“You know, Mog, I don’t think the Americans will ever change the way they think about themselves and what they perceive the world to be. They are arrogant and self-righteous. They are condescending, looking down on the rest of the world — a world they are so ignorant of. And in their ignorance, they have made mistakes, many of which will be impossible to rectify.
“But America will not regret having the wrong people in government. The majority of the electorate voted them into office because they were considered representative of what America stands for.”
“And did you read about what his sister wrote about him in her book, The Scrimmage of a Football Coach’s Daughter? He is a bully, a trait so characteristic of America.”
“No, America will never change, Mog. Einstein once said, that you cannot solve a problem with the same mind that created it. Americans will continue to vote for the wrong people in government. Americans will continue to make serious foreign policy mistakes. America will continue to impose their unreasonable way of thinking on the world because they will never see things differently.”