Bannon: I will only become more powerful.
Saturday, August 19:
This has been the most significant week of a very significant presidency.
This may be self evident to most, but perhaps for not the correct reasons. Let's recap the events. First there was
what is now becoming apparent as an 'engineered' event at Charlottesviille, Va. This was followed by the attacks in Barcelona, Spain and finally the much speculated exit of presidential adviser Steven Bannon.
Let's take Mr Bannon first.
the very first moments of the Trump administration, the focus of the opposition was on the 63 year old Norfolk, Va native. Known for his anti globalist nationalism, he stood as a existential threat to the scheme of a one world government.
Make no mistake,
this was the net goal of the last lot in power; a redistribution of US wealth worldwise and dimunition of US global power. The US military used as a myrmidon force to protect corporate interests.
Bannon was chosen by Trump as a key component to execute
the policy of deconstruction of the regulatory state imposed by the Previous Occupant. This would be the Death Knell of their movement, something they have spent the better part of the last century trying to implement.
The media, which like a bunch
of misguided tick hounds, focuses on the shiniest object around, and also falls for the hidden hand agenda every time. The Trump team is fully aware of this, and feeds them a diet they control regularly.
Whether it's his tweets, interviews, the Anthony
Scaramucci tenure, or other so-callled spectacles the media believes to be examples of disorganiztion and failure, virtually all of these are planned incidents.
First of all, neither Scaramucci nor Bannon are stupid enough to believe anything they say
to a corrupt, progressive media source is going to be 'off the record'. To believe other is a massive mistake.
By offering up tasty tidbits of palace intrigue they seize the issue and can create their own narrative. It's a bizarre method of getting
out a message, but it works. Think about the press conference Trump gave Tuesday.
It is, predictably, derided by the establishment, and the phony never Trump RINO's who are as happy with the swamp as the left. What does that net the president?
a bit, actually. His assessment of blame on BOTH sides is a huge winner with the public, receiving over 60% support in some polls. It inflamed the left because they were exposed as demanding their violence be excused because the other side was worse than they
Try taking that argument anywhere else.
The pundits are scratching their heads over this turn of events. Every publication worldwide condemned the president as a 'racist' which is a hysterical overreach they just didn't see.
bad, so sad. Yet another massive mistake. Barcelona kicked the what is really a minor incident in Virginia off the radar with it's sheer brutality. The media, absolutely bereft at this turn of events, culminated in the most ridiculous moment of the year so
CNN's Wolf Blitzer, who had to be reading the question he asked, offered up Barcelona as a 'possible copycat' of the Virginia affair. Even to this universe this was akin to another of their hosts offering up a Black Hole for the disappearance of
the Malaysian airliner.
Only less believable. It was just a pathetic attempt to keep The Narrative going.
Then the week ended with the exit of Bannon. In full disclosure, the author of this piece was a Breitbart contributor back when Bannon was
first there, and as such is part of the so-called 'alt right' movement.
It is not ethnic, nor racial in nature. It is a rebuttal of the GOP neocon Irving Kristol wing that has seized the Republicans and mired them in the endless war in the Middle East,
which is neither conservative, nor even pro American.
It is a simple mix of secure borders, economic nationalism, freedom and a return to the US as a meritocracy. Pretty simple stuff, really. All are welcome to participate.
That does not include
those who willingly game a system for their own benefit. There is no 'right' to the income of others. This stands as a rebuttal to the globalist entity that demands income redistribution, resource denial, and a weakened US as a result.
One that controls
every aspect of life, from the air you breathe to the words you speak.
Bannon, who shares this worldview with Trump, was in the inner circle for eight months. In that time he had a TS/SCI clearance, which is as 'top secret' as it gets. That means 'Top
Secret/Secure Compartmented Information'.
As such he has seen under every rock, knows the dirt on every gator in the Foggy Bottom, and that includes all of the pedophiles. And there is a LOT of them in both parties. He knows the raw intel on the Clinton
Foundation, the DNC server leaks, Wasserman Schultz and her misdeeds, and so on.
He is returning to Breitbart, which was seized by the neocons after Andrew's untimely death. This follows a dinner with Robert and Rebekah Mercer, the billionaires who
supported Bannon's entrance to the inner circle.
Add to that the media fixation with his removal, and one has what is called a 'pyrrhic victory'.
Is he gone from the West Wing? Yes. But does this mean he becomes, somehow, less effective? Does
anyone really believe he will turn on Trump? If you do, stop it.
For it just isn't going to happen. This was, like most other information explosions from the White House, a pre-planned affair. Bannon gave his resignation weeks ago, and
used this week's events as an excuse to seize the narrative.
If anyone else out there belives that these media savvy entrepreneurs somehow don't know that EVERY word uttered to progressive media outlets won't be regurgitated word for word, well guess
Whether it was Anthony Scaramucci, who achieved his task of moving out serial leaker Reince Priebus, to Bannon telling some UK progressive outlet the bon mots he offered up is somehow 'off the record' is just plain nuts.
They know damn
well it wll get out. This gets the media feeding on the narrative the administration wants; NOT theirs. Sure, he pointed out that a military option in N Korea is insane.
That's not exactly a secret. It's the conventional wisdom. But a combined special
operations assault to decapitate the Kim regime is very much a possibility. This has the appearance of a confused, mixed message. It is nothing of the sort.
It sends a message to them that all options, even distasteful ones, are being considered.
With Bannon's departure he goes to a newly funded, and now far more famous Breitbart thanks to the breathless media coverage of the last 72 hours. Tens of millions who didn't know him, nor the site, will now tune in.
Like Obi Wan Kenobi, in 'Star
Wars' says before Darth Vader kills him: 'You may strike me down, but I will become more powerful than you can imagine'. Such is this.
The opposition was hoping the Virginia incident would drive Trump's polls down so low the GOP RINO element would be
given cover to defect, and demand his resignation after a vote of 'no confidence' once congress reconvenes.
John McCain would leave his deathbed for that.
Now, Bannon, with knowledge that can shake the roots of the opposition to it's core, is
turned loose with a LOT of money, and newfound fame (and prestige) in his favor. Just WHO is losing now?
You get the point.
This is going to get ugly. It always was; progressives never willingly cede power, as is being demonstrated for all to
see. Just a matter of who wins it.
Trump said you may get 'sick of winning because we'll win so much'. He really believes it, and it's worked pretty good so far. Just ask the 16 GOP types he left in the dust before he polished off the opposition candidate.
Desperation causes stupid moves. They're coming soon to a TV near you...