Steve Bannon Welcomes Eduardo Bolsonaro as Head of The Movement in South America

Steve Bannon Welcomes Eduardo Bolsonaro as Head of The Movement in South America

BRUSSELSFeb. 2, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Eduardo Bolsonaro, Brazilian Member of Congress and son of President Jair Bolsonaro, announced that he would represent South America in The Movement, a united consortium of European representatives who support populist nationalism and reject the influence of globalism founded by Steve Bannon.

“I’m very proud to join Steve Bannon as the leader of The Movement in Brazil, representing Latin American nations. We will work with him to reclaim sovereignty from progressive globalist elitist forces and expand common sense nationalism for all citizens of Latin America,” announced Bolsonaro.

Bolsonaro is the most voted congressman in the history of Brazil, having received more than 1.8 million votes in Brazil’s 2018 national elections.

“We will restore dignity, freedom and economic opportunity to our great nation and her neighbors. We will walk through our program of uniting the forces of nationalism. Mr. Bannon’s work in Europe is vital and we support his effort against the dangerous Global Pact on Migration. We’ll be able to do more as we join our forces to promote prosperity and our shared western culture,” Bolsonaro added.

Led by former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon and his European counterpart, Belgian attorney Mischaël Modrikamen, The Movement supports parties and candidates across Europe that advocate for nationalist populism in their states and oppose encroachment on sovereignty by international forces, ahead of the European parliamentary elections in May.

“The Movement is honored to welcome Eduardo Bolsanaro as a distinguished partner, and Brazil, a key ally in South America,” Bannon said. “We stand together in our pursuit of a populist nationalist agenda for prosperity and sovereignty for citizens throughout the world.”

“With the addition of Eduardo, The Movement is expanding beyond Europe to our friends in South America,” Modrikamen said. “Eventually, we hope to reach citizens in all nations who feel abandoned by the globalist world order and want their governments to re-assert sovereignty.”

The Movement officially launches at its first annual summit in Brussels this March.

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Steve Bannon Predicts Trump Will Appoint Not One, But TWO More Justices to the Supreme Court

Steve Bannon Predicts Trump Will Appoint Not One, But TWO More Justices to the Supreme Court

Former White House counselor Steve Bannon believes President Trump will have the opportunity to appoint two more justices to the Supreme Court during his time in office.

While not a historical record, four appointments is a number most Presidents never see. Ronald Reagan had four as well, but each president since has had two. George Washington holds the record for the most – he had to appoint the entire federal judiciary – at eleven.

Speculation has run rampant that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg may be forced into retirement due to unfortunate compounding health concerns.

“Fox & Friends” even accidentally queued up a memorial graphic on Monday.

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Fox News just slipped in Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s obituary segment opener

But who will be the other Justice?

Will Ginsburg Be One?

The 85-year-old Ginsburg missed oral arguments last week for the first time since her appointment to the court in 1993, recovering from a pulmonary lobectomy in December.

While we are loathed to speculate about her health – she is, after all, one tough cookie – the fact is that the left has been apoplectic over the thought, even offering to donate their organs.

The White House has been telling outside advisors to prepare for Ginsburg’s possible retirement according to recent reports.

Politico reported that administration officials are “taking the temperature on possible short-list candidates, reaching out to key stakeholders, and just making sure that people are informed on the process” of nominating her successor.

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Politico reports that the White House and senior Senate Judiciary Committee Republican aides are preparing for the possibility of a Supreme Court vacancy due to Justice Ginsburg’s illness, including putting together a shortlist of possible nominees. 


Who Will Be the Other?

According to the Daily Mail, Bannon has expressed a theory that Justice Clarence Thomas will retire, allowing a Republican president to name his replacement.

Thomas is the longest-tenured Justice currently presiding, and just the second African-American to serve on the nation’s highest court. The strict Constitutionalist was subjected to the Kavanaugh treatment – a series of smears by partisan Democrats to destroy his life – before it was known as the Kavanaugh treatment.

His name was dragged through the mud as political opponents brought in Anita Hill, who had accused him of sexual harassment in the early 1990s. Hill’s story had several holes and little basis in fact.

“Clarence Thomas may retire so that the president could pick someone to replace him,” Politico reported Bannon as saying.

If so, his successor will have some major robes to fill in replacing this man.

“I admit to being unapologetically Catholic, unapologetically patriotic, and unapologetically a Constitutionalist,” Thomas said of his career.

Let’s hope Trump appoints someone equally unapologetic for his or her adherence to the nation and her founding documents.

