Idol Listening: Steve Bannon’s Favorite Songs About Patriotism
Here’s a question you might ask yourself: Why would the liberal, socialist members of the mainstream media (MSM) who run MetalSucks invite me, Steve Bannon, to make a guest list of my favorite patriotic metal songs? They are anti-white, anti-America instigators, part of The Opposition Party and widely believed to be on the Clintons’ payroll. So what Luciferian scheme have they sprung into action by requesting — nay, pleading — to work with me?
To be frank, I am not entirely sure what MetalSucks’ game is. I suspect they will include with this article some moronic, fake image of me to go with their moronic, fake news. No doubt they think giving me this space on their web page will somehow aid their plot to overthrow the American governement and destroy this country’s values and virtues, as the New York Elite have been doing since they were the Elite Slaves of Egypt.
But there’s one stumbling block for the left in MetalSucks’ plot to take down America. And that stumbling block is… the American people. You see, ordinary Americans don’t want their country to be controlled by the likes of MetalSucks. This site and its hateful totalitarian propaganda are a tragic reminder that all the progress that’s been made in the last 25 years toward revitalizing this country could be washed away in an orgy of de-gentrification.
And that terrifying prospect is enough to keep me on the firing line. Maybe you, too, feel the same way. May these songs help us find strength in these darkest of times.
Ted Nugent, “Star Spangled Banner”
The single greatest piece of music ever written, as performed by the single greatest American guitarist who ever lived, at a rally for President Donald J. Trump, the man who is going to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN! Amen.
Iron Maiden, “Run to the Hills” (The Number of the Beast, 1982)
How sad for our nation that it took a British band to write such a stirring recollection of this country’s origins. Bruce Dickinson’s lyrics even adopt the viewpoint of the savages, which helps the listener understand the consequences of fighting against God-fearing men and women. This is much better than “Indians,” the white hatred anthem by New York Elitist Scott Ian and his band Anthrax.
Aaron Lewis, “Red, White, & Blue” (The Road, 2012)
I know this isn’t a metal song, but Lewis is on the right side of history, and the sentiment is so stunningly beautiful that I cannot help but include it here.
Five Finger Death Punch, “American Capitalist” (American Capitalist, 2011)
Zoltan Bathory is a true American patriot, and this song reminds me how lucky we are to have President Trump “in charge” now.
[NOTE TO EDITORS: I did not mean to put “in charge” in quotation marks, and now my delete button seems to be malfunctioning. Please remove.]
All That Remains, “Sing for Liberty” (A War You Cannot Win, 2012)
Another moving ode to the American spirit and the American people. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN! Amen.
Hour of Penance, “XXI Century Imperial Crusade” (Cast the First Stone, 2017)
This Italian band sums up everything terrific about this song and its message in a statement released with the single last year: “We find ourselves once again in front of a war between reason and religion, and unless we take a strong stand in defense of our Western values, we risk falling into chaos because of a weak and coward enemy stubbornly convinced of his senseless laws.” Amen. When America is great again, the entire world, including Italy, will benefit tremendously.
Grand Belial’s Key, “The Shitagogue” (Judeobeast Assassination, 2001)
Although the MSM likes to paint me as some sort of humorless Rachel Maddow type, I appreciate a good laugh as much as the next great American. This song and album’s terrific use of puns never fails to put a smile on my face. Perhaps it will do the same for you.
Goatmoon, “Aryan Beauty” (Tahdon Riemuvoitto, 2013)
Kroda, “By a Hammer of Spirit and Identity of Blood” (By a Hammer of Spirit and Identity of Blood, 2008)
Hate Forest, “Elder Race” (Purity, 2010)
These were my daughter’s favorite songs to listen to at bedtime when she was a girl. They bring strong, American, hetero tears to my eyes every time.
BONUS: Living Colour’s “Wall” (Stain, 1993)
I just wanted to call attention to this track, although it’s anything but patriotic. Four blacks singing about undermining the protection of our borders? Typical. Maybe the worst song ever written.