Bannon Plots Showdown with George Soros in Europe
Steve Bannon, Trump’s former White House chief advisor and former executive chairman of Breitbart News, plans to take on George Soros in a toe-to-toe battle over Europe. The plan is to lead a populist revolt throughout the EU in order to crush Soros’ socialist grip to smithereens.
Bannon seeks to lead a populist revolt throughout Europe by setting up a foundation called The Movement, which he hopes will rival Soros’ Open Society Foundations. Currently, plans are to establish headquarters in Brussels.
Trump’s former White House chief advisor told The Daily Beast that he is setting up an NGO in Europe called The Movement which he hopes will lead a right-wing populist revolt across the continent starting with the European Parliament elections next spring. Naturally, liberal politicians are frightened.
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Any European who doesn’t like the flood of unchecked immigrants pouring into their nation is very likely to delight in the news that Steve Bannon is planning an EU showdown with open borders globalist George Soros. “Soros is brilliant,” Bannon said. “He’s evil but he’s brilliant.”
Bannon wants to create a new foundation, promoting the conservative values and ideology, that will rival the impact of radical left Open Society Foundations, set up by George Soros.
Bannon’s idea take on Soros in Europe with his very own NGO to support Europe’s conservative-right parties has caused quite shock and fear among liberals left politicians.
Corrupt EU technocrats and autocrats are accusing the former Trump advisor of planning an “attack on democracy” and trying to undermine “European values.”
The reality behind all of this radical left outrage is the tacit admission that competition to Soros’ liberal left money train may leave many in Brussels without a job and without a globalist, sociopath patron.
Bannon’s new non-profit organization will be called ‘The Movement’ and is set to establish itself in Brussels. The foundation aims to bring together center, and center-right parties from across Europe, providing them with the support of think tanks, the organization of polls and valuable insights on data-targeting.
The Movement would challenge the influence of the George Soros’ liberal left Open Society Foundation. The NGO, established in 1984, has spent some $32 billion to support “liberal” causes.
Steven Bannon is taking on George Soros in his own Brussels back yard…will he succeed? Bannon sure has many EU officials scared at such a prospect occurring.
“Soros is brilliant,” Bannon said. “He’s evil but he’s brilliant.”
The Movement plans to research and write detailed policy proposals that can be used by like-minded parties; commission pan-European or targeted polling; and share expertise in election war room methodology such as message discipline, data-led voter targeting and field operations. Depending on electoral law in individual countries, the foundation may be able to take part in some campaigns directly while bolstering other populist groups indirectly.
“I didn’t get the idea until Marine Le Pen invited me to speak at Lille at the Front National,” recalled Bannon. “I said, ‘What do you want me say?’”
The response came back: “All you have to say is, ‘We’re not alone.’”
Bannon was stunned to discover that the nationalist movements in Europe were not pooling skills and sharing ideas with populist parties in neighboring countries—let alone on a global scale.
Bannon said the Front National recognized that he was “the guy that goes round and understands us as a collective.”
Up on stage he told the crowd: “You fight for your country and they call you racist. But the days when those kind of insults work is over. The establishment media are the dogs of the system. Every day, we become stronger and they become weaker. Let them call you racists, xenophobes or whatever else, wear these like a medal.”
The former Trump campaign manager believes the fuse for the global populist revolt—now led from Washington, D.C. by his former boss—was lit 10 years ago during the financial crisis and President Barack Obama’s bailout of the broken financial sector. With income inequality growing, Bannon first championed Sarah Palin and then Donald Trump as vanquishers of the establishment elite who were capable of turning traditional politics on its head.
His next populist heroes can be found in Europe.