Mass resignation from Trump’s arts and humanities committee contains a hidden message

Donald Trump [Image: Reuters].

I think it’s long enough after the events for This Writer to admit that I used to put acrostics into some of the stories I wrote in newspapers.

An acrostic is a hidden message in a larger text, in which some letters are used to form words – most commonly the first letter in each paragraph.

I wrote acrostics into my stories as an act of rebellion if I was being asked to produce what are known as “puff” pieces – publicity for third parties that have no news value – or if an editor had asked me to obscure the real news value in favour of an angle that was not appropriate. Some of the words I used were very salty indeed but I knew that very few people would realise what I was doing.

Check out the word spelt out by the first letters in each paragraph of the following letter, in which multiple members of Donald Trump’s arts and humanities committee walk out on him:


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One Comment

  1. Dez August 19, 2017 at 8:58 pm - Reply

    Interesting little protest had not noticed it until you pointed it out. Trump will only unfortunately see a useful saving arising from this mass resignation as he did with the protesting commercial leaders group that he formed and disintegrated. The one line that concerned me in their statement, and reflected the Groups political flavour, was their statement that the “Humanities include a vibrant free press which they accuse Trump of attacking”…….. a vibrant free press?? I read a lot of US media coverage and if this Group thinks the US press is vibrant and free then to be frank this Group is living in la la land and confirms it is past its sell by date. I am certainly not a Trump fan, and still out if he is a globalist Trojan Horse, however the danger for the UK is that our own press/media is likewise certainly not vibrant and free and has globalist propoganda stamped on most of the major papers agendas. I dearly wish we still had a vibrant free press and I would then feel a lot safer from losing democracy to globalist ruling our way of life. I do hope those resignations do not regret their statement later in life should the current US Globalist coup take place and the US democracy is taken out by their dark forces. I am watching the space with concern and interest.

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