For years, those warning of the perils and pitfalls of a New World Order global governance and its effect on American sovereignty and freedom have been painted as conspiracy theorists, tin foil hat-wearers, loony birds without benefit of brains. But the so-called conspiracists are right.
Globalists are real. Elitist power-players hungering for America’s resources are real. Billionaire and millionaire types seeking to spread their influences, leave their marks, exert their controls and, in the end, win their agendas — even to the point of foisting their agendas — are real.
They’re not figments of imaginations. Neither are the dangers they present to America and to America’s freedoms.
In a February essay for World Politics Review posted in part at the Council on Foreign Relations website, Stewart M. Patrick, the James H. Binger senior fellow in Global Governance and the director of the International Institutions and Global Governance Program at CFR, wondered with this title: “Can Trump’s Successor Save the Liberal International Order?”
The “liberal international order” that Trump has “disparage[d] and dismantle[d],” Patrick went on to write.