Reasons why no one is talking about voting for Trump.
Ziad K Abdelnour is the President & CEO of Blackhawk Partners, Inc. (New York-based private equity agency). He is also an activist, lobbyist, author, wall-street financier, and also an active philanthropist. Ziad Abdelnour is the author of the best-selling books: “Start-up Saboteurs — How Incompetence, Ego and Small Thinking Prevent True Wealth Creation” and “Economic warfare: Secrets of Wealth Creation in the Age of Welfare Politics”. Having more than 30 years of experience in wall-street, Ziad K Abdelnour has helped more than 125 businesses and serial entrepreneurs. He graduated with the highest distinction in MBA at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and BS (Economics) at the American University of Beirut. Ziad has been speaking about the existing conformism on the mindset of Americans brewed by social media, bloggers, and content creators. He presents a complete psychological analysis of the current state of affairs. It all began with a failed ‘Pied-Piper’ strategy carried forward by the Clinton propaganda, the effects of which are now becoming manifest in the ‘cancel culture’ run wildly amok. The discussion on any famous platform regarding the election is focused too much on certain comments made by Trump, his mistakes, his idiosyncrasies, and no one is honestly focusing on the socio-economic policies the presidential candidates have to offer. It’s no more about what is right — it’s about who is right! — Because if there is anything wrong with the system it must be entirely because of us. I wonder where they got that from!? — Of course, The Democrats. It is the Democrats who dictate their subjects that there is nothing wrong with the system and that the fault is only on those few individuals who tend to violate it. Right from a very early age one is taught the intricate functionalities and the interdependencies of a democratic system. They are told that it is the State that is responsible for the fair distribution of resources like — water, electricity, education, medicines, roads, technological infrastructure, and credit. That is how they justify their welfare system despite it being a demonstrable failure. Whenever one stands up for the national anthem thinking of things that it represents, one fails to hear, but the Democrats whisper — “We own the motherland, we regulate the culture, we play the minorities, we censor ideas and philosophies, we tell the soldiers whom to fight and what to defend, and you know how we do all that? We do all that because you paid for it!” And so we support Obama’s bombings and the various wars that the Democrats have waged over the decade. No wonder one never ends up questioning the political system, because the state ensures that such abstracts are kept under the rug. Of course, it is only the people to blame. With this fragile and socialist mindset when they encounter an idea as dynamic and novel as capitalism, they don’t sense the principles that underlie the socio-economic structure, rather invest their attention on how this system can make them into better human beings because if anything is wrong, it has got to be Us; the people. This is the mindset of a collectivist creed who can’t construct arguments but dare to insult the ones they don’t agree with. Yes, with them, there is no middle ground, if you don’t agree with their ideals, it must certainly imply that you have some malicious intent. Now, if such people vote for the elections this year, no wonder they will echo Biden’s opinion when it comes to wars and bombings. They will tend to criticize Trump simply because of him opposing the evil caused by Obama care. This fact can’t become more clear — There are a lot of Trump supporters who do not speak out fearing the conformist wave that is spreading in the country. This could either mean that Trump will have a silent victory like he did when he defeated Hillary Clinton, or he will lose to Biden in which case even God cannot save America. To end with, let me quote Ziad K Abdelnour (Founder, President & CEO of Blackhawk Partners, Inc.) who famously wrote in his bestselling book: Economic Warfare — “Always remember… Rumors are carried by haters, spread by fools, and accepted by idiots.”