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BMO NESBIT BURNS COMMITS CRIMES. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE ?

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I was a victim of fraud committed by BMO Nesbitt Burns. They covered it up with lies which they put forward into evidence under oath.

The details of the fraud are set out in my blog, https://wordpress.com/block-editor/post/truthlikewater.wordpress.com/415Truth Like Water. I detailed their fraudulent actions . BMO served me with a notice  for defamation last fall. They, including the lawyers, have not sued me. They won’t sue me because the article is true and they know if the evidence is subjected to proper scrutiny they would lose. I still invite them to sue me over anything I’ve written about them on this blog.

When my father passed away, I was one of the executors of his estate. By law I stand in the shoes of the deceased. for the purposes of administering the estate. Despite their duty to do so, they refused to tell me what my father had said about his intentions that left all the money in my sister’s name.

They purportedly concealed that information aggressively until by agreement with my sisters counsel they produced my father’s former broker Norman Yu, who lied under oath. I say purportedly because the evidence that did not come out until December 2015, Was not true. It was concocted by Norman Yu, and I presume others to cover up the fraud they committed.

As a result of their continued obstruction, I sued them setting out all of the details about their suspicious and illegal conduct that I was aware of at the time. I had an obligation and a fiduciary duty as an executor as I believe they had a duty to inform me I had an obligation to pursue the information about the estate In the discharge of my duties. I can find no other example in law where a bank has refused to provide an executor with information crucial to the administration of the estate and been denied.

I had served the directors of the BMO Nesbitt Burns because the directors can be held responsible for frauds of the corporation. I included with the claim a lengthily and detailed letter setting out the concerns. They cannot argue that they were not aware. To the best of my knowledge they did nothing. 

BMO doubled down on their lies and their fraud. To my knowledge, no one at BMO closely looked at the matter or investigated. If they did they would have found the lies the inconsistencies and the suspicious and out of the ordinary course of business dealing with the documents.

Who is responsible? Below is a list of the directors and officers of BMO Financial Group, of which BMO Nesbitt Burns is a part. Someone has to be responsible for the crimes committed by the company that they run.

Chairman of the Board

J. Robert S. Prichard
Chairman of the Board

Board of Directors

Directors

Executive Committee

Darryl White
Chief Executive Officer, BMO Financial Group

Dan Barclay
Chief Executive Officer & Group Head, BMO Capital Markets

David R. Casper
U.S. Chief Executive Officer, BMO Financial Group,
Chair and Chief Executive Officer, BMO Harris Bank N.A. and Group Head, North American Commercial Banking

Patrick Cronin
Chief Risk Officer, BMO Financial Group

Simon A. Fish
General Counsel, BMO Financial Group

Thomas E. Flynn
Chief Financial Officer, BMO Financial Group

Cameron Fowler
President, North American Personal & Business Banking, BMO Financial Group

Ernie Johannson
Group Head, U.S. Personal and Business Banking, BMO Harris Bank

Gilles G. Ouellette
Chairman of the Board, BMO Nesbitt Burns, Group Head, BMO Asset Management and Vice-Chair, International, BMO Financial Group

Catherine Roche
Head, Marketing and Strategy, BMO Financial Group

Joanna Rotenberg
Group Head, BMO Wealth Management, BMO Financial Group

Richard Rudderham
Chief Human Resources Officer, BMO Financial Group

Luke Seabrook
Global Head, Enterprise Initiatives, Infrastructure and Innovation, BMO Financial Group

Steve Tennyson
Chief Technology & Operations Officer, BMO Financial Group

Senior Executives

William Downe, C.M.
Immediate and Past Chief Executive Officer, BMO Financial Group

Claude Gagnon
President, Operations, BMO Financial Group, Quebec

David Jacobson
Vice-Chair, BMO Financial Group

The Honourable Kevin G. Lynch, P.C., O.C., PH.D, LL.D
Vice-Chair, BMO Financial Group

Herb Mazariegos
Chief AML Officer, BMO Financial Group

L. Jacques Ménard, C.C., G.O.Q., C.O.M., LLD.
President Emeritus, BMO Financial Group, Quebec

Gail S. Palac, CPA
Chief Auditor, BMO Financial Group

Rose Patten, O.C.
Special Advisor to the CEO of BMO Financial Group

Douglas Porter
Chief Economist and Managing Director, BMO Financial Group

Lynn Roger
Global Head of Employee Experience & Workplace Transformation, BMO Financial Group

