The Fragile Narcissist


Come the day, a Great Divider, who rules but does not lead.

This Father of Lies who befouls freedoms, sick grin upon his face, professing distinctions no one believes.

Greedily his eyes seek false praise, hungering for a glory never earned, a lust unappeased, with bloated contempt for august persons at war with this primordial craven need.

This Caricature, this sad cartoon in human suit, heart devoid of earthly emotion save those to nurture pusillanimous demands.

Oh come Great Divider, with fragile ego, and quest for grandeur, we want nothing more of you.

Your time is now, and now alone, a mistake of loathing and fear to be remembered by our children and those to follow. Be gone evil, your rein dwindles, hearth and home returns to us.

And by your leave, the child America will heal.

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Philosophy by Margaret Thatcher


“One of the great problems of our age is we are governed by people who care more about feelings than they do thoughts and ideas. “How are you feeling?” “Oh, I don’t feel comfortable.” “I feel like…” ” I don’t feel like…”

“Now thoughts and ideas, that interests me. Ask me what I’m thinking. Watch your thoughts, for they become words. Watch your words, for they become actions. Watch your actions, for they become habits. Watch your habits, for they become your character. And watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.”

Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher