By Alan Gordon
The National White Alliance, an alt-right organization, has announced that White House advisor Steve Bannon, is the winner of its inaugural Caucasian of the Year award. Conservative commentators Ann Coulter and Tomi Lahren were runners up.
“The Caucasian of the Year Award honors people who have promoted and upheld the cause of white people,” said Brian Blanc, president of the National White Alliance. “We feel that white people have lost ground over the last eight years. Mr. Bannon is helping white people regain their prominence.”
Bannon, who used to lead the far-right website Breitbart, has been called Donald Trump’s brain because of his influence over the president. Bannon is also believed to be responsible for many of the Trump administration’s policies which seemed to be designed to make America white again. The Trump administration has implemented a ban of Muslims from certain countries, is targeting mainly Latino illegal immigrants for deportation and wants to cut legal immigration in half.
Before he joined the Trump administration, Bannon complained that more than half of the CEOs in Silicon Valley are Asian. (The real figure is 14 percent.) According to the Huffington Post, Bannon is also a fan of a racist French book titled, “The Camp of the Saints,” in which an army of feces-eating African immigrants attempts to invade Europe.