The Honourable Brian Tobin, P.C., O.C.
Vice-Chair, BMO Financial Group

Albert Yu
Managing Director and Head of Asia, BMO Financial Group

J. Robert S. Prichard
Chairman of the Board

Board of Directors

Directors

Executive Committee

Darryl White
Chief Executive Officer, BMO Financial Group

Dan Barclay
Chief Executive Officer & Group Head, BMO Capital Markets

David R. Casper
U.S. Chief Executive Officer, BMO Financial Group,
Chair and Chief Executive Officer, BMO Harris Bank N.A. and Group Head, North American Commercial Banking

Patrick Cronin
Chief Risk Officer, BMO Financial Group

Simon A. Fish
General Counsel, BMO Financial Group

Thomas E. Flynn
Chief Financial Officer, BMO Financial Group

Cameron Fowler
President, North American Personal & Business Banking, BMO Financial Group

Ernie Johannson
Group Head, U.S. Personal and Business Banking, BMO Harris Bank

Gilles G. Ouellette
Chairman of the Board, BMO Nesbitt Burns, Group Head, BMO Asset Management and Vice-Chair, International, BMO Financial Group

Surjit Rajpal
Advisor, BMO Financial Group

Catherine Roche
Head, Marketing and Strategy, BMO Financial Group

Joanna Rotenberg
Group Head, BMO Wealth Management, BMO Financial Group

Richard Rudderham
Chief Human Resources Officer, BMO Financial Group

Luke Seabrook
Global Head, Enterprise Initiatives, Infrastructure and Innovation, BMO Financial Group

Frank Techar
Vice-Chair, BMO Financial Group

Steve Tennyson
Chief Technology & Operations Officer, BMO Financial Group

Senior Executives

Stuart Davis, CAMS
Enterprise Chief Anti-Money Laundering Officer, BMO Financial Group / BMO Harris

William Downe, C.M.
Immediate and Past Chief Executive Officer, BMO Financial Group

Claude Gagnon
President, Operations, BMO Financial Group, Quebec

David Jacobson
Vice-Chair, BMO Financial Group

The Honourable Kevin G. Lynch, P.C., O.C., PH.D, LL.D
Vice-Chair, BMO Financial Group

L. Jacques Ménard, C.C., G.O.Q., C.O.M., LLD.
President Emeritus, BMO Financial Group, Quebec

Gail S. Palac, CPA
Chief Auditor, BMO Financial Group

Rose Patten, O.C.
Special Advisor to the CEO of BMO Financial Group

Douglas Porter
Chief Economist and Managing Director, BMO Financial Group

Lynn Roger
Global Head of Employee Experience & Workplace Transformation, BMO Financial Group

The Honourable Brian Tobin, P.C., O.C.
Vice-Chair, BMO Financial Group

Albert Yu
Managing Director and Head of Asia, BMO Financial Group

Geoff Newton
Senior VP, managing Director

These are the people who are, according to their website, responsible for the operation of the BMO Financial Group of which PMO Nesbitt Burns is part. It is not clear who any of these people are responsible for the crimes committed by the companies and its employees. Darryl White was
Chief Executive Officer, BMO Financial Group and one of the directors the served with the claim, and a detailed letter setting out the details of what has occurred and was occurring.

If none of these people knew, that is just as bad. There should be oversight and supervision to ensure that their employees comply with the law, and if crimes or transgressions occur, there should be a process to protect the client.

In my experience with BMO Nesbitt Burns I found there to be a culture that does not care, supports, and defends fraudulent and improper conduct. Someone there had to know that Norman Yu’s evidence was concocted months after my father passed away. Wendi’s lawyer Don Baker, told my lawyer and myself in January 2013 that he had heard the story in July 2012 but had “promised not to tell.”

One of the major problems with Mr. Yu’s evidence, and the factor that proves it’s not true, is that Norman Yu said that Wendi Laski was in the room with him and Harold on January 10, 2012 when Harold allegedly expressed his dissatisfaction with his son and his intention to leave all of the money to his daughter

The real problem with this evidence is that if it were true Wendi heard this crucial evidence at that time. Yet during the four-year course of the litigation, Wendi nor her lawyers ever raised this. They never confirmed or corroborated her attendance at that meeting.

It is simply not believable that Wendi and her lawyers would have had that information before the litigation began and never ever raised it in any oral or written material.

