What is the problem with globalism?Submitted by PzldPtrt on Mon, 09/15/2008 - 13:58
Hi everyone. I don't post a ton here, but I browse almost every day. I've been "libertarian" since 2004, and discovered Ron Paul about one year ago and never looked back since. I believe he is spot-on with almost all of his positions, and is really way ahead of his time (contrary to what others might say).
At this point I am leaning hard towards voting for Chuck Baldwin in November. I think he is closest to Dr. Paul in his views, and I believe that he has integrity. He is very outspoken against the NWO and has made it clear that he'd support a new investigation into 9/11, which no matter where you stand on that topic, you should be in favor of if you are truly a supporter of freedom.
This quote by Baldwin was very interesting, and leads to my question. It goes something like this: "Todays battle isn't between Republicans and Democrats or Consevatives and Liberals, it's between Americans and globalists".
Now, I understand this, and I understand that Obama and McCain are globalists. My problem is that I had someone ask me the other day, "what's wrong with globalism?", and I had difficulty answering that question except to say that globalists don't have the best interests of America in mind.
How would you best articulate this?