Is the czar of all things anti-Semitic and white nationalist in the Trump administration Ashkenazy himself?
On the face of it, Steve Bannon sounds like an Anglo-Saxon name.
But this is the matrix and nothing is as it seems.
So I dug.
And I came up with this:
English surname used as a (mostly) male name. Anglicised form of the Old Gaelic Irish surname O Banain, which means “son of the fair-haired one”. This is pronounced BANN-uhn.
Jewish surname used as a male name. It comes from a Semitic root meaning “white” – coincidentally, the same meaning as the English/Irish surname.
[Lila: Nice touch that]
This is pronounced bah-NON.
Banon is one of the characters in the role playing game “Final Fantasy VI”.
Bannon’s Irish-Catholic working class background already makes him a natural ally of the Jews.
But the derivations of his last name added to his mother’s maiden name, Herr, makes me suspect he is more than just a shabbos goy.
He is Judaic himself.
Stephen Kevin Bannon was born on November 27, 1953, in Norfolk, Virginia, to Doris (neé Herr) and Martin Bannon, a telephone lineman. His working class, Irish Catholic family were pro-Kennedy, pro-union Democrats.“
Bannon’s mother’s name Herr is both High German and Ashkenazy and means lord or master or one who serves the lord of the manor or gives himself the airs of a lord.
Avatanyu.com lists it as a German-Jewish name.
The “white nationalist anti-semite” Bannon is yet another Khazar fraud redirecting popular anger away from the Khazar/Israeli elites and toward soft targets – third-world immigrants and Muslims.