Global Empire
The agenda of the globalist elite
Globalization encompasses three institutions: global financial markets and transnational companies, national governments linked to each other in economic and military alliances like for example the European Union and NATO, and rising global governments such as United Nations, World Trade Organization, World Health Organization, International Monetary Fund, and World Bank. Charles Derber said that these interacting institutions create a new global power system where sovereignty is globalized, taking power and constitutional authority away from nations and giving it to global markets and international bodies. These global institutions are run by the richest people on earth and the power elite, a collection of elite groups whose unifying ideals transcend geographical limitations. Globalization is an extension of imperialism which is fanatically propagandized by the power elite. Imperialism is defined as the policy, practice, or advocacy of extending the power and dominion of a nation especially by direct territorial acquisitions or by gaining indirect control over the political or economic life of other areas. Globalization is the new imperialism. Instead of the power elite of independent nations expanding their power we see power elite of different nations combine their power in international or supranational entities in order to control larger parts of the world. For example the power elite of the IMF lend fiat money to countries, indebt those countries and thus gain power over those countries. The governments of those countries are forced to use taxpayer money to repay that borrowed money with interest. That fiat money was created from nothing by the power elite in control of the global financial system. See also dependency theory and neocolonialism.
Multinational corporations abuse cheap labour and inhumane laws in countries like China and India to give a boost to their profit by exploiting those country's resources and people. Frédéric Bastiat rightly said that When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men in a society, over the course of time they create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it. Thanks to globalization the corporate states of the power elite are now more powerful than most nations. Nation states become puppet states under the power of the corporate states and the international organizations run by these unelected power elite. Around 2010 we see that 41 of the world's 100 largest economies are corporations. In 2016 we see that about 71 of the world's 100 largest economies are corporations. With the rise of power of these entities we also see the rise of extreme inequality in the world. The slogan of for example the World Economic Forum, a meeting place for the power elite where they discuss their desired globalization, is Committed to improving the state of the world. But for whom? Growing extreme inequality explains best how beneficial these global institutions are for themselves and for the world's richest people they represent. Timothy Parsons rightly explained that Imperial conquerors have tried to hide their naked self-interest by promising to rule for the good of their subjects. This was and always will be a cynical and hypocritical canard. Beneath the self-justifying rhetoric of benevolent paternalism and cultural superiority lay economic exploitation and the desire for power.
The logic of modern economic development has redirected critical discourse on globalisation from a critique of the self-regulating nation-state to a more intensified focus on the role of transnational and multinational entities (MNEs) in promoting global economic disequilibrium (Rhoads and Torres 2005b). ... International economic integration through regionally based trading blocks, migratory patterns of a new mobile labor force, expansion of technological capabilities that place international transactions in real time, and elevated levels of foreign investment all serve as prima facie evidence of a new economic world order that positions multinational corporate interests above those of the nation-state.
A puppet state is a state that is supposedly independent but is in fact completely dependent upon an outside power. It is nominally sovereign but effectively controlled by a foreign or otherwise alien power, for reasons such as financial interests. Globalization shifts power from the nations' people into the hands of the power elite who run powerful international organizations. This globalization is in essence against sovereignty and against democracy.
I'll bet that within the next hundred years, nationhood as we know it will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single, global authority. ... The Cold War also saw the European Community pioneer the kind of regional cohesion that may pave the way for globalism. Meanwhile, the free world formed multilateral financial institutions that depend on member states' willingness to give up a degree of sovereignty. The International Monetary Fund can virtually dictate fiscal policies, even including how much tax a government should levy on its citizens. The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade regulates how much duty a nation can charge on imports. These organizations can be seen as the protoministries of trade, finance and development for a united world.
Strobe Talbott was a globalist and member of the Brookings Institution which is sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. It is one of the countless so-called "think tanks" used by the elite to influence world events in favor of the richest people on earth. He was also a member of the Democratic Party while globalization and democracy are in essence incompatible.
For example Barack Obama's final speech at the United Nations is an example of how so-called leaders of sovereign nations promote globalization as something great while in reality it is anti-democratic and takes away sovereignty and self-determination of the nations they are supposed to represent. This comes down to globalization propaganda and it shows that the political elite are under the control of the power elite higher in the hierarchy of power. Already in 2002 Kofi Annan, former Secretary-General of the United Nations, said that arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity. Globalization is the iron will of the power elite and their goal is world government.