Read more at the Political Insider

Steve Bannon and Guo Wengui Target a Common Enemy: China

Steve Bannon and Guo Wengui Target a Common Enemy: China

Just months after being pushed out of the White House, Stephen K. Bannon, President Trump’s former chief strategist, met with a fugitive Chinese billionaire at a suite in the luxurious Hays-Adams Hotel in Washington.

The billionaire, Guo Wengui, who is also known as Miles Kwok, was living in New York City and had landed on China’s most-wanted list, accused of bribery, fraud and money laundering. He was also a dissident and fierce critic of Beijing, seeking political asylum in the United States. And Mr. Bannon — increasingly obsessed with the emerging China threat — was eager to talk about the Communist Party, corruption and American naval operations in the South China Sea.

Since their first discussion in October 2017, they have met dozens of times — in Dallas, on Mr. Guo’s yacht and, more often, at the billionaire’s $67.5 million apartment in the Sherry-Netherland Hotel, overlooking New York’s Central Park. The two shared a stage two weeks ago in Manhattan, at a news conference they organized to announce plans to set up a $100 million fund to investigate corruption and aid people they deem victims of Chinese government persecution.

“We both naturally despise the Chinese Communist Party,” Mr. Guo said in an interview last week, referring to Mr. Bannon. “That’s why we’ve become partners.”

It’s an unusual partnership between two political gadflies with a common, if overly grand, objective: bringing about the demise of the Chinese Communist Party.

One is an exiled businessman who claims to have evidence of corruption at the highest levels of government in China. The other is a former Goldman Sachs banker who delights in lobbing political grenades at what he calls the “party of Davos,” a band of global elites that he says has undermined America’s interests at home and abroad.
As tensions between the United States and China grow, the two men are hoping to stoke them even further, by effectively calling for the overthrow of Beijing’s leadership. Mr. Guo is dipping into his fortune, while Mr. Bannon has agreed to provide a strategy.

Mr. Bannon is, in effect, reprising the role of political provocateur he played before joining the Trump campaign in the summer of 2016. Back then, he was running the conservative news site Breitbart, and helping promote conspiracy theories through the publication of books like “Clinton Cash,” which aimed to destroy Hillary Clinton’s White House bid.

In an interview in his hotel room two weeks ago, Mr. Bannon, 65, said the new China-related fund he will head, without pay, will gather evidence, share it with authorities — in the United States and elsewhere — and publish it in the media. The fund also targets Wall Street banks and law firms, which he says are complicit in China’s misdeeds.

The project, he says, is consistent with his populist and nationalist agenda. China’s reckless behavior, he contended, is endangering the global economy, and sapping America’s strength.

“As a populist, this is outrageous,” Mr. Bannon said, noting that American financial institutions have helped back the worrisome global buying sprees of Chinese companies, with cash raised from ordinary people, including government pension funds. “The elites in this country have to be held accountable. We have to get the facts on the table.”

Mr. Guo, 50, insists that the fund offers a way to strike back at Beijing. China has pressed the Trump administration to extradite him so that he can face a raft of charges in China — allegations he strongly denies. Billions of dollars in assets he controlled have been frozen by Beijing. And Interpol, the global police organization, has issued a warrant seeking his arrest. He now travels with a phalanx of security guards, saying he fears for his life.

The Chinese Embassy could not be reached for comment. But the Guo-Bannon alliance has alarmed some analysts, who view the two men as purveyors of conspiracy theories fueling anti-China sentiment.

“The problem with these types of reckless, loose-cannon accusations is that they undermine the ability of responsible analysts and policymakers to identify the genuine cases of Chinese wrongdoing and fashion realistic and effective policy responses,” said Michael D. Swaine, a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington.

For Mr. Bannon, the new effort plays to a longstanding and complicated interest in China. As a young naval officer in the 1970s, he patrolled the South China Sea. He also lived for a time in Shanghai, where he ran a small online gaming company. In recent years, he has come to view China as a military threat to the United States, and a fierce economic rival that refuses to play by the rules.

In helping elect Donald J. Trump, Mr. Bannon counseled him to take a tough line on China and step up trade pressure on Beijing. Mr. Trump obliged by tapping the Harvard-trained economist Peter Navarro, a longtime China critic known for his book “Death by China,” and Michael Pillsbury, a China hawk at the Hudson Institute, as top trade advisers.

The effort has bristled some of Beijing’s friends like President Milos Zeman of the Czech Republic, right, who met with President Xi Jinping of China in Prague in 2016.

The effort has bristled some of Beijing’s friends like President Milos Zeman of the Czech Republic, right, who met with President Xi Jinping of China in Prague in 2016.CreditRene Fluger/Czech News Agency, via Associated Press
It was during his time at the White House, Mr. Bannon says, that he first heard about Mr. Guo. The Chinese billionaire was living in New York, broadcasting allegations of high-level government corruption in China on Twitter and YouTube — some credible, some outlandish and still unproved. By then, he had also applied for political asylum.

