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The Train has left the Station

What Trump and Bannon have started is a national recovery project. If Europe doesn't get together, will it remain on the platform and who will help them a third time when they have nothing left for Trump and Bannon contempt?
The Norwegian commentary makes Steve Bannon a question of taste and good tone. They have no idea what he stands for. Bannon and Trump are concerned with China. Without understanding the relationship between economy and national interests, a state will be subject to the power of the strongest.

As a small but exceptionally rich state, Norway should be concerned about Bannon and Trump's thoughts. Norway can also lose control of borders and population. Actually, it has been clear for a long time. Norway is totally dependent on the US remaining strong. No one else can protect us. But the US was becoming weak. It was going down and there was no natural development, as both presidents and experts predicted.

Bannon / Trump saw that the US had undergone what is called a "manufactured decline". The decommissioning of industrial workplaces exported to Mexico and China was a wild development. The large transnational companies became wealthy and they did not even pay taxes. They could skim the cream of both the most competent and cheap labor. As alibi, they allied themselves with the Democrats and both went in for open borders.

Bannon draws a parallel to the view of the Soviet Union in the 70s and 80s. At that time, it was an indisputable truth that the Soviet Union was an equal opponent who had to be softened by detente, relaxation policies. But when Ronald Reagan was elected, he brought along a couple of smart people who began to count on the Soviet economy and found that it was only half of what the CIA had estimated. It changed the whole math. Reagan started the refurbishment that led to the collapse of the Soviet Union. On the left, this is considered to have been immoral. It is somewhat doubtful that the United States wins.

Obama managed a US downturn and waived deterrence. We first understand the reach of now that Trump has reinstated the defense. The left wing, which has taken over the power of definition in Norway, considers American upgrading to be war-raising. They themselves manage without defense. This happens during a right-wing government.

Norway consistently chooses the wrong side in the Middle East and views on international organizations, multiculturalism, immigration and values. Norway can voluntarily be nationalized. This weakness is found throughout Western Europe. It runs out of sight of power and the rationality of power. Western Europe seems more willing to submit to Chinese power than American. Europe has become weak because it is unable to face Islam. Power-conscious states and ideologies get blood on their teeth when they face weakness.

Trump is at the completely opposite pole: he sees that deterrence is something that builds up over time. When you first make some strategic choices - financially and militarily - there is almost no limit to what the United States can do. Trump will sharpen the sanctions against Iran. Iran is a pill rotten, the combination of theocracy and corruption removes all legitimacy. Trump sees that he has the opportunity to overthrow the regime. It may well happen. The Bolsheviks sat for 70 years, the mullahs have made it into 50. It's not long.  A liberated Iran could revolutionize the Middle East.

Trump does not play "dialogue". He learns to use consummate facts as cards. Canada has been in conflict with China due to the Huawei arrest and appeals to the United States to help them. China refuses to take Canadian pig export and boycott meets with Canadians. When you first come up with the chins, you see what they are capable of. What Norway experienced.

This is what autocratic states do. The liberal elite tries to stick Trump to these states. It is their own weakness they demonstrate. Trump pulled the brake in the 11th hour. The United States was about to fall so deep that it would be impossible to rise. The United States was becoming a second-rate nation.

By: Hans Rustad 6. May 2019, 21:42

In Norway, there is no understanding of how big Trump has been. Bannon is a strategist who plays with the president. Trump and Bannon are no historical brackets. They have helped get the US back on track. It is Europe and the Democrats who have gone off the rails. The question is whether the voters have enough when deciding whether Trump will have four new years.

Norwegians have no party that meets their needs and safeguards their interests. They would also like to vote for Trump. National interests are not something you can take on and off like a shirt. It requires sustained effort from one generation to another. That dedication and loyalty is in short supply today.

                       Norway also needs a "Make Norway great again"

WHO and WHAT is behind it all ? : >

The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehavior acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.




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