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The Bannon Enigma

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Steve Bannon appears forlorn in several recent photographs. Has the hope for a truly “America First” foreign policy been lost with his fall from favor?

Steve Bannon’s removal from the president’s National Security Council earlier this month, followed in close succession by last week’s missile strike in Syria, has generated consensus within the Alt-Right – or at least that portion of it that eschews the 4D chess hypothesis – that likely Mossad asset Jared Kushner and wife Ivanka were the parties responsible for the controlled demolition of the Trump administration’s relations with Russia.

The move against Bannon was attributed to anti-Russian hawk H.R. McMaster, who downplays the importance of the shake-up; but The Hill corroborates the case for the Bannon-Kushner conflict’s centrality to the abrupt shift in Trump’s foreign policy:

[…] chief White House strategist Stephen Bannon is increasingly isolated and will be forced out if he is unable to adopt a cooperative approach.

Several outlets have reported that Bannon is frequently clashing with Trump’s adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner as well as the president’s daughter Ivanka Trump.

Both Ivanka Trump and Kushner reportedly want a more moderate and results-oriented approach for the White House, while Bannon refuses to find common ground.

[…] Bannon allies are now doing everything they can to save his job, arguing that dismissing Bannon will cost the president his vital “America First” constituency.

Kushner

Was Bannon ever really the key to a non-interventionist and truly “America First” foreign policy? Breitbart, which Bannon managed from 2012 to 2016, was literally launched in the Jewish state with the intention of offering an “unapologetically pro-freedom and pro-Israel” perspective. Breitbart maintains a headquarters in Jerusalem and has hewed to a Zionist line from its inception. Bannon is hardly the mostly likely of Middle East peacemakers. What, then, is his game if not regime change in Syria?

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Bannon is “more ideologist than opportunist,” argues Jeffrey Sommers at CounterPunch:

Bannon believes war with Iran and China are inevitable and appears to delight in the prospect. Thus, Bannon wished to position the Russian bear at his side for these coming crusades. Bannon’s Alt-Right outlook framed Russia as a white Christian nation to join his war on Islam. The fact that Russia is a multi-ethnic federation with millions of Muslims, along with Vladimir Putin taking endless pains to not alienate this population, seems to have escaped Mr. Bannon’s attention. Bannon chose Trump as the impressionable vehicle to implement his ideas.

“Bannon is determined to manipulate the American public’s anxiety about Islam,” Salon’s Behzad Yaghmaian wrote last month, adding that the “operational target is to tame their potential opposition to yet another devastating war.” Further:

The series of events and decisions that followed Trump’s inauguration clearly reveal the administration’s intent to make Iran the central battleground in Bannon’s war. […]

A hasty and unmeasured reaction by the Iranian regime could have led to the realization of Bannon’s war.

The domestic backlash to the travel ban, the botched Yemen raid and other concerns might have helped temporarily pause the reckless train of confrontation with Iran.

Let us not delude ourselves: Bannon’s long-term plan for a war in the Middle East is, however, still in place.

Is peace with Russia conceivable only as a partnership in the “War on Terror”, and was Bannon’s resistance to Kushner and Syrian escalation merely a case of irreconcilable differences in hit list priorities rather than substance and ultimate aims?

Rainer Chlodwig von K.

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83 comments on “The Bannon Enigma

  1. Bob Sagget
    April 12, 2017

    Well, fuck…….

    Is there anyone I can trust?

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  2. icareviews
    April 12, 2017

    Reblogged this on icareviews.

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  3. Primarius Krone
    April 13, 2017

    There’s a fair bit of cognitive dissonance going on with WN’s and Bannon. Supposedly with Bannon out, the coup is complete and the Zio-Swamp is firmly in control again.

    But many of them (including myself) have been banned from posting at Breitbart – sometimes several times – about the JQ. For good reason it was termed “Kikebart” but suddenly he’s the hero? Talk about theatrics.

    I’m inclined to believe this is just Jewish in-fighting for control. It’s not like we haven’t seen that before.

