Thursday, November 17, 2016

Trump Advisor's Strategy Aligns With India

Trump's chief strategic advisor Steve Bannon has described the election of Narendra Modi as part of the "global revolt"

Mr. Bannon’s politics involves rescuing capitalism from corporations and State power while creating a coalition of nationalist forces around the world to fight Islamism in the coming decades.
“And that centre-right revolt is really a global revolt. I think you’re going to see it in Latin America, I think you’re going to see it in Asia, I think you’ve already seen it in India. Modi’s great victory was very much based on these Reaganesque principles, so I think this is a global revolt,” he said a month after the 2014 Indian election.
Echoing a view now strong among Trump advisers that America, India and Russia are the pivots in the fight against Islamism, Mr. Bannon said: “We understand that we’re at the very beginning stages of a global conflict, and if we do not bind together as partners with others in other countries that this conflict is only going to metastasise.”
I think we've discussed similar ideas on this blog, in connection with the phrase coined by the late Narasimha Rao: "The Aurangzeb Principle". By coordinating together, we can put Aurangzeb under seige.
Bannon isn't some idiot who fell off the turnip truck - he's a former US Naval Intelligence officer, and a graduate of both Harvard and Georgetown universities who's founded multiple media companies.

Mounting panic attack among Deep State over Trump foreign policy:

Even while continuing to plan the formation of his incoming govt, Trump took time out to meet with Indian business partners:

Meanwhile, the outgoing President Obama is setting up Award Wapsi opportunities against the future incoming president:

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