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Bannon has a Hqs. there. It is in an old Castle he purchased with a million $ he got. 

 

Is the castle called Castle Wolfenstein?

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There are timers when he reminds me of Jack Nicholson's version of THE JOKER. He wears whatever face he thinks he needs to wear for today, but if you look closely, you'll see the joker lurking.
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Have noticed trump’s mannerisms, similarities, and now policies compared to hitler and mussolini ever since he had entered the campaign. And let’s also include the aspects of fear, division, and only he can fix all the problems...rather real or fabricated...sound like anyone?

Now for his people to attack the Pope is despicable. Similar to China going after the Dali Lama...try to discredit people who try to do some good in the world, and that others will follow thru their good works. I think that we could add MLK in the US to that list, or Nelson Mandala in S. Africa. 

If it walks like a dictator, talks like a dictator, it’s probably a wanna be dictator...trump!

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@ChasKy53 wrote:

@alferdpacker wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@gruffstuff wrote:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2019/08/09/pope-francis-again-warns-against-nationalism-says-re...

 

Pope Francis again warns against nationalism, says recent speeches sound like ‘Hitler in 1934’

 

 

Pope Francis called for a united Europe in an interview published by Italian daily La Stampa on Friday, saying recent political rhetoric has echoed that of Nazi Germany.

 

Pope Francis could readily cc that call of unity to America as Trump's rhetoric also follows that of Hitler's.


Yep - tRump continues to sound more and more like Hitler...

 

The WW2 era Spike Jones song - "right in the Feuhrer's face" is especially appropriate for Trump...

 

 


It's erie how closely trump's tactics resemble those of Hitler. Only a fool would not notice.


Not "only" a fool - there's those who share Donny Bonespurs hate filled racism and misogamy who applaud the resemblance with Hitler because they like the early results from "Wolfie's"  rule, and assume our Nukes will forestall the ignoble end of Der Fuhrer in the case of Der Trumper.

 

Allowing the Republicans to continue to steal elections with minority votes strengthens these wannabe Nazis and weakens Democracy. No more sitting out elections because the you cannot fall in love with the Democratic candidates - there is no Allied Cause that will save the United States from home grown Nazis as the Allies saved the World from the German variety.

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@alferdpacker wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@gruffstuff wrote:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2019/08/09/pope-francis-again-warns-against-nationalism-says-re...

 

Pope Francis again warns against nationalism, says recent speeches sound like ‘Hitler in 1934’

 

 

Pope Francis called for a united Europe in an interview published by Italian daily La Stampa on Friday, saying recent political rhetoric has echoed that of Nazi Germany.

 

Pope Francis could readily cc that call of unity to America as Trump's rhetoric also follows that of Hitler's.


Yep - tRump continues to sound more and more like Hitler...

 

The WW2 era Spike Jones song - "right in the Feuhrer's face" is especially appropriate for Trump...

 

 


It's erie how closely trump's tactics resemble those of Hitler. Only a fool would not notice.


"The only thing that man learns from history is that man learns nothing from history."
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@myexper wrote:

@gruffstuff wrote:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2019/08/09/pope-francis-again-warns-against-nationalism-says-re...

 

Pope Francis again warns against nationalism, says recent speeches sound like ‘Hitler in 1934’

 

 

Pope Francis called for a united Europe in an interview published by Italian daily La Stampa on Friday, saying recent political rhetoric has echoed that of Nazi Germany.

 

Pope Francis could readily cc that call of unity to America as Trump's rhetoric also follows that of Hitler's.


Yep - tRump continues to sound more and more like Hitler...

 

The WW2 era Spike Jones song - "right in the Feuhrer's face" is especially appropriate for Trump...

 

 

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@gruffstuff wrote:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2019/08/09/pope-francis-again-warns-against-nationalism-says-re...

 

Pope Francis again warns against nationalism, says recent speeches sound like ‘Hitler in 1934’

 

 

Pope Francis called for a united Europe in an interview published by Italian daily La Stampa on Friday, saying recent political rhetoric has echoed that of Nazi Germany.

 

Pope Francis could readily cc that call of unity to America as Trump's rhetoric also follows that of Hitler's.

DUMP TRUMP AND DITCH MITCH TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!
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@gruffstuff wrote:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2019/08/09/pope-francis-again-warns-against-nationalism-says-re...

 

Pope Francis again warns against nationalism, says recent speeches sound like ‘Hitler in 1934’

 

 

Pope Francis called for a united Europe in an interview published by Italian daily La Stampa on Friday, saying recent political rhetoric has echoed that of Nazi Germany.

