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On Trump Versus Globalism

On Trump Versus Globalism

When Donald Trump was running for President, he told us he was against the globalists, which was great, but words and actions don’t always match. A few cases I will point to show us that words and actions don’t always match.

Gary Cohn was chosen to head up Trump’s economic advisors. Gary Cohn has been a globalist for many years. He was the top man at Goldman Sachs and a registered Democrat. Why was he given such an important post in the Trump administration? I was very leery of his appointment and am now glad he is gone. Trump has replaced Cohn with Larry Kudlow, a self-proclaimed “suppy-side” economist and a conservative. Kudlow is certainly an improvement on Cohn, but it remains to be seen if he opposes globalism.

Rex Tillerson was a surprise appointment as Secretary of State. He was CEO of ExxonMobil for many years. Could Rex Tillerson be considered an anti-globalist? Nothing he has done tells me he is. Quite the opposite, as head of ExxonMobil, he would seem to have been part of the globalist cabal. Suffice it to say I am glad he is gone.

HR McMaster, who serves as Trump’s National Security Advisor, rose to the rank of Lt. General in the Army. That he is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is a huge strike against him. The CFR is perhaps the biggest promoter of Globalism. Why is McMaster in such an important post? It has been rumored, lately, that he will soon be gone. Let us hope so, but please Mr. President, don’t appoint any more CFR members.

If Trump is truly committed to ending globalism, and restoring US sovereignty, then the CFR must be expunged from our government. That is a lot to ask, I realize, as the CFR has infiltrated all levels of government, but it is a necessary step to take. Globalism is the biggest enemy we face. Period. It is, and has been, the single biggest driver of the destruction of the USA. It is globalism that has destroyed our industries, with trade deals such as NAFTA, that have encouraged globalist companies to move our manufacturing offshore. With that movement came the destruction of our middle class. We no longer have a strong manufacturing base. We are a nation of burger-flippers, bartenders, waiters and retail clerks. To be great, we need to produce things, not just consume them. To get our Balance of Trade out of the red and back into the black, we must export, not import goods. In other words, the opposite of what the globalists have been preaching for decades.

As long as Trump places America First and opposes Globalism, I will support him. If he strays from that path, I will be the first to criticize him. It is that simple. He has followed through on many campaign promises, thus far. Keep both the progressives and neo-con globalists at bay. Keep fighting the globalists, Mr. President, it is our only salvation.

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23 comments

  1. “If he strays from that path, I will be the first to criticize him. It is that simple.”

    Isn’t it refreshing to have a President we can criticize without being called a racist? I think a lot of what Trump says and tweets has to be viewed with the caveat “the art of the deal.”

    1. I agree, words are words, action is action.
      Regarding the swamp:
      1400 notable corporate and government resignations quietly occurred.
      50 congressmen resigning or not seeking reelection – not very routine
      18,500 sealed federal indictments have been issured by the DOJ – typical is 1000
      over 100 Hollywood and media elites exposed for sexual misconduct.
      Massive round up of powerful elite in Saudi Arabia in major anit-corruption purge.
      Israili PM and Roghschild agent Netanyahu is being charged with corruption.
      Trump signed Exec order seizing assets worldwide of corrupt actions. List is 1100 pages.
      There used to be 10 Saudis on the Forbes Billionaire list…now there are none.
      Crackdown on human trafficking. 1000’s of children rescued worldwide.
      Massive roundup of gang-members in major effort to stamp out Obama’s MS 13.
      ISIS has been practically defeated.
      Mass coruption with FBI and DOJ has been revealed to the public.
      MSM has been exposed as fake news.
      The veil has been lifted on the CIA’s MKultra program and Op Mockingbird
      North Korea suddnely wants to denuke, which includes not only a nuke freeze, but dismantlement.

      Doubt any of the above would have occured under any status quo republican, and definitely worsened under a Hitlery regime.

      Also is the elimination of Bath House Barry’s enemies list. Which include us. Shall I post it for a refresher?

