Unfit: The Psychology of Donald Trump
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Unfit: The Psychology of Donald Trump

2020, Politics  -   13 Comments
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In the military, there's a program called the Personnel Reliability Program (PRP), which assesses individuals for personal reliability. They screen for factors like personal defects, financial issues, and infidelity to determine trustworthiness for sensitive tasks, such as guarding nuclear weapons or operating missiles. Unlike the military personnel who undergo rigorous evaluation, the President is automatically trusted. Why?

For example, Trump has a history of fabricating his golf achievements, even claiming club championships he didn't compete in. He once won a championship over the phone while playing elsewhere, demanding the title after hearing the winning score. On other occasions, he won tournaments where he was the only participant. His cheating extends beyond golf, raising questions about his integrity in various aspects of life, including taxes, relationships, and elections.

Trump's divisive rhetoric has brought out the worst in some individuals, with vulgar outbursts and expressions of support. Despite allegations of racism, Trump vehemently denies it, often pointing to token individuals as evidence of his inclusivity. Critics argue that his behavior is more a product of narcissism than outright racism. However, his controversial statements and actions, such as his response to the Charlottesville incident, have led many to conclude otherwise.

Some supporters see him as a champion of the overlooked, while others view him as dangerous and divisive. Comparisons to historical authoritarian figures like Mussolini and Hitler are drawn, highlighting the dangers of demagoguery and the erosion of democratic norms. But, Trump's rise and behavior draw comparisons to historical figures like Hitler, not because he's equivalent to them, but because they share psychological traits.

Our complacency in a time of peace and prosperity has made us blind to the fragility of democracy. Trump's presidency has emboldened autocrats worldwide, from Erdogan in Turkey to Putin in Russia, fostering a global assault on liberal democracy. We're witnessing a resurgence of authoritarianism, reminiscent of the fascist era and post-colonial strongmen.

Trump's erratic behavior poses a grave risk to national and global security. His impulsive nature leaves us vulnerable to catastrophic outcomes, making the stakes of his presidency alarmingly high. He exploits nonexistent threats, fostering an "us versus them" mentality. Loyalty to him becomes blind obedience, ignoring his disregard for truth and incompetence.

Directed by: Dan Partland

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Flesh Eating Virus
Flesh Eating Virus
3 months ago

Trump is akin to a sore on your body, that starts out as a tiny mole that you pick at. Then it keeps growing, while you continue removing it with more and more effort. Finally, the sore consumes your arm, which is then chopped off. But, the sore has turned into a full blown flesh eating virus that cannot be stopped. After a long, protracted fight, your body gives in and dies.
Trump is what unbridled paranoia, racism, conspiratorial media and culture, economic disparity, disenfranchisement, and megalomania will do to a nation. He is the tiny sore that has been turned into a flesh easting virus, that is now consuming and destroying America.
We have already cut off the arm, next will be the body. If Trump wins in 2024, will come the death of Democracy and the virus will then consume this country. It happened in Germany, Russian, Italy, Argentina, Venezuela, Spain, Turkey, Syria and a litany of other countries. It can most certainly, is most likely will happen here.

Yyy
Yyy
3 months ago

Brilliant !

Mindcryme
Mindcryme
3 months ago

The only facts are his name Trump, and everything else is fake news.

william
william
3 months ago

What a load of horse sht!

Jackal
Jackal
3 months ago

It certainly describes Trump to a "T" and the people like him who voted him in

Big Daddy Cork
Big Daddy Cork
3 months ago

This movie was powerful. They did not tell anything that wasn't based on fact. It really opened my eyes to the serious issues that we could face with him. I don't believe the movie that's being shown right now that he's a great upstanding guy that they claim he is not based on his history. He's been rather perverted he has flipped on every issue you can imagine and either admits in his book The art of the deal that when you lie to somebody you keep lying and eventually they'll believe you. That doesn't sound like a good Christian honest person to me maybe I'm Wrong but who knows.

Eli Bordin
Eli Bordin
3 months ago

God help us … excellent documentary

Dennis
Dennis
3 months ago

I definitely recommend this film.

dee
dee
3 months ago

What a crock of sh*t! TDS much??