• World Economic Forum 2016
    Globalism,  Nationalism

    Globalists are Traitors

    The entire thrust of the second half of the 20th Century was towards greater economic integration. Led by the United States, and cheered on by the defeated powers in WWII, Germany and Japan, the world moved in one direction; towards a future of transportation, integration, and common financing or as we call it today; globalization. The pillars of the new world order were the Bretton Woods Agreement, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the United States Federal Reserve and the invention of the now ubiquitous shipping container. To the United States, which had largely fought the war against Japan in an effort to dominate China, these efforts were a…