Unfortunately the judge was influenced by an acted upon  information and a bias that was not based on the evidence. The result was that Wendi, Norman Yu, BMO got away with defrauding Wayne, the Estate, and the government

Another disgusting result was that Wendi, her lawyers Baker and Baker, Norman Yu, BMO Nesbitt Burns and their lawyers got away with perjury and suborning perjury by presenting false evidence under oath before the court’s.

I am still pursuing BMO for the failure and intentional deceit of not fulfilling their duty to advise me, as an Executor of the Estate. They have also maintained that they did not owe a duty. They’ve moved to have the case dismissed claiming that all of the issues were decided by the judge in the estate case. The court in that case did not deal with BMO’s duty to me as an executor.

The decision by Conway in the estate case is chronicled in my blog “Justice Perverted, Corrupted and Denied by judge Barbara Conway” it lays out Conway’s disreputable conduct in breaching her oath and bringing the Administration of Justice into disrepute. Her conduct is the subject of a complaint to the judicial Council, in preparation.

People always ask why would an institution like BMO Nesbitt Burns commit a fraud and lie. People forget that the crimes are committed by employees. These are individuals with their own lives and motivations. In this case the relationship between my sister and Norman Yu allowed for the commission of crimes. In this case it appears that there is a culture at BMO that is very competitive and turns a blind eye to criminal activity and in fact as in this case actively support it. In my experience with BMO, they do not conduct business in good faith. To me that has to be reflective of the corporate leadership.

How can BMO get away with this? Part lies directly with the corrupt judge referred to above and corrupt lawyers. From my experience, BMO and other large institutions believe they are invincible and entitled to do whatever they want to do legal or otherwise. They showed me an arrogance that individual clients don’t matter. They also know that they have deeper pockets when it comes to litigation than any individual they may have wronged or in this case defrauded. The guiding all is making money without regard to ethics and good faith. Unfortunately as I noted earlier my experience is that banks and large established institutions also tend to get a misplaced deference.

I have no direct evidence that any of the people named in this article knew of these allegations. These are the individuals listed on the website as being the directors and executives of BMO.

I do not know whom from BMO is instructing their lawyers to take these actions. I don’t know how far up the chain of command and responsibility the facts and issues are known. Either way, they have determined to act in the manner they have, commit the crimes, they have committed, and acted in bad faith . Those responsible for the operation of BMO either know the facts or should. And they should be held responsible for it.

In spite of this, BMO claims to operate ethically and according to the principles of honesty, transparency and accountability.

The influence, wealth, and power of banks, and other large financial institutions continues to grow. I can see no evidence of any change in corporate culture. Someone must be held responsible when a large institution like a bank that we trust, breaches that trust and commit crimes.

Directors and officers can be held responsible for fraud and criminal activity. The liability is difficult to establish and enforce through rules which allow the controlling minds to escape liability for crimes they do not know about or are not directly involved with. I believe it is their responsibility to know crimes committed in the name of the institution.

I have to believe that at least one of the people named and above would or at least should have knowledge of a crime committed by their company and take responsibility and take steps to avoid something like this happening again.

The only issue remaining to argue in my case with BMO is their duty to provide information crucial to me to managing Estate and their refusal to do so. In fact they fought aggressively for almost 4 years to conceal that evidence showing my father’s intention to leave everything to my sister. This despite the fact that I was an executor of the estate. In law standing in the shoes of the deceased and entitled to any information he would be entitled to.

Five months after my father’s death we attended before a Judge Nordhiemer to freeze the disputed assets. You would think that would be the time to say ” you don’t have to freeze, or fight over these assets. Wendi and Norman Yu have direct evidence from their meeting together with Harold that he wanted Wendi to have the money and Wayne to have none. According to Donald Baker, Wendi’s lawyer, said he had heard the story of the meeting with Harold in July, before the hearing in front of Judge Nordhiemer and did not raise this proof of Harold’s intentions at that time. Not only did they not raise this crucial evidence, at that point they refused to provide it to me. Until one month before the hearing before Conway without ever having to explain why they refused to disclose it for four years. They never had to answer how this evidence came about and developed.

BMO brought a motion to dismiss the case I have brought against them sometime after in an attempt to get information I was entitled to. They argue that all of these matters are res judicata having already been decided by Conway. Even accepting the improper conduct by Conway, she did not rule on BMO’s duty to me as an executor and their deliberate improper concealing of the evidence.

In this matter the decisions of the judges continue to be somewhat strange, lacking impartiality and showing bias.