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    • bob saffron
      April 13, 2017

      Israel versus the Diaspora.

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    • indravaruna
      April 13, 2017

      “I’m inclined to believe this is just Jewish in-fighting for control. It’s not like we haven’t seen that before.”

      Yeah, most of these conflict among the American elite is basically infighting among Jews (Liberals vs Neocons is one example).

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  4. bob saffron
    April 13, 2017

    Sadly, the ballot box was never going to be a deus ex machina.

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  5. BMan
    April 13, 2017

    Does anyone really doubt that things are going perfectly to script?

    Head’s up: Trump IS an actor, doncha know? Not to mention per-eminant conman (called a salesman).

    PS: I am a successful salesman that would never use his tact or jewish influences. That is why I will never be a jew made Billionaire or a TV star or POTUS.

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    • icareviews
      April 13, 2017

      While I don’t buy the line that Trump was ever legitimately a threat to the status quo, I’m not as convinced as you are that everything is scripted. There’s a certain messiness to the Trump administration, with the Flynn ouster and now the flip-flop on Russia. I think it’s entirely possible that there are genuinely conflicting forces jockeying for influence.

      Here’s a question for you, though. What do you make of Tillerson? Has he simply been coopted by the Zionists? Did he ever intend to improve U.S.-Russia relations? The fact that the war-for-oil canard is again being lobbed at the Trump administration also has me wondering: do Zionist operatives ensure that oilmen like Bush, Cheney, and Tillerson get spots in presidential administrations specifically for the purpose of distracting from the 6,000,000-pound Jew in the room where foreign policy is concerned? If that’s not the intention, it always seems to work that way.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 13, 2017

        Oil is a White industry, it’s based in red states like Texas, and they have traditionally had close ties to Arab oil-producing regimes. So they are the perfect bad guys for the kosher “left.”

        But of course the oil industry does have significant power and influence in their own right, they are certainly not “given” spots in the government just to distract from Jews.

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      • icareviews
        April 13, 2017

        I go back and forth on George W. Bush and how much he knew about 9/11. That operation was so pivotal that I actually don’t consider it outside the bounds of belief that planners might have settled on him as the perfect candidate because he would make the perfect cowboy fall goy. The fake “left” opposition to Bush’s wars was so perfectly weak and misdirected that it seems to have been pre-programmed.

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      • bob saffron
        April 13, 2017

        Bush’s dysphasia would surely have precluded all but minimal pre-event prepping.

        – and similar.

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      • bob saffron
        April 13, 2017

        With Bush it was an embarrassment of riches.

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      • BMan
        April 14, 2017

        Of course there will be squabbles internally as minor positions are filled and the battles ensue.

        The ultimate script is to continue wars for Israel, continue the theft of American wealth until it is gone, and bring about the Hammer time (increased police action, antisemitism laws, and a ratcheting up of the drug war).

        And remember, thus far I’ve been fairly spot on in my predictions of Trump.

        So, I bet a dollar to a donut I’m right here, as well.

        But what difference does it make as long as most of America is like the RedArmyVodka guy…. always a believer.

        There will NEVER come any solution from within the R or D parties. Plain and simple.

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      • Sam J.
        April 16, 2017

        I thought there was a possibility that the Red Deep State was fighting back against the Jews. Military guys in, oil guys, etc. , Jews out but now I don’t know. I don’t know what Trumps going to do. It doesn’t look good but it’s not over yet. If there’s not major movement in a year then…we’ve been had.

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      • icareviews
        April 16, 2017

        The one person you can bet your bottom dollar will always be a presence in the Trump White House is Jared Kushner. The others are subject to shuffling.

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  6. guest
    April 13, 2017

    Tanstaafl just posted: Intrigue in Trump’s Palace

    “Most jewsmedia reports described the Kushner/Bannon conflict in anodyne code, typically describing the opposing sides as globalists and nationalists. What’s notable about the following three accounts is how they explicitly describe the jew versus White nature of the conflict, making plain a key aspect of the story that is otherwise buried between the lines in the many more mundane accounts.”

