Not since Ronald Reagan has a U.S. president so boldly become such a major irritant and annoyance to globalists by putting "America First: European countries reportedly are feeling the sting, and the once-budding romance during the Barack Obama apology tours looks like it is headed for a breakup under Pres. Donald Trump.
"European diplomats complain that Washington has shown little interest in working with them to address global crises and appears indifferent to the prospect of going it alone on the international stage," according to one French media outlet. "A European diplomat complained that the U.S. 'treats us like the Chinese."
Since Trump entered office, the U.S. has pulled out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Paris agreement on climate change, Iran nuclear deal, UN Human Rights Council, and UN Arms Trade Treaty.
'We will never surrender America's sovereignty to an unelected, unaccountable, global bureaucracy. America is governed by Americans. We reject the ideology of globalism and we embrace the doctrine of patriotism," Trump told the United Nations General Assembly in 2018. The President rightly has called the U.S. the "envy of the world: touting record numbers in the U.S. economy.
Whether he realizes it or not, the President is engaged in a centuries-old struggle with a plot designed to destroy America's greatness that is funded by prominent international bankers.
Throughout the 1800s, the idea of globalism was a desire to unite English-speaking people of the world and to create a commonwealth of nations controlled by an elite, English-speaking aristocracy. This conquest would result in a deep concentration of world financial power in the hands of the few. This idyllic New World Order was backed and promoted by wealthy international banking houses (such as the Rothschilds and Rockefellers) and the societies (Illuminati and Freemasons) they created--but the U.S. and its rise to greatness has stood in the way.
As far back as the Civil War, these elitists have attempted to seize the U.S. economy through establishing central banks, provoking and financing wars; manipulating recessions and depressions; and infiltrating and influencing the American political system. Several...