Plagiarism Trailing Trump as He’s Accused of Lifting Full Campaign from Mein Kampf (Other Accusations Leveled Against Other Family Members)
July 28, 2016
As maintained by historians: ‘Plagiarizing Mein Kampf is a strong violation of international copyright standards.’
The Trump plagiarism issue has escalated as top historians indicted the family headman himself of stealing most of his political behavior from Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf.
The following are indictments leveled against the Trumps currently:
- Trump’s Mein Kampf plagiarism – the latest of the accusations.
- Trump’s wife Melania also accused of plagiarizing Michelle Obama’s speech.
- Trump’s son Donald Jr. also indicted of plagiarizing his speech from a note written by F.H. Buckley as cited in The American Conservative.
A group of popular historians have taken the position that Donald Trump has violated international copyright standards on the basis that his whole political strategies are hinged upon a model implementation of Hitler’s Mein Kampf.
One of these historians says – Donald even takes advantage of pronouns when referring to himself in all His writings, just as Hitler did. She says that such intense copyright violations are practically insupportable and must be stopped, or else Americans will all be doomed.”
Stating and as seen – “in occasions that Hitler with intent inflamed passions against Gypsies, gays and the Jews, Trump does same inflaming desires against Muslims, gays and Mexicans.”
One of the historians also pointed out that just as Hitler, Trump’s line of programs relates to a few considered iconic cryptograms: using the red baseball hat, “the slogan Make America Great Again,” & his style of characteristic hair-make, as instantaneously decipherable as Hitler’s toothbrush mustache.
Closing with the findings or rather say Trump’s trailing HUMOR on plagiarism, the historians added that ‘Hitler only had one ball while Trump only has his stumpy little fingers – a case of comparative analysis and plagiarism.’