“It is mentally ill and sick to buy into this manufactured hype.”
“Everything is going to hell in a hand basket.”
“We are a degenerate society crumbling.”
“You better learn history! The globalist social engineers look at you and how pathetic you are. The whole world is waiting to see where LeBron James goes. The social controllers look at you and see how you are obsessed with LeBron James. We’ve got a bunch of schmucks right where we want them. Let’s destroy their society.”
I was sitting back pondering about culture and globalization and business. You know how some anti-globalization advocates argue that individual nation states should not go with the flow of current modernist, commercial, and economic trends? That these nation states have sovereignty over “global” trends? At what point should we stop respecting culture? In a sense Western business is culture-jamming others countries with our consumerist nonsense. How do we (or should we) balance international business and economic affairs while respecting culture or disrespecting culture? For example, should McDonald’s have gone into France even if the French don’t want our shit? Should we be open economically and culturally to our global brothers and sisters or should we cut ourselves off and just deal locally? There’s no denying that businesses are playing on a “global” field as the textbooks and pundits call it. Is that always a bad thing? Somebody (you know who you are) once told me that we should trade guitars for apples and live in a moneyless society. True story. Ask yourself these questions. It’s interesting.
The global elites have made great strides to realizing their full agenda, including:
*** The creation and control of central banks around the world — including our own Federal Reserve — which manipulates money supplies, causes runaway inflation, and keeps the wealth in the hands of their chosen few while the middle class is destroyed;
*** Control of the United Nations, which uses its power to destroy U.S. sovereignty through claims on our lands, our tax dollars and radical environmental restrictions aimed at crippling our industries and trade;
*** Their North American Union scheme to economically and politically merge America with Canada and Mexico through illegal immigration and “trilateral agreements” to further erode our national sovereignty for the benefit of multinational corporations;
*** Instigating and fomenting conflicts around the world, stretching our national defenses to the breaking point, while demanding military action be followed with “nation building” to rebuild what our government just destroyed.