July 22, 2018
The ultimate battle. We will finally know: which is the best life extending drug, goy foreskins or straight whiskey?
At the end of time, the very heavens will tremble as two armies prepare for a final clash. One side will be led by George Soros, the living avatar of the demon-god Yahweh/Moloch, his will made flesh. He will lead an army of demonic beast-men, driven to extinguish all light from this world.
The only thing standing between them and our total annihilation will be Steve Bannon, who will acquire super-human powers after switching from whiskey to vodka. Leading an army of European patriots, he will end the dark lord’s evil ambitions.
Well, this is what I’m hoping will happen.
Steve Bannon plans to go toe-to-toe with George Soros and spark a right-wing revolution in Europe.
Trump’s former White House chief advisor told The Daily Beast that he is setting up a foundation 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.
The non-profit will be a central source of polling, advice on messaging, data targeting, and think-tank research for a ragtag band of right-wingers who are surging all over Europe, in many cases without professional political structures or significant budgets.
Bannon’s ambition is for his organization ultimately to rival the impact of Soros’s Open Society, which has given away $32 billion to largely liberal causes since it was established in 1984.
Soros has a huge influence on European politics through his various NGOs.
The rise of a central, opposing force is certainly good news.
Over the past year, Bannon has held talks with right-wing groups across the continent from Nigel Farage and members of Marine Le Pen’s Front National (recently renamed Rassemblement National) in the West, to Hungary’s Viktor Orban and the Polish populists in the East.
He envisions a right-wing “supergroup” within the European Parliament that could attract as many as a third of the lawmakers after next May’s Europe-wide elections. A united populist bloc of that size would have the ability to seriously disrupt parliamentary proceedings, potentially granting Bannon huge power within the populist movement.
After being forced out of the White House following internal wranglings that would later surface in the book Fire and Fury, Bannon is now reveling in the opportunity to plot his new European empire. “I’d rather reign in hell, than serve in heaven,” he said, paraphrasing John Milton’s Satan in Paradise Lost.
Those are some well-chosen words. Europe is definitely a hellish landscape of abject cultural Marxism and brown invaders.
Maybe that was Merkel’s idea all along…
The Movement’s headquarters are expected to be located in Brussels, Belgium, where they will start hiring staff in coming months. It is expected that there will be fewer than 10 full-time staff ahead of the 2019 elections, with a polling expert, a communications person, an office manager and a researcher among the positions. The plan is to ramp that up to more like 25 people post-2019 if the project has been a success.
I hope he hires someone to watch over him to ensure he doesn’t fall back into his whiskey habit.
Though to be honest, he’s looking a lot better now than he did while he was in the Trump administration.
This was just after the Putin meeting.
I can only wish him luck with this project. God knows the yuropoors need it bad. If we can get Salvini-tier leaders elected in a few more European countries, we’ll be able to get this space empire kick-started.