Trump: Monster or Hero

Serious Question, Scary Answer

A Global Perspective on Trump's Multifaceted Danger

Trump Monster or Hero, Serious Question, Scary Answer” is a newly released important political book published by Pin Mark Research Center. It is a uniquely detailed analysis of Donald Trump and what his possible win of the Presidential election means for America. It makes wonderful comparisons with richly compiled facts and figures to bring to light and highlight the realities of the problems faced by the nation. This is all done in incredibly easy language to allow readers to truly advance their understanding and open their minds. The book includes over 100 brilliantly conceived infographics and photos alongside a lucid and heartfelt treatise. These photos were hand-selected by the author from over 40,000 images.

Facts Included in Monster or Hero:

Examination of many of the deep underlying reasons fueling Trump's popularity and those like him around the world. The author proves that what Trump claims to be solutions, are not real solutions at all, as they don't address any of the real problems facing the nation and the world. Well over 150 of Trump's own quotes which demonstrate and prove his arrogance, ignorance, vulgarity, and violent aggression

  • A detailed analysis of how Sir Winston Churchill's insightful predictions about Hitler before WWII came true, and how Trump's situation is dangerously similar.
  • The Ku Klux Klan and right-wing nationalists’ support for Donald Trump, because they agree with much of what he believes in.
  • The spread of Trump’s disease amongst his supporters, and even to certain leaders around the world.
  • Trump serves the terrorists’ cause. Although Trump may not have the same beliefs as ISIS and Al-Qaeda, he shares many aspects of their sick mindset; he serves these terrorists' cause.
  • America should be more afraid of some of the people supporting Trump than Trump himself.

"There are three important points related to the Republican Party officially nominating Trump as its candidate” stated AlAnjari.

First: It was clear from the beginning, to the people of experience and intelligence, that Trump would be a powerfully strong contender. This is because there are many people around the world who think the same way as him and are attracted to his tone of speech. It's a danger which should have been recognized and thus stopped in its tracks before the masses were affected. Even though many people are attracted to Trump's rhetoric, it's the responsibility of the intelligent ones around the world to put a stop to the spread of this kind of disease. I call it a Trumpian disease, regardless of who spreads it, whether in Africa, Asia, Europe, or the United States. His way is of hate-mongering, demagoguery, and incitement which is truly dangerous. The progression of this disease is what had led to the rise of Hitler in the past and the same thing can happen again in the future. It was important for the Republican Party to push Trump out of the race from the beginning, but each candidate was too focused on their own benefit. The threat became clear when Trump was number two in the results of the first caucus in Iowa; he was among the top three who were far ahead of all the rest. However, each of the other candidates were self-centered, stood their own course, and didn't take action. They remained divided until it was too late, so Trump was able to both corner and conquer them. So now, this is the price they must pay today for being so disunited from the early stages of the primaries. Sometimes it's necessary to sacrifice some of one's own power or pride for the greater good.

Second: Trump's victory over his party will reflect upon America negatively and change the type of leaders who will rise to power, both within the Republican Party and beyond.

Third: The clearest quote I have come across to describe the situation, is that of George W. Bush, an intelligent man of experience:

"I'm worried that I will be the last Republican president." - Politico July 19, 2016"

“As an American businessman and concerned voter I was astonished at the revelations I learned in this fascinating book, “Trump: Monster or Hero”. It is one of the best books I have read to date. I urge every voter to read this book before they make their Presidential election decision,” J. Stevens.


Mohammad O. AlAnjari is a successful manager of multinational brands based in Kuwait. He has been a published writer of many articles in various newspapers in Kuwait since 1995 until present. He is also a public speaker in Kuwait, Europe and South East Asia. He has closely followed anything related to the USA Presidential election and the history of Trump.

Adam J. Lazarus is a consultant for the publisher, Pin Mark Research Center.