The Anti-Trump Manifesto: A citizen's statement against tyranny and lies

The Anti-Trump Manifesto: A citizen's statement against tyranny and lies

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Overview

Under the hands of an expert manipulator, we are losing what really makes America great, the concept of the "American Dream."

We are at a crossroads. It is not a matter of partisan ideology, but of common sense and about the will to preserve the principles of the United States of America. It seems like today the law has ended, and tyranny has begun. The government does not look like America, just as Trump. We must stop this insanity.

This is my personal statement against Donald J. Trump. I am your everyday citizen, and I am standing up to him, expressing all my frustration at having him as our president, as the leader of the free world. So, let me be clear; this book is all about trashing Trump. This book is all about making a case for impeachment.

It will be poetic justice. It will mean that at the end of this drama, the actors (the whistleblower, the witnesses, the Congressmen, and Senators; anyone who did the right thing,) will be the heroes of this story. It will be America's "all's well that ends well," as the Bard would say. We can only hope.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781663568137
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 09/13/2020
Edition description: 2nd ed.
Pages: 388
Sales rank: 380,618
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.86(d)

About the Author

“Look for solutions, don’t overcomplicate things, enjoy life, and reach for the stars.”

This was my mother, Maritza Iberico’s signature statement. These were the words she always shared with me when I was facing challenges or doubting myself. They were words she told herself when she was taking on new challenges and adventures. This statement became her mantra in navigating and making the most out of life.

Sadly, my mom Maritza, passed away on April 20, 2020 after a courageous battle with COVID-19. She was a healthy and proud woman with a quick wit and bold spirit, who was always smiling.

Maritza was born in Lima, Peru on September 13, 1954 to Arturo Iberico Guzmán and Aida Navarro Luján de Iberico. Maritza grew up in Lima during a prosperous economic time for Peru, but one with little political freedoms as the country was ruled by a military dictatorship. Peru moved back and forth from dictatorship to democracy in her years growing up and she was privy to the rise and fall of fascist regimes throughout Latin America in the 1960’s.

One of her proudest accomplishments of her life was the publication of this book. She poured her heart and soul into writing this book. She took it upon herself to research and write this book for many reasons, including:

- She was appalled at the direction the country was taking.
- She was shocked by the widespread hate she was seeing expressed around the country towards different groups, including immigrants, which have been instigated and unleashed since the 2016 U.S. Presidential election.
- She felt it was crucial for a woman and ordinary citizens, including immigrants to express themselves and be heard.
- She felt it was important for others to know that immigrants are patriotic, proud to be American, and fiercely protective of the American way of life they chose.
- She was passionate to do something to ignite change and felt that remaining silent was an act of surrender.
- She knew first-hand, after living through fascism in Spain and Peru, the dangerous path we are traveling down in the U.S., and as a proud American, she couldn’t stand to see it happen here too.

I am saddened beyond words at my mother’s sudden passing. She had so much more life to live and wisdom to share with the world. I am so grateful she left this gift for the world.

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