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Steve Bannon on Australia: "There's a lot of anger out there and I think that this anger can be harnessed."
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[quote:Bearded Clam:MV8zODk5NTI5XzcwMjg3ODExX0MzQTVERjVG] Unusually, that was a pretty balanced interview from the ABC. Bannon came out of it looking like less of the racist/nazi/babykiller/white man than I was sure they were going to present him as. The various leftist fuckwittery have been bleating all over the reporter's twitter feed - https://twitter.com/FergusonNews/status/1035135782262951938 I laughed when I saw Bannon referred to in one of the twitter comments as a "neo-nationalist"! Hahahaha The Pinkos in Australia are now busily lumping nationalists in with neo-nazis and racists. Nicely done. Australian nationalists come in all flavours - I've met and worked with white, indigenous, Chinese, Indian, Pakistani and even Lebanese born Australians who are passionate Australian Nationalists. He was dead right about the whole "if they can't win an argument they'll call you a racist" thing. It's in the playbook of the Australian commies. I've experienced it myself dozens of times. Since I've always taken people on their individual merits as I find them rather than on their race or religion, I'm probably the LEAST racist person out there - certainly less bigoted than the various lefttards who racially vilify ME for being a hardworking white Anglo heterosexual male. [/quote]
Yup, The Steve is headed down under and he's taking no prisoners.
"Now, he's taking his cause to the world in a crusade to "save" western civilisation, as the leader of a global populist-nationalist movement. He calls it a revolution.
"Populism is about getting decision making away from a set of kind of global elites...and get it back to working class people."
In an age of upheaval, he sees opportunity. After playing a key role in Britain's Brexit campaign, he's been forging links with right wing nationalist groups across Europe, including the French National Front.
Australia is next on his radar. He's identified Australia as ripe for his brand of revolution and plans to bring it here.
"Australia is at the tip of the spear on this."
Aussies - tonight Four Corners is doing a piece on Bannon and his plans. Might be a hit piece or it might be a balanced exploration, with the GheyBC you never know until it airs... [
link to www.abc.net.au
I've got my popcorn ready for the political backlash which will occur after this piece airs - there's nothing sweeter than the sound of a pinko squealing in indignation.
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