Unless it is stopped, the agenda of globalism moves in only one direction – towards the further centralization of power.
For the elites, everything must be “global.”
They want “global” institutions, “global” governance, and “global” control.
As a result, the globalists want everything that is independent or decentralized to be controlled.
That’s why the elites are so scared by the openness of the internet. It’s decentralized, it enables the free flow of information almost instantly, and it provides a platform for individuals and independent organizations to get their message out.
As a result, it’s no surprise to hear that Angela Merkel is calling for “global” internet rules.
As reported by Reuters,“German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Saturday that the digital world needs regulations like those that exist for financial markets in the G20 and for trade under the World Trade Organisation.”
Merkel also uses the old elitist talent of making people think that any decentralized system is a big risk. Merkel says there need to be international rules, “Otherwise some provider could emerge … that’s an island, and from which things could be done, relevant to security, that could destroy an entire system. On this question of the rules-based handling of it, we’re still right at the start.”
This is very disturbing.
How well did the globally regulated financial markets do in the 2008 crisis? How well have global trade agreements been working out for the middle class? (Of course, they’ve worked out great for the globalist banks, but that’s a whole other story).
Decentralization vs Globalism
The elites purposely ignore one of the key benefits of decentralization: The reduction of risk. For example, the US banking system used to be separated into two parts. There were investment banks and retail banks. Investment banks could deal with stocks, while retail banks handled savings, loans, mortgages, etc.
That decentralization meant that if an investment bank had trouble, retail banks would not be at serious risk. Yet, the Clinton administration – with the support of Republicans and Wall Street – changed the laws to let the investment banks and retail banks merge. This massively increased risk, because there were far fewer, but much larger banks, so when the financial crisis hit a few vulnerable institutions could have brought the entire world economy down.
Clearly, a decentralized system would have been better, but the elites are moving for an even more centralized financial system, meaning the next crisis will be even more destructive.
The same goes for the internet. Having decentralized rules – different regulations in different countries – reduces risk. It makes the internet more independent, less easy to control, and less vulnerable to being corrupted from a central source.
Of course, it would also mean the elites would have less power, and losing power is what they fear most.
Standing up for national independence
The globalist agenda is being pushed in the establishment media, and by many of the top politicians. They’re actively working against any sort of national independence or patriotism. That’s why we need to push back, and stand up for the rights of our country to make our own rules. Otherwise, we will become more and more powerless, and our country will be independent in name only.
The elites want to hide their many failures behind political correctness, deception, and manipulation. We need to push back and spread the truth.
That’s why I write.
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