Right Versus Left
In a video, Devin (?SP) Stack, of Black Pilled, presents an argument that says “When Right vs Left is Right vs Wrong.” While he points out that there are those who claim to be on the Right, who are really Leftists, the misuse of the terms Right and Left has, for years muddied the waters.
G. Edward Griffin, on the other hand, uses the terms Collectivist and Individualist when discussing the differences that truly define the warring factions. Fascism, Socialism, Communism and Marxism are all Collectivist in nature. They place the individual in a subordinate position to the State, or any Collectivist institution. In other words, the individual only has value as part of the larger institution and has no intrinsic value. As Griffin, and others, point out, however, the Collective is made up of Individuals. Thus, it is the individual that is primary. A group, or collective is a concept composed of individuals, whereas the individual can be a part of many groups, or collectives. Families, church groups, social groups, nations, states and cities and even political Parties are Collective groups.
Globalism is the belief in the ultimate Collective: World-wide Collectivism. It will look something like a mixture of Marxism and Fascism, by all indications. James Jaeger, among others, calls this mixture Cultural Marxism and Economic Fascism. Both are Collectivist at the core.
While those promoting Globalism always pretend to be in favor of diversity, they seek a One World culture that lacks diversity; instead promoting a mish-mash conglomeration that will be the one accepted “culture”. No diversity will be acceptable in this new conglomerate. Political Correctness will ensure obedience to it.
Mussolini described his “fascism” as Corporatism, where all important businesses are run by Corporations that are monopolies (or nearly so) that are heavily regulated and granted favors by the government, whereas Marxists would have the Corporations actually owned and run by the government. If this vision of Corporatism looks familiar, you are not mistaken, as Globalist Corporations dominate the economies of the world. This brand of fascism, called Corporatism by Mussolini, gives the outward appearance of Capitalism, while achieving the goals of Marxism.
Leftists are Collectivists, but not all so-called Rightists are Individualists, as many are actually Corporatists in nature. Those on the Right who favor Globalism are really Collectivists. The only differences between Leftists and Globalists on the Right, are of degree, and on the magnitude and timing of changes towatd the Globalist End Game.
Globalists (Collectivists) seek to destroy the sovereignty of all nations, and subject all peoples to a One World Utopia of Cultural Marxism and Economic Fascism. Thus, our culture, our Constitution and all of our institutions need to be destroyed as an advent of the One World Utopia.