Bannon our NeoGoebbels?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Richard Stanley, Nov 21, 2016.

  1. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    It's been a while since I have commented on Bannon, as he has been keeping himself and his team pretty quiet behind the scenes. But now it turns out that the Vatican is condemning Steve "Darth Vader" Bannon as promoting "apocalyptic geopolitics." Hmmm

    Once more into the ... hall of mirrors.

    I have made much of the Trump administration's stable of Jesuit trained monkeys, so how can one reconcile this seeming paradox? By now, this should be pretty damn easy if one is not a neophyte. Here, we are talking about the principle of 'controlled opposition" and counter-intelligence practices, cynically using the veil of religion, that we have been discussing on the forum going back to ... uhmmm ... Roman times, Imperial Rome that is.

    Separately, I have discussed the Futurist End Times scenario, spawned by the Jesuits about 500 years ago, and then transferred conveniently into the so-called evangelical and Pentecostal movement for the viral vector. And most recently, I have discussed how the OT prophets were an institution of political propagandists, preparing the way for the new order of the day. It's all coming to pass, again, and now the legacy of Imperial Rome, the Vatican is distancing itself from what it created.

    A close confidant of Pope Francis, writing Thursday in a Vatican-approved magazine, has condemned White House chief strategist Steve Bannon as a supporter of "Christian fundamentalism" and "apocalyptic geopolitics."

    In a damning article, the Rev. Antonio Spadaro, editor of the influential Jesuit journal La Civilità Cattolica, took aim at conservative religious support for President Donald Trump, accusing activists of promoting a "xenophobic and Islamophobic vision that wants walls and purifying deportations."

    ...
    In a story entitled "Evangelical Fundamentalism and Catholic Integralism: A Surprising Ecumenism," Spadaro criticized the way some American evangelicals and their Roman Catholic supporters mix religion and politics, saying they demonized opponents and promoted a "theocratic type of state."

    He added that their vision was "not too far apart" from Islamic fundamentalism.

    The article — which was co-written by a Presbyterian pastor, the Rev. Marcelo Figueroa, who is editor of the Argentine edition of the Vatican newspaper, L'Osservatore Romano — was published just days after evangelical leaders met Trump in the Oval Office and laid their hands on him in prayer. ...

    http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/v...-steve-bannon-apocalyptic-geopolitics-n783296

    Note that a Presbyterian pastor is editor of the Vatican's Argentine edition of L'Osservatore Romano. My how times have ecumenically changed.
     
  2. Diana Lee

    Diana Lee New Member

    Why am I thinking, "Oh what a tangled web we weave when we practice to deceive?" :) I grew up in pentecostal/evangelical fundamentalism and in the fifties they hated Catholics so it has been with great surprise that I've watched them realign with Mother Church under the banner of anti-abortion thanks to Francis and Frank Schaeffer's misguided history and thinking. Richard, my understanding is that there is a movement in the Vatican undermining Pope Francis and that Bannon is allied with that group. Given my life expereince and education and research I agree with Spadaro. I know the "dominionists"/"reconstructionists" most definitely are trying to create a theocracy and that they are well-represented in Trump's cabinet and entourage.

    If you have not read Jeff Sharlet's The Family: The Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power, you will like it. It shows how this "religious"/evangelical group has used their annual Prayer Breakfasts and congressional bible studies to connect world dictators to Congress and tax dollars. They reject the common interpretation of the kindly, peace loving Jesus and focus on verses that are consistent with Joe's insights ----- especially Romans 13:1. They promote the psychopathic gospel Jesus who does appear to be Titus. Some have concluded World Vision was a CIA front and it certainly functioned/functions that way. It is very interesting that Hinckley Sr. was involved with it [I've read he was a board member] and with the Bushes and that its first two creators were working with The Family. "GOD really does work in mysterious ways; doesn't HE!!!!" [sarcasm]

    Richard, Joe read my memoir Shattered Diana: A Memoir Documenting How Trauma and Evangelical Fundamentalism Created PTSD, Bipolar and Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multiple Personality Disorder) in Me. It took intense therapy for over 10 years to help me regain my own mind. So I am as concerned as you, Joe and Jerry about the power these same people now have over the world. They will do to the world what they did to me ---- shatter and destroy. They are psychopaths! Diana Lee
     
  3. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    I have not read Sharlet's book on The Family, but somewhere in Jerry's and my email archives I have a link to a long article about them from several years ago. Very disturbing indeed. The trouble with finding that stuff is the name "The Family" is a problem to search for, or the data might have existed in a small gap in my archive. Probably easier to find it again on the web.

