Source – paulcraigroberts.org
– “…Herland attributes Trump’s demonization to his attack on the globalists with his slogan of “America First.” Globalists want weak nation states, not America great again. Weak nation states are easily dominated by global corporations. Borderless countries are weak; thus, globalism’s support for mass immigration”
Donald Trump may be the most demonized president in US history. Why? Because he challenges the globalist elite, who also own the media. With his “America First” slogan, he has launched a battle on the globalist leaders who, for decades, have benefitted from outsourcing jobs and wealth to China. Amid the now-infamous Corona scandal, Black Lives Matter riots, and Marxist revolution, Trump seeks to reinstate law, order, and national sovereignty in the United States. He hopes to rekindle the respect for the Constitution and the historic, traditional values that founded the nation. Will he succeed?
Hanne Nabintu Herland is a Scandinavian historian of comparative religions, bestselling author, and columnist at World Net Daily. She is the founder of The Herland Report news and opinion website, which provides independent analysis from leading Western intellectuals as well as ground-breaking YouTube interviews, cutting through the mainstream media rhetoric.http://www.hannenabintuherland.com
Trump’s Battle for America – By Paul Craig Roberts
Hanne Herland, propriator of the European Herland Report has just published Trump: The Battle for America
Herland attributes Trump’s demonization to his attack on the globalists with his slogan of “America First.” Globalists want weak nation states, not America great again. Weak nation states are easily dominated by global corporations. Borderless countries are weak; thus, globalism’s support for mass immigration.
By moving first world jobs offshore, global corporations have taken opportunity away from the working class. Consequently there has been a decline in discretionary consumer income and corresponding decline in aggregate demand, thereby limiting first world economic growth. Initially central banks were able to substitute a rise in consumer debt for the missing income growth in order to sustain economic activity. Today debt burdens are so high that further support for aggregate demand from consumer debt is not possible.
Trump was elected by the economically disenfranchised working class—“the Trump deplorables,” as Hillary Clinton termed them. They want the jobs and opportunities back that the global corporations stole from them. That is what Trump means by making America great again.
Clearly, this is not what the globalists want.