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    • Hipster Racist
      April 13, 2017

      Needless to say the jewsmedia will never give Kushner, Miller, Cohn, Mnuchin, or any other member of the tribe the Alinsky treatment. Though McCarthy and Nixon still loom like Trump-Hitler phantasms in the minds of jews, their jew aides, Roy Cohn and Henry Kissinger, are either ignored or celebrated. The same is and will continue to be the rule for Trump’s jews.

      That’s how it works, the mainstream media had nothing to say about Bush’s Jews like Wolfowitz and Pearle, it was always Cheney and Rumsfeld – hell even the Asian guy Yoo is the one blamed for the Israeli torture program. Even an Asian goy can’t get a break.

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  7. KSA
    April 13, 2017

    WN’s liked Bannon primarily because of his domestic ideas, not his foreign policy ones. Bannon was the one who supposedly wrote Trump’s best campaign speeches. He was the one promoting nationalistic ideas in regards to immigration and jobs.

    Bannon was always a kikeservative but he was the rare kikeservative that actually had some pro-American ideas. Now that he’s out of the loop, the Trump administration is going to be the W administration on crack: a know-nothing doofus president taking orders from a jew cabal.

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  8. guest
    April 13, 2017

    Off topic, good post on the United Airlines thing by Aurini:
    Corporations, United Airlines, and the Open-Air Prison Planet

    He even ties Vicki Weaver in, that picture of her mourning is really haunting, she is our Tank Man! (the Chinese man who stood in front of a column of tanks in back in 1989)

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    • icareviews
      April 13, 2017

      I’m not a huge Aurini fan, but there are some great turns of phrase in that piece.

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    • bob saffron
      April 13, 2017

      Thanks, that was thought-provoking. That fact that most will blithely obey whatever lawmakers (and increasingly, (((lawmakers)))) prescribe doesn’t augur well for the future.

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  9. redarmyvodka
    April 13, 2017

    Good post. I agree Bannon has some kooky views but his domestic positions were his main draw. Andrew Breitbart was also the co-founder of HuffingtonPost and given that he was able to recreate his success with his own website proves he was the driving force behind the operation.

    However let’s not forget Aryan Skynet hated Trump from the beginning despite being wrong on almost major every issue related to him, the campaign, and his supporters. Give it a year before making any assessments of the Trump presidency. This commentator at Unz Review summarized my thoughts.

    “Initially, I felt betrayed by Trump’s missile strike as well. However, the strike seems to have been an isolated and relatively mild military action. Will anyone really remember this in a few years, or even in a few months? Many of those on the Alt Right are projecting their disdain and fear of a second Iraq war on to this event, and I think that’s off base.

    If early reports are to be believed, Trump has clearly given ICE a freer hand in cracking down on illegal immigration. Furthermore, by putting Carson at HUD and Sessions at the justice department, he has stopped the emerging bipartisan cuckservative/leftist effort to let violent blacks out of prison as part of so called “criminal justice reform,” and then forcibly integrate them into white neighborhoods through housing quotas in order to reduce so-called “neighborhood inequality.” That means fewer white people raped and murdered. So no, he’s not the “God Emperor,” but, flawed though he may be, he has done some good things for white people, if only by blocking the ability of the left to do them harm. We should not forget that.”

    Plus scrapping junk economics and the TPP but kosher nationalism must also be defeated. I was warning about Trump’s toxic relatives for months on end.

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    • Hipster Racist
      April 13, 2017

      Aryan Skynet hated Trump from the beginning despite being wrong on almost major every issue related to him, the campaign, and his supporters.

      What was AryanSkynet wrong about?

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      • redarmyvodka
        April 14, 2017

        Several things but Trump winning by a landslide crushing all opposition left, right, and center including the media stands out the most. This was a turning point in history type election on par with 1860 and 1960.