 

“I am concerned because we hear speeches that resemble those of Hitler in 1934,” he said. “ 'Us first. We … We … ’ These are frightening thoughts.”

 

It is not the first time the pontiff has made such remarks, but his comments published Friday came as Italy’s populist government appeared to be on the verge of collapse.

 

On Thursday, Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini, the most powerful politician in Italy, called for parliament to be dissolved and asked President Sergio Mattarella to order snap elections that could make Italy’s government lean even further right.

 

Mattarella has not yet signaled whether he will follow through on the call, which came after 14 months of disputes within Italy’s coalition government. Tensions escalated this week after disagreement over plans for a high-speed rail.

 

As leader of the League party, Salvini, who also serves as interior minister, has hammered home rhetoric that has drawn comparisons to that of President Trump, calling for Italians to put Italy first and launching a crackdown on immigration.

 

He has banned migrant rescue ships from docking in Italy and shut down a migrant center in Sicily that was once one of the largest in Europe. Earlier this year, Salvini accused the captain of a humanitarian rescue ship carrying migrants of “an act of war” after her ship hit a police boat by the pier.

 

And on a visit to Washington in June, Salvini said that “Italy wants to be the most solid, effective, coherent and credible partner for the U.S.”

 

In the interview Friday, Francis called for migrants to be integrated into society and said nationalism is an “attitude of isolation."

 

He has repeatedly expressed concern over what he sees as a rising tide of populism.

In January 2017, in response to a question about populism, Francis told Spain’s El Pais that before World War II, there was “a people who were immersed in a crisis, who were searching for their identity until this charismatic leader came and promised to give their identity back, and he gave them a distorted identity, and we all know what happened."

 

The same year, Francis said that “nationalist agendas risk thwarting the courageous dreams of the founders of Europe."

 

But if he’s now trying to appeal to Salvini, his calls may not find a receptive audience. Salvini has openly criticized the pope, tweeting in 2016: “The pope says migrants are not a danger. Whatever!”


Keep in mind Steve Bannon has been working in this area for some time now. Italy moved far right sometime ago. Trump type people run it now, and Trump supports them. One of Bannon goals is to overthrow the Pope because the Pope as is shown in your support article will not support a Dictatorship. Bannon has a Hqs. there. It is in an old Castle he purchased with a million $ he got. This is all tied in to the Trump backers here, and supported by Russia. Our gift to Italy.

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2019/08/09/pope-francis-again-warns-against-nationalism-says-re...

 

Pope Francis again warns against nationalism, says recent speeches sound like ‘Hitler in 1934’

 

 

Pope Francis called for a united Europe in an interview published by Italian daily La Stampa on Friday, saying recent political rhetoric has echoed that of Nazi Germany.

 

“I am concerned because we hear speeches that resemble those of Hitler in 1934,” he said. “ 'Us first. We … We … ’ These are frightening thoughts.”

 

It is not the first time the pontiff has made such remarks, but his comments published Friday came as Italy’s populist government appeared to be on the verge of collapse.

 

On Thursday, Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini, the most powerful politician in Italy, called for parliament to be dissolved and asked President Sergio Mattarella to order snap elections that could make Italy’s government lean even further right.

 

Mattarella has not yet signaled whether he will follow through on the call, which came after 14 months of disputes within Italy’s coalition government. Tensions escalated this week after disagreement over plans for a high-speed rail.

 

As leader of the League party, Salvini, who also serves as interior minister, has hammered home rhetoric that has drawn comparisons to that of President Trump, calling for Italians to put Italy first and launching a crackdown on immigration.

 

He has banned migrant rescue ships from docking in Italy and shut down a migrant center in Sicily that was once one of the largest in Europe. Earlier this year, Salvini accused the captain of a humanitarian rescue ship carrying migrants of “an act of war” after her ship hit a police boat by the pier.

 

And on a visit to Washington in June, Salvini said that “Italy wants to be the most solid, effective, coherent and credible partner for the U.S.”

 

In the interview Friday, Francis called for migrants to be integrated into society and said nationalism is an “attitude of isolation."

 

He has repeatedly expressed concern over what he sees as a rising tide of populism.

In January 2017, in response to a question about populism, Francis told Spain’s El Pais that before World War II, there was “a people who were immersed in a crisis, who were searching for their identity until this charismatic leader came and promised to give their identity back, and he gave them a distorted identity, and we all know what happened."

 

The same year, Francis said that “nationalist agendas risk thwarting the courageous dreams of the founders of Europe."

 

But if he’s now trying to appeal to Salvini, his calls may not find a receptive audience. Salvini has openly criticized the pope, tweeting in 2016: “The pope says migrants are not a danger. Whatever!”

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