Steve Bannon To Drive ‘STAKE through the VAMPIRE’ of EU with Election Plan
Bannon to promote populist parties competing in the European Parliament elections
Steve Bannon has revealed he is attempting to turn next year’s European elections into a ”referendum on the EU” as he supports populist groups throughout Europe.
Bannon, who was the brainchild behind Donald Trump’s historic presidential campaign, emphasized his belief that there will be chaos as right-wing and populist groups proceed to increase throughout the EU.
“It will be like the intensity of Brexit which came over like a summer storm," Bannon explained.
Bannon is planning to promote populist parties competing in the European Parliament elections next year
“If I drive the stake through the vampire, the whole thing will start to dissipate.”
The former Trump strategist said he was expecting to convert the May 2019 elections into “a continent-wide referendum on the EU.”
Soon after Bannon departed the White House, he embarked on a European operation called the Movement.
Based in the EU capital Brussels, the organization will provide polling data and analytics to right-wing parties, even helping them choose a candidate.
Mr. Bannon said: “Remember ‘Bannon’s theorem.’
“You put a reasonable face on rightwing populism; you get elected.”
The former White House advisor is seeking to create a “supergroup” in the European Parliament.
The group would combine ultra-right wing and Eurosceptic forces in countries like Sweden, Austria, Italy, Hungary, Belgium, Poland, and Germany.
Despite a few setbacks, Bannon was still able to gather attention and exposure for the Movement
Steve Bannon was recently smuggled into the Oxford Union talk by British police to avoid angry liberal protesters.
He spoke at the Oxford Union as some 1,000 protesters clashed with police on the campus.