November 09, 2016

Globalists react to Trump victory

Faith GoldyArchive

In voting for President-elect Donald J Trump, America cast a ballot against globalism. 

As the only candidate who criticized unfair trade deals, faraway legislative bodies, and unaccountable figures of authority, Trump's skepticism of the false chorus of globalism is no secret to the gatekeepers of the current world order.

In Delhi on the day of America's historic election, I take you behind the scenes of the World Health Organization's COP7 with reaction from big government busy-bodies — the very people Trump has promised to dethrone.

And I weigh in with my own thoughts on this bright new chapter in the world's history.

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commented 2016-11-11 22:54:51 -0500
2 Timothy 3: 1-5 But mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days. 2 People will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, proud, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, 3 without love, unforgiving, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not lovers of the good, 4 treacherous, rash, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God— 5 having a form of godliness but denying its power. Have nothing to do with such people.

This seems appropriate right now…
commented 2016-11-11 22:52:47 -0500
I am going to wait for a couple of weeks until all the emotional crap has settled down. If it doesn’t bad things are going to happen….
commented 2016-11-11 17:54:36 -0500

“One day a King will come and the sword will rise again”

Goldy, the Sword has risen. A King has come. The people have chosen their champion.

commented 2016-11-10 22:46:39 -0500
Watching the MSM especially the CBC and all the SJW babies that still have their mother’s tit whining and wailing and literally having temper tantrums like 3 year olds during their profanity laced “protests” is like one long intense orgasm for me. I am in absolute ecstasy watching this charade.
commented 2016-11-10 02:05:27 -0500
Globalist influence will start to diminish as political changes take place. Brexit, Trump and I think France maybe next with LaPenne and in the future Wilders in Holland and I can’t see Merkel getting reelected. So it will happen and we can only hope that the EU will collapse, when that occurs the world will be well on its way to eliminating the other global threat, Islam. I can’t wait for the swearing in next January, go Trump.
commented 2016-11-10 01:49:21 -0500
John S more complete BS from you, you pathetically make up your own definition of things to falsely label others, you are pathetic.
commented 2016-11-10 00:04:44 -0500
No Glen… That’s correct you cannot fire them but you can bench them indefinitely.!!
commented 2016-11-09 22:29:35 -0500
Donald Trump is a realist and will deal with issues and problems realistically.

Faith, your sigh said it all…maybe, just maybe we have a chance to wake up and do something about the hell we’re creating in Canada.
commented 2016-11-09 22:16:04 -0500
The left is losing its shit. I’M Loving it.
commented 2016-11-09 21:49:18 -0500
Since we started globalizing our economy the relative earnings of the average Canadian has dropped year after year.
commented 2016-11-09 21:43:23 -0500
John Siciliano has a distorted definition of globalism if he associates sovereigntists with globalism -and he has an even more distorted concept if he paints all right of center voters as aligned with party politics.

Foolish and infantile assumptions.
commented 2016-11-09 21:01:08 -0500
John Siciliano said, "But Conservatives in Canada are the biggest globalists of all think about it. They are for TPP, global wars, NATO, Monsanto and Trump is much of the same except for rewriting NAFTA. Other than that, he supports corporate tax cuts which were tried here and failed, and he supports war as well. "

Just like a socialist, you redefine the word you want to rally against and then go into your diatribe against your straw man.

Globalism is as it applies to the socialists is a no-borders one world centralised socialist dictatorship government.

TPP – Trade with the world is not globalism because national borders and national government are maintained.

global wars – Harper was only maintained Canada’s commitment to NATO, which was negotiated long ago … by a Liberal government, btw. corporate tax cuts – They did not actually fail. You are either uniformed or lying. Corporate tax cuts have always 1) attracted investment in the jurisdiction that provides the tax cuts and 2) increases economic activity which in turn increases the tax base for the government.
commented 2016-11-09 20:14:45 -0500
Saved it from becoming The White Whorehouse
commented 2016-11-09 19:22:59 -0500
Congratulation Mr. Trump. Hire some good advisors. Were I not Canadian, I would consider throwing my hat in the ring as well. Regards.
commented 2016-11-09 19:14:14 -0500
Speaking of reacting Globalists and the heady fragrance of the masses of exploded liberal heads mingling with a kind of sour reek of abject elitist fear wafting in the gentle breeze, in regard to President Trump’s – and the people’s – victory, there seems to be a dearth of trolls here on THEREBEL today…Gee, I wonder why? Remember how fat and gloaty they were back in October 2016 after the Media Party and friends shoehorned Justin into the PMO illegally…
Light and hope begins to return with the election of Donald Trump as POTUS, as our President, the People’s President, and I mean the people of the world!
…so obviously there’s going to be some major pushback from the enemy, foreign, domestic and global enemies!
A perusal of the headlines today belies any change in the Globalists and their allies the MSM’s hatred and willingness to lie and demonize Trump, and I suppose the rest of us deplorables…that’s OK because it’s time to drain the swamp…and we have your names!
commented 2016-11-09 19:12:17 -0500
@john Siciliano…there is no such thing as taxing corporations….ALL costs of doing business get passed on to the consumer….that is business 101.
commented 2016-11-09 18:55:44 -0500
But Conservatives in Canada are the biggest globalists of all think about it. They are for TPP, global wars, NATO, Monsanto and Trump is much of the same except for rewriting NAFTA. Other than that, he supports corporate tax cuts which were tried here and failed, and he supports war as well.

