Thursday, February 25, 2016

Trump Extended Family Background: Sleepy Industrial Town of Sevnica, Slovenia

Trump and His Father-in-Law (Viktor Knavs)
(Knavs spelled the American ways is Knauss as shown in Trump business records)

Mrs. Trump's native country

Notes on Slovenia: On June 1991, after the introduction of multi-party representative democracy, Slovenia split from Yugoslavia and became an independent country.  In 2004, it entered NATO and the European Union. In 2007, it became the first former Communist country to join the Eurozone. In 2010, Slovenia joined the OECD, a global association of high-income developed countries.

This may or may not be a big story, but it is a very interesting to say the least based on the skimpy contents, considering what is at stake in this election – bio of a potential First Lady. It is posted for information purposes only re: Mrs. Melania Trump and her family background. The article is from here  and these extracts:
  1.  In line with their father’s officially atheist beliefs, Melania and her sister Ines weren’t baptized and didn’t make their first holy communion with the town’s other children.
  2.  But Viktor’s party membership came in handy when it came to securing a job for himself and Amalija, and allowed them access to good that others couldn’t get hold of. 
  3.  One Knavs family member said (My note: The American spelling of Knavs on Trump family and business records is “Knauss”): “Viktor was in the Party which helped you to get government jobs or higher positions.” (Family Member Source from Sevnica said to the Mail Online).
  4.  The family member then added that Viktor may not have really believed in the party line, but just joined to keep their lives comfortable, adding: “Maybe he was just being pragmatic. Being in the Party made things a bit easier and meant he could help his family. He had connections. He could always get little luxuries or essentials like car parts that other people couldn’t get their hands on.”
If those things are true, at least the world makes sense again according to the way Donald J. Trump sees things, which is this way, based on his own words at various times in this campaign:

Seven of the least communist things Donald Trump's ever said
  •  “Part of the beauty of me is that I’m very rich.”
  •  “I’m the number one developer in New York. I’m the biggest in Atlantic City,  and maybe we will keep it that way.”
  •  “Perhaps it’s time America was run like a business.”
  •  “I’m really rich. And by the way, I’m not saying that in a bragging way, that’s  the kind of mindset you need for this country. We gotta make this country rich.”
  •  ‘It has not been easy for me. I started off in Brooklyn. My father gave me a small  loan of a million dollars.”
  •  “The point is that you can’t be too greedy.”
  •  “Rich people are rich because they solve difficult problems.”

 I'll leave it at that until more info comes out, which the public deserves to know. Thanks for stopping by.

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