"...the fundamental flaw in globalism is that
while you can create a global financial system,
easily, and a global economic system with some difficulty,
but you can do it: We never created a global government;
a global democracy; a global method for people to govern
themselves, because we never stopped to get rid of the
dictatorships in Russia, China, and 2 dozen other countries
that were prominent players in the global economy,
but that didn't allow their people any freedom or any democracy."
"And the result is that we end up having our decisions
made for us by countries, only some of whom are
democratic. And those decisions are very often against
the interests of freedom; against the interests of
democracy, and just unfair. That's why Britain left the
European Union. (I've worked for Brexit, as you know.)...
because, fundamentally, there was no democracy in the
European Union. And the British wanted to be governed
by a democracy. France may follow suit."
"The United States has turned away from the World
Trade Organization and the Pacific Rim Initiative and
other stuff, because until we solve that problem of how
you incorporate the people's view, not just the banker's view,
not just the economist's view, not just the expert's view, but
the people's view, the world population will be suspect of globalism, and rightly so." Dick Morris
The more layers of government and bureaucracies, the less democracy and less liberty. Free speech is one of the first things to go. Europe does not have free speech, nor Canada. For globalists, free speech is a threat. This is seen played out in public on today's university campuses, where globalists (and groups funded by globalists) have no respect for free speech, to the point of speech codes, dress codes (appropriation), to the point of using organized thugs...(who supports these masked thugs? Soros?)...to violently shut down speaking events in America, on university campuses.