The matter first came up before Justice Chiapetta. Without any request or comment by counsel she ordered that there be no cross-examination on the affidavits. She gave no reason for this decision. In a case where I had been denied procedural fairness to question the serious issues of credibility in the Summary Judgement Motion. This is even more troubling given that the affidavit in support of their motion to strike my claim was sworn by Andrew Parley who I have suggested put Norman Yu’s false evidence before the court. The affidavit he has filed contains in this motion containes speculation and inaccuracies.

The second strange order came with the matter on what would really be considered the first appearance. I have been in poor health for the last five years. The fraud and corrupt trial left me broken. I lost my practice and my house. I appeared before Justice Wilson with a letter from my doctor saying that do to a number of health issues I could not work six months. Wilson with her superior knowledge of medicine didn’t feel the note said enough. She then went ahead and ignored the doctor’s letter. You had a barrister of 40 years, an officer of the court and a certified medical practitioner telling the court that for health reasons I could not work. By ignoring the doctor’s letter completely she, in essence accused us both of lying. She then set a date well within the six months and to further demonstrate her animus made it peremptory on me. That meant that I would not be given another adjournment. There was no basis in fact or in law for that decision. No one asked for it no one suggested that I had delayed the matter. Not only was it arrogant and rude, the ordering of the matter being peremptory on me showing a lack of impartiality and demonstrated bias.

When the matter came up again the court ordered me to get a further medical certificate. I did point out to the court that I don’t write the doctors notes. I don’t tell them what to write. And I can only ask so many times until given their busy schedule the doctor completes the note.

Just before the matter came to court again, I was hospitalized on an emergency basis for about a week and 1/2. I was discharged late Thursday night before the Easter weekend. As a result I was unable to get someone to attend for me. I sent an email to opposing counsel indicating the reason I was unable to attend.

Justice Nishikawa, with the email I had sent to opposing counsel and full knowledge that I had been in the hospital. The medical notes from my doctors would not be ready when I was still being treated in the hospital.

Nishikawa ignored that and while commenting that being in the hospital usually would entitle me to an adjournment, he was not going to do so in this case that he had no medical evidence before him. He dismissed my entire claim and ordered costs of $20,000 without giving me an opportunity to make submissions.

I am now appealing Nishikawa’s order based upon him proceeding in my absence in the circumstances, and that the issue of BMO’s duty to me as an executor was as yet undecided and an important triable issue.

Despite how personally painful, ruinous, and crushing this has been for me and my family, as an officer of the court, a barrister for 40 years, and a Citizen of Canada, I am obliged to purse justice in the system.

The above is the opinion and experience of the author as a litigant and a victim.

OLD STATUES NEVER DIE, THEY JUST GET CARRIED AWAY.

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Tattoos, and Statues have always been permanent reminders of temporary feelings. A statue however is slightly easier to remove. As a symbol, statues have themselves become a much larger issue. What do we do about our troubling history? How do we judge yesterday’s conduct by today’s standards? What is the purpose and effect of what we include or exclude in the telling of the story of humanity?

A professor of mine, the great historian Gabriel Kolko, taught me that history was perception. Winston Churchill famously said that he was sure that history would treat him kindly because he planned to write it himself. As a general rule, history is written by the winners.

In the United States the issue of statues and symbols, especially relating to the American Civil War, have become a divisive issue. It took until the 21st century for the Confederate flag to be removed from state capitals. Disputes have erupted over the removal of statues of southern Civil War leaders and Generals. These statues and symbols represent the defense of slavery. This was an evil so great that it is understandable that it would be offensive.

There are those who argue that to remove these statues is to deny history. There is no shortage of written materials, records and other reminders of history. There are museums where these statues can join the other mementos of the best and worst humankind.

Statues of the losers and tyrants are symbolically torn down to mark their fall. There are no public statues of Adolf Hitler in Germany, Stalin in Russia, Saddam, Gaddafi, Idi Amin, and a legion of other tyrants and losers in the progress of humanity.

Truth like water find its own level. Statues rise and fall with the march of history and the values and sensitivities of the people who raise and live with them.

The Second Amendment Under Attack

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Retired Supreme Court Justice, John Paul Stevens, has called for the repeal of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution.

At this point in time, that may not be possible. A constitutional repeal requires 2/3 of both Houses of Congress to put the matter to the people. It then requires 38 states to approve. It has rarely been done. It is too difficult, and too timely to be practical. That is not to say it cannot be done and America may one day again see an issue and find the will.

There is a building momentum for action on this issue. The NRA had so much money and power, the struggle appeared to be long from over but the recent financial collapse of the NRA may help

Sadly, the undeniable argument for sane, realistic, an effective gun laws, is dead children.