    The realignment of the evangelical movement with the Mother Church began in the 50's where both the denomination Protestants and the RCC launched ecumenical programs, most notably the World Council of Churches and the Vatican II policies (such as promoting intermarriage). The Billy Graham Crusades were notorious for sending admitted lapsed Catholics to a table of the Mother Church.

    I agree that Bannon is at least superficially aligned with the Catholic 'traditionalist' wing. As I've discussed on this thread, Bannon is a very interesting character. With blue collar Catholic roots, he has been to the mountain top(s). At the end of his military career he hobnobs with the Pentagon brass, he attends Harvard and (Jesuit) Georgetown, he works at Goldman Sachs, on to Hollywood financing and production, then he takes over the Zionist Breitbart News when Breitbart, the man, conveniently goes dim.

    But, at the end of the day, I believe that he is following a script that has been prepared for him, from above. You gnow, ... the Lord has plans for you (wink, wink).

    As such, both Bannon and The Family have the profiles of political agents provocateur, the latter quietly using the religious veil to advance the gospel Jesus's claim that he came to promote conflict and not peace.

    I will add Shattered Diana to my reading list.
     
  4. Richard Stanley

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  5. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    President Bannon reveals that, indeed, he was cucking the alt-right white supremacists all along, as I have asserted.

    So it seems that Trump and he are something of a Good Cuck / Bad Cuck tag team. Trump's seemingly off the rails performances of raising moral equivalence around the Charlottesville event indeed has the media in a froth, so as they have done before, while everyone is looking in one direction they are pulling the tablecloth out.

    Trouble for Bannon is that Trump may just be taking him for a ride, as long as it serves Trump's agenda(s). Perhaps this is why Bannon is reaching out to a left media outlet, to widen his 'populist' base of support against his globalist enemies in the WH, when he is feeling most vulnerable.

    Bannon is correct, in any case, that the ethno-nationalists are "losers" in most every respect. These are a low grade betas, whose only solace and outlet is to blame others for their snowflake failures. Of course, their alpha leaders are always doing quite well for themselves by exploiting them -- just like Trump and Bannon.

    ...
    I asked Bannon about the connection between his program of economic nationalism and the ugly white nationalism epitomized by the racist violence in Charlottesville and Trump’s reluctance to condemn it. Bannon, after all, was the architect of the strategy of using Breitbart to heat up white nationalism and then rely on the radical right as Trump’s base.

    He dismissed the far right as irrelevant and sidestepped his own role in cultivating it: “Ethno-nationalism—it's losers. It's a fringe element. I think the media plays it up too much, and we gotta help crush it, you know, uh, help crush it more.”

    “These guys are a collection of clowns,” he added.

    From his lips to Trump’s ear.

    “The Democrats,” he said, “the longer they talk about identity politics, I got ’em. I want them to talk about racism every day. If the left is focused on race and identity, and we go with economic nationalism, we can crush the Democrats.” ...
    http://prospect.org/article/steve-bannon-unrepentant
     
  6. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    Here are some examples of why Bannon correctly thinks white ethno-nationalists (like those at Bannon cucked Breitbart News) are "losers":



    The host of this video, Willie D, correctly points out how the youth are exploited by the cynical leaders, ala David Duke. In this specific case, clearly the young man is a psychopath as well, a cowardly psychopath at that.


    One dark humor in all this is that Bannon is a radical Catholic, like Pence, yet these Kluxer types are supposed to be agin Catholics as well as blacks and Jews. For KKK elites like Trump and Duke, they know better and hence Trump's WH is full of Jesuit Catholics and Wall Street Zionists. Its all about divide and conquer, and the more uneducated one is the less likely one is to catch on, even when told straight up.
     
  7. Jerry Russell

    Jerry Russell Administrator Staff Member

    Bannon got himself demoted once before, but this time it looks like he's going to have to find a new gig. He's been officially fired from the White House staff.

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/08/18/politics/steve-bannon-white-house/index.html

    "White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and Steve Bannon have mutually agreed today would be Steve's last day. We are grateful for his service and wish him the best," Sanders said in a statement.

