Oct 03

Globalism Isn’t Phony

The Quote Below: More Misinformation from the Media

“[Donald Trump at the United Nations]: ‘Each of us today is the emissary of a distinct culture, a rich history and a people bound together by ties of memory, tradition and the values tha5t make our homelands like nowhere else on earth. . . . That is why America will always choose independence and cooperation over global governance, control and dominion.’.  .  .

“Just what the president meant by ‘global governance’ is unclear. But he seemed intent on conjuring up the phony black helicopter vision of international institutions as an “unelected, unaccountable, global bureaucracy” intent on erasing borders and eliminating national governments.” – President Trump Addresses the United Nations (Laughter), Editorial, The New York Times, 9/25/18. [Link]

Fact Check of Quote: The reality of global elites working against national sovereignty is not “black helicopter” delusion or a conspiracy theory. The activities of globalists are for the most part are in plain view for anyone to see, as outlined in a recent issue of Social Contract magazine. A perfect example is the European Union whose unelected bureaucrats are pushing for unending mass migration from Third World countries which will obliterate the historic nations of Europe. Here in America the advocates of mass immigration, particularly the illegal variety, seem indifferent to importance of our national sovereignty and the significance of our citizenship.

Globalism, as it manifests itself today, is completely incompatible with the right of peoples to determine their destiny in a democratic fashion. Globalism is elitist and authoritarian to its very core. President Trump so rightly affirmed in his UN speech that “We [Americans] reject the ideology of globalism, and we embrace the doctrine of patriotism.”

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