Bilderberg Meets to Discuss Threats to Globalist Agenda

June 10, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

The annual Bilderberg meeting, taking place in Turin, Italy, this weekend, is bringing together key Deep State actors and potential useful idiots from across North America and Western Europe to discuss surging threats to their own agenda and power. Among the many topics of discussion, the globalist insiders and potential collaborators invited to this year’s meeting will focus on growing populist movements in Europe and what the network described in a press release as the “post-truth” world — presumably a reference to the fact that their propaganda organs are no longer able to control the narrative. But it may be too late to save their globalist agenda.

Like most years, over 130 insiders in business, government, military, foundations, banking, central banking, royalty, academia, technology, journalism, intelligence, and more will attend the 2018 secret meeting. Even a top Catholic official, Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin, will be there this year as an emissary of controversial leftwing Pope Francis, a fervent supporter of globalism and radical environmentalism. Also in attendance will be numerous senior leaders of international institutions including NATO and the United Nations. A number of prime ministers will be there, too.

Source: Bilderberg Meets to Discuss Threats to Globalist Agenda

To Congress, Macron used the terrified voice of dying globalism and enraged authoritarianism | Non-Intervention.com

April 28, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

It is never within man’s abilities to be perfect. That said, French President Emmanuel Macron came fairly close to perfection in his description of the world he envisions and wants imposed on the United States. It is a vision that, undoubtedly, will nauseate, infuriate, and worry those Americans who believe – as President Trump’s claims to – in an “America First”, non-interventionist foreign policy.

What is wrong with Macron? Macron demonstrated that he is either supremely arrogant and believes his vision – more properly the EU’s vision – is brilliant, unquestionably right, supremely moral, and cannot be challenged, or his intelligence services have utterly failed to provide him the data necessary to understand that Trump was not elected to conduct a steady-as-she-goes foreign policy. In his arrogance or ignorance, Macron reminded the pro-Trump citizenry of the hell that awaits them, their money, their republic, and their children’s lives if the Macron-voiced-vision of the internationalists’ “21st century world order” carries the day. Only a moron, it seems to me, would be uniformed about how much contemporary Americans hate a politician peddling the creation of a new “world order” of any type.

Source: To Congress, Macron used the terrified voice of dying globalism and enraged authoritarianism | Non-Intervention.com

Trump and the Nationalist-globalist War

February 15, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

“Since Donald J. Trump’s inauguration a year ago, a war has raged within the White House between ‘nationalists and globalists,’” writes Stewart M. Patrick, in his blog post for January 26 entitled, “Trump at Davos: Nationalism, Globalism, and American Sovereignty.” A nationalist vs. globalist war is indeed raging, as we have been reporting in The New American, and not only in the White House. Patrick, to be sure, is on the side of the globalists. His blog, The Internationalist, is an official propaganda fount for the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), where he works as the James H. Binger senior fellow in global governance and director of the International Institutions and Global Governance Program. He is a leading voice for the globalist CFR presidium that has dominated every administration, whether Democrat or Republican, since World War II.

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Economic Nationalism: Alternative to Globalism

August 26, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Ivory tower economists, corporate business analysts and financial experts routinely trash any discussion that America needs to institute a national economic policy that actually benefits our own country. The mantra of unchallenged doctrine that globalism is the only path for world commerce has been intensively pushed for well over the last half century. How well did the United States fare? An honest evaluation must acknowledge the diminishing middle class has paid the greatest penalty from the corporatist sedition that has destroyed internal independence and productive prosperity.

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