I have been following the presidential campaigns over the past few months and my gut feel told me right at the start that Donald Trump will be the next President of the United States of America. His biggest competition, Ted Cruz, was just not the kind of person I will ever vote for as his holiness is too fake and dodgy. Donald Trump is a wild horse who, if there is any current leader strong enough to tame him, will have what it takes to Make America Great Again. If elected President as he is now, his unthoughtful slanderous behaviour could destroy America and potentially bring the country to its knees. I am not worried though as I believe that Mr Trump’s wild horse presidency may just be what the world at large needs right now: to disrupt the current and new world order. This is why I have no problem with Trump taking on the Pope who heads an organisation renowned for sexual abuse and a money making machine controlling the banking system, dishing it all up as if they are doing the world a favour. The Pope calling Trump ‘non-Christian’ shows how unless the Church stop judging the world they will never really impact the world. Trump also pointed out, based on personal experiences, as an outsider: the ‘rigged’ political system, ‘dishonest’ media platform and ‘crooked’ government establishment. Running a lawsuit while campaigning, he even has the chance to expose the ‘biased’ judicial system. All things that I have been experiencing for myself over the past 16 years of living in New Zealand, which I summarise as Structural Violence. Trump most probably is a womaniser but he can at least value the qualities of a woman purely for being a woman, and he is a great father. Hillary Clinton did not stand up for herself, at the time of her husband’s infidelity scandal, so how can she stand up for other women? She took her husband’s side against the women he abused to rescue her own career. Hillary is everything I do not ever want to be!