The primary job of the MSM is to help maintain the global hegemony of their masters – the thirteen Jesuit families – over the proletariat or the great unwashed masses.
Routinely, the success of the MSM’s psychological operations relies on two primary elements: strategically targeted mob coercion and psychological manipulation at the hands of fabricated but influential cults of personality.
In terms of the latter, cults of personality don’t get much more influential among the demographic they’re targeted towards or, for that matter, more animatedly colorful than Stephen Bannon.
After all, the degree of public influence exerted by such fabricated character schemes is often directly proportional to the skill of the actor portraying them.
Turns out, in the case of “Steve Bannon”, deeper investigation reveals the man behind the mask of his public characterization is portrayed by a highly skilled and veteran Hollywood actor, a hidden intelligence asset of the Jesuit controlled CIA and one well-familiar to the American general public.
How do we know for certain “Steve Bannon” is an intelligence asset and psychological operations specialist?
Because, for one, the CIA/Jesuit-trained cubicle ridden desk jockeys composing the “official” biographies which appear at Wikipedia have admitted as much.
In fact, not only does Wikipedia admit “Steve Bannon” once sat on the board of directors at Cambridge Analytica, a company which used psychological profile targeting – “the practice of extracting people’s psychological profiles from their digital footprints (e.g. their Facebook Likes, Tweets or credit card records) in order to influence their attitudes, emotions or behaviors through psychologically informed interventions at scale,” informs Wikipedia – to influence and ultimately control the direction of public discourse and political perception and opinion, but, Wikipedia also informs, the Hollywood actor identified as his host actor (live-action role player) is “a member of the Council on Foreign Relations”, a Jesuit-controlled think tank specializing in U.S. foreign policy and international relations.