  2. I truly believe Trump has been setting up the globalists for a takedown. I think he has put some of them in position to find out more about what they’re up to and who all is involved. I think we’ll start seeing the shtf for the globalists leading up to the elections. I truly hope I am correct as this is our LAST chance to save our country. What we’ll do with the muslims they have flooded our borders with, I don’t know. It is a cancer that will kill the patient if left as it is.

  3. When Trump was elected president, he was put in the position of having to appoint thousands of people to run every department, agency, board, commission, etc. of government — many of which he had never even heard of. As with any president, most of the lesser offices were left to the more senior appointees to fill, but there were still hundreds requiring his personal attention, and not being familiar with the workings of all these agencies, and who might best run them, he had to rely heavily on the Republican establishment for advice on staffing, other than those he was personally acquainted with, or brought in from the business world.

    When he was nominated, Trump had to take on Priebus as chief of staff to keep the Republican leadership from working against him, and Priebus, Pence, and their associates were largely responsible for the choices and recommendations Trump had to work from to fill most positions — and these people also forced out some of Trump’s really good appointments (Gen. Flynn, Tom Price, etc.) over invented scandals. Many of these people pushed on Trump by the Republican establishment are opposed to him and his policies, and have been working against him from the beginning. It’s taken a bit over a year for Trump to become comfortable in the job, and understand what’s going on, and who’s working against him. Priebus, Cohn and Tillerson are out, and I would expect many more to be replaced in the next several months, as he builds a government that will carry out his policy, rather than trying to force him to implement theirs. Trump isn’t a globalist, but he hasn’t yet got a government that will comply with his policy.

  4. Trump was always bi-partisan and in looking for the most qualified man for the job, he found them where he found them. But when those he selected became to political and began favoring their ideology over the job Trump wanted them to do, he sacked them. The problems isn’t President Trump. The problem is there’s a shortage of good conservative men with the ability and experience to fill the hundreds of jobs the President has to fill. After all, he has nothing to go on but their experience, list of accomplishments and proven ability to get the job done. He probably figured he’d be able to stop their ideology from having the effect it did on the people who are now complaining about his choices. Lastly, Trump did not say he was against globalism – he said he was against the establishment!

    1. I beg to differ on two points: 1) To say there is a lack of talented conservatives is malarkey. There are thousands of them. 2) He has said on numerous occasions that he is against globalism.

      Shorty Dawkins

  5. Trump was always bi-partisan and in looking for the most qualified man for the job, he found them where he found them. But when those he selected became to political and began favoring their ideology over the job Trump wanted them to do, he sacked them. The problems isn’t President Trump. The problem is there’s a shortage of good conservative men with the ability and experience to fill the hundreds of jobs the President has to fill. After all, he has nothing to go on but their experience, list of accomplishments and proven ability to get the job done. He probably figured he’d be able to stop their ideology from having the effect it did on the people who are now complaining about his choices. Lastly, Trump did not say he was against globalism – he said he was against the establishment!

  6. If oathkeepers continues to refuse to post my comments, I will unsubscribe and stop sharing these articles. An explanation would be greatly appreciated. I’d expect censorship and/or banning on social media, not on journalists’ blogs.

  7. I disagree with all of you. I voted for Trump. Relative to the 2nd Amendment he has caved in. That is ALL it takes for me to write him off. Why do all of you continue to think that our problems will be solved by ANYONE in congress? Anyone in government? Oath Keepers, GOA, VCDL, NRA, CSPOA and others of the like; if you do not UNITE on some common ground, your power is almost meaningless. If I had unlimited funds, that would be my only focus. If we are all so busy promoting our own groups and organizations, we have missed the point. We are still …. divided. I have been a paying member for a number of groups; nothing has improved at all. I live paycheck to paycheck in my 69th year. I spent a year and a half in Viet Nam. I was angry then, and I am still angry.
    There is the Council on Foreign Relations. When is there going to be a Council of GOA, Oath Keepers, CSPOA, VCDL, 10th Amendment people, the NRA, and all the others that speak for the Constitution? As far as I am concerned, we have been out of time since 1970.
    With warm regards and much respect for all of you who have done what you could,
    Robert D.

