The concept of “one world government” that would insure an end to war led to the League of Nations and later, the United Nations, both of which were abject failures. The USA is considering withdrawing from the World Health Organization and taking its money with it. The US is/was the single largest contributor to the WHO in contributions and donations, accounting for roughly 20% of the US$ 5 billion annual budget. (WHO chairman Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesu, one of your betters, threatened the US yesterday not to freeze funding for his operation. “You’ll all die” – or words to that effect, “if you cut our funding.” Right, Tedros.)
The WHO had one major job – forestalling a global pandemic – and they bungled that just about as thoroughly as anyone could, primarily because they acted as a pawn of the People’s Republic of China’s propaganda machine rather than in the interest of the world.
This example, which we are all living through at the moment, reveals the fatal flaw in the move away from nationalism and toward globalism.
President Trump’s election in 2016 can be credited in large part to his emphasis on protecting U.S. sovereignty. Hillary Clinton, a globalist, had a blind adherence to what the economist Dani Rodrik has called “hyper-globalization”—the idea that the interests of big corporations and the principle of market integration took precedence over widely shared prosperity and economic security—had come at the expense of domestic industries.
Anyone who disagreed with the Globalists (who also control the mainstream media almost exclusively) has been shouted down as ‘racist’ or ‘xenophobic’ or ‘on the wrong side of history’, if they warned about the consequences of surrendering national interests in exchange for “globalism”.
The coronavirus experience demonstrates that economic interaction does not occur in a vacuum of geopolitical competition. Dependence on China for crucial medical equipment throughout the pandemic has illuminated the dangers of a hyper-globalized economy. Experts had warned of American dependence on key drug ingredients from China. The Wall Street Journal has reported that China is the only maker of key ingredients for certain classes of drugs, including established antibiotics that treat a range of bacterial infections such as pneumonia.
In fact, the Chinese openly threatened to weaponize the global supply chain against the United States, by asserting that they’d withhold vital antibiotics if the USA blamed them for the pandemic that they started, and subsequently attempted to cover up.
America should not depend on an enemy/rival nation for its citizens’ health—any more than the United States and other free and open societies should give Chinese companies, and by extension the Chinese Communist Party, control over communications infrastructure and sensitive personal data in the 5G revolution.
The upcoming 2020 election is, more than any other single thing, about the future of American participation in surrendering its national sovereignty on the altar of globalization. The Democrat Party is pushing forward corrupt, sly, creepy, old, machine politician Joe Biden, whose senility makes him the perfect puppet. The news media will prop him up in their RELENTLESS propaganda campaign. The Republican Party is dominated by President Trump, whose warning voice has been shown to be unerringly correct.