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Steve Bannon Is Rebuilding His Populist Empire, And Brazil Is His Next Frontier

Bannon has developed a relationship with strongman Jair Bolsonaro’s son that will give him serious sway in Brazil

Political strategist Steve Bannon was thrown to the wolves by President Donald Trump, being accused of disloyalty for his increasingly cozy relationship with the mainstream media.

“There’s no glamour to the job,” said Bannon, who served as the White House’s chief strategist, in a recent documentary. “I hated every second I was there. The West Wing has bad karma to it. They say, ‘Because you were doing bad stuff!’ But I was doing the Lord’s work.”

Bannon will no longer be able to do “the Lord’s work” in Trump’s administration where he is persona non grata, but he is intent upon rebuilding his empire nevertheless. His organization, The Movement, is meant to unite the right throughout the world where populism takes off amidst the complete implosion of corporate globalism.

The latest individual to join The Movement is Jair Bolsonaro’s son, Eduardo. He will be the leader of Bannon’s group in Brazil.

“I’m very proud to join Steve Bannon as the leader of The Movement in Brazil, representing Latin American nations,” Eduardo Bolsonaro said in a public statement released by the organization.

Bolsonaro’s father Jair came into power only a month ago, becoming the duly elected President of Brazil. His mandate is to clean up the streets, crush cultural Marxism, restore traditional values, and put the globalists on notice. He intends to deliver on his mandate, and his son’s association with Bannon may strengthen his grip on power as he combats leftists desperate to undermine him.

“The Movement is honored to welcome Eduardo Bolsanaro as a distinguished partner, and Brazil, a key ally in South America,” Bannon said.

“With the addition of Eduardo, The Movement is expanding beyond Europe to our friends in South America,” said Belgian lawyer Mischaël Modrikamen who helps administrate The Movement alongside Bannon. “Eventually, we hope to reach citizens in all nations who feel abandoned by the globalist world order and want their governments to re-assert sovereignty.”

Rumors of Bannon’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. Expect the media icon to continue exerting his influence fighting globalism throughout the world long after Donald Trump’s Presidency has come and gone.

Written by Shane Trejo

Shane Trejo is a contributing editor to The Schpiel.


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