Art by Tony Salmons. Painted cover by Charles Vess. Spider-Man attempts to stop a robbery at a jewelry store only to discover that the felon is a home-made robot. Unfortunately, a con man meets Max too, and convinces young Max to build the Future Max exo-skeleton for him.
But it didnt work when he went to school, and his father actually joined the school board because he thought maybe he could help control things but he couldnt.
When he was about 10, 11, 12, Donny would sneak into New York in a delinquent way and go to shows with a friend of his. Then he saw West Side Story and that got him very excited.
He decided to start buying switchblades and developed a fairly elaborate collection of large ones and his father eventually found out and just read them the riot act and made arrangements to send him off to military school.
Trump manifests what Sigmund Freud identified as repetition compulsion, the author continues. People unconsciously repeat inner conflicts that theyve had that didnt get resolved when they were younger, he says. Trump is re-enacting his teenage impeachment fears and is now doing it with [special counsel Robert] Mueller and all these people.
He was going to do everything he could to sneak into Manhattan to undermine his father to do whatever he wanted, and now hes doing it with Mueller. Instead of being thrown out of the Jamaica Estates, hes afraid of being thrown out of the White House.
Frank has more than 40 years of experience in psychoanalysis but he acknowledges that he has never encountered a subject like Trump.
Hes dominated by impulses, by suspicion, by a need to always win, by a fantasy that he has to do everything himself, which is what you see in children when they say: Dont help me, mommy. Im going tie my own shoes.
Then you wait for 45 minutes for the shoes to get tied before you can get out of the house. Does he think Trump is capable of feeling love? He needed his first wife, Ivana, but once they got together he really needed her to be subservient to him, like many men do.
So I dont know about love or real, deep concern for her wellbeing. Love involves being able to have ruth, as opposed to being ruthless. Being able to feel concern and care, and I just dont think he had that.
If dont get love from you guys, I know Im the best. Unconscious incestuous fantasy Frank devotes a chapter to the psychology of sexism and misogyny. In it he notes that Trump reportedly told the model Karen McDougal and the porn star Stormy Daniels, with whom he is alleged to have had affairs, that they reminded him of his daughter Ivanka.
The psychoanalyst suggests this enabled Trump to enact an unconscious incestuous fantasy and use the image of his daughter as a kind of psychological Viagra. Trumps body and verbal language around Ivanka has often been unsettling.
I think that he does have an erotic attachment to her, Frank says, but he leads with his unconscious so he doesnt have to be dominated by it. If he gets it out of his system by saying it and joking about it, he doesnt have to live with it and sit with it.
Its like releasing a pressure cooker. He has the courage of his neurosis. Then there is the mendacity. According to the Washington Post, Trump has made more than 5, false or misleading claims since taking office. I think that most of the time he does believe the things hes saying, Frank says, because, at his deepest level, he lies to himself.
The purpose of lying is to hide yourself, first, from others, but then at a deeper level to hide yourself from yourself. He doesnt want to look at who he is, so what he does over time is distort reality, and lying involves changing reality and making it into ones own wish or fantasy. Thats where the term fake news is so important, because he hates the fact that the news functions almost for him unconsciously like a Greek chorus.
Part of his lying is also to deny rules and deny regulations, to deny laws, to deny limitations.
Its rejection of learning and thinking. Rules remind him of having to accept truth. As for Trumps scattergun tweeting, Frank has an unusual metaphor. Its a form of what I call the faecalisation of the environment.
He is covering all of us with his productions, which I think unconsciously have a faecal quality. Theyre smearing things in a playpen all over the place. Its something that we see in young children who are both exuberant and angry at the same time.
He talks about shithole countries, he talks about shit, he talks about dirty Mexicans, people who are dark and dirty. Those are all related to germ-phobia and related to his own faecal fantasies and issues. Trump is the most powerful man in the world and arguably the strangest American president of all time.The most obvious lack of freedom in the novel "" is portrayed through the idea of, "Thoughtcrime".
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