        Up until recently Trump was also delivering on his promises as well. Hopefully these are temporary setbacks but when he began deviating from his core ideas his supporters called him out.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 14, 2017

        OK I admit I didn’t think that Trump would win – I was wrong about that. I assumed he would lose. I was right about everything else.

        BTW, Trump did not “win in a landslide” – he lost the popular vote. Only thanks to Bannon campaigning hard in the Rust Belt was he able to win the EC.

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      • BMan
        April 14, 2017

        He barely won according to the MSM reporting.

        I would bet that after the tainted votes are accounted for, there was a landslide.

        All you had to do was compare event attendance to know.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 14, 2017

        I doubt very seriously that Trump won the popular vote by a landslide, even if you account for all the illegals and other various kinds of fraud. The numbers are pretty clear – Trump won the “Reagan Democrats” in traditionally Blue States in the Rust Belt. He only needed a thin margin to get the EC votes and he got a pretty thick margin from what I can tell.

        If we didn’t have an EC the Democrats were be a permanent majority by now.

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      • BMan
        April 14, 2017

        Redarmyvodka: Up until recently Trump was also delivering on his promises as well

        List them.

        And I don’t really mean the couple minor bones he’s thrown to the real Drumpfters (the believer, like you).

        Basically, this guy will do the same as all the others, except he is a better conman to convince the undiscerning (like you).

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      • icareviews
        April 14, 2017

        “List them.” Well, BMan, you have to admit, he’s followed through consistently on his campaign promise to support Israel 1,000%.

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      • redarmyvodka
        April 14, 2017

        Let’s set some very clear metrics Trump was never a WN, Christian conservative, or whatever other cause you’re into nor did he claim to be. However undoing the damage of the Bush/Obama years alone would be a big step in the right direction.

        It’s barely been three months in office wait at least a year before making any major assessments about the Trump presidency but his cabinet is probably the most pro-reform in decades. You couldn’t have gotten a better attorney general if you care about immigration. The crackdown on the sanctuary cities has begun.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 14, 2017

        So you don’t actually have any examples of AryanSkynet being wrong, then?

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      • icareviews
        April 14, 2017

        I’m perfectly willing to admit where I’ve been wrong about Donald Trump. Back in 2015 and through much of the primary process of 2016, I was convinced that Donald Trump wouldn’t get anywhere near the Republican nomination. For a long time I didn’t even believe he seriously intended to win. I still think it’s possible that at the beginning of his campaign Trump didn’t necessarily believe in the reality of his chances, either. In some of my posts I gave voice to different hypotheticals relating to Trump – that he was in league with the Clintons and/or George Soros, for example – but I never asserted this to be the case and only cited it as a possibility based on their previous connections. Where Hipster Racist and I were totally right, however, and what was plain for anybody to see who had their eyes open, is that Donald Trump is so positively soaked with shady Jewish connections that it would be ridiculous to believe he was some sort of ardent nationalist, let alone a crypto-identitarian, acting out of some Hitlerian idealism. Many supported Trump for pragmatic and arguably realistic reasons, and that I completely understand; but we probably all had our encounters with the true believers who just couldn’t bring themselves to accept that the God Emperor was capable of anything less than infinity-D chess. These were the people that Skynet consistently smacked down like the LARPing tards they are.

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      • redarmyvodka
        April 14, 2017

        Trump wasn’t just there to undermine the Iran deal and vanish. By all accounts he will maintain the deal with some modifications at best which is a positive development because it was one of the few things Obama got right.

        Trump is a liberal Republican of the Nelson Rockefeller but the level of opposition he faced during the primaries, campaign, and to some extent even now is NOT indicative of business as usual in any way, shape, or form.

        Trump did win in a landslide both in the primaries and general election. Without massive Democrat voter fraud he would have won the popular vote and five other states as well like Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico, Virginia, and likely his home state of New York.

        The fact that the House, Senate, and most state legislatures/governorships went to the GOP over the course of the past couple elections should have been proof enough that the country was not demographically doomed and Trump was likely to win. You probably bought into fake news polls showing Trump massively behind.

