What is it like waking up every day looking for a fight? That’s a question most people can’t relate to, as people are naturally conflict averse. Some will even say that enjoying conflict is the sign of a mental problem, as we have lost our connection with the way of the warrior.
Trump has the fighting spirit. Few understand or can recognize this fighting spirit. Consider the following thought experiment:
I want you to enter a 17 person contest. You must compete against all 17 of these people. You must also fight against the people judging the contest as well as the people holding the contest.
Every expert would tell you this is insanity.
Trump has fought 17 candidate, the entire media, and the GOP. People would say such multi-front wars are impossible to win. Yet here we are.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) April 20, 2016
He took on Low energy Jeb Bush, Little Marco Rubio, Lyin’ Ted, and Crooked Hillary Clinton. He refused to attend a debate due to a feud with news anchor Megyn Kelly. When the GOP tried forcing Trump into a later debate, he decided not to show up, and the GOP was forced to call off the debate.
By canceling the debate, the GOPe admits that NO ONE wants to see Cruz and Kasich. Only Trump matters.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) March 16, 2016
The media has called Trump’s tweets cyberviolence. Alexander Burns of the New YOrk Times, who blocked me as my Tweets triggered him, wrote an article noting that Trump’s tweets – yes tweets – instill fear. “To Fight Critics, Donald Trump Aims to Instill Fear in 140-Character Doses.”
Cheri Jacobus, who markets herself as an expert at communication, sued Trump over two of his mean tweets.
She sued over two mean tweets, including this one. Wow. She needs help! pic.twitter.com/M2VeBh5YM4
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) April 19, 2016
Megyn Kelly, who earned a $5 million book advance, has a social media account with 1.66 million twitter followers, and the second-biggest show on TV (earning her $15 million a year) cried over Trump’s tweets.
Multi-millionaire with her own news show cries about the cyberbullies. These people are weak! https://t.co/q6znMjjs7J
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) April 2, 2016
Trump has exposed the media as a bunch of pathetic bullies.
Ted Cruz steals elections, the media insults voters, and Megyn Kelly lies about Trump every day. When a journalist lies about a person, or spreads hoaxes, they harm people without platforms. That is the textbook definition of a bully.
When anyone punches them back, they cry.
"Trump is a bully!"
"He posts mean Tweets about us."
Quit journalism. While you're at it, quit the Internet.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) April 13, 2016
Now you understand Trump’s obsession with energy.
Trump lives to fight, and to fighters need energy. This is why Trump is obsessed with energy, using “low energy” on an attack on Jeb Bush, and attacking Hillary’s stamina.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) October 21, 2015
Joan Rivers had great talent, but also truly amazing stamina and drive – she would never give up or quit. That is why she became a champion!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 7, 2014
Sometimes we do things to build up experience and stamina to prepare, but it's to prepare us for something bigger.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 26, 2013
“You have to be positive every single day. Positive stamina is a necessary ingredient for success.” – Think Like a Champion
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 19, 2014
Scott Adams, who saw Trump’s rise, also mentions energy in his writing and on his website.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) December 12, 2015
- Read more: Donald Trump’s Mindset – Energy + Momentum.
I am also obsessed with energy, and have written articles on how to increase it.
My biggest problem is they can't keep up, no energy to fight me. That's due to poor diet, negative self-talk. They need Gorilla Mindset.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) August 17, 2015
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) August 20, 2015
How do we win? We keep fighting.
Look at how Trump has made the entire media and political establishment afraid of him. THe unwillingness to fight is a modern trait recognized in Fight Club:
By this time next week, each guy on the Assault Committee has to pick a fight where he won’t come out a hero. And not in fight club. This is harder than it sounds. A man on the street will do anything not to fight.
The idea is to take some Joe on the street who’s never been in a fight and recruit him. Let him experience winning for the first time in his life. Get him to explode…”What we have to do, people,” Tyler told the committee, “is remind these guys what kind of power they still have.”
I take the fight to these cucks and media frauds day on Twitter, and they all fear me.
They are weak. We are strong.
Keep hitting them hard.