Bobblehead dolls could depict Trump Cabinet
If I were an entrepreneur, I would begin to manufacture a complete line of bobblehead dolls. I would depict the Trump Cabinet and the Republican Congress. I might even resurrect a toy I had when I was a child. It was a donkey with a constantly nodding head.
It is possible that we will soon be hearing or reading words like these: “We do not accept the paradox that legal responsibility should be least where the power is the greatest.” Or, “There comes a time when a man must refuse to answer to his leader if he is also to answer to his conscience.” Or, “Inadequate preparation is no proof of lack of aggressive intent.” Or, “It is sad that they do no know the charm of truth, that mist, smoke and berserk immoderation are so dear to them, pathetic that they ingenuously submit to any mad scoundrel who appears to their lowest instincts, who confirms their vices and teaches them to conceive nationalism as isolation and brutality.”
These quoted sentences come from a report on the Nuremberg Trials, where over and over it was proven that there is no correlation between personal intelligence and moral responsibility. And that karma, like gravity, will always conquer or crush the hubris or excesses of free will.