Friday, September 02, 2016

Elite to Meet, Worried about Anti-Globalism at G20 Summit

By Douglas V. Gibbs
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It turns out that breaking away from big, globalist-style unions is a good thing.  Brexit (Britain's Exit from the European Union) was accompanied by warnings of the dire impact such a move could have on the world economy, and the British economy.  However, time has proven the naysayers to be false prophets.  While the immediate drop of the value of the British Pound had some of the globalists screaming "See?", the return to a free market economy unencumbered by ties to the European Union has proven to be a prosperous thing for the United Kingdom.

Tourism is up.  Domestic spending is up.  Manufacturing and home sales are also in the "good" column.

When the Brexit vote was going on, President Obama threatened Britain that they'd go to the back of the line when it came to trade.  But, it was an idiotic bluff.  Britain is a major trade partner, and the U.S. is showing no signs of changing any of that.  Neither his Germany, or any of Britain's other trade partners.

Gone, now, is the European Union's demand that Britain take in low-wage Eastern European workers.

The leftist globalists warned of massive spending cuts, as the country loses EU subsidies on everything from farming to university research. But it’s an indisputable fact that Britain gives more money — $12 billion — than it gets back from the European Union each year.

After Brexit finally gets finalized in the upcoming span of time, Britain will be free to spend that money it was sending to Europe as it likes.

Sure, Britain isn't exactly going through an economic boom.  Britain still has problems. Like the United States, it still depends on cheap credit to get people to buy houses and spend money.  Unless the government pulls way back out of the free market, another recession is on its way.

The real news about Brexit not destroying Britain is that it is sending a message to other countries that individualism, national sovereignty, and independence from the global system is a good thing.  Internationalism is not necessarily necessary.  We can have a world with borders, and individual economies.  And it is scaring the globalist cartel to death.

The 2016 G20 Summit will be held September 4-5.  The Hangzhou summit will be the eleventh G20 meeting.  This year the globalist summit will be held in the city of Hangzhou, Zhejiang, just south of Shanghai, China.  Their number one concern and topic?  You got it.  How to deal with the rising anti-globalist sentiment in the world, partially fueled by Britain's "independence day" (as Nigel Farage called it).

As the G20 globalists argue over how to deal with the nasty little chink in their armor called "individualism," George Soros has his own plans on how to force the United States into a more acceptable model. A leaked document from George Soros’s Open Society Foundations exposes the billionaire’s level of involvement in attempting to build what his organization describes as a “national movement” to reform local police forces across the U.S. The reform largely consists of federal guidelines for local police forces.  In other words, a federalized police system based on foreign "police state" ideas.

Global bankers have their own concerns.  Their Keynesian policies have backed them into a corner.  Central control of economies have left us with a worldwide epidemic of low growth, low inflation and low interest rates.  The global bankers are complaining that low wage earners in the form of immigrants are not being let into Japan, so their production is low (based on the globalist's mindset).  The U.S. and Europe are also not fully cooperating.  The claim is more structural changes need to be made to increase production and growth.

The reality is, the global banker's own policies have stymied all of the world's economies.  Economies stall when only based on consumer driven models.  Without a free market where the governments back off and reduce their hostility, regulations, and heavy taxation against producers, allowing the supply side of economics to take the lead, this kind of stagnation was inevitable.

While the bankers say the level of confidence is the primary key, reality and history states that government simply getting the heck out of the way will encourage economic growth and productivity.

While they have flooded the economies of the world with case, which actually has deflated the value of currencies, they have done little to encourage ingenuity, innovation, and good ol' entrepreneurial risk taking.

What we are seeing is no accident, anyway.  The great reformers are communists, and theirs is a purposeful, by design, collapse of the economies of the world in an attempt to redistribute the wealth, and make them all "equal" in their search for "economic justice."

It's an old trick, and an evil agenda.
KGB Bezmenov 1985 - Four Steps to Subversion of a Nation

-- Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary

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