Alarmed by his social media campaign and his public denunciations of the Communist Party, Beijing began pressing the Trump administration to extradite Mr. Guo. Chinese investigators said he has ties to Ma Jian, a former spy chief now imprisoned in China on charges of bribery and abuse of power.

Inside the White House, there were disagreements over how to deal with Mr. Guo. Several Western businessmen, apparently eager to cozy up to Beijing, lobbied President Trump to accede to China’s demands, according to people familiar with the talks.

Mr. Bannon said he sided with those in the administration who opposed any handover, viewing Mr. Guo as a potentially valuable “intelligence asset.”

They met only after Mr. Bannon was forced out of the White House. Mr. Bannon says he received a call from Bill Gertz, a Washington journalist who has long been critical of China. Mr. Gertz told him that Mr. Guo was scheduled to give a talk in Washington at the Hudson Institute, a conservative think tank. The talk was canceled at the last minute.

Over lunch, Mr. Guo and Mr. Bannon discussed China’s military capabilities, as well as the financial implications of Beijing’s rule, including what impact the country’s mounting corporate debt might have on its economy. A friendship emerged.

“It was fantastic. He really impressed me,” Mr. Bannon said of his first meeting with Mr. Guo. “We talked about President Trump’s approach to China, and he went into corruption in the Chinese Communist Party.”


Mr. Bannon later introduced Mr. Guo to people in the hedge fund community, including J. Kyle Bass, who has soured on China and sought to profit by short-selling the Chinese currency.

As Mr. Bannon sharpened his critique of China’s rise, he also began meeting privately with some of America’s leading experts on China, to seek their counsel and outline his agenda. Few welcomed his strident remarks, according to people who attended some of the sessions. But more recently, analysts say, his positions have gotten a warmer reception.

“The tectonic plates are shifting,” says Orville H. Schell, the director of the Center on U.S.-China Relations at the Asia Society. “Many analysts would have totally rejected him two years ago. But people are more sympathetic now that engagement with China has been defrocked.”

Mr. Schell adds, “On the China question, he’s no longer the skunk at the party.”

But Mr. Bannon is getting blowback from some of Beijing’s friends. On a trip abroad this year to drum up support for nationalist and populist leaders in Eastern and Central Europe, Mr. Bannon says, he was scolded for his positions on China by Milos Zeman, president of the Czech Republic and one of Beijing’s closest allies in the region.

“He threw down on me hard,” Mr. Bannon says. “He said: ‘Tell Trump you didn’t learn from Hitler. You can’t fight on two fronts. You can’t take on radical Islam and China. You will end up in the bunker, like Hitler.”

A spokesman for President Zeman said that he had challenged Mr. Bannon on American tariffs against China, and that the two men had parted ways in a very “cold atmosphere.”

Mr. Bannon is unbowed. He has agreed to serve as chairman of the so-called Rule of Law Fund, the $100 million effort that Mr. Guo is financing. The fund plans to publicize its findings and offer financial support to businessmen, government officials and others who run afoul of the Chinese authorities — including those who flee overseas, like Mr. Guo himself.


Mr. Bannon has also joined Mr. Guo in targeting the HNA Group, the huge Chinese conglomerate that borrowed heavily and spent billions around the world, before debt and regulatory pressures forced the company to curb its global ambitions.

Until Twitter suspended his account late last year, Mr. Guo was waging an online war against HNA and its top executives. He claimed, without proof, that the company was engaged in bribing top officials and their relatives, and has even spun conspiracy theories about the death of the company’s co-chairman Wang Jian in an accident in France last summer. HNA declined to comment.

At their joint news conference last week, Mr. Bannon took the stage at the Pierre Hotel on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan to say, “Literally hundreds, if not thousands, of the best and brightest” in China have disappeared, been imprisoned or committed suicide under unusual circumstances and without due process.

“Today is about recklessness and accountability,” he added, noting that American financial institutions have close ties to political elites in Beijing. “Who profited off this? Who looked the other way?”

