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Steve Bannon...pushing the nationalist agenda in Europe

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posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 02:42 PM
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Well ole Stev-O has set up shop in Belgium and is causing quite the ruckus promoting nationalism. Now, I am all for borders and peeps wanting to keep their own identity...when I go abroad for a visit to Italy I don't inhabit the first McDonald's I see, I wanna get some pasta and a Peroni. Anyway, I can see this going too far..as it always seems to do. From the map, the populist/nationalist movement is gaining steam, and Steve-o's group is pushing things to the right, just like ole Soreass is trying to push things to the left.


As one commenter rightly said, current parties are ignoring the issues of the majority local, peeps, and those peeps are revolting. Or better stated, the majority are getting pissed off with the minority. Now by minority, I am not necessarily talking race or whatever, but rather small groups trying to speak for the majority.
However, the easy target here is the minority races, as in the migrant crisis, which have been used as a catalyst for wars since like...forever.
So is Europe headed to war over this rejection of globalism? And would it not be better if peeps looked inward to their own products first instead of buying a toaster that needs to be shipped 5,000 miles? Think of the carbon savings.
Oh, and a prominent Mayor in Poland was just stabbed to death in the name of nationalism.....it's a powder keg.

www.theguardian.com...



Anyway, Ima gonna be watching this one closely.

www.bloomberg.com...


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posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 02:48 PM
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Bannon does not have near the financial wealth as Soros. He hasn't got the money to change policies or bribe people like Soros can. He can stir up a little bit of chaos, but Soros employs some of the best people to get his life agenda done and has the money to make his beliefs come to lite.

No comparison. Bannon is a minnow in a shark tank, the sharks do not even think he is worthy of eating.



posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 02:52 PM
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a reply to: rickymouse

Skipped the article did ya? Shame, it's interesting.

The pen is mightier than the sword, or in this case the dollar maybe?



posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 02:54 PM
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Yeah at least Bannon doesn’t want me to give all my money to the government so that politicians can divide it up to all their failed social programs.

Il take the evil that leaves me alone over the evil that wants complete control any day.



posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 02:58 PM
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originally posted by: lakenheath24
The pen is mightier than the sword, or in this case the dollar maybe?


No, it isn't. Money makes the world go 'round. Listen, y'all can't have it both ways... either the Koch Bros with their billions are the boogeyman or Bannon with his words is the boogeyman.



posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 03:01 PM
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a reply to: lakenheath24

Actually according to a couple of Geopolitics experts, Soros runs the old deep state and Bannon runs the new group that's challenging the old deep state.



posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 03:02 PM
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a reply to: burdman30ott6

Oh dear, maybe I should change the title. Nobody even read the article. Europe/chaos/effects of globalism/anyone?



posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 03:04 PM
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a reply to: manuelram16

Ahh interesting....do you have an article on that by chance?




edit...changed title so peeps might read the article. Fingers crossed.



posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 03:07 PM
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a reply to: lakenheath24

Read Alfredo Jalife & Eric Zuesse, (Jalife publishes mostly in spanish)



posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 03:11 PM
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a reply to: manuelram16

Will do, thanks.



posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 03:19 PM
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originally posted by: lakenheath24
a reply to: rickymouse

Skipped the article did ya? Shame, it's interesting.

The pen is mightier than the sword, or in this case the dollar maybe?


I had read the first one but didn't notice the lower bloomberg article. I read it now.

But still, the leftish immigration policy is what is attracting people to fight it, Bannon is just spreading the word about. People are getting sick of having people not vetted properly moving into their cities and worrying their citizens.

Way different than the agenda Soros is doing, he is actually helping to create the chaos to force people to go his way.

Bannon is a good one at firing people up but he does not make the agenda, he fights things he feels are not right. Soros would want his plan implemented to gain recognition in history while Bannon just wants to stop things that he feels are wrong.

This shoving of immigrants into countries is not working, these people are not conditioned to fit into the societies right, I am sorry, but I feel the European elites pushing this are wrong.....completely wrong because they are not doing it the right way.



posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 03:28 PM
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a reply to: lakenheath24

I read both articles, I just disagree with their conclusions where Bannon is concerned. He does one thing well, he states the obvious. He's not driving anything... nationalism is a natural, holistically generated result when you have a system in which legal citizens have worked hard to get where they are only to watch what they work so hard to earn be freely given to immigrants by the governments their tax dollars fund. The EU was always doomed to failure and globalism will fall for the same reason socialism is destined to fail... those who have pride in their own accomplishments don't appreciate seeing rewards freely given to the undeserving and those who have put in less to no effort compared to those who worked for it. On the flip side, those with no pride of accomplishment will always do the minimum required, which is too frequently close to nothing, sitting on their ass letting others pay their way. The system was doomed to fail thanks to healthy human nature Crediting Bannon is like Crediting John Madden for a Dallas Super Bowl victory because he did play by play calling for the game.



posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 03:32 PM
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a reply to: lakenheath24

This doesn't surprise me. Globalism really tried to take the entire world in the last decade,and The UK lashed back with brexit, now the USA, Poland and Brazil have elected far right governments as the nationalist message has become more favorable. I expect Greece, Spain, Bulgaria and other financial countries that are struggling will follow suit.



posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 04:08 PM
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a reply to: lakenheath24

Nothing wrong with being nationalist. Racist is one thing but nationalist has become a dirty work associated with racism and skin heads etc.



posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 04:19 PM
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a reply to: lakenheath24

The assailant said he knifed the mayor because he was unjustly jailed by the mayor's party, not "in the name of nationalism".



posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 04:26 PM
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Everyone in Europe becomes a nationalist when the football game is on.



posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 04:48 PM
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It all comes down to an uncertainty of direction. Political forces that have held sway for a decade or so in Europe have sought to steer their individual countries by globalist aims. Globalist aims are quite simple really, dissolve national identity by dilution of the host culture through unfettered immigration, and through a warped education of the young that does not teach them anything positive about the country they were born into, but more on a globalist perspective where diversity is taught as being the right way. In this manner, the young are groomed as the future voters for globalist agendas not knowing or understanding that they were in fact groomed and conditioned as a means to an end.

Globalism is a loathsome agenda. One that rips the identifiable heart out of well-established countries whose cultures took thousands of years to emerge. One such battleground is here in the UK, with the battle in full rage right now. Before I go any further, I think it is essential for some perspective to be considered.

Britain democratically voted to leave the EU...why? Well, for a start the EU is not Europe, it is a globalist political ideology, one in which the majority of Britons rejected at the referendum vote. However, most of Britain's parliamentarians voted to 'remain' in the quagmire of the EU as 'paid up' members committing treason against the people of Britain. The British people did not reject the European people, we rejected the hated ideology of the EU that was stealthily imposed on the European people. We in fact voted against the globalist agenda.

Still. Right now, British parliamentarians are continually obstructing and defying the will of the people's majority. It would have been far easier for the British government if the people of Britain had voted to remain in the EU, but the people of Britain know when they see a bad thing or two. No informed Briton could ever agree or reconcile to themselves the EU ideology, particularly when the cost of the consequence of reconciling such an ideology brings about the end of sovereignty and identity of the British people to the cherished idea of being their own self-determined country. Americans cherish their idea of being 'free' and at 'liberty' to pursue their own sovereign life. Here in Britain we cherish the same concept, but as a country as a whole.

Individualism is so important, not only at the personal level, but also at nation level. No country progresses when individualism is obstructed, or stifled, or eliminated entirely. Individualism is the life-animating force of a nation's soul, it is the oxygen that courses through its veins and heart. In medical terms, the EU is to Britain as arterial plaque is to an artery. The British people always knew this and of course, rejected it, and in the process, threw a spanner in the machinations of the globalist agenda, and rightly so. Globalism seeks to rob sovereign countries of sovereignty and diminish their individuality at nation level and at the personal level by diluting and eliminating their culture through mass unfettered immigration.

Immigrants, by their very nature bring their own culture with them, and invariably their culture is always at odds with the host culture, and in many case utterly irreconcilable, which is why we see crime-ridden behaviour from immigrants who are behaving as if they were still in the country they came from. Not all immigrants are like this, but most are. Immigration should always be based on quality, not quantity, and should be based on rigorous vetting procedures.

In short. Whatever country you hail from, you should reject globalism for what it is. An agenda of the financial and corporate elites to turn the world into one corporate entity, and the people into nothing more than worker drones whose value is based purely on a utility.



posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 06:00 PM
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originally posted by: rickymouse
Bannon does not have near the financial wealth as Soros. He hasn't got the money to change policies or bribe people like Soros can. He can stir up a little bit of chaos, but Soros employs some of the best people to get his life agenda done and has the money to make his beliefs come to lite.

No comparison. Bannon is a minnow in a shark tank, the sharks do not even think he is worthy of eating.

Here’s where I can agree. Is political influence or organizing bad, or not? Also, if it is why aren’t much larger and more powerful entities taken to task for the same?

I’m okay with standards, as long as they are consistent..


(post by MrSporkster removed for political trolling and baiting)

posted on Jan, 15 2019 @ 05:12 AM
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a reply to: lakenheath24

Guess were back to castles forts, sers and peasants - never heard of Bannon but he clearly should have been a wank.

All hail the rise of the idiots



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