    The President has privately stewed over Bannon in recent days, including Thursday night from his golf course in New Jersey. He was furious with his chief strategist after he was quoted in an interview with the American Prospect contradicting him on North Korea and asserting that he was able to make personnel changes at the State Department.

    So, apparently it was the Prospect article (linked above) that led to Bannon's ouster? Where he made this statement:

    Contrary to Trump’s threat of fire and fury, Bannon said: “There’s no military solution [to North Korea’s nuclear threats], forget it. Until somebody solves the part of the equation that shows me that ten million people in Seoul don’t die in the first 30 minutes from conventional weapons, I don’t know what you’re talking about, there’s no military solution here, they got us.”

    Manifesting even this minimal level of sanity is sufficient grounds for termination? I suppose so, when it's done in the context of political treason. If the Pope says that Black is White, why would you call the Lutheran Hot Line and tell the reporter that black is still black? Bannon's exit looks exactly like Scary Mucha's. Speaking with his heart on his sleeve, off the cuff and on the record to a reporter at the opposite end of the political spectrum.

    Bizarre kabuki theater.
     
  8. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    Yes, strange kabuki theater, indeed. The odd interview now seems staged to trigger the firing, granting Agent Orange Leaks cover to dump President Bannon.

    The really interesting question to me is why Bannon would have admitted to their using the white supremacists so openly. This does give Trump tiny cover to distance himself, but at what cost to his dwindling percentages? Trump likely did not count on the backlash to his moral equivalency and backtracking. Or did he?
     
  9. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    Jesu agent Bannon's heading back to good cuck at Zionist Breitbart, where he vows to fight the global Zionists Cohn, Kelly, Kushner, and Ivanka. How many of his numbnut Dullbarts will continue to follow along with this schizo yet otherwise hilarious ruse? Likely 99.99%.

    America is indeed a Christian 'nation', founded following the Old Testament plan of (uhmm ... global) Conquest over the ungodly heathens. And now the Odinists chant, "Blood and Soil". Dumb asses, the bullets covered in chimpig blood will soon be coming your way, fired by Christians who can't figure out, or let on, that their 'nation' is under the Global God of Conquest, Yahweh.

    Steve Bannon said Friday he’s “going to war” against enemies of President Trump, his first public comments since being ousted as the president’s chief strategist.

    “If there’s any confusion out there, let me clear it up: I’m leaving the White House and going to war for Trump against his opponents — on Capitol Hill, in the media and in corporate America,” Bannon said in an interview with Bloomberg.

    Bannon’s comments are the clearest indication yet he will continue to be a disruptive force in pushing his populist agenda, even though he’s no longer working at the White House. ...

    http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/347170-bannon-says-hell-go-to-war-for-trump
     
  10. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    The following piece on the oddity of the entire Bannon phenomenon is well worth the 19 minutes to watch it. As usual, Maddow spends a lot of time on setting the contextual background to her segment topic. One notes the common thread to significant administration positions as having Russian connections, except apparently Bannon. As well, one notes that the Trump Bannon association has spent almost all of its efforts (and Non-efforts) in demolishing the Republican establishment. The Clintons seem to have taken care of the establishment Dems well enough.

     
  11. Jerry Russell

    Jerry Russell Administrator Staff Member

    The video names Robert Mercer as the "reclusive billionaire" who funded Trump's campaign and brought in Steve Bannon to run it.

    Mercer runs a technology hedge fund but was not the founder, and it's not obvious whether he is richer than Trump or not. He reportedly gave $11 Million to Ted Cruz, and switched to Trump after the convention. Then he might have thrown in a few more million to Trump's campaign. This is chump change for billionaires.
     
  12. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    http://postflaviana.org/community/index.php?posts/7886/

    I've mentioned Mercer at least once before. Mercer's hedge fund uses proprietary math algorithms to do high speed in and out trading. As such, one would think that such 'trading' is contrary to Bannon's populist claim of a moral capitalism. This type of non-investment leeches capital off the market and away from being available to reward 'investors'.
     
  13. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    Hilariously, Breitbart News was trolled just after Bannon left the WH and the editor-in-chief was made to admit that they were in league with Bannon to get Javanka ousted from the White House. This is all psy-op propaganda to make the nationalists feel that someone is really on their side. As I have discussed before on this thread, Bannon, as well as Trump, has a hidden agenda, as evoked by the massive Jesuit and Goldman Sachs presence in the White House. If Trump had really always been a nationalist/populist at heart, there is no way that these people would ever have been let into the henhouse.

