ぼやかせていただいております。

I’m working harder than I’ve ever worked, but I’m getting less benefits

2017年01月30日 21時47分49秒 | Weblog
Kazuto Suzuki
‏@KS_1013



何かと話題の大統領顧問のバノンが欧州の極右政党との集まりでの演説のスクリプト。かなり長いが彼の考え方がよくわかる。宗教保守、国家権力を信奉しながら国家を破壊する衝動、反エスタブ、人種差別主義。絶対に友達になれないタイプ。


さらっと読んだが、どうかな。






The central thing that binds that all together is a center-right populist movement of really the middle class, the working men and women in the world who are just tired of being dictated to by what we call the party of Davos. A group of kind of — we’re not conspiracy-theory guys, but there’s certainly — and I could see this when I worked at Goldman Sachs — there are people in New York that feel closer to people in London and in Berlin than they do to people in Kansas and in Colorado, and they have more of this elite mentality that they’re going to dictate to everybody how the world’s going to be run.
I will tell you that the working men and women of Europe and Asia and the United States and Latin America don’t believe that. They believe they know what’s best for how they will comport their lives. They think they know best about how to raise their families and how to educate their families. So I think you’re seeing a global reaction to centralized government, whether that government is in Beijing or that government is in Washington, DC, or that government is in Brussels. So we are the platform for the voice of that.


The tea party in the United States’ biggest fight is with the the Republican establishment, which is really a collection of crony capitalists that feel that they have a different set of rules of how they’re going to comport themselves and how they’re going to run things.


On the social conservative side, we’re the voice of the anti-abortion movement, the voice of the traditional marriage movement, and I can tell you we’re winning victory after victory after victory.



And you’re seeing that whether that was UKIP and Nigel Farage in the United Kingdom, whether it’s these groups in the Low Countries in Europe, whether it’s in France, there’s a new tea party in Germany. The theme is all the same. And the theme is middle-class and working-class people — they’re saying, “Hey, I’m working harder than I’ve ever worked. I’m getting less benefits than I’m ever getting through this, I’m incurring less wealth myself, and I’m seeing a system of fat cats who say they’re conservative and say they back capitalist principles, but all they’re doing is binding with corporatists.” Right? Corporatists, to garner all the benefits for themselves.



And the tea party is using this as an example of the cronyism. General Electric and these major corporations that are in bed with the federal government are not what we’d consider free-enterprise capitalists. We’re backers of entrepreneurial capitalists. They’re not. They’re what we call corporatist. They want to have more and more monopolistic power and they’re doing that kind of convergence with big government.



And one of the reasons is that we’ve never really gone and dug down and sorted through the problems of 2008. Particularly the fact — think about it — not one criminal charge has ever been brought to any bank executive associated with 2008 crisis. And in fact, it gets worse. No bonuses and none of their equity was taken.


Bannon: One of the reasons that you can understand how they’re being fueled is that they’re not seeing the benefits of capitalism

And that all trickles down to the man in the street. If you look at people’s lives, and particularly millennials, look at people under 30 — people under 30, there’s 50% really under employment of people in the United States, which is probably the most advanced economy in the West, and it gets worse in Europe.


Bannon: I think one is about responsibility. For Christians, and particularly for those who believe in the underpinnings of the Judeo-Christian West, I don’t believe that we should have a bailout. I think the bailouts in 2008 were wrong. And I think, you look in hindsight, it was a lot of misinformation that was presented about the bailouts of the banks in the West.


And it’s specifically because those bailouts were completely and totally unfair. It didn’t make those financial institutions any stronger, and it bailed out a bunch of people — by the way, and these are people that have all gone to Yale, and Harvard, they went to the finest institutions in the West. They should have known better.


Bannon: It’s a great question. I certainly think secularism has sapped the strength of the Judeo-Christian West to defend its ideals, right?



I’m not an expert in this, but it seems that they have had some aspects that may be anti-Semitic or racial. By the way, even in the tea party, we have a broad movement like this, and we’ve been criticized, and they try to make the tea party as being racist, etc., which it’s not. But there’s always elements who turn up at these things, whether it’s militia guys or whatever. Some that are fringe organizations. My point is that over time it all gets kind of washed out, right? People understand what pulls them together, and the people on the margins I think get marginalized more and more.


I’m not justifying Vladimir Putin and the kleptocracy that he represents, because he eventually is the state capitalist of kleptocracy. However, we the Judeo-Christian West really have to look at what he’s talking about as far as traditionalism goes — particularly the sense of where it supports the underpinnings of nationalism — and I happen to think that the individual sovereignty of a country is a good thing and a strong thing. I think strong countries and strong nationalist movements in countries make strong neighbors, and that is really the building blocks that built Western Europe and the United States, and I think it’s what can see us forward.


I think that Putin and his cronies are really a kleptocracy, that are really an imperialist power that want to expand.



I believe you should take a very, very, very aggressive stance against radical Islam.


If you look back at the long history of the Judeo-Christian West struggle against Islam, I believe that our forefathers kept their stance, and I think they did the right thing.




 ユダヤキリスト教の伝統を守りたい。
反エリート
 資本主義は支持するが、反縁故資本主義
 政府と癒着した大企業に批判的
 反中央政府、地域(の伝統)に根づいたやり方の支持
 大企業の貪欲さの犠牲になっている大衆、労働者には同情的
反中絶、伝統的家族観を支持
 人種差別には反対。

ーーーもちろん、リベラルじゃないんだけど、思想が過激か、というとそれほどでもない。

  ユダヤキリスト教的思想というのは、西洋のリベラルは気づかないかもしれないが、リベラルでも、その影響を強く受けている。

  ただ、反中絶、伝統的家族を支持という点では、アメリカのキリスト教的影響は強い。
 
  大きな中央政府に反対する点ではリバタリアン、地域の伝統・意志を尊重する点ではコミニタリアンなのかな。

   大企業が、彼の反エリート主義の匂いをかぎつけて、トランプーバノン政権の反対にまわるかもしれないね。

 
 





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