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Steve Bannon on how the strategy that elected Trump is going global

Published on Sep 3, 2018

The ABC's Sarah Ferguson speaks with political strategist Steve Bannon, the man who helped get Trump elected to the Whitehouse and is now attempting to stir a global populist revolution. He says he believes Australia is ripe for a working-class revolution as the influence of China grows.

Donald Trump's former strategist Steve Bannon predicts working-class revolt in Australia as China rises

Donald Trump's former chief strategist Steve Bannon has criticised Australia's approach to an aggressive China, labelling it weak and saving his most blunt assessment for former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull.

"People are going to be held accountable in the next 10 or 20 years about 'what did you know about China?', 'how did you accommodate it?'" he said.

"They absolutely have to be confronted now. Turnbull has been way too much of an appeaser."

In an exclusive interview with Four Corners, Mr Bannon identified Australia as the "canary in the mineshaft" — a warning of the consequences of not standing up to China.

"Australia can show you when good and decent people kind of play by the rules and the next thing they look around and many of the economic resources and economic assets of a country are owned by another country," he said.

COMMENT:

You learn the name calling at the Lenin School of Political Warfare. If you can't win an argument, you paint them with a negative idea or context. So by using the tool the left wing exposes itself as a part of the communist hierarchy working in camouflage of a moderate civility. However, we know their end run was the consolidation of power for a politburo and the mass deprivation of human rights leading to the greatest mass slaughters in history. People are tired of it and demand change. If there is any truth to the concept of a democracy, how can a striving populist movement be undemocratic? If democracy is an illusion spun by the economic politburo, then the control of opinion and power for the liberal left is clearly understood as a control mechanism to prevent a populist democratic revolution from happening. As John Kennedy said, those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable. Either way we the populists win. The banality of the situation is the power of the revolution is generated by the resistance to it from the power establishment attempting to force their way. The greater they force the matter the more powerful the revolution becomes. They're greatest strategy would be to let the wave pass and crash, and say see I told you so. But that would take the courage of their convictions and the accuracy of their opinions. They have neither that form of courage or faith in their principles. That even more so shows the populists are correct in their assumptions on the course of the ship of state.

Posted by Conspiracy Cafe on October 7, 2018 at 8:46 AM 316 Views