    Remember, once again, that Breitbart, and his media company, Breitbart News, were/are Zionists and the Jesuits have a global agenda (and thus are pursuing the main and overriding subtext of the Bible). In another context, these are modern-day Templars. And hence the troll SINON_REBORN is a hilariously apropos reference. Any serious student of the Templars and the Nasari Assassins knows that there were allegations on both sides of the Xian and Islamic divide that alleged that the Templars and the Assassins were really in cahoots. In reality, just doing their assigned jobs, as were such as the friendly Bush family and the Aga Khans, the modern-day hereditary leaders of the Nasari Ismailis.

    In addition we have some more interesting associations with Shakespeare. Now we have a Marlow to add to Bannon's association, (Bannon the producer of the movie Titus Andronicus) while the former 'Marlowe' is suspected of being a Shakespearean pen. Is this Marlow name, for real, or yet another way of mocking us? "I spooked em today," he says.
    ...
    An internet prankster posing as Stephen Bannon baited Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow into saying he would assist Bannon with his "dirty work" and help push Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner out of the White House.

    The Breitbart News editor said Kushner and Ivanka Trump would be "out by end of year" from their roles as White House advisers, according to the emails provided to CNN by the anonymous web troll, who has the username @SINON_REBORN on Twitter.

    The fake account — designed to look like it was Bannon's — first messaged Marlow on Sunday in an apparent attempt to fool Marlow into talking about Trump and Kushner.

    "Reading online about how I'll be bringing forth my wrath on Ivanka and Jared," the first email to Marlow said, according to CNN. "I'd be doing this great nation a service if I did."

    "I spooked em today," Marlow replied. "Did five stories on globalist takeover positioning you as only hope to stop it." ...

    http://thehill.com/homenews/media/3...jared-kushner-and-ivanka-trump-will-be-out-by
    Some historical background on 'Sinan':

    Rashīd ad-Dīn Sinān (Arabic: رشيد الدين سینان‎‎), also known as the Old Man of the Mountain (Arabic: شيخ الجبل‎‎ Shaykh al-Jabal, Latin: Vetulus de Montanis)[1][2] (1132/1135–1192), was a leader of the Syrian branch of the Nizari Ismaili state (the Assassins), and a figure in the history of the Crusades.

    Rashid ad-Din Sinan, the Grand Master of the Assassins at Masyaf, successfully convinced Saladin not to attack the realms of their sect.
    Biography
    Rashid ad-Din Sinan was born in Basra, Iraq between the years 1132 and 1135. According to his autobiography, of which only fragments survive, Rashid came to Alamut, the centre of the Hashshashins, as a youth and received the typical Hashshashin training. In 1162, the sect's leader Ḥassan ʿAlā Dhikrihi's Salām sent him to Syria, where he proclaimed Qiyamah, which in Nizari terminology meant the time of the Qa'im and the removal of Islamic law. Based on the Nizari stronghold Masyaf, he controlled the northern Syrian districts of Jabal as-Summaq, Maarrat Misrin and Sarmin.[3] ...
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rashid_ad-Din_Sinan
     
  14. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    The following excerpt is from a much longer and frightening article centering around an aspect of Big Data called 'psychographics', and Mr. Bannon, and his pal Robert Mercer, and Trump himself, are at the center of it. A recent BBC video that I've seen on my separate news feed shows the below mentioned Teresa Hong bragging that she produced most of Trump's campaign tweets and facey bookies, and ironically that -- she really enjoyed producing the ghost fakery, as Trump is "so authentic". The BBC piece is mentioned, but so far I have been unable to find it with a search.

    Also in that BBC video, Hong stated that Google and Facebook had sent their employees to the then San Antonio offices of Cambridge Analytica to assist with the election subversion effort. Besides what is discussed in this article about Facebook, this must make what such as Google gathers, as well as all the other data repositories.

    Having access to this granularity of individual voter behavior is exactly what the Trump campaign would also enable them to inform the alleged Russian hacking efforts, which Facebook has now admitted that they took Russian money to place fake news during the election. However, the amount of money Facebook admits is small potatoes to what Trump et al was doing. As such, is the Russian focus more of a limited hangout, in spook parlance?

