The globalist Establishment must be even more concerned now with Republican frontrunner, Donald J. Trump.
The magnate issued two explicit warnings on Monday regarding two of the most obscure and out of control organizations in the planet: NATO and the United Nations.
On the UN, Trump clearly pointed out its weaknesses and its irrelevance as well as its complicity in many of the disastrous foreign policy decisions adopted by the international community.
Meanwhile, on NATO Trump correctly pointed out its irrelevance while recognizing that the time for the US to be the policeman of the world -via NATO- should be over rather soon.
Trump launched another important implicit message about peace, or lack thereof, in the Middle East. He clearly sided in favor of peace and of an agreement between Palestinians and Jews, but without the direct intervention of the UN or the United States.
According to Trump, the negotiation between the Jewish State and the Palestinian leadership needs to be forged by the two parts and no one else.
The Republican candidate also disavowed the Iranian State and reminded anyone who listened to him that if elected president, he will deal with Iran in a more straightforward manner.
In addition to presenting a small group of people who are part of a larger entourage of advisers, Trump took his opportunity before a packed sports arena in Washington, D.C, to assure people that a Trump presidency will end the nonsense that has governed over international affairs for decades.
Donald Trump is not only an outsider, but he is also a man with a very clear vision of what the United States and the world need to be like in the present to establish the foundation of the way the world can be in the future. Trump’s vision is opposite to the one imposed by Elitist and corporate interests.
Perhaps the most concerning point that globalists have learned about Trump is his commitment to turn the United States into a non-interventionist force. Instead, he proposes that the US concentrates its efforts on strengthening from the inside out, rebuilding the local economy and the decaying infrastructure.
For that, Trump has been clear that the United States will not offer protection to its allies for free. Countries like South Korea, Germany and other NATO partners, assuming that the US remains as part of the alliance, will have to pay the US for their protection.
“South Korea is very rich, great industrial country, and yet we’re not reimbursed fairly for what we do,” Trump said. “We’re constantly sending our ships, sending our planes, doing our war games — we’re reimbursed a fraction of what this is all costing.”
Trump’s intention of renegotiating trade deals in a bilateral basis is already well-known by the public. Globalist-controlled trade treaties seem to have no space in a future Trump presidency, which is why agreements such as NAFTA, CAFTA, GATT and the TPP may be seeing their last days, should Donald become US president.
“I watched as we built schools in Iraq and they’re blown up. We build another one, we get blown up. We rebuild it three times and yet we can’t build a school in Brooklyn. We have no money for education because we can’t build in our own country. At what point do you say, ‘Hey, we have to take care of ourselves?’ So, I know the outer world exists and I’ll be very cognizant of that. But at the same time, our country is disintegrating, large sections of it, especially the inner cities.”
While talking about America’s wasteful interventions abroad, Trump explained how priorities will work during his presidency.
“Ukraine is a country that affects us far less than it affects other countries in NATO, and yet we’re doing all of the lifting,” Trump said. “They’re not doing anything. And I say: ‘Why is it that Germany’s not dealing with NATO on Ukraine? Why is it that other countries that are in the vicinity of Ukraine, why aren’t they dealing? Why are we always the one that’s leading, potentially the third world war with Russia.’ “
On the challenges presented by other world powers such as Russia nad China, Trump explained his thoughts in a business-like manner.
“China has got unbelievable ambitions,” Trump said. “China feels very invincible. We have rebuilt China. They have drained so much money out of our country that they’ve rebuilt China. Without us, you wouldn’t see the airports and the roadways and the bridges. The George Washington Bridge [in New York], that’s like a trinket compared to the bridges that they build in China. We don’t build anymore. We had our day.”
Perhaps this is the main difference between Donald Trump and the rest of the presidential hopefuls. He sees the world in a very different way than his predecessors and current rivals. While most politicians that are elected take advantage of their position to fill their pockets with money while eroding liberty and freedom everywhere, Trump sees the world as a business playground full of opportunities to make deals and get along with everyone. What else could be more dangerous than that for the power Elite?