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Our nation’s future does not belong to globalists

America Is Quickly Coming to a Decision Point

Our future does not belong to globalists. The future belongs to sovereign and independent nations. America, like every nation, is responsible to protect their citizens. Nations must respect their neighbors. It is necessary nations honor the differences that make each country special and unique.

One world government is communism, socialism, progressivism

As voters, we need to think about our belief structure. The communists and socialists in our government are all globalists. We allowed them into our government. Are we going to allow them to become a majority? We must exercise them if we are going to retain our country. The president went to the UN this week to deliver a dose of truth. Here are some of his thoughts. Please, give them a read. See where you line up with respect to the message he delivered.

American principles and values in practice

Our goal is not to go with these endless wars, wars that never end. The United States does not seek conflict with any other nation. We desire peace, cooperation, and mutual gain with all. But we will never fail to defend America’s interests. Our President’s first allegiance is to America and its citizens. His actions in office are aligned with those statements.


International trade under the WTO is a global initiative gone wrong. That is particularly true with respect to China. World leaders have been looking the other way too long. China has broken its promises to reform its trade policies. China declined to adopt promised reforms. Accountability must be reestablished.

China has embraced an economic model, dependent on market barriers. It employs heavy state subsidies, currency manipulation, product dumping and forced technology transfers. China sanctions the theft of intellectual property and also trade secrets on a grand scale. The U.S. has led the way in trying to uphold the rule of law in multilateral trade.

The United States will no longer be suckered by China’s disregard for the rule of law. Hong Kong needs the U.S. “carefully monitoring the situation… The world fully expects that the Chinese government will honor its binding treaty…” The treaty was a Chinese agreement with the British. The United Nations registers it. In it, China commits to protecting Hong Kong’s freedom, legal system and democratic ways of life.


The Iranian regime is one of the “greatest security threats facing peace-loving nations.” Their “bloodlust” should not be subsidized by other nations. “The regime is squandering the nation’s wealth and future in a fanatical quest for nuclear weapons and the means to deliver them…”

America was right to withdraw from the nuclear deal with Iran. We withdrew because of fundamental flaws. It fails to deal with Iran’s ballistic missile program. It does not allow for unfettered international inspections at significant sites.

“As long as Iran’s menacing behavior continues, sanctions will not be lifted, they will be tightened…” Iran’s recent attacks against Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities for which credible evidence supports Iranian complicity are evidence of its intentions. America is quickly coming to a decision point. Our nation’s future does not belong to globalists.