    Also, note that one aspect that the Trump campaign cynically targeted was the Opioid Crisis, which they have not done shit about in 8 months. What's new?

    ...
    In 2016, Cambridge Analytica, under the leadership of CEO Alexander Nix and vice-president Stephen Bannon helped manipulate the British electorate to vote for Brexit. The previously unknown company had achieved the unthinkable in breaking up the E.U. and then began to turn its attention to U.S. politics. Donald Trump even tweeted on Aug 18:

    [​IMG]

    Every time you take one of those Facebook quizzes, you know the ones, which celebrity are you most like? Which Game of Thrones character are you? What country are you really from? You may think you’re taking an innocuous quiz, but what you’re really doing is giving a data mining firm like Cambridge Analytica, “express consent” to profile you. The company then cross-references that information with other data and creates an OCEAN profile of you which is even more accurate than a partner or family member could provide.

    Donald Trump paid Cambridge Analytica $6 million for work on his 2016 campaign. The company’s data scientists were able to figure out Trump voters who were “very low in neuroticism, quite low in openness and slightly conscientious.” Once profiled, Cambridge Analytica could target their specific interests with tailor-made election messages and specific news content (real or fake) to work on their emotions, interests and regional location.

    Think of it as a digital soapbox where the speaker is digitally crafted to appeal to your every fear and desire and pinpoint exactly where you live. Take for example, Donald Trump’s focus on the Opioid crisis and immigration during the 2016 election campaign. All of the messages were designed to surgically target voters with these seemingly “local” concerns in important swing states.

    Meet the woman who wrote @realDonaldTrump's campaign Facebook posts – and the tech firm that helped him get elected. pic.twitter.com/9vA3KMIIGj

    — BBC Stories (@bbcstories) August 13, 2017
    As Russian hackers targeted state voters rolls, Cambridge Analytica provided the Trump campaign with private voting history.

    Cambridge Analytica assembled a database for the Trump campaign of 220 million voters known as Project Alamo. The data set included voter registration records, gun ownership records, credit card purchase histories, internet viewing history, car purchases and information from data-mining companies like Experian PLC, Datalogix, Epsilon and Acxiom Corporation.

    Theresa Hong was a key digital officer for the Trump campaign. Hong told the BBC the data-set also included information about voting history. “Some of the attributes would be when was the last time they voted, who did they vote for.” In response to a question on how Cambridge Analytica would know all that information, Hong replied, “that’s their secret sauce.” (video above).

    ...
    Add to this, a mysterious server in Trump Tower which is suspected of compiling a massive database of hacked voter information with Russia’s Alfa Bank and the DeVos family-owned Spectrum Health, and you begin to see a clearer picture of how Cambridge Analytica may have gotten all this data. Cambridge Analytica’s parent company was until recently owned by a British-Iranian businessman with ties to Putin-linked Ukrainian oligarch Dmitry Firtash who is wanted for bribery by the U.S. and was allegedly involved in a racketeering scheme with Paul Manafort.

    From their digital headquarters in San Antonio, Texas, the Trump campaign placed between 70,000-175,000 different pieces of content on Facebook every day specifically targeting profiles provided from Cambridge Analytica. Trump’s digital advertising chief, Gary Coby, likened the effort to “high-frequency trading” and says Trump used Facebook “like no one else in politics has ever done.” In fact, all of Trump’s $85 million digital budget went into Facebook coffers.

    Much of the targeted content that was delivered to voters was news created by Cambridge Analytica’s sister company Breitbart and Russian sponsored sites like Wikileaks, Sputnik and Russia Today. The FBI is investigating the role these news organizations played in Russia’s interference in the U.S. elections, according to McClatchy. ...

    https://narativ.org/2017/09/05/psychological-warfare-cambridge-analytica/
     
    Last edited: Sep 12, 2017
  15. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    The following short clip of the BBC interview with Teresa Hong gets to the core of the issues with the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica (which extends to the Russian aspects) impact on the Presidential election. Me thinks Ms. Loose Lips Hong (an obvious multi-culturalist, like Jan Irvin) will not have a Trump job in the next go around, ... or will she? I keep forgetting, Trump is really a globalist.

    http://media.crooksandliars.com/2017/09/37128.mp4_high.mp4

    Referenced from: http://crooksandliars.com/cltv/2017/09/i-wrote-fake-trump-facebook-posts
     
  16. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    A friend of mine sent me the email below, about his thinking on the meaning of the Roy Moore business. I think it makes a lot of sense, given Bannon's true nature as a good ol' Vatican boy, part of the Georgetown mafia occupying the White House, and also controlling their apocalyptic Beast, Agent Orange Leaks.

