Friday, 13 July 2018

Blowing his own Trumpet

I know I am only one of many who are staggered by the monstrous conceit of Donald Trump, but I could not resist adding my ten cent's worth to the pool of condemnation.

We have been treated to so many public displays of supremely undiplomatic behaviour since he came into his 'Kingdom', that it seemed unlikely he would be able to add anything worse.

Yet, here he is, in our country, describing in tones of deepest sorrow his unhappiness with all things British.

He explains how he "told Mrs May how she should have approached the EU on Brexit, but she ignored his instructions".

The supreme arrogance of this most ridiculous public firgure is matched only by his level of self-delusion.

Does he really believe the rubbish he spouts or is it part of the by now, indisputable paranoia he has shown to the world since he became a 'world leader'.

Will he I wonder, continue to condescend to everyone else he meets on this official visit, even, dare I suggest, her majesty The Queen?

Or, will his preposterous behaviour be toned-down to a more socially-aware level?

The thought of him languishing in the Tower is the only thing which sustains me .


  1. Trump in the Tower. What a good idea Ray!

  2. A bit unfair to the ravens perhaps?

  3. Dear Ray, I so agree with all you said here. The following sentence really sums up the man: "The supreme arrogance of this most ridiculous public firgure is matched only by his level of self-delusion." And I just laughed at loud at the idea of his languishing in the Tower. Oh, if we could get rid of his presence here so easily and England had to endure him for a while! Peace.

  4. Thanks but no thanks Dee. We have more than enough "arrested adolescents" of our own��

  5. Loathing him with an equal intensity, Ray!

  6. If only loathing were enough Sue.

    The staggering belief in his charm and appeal to the entire world is breath-taking in it's lack of awareness.

    What is the matter with America that they haven't found some means of unseating him from his throne?

  7. Just catching up and aware that the Trump's advice seems to be almost coming true. Heaven help us all. Trust this finds you well. Blessings from Dalamory. Freda

  8. Hmmmm Don't know about that freda. I think our home-grown
    (forgive the word) politicians, are more than capable of messing up world affairs, without the need for advice from the world's greatest exponent of the art.!
    Yes, I am resonably well, just a bit bored at present, hence the no-blog thing.
    Blessings likewise.

  9. And we all thought he couldn't get sillier and here we are 6 weeks on and it continues xxxx