        Within a year we’ll know for certain if Trump is delivering on his core promises.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 14, 2017

        Without massive Democrat voter fraud he would have won the popular vote and five other states as well like Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico, Virginia, and likely his home state of New York.

        It would be nice to believe that but frankly that sounds like Rush Limbaugh conspiracy theories to me.

        Trump is a Democrat more than a Republican, but he is somewhat “liberal” in the RR sense. But Trump is just a figurehead, his handlers are not “liberal” and certainly not Republican.

        The fact that the House, Senate, and most state legislatures/governorships went to the GOP over the course of the past couple elections

        Most of that is just blowback from Obama – Democrats were demoralized and Republicans were energized/mad. If Clinton had not been such an unlikable character, if she could have gotten out the Dem vote the way Obama did, Trump would have likely lost.

        Within a year we’ll know for certain if Trump is delivering on his core promises.

        It’s pretty clear that Trump is fulfilling the promises that mattered to the people that mattered – and that ain’t us (as least that ain’t me, as I’m a White American. Don’t know about you.)

        However Trump may actually come through on slowing down immigration, which is basically all we could ever hope for anyway. If he does that, and doesn’t do anything terrible like start WWIII, it will probably have been worth it. But that is very much an open question.

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      • icareviews
        April 14, 2017

        I was just planning on doing a quick post about that. Trump gets shittier by the hour.

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      • BMan
        April 14, 2017

        I am in no way surprised.

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      • icareviews
        April 14, 2017

        Thanks.

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      • redarmyvodka
        April 14, 2017

        Correction Trump is a liberal Republican of the Nelson Rockefeller *variety*.

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      • redarmyvodka
        April 15, 2017

        The article about refugee settlement is deliberately misleading. Those people were already invited to the United States by Obama during the last days of his presidency. Trump tried to block them but his executive orders were overruled twice. It’s no secret that Trump will have to take on local/state governments, federal courts, and congress over immigration.

        The executive branch doesn’t need congress to enforce the law. Budget cuts will bring the provincials in line. The judiciary is problematic either Trump embraces the FDR approach of stacking the courts or simply ignores them like Andrew Jackson.

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      • icareviews
        April 15, 2017

        It’s April now, so I’m curious: at what point will Trump no longer have the it’s-Obama’s-fault card to play in his defense? Or does it, as with his predecessor’s it’s-Bush’s-fault card, carry no expiration date?

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 15, 2017

        I like to point out that the Republicans have the Presidency, the House of Representatives, the Senate, now the Supreme Court, something like 2/3 of state governments – enough to hold an actual Constitutional Convention with virtually no Democratic votes at all.

        Whatever happens, it’s 100% the credit or fault of the GOP now. Democrats and “liberals” are irrelevant.

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      • Sam J.
        April 16, 2017

        “…Donald Trump is so positively soaked with shady Jewish connections…”

        Maybe the Jews reminded him of this. He had a lot dealings with the Jews(mob) maybe they told him they were going to sacrifice a few mobsters(jews) and put him in jail????

        We’ll see. If he keeps up the way he’s going you know he’s compromised somehow.

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      • BMan
        April 16, 2017

        Sam,

        I seriously doubt it took him winning the election for the jews to tell him he was owned. He’s known that his entire life.

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      • redarmyvodka
        April 17, 2017

        I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again one year is enough time to determine someone’s priorities. I gave up on Obama after the one year point so I’ll give Trump the same courtesy. However unlike Obama who never even tried Trump is moving forward with his agenda despite the zig zags in policy.

        Speaking of Obama why is he still in DC establishing some sort of shadow government and why has Aryan Skynet never mentioned how unusual that is even though an unconventional take on events is the blog’s forte?

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      • icareviews
        April 17, 2017

        Obama’s waiting in the wings, biding his time until Trump’s next fuck-up, gathering his Antifa of the Apes “civilian national security force” for a final coup to instate Homo Sharia.

