First, everyone should view this Steve Bannon Oxford Union debate.
It’s an hour long and, while I rarely watch hour long YouTube videos, this one is worth while.
He gives a talk about his European sessions with new “right wing” leaders like Viktor Orban, the Hungarian Prime Minister.
Viktor Mihály Orbán is a Hungarian politician serving as Prime Minister of Hungary since 2010. He also served as prime minister from 1998 to 2002. He is the present leader of the national conservative Fidesz party, a post he has held since 2003 and, previously, from 1993 to 2000.
Orban is hated by the globalists in Germany because he has built walls to keep put “migrants,” which he says his county cannot support.
Orbán’s social conservatism, national conservatism, soft Euroscepticism and advocacy of what he describes as an “illiberal state” have attracted significant international attention. Some observers have described his government as authoritarian or autocratic.
In August 2018, Orbán became the 2nd longest-serving prime minister after Kálmán Tisza. If his current government lasts a full term, upon its completion, he will become the longest-serving Hungarian prime minister in history.
He also talks about the Italian election and the leaders Salvini, the conservative and Di Maio, the leftist party “Five Stars” leader were able to come together as a coalition. Both are populists. That is his point.
Bannon also has an excellent interview with Euroweek news.
Again it is mostly about Trump. Also he tries to define “Populism” and talks about the “Davos Elite.”
Several topics in the Oxford Union discussion came up, especially what will happen in 2020. He makes several good points about the midterm election. He says that Democrats out worked Republicans and that the turnout was what would be expected in a presidential election. He expresses interest in Beto O’Rourke, who lost the election in Texas to Ted Cruz. He points out that Lincoln lost the 1858 Senate election to Douglas, then was elected president two years later. He suggests that the 2020 election will be affected by a plan for Mike Bloomberg to spend $100 million on opposition to Trump. He thinks that it may well be a three way race. Bill Clinton was elected in a three way race in which he got 42% of the vote.
In the Euronews interview, the “moderator” keeps debating him. Bannon corrects him constantly.
In both discussions, the populism equals Fascism kept coming up.