The establishment in Canada and the US are free traders and for globalization.

Globalism is part of the mainstream and anti-globalists are for protectionism, and Trump is no protectionist in the way that anti-free trade parties truly are.

Think about the BNP party. Think about the Canadian Action party. Think about National Front. Those are real protectionist parties.
commented 2016-11-09 18:21:28 -0500
Faith, a “fractured and disconnected form of government”. Faith, can you say " totalitarianism"?
commented 2016-11-09 16:20:34 -0500
@faith Goldy…elected officials do not run bureaucracies…appointed bureaucrats do. No point marvelling at this…that’s just the way it is.

In 25 years at VAC only once did I see a deputy minister get fired (discretely) for saying to the elected minister…“Look, I run the department, you just make speeches”

Changes in who the minister was were like calendars…the picture on the wall was there for a little time….always eventually got replaced…rarely made much of a lasting impact.

Donald Trump’s biggest obstacle is not the elected officials who don’t see eye to eye with him….it is the appointees who have no fear or dread of him whatsoever….it’s just not like an episode of the Apprentice….he cannot just say “your fired” …no matter how much they might deserve it.
commented 2016-11-09 16:14:22 -0500
They have not come to term with the fact that Trump will shake up the UN establishment.
commented 2016-11-09 15:55:26 -0500
I agree with what you said. U.S. definitely needed a change after 8 years under Obama. Unfortunately Canada got a change too, but so far it’s not looking so good for us.
commented 2016-11-09 15:23:50 -0500
First Brexit, then Cameron, now Trump, next Hollande, and after that potato head Merkel.
commented 2016-11-09 15:16:24 -0500
well shit..I’m on the pavement, thinking about the government…Better jump down a manhole, light yourself a candle…
commented 2016-11-09 14:33:50 -0500
I get a kick out of all those American celebs threatening to move to Canada. What are we-Hollywood’s safe space? Most of them couldn’t even find us on a map. Why don’t they just move to Mexico? They could at least stay warm while they cry on each other’s shoulders. And no lack of domestic labour to clean their new homes. On the bright side maybe it will be a good time to pick up a cheap Beverly Hills mansion. Or they can set up a citizen exchange program. I’ll sign up.
commented 2016-11-09 14:29:04 -0500
Imagine by John Lennon is the globalist, cultural marxist theme song
commented 2016-11-09 14:05:18 -0500
Like many here, I’m sure, I am very much hoping that Trump can make at least some of his promises and intentions happen.

1. The Auto sector – If Trump really does tear up NAFTA and avoid any further agreements about free trade, simply applying it to how and where vehicles are made, and their parts, he could very quickly bring back American manufacturing to Detroit and many other states. Just by applying tariffs to foreign made parts, and ensuring that both parts and assembly must be IN AMERICA and are MADE OF American parts (at least a certain percentage of those parts), that would be one highly effective and relatively fast way to return some good paying jobs to the people that supported him, and need those jobs the most.

Trump DOES have his hands full trying to make things happen the way that he’s planning, and even the Republican Houses aren’t just going to let him push every little thing he wants through, whether it’s what the people want or not, whether he has the mandate or not.

I just hope that he is about to push the changes that America needs to bring prosperity back to those that need it most. If he can somehow bring the ‘Rust Belt’ back to life, he’ll be so popular among his supporters that he’d be a shoe-in for another term.
commented 2016-11-09 13:28:27 -0500
Faith, I would rephrase that for the learning impaired left – it was certainly crony-capitalist globalism which was rejected but in a larger sense, what we brand as “globalism” is this insideous agenda left wing parties have to push their nations into a “post nationalist” global governing model.

This what Brexit was about, what the Trump victory was about and what is driving rebellion in the EU nations is a rejection of dismantling national sovereignty and catering to people outside the nation while ignoring the indigenous electorate- we have this insidious anti-nationalist agenda installed in Canada right now – believe me it won’t last. Either Trudeau tones down his post nationalist rhetoric or he will loose a lot of support from nationalists.
commented 2016-11-09 12:50:27 -0500
The globalists are running for cover today! Let’s hope that President Trump destroys their plans for world domination.
commented 2016-11-09 12:50:18 -0500
FAITH , I know that you " get it " , but I like the the way you present " getting it " to the new comers that are peeking in at this site
commented 2016-11-09 12:22:15 -0500
Globalists lunatics like chancellor merkel & president hollande are soiling their pants (so is turdo, I am sure)
Here’s what merkel said in her statement: "Trump should uphold the “values of democracy, freedom, and respect for the law and the dignity of man, independent of origin, skin colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or political views. I offer the next President of the United States close cooperation on the basis of these values.”

President hollande: "This American election opens a period of uncertainty. So many things are at stake: world peace, the global war on terror, relations with the Middle East. “A Trump presidency could have a negative impact on international economic relations and global security.”

These are the words of delusion elites who fear their ‘Utopian world’ is going to collapse soon.