I would ask anyone interested to investigate the real motives behind ‘globalism’. It is not some Utopian ideal, at least not at the upper echelons.
It is a thoroughly malign doctrine intended to bring about a ‘New World Order’ which will be global totalitarianism under World Government. It will have socialism, poverty and State dependence as its ‘social control grid’ for the masses, and will be run for the benefit of a Corporatist above-the-law international Elite.
Before you scoff, this is pretty much admitted now, it is no longer conspiracy theory, as evidenced here: http://linkis.com/B2App.
The book ‘Tragedy and Hope’ by Professor Carroll Quigley, Bill Clinton’s mentor and a man who advised at State level and served as a biographer of what Quigley referred to as ‘the Network’ (all groups like the CFR, Chatham House in the UK, Trilateral Commission, Bilderberg etc working for a common secretive goal of world government and the elimination of the nation state). His dense 1300 page book has been condensed into a ‘dummies guide’, drawing out the key points from a very dry academic text. Check here for the first chapter (book is free) here: http://linkis.com/jRp1P.
If you doubt me, check out this quote which is easily verifiable:
Arnold J. Toynbee, famous British historian, member of the Fabian Society and Chatham House (the Royal Institute of International Affairs, the UK branch of the CFR) – said:
“The local national state, invested with the attributes of sovereignty – is an abomination of desolation standing in the place where it ought not. It has stood in that place now – demanding and receiving human sacrifices from its poor deluded votaries – for four or five centuries. Our political task in our generation is to cast the abomination out, to cleanse the temple and to restore the worship of the divinity to whom the temple rightfully belongs […] we are at present working, discreetly but with all our might, to wrest this mysterious political force called sovereignty out of the clutches of the local national states of our world. And all the time we are denying with our lips what we are doing with our hands…”
Arnold J. Toynbee, 1931
By D. J. Webb
Something interesting is afoot. We appear to be witnessing the re-emergence of the nation-state. Although it is true that the Western powers have for decades followed anti-national policies, ones that have unpicked much of the cultural fabric of a historic nation-state, geopolitical realities are gradually forcing change.
An example of this can be seen in Angela Merkel’s policies. She may personally be the product of earlier decades that laid stress on geopolitical co-operation, the co-ordination of policy internationally, multi-culturalism and similar globalizing causes. This suggests that she would prefer the uncomplicated spirit of international co-operation of earlier decades. However, she operates against a background of US relative decline and the failure of the euro project. Germany has been pushed to the fore, willy-nilly, to manage the Greek debt crisis, the Syrian migrant problem and relations with Russia and the Ukraine.
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