The answer?  As Justice Stevens noted, one of the problems with the Second Amendment was its interpretation by the courts. It will become important for America on this as with a multitude of significant social issues to have a progressive, liberal, visionary Supreme Court of the United States.

It will be there that the future of America will be decided. A far more restrictive and realistic interpretation of the Second Amendment is the only hope to bring America in line with the rest of the civilized world when it comes to guns.

Maybe America Should Have Stayed with Britain

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Those colonists loyal to King George III, left America to form my home, Canada.

I have always  admired much about the United States. Although democracy is never perfect, America flourished in their newly created country founded on freedom and liberty. I respected and appreciated America’s commitment to defend democracy and liberty around the world. They are the richest country on the planet.

Even before Trump polarized and focused America and the world’s attention on the strength or weakness of America’s democracy and social values, Trump has attacked the institutions and values that make America great. Freedom of speech and freedom of the press are the cornerstones of American democracy and liberty.

Trump aside, some have begun to question America’s place as a leader and beacon for truth, fairness, justice, freedom and liberty. I look to Canada, and most of the civilized world to find universal healthcare. The world’s richest country, U.S.A, is without universal healthcare, or even meaningful healthcare while arguing about less.

Here we have political discourse which is generally civil and productive. I haven’t seen that in the United States since before Gingrich became speaker. What has followed is a continual obstructionism by both parties.

In Canada, again like most of the civilized world, we have sane and effective gun laws. Americans have to recognize that the Second Amendment was drafted in the 18th century in a different reality. Countries with more restrictive gun laws have far fewer gun deaths.

I still love America and believe the spirit of the best of the U.S.A, is the envy of the world. I, however, have realized that Americans may have been better off had they remained part of Great Britain as a colony, Dominion, member of the Commonwealth and an independent country. Chances are good that our neighbors to the south would have universal healthcare, sane gun laws, and a degree of civil, respectful and productive political discourse, with a democracy that never sunk this low.

Don’t Forget Who He Is.

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Trump was sent to Washington to shake things up. A reaction to the voters anger from both parties at the governing class.

Today he spoke at the United Nations. He did what no other president has done. He attacked America’s enemies. He said the things that many Americans felt needed to be said.

He has shaken up government. He has attacked the leadership of both parties and has admonished them quite accurately for their failures and lack of accomplishment. When the GOP wouldn’t cooperate and come through, he turned to the Democrats. He doesn’t have an ideology.

These are admirable accomplishments. One must however, remember that this is a lying, pathological, misogynist degenerate.

It is unfortunate that the electorate had no other choice but the governing class they rejected or a corrupt con man.

Why Trump Really Won

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton had less to do with the results of the election, than the voters of both parties anger at the governing class.

Voters were tired of the less than transparent conduct by the White House and Congress treating us like the audience of a reality TV show. Create a fantasy world, conflict, tension and keep the audience entertained.

America’s voters were fed up with a directionless government which took care of themselves before they took care of the American people. They were tired of the deadlock in Washington and nothing getting done.

Patients had run out for the governing class. Those who made their lives politics. Public service was seen by the people as a ticket to all the money made available by Citizens United.

The Democratic candidate was a member of the governing class. All of those Republicans who stood on the early stages of the campaign were members of the governing class. Trump was not. He capitalized on that anger and spoke out loud all of the fear and hate of the ugly underbelly of America.

That is what elected Donald Trump.

The Donald Trump Trample

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There’s a new dance sweeping the nation. It’s called the Donald Trump Trample. So far the White House staff, Departments of government, Congress, and Scotus are learning how it’s done.

First there’s the Trump Trample on racial and religious groups. From Mexicans to Muslims there’s enough disrespect and hate for all. His tacit support of the Nazis and white supremacists fit in with his concept of America.

Next he does the Trump Trample on individuals. Whether it’s Jeff Sessions, James Comey, the GOP leadership in Congress or the long list of departed staffers. No one but his family is spared. For now. Trump has no shame in publicly bullying and berating people.

Finally and more importantly he does the Trump Trample on the basic rights and freedoms that are the foundation of America. His war on the press has viciously attacked the First Amendment. The greatest and most pathological liar to ever sit in the Oval Office, wants to control the truth. He tacitly encourages violence and hate.

There’s no doubt that everybody’s afraid of the Trump Trample. He runs the country like a reality TV show. Create a fantasy world, crank up the drama and the tension and keep them entertained. He truly believes in his own superiority. Only he can decide what’s lawful or not. If you’re anywhere in government and you don’t fall in line you’re gone.