Steve Bannon goes to war with the Pope

Steve Bannon goes to war with the Pope

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon says Pope Francis is ‘beneath contempt’. Bannon is, of course, far from being the only Catholic to criticize the Pope, who is accused of watering down Catholic teaching. The pontiff’s stance on the migrant crisis – he has said migrants’ dignity should be a priority over national security – has also angered many Catholics, as has Francis’s recent suggestion that populism sows the hate that leads to Hitler. For Bannon, who despite having been married three times says that his Catholicism is central to his life, these things show that the Pope is on the side of the elite and not the little guy. His solution? Pope Francis needs to be more left wing:

‘His greatest failings outside the spiritual and theological are siding with the globalist elites against the citizens of the nations of the world. Memo to the Pope — if you want to cultivate a media image of working man’s champion, great; but you then actually have to stand up for the little guy, and not with the rich and powerful who drive the UN and the EU in favor of their own internationalist agendas at the little guy’s expense. His attempts to demonize the populist movement in Europe and the United States are beneath contempt.’

Bannon’s declaration of hostility towards the Pope is interesting on several levels. His sworn enemy may well be what is commonly called the liberal elite. But that term is confusing. It no longer means just the liberal-left. It consists of two forces that were once sworn enemies – the internationalist left, for whom nations are the root of all evil; and the global capitalist right, for whom nations are a barrier to profit. Although neither force in this unholy alliance does God, both approve of the Pope because they, like him, are in favor of open borders. This above all explains Bannon’s damning verdict on Pope Francis.

Sacked by Trump from the White House in August 2017, Bannon was then, in January 2018, fired by the alt-right website Breitbart. Reduced to dogmeat in America – or so his opponents insist – he has turned his attention to Europe where he now plans, he has said, to spend most of his time.

The political arm of his new mission – The Movement, which he describes as ‘a populist nationalist NGO’ – is well known. Based in Brussels, its aim is to aid and abet the populist parties of the EU in their quest to take over the European Parliament at the elections next May.

Far less known is the mission’s cultural arm: an academy for populists whose aim is to save Western civilization, no less, by putting back Judeo-Christian values at the heart of the European conversation. This ‘gladiator school for culture warriors’, as Bannon labeled it, is set to be based at a spectacular monastery in the mountains 70 miles east of Rome. It opens in June next year.

Just as few realize how left-wing Bannon can be, few realize how his Catholicism is at the core of his politics. He still attends mass regularly. Bannon is convinced that capitalism is not working any more because we in the West have jettisoned the Judeo-Christian values that stopped the bosses and the bankers treating people like commodities. To reverse this, these values – and not necessarily a belief in God Himself – are enough.

I am not so sure. Can such values carry sufficient clout without the belief in God that gives them their force? Either way, this issue will decide the fate of the West as it is so vital, not just to our economy, but to our entire way of life.

A few weeks ago, I went to the monastery perched 2,700 feet up the side of a mountain, the Certosa di Trisulti, where Bannon’s ‘academy’ will be based. Founded in 1204 by Pope Innocent III, it made me think of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from the Harry Potter books. On my visit, I met its director, Ben Harnwell, 43, a chemistry graduate of Warwick University. Originally from Leicester, Harnwell is the son of a fireman and a local government accountant. Harnwell was in Brussels working for Tory MEP Nirj Deva when, in 2004, he lost faith in the European project in which he had believed. He became a Catholic, subsequently setting up the Instituto Dignitatis Humanae in order to ‘protect Christian politicians in the public square from being no-platformed and sacked for their Christian views’. In 2010, he moved the institute to Rome; there, four years later, he met Bannon, who was, at the time, more or less a complete unknown. But this encounter changed Harnwell’s life. And thus was born the idea of the ‘gladiator school for culture warriors’ to save the West.

The president of the institute’s advisory board is the ultra-conservative Cardinal Raymond Burke, Pope Francis’s most outspoken critic within the Vatican, who has said disobeying the Pope is a ‘duty’ if he has ‘deviated from the faith’.

Bannon is one of five patrons of the institute. Its backers are private – mainly Americans and Brits, who are Catholics and Jews. In February, the institute won a contract from the Italian government to take on a 19-year lease on the Certosa di Trisulti, which has hundreds of rooms and 603,000 square feet of roof. The Cistercian monks who had been there since 1947 when they replaced the Carthusians were forced to give it up as there were only three of them left. The rent for the building is $114,500 (€100,000) a year, but every euro invested in restoration is taken off the rent.

So what is the plan now? It’s not to set up an alternative Papacy as was tried in Avignon in the 14th century. Instead, it’s to create a Leninist-style revolutionary cadre able to lead the people, no longer known as the proletariat, to victory. With or without Pope Francis. But as Bannon told me:

‘The Pope is the Vicar of Jesus Christ on Earth. The Catholic Church is historically a pillar of Western Civilization. We’re not trying to destroy the Pope, but call him back to his responsibilities to speak for the little guy rather than acting as spokesman for the globalist elites — who, by the way, are no fans of the Catholic faith.’

