If you oppose global government based on China, you’re now somehow labeled anti-semitic
The mainstream media now claims the term “globalist,” a political ideology not associated with race or religion, is “anti-semitic.”
The Huffington Post published the following, despite the fact that China serves as the bulwark of globalism in the Trump era:
The term “globalist” was used to describe an outgoing Trump administration official during Wednesday’s White House press briefing, raising eyebrows on social media because the term is increasingly used in xenophobic and anti-Semitic contexts.
The word came up when a reporter asked press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders whether a similar candidate will take the place of the outgoing director of President Donald Trump’s National Economic Council, Gary Cohn, who is Jewish.
The article basically debunked itself: President Trump is a committed anti-globalist, yet he has numerous Jews in his administration, including Cohn.
And remember, Trump is also the first president to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Contrast that with Obama, who outraged Israel over his lopsided deals with Iran and his reneged promise to recognize Israel’s capital.
“In 2008, then-Democratic candidate Barack Obama called Jerusalem the ‘capital of Israel,” reported ABC Australia. “But in his last press conference as President, Mr. Obama warned that moving the US embassy to Jerusalem could have ‘explosive’ results.”
Additionally, Israel is a nationalist nation, so how is it “anti-semitic” to promote nationalism?
In general, globalism signifies the reduction of national sovereignty in favor of centralized control by the global super elite.
Right now China, which has tried to practically vassalize its neighbors though the South China Sea dispute, is seen as the defender of globalism, especially after Xi Jinping became the first Chinese president invited to the World Economic Forum in 2017.
“Clearly it signals that Xi Jinping is now interested in writing both China and himself in a grander way on the global diplomatic horizon,” said Orville Schell, director of the Center on U.S.-China Relations at the Asia Society. “He feels it’s time to really come out.”
“Behind that probably is an assumption and wishful thinking that the U.S. is in disarray, Europe is feckless, and so on.”
“He’ll be received almost as the number one citizen at Davos,” Schell added.
In other words, Xi Jinping is considered the top globalist, so then how exactly is the term “globalist” anti-semitic, especially as globalism is increasingly based on the Chinese model?
Labeling opposition to Chinese-style globalism as “anti-semitic” just shows how desperate and pathetic the globalists really are.