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      • BMan
        April 17, 2017

        A Drumpfter =an Obama Maniac = a Bushie

        All the same.

        There will NEVER come a solution from the R or D parties, including your imaginary Nationalist hero, Trump.

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      • icareviews
        April 17, 2017

        Alt-Right needs to hijack the publicity offered by the next party primaries process rather than just play cheerleaders for some Israeli shill.

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      • BMan
        April 17, 2017

        Have you ever heard of Robert Morrow? He’s not Alt Right, but he infiltrated the Rep Party in Texas as Chairman and boy, o boy, did he stir some feathers.

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      • icareviews
        April 17, 2017

        Not off the top of my head. I’ll look it up.

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      • BMan
        April 17, 2017

        Go to the 4:40 mark:

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      • BMan
        April 17, 2017

        I’ve had communication with Robert over the years. He can actually write:

        https://buelahman.wordpress.com/2013/06/09/lyndon-johnson-and-the-jfk-assassination-by-robert-morrow/

        I’ve done a few other posts for him, too.

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      • BMan
        April 17, 2017

        Or maybe, ruffled some shit.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 18, 2017

        @redarmyvodka

        Speaking of Obama why is he still in DC establishing some sort of shadow government and why has Aryan Skynet never mentioned how unusual that is even though an unconventional take on events is the blog’s forte?

        I don’t see anything like that happening at all. That seems more like a typical Republican party conspiracy theory on the level of “Obama is a Secret Muslim” and “Obama has a fake birth certificate.”

        The Democrats have virtually zero power. The Republicans have the Presidency, the House of Representatives, the Senate, the Supreme Court, and nearly 2/3 of the state governments – enough to hold a Constitutional Convention with virtually zero input from the Democrats.

        Bitching about Obama, the Democrats, or “liberals” in the current situation is a laughable red herring – it’s Rush Limbaugh level. The real opposition to Trump is coming from the conservative wing of the Republican party. Obama and the Democrats are sitting on the bench whining.

        The “shadow government” is run by the Republican party, not the Democrats.

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      • redarmyvodka
        April 17, 2017

        You guys must be very well off because in case you hadn’t noticed the economy has been in a semi-depression for little more than a decade. Debt on top of debt on top of more debt is not a sustainable path forward.

        People living in the real world don’t have the luxury of political fantasy. Almost every major change in history occurred when the established power structure or at least a certain faction within embraced it.

        Nobody gets everything they want all the time but you take the best deal you can get. If Trump is the best we can do at this particular time I’ll take it because even that is under attack.

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      • icareviews
        April 17, 2017

        Sure, I get what you’re saying. But Trump still sucks a big Israeli dick. That’s all.

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      • BMan
        April 17, 2017

        You see, it is “political fantasy” to understand the system he believes in is broken and we should work to fix/change it. That (God save us) CONMEN that fool the believers every election cycle. Regular as clockwork.

        Its just fantasy.

        Tired, old, never-ending, repeat ad nauseum until nauseated.

        Over and over again.

        But let’s believe.

        Puke

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 18, 2017

        @redarmyvodka

        It doesn’t really matter if you like Trump or not, he won the Presidency. So, you’ll take it as will we all. Chances are as well that you yourself, like many of us, had virtually zero effect on the last election. Trump’s campaign had the media and the online social media to get his message out – individual bloggers and commenters had virtually nothing to do with it.

        I’m glad Trump won as opposed to Clinton, but that hardly means I should become his cheerleader, isn’t it far more effective to become a critic “from the right” (or maybe from the white) even in a small way? He already has a professional cheerleading squad and a professional heckling squad “from the left.”

        As far as the public “debt” goes, I don’t understand why people don’t read what the Triffin Paradox is and how that affects debt. The second the US starts to “pay off the debt” is the very second that the US dollar loses reserve currency status, which is when the real “recession” starts.

