’s got one — he keeps deleting my comments! 🙂

    2. It appears to me that the very title of the book is self-contradictory and reveals a tendency towards grotesque exaggeration.
      If Trump were really the “World’s Most Dangerous Man”, the book could never have been written, much less published. The author would have been “disappeared” years ago.
      One would not, for example, move to Mexico and start writing about the drug cartels, for obvious reasons.

  22. oh I don’t know, its pedestrian enough,
    it can’t have been much of a slog to write,
    particularly if she has been stewing it for years.
    it could have been dictated to a “ghost”
    although it lacks any kind of writing “style”,
    either way ’tis a nothing burger thus no danger to Trump whatsoever.

    1. Teejay
      July 27, 2020 at 7:49 pm
      “…it could have been dictated to a “ghost”…

      It seems to have been a sort of “team effort” with 3 or 4 people from the New York Times (p. 189 ff, up to about p. 195).

  23. FLAN
    I searched it out with – ‘Yugoslavian issues warning to all Americans’….
    It’s a lesson on how countries are cast into civil war…

  24. We can’t judge Mary Trump’s assertions about her family, but the following is a short sampling of factual distortions and absurd exaggerations taken from her magnum opus where current events are concerned. Liberalism is a mental disorder.– C.P.]

    p. 20

    [There was never any “racist Muslin ban”. There was a temporary ban on Muslims entering the US from seven terrorism-linked countries based on a list drawn up by the Obama administration. It was overturned by some district court judge someplace, and Trump simply gave up even trying to enforce it, just as he gave up trying to enforce anything else he ever tried. – C.P.]

    p. 204
    “…the children he’s KIDNAPPED AND PUT INTO CONCENTRATION CAMPS on the Mexican border…”

    [There are no “concentration camps” in America. Tell it to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. – C.P.]

    p. 207
    “…the Central Park Five… were subsequently cleared, proven innocent via INCONTROVERTIBLE DNA EVIDENCE…”

    [Since the DNA in the victim’s vagina did not match that of any of the defendants, the “Central Park Five” were never even charged with rape! They were convicted of smashing her face in with a big rock and other minor pecadillos. – C.P.]

    p. 210

    [There was never any “kidnapping” or “imprisonment” of “children” at all, and “refugees” are supposed to apply from the territory of the first “safe country,” a condition they almost never comply with. – C.P.]

    p. 213
    “…the worst civil unrest since the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. This is another crisis in which it would have been so easy for Donald to triumph, but his ignorance overwhelms his ability to turn to his advantage the third national catastrophe to occur on his watch. An effective response would have entailed a CALL FOR UNITY.”

    [Yeah, like Trump leading the rioters and throwing molotov cocktails along with everybody else . – C.P.]

    “I can only imagine the envy with which Donald watched Derek Chauvin’s casual cruelty and monstrous indifference as he MURDERED GEORGE FLOYD; HANDS IN HIS POCKETS, HIS INSOUCIANT GAZE AIMED AT THE CAMERA. I can only IMAGINE that Donald wishes it had been his knee on Floyd’s neck.”

    [I think everyone knows by now that Floyd died of a drug overdose while resisting arrest. The officer’s “insouciant gaze” simply proves the absolute absence of any mens rea. Chauvin was obviously doing what he was trained to do and saw nothing wrong in it. – C.P]

    p. 167

    p. 187
    “…she didn’t know I had a daughter or that I WAS RAISING HER WITH THE WOMAN I’D MARRIED after my grandfather’s funeral and THEN DIVORCED or that I had recently received my DOCTORATE IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY…”

    [We gather that the author is a lezzie who marries another woman, ends up with a kid from someplace, then dumps her gay “marriage partner,” but keeps the kid, who lives with her. The reason there are so many wacko psychologists is because three quarters of the loonies go into psychology to try to understand their own problems. – C.P.]

  25. There used to be a saying “don’t air your dirty laundry” that applied to families, countries and other things you belong to and are important to you. The media loves it when someone attacks their own, particularly someone they hate, like Trump. She may regret writing that book some day but the wounds to her uncle and other family members will never completely heal.

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