One has to understand the definition of an Achilles’ heel to proceed any further. Ironically it is the antithesis of everything for which Ivanka Trump stands, but that’s not uncommon.
Remember, Ivanka sits on the porcelain throne, has bowel movements like every other common folk, and flatulence in need of expulsion just like you and cows. It means to “fart”, or “pass gas” for those of you who don’t have the vocabulary of Ivanka. That’s the topic for a later issue, her vocabulary.
Every human being is born with vulnerabilities and some are more dominant than others.
One example is the old Napoleon Syndrome that has been smoothed over and almost hidden in America due to political correctness by calling it “Small Man Syndrome“. Yet it’s not gender specific, but typically more pronounced in the male of the species.
Another example has no official name. Light had been shed on the reality since the death of the legendary comedian Robin Williams, but has since faded. It’s the link between comedians and at the very least, depression. Very good excerpt from The Daily Dot with the most talented Wayne Brady follows:
Furthermore, anybody who has paid the slightest attention to actual comedians knows how deeply depression is threaded into the profession. From Lenny Bruce to Woody Allen, Rodney Dangerfield, George Carlin, and Richard Pryor, it’s on display for everybody to see in the so-called “greats.” Then there’s the many comics whose depression fed into substance abuse (a factor in Williams’ case, too), and vice versa, which thereby resulting in overdoses. John Belushi, Sam Kinison, and Chris Farley might all fall into this category. Moreover, Wikipedia literally has a whole page devoted to “comedians who committed suicide.”
However, in the wake of Williams’ death, and even the years preceding it, an increasing number of comedians have also opened up and talked freely about depression. There’s Stephen Fry, Conan O’Brien, Ellen DeGeneres, Louis C.K., Sarah Silverman, Jim Carrey, Patton Oswalt, and David Letterman, to name a few. This is a very good thing, as talking about depression (while not guaranteed to solve anything permanently) shows other people it helps to talk about depression, too. Because until you talk about it, people don’t know what you’re going through.
You might be thinking “Wait! What?” Slow down and read their names. Liberals, progressives, democrats – whatever they want to be called, and it’s OK. Ivanka Trump is a liberal, progressive pro-women’s rights or a feminist, and that’s OK too.
I sort of digress.
One’s Achilles’ heel is pretty obvious, and that’s my point. (Hint: Pssssttt… it’s in her political heels.)
Feminism is about equality with men, yet Ivanka Trump is nothing without her dad Donald Trump, otherwise we wouldn’t know her. She is admittedly nothing without her husband Jared Kushner, who she won’t take the surname of – a felon’s son – but he’s OK being disassociated with that label too. It’s befitting to be emasculated under the guise of his wife’s persona of “feminism or working woman”. Plus, she said, “Honestly, I have a tendency to date dorks. Which means that a lot of times, I date guys that no one else would deem to be a hunk.”
It appears Ivanka believes she understands those of us who are less fortunate. That’s what… 99% of Americans?
“What I wanted,” says Ivanka, “was a conversation with women celebrating the fact that we’re multidimensional, we’re not all cut from the same cloth. The definition of success varies dramatically between each of us.”
Let me help prepare you for Ivanka’s inability to comprehend the mere word “multidimensional”. You won’t have to read much before you’re insulted by the life being painted [emphasis mine] as the “art of her ‘father’s daughter’ deal”. How is that being a feminist, again?
There aren’t a great number of photos to see on the internet that aren’t posed, yet one can put the pieces together of when Ivanka was sent to a boarding school after her parents divorced, and relives the feeling as she speaks of winning her dad’s affections with a spark of grandiosity about calling him from the janitor’s closet collect. She also admitted to being a competitor, her challenger appears pretty, and evident in the photo below.
Perhaps, Ivanka felt like she won in some respects, later. Who knows, nobody is capable of reading the mind of another. We do know this much, she remains a constant female in the life of Donald J. Trump.
There’s still a problem, remember? She’s really not like the average person. While being a feminist or seeking equality to men.
Get your men friends, because Ivanka Trump the self-appointed political figure said the following:
“There’s a certain caricature that comes to mind when someone says ‘working woman,’ ” says Ivanka. “Yet that doesn’t exist for men. In fact, I’ve never heard anyone say ‘working man.’ Ever.
Everything has to be picture perfect, and it’s all an illusion. Men in construction, it’s reported she coos commands, but doesn’t ask to get the job done. Apparently, unlike her dad, or her older brother Don Jr., she didn’t mingle with the construction workers, cab drivers, police or mow lawns doing odd jobs to make tips. Ivanka used her outward beauty to garner attention and earn money via modeling.
Therefore, it’s safe to conclude that Steve Bannon, who came from a working class family really did and does have his finger on the pulse of America and the forgotten men and women who work for a living.
But in this case, Ivanka directly insults the working man. There’s a false eyelash in your thermos, working man.
Her parenting even by the standards of some liberals would be considered as apparently foolish, naive, and maybe even a bit sordid due to nannies. Such as Anne-Marie Slaughter who wrote a popular piece with The Atlantic in 2012, on “Why Women Still Can’t Have it All“.
Anne-Marie Slaughter, former adviser to Hillary Clinton and president of the New America Foundation, reached out to the first daughter shortly after the election to discuss potential areas of cooperation around policies geared toward women…
It’s become obvious to this writer or trained assessor, seeking to learn the truth, Ivanka Trump is oblivious to her political faux pas.
Then again, what target audience reads Harper’s Bizarre?
- Construction workers,
- Coal miners,
- Factory workers,
- Deployed Military or any USA Military Forces,
- City workers
Get my point? Feel free to add any worker who’d be offended down below, it may be you.
She wasn’t done sticking her stilettos into her own mouth. Ivanka is becoming the next liberal “gaffer”, but her dreamy glamor shots with Spanx, somehow gloss over her inability to conjugate her many words dependent upon what octave in which she chooses to articulate.
For a dream cometh through the multitude of business; and a fool’s voice is known by multitude of words. – Ecclesiastes 5:3
Ivanka wasn’t quite finished:
If our newly elected President, Donald J. Trump tells REUTERS upon his first 100 day reflection:
“I loved my previous life. I had so many things going,” Trump told Reuters in an interview. “This is more work than in my previous life. I thought it would be easier.”
Then when will the public begin to wonder what these two pictured below (Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner) are up to whispering in OUR President’s ear, and realize they have appointed their own differing political representatives. They know less than the mere mortal man the electoral college voted into office to serve the American people.
There’s more to come. The popular focus has been intentionally placed on Ivanka as Jared stands emasculated against the wall where he enjoys being “underestimated”. Remember I wrote that, because it’s like an incantation the “family” likes to use. Donald Trump started it, Ivanka and Jared use it to the hilt.
If you love God, the United States of America, seek truth, desire to see America First; support our President, Donald J. Trump, then would you please help me continue doing what the media refuses?
It takes countless hours of my time and currently no resources, without your help there will be no more of my time. Maybe this will get into the hands of some generous people in Myanmar (Burma), because America is no longer the most generous nation in the world.
Be different. It’s not nearly as simple as it may appear.