Trump 153* or How to Block the Narcissist and his Sycophants from Inflicting More Damage on the World
- The number 153*: from the number category called narcissistic; narcissistic numbers are equal to the sum of the cubes of its own digits (Thanks to The World of Trotter Math).
- Narcissistic: having an excessive or erotic interest in oneself and one’s physical appearance; vain, self-obsessed, egotistic, conceited, self-centered.
Sometimes it’s hard to believe what’s happened to our country in the wake of the last presidential election. But, that said, we have to face what is happening, act, and support and be a part of the opposition and protestation of the deconstruction of American.
The Authoritarian, aka, the narcissist, painted a dark picture of the world as soon as he opened his mouth on January 20, 2017. He continues to repeat this mantra of the presidential campaign, not only within the White House, but especially when he goes on the road like he did last night in front of his deplorables (hat tip to HRC). As one Republican advisor to Ronald Reagan put it, last’s night speech by Trump was the ‘most divisive’ ever by a President.
So what is Trump 153 about. It’s not an advanced course by any means, but it is an introductory one, perhaps the most important type of course offered at university because if they are taught correctly, they will inspire students to take action and pursue a degree in that area of study.
Course 153 is based on the work that has already been accomplished in the first 100 days of the Trump administration. Yes, that’s right. The first action was no action. Not so many people showed up on January 20, although the narcissist claims the media was wrong, even when one of his own government agencies took pictures of the crowds at his and Obama’s first inauguration. However, Trump can take credit for the fact that hundreds of demonstrations were held across the U.S. protesting the very nature of Trump.
The Women’s March
The second, and perhaps most important action to confront and block Trump’s world was the Woman’s March, on January 21, 2017. The numbers, world wide, are staggering. 500,000 people marched in Washington, D.C. More than 2 million marched in other U.S. cities. World wide, 81 countries held marches in 168 locations. Organizers reported after the marches that at least 5 million people participated, with 673 marches held worldwide. In the U.S. the only protest that rivaled the Woman’s March, were marches held in protest of the Vietnam War.