No One Ever Owns Up To Political Rhetoric Anyways..

Before I embraced writing I was an emcee’ a master of ceremony, an inner city suburban youth polluted by the multicultural rap music craze that swept the world in the early second millennium. Today rap artist are called EM’Cee’s based upon their ability to captivate a crowed, what I learned in rap music has helped me in politics in the sense that it is the art of captivating a crowed, a politician is a person who determines the forms to be observed on a public occasion, there is a very similar context linguistically to any performance art including the political arena. Donald Trump has been known to make an entrance, again in the all in art of performance, an entrance in to en-trance, to captivate to grab-hold of a rooms collective energies and keep position of it, and in this Trump shines.

The similarities are indeed disturbing;

The Seemingly most popular incarnation of the Don’s entrance is one tuned to the Undertakers theme music;

In what seems to me a strange convergence of both satire and similitude of both politics and entertainment. However contrary to Social Justice warriors, and Black lives matter, Bernie Sanders was not the answer, and Trump is not the End of the Republic, He’s not the Undertaker, he’s not even Vince Mc’Mann as one would naturally assume, he is Shane, the league owners privileged son a vicegerent for the holy roman Anglophile network, as demonstrated by Rudy Giuliani’s rabid “Make America Safe..WE’RE COMING TO GET YOU!”  RNC Speech. He was quite literally salivating at the idea of more American Imperialism.

Does he have a mouse in his pocket? or Does he think shouting every word will scare the terrorists into declaring defeat ?

A disturbing image for those of us lobbying for less war and foreign military entanglements.

Melania Trump’s speech was supposed to be the highlight of Monday night’s Republican National Convention, and it almost certainly will be considered the most memorable speech of the night—because it was clear that her speechwriters remembered entire passages from Michelle Obama’s speech at the 2008 Democratic National Convention. The similarities are striking and often word-for-word; a video juxtaposing the two speeches shows that they seem to echo each other. The words Plagiarize and plagiarism both spiked in online dictionary lookups.

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Look ups for ‘plagiarism’ and ‘plagiarize’ both spiked as people gradually became aware that a section of Melania Trump’s RNC speech was strikingly similar to a section of Michelle Obama’s 2008 DNC speech.

Plagiarize means “to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one’s own” or “to use (another’s production) without crediting the source.” It is a word that frequently spikes in September, when school and college orientations are taking place, because they usually include warnings about plagiarism policies.

The verb plagiarize comes from the slightly older noun plagiary, which could refer to either a plagiarist or a kidnapper. The “kidnapper” sense of this word hearkens back to the Latin word plagiarius, a word for someone who would kidnap children or freeman and sell them into slavery. By the first century CE the word was being used in Latin to refer to a person who stole the words, rather than the children, of another.

This media raconteur is nothing more than a weapon of mass distraction..

 Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus said he would “probably” fire his speechwriters and told reporters at a Bloomberg breakfast that the controversy was a “distraction” but said he expected the convention to get back on message Tuesday.

In an interview with NBC News taped ahead of her convention appearance and posted online early Tuesday, Mrs. Trump said of her speech, “I wrote it.” She added that she had “a little help.” Which was obviously a speech writer who made a bad judgement call.  In an interview with Matt Lauer, Trump said that she wrote the speech. Here is the Trump campaign’s vague statement, which doesn’t admit to any plagiarism as much as it describes the process of speechwriting:

                                                             

First published in 1971, Rules for Radicals is Saul Alinsky’s impassioned counsel to young radicals on how to effect constructive social change and know “the difference between being a realistic radical and being a rhetorical one.”  Obama: …like: you work hard for what you want in life…

Trump: …that you work hard for what you want in life.

Obama: …that your word is your bond, that you do what you say you’re gonna do…

Trump: …that your word is your bond, and you do what you say…

Obama: …that you treat people with dignity and respect…

Trump: …that you treat people with respect…

Obama: …because we want our children and all children in this nation to know…

Trump: …because we want our children in this nation to know…

Obama: …the only limits on the height of your achievements is the reach of your dreams…

Trump: …that the only limit to your achievements is the strength of your dreams…

Obama: …and your willingness to work hard for them.

Trump: …and your willingness to work for them.

 

With these phrases Trump’s wife joins Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Joe Biden as accused plagiarists, all of whom took statements directly out of Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals (1971)“.

See more – Here at Zero Hedge who did a full break down

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Danny F. Quest, is an artist, blogger, journalist, and media personality. Co. Founder of TheTruther.us, Danny works as a Freelance journalist and graphic designer for WeAreChange.org, author of ‘120 characters or less’ The guide to winning a debate in the Digtal age. Danny is also working on two documentary films, I love my country but hate what they are doing” and “30 days in Gaza” depicting what it is for Palestinians to live under Israeli occupation.

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