Amidst increasing calls in the CFR-controlled Mainstream Media and from Democrat leaders, including Hillary Clinton to amplify hostility towards Republicans and Trump supporters, it may be difficult to see that the real political divide is not between Left vs Right or Liberal vs Conservative but between Globalism vs Human Beings. The sooner we understand this, the sooner we’ll avoid being distracted by the false dichotomy that’s being propagated.
Globalism has had different impacts on different regions of the world. In the US, it has meant the outsourcing of the manufacturing base, primarily to China and the increasing financialization of the economy, resulting in massive under-employment and the greatest wealth disparity that has ever been seen in this country’s history.
Globalism made the US military the “Policeman of the World”, pursuing wars of aggression in the interests of transnational corporations, rather than defending the security of the American people.
The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is the powerful think tank behind the Globalist movement in the US; the sister organization to the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London. The CFR recently published an article by Ivo Daalder and James Lindsay, calling for a new “G9”, a group of nine countries: France, Germany, Italy, UK, Australia, Japan, South Korea and Canada, who together “represent the largest economic power in the world, and their collective military capabilities are surpassed only by those of the United States.”
The CFR wants these countries to save the “world order” from Donald Trump, “in the hope that Trump’s successor will reclaim Washington’s global leadership role and lay the groundwork to make it politically possible for that to happen.” In other words, they want to see the above-named countries allied together to defend the Globalist project against the depredations of Trump, who’s been handily dismantling it.
Trump is the only US President who has ever dared to challenge Globalism, as when he recently addressed the UN and announced that the US will “never surrender to an unelected global bureaucracy,” and his actions speak louder than his words. Quoting again from the CFR article cited above, “By withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the Paris agreement on climate change, and the Iran nuclear deal; embracing mercantilist trade policies; and continuing to question the value of NATO, Trump has shown that he said what he meant and meant what he said.”
These multilateral agreements bypass the Constitution, surrender national sovereignty and self-determination. They benefit a small financial elite and they’re ultimately anti-human. Globalism under the Corporatist banksters is a threat to all peoples and US withdrawal could cause these initiatives to fall apart. This has led George Soros to say that China should now head the New World Order.
Chinese hegemony with the authoritarian technocracy we see unfolding today may have always been the Globalists’ plan. It is certainly a contingency. As Alex Newman from the Constitutionalist publication, New American tells Greg Hunter here, “Communist China rose to power and prominence with deliberate assistance from key people in our State Department, in our Defense Department and almost all of them members in the Council on Foreign Relations or actual Communist agents.”
In closing, Newman says, “It’s not too late to turn this around. It’s really not, but if we allow these radicals and their puppet masters to run around tearing down our institutions and tearing down our civilization, we will reap horrifying consequences.”