‘More wars in the pipeline: Bannon exit bodes ill for US aggression opponents’


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‘More wars in the pipeline: Bannon exit bodes ill for US aggression opponents’

With the firing of anti-globalist Steve Bannon, neo-conservatives and hawks may take complete control of US foreign policy, says investigative journalist Rick Sterling, adding that it’s not a good sign when hawkish Senator John McCain is smiling.

US President Donald Trump’s chief strategist, Steve Bannon – viewed as a key figure in Team Trump – has left the White House.

After the firing, Bannon, 63, resumed his role as head of conservative website Breitbart News, and announced that he was “going to war” for Trump.

“If there’s any confusion out there, let me clear it up: I’m leaving the White House and going to war for Trump against his opponents – on Capitol Hill, in the media, and in corporate America,” he told Bloomberg News Friday.

The departure is just the latest in a series of shake-ups since Trump took office.

What will Bannon’s firing mean for the Trump administration and how it could affect policymaking? RT discussed with investigative journalist Rick Sterling.

“Bannon was an anti-globalist strongly opposed by hawkish senators like John McCain… While liberals and neo-conservatives may be cheering, it may bode ill for those who oppose US aggression and think the US should not be the world’s policeman,” he said.

The now-former White House chief strategist was in favor of a trade war with China and “ratcheting up economic contention,” but he was against conflict with North Korea, Sterling said.

Just a couple of days before his exit, Bannon said in an interview that there is no military solution to the North Korean problem. The comment was rebuffed by both Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis.

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Bannon’s stance was also in “sharp contrast with National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster, who said that North Korea poses a direct military threat,” Sterling said. “The very dangerous thing right now is that neo-conservatives and the hawks take complete control of US foreign policy… we are going to see a lot more war coming down the pipeline.”

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) reacted to the decision by saying in a statement: “there is one less white supremacist in the White House.”

Commenting on the matter, Sterling opined that “they’ve manipulated the situation where Breitbart and Steve Bannon were allied with right-wing nationalist forces within the US.”

Ironically, he went on to say, “these forces are much more resistant to US wars of aggression.”

“So, we’ve got key issues coming up now. In the coming period, we’re going to have decisions on whether the US is going to escalate the troop involvement and the intervention in Afghanistan; we’ve got the situation with North Korea; the situation with Syria is coming to a head. Steve Bannon, as an anti-globalist, was arguing against the US escalating military intervention and now the situation seems to be controlled by the generals in the White House, and it’s not a good sign when hawkish Senator John McCain is smiling and very happy,” Sterling said.

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2 Responses to "‘More wars in the pipeline: Bannon exit bodes ill for US aggression opponents’"

  1. David Odell  August 20, 2017 at 7:24 pm

    They had to bring up signs. Here’s a sign. A guy named “Moon” stood up to the podium and declared there will be no war. 15,000 to 100 in Boston in favor of equality amongst people everywhere. Another destroyer rammed by another cargo ship. Roger Waters making a historic tour and round of interviews (check the video’s, dude is a warrior). Stepsons put down the weed and did a hard days work and loved it. A woman with the same last name as comedian Bill Hicks, and musician Dan Hicks (and the hot licks), is the communications director. The NAACP rallies for Colin Kapernick and NY cops too. And,.. I found this today,… Trump satire Video. – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiPKV4sGK64 -Donald Trump, In the Flesh, Live from The Wall (Pink Floyd, The Wall Parody) Trump is going to find humility or leave. That is what the tea leaves and the alligator spleen says today. I for one, hope he finds said humility and yet reserves his bombastic artistry to do what he is actually capable of. Being the best catalyst in the history of the world. Go Donald Go !!!

    • David Odell  August 20, 2017 at 7:58 pm

      And there’s this jewel, recommended by Esther Ginn (real name) youtube PINK FLOYD: “Brain Damage” (As in Donald Lunatic Trump) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACyPk__hGEs 6 minutes and 22 seconds of art the way Thomas Nast would be proud of. There is nobody to thank however, other than Donald himself. The results are the cream, and the sight is the Scream. I’m not sure if the internet knew it, but , something very interesting is about to emerge.

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