The Neo-Globalist Theory

Luke Gray
Luke Gray

The future that lies ahead during "The Trump era" will be market by a new form of Globalism "Neo-Globalism" that is marked by Splendid Isolation-esqe relations between nations. That restrict migrant movement and put national values first but also emphasizes a strong bond between nations through global diplomacy. Trumpist America, East Asian countries, Russia, Syria, post-Brexit Britian and yes, even the heavy nationalist Israel. Will all play a big role in shaping neo-globalism. Syria must put fourth its place as the official nation of the Muslim peoples, Europe must assert itsrole in preserving its peoples, and America must assert its role as the nation of global moderation. Isolationism will eventually overtake interventionism.

This will contrast the classical globalist era, where we are living in right now. Which is market by a post-UN world, post-EU Europe less restrictions on the movement of peoples, and favors collectivism over individualism. And also favors interventionism over isolationism.

Discuss

Justin Sullivan
Justin Sullivan

fuck you

Liam Kelly
Liam Kelly

Thats weird. It sounds like a response my post-bot would come up with

Zachary Allen
Zachary Allen

Nations taking care of themselves but that doesn't prevent them to be friends.
Sounds great as long as they get along.
Is important to remember that nationalism caused the past two world wars, especially the first one, although globalism has really put us close to a third one by interfering where america isn't called. Like Vietnam and Syria, let the fuckers deal their own problems.

Cooper Jackson
Cooper Jackson

Is important to remember that nationalism caused the past two world wars
What a stark oversimplification. What caused the first two world wars was the fracturing of Germany as a global power into a weak and broken state, do to, what I would describe as "proto-globalist" meddling. What drove the Nazis into power is complicated, it was a rejection of local leftist-parties, the ideas of pan-Germanism, and so on, and goes back as far as the late 1800s Romanticist movement.

Aiden Allen
Aiden Allen

Fuck the sparks.
I'm talking why everyone decided to ride the bandwagon.

Colton Moore
Colton Moore

You have to understand the context of the times (because biased history books sure as fuck wont) The German peoples, often identified by their native languages and then later on verified through advances in understanding genetics at the time, were split into numerous states. They were spread between Germany itself, Austria, Poland, and so on. Believe it or not, the ideas of pan Germanism ran very deeply among the German peoples. It wasn't until the treaty of versailles shafted Germany itself that drove them to the breaking point. They felt as though global powers were all conspiring to keep them from being a superpower, and the Jews were their scapegoat

James Morgan
James Morgan

nationalism only caused those wars because it clashed with the globalists

Jaxon Walker
Jaxon Walker

"Neo-Globalism" that is marked by Splendid Isolation-esqe

You fucking retard.

Carson Cox
Carson Cox

6398553
spooks
opinion discarded

Colton Watson
Colton Watson

Sage sage negatedated

Aaron Peterson
Aaron Peterson

I agree

Austin Garcia
Austin Garcia

Nationalism is the absolute enemy of globalism, and globalism has had its way since the Trilateral Commission and the formation of the UN. It's only natural for it to throw all its might at Germany, arguably the greatest nationalist power in modern history, thus being the greatest threat to their power. The biggest concern they had was the spread of nationalism, and it always has been. We can see now in recent years that nationalism has been on a steady rise – the pendulum slowly swaying back towards nationalism from globalism despite their greatest efforts to resist it.

William Fisher
William Fisher

What.

Adam Wilson
Adam Wilson

Frankly I think this collectivist-globalist era sounds pretty good.

Henry Cox
Henry Cox

Nationalism was fingered by even the most unrepentant of nazis as the reason for their failure. see: Nurenburg.
Anti-globalisation and democracy mean isolation, which requires being self-sufficient, which for America is a stoner's dream.
Also, wars win elections and when nations fend for themselves, the big, the desperate and the crazy eat the small nations and become bigger, undermining democracy.
Isolationism isn't an option for america. we have so many enemies and so many powers wanting our clout that if we turn our cheek for a second, someone will blow us up.

Camden White
Camden White

Attacking America is suicide, don't be retarded. There's """nothing""" preventing independent nations from being diplomatic and forming coalitions.

Ryan Harris
Ryan Harris

Attacking America is suicide,
believing this is your achilles heel. in concert with the best of the rest of the world, america has failed to defeat every single opponent in military conflict, except granada, since ww2.

David Price
David Price

Nationalism to best

Don't be a fag,
This guy gets it

Samuel Murphy
Samuel Murphy

Not true at all. Recently in August this year an ex-CIA (a whistleblower) by the name of Jim Garrow helped confirm that North Korea did in fact attempt to fire a CZ-7 missile at America. Believe it or not, it was almost successful… had it not been for a 2 Star General with proper Tel Aviv connections we would have been nuked.

The US missile defense system (THAAD) glitched up before the US military could blow it out of the air. We had to rely on Israel's military to blow it our of the sky for us.

Matthew Gray
Matthew Gray

On a scary but factual note (do your research) the General who helped try to fix the glitch in the THAAD after that close-call event was "found dead" in his home a couple weeks later. The US Army has been investigating his death but has refused to comment to the public about any details to how or why he died.