At Hogwarts, they equip young wizards and witches with magic wands, brooms and spells. At Trisulti, the weapons of choice for its young culture warriors remain a secret for now, as does the curriculum.

Italy’s Matteo Salvini joins Bannon’s European populist group

Italy’s Matteo Salvini joins Bannon’s European populist group

Matteo Salvini, Italy’s interior minister and populist leader, has met Steve Bannon and joined the anti-European establishment group, the Movement, founded by Donald Trump’s former chief strategist.

“He is in!” tweeted Mischaël Modrikamen, the Belgian politician and co-founder of the People’s party, who is also a member of Bannon’s group which unites Euroscepticand populist forces.

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Meeting this morning with Steve Bannon and Matteo Salvini. The Movement : He is in!

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According to Italian media, Bannon has suggested the upcoming European elections in 2019 could open the way for new populist movements to fight the influence of the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, and the French president, Emmanuel Macron.

The meeting in Rome on Friday follows recent talks between Salvini and the Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orbán, another leader of European populism who shares an anti-migration stance.

After their meeting, on 28 August, Salvini and Orbán claimed they were “walking down the same path” after discussing the formation of a common anti-migration front to oppose the policies of Macron.

Bannon is not new to European politics, being close to Nigel Farage, the former Ukip leader, who has credited him with boosting the successful British campaign to leave the EU. The former White House strategist, who is a Catholic with ties to conservatives in the Vatican, had travelled to Rome in March to support Salvini before the Italian elections. Salvini, the leader of the rightwing party the League, governs in coalition with the anti-establishment Five Star Movement.

On Wednesday, Bannon met another far-right Italian leader in Venice: Giorgia Meloni, the founder of the Brothers of Italy party who is close to Salvini and the former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi.

“Italy has become a laboratory of European populism,’’ said Massimiliano Panarari, a politics professor at Luiss School of Government in Rome.

“The country risks moving away not only from Europe, but also from western democracies.”

Stephen K. Bannon: Populism, Protectionism and Economic Nationalism’s Impact on the Markets

Stephen K. Bannon: Populism, Protectionism and Economic Nationalism’s Impact on the Markets

Former White House Chief Strategist Stephen K. Bannon sits down
with Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait to discuss the
growing support for populist and nationalist parties in Europe, and
the effect of this constituency on the continent’s financial markets,
economies and the future of globalisation.
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Business Wire: Western Journal Makes “Trump At War” Free Online

Business Wire: Western Journal Makes “Trump At War” Free Online

Thursday, Business Wire,

Trump @War in conjunction with its online distribution partner, The Western Journal, is pleased to announce that the full length HD feature film Trump @War is free and available to viewers worldwide at

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The Western Journal does great work and we are happy they are partnering with us,” stated Stephen K. Bannon. “It’s a film that every American, regardless of political belief, should watch. It’s a historic time for our country, and no one should be sitting on the sidelines during the upcoming elections.”

Directed by Bannon and produced by Dan Fleuette, Trump @War is a retelling of the most significant election campaign in modern U.S. history and a look forward to the high-stakes midterm election in November 2018, which will cement President Trump’s legacy.

“Steve Bannon and the team have done it again. This is the most riveting documentary film of 2018. We are honored to be part of the team making it possible for everyone worldwide to watch the film free of charge on any device,” said Patrick Brown, CEO of The Western Journal.

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The Atlantic: Hillary Clinton Demands Resistence Of Trump At Midterms

The Atlantic: Hillary Clinton Demands Resistence Of Trump At Midterms

The Atantic has published an article by former Presidential candidate, Hillary R. Clinton, who is calling for people to resist Trump at the Midterms.

From the Article:

“It’s been nearly two years since Donald Trump won enough Electoral College votes to become president of the United States. On the day after, in my concession speech, I said, “We owe him an open mind and the chance to lead.” I hoped that my fears for our future were overblown.

They were not.

In the roughly 21 months since he took the oath of office, Trump has sunk far below the already-low bar he set for himself in his ugly campaign. Exhibit A is the unspeakable cruelty that his administration has inflicted on undocumented families arriving at the border, including separating children, some as young as eight months, from their parents. According to The New York Times, the administration continues to detain 12,800 children right now, despite all the outcry and court orders. Then there’s the president’s monstrous neglect of Puerto Rico: After Hurricane Maria ravaged the island, his administration barely responded. Some 3,000 Americans died. Now Trump flatly denies those deaths were caused by the storm. And, of course, despite the recent indictments of several Russian military intelligence officers for hacking the Democratic National Committee in 2016, he continues to dismiss a serious attack on our country by a foreign power as a “hoax.”

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