Steve Bannon is a parasite who has tried to associate himself with the nationalist and populist movements in Europe which he unsuccessfully attempted to hijack and steer down the same conservative Zionist drain that he has here in the United States.
In Europe, Bannon’s master plan was to unite all the European nationalist parties underneath Mischael Modrikamen, an obscure Belgian Jew who is the leader of a small party, who is known only for his fight against anti-Semitism and support for Israel. The goal was to coopt the nationalist movements so that Bannon could play gatekeeper of Europe and marginalize ethnonationalists and anti-Semites for the Jewish billionaires who support him. This is what he did with the MAGA movement in the United States. The plan went nowhere and Bannon was shunned all over Europe and was evicted from that Italian monastery.
In 2015 and 2016, we were duped by Steve Bannon. We naively thought that he was our guy in the White House. We continued to believe that through most of 2017 and even past Charlottesville because Steve Bannon kept his mouth shut while he was working for the Trump administration. After Bannon was dumped from Breitbart in early 2018, we learned a lot more about the real Steve Bannon especially after seeing what he was plainly trying to do in Europe. In retrospect, it painted his activities here in the United States and the MAGA movement in a whole new light. The goal all along had not been to promote an authentic National Populist movement like in Europe, but to hijack the one that already existed, steer it into conservatism and discredit it.
The MAGA movement hijacked nationalism and populism and used it for the ends of normalizing homosexuality on the Right (Steve Bannon used MILO to accomplish this), passing a huge corporate tax cut and empowering militant Zionists who otherwise lacked a mandate. In the fourth year of the Trump presidency, we have been left worse off than before Trump became president. The “alt-right” is now synonymous with Donald Trump and his failures even though it has been largely eradicated on social media and was dropped literally the day after the 2016 election.