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The Revolt Against Globalism... Is Going Global

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posted on Jul, 5 2016 @ 06:39 PM
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There was William Galston at the European Council on Foreign Relations, listening to his fellow elitists and foreign policy honchos caviling about the rise of Donald Trump and bemoaning the fate of the European Union (EU) at the hand’s of Britain’s Euro-skeptics. As the assembled luminaries had a collective sad in their five-star hotel, wondering how the proles could’ve gotten so far out of hand, Galtson – longtime Democratic party hack, former domestic advisor to Bill Clinton, and a senior fellow at the “centrist” Brookings Institution – heard a call to arms. It was almost as if Cecil Rhodes, the British imperialist and original founder and financier of the Council on Foreign Relations, had spoken to him from on high – or, rather, from below – and commanded him to spread the Word far and wide:

“I realized that the stakes in the U.S. presidential election are even higher than I had thought. The fate of the entire postwar order hangs in the balance, and with it the prospects for democracy world-wide. Without vigorous American leadership, the prospects are not bright.”
Oh, yes, those shortsighted Little People are “turning inward,” and “this is understandable,” but, hey, “liberal internationalism is back on its heels” and the dreaded “ethno-nationalist populism” – i.e. resistance to the One World “global governance” schemes of Galston and his comrades – “is on the march.” What’s a globalist to do?


The Revolt Against Globalism... Is Going Global


“Now is the worst possible time for the US to pull back and, as Donald Trump would have it, to reframe America’s relations with Europe as a transaction to be terminated if the sums don’t come up right. Franklin Roosevelt understood that a democratic Europe was a vital national interest of the US So did Ronald Reagan and every other postwar president.

US diplomacy in 2017 and beyond must reflect this core reality.” In the transaction preferred by Galston and his ilk, America always comes out the loser. That’s because we have a Mission, and it doesn’t matter how much it costs: we must bear the weight of Empire on our shoulders without complaint and without regard for the welfare of our own citizens.

After all, anything less would be selfish: no, we mustn’t succumb to the requirements of common sense and fiscal sanity. It’s our sacred duty to police the world, so people like Galston can sit around in the Hague and determine the fate of entire peoples. Forget Asia: we can’t “pivot” eastward while the Poles are pining for American aid and arms and the Romanians are unhappy with their lot.

If we pay too much attention to where more than a third of the world’s population resides, as opposed to focusing on Estonia (population under two million) we’ll miss out on a real opportunity to start World War III with Russia. And let’s stop with the “complaints about insufficient European military and diplomatic burden-sharing” since these “have proved ineffectual in the past.” Just like that good-for-nothing uncle who keeps coming to you for “loans” that are never repaid, you just have to buck up and keep handing out the cash – because your own ineffectuality is your best friend.


This was bound to happen, people are getting fed up to the rafters with Bad Policy making from those in Power.

It's not about if now but 'When' and how far will it go when the big push begins?




posted on Jul, 5 2016 @ 07:01 PM
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It's not about if now but 'When' and how far will it go when the big push begins?
a reply to: awareness10

It will go as far as Big money will allow, and not one inch (centimeter) further. It will also occur when they (corporations) say it will and they will also say where.



posted on Jul, 5 2016 @ 07:28 PM
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Ah yes Big Money, Big Oil, Big Establishment.

Big Collapse!

Nothing THIS corrupt can last.



posted on Jul, 5 2016 @ 07:31 PM
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a reply to: awareness10

It may collapse, but big money will be just fine. When the dust settles , they will be there to be valuable members of the community.



posted on Jul, 5 2016 @ 07:54 PM
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originally posted by: seasonal
a reply to: awareness10

It may collapse, but big money will be just fine. When the dust settles , they will be there to be valuable members of the community.


I'm not sure i want big money to survive.

It all needs to be redistributed and then revamped completely so that no one Big Establishment will ever again have full control over it or the rest of the planet.




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