Friday, November 18, 2016

Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and Strauss and Howe

A very important new post appears here.

 New readers who have been brought to this page from time.com might like to take a look at the posts of July 5, 2010 and December 4, 2015, which to some extent anticipated the events that have now taken place.

Subsequent to posting this I became aware of this appearance by Bannon just two years ago, which confirms that he anticipates a huge and violent conflict between Islam and the West parallel to those of the 8th and 17th centuries (and many times in between.).

4 comments:

ed boyle said...

I hope you're right about a lack of a big external war. My take on this is that countries are turning inward against the postwar ideology of openness. Civil wars between left and right in all western countries, similar to what is now happening, is likely to comtinue, basically a majority backlash against foreigners and post traditionall ideology, favoring decadence of all sorts and elite controls over media and economic/military. When this is over a new consensus will have emerged.

Randi said...

I've been telling people about Strauss/Howe since The Fourth Turning came out. This week some of those friends came back and acknowledged the validity of the information. They are shell-shocked.

FYI: I think we have a military coup.

Virtually every adult is under threat although some don’t realize it. The Trump people will do something that will be the last straw for California. The legislature meets to discuss secession; Oregon, Washington, New York and New England will start the next day.

At 4:01pm on the Friday of a 3-day weekend the Pentagon will take over. It will be the exact same way the feds take over a bank that is failing: a very busy weekend and by the next weekday everything is back to something normal.

Of course, this is all based on the new President/staff not starting WW3 first. I’m not sure how to bet.

Randi said...

BTW: calculating the time between big show-stopping event is neither a theory nor a prediction: it's mathematics.

I think one of the reasons so many people cringe at this information is that it gets labeled a theory.

Bozon said...

Professor

What a presentation at the Vatican!
Thanks so much for this link.

I am not a Bannon Breitbart or Tea Party Fan, but they are certainly trading on some thing I have seen as well, although they think they are of much more recent origin.

At bottom, my views are very different.

His espousal of entrepreneurial capitalism, and a golbal middle class, are both areas, among others, in which our ways part radically.

As an aside, I do not see Bannon's crisis as related to S & H.

All the best