    1. The left has been very organized and focused. They all get the same memo. The right is always fractured, with independent views. Good views, but not cohesive. That is why the left continues to plow along with no consequence. Not sure what it will take to get the right to fight as one. Just the way it is.

  8. I hope you all realize that the CFR (Council on Foreign Relations) is an NGO (Non-Governmental Organization). Although it is not an official part of our government, many of our government officials are members of the CFR. They are nothing more than a bunch of globalists who gather in council to plot their way forward with their globalist agenda. Hillary Clinton is a member, and she was a member while she was secretary of state. I can still remember the network news stations making reports that started with, “today at a meeting of the Council on Foreign Relations, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton”…blah blah blah. Such news reporting would lead the ignorant and/or unaware persons to believe that she was acting in an official governmental capacity within a governmental agency. I often wondered how such reporting just goes over people’s heads. I’m screaming at the television, “the CFR does not govern us! They are not part of our elected government and have no business deciding or shaping anything that has to do with the governing of our country!” Most of you are probably aware of these things, but I thought i would share these thoughts for those who may not have known. Another NGO is the Tri-lateral Commission. I would bet if we interviewed the public at large regarding these organizations, they would not know they have no government standing or authority.

  9. TPP…KO’d. Paris Climate Accord…ByeBye. Tillerson…Toast. McMaster…Out. And he just went to California to inspect the _____ prototypes? Geesh…you guys are impatient. WGP has my proxy!

  10. The NICS ; This, is scary stuff ; President Trump, along, with Congress, are going too expand the data-base, that the NICS can use too deny purchase, of a fire arm and go after gun owners’, who, they believe are dangerous’, even, if they’re, not a felon, or, have know history, of mental illness and know history, of, any kind, of being arrested and a unpaid parking ticket, will, be a reason to deny one a gun in, this bill ; Trump thinks’, this, is ok, if one falls into, this category ; Forget, about due process and, if the NICS, believe’s, that, you fall under, this category, they real come to, your place, of residents’ and confiscate, your guns’, unless Trump, is playing fifth dimensional chess I be leave, that, we have been duped. Under our Constitution , only a judge, can determine, if one, can have a gun, or, not, now a D.C. bureaucrat can, make, that determination ; This, is the greatest infringement, on our Second amendment right’s in our history. The NICS, is gun-control, on steroids’ ; This bill passed in the House of representative’s yesterday and now, it moves, on to the Senate and Trump says’ he, is willing too sign, it, if, it comes in front, of his desk and, if, it fails’ in the Senate he said he might issue a Directive and they’re also talking, about out-lawing semi-automatic weapons’ and, that, would be door too door gun-confiscation, if, that passed ; This, isn’t fear-porn, either in, my opinion, it’s treason and a lot, of our representative’s in Congress are treasonous’ ; 15 years’ ago Trump, was big, on gun-control and back, than I did, not like him, in my opinion he could, be, another Romney ; Hope I’m wrong? The gun bill, is real. My question, is ; Is this a coup?

  11. I think you have to trust the plan to drain the swamp. It’s very swampy and to bring in these swamp creatures to get a sense about and who they associate with is a smart thing. We must bring the perps of 911 and so many other crimes to mention here to justice and in my opinion Trump is doing just that. Keep up the good work!

  12. I haven’t heard it said better than “the 2nd amendment is there to project the 1st”. What sense does it make to trade away the 2nd to keep the 1st? We’re still defenseless.

  13. Think SES: Senior Executive Service

    It is the heart of the swamp.

    The Washington D. C. Deep State is a group of 8,156 appointed mangers in 75 federal agencies that control the executive bureaucracy and tell new political appointees what they can and cannot do. Yes, that’s right, the Deep State is an official government program, well-organized, comprehensive, and “in charge.”

    Out of the 8,156 members who make up this Deep State of ensconced bureaucrats, over 7,000 were appointed by Obama.

    So, while you are writing your congressmen and POTUS, include the dismantle of SES.

    Knowledge is power. For further educating yourself:
    https://aim4truth.org/2018/01/03/deep-state-shadow-government-revealed-senior-executive-service/

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