Abby Martin's Take On Bannon Is Interesting For Substance And For It's Depiction Of How Declared The Division Has Become

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Abby Martin's Take On Bannon Is Interesting For Substance And For It's Depiction Of How Declared The Division Has Become

 

 

 

I have been recently fascinated by the lack of substantive analysis of the Bannon factor in the Trump effect. We hear superficial namecalling of course and silly indictments that Bannon Is a puppet master, but I've seen little to none of any balanced insight. Only partisan pablum.

 

 "Empire Files: Abby Martin Exposes Steve Bannon" --

 

https://youtu.be/HelSaMSy8HY

 

I hoped for more depth from Abby. I mean, come on. There is so much just glaring on the surface of this influential player's pedigree:  Navy ... ends up in Pentagon; Goldman ... not just career, but family history and investment backers; Hollywood ... ; come on !! Rise to fame and control after founder colleage Andrew Brietbart is assassinated ( a conspicuously convenient conspiracy which he seems none too intimidated by, nor concerned with exposing. Hmmm ... qui bono? ). There's a ton to be dug up here, I'm sure. Yet all Abby does is scratch the surface. The catty liberal griping that he's had a bout with 911 domestic violence gender smear did nothing but enhance confidence in his unlikely anti-establishment bonefides in my book.

 

I ended up finding remarkable just how deep this cultural polemic divide is becoming when so much of Abby's "Empire" File was single file aligned in her own March to the drumming of nuevo leftist/righteousness whiny paradigmatic blather. This was telling. In fact, that was the crux of the impression I was left with. -- That's the new paradigm:  Less in depth inquiry into the Who, What, Where, When, How, Why and Wherefore of Empire.  Rather we will be TOLD imperiously how to file along increasingly sharp identity divisions.

 

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