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  10. Hipster Racist
    April 13, 2017

    From Tanstaafl’s link to WP

    These [Trump loyalists] argue that a better representative of Trump’s voters inside the White House is Stephen Miller, the chief policy adviser and former Sessions aide who joined the campaign early and helped Trump hone and communicate his ideas. They said Miller has worked closely with Bannon, but also has strategically aligned himself with Kushner, who came to see him last year as indispensable at Trump’s side.

    “It’s a cohencidence.”

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/inside-bannons-struggle-from-shadow-president-to-trumps-marked-man/2017/04/12/1f5aabc0-1f99-11e7-ad74-3a742a6e93a7_story.html

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    • icareviews
      April 13, 2017

      Oy vey: “the bloc of centrists led by Trump’s daughter and son-in-law …”

      The lugenpresse is nauseating. I saw some other article today, I think at ABC News, that said something to the effect that Trump had managed to “flop to the center”. You’re not mainstream unless you’re launching “beautiful” missiles at foreign countries for the amusement of Brian Williams.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 13, 2017

        “Trump finally became the Commander in Chief” when he lobbed missiles at Israel’s enemies.

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      • icareviews
        April 13, 2017

        Your Daily 4D Trump Chess Bulletin:

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 13, 2017

        Oh gee thanks I just had breakfast and now I get to see that guy’s ugly mug again.

        Why do you hate me so much?

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      • icareviews
        April 13, 2017

        It’s nighttime here, when the goblins come out.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 14, 2017

        The real thing I hate about that guy is not how he looks or how he dresses. It’s his annoying know-it-all tone and his rather pedestrian analysis posturing and something profound. On most political issues I actually generally agree with him. He is just an extremely annoying guy.

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  12. Cora
    April 13, 2017

    Reblogged this on Crochet Racist.

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  13. bob saffron
    April 14, 2017

    Happy Easter fellow goys!

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  14. NoddingHead
    April 14, 2017

    Bannon, Kushner, yada yada yada. I don’t give a shit about Bannon. Neither he or any other of Trump’s “appointees” will question the official 9/11. All worthless. It isn’t complex. It is a media distraction and a total shit show.

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  15. NoddingHead
    April 14, 2017

    Breitbart sucks, btw.

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  16. NoddingHead
    April 14, 2017

    Breitbart reminds me “Freepers”

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  17. NoddingHead
    April 14, 2017

    *not an enigma
    More of the same ol’ crap

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  18. BMan
    April 15, 2017

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  19. NoddingHead
    April 16, 2017

    Good one BMan. Less than 100 days into office. Amazing.

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  20. NoddingHead
    April 16, 2017

    Wondering now about the media-hyped “violent confrontation” between supposed Trump supporters and supposed “leftists” in Berkeley. I for one doubt Trump has any more supporters committed to “Him” enough to fight for real in the streets. Not after what he has shown in his first 90 days.

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    • icareviews
      April 16, 2017

      I wasn’t impressed by much of what I saw. It looked like a pretty odd mix of characters on the Trump side – even minorities like that “Latinos for Trump” guy with the Star of David necklace. There may very well have been infiltrators or plants among the combatants, but if the idea was to present Trump supporters as Nazi street thugs, why cast non-whites? I think there were plenty of organic rowdies out there looking to pay the Left back after the episode with Milo.

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  21. NoddingHead
    April 16, 2017

    “…why cast non-whites?”

    Because Syria bombing changed everything. Remember, only racists and anti-semites could possibly oppose bombing and destroying Syria or any other sovereign nation in the Middle East that might possibly someday pose a threat to Israel. Trump went on the offensive against Assad (who still “must go”). So now the media praises Trump and shows racial diversity among “Trump supporters” in Berkeley.

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  22. Autumn Cote
    April 21, 2017

    Would it be OK if I cross-posted this article to WriterBeat.com? I’ll be sure to give you complete credit 2as the author. There is no fee, I’m simply trying to add more content diversity for our community and I liked what you wrote. If “OK” please respond via email.

    Autumn
    AutumnCote@WriterBeat.com

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