...if J. Edgar Hoover had banned the use of the word "Klansman" when the FBI was trying to take down the Klan. Yet this administration has banned the use of the words like "radical Islamic terrorism" and "Sharia" while ostensibly trying to "degrade and destroy" the Islamists.
Sharia is un-American and un-Constitutional: it teaches Muslim Supremacism and the forcible subjugation of lesser citizens. The Klan is a toothless relic thanks to Jeff Sessions and others, but the Left will not focus on the true source of today's supremacist threat: Radical Islam and its sympathizers. The Left and the Turncoat Uniparty prefer to smear conservatives instead.
David Goldman, aka Spengler: Why the Big Lie About Steve Bannon?
"I know Steve Bannon, and have had several long discussions with him about politics. Steve is fervently pro-Israel, and it is utterly ridiculous to suggest that he is anti-Semitic.
Other observant Jews who know Bannon -- for example, Joel Pollak -- attest to his support for Israel and his friendship for the Jewish people.
We have learned from the sewage-storm directed at Bannon that the Establishment plays dirty, and that the formerly Republican #NeverTrumpers aren't just misguided ideologues, but also yellow-bellied, gutter-crawling, backstabbing, bushwhacking liars. Hell hath no fury like a self-designated elite scorned.
They hate Steve Bannon because he beat them, fair and square, on the battlefield of social media. He is the president-elect's most effective general. Trump's enemies can't reverse the results of a national election, but they can try to cut the incoming president off from his popular base.
...National Review, who complains that "in May, Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol was labeled a 'Renegade Jew.'" He was, indeed -- but by another Jew, David Horowitz. Horowitz argued that Kristol had betrayed Jewish interests by trying to torpedo Trump...Tuttle knows this. But Tuttle chose to twist Horowitz's headline into its opposite.
The charges against Steve Bannon are a tissue of lies without a modicum of merit.".......
Q: Why the Big Lie?
A: Because they are Big Liars. It's all they've got. And that's fine with former naval officer, Goldman-Sachs exec, Hollywood wheel, successful publisher and winning presidential strategist Steve Bannon:
"To say that he sees this donor class — which in his telling is also "ascendant America," e.g. the elites, as well as "the metrosexual bubble"...— as a world apart, is an understatement. In his view, there's hardly a connection between this world and its opposite — fly-over America, left-behind America, downwardly mobile America — hardly a common language. This is partly why he regards the liberal characterization of himself as socially vile, as the politically incorrect devil incarnate, as laughable — and why he is stoutly unapologetic. They — liberals and media — don't understand what he is saying, or why, or to whom. Breitbart, with its casual provocations — lists of its varied incitements (among them: the conservative writer David Horowitz referred to conservative pundit Brill Kristol as a "renegade Jew," and the site delighting in headlines the likes of "Trannies 49Xs Higher HIV Rate" and "Birth Control Makes Women Unattractive and Crazy") were in hot exchange after the election among appalled Democrats — is as opaque to the liberal-donor-globalist class as Lena Dunham might be to the out-of-work workingman class. And this, in the Bannon view, is all part of the profound misunderstanding that led liberals to believe that Donald Trump's mouth would doom him, instead of elect him.
Bannon, arguably, is one of the people most at the battle line of the great American divide — and one of the people to have most clearly seen it.
He absolutely — mockingly — rejects the idea that this is a racial line. "I'm not a white nationalist, I'm a nationalist. I'm an economic nationalist," he tells me. "The globalists gutted the American working class and created a middle class in Asia. The issue now is about Americans looking to not get f—ed over. If we deliver" — by "we" he means the Trump White House — "we'll get 60 percent of the white vote, and 40 percent of the black and Hispanic vote and we'll govern for 50 years. That's what the Democrats missed. They were talking to these people with companies with a $9 billion market cap employing nine people. It's not reality. They lost sight of what the world is about."
In a nascent administration that seems, at best, random in its beliefs, Bannon can seem to be not just a focused voice, but almost a messianic one:
"Like [Andrew] Jackson's populism, we're going to build an entirely new political movement," he says. "It's everything related to jobs. The conservatives are going to go crazy. I'm the guy pushing a trillion-dollar infrastructure plan. With negative interest rates throughout the world, it's the greatest opportunity to rebuild everything. Ship yards, iron works, get them all jacked up. We're just going to throw it up against the wall and see if it sticks. It will be as exciting as the 1930s, greater than the Reagan revolution — conservatives, plus populists, in an economic nationalist movement." .......
If you think that's a racist, well, that means we've wiped out racism--because you have no clue what a real racist is. There are indeed supremacists targeting us--but you won't pull your heads out of your ascots because of your debilitating and suicidal political correctness.
So the louder you shout, the less you are heard.
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