So far the Trump Trample has worked. He freely trashes institutions, individuals, and civil rights in the most base way built on pathological lies. He has succeeded in intimidating and frightening all around him. He will do the dance until he is recognized as the indispensable leader. His ego, personality disorders, and mental illness, will accept no less

Why are The One %

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There appears to be a consensus that 1% of the population controls 99% of the wealth. That is the problem at the root of conflict in the world.

Out of all the problems humankind faces, this is the most inane situation certainly on this planet and probably the rest of the universe.

How can people suffer every day from the fear that financial survival in this world demands? While the resources exist to alleviate 99% of it.

It’s not just the poor and disadvantaged, whose mere existence is an insult and stain on humanity. Most people, even the moderate to reasonably well-to-do, have to struggle with financial survival every day.

We live in a world that appears to be deteriorating around us, as infrastructure is a politicians low priority until it breaks. Federal and local governments around the world have lacked the resources to maintain or replace them. We lack the resources to provide the basic services that we need in this modern society. Governments, like most people, must deal with the pain of choosing priorities in accordance with their financial abilities.

Why? Why? Why?

The resources exist to deal with these issues in a way that eases life and makes it more fair for everyone.

The weight of history, has over the centuries distributed some of the great wealth held by the few amongst the rest of the population. The 1% has counted on control of the military and political scenery to maintain this balance. In this modern world it is unlikely that this is the case. Instant mass communication depending on how it is used may be the saviour or the downfall of humankind.

But the scale is starting to tip the other way. The pressure on society to find another way to keep score and fairly manage resources will meet head-on with a deteriorating society. It is hard to imagine that the flow of history will be stopped.

But for the moment we live in a bizarre world. All but the privileged few, under financial pressure from governments to the people. Meanwhile 1% of the population controls 99% of the wealth.

Why?

 

Donald Trump is Winning?

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Donald Trump promised to bring his business experience to government.

As the head of his own personal corporation he had absolute control over all of the employees and minions who fawned over him while he praised himself and abused them. Opposition was crushed. As a self promoter he controlled because no one was better than him. No one but him could do it.

People expressed their loyalty and showed it by doing what he wanted them to do. If you ran afoul of him, he was vicious, undisciplined, and childish as he is now.

He’s really neither Republican nor a Democrat and can play both against the other. He’s positioned himself to break the deadlock that has plagued Congress for many administrations.

That is how he sees government and himself. He is the absolute undisputed head of the organization and demands complete loyalty.  Business and government legalities didn’t frighten him. They don’t now that this man is president.

Donald Trump is relentlessly attacking the Free Press. He’s running the presidency like a reality TV show. Pump up the action, create conflict and controversy, and keep the audience entertained.

He is taking action to intimidate the press and other politicians into doing his will. He is a pathological liar who believes what he says. He deflects attacks by aggrandizing himself and attacking others.

He seems to be winning. He seems to be successful in intimidating politicians, Government employees staff and the public.

The legal parameters of any Presidency, have always been what you could get away with.

I personally think Donald Trump has some severe personality disorders and mental illness and is not fit, in fact is dangerous to American the world. He is the same misogynist predator who took advantage of many women. Ran up debt. Stuck it to the little guy, and walked off with his pockets jingling.

I like most citizens of the world look on in shock that this man is the President of the United States. The problem is, so far, he’s gotten away with it. Sure the fake news made a big deal of it. He knew the truth because he made it up. It’s like the Emperor’s New Clothes except everybody’s talking about it but nobody’s doing anything about it.

It just creeps up on you. The bullying and intimidation. Everyone except his family is fair game. Congress and Scotus seem to be towing the line. The freedoms will slowly disappear. Free speech and the truth are his enemies. He will subvert both the Democrats and Republicans and play them against each other. Everyone seems to be afraid to confront or run afoul of him.

Trump truly believes that he knows better than anyone else and is the only one who can do the job. That’s one of the hallmarks of a dictator. America better be very vigilant or you will wake up one morning and realize that it’s too late for free speech, truth and democracy.

Fear and hate are the currency he uses to excite his base. They are the thugs who will silence those who oppose Trump.

Meanwhile he goes on in the cloud that is Donald Trump imitating Mussolini (who I think he resembles in his facial expressions when he speaks at his rallies) and other dictators who plagued society.

Somebody do something soon! Before it is too late!