    If one considers the convenient timing of the Weinstein revelations and its much larger Hollywood/societal fallout, and that Trump has his own legacy of perversion (and more - no pun intended) the Moore business this puts the Republicans in a further bind. Also, Bannon has overtly declared war on the Republican establishment, placing him in alignment with the Duck Dynasty wing of religious nationalists (the typological Jewish Zealots du jour), but in reality Bannon is a double agent, in service of his Globalist masters, via the Art of War, The Prince, and the Book of Revelation.

    I have just recently posted about Timothy McVeigh and the OKC bombing and how it appears to have been a temporarily effective counterintelligence operation against the same brand of nationalism as now, only conducted by the likes of the Clintons and even Biden. It's all the same hash.

    And as we've posted on the forum before about books discussing the Roman 'Pauline' military counterintelligence operations against the Jewish 'patriot' Zealots, can Bannon thus be seen as a typological Saul/Paul as well as a Goebbels?

    And, Moore is a perfect typological avatar for such OG Zealots, with his hard-line OT Biblical positions, especially with his courthouse Ten Commandment monument.

    For reference on Bannon's position and how MSNBC is framing it all:
    http://www.msnbc.com/hardball/watch...oy-moore-in-alabama-senate-race-1093554755761

    From my friend [edited for clarity and text in brackets is mine -rs 11/11/17]:
    I am sure you are aware of the long running soap opera in Alabama titled the Judge Roy Moore Story .. he is supposedly a Bannon designee attempting to become a US Senator .. he displaced the GOP mainstream candidate and for the most part did this running against Jeff Sessions [as witnessed by Trump's incredible abuse and belittlement of Sessions] and other [establishment] GOP politicians whom are claimed to NOT be Trump people. Moore is the crazy who was a Alabama Judge who ran afoul of the US Justice Department and the Supreme Courts prior via Gay Marriage ruling among other things, he is far more a nut case then even the Arizona Sheriff Joe that [seemingly] crazy [like a Globalist fox] Trump pardoned X months back.

    I am sure his
    [Moore's] history reads like a chapter out of Deliverance or worst, I am certain everything that the mainstream USA citizen finds distasteful in the southern <good old boy> culture from KKK to Jerry Lee Lewis’s endless 14 year old cousin brides to the whole <Dixie> thing and pretty much of everything else, but I think maybe the story we are seeing .. although probably true as far as Moore is concerned .. is not being dealt by fake media or DNC or other left sources.

    I know the Bannon cover seems to say this has to be the crooked liberal media but Bannon is a double agent of sorts and his agenda is not what
    [non-insider] people on the left assume, its far more insane than what MSNBC or CNN might assume [or choose to portray for their sheep]. When it comes to Roy Moore I get the feeling the forces attempting to drive a stake through his heart are not who they seem to be.

    [Imagine if Moore is actually in on the ruse, based upon some of his comments and attitude displayed, though I suspect that he actually did the deeds with underage girls. - rs]​

    Moore represents the extreme in attitude and character of the American boot strap (Duck Dynasty) culture, and as the <poster boy> for their cause and that he comes from a place no one gives a shit about (Alabama) he is the correct pawn to nail to a cross and use to purge the boot straps from the GOP and or the entire US political seen .. no way the DNC is going to pick these people up, so without GOP they are terminal both as political power and as a culture, it would be pretty easy to, I would think, to light them all up and burn them at the stake, very little economic downside, with a generation or so of steady purge they could be liquidated. Consider it a test run .. if you can purge the Duck Dynasty folks then you can do the same to the intercity and other undesirables in the national identity. Establish a culture that is damaging to the whole and then purge it .. why not? .. Bannon
    [the great fan of The Art of War] would support this action, Trump likely as well, that these DD’s helped Trump get elected is old news .. they are a threat to any new American Order [fully integrated into the REAL globalist new world order] .. American Identity .. as a nation the closest we come to a tribal base (not counting the Native American’s) is the DD boys .. they're all over .. how best to fight DD nationalism than to use a Trump-like person to drive them into the sea .. I think the <other right> is using the middle and left to begin the work of bringing their <right> into the mainstream by purging a group it has fought, election after election, to keep in line while pandering for their support. It's time for the classic double cross .. time to turn the table on your crazy cousins living under the porch.

