Globalism Free Trade Immigration Connection

by Thinker

How is your life going under the Global Empire? If you answer honestly, for non billionaires, the response must reflect disappointment if not immense distress. Middle America stands on the precipice of oblivion. While the recent past decades have shown steep declines in financial security and net wealth, the future looks much more ominous. The link between the shift to an internationalist de-industrialization economy and open border immigration has hit the United States hard.

This harsh reality is routinely denied in the financial press, but the social chaos that engulfs society is largely caused by this betrayal mindset. Corporatists are waging war against the American public. Summing up the battle lines is the quintessential voice of an America First philosophy. Pat Buchanan on Free Trade is a collection of quotations and references that should be a must read for every displaced citizen. And that group includes virtually everyone.

“Good for global business” isn’t necessarily good for US

“Global capitalists have become acolytes of global governance. They wish to see national sovereignty diminished and sanctions abolished. Where yesterday American businesses suffered damage to their good name for selling scrap iron to Japan before Pearl Harbor, today [war materiel is routinely exported] to potentially hostile nations. Once it was true that what was good the Fortune 500 was good for America. That is no longer true, and what is good for America must take precedence.”

Source: “A Republic, Not an Empire,” p.349 , Oct 9, 1999

The most puzzling malady that penetrates the “PC” culture is a fear of confronting the direct consequences of encouraging an invasion of illegal’s into the country. The disconnect that sweeps across national borders is not isolated just to the United States. Western Europe is not only in decay but is on the verge of social and economic collapse.

Demetrios Papademetriou, PhD, Director of the Migration Policy Institute, wrote in his Sep. 2005 Migration Policy Institute essay “The Global Struggle with Illegal Migration: No End in Sight”: How Are Illegal Immigration and Globalization Related?

“For nearly two decades now, capital and the market for goods, services, and workers of many types have weaved an ever more intricate web of:
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Trump – Nationalism vs Globalism – Why it’s important

Two types of “BEINGS”…those who support the rape of children and those who oppose it!!! A time to know which way to go…good and evil at WAR!!! Donald Trump, the closest president ever to the people who continues to speak the “TRUTH.” How many Americans really know what Donald Trump has done??? The mainstream media isn’t reporting it!!! One of the first things the president for the people did when he took office, was to cut off the U.S. taxpayer funding of almost half a billion dollars for none Americans, not living in America to have abortions. The Gates Foundation Melinda Gates didn’t like that move, so they are filling the void to keep the abortions…etc going for non-Americans not in America…donations for murder??? What side is the Gates Foundation on??? Words followed by actions will reveal the answers to where your politician, organization, and world leaders are on…eyes open!!!

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