Democratic Deep State Ramoras & Propaganda Media to face the White Walker
The departure of Steve Bannon from the White House last week was by far the most significant from the Trump team thus far. No one embodied the Trump victory or philosophy more than his cheif strategist.
Earlier on this year there had been speculation that Bannon had been sidelined during an internal power struggle between himself and chief advisor, Jared Kuschner & Ivanka Trump. If so, then more worringly for the Trump administration and its credibility, this would signal the compromising of his administration by the establishment forces he stood against last November.
Unlike many on the Alt-Right, we have always maintained that Trump is merely a figurehead for a larger movement. He is not a god and if he stops doing what got him elected, he will be discarded by those who put him there. The momentum is bigger than the man, and no one encapsulates the spirit of that movement more than Steve Bannon.
By far the most astute and revealing observations made thus far on the departure of Bannon from the Trump team came from Conservative commentator, Ben Shapiro.
Shapiro believes that Bannon will now become a White Walker; an angel of death destroying all before him; foes and former allies alike.
I feel jacked up. Now I’ve got my hands back on my weapons
Within hours of leaving the White House, Bannon declared:
“The Trump presidency that we fought for, and won, is over,” he told the Weekly Standard, a right-wing newspaper “We still have a huge movement, and we will make something of this Trump presidency,” he continued.
“But that presidency is over. It’ll be something else. And there’ll be all kinds of fights, and there’ll be good days and bad days, but that presidency is over.”
He added: “I feel jacked up. Now I’ve got my hands back on my weapons,” he added as he vowed “Bannon the barbarian” would crush the opposition.
“There’s no doubt. I built a —–ng machine at Breitbart. And now I’m about to go back, knowing what I know, and we’re about to rev that machine up. And rev it up we will do.” Read Full Article
Much as it was a shocking disappointment to see Bannon leave the White House, it may well transpire that, free of the restrictive membership of government, and back in a comfortable role, Bannon will become a formidable foe to those who have assailed this presidency without mercy.
One of the options being considered by Bannon is the development of a television news network which will fill a niche being created to the right of Fox News.
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has told allies he hopes to expand Breitbart’s video capabilities, potentially even creating an alternate television network to rival Fox News.
Axios reported last week that Bannon has told friends that he sees an opportunity for a new network that could occupy an ideological space to the right of Fox News, an idea encouraged by ousted chairman and CEO Roger Ailes before his death earlier this year.
Rather than seeing Bannon’s departure as a loss, we invite those faithful to the philosophy that got Trump elected to see his departure as a liberation of it’s greatest asset.
Bannon outside of the White House will immediately become a more amorphous and opaque target; he will be able to choose when and where he fights, and with which weapons. He will in short become a guerilla operative, using the tactics and skills the left has trademarked over the last 70 years against them.
The rules of engagement have changed since Charlottesville, and no one understands this, or is better prepared to lead the next phase of the war than Steve Bannon.