Steve Bannon is right when he warns of globalists and the new world order. It is widely know that people like George Soros and the Ford and Rockefeller organizations are paying people to protest all over the world, not just in places like South Chicago. The globalists are now on the run and they know it. Soros is not permitted to advertise in Hungry or back any political parties, he is no longer welcome with a conservative as president there.
It has gone on for to long, this new world order that has destroyed Africa, countries like Venezuela and most of Latin and South America. We have shinned a light on these socialist bastards, they look like rats running when faced with a flash light on them. The CRF’s whole purpose is to spread socialism around the world, to create havoc in countries and to make the people dependent on their governments. The new world order, deep state is only happy to see rioting, people starving and complete chaos in the streets.
Bannon , like Alex Jones takes a good hard look at the globalists. Bannon is right, the left only can cry racism. The left makes no clear cut case for there beliefs. The lefts mantra is equality. But who benefits from theses wars? People like the Rothchilds who have been funding wars since Nepolian. The people at the top seek the most money leaving everyone else scrambling to survive. People like the Rockefeller’s always make out pretty well, as does George Soros. They invest in countries at high interest and always demand there pound of flesh. Bannon is right on when he talks about the globalists, they are a few people who want to control the world.
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Footage of Bannon’s remarks shows him predicting “victory after victory” for the far right over the “globalists.” The term is one extreme-right groups often use as an anti-Semitic slur, referring to what they see as Jewish control of financial institutions and media around the world. Bannon roused National Front members in Lille, France, to their feet, telling them: “History is on our side.
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In a chilling speech on Saturday, former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon urged a conference of France’s far-right National Front party to wear charges of racism as a “badge of honor.”
Footage of Bannon’s remarks shows him predicting “victory after victory” for the far right over the “globalists.” The term is one extreme-right groups often use as an anti-Semitic slur, referring to what they see as Jewish control of financial institutions and media around the world. U.S. Donald Trump referred to his outgoing chief economic adviser, Gary Cohn, who is Jewish, as “seriously a globalist” this week.
Bannon roused National Front members in Lille, France, to their feet, telling them: “History is on our side. And the biggest reason: The globalists have no answers to freedom. Let them call you racist. Let them call you xenophobes. Let them call you nativist. Wear it as a badge of honor. Because every day, we get stronger, and they get weaker.”
He said party members are “part of a worldwide movement that is bigger than France, bigger than Italy, bigger than Hungary — bigger than all of it … The tide of history is with us, and it will compel us to victory after victory after victory,” France 24 reported.
Bannon said he was there as an “observer,” not a “teacher,” because of the deep far-right roots in Europe. “Our populist nationalist movement in the United States is maybe 10 or 15 years old,” Bannon said. “We are here to learn from you.”
He predictably disparaged the media and “the central governments, the central banks, the central crony capitalist technology companies that control you.”
French leaders condemned Bannon’s appearance at the conference.
“The king of fake news and of white supremacists at a National Front summit — why am I not surprised?” asked Christophe Castaner, head of French President Emmanuel Macron’s Republic on the Move party.
Bannon is currently on tour in Europe to help promote a “global” populist movement, according to an interview published Friday in The New York Times. He said he had a “fascinating” meeting earlier in the week with leaders of Germany’s far-right Alternative for Germany party.
The head of the National Front party, Marine Le Pen, was trounced in last year’s presidential vote in France. Her party won only eight seats in the general election. A growing majority of French people now consider the party a threat to democracy, according to a recent poll, Reuters reported.
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.
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