19 July, 2015

Globalism News

Posted by Socrates in 'isolationism', EU, Europe, eurozone, global government, globalization, Greece, internationalism, interventionism, NATO, New World Order, NWO, Socrates, sovereignty, UN, UN Charter, UN founders, UNESCO, war, war as unnecessary, World War II at 4:01 pm | Permanent Link

Internationalism sucks. Besides the sovereignty issue and the war issue, there’s the economic issue. Under globalism, all (or most) of the world’s economies are too closely linked and intertwined. So if one country goes bankrupt, others do, too. Isolationism is what we really want, i.e., each country stands by itself, alone, and does what it wants to do, and also, what it doesn’t want to do. Of course, isolationism went out during WWII and never came back. Today we have the EU, the UN, NATO and other illegitimate global entities telling every country what to do.

1. What globalism did for Greece: [Article].

2. More globalism coming soon: [Article].

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