(Natural News)—There is growing public and even national backlash against globalism, so much so that the globalist-controlled Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), which boasts members like former Saddleback Church “pastor” Rick Warren, is making moves to crack down on these anti-globalist sentiments.
In case you did not know, the CFR is America’s foreign policy think tank. It is a long-established deep state kingpin that holds an obscene amount of power over national and global affairs, including over the U.S. State Department. The CFR also works in tandem with other deep state entities such as the Bilderberg group and the Trilateral Commission.
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This past week, the CFR published a video in which Peter Trubowitz discussed what he believes are the reasons for the current rise in anti-globalism in Western countries and what it means for both the current and emerging world orders.
Trubowitz is a professor of international relations and director of the Phelan U.S. Centre at the London School of Economics, as well as an associate fellow at Chatham House. Chatham House is also known as the Royal Institute for International Affairs, and it plays a key role in the United Kingdom’s deep state apparatus.
Recognizing the current turn to “economic nationalism,” James M. Lindsay, senior vice president, director of studies, and Maurice R. Greenberg chair at the CFR, asked Trubowitz why he believes it is important to try to salvage the current international order, also known as the rules-based order.
“In the nineties when the U.S. and other Western democracies embraced what economists call hyper-globalisation [they] made a huge bet on supernationalism,” Trubowitz responded. “In opposition is frustration with the sovereignty costs that supernationalism entails.”
“We’re not going to be able to go back to the post-war, World War II, liberal international order. And those who are pining for it, I think are kind of barking up the wrong tree. What we need to do is to re-imagine the relationship between foreign and domestic policies.”
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Globalism is destroying the world
One day after this interview with Lindsay and Trubowitz took place, Kristalina Georgieva, managing director at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) talked about the same subject at the CFR’s Stephen C. Freidheim Symposium on Global Economics with CFR President Michael Froman.
Before joining the IMF, Georgieva worked as CEO of the World Bank. Before that, she was European Commission Vice President for Budget and Human Resources, during which time she played an instrumental role in developing the agenda of the European Union (EU).
Stating that she believes the global economy is performing much better than economists at the IMF and elsewhere expected for a time such as this, Georgieva denied that there are any problems economically – at least for the rich.
“We have gone through unthinkable events – COVID, then Russia’s war in Ukraine, then the cost-of-living crisis, now a very serious crisis in the Middle East,” Georgieva stated. “And yet, we are not experiencing a dramatic economic shock.”
There are, though, things that keep Georgieva up at night, including the prospect of slow global economic growth over the medium term. Right now, growth predictions in this timeframe are estimated to be around three percent, which is lower than the 3.8 percent pre-“pandemic” average.
“Secondly, what worries us even more than that is a very dangerous divergence that is taking place in the world economy,” Georgieva added.
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Some countries, including the U.S., seem to be performing a lot better than other countries.
“As this divergence accumulates, what we should fear is not only economic trouble but also security trouble.”
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