In a blow to the Globalists "Open Borders" policy, and the obstruction efforts by Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to block our Country from ever protecting its Southern Border, President Trump will now give a public address from the White House on Tuesday Night to declare a National Emergency and take Executive action to secure our own Country's Borders.
Not since the days of President John Kennedy has a U.S. President went up against the corrupt Foreign Policy Establishment, faced down their subversion of his policies and insubordination, and tried to truly wrest control away from the Elite Global Government planners and their Multinational Cartel structures (behind them and who had been calling all the shots).
Part of the globalizers' propaganda war is to deny that the term "neoliberalism" has any historical, political, or economic content, to reduce it to a mere curse word used by lefties. In the past, the best rebuttal I had to that was the maddeningly jargon-filled writing of Philip Mirowski, an economics professor at Notre Dame. Today, I found a book review of a book that purports to be not only a history of neoliberalism, but a fairly clear and readable explanation of its goals.
How do I know? Well, let's just say that Macron is running a brilliant campaign, just like fellow globalist Killary Klinton. The Press in the US and in France ingenuously calls him a "centrist". He is as much of a centrist as Donald Trump.
M. Macron has learned quite well from Medusa, referring to LePen voters as the French equivalent of "deplorables", an endearing way to garner undecided votes.
Question: Who would like Loyd Blankfein to run the U.S. Government?
Answer: He already does. Three of his minions are in Trump's cabinet. Jared Kushner is cut from the same globalist cloth also.
I said it before, that the battle between the Trump Administration and the political establishment was simply a battle of oligarchs, like the House of York versus the House of Lancaster. It's a real battle, but it's largely meaningless to us peasants.
However, I've come to realize that there are two idealogical differences between the two political camps.
It's not about racism.
It's not about sexism.
It's not even about Trump.
It's all about the economy.
Specifically, it's about globalization.
One thing has become painfully obvious from this election cycle: we need to stop thinking in terms of left-right national politics.
There is no left in politics anymore.
There is no right in politics anymore.
There is no nation in politics anymore.
Those concepts were abandoned to the 20th Century.