    What you're seeing is not what's happening .. maybe .. the forces of 'evil'
    [the scripted Beast of the Sea, his minions, and Georgetown handlers] are moving to terminate their ugly twin .. if Trump was king he sure as hell would want to purge the DD crazies. They're good for attacking his enemies, but they stand firmly blocking the road to where he wants to go .. you can’t acclimate a DD, I think the only path to this movement's success is to purge the DD’s .. kill them all and rebuild the stock into something smart enough to be programmed.
     
    Last edited: Nov 11, 2017
  17. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    It should also be noted that Roy Moore is correct that the Washington Post may indeed have a deep political agenda, ... duh. And that agenda would be the continued furtherance of the underlying globalist agenda that has always been the guiding motif of Western Civilization (with the covertly globalist USA as its militant vanguard doing the bidding of Rome and London), and that lead to the colonization of the New World in the first place.

    If Moore, and his team, happen to expose something wrong in the WP narrative, such can be sufficient to set us one step closer to a new Jewish War, as I have suggested. Only, of course, the new 'Jewish' zealots are the American nationalist patriots, Christian or otherwise, Zionist or otherwise.

    As my friend stated, the long term modus operandi of the elite human shepherds is to create a new 'culture' for a particular flock of human sheep from which they, over many generations come to believe the narrative (drink the Kool-Aide) that they are the exceptional Chosen of God, and that they have a special right to such as Freedom (defined variously including extremist versions such as anarchism). To paraphrase Goethe: 'There are none so enslaved that believe they are free'. Such as people, with their synthetic culture, are the easiest to manipulate, being the most jealous and paranoid about their 'freedom'. This is why such, mostly religious and fundamentally so, are so willing to buy the less than empty words of such as Trump and Bannon, double agents working for the big globalist machine. This is what happened to the Jewish zealots, mostly rural folk, as opposed to the 'worldly' (globalist) urban Jews such as the Hasmoneans, like Josephus 'Flavius' Maccabee, and the red-headed Herodians.
     
  18. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    I've just belatedly discovered the Abby Martin phenomenon, the former host of a show on RT, and now the host of the Empire Files on TeleSur, as found on YouTube.

    The following below is a great exposé she did on Steve Bannon, consistent with my thread theme as well. It also briefly discusses Matt Drudge and Breitbart, and mentions Bannon's profitable association with The Weinstein Company, doing this before the recent explosion of abuse revelations, of which Bannon has another common cause with Harvey Weinstein.

    I do have some important quibbles with Martin's big picture take though. For one, I think it is clear that Bannon is an 'actor' for the deep Deep State, i.e. the one that is controlled from the Vatican. Martin mentions the Goldman Sachs connection of Bannon, and of course, Goldman Sachs has a large number of players in the White House, even after Bannon left. But, perhaps even more so are the Georgetown and other Jesuit players (including Trump himself --> Fordham) in the White House, a cultural situation that never, ever could have existed in 'WASP' dominated America prior to the Kennedy assassinations, and Vatican II ecumenicism.

    Martin mentions Bannon's playing on the term 'globalism', among others, to whip up fear amongst mostly insecure American (and European) white males, driving the latest trend in 'exceptionalist' American Nationalism, (but also Populism). And so here, with 'globalism', I think that Bannon does have a 'real' case to flesh out his fear propaganda, contrary to Martin's take (if I interpreted her correctly?). But it is ALL cynical, as he is operating and framing under the Traditionalist Catholic aegis ... and the Jesuit framework, which is indeed Globalist in nature. He speaks with forked tongue, as in his speech before the Vatican audience he stated that we were indeed at war with such as Islam, but of course, he would claim that, as a 'good guy' he is only speaking in defensive context. While others profit greatly.

    Martin touches on a theme that has been debated here, in that Bannon frames matters that the exceptional American Dream culture reached its apex in the 1950's and couches matters that this dream was meant for the white peoples of America (who divinely killed off the evil heathen barbarians occupying rightfully Christian lands BTW), and in the subsequent decades has been eroded by various evil forces ... of Globalism and such. At least here Bannon is not an anti-semitic anti-Zionist. :rolleyes:

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