We should hope that Donald Trump will not start changing everything, because the consequences would be unforeseeable.
Although the U.S. presidential election is an American affair, it affects the international community.
Donald Trump is alone and close to repudiation by his own party.
As with all megalomaniac fascists, Trump believes himself to be essential, and a winner.
Anyone who has seen a dying steel town in Ohio can well understand why people feel betrayed by Democrats and want to elect Trump in their despair, even if he will not bring any help.
The Republican candidate has made division his weapon of choice.
He breaks with all norms of political decency and ridicules with his remarks practically all values America represents: equality in front of the law, open-mindedness, freedom, including the freedom of religion.
Nobody knows how it will turn out, and we are all just stuck in the middle.
The time of intellectual, or even social, arrogance is over.
Why are the Democratic and Republican parties arguing, when they clearly agree about grand strategy, the safety and security of Israel, crushing the Arabs, crippling their capacities and prospects, preventing them from realizing their lofty goals, and similarly obstructing Russia, China and Europe?