The Great Wall of Donald Trump: ""When I use a word," Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, "it means just what I choose it to mean--neither more nor less." "The question is," said Alice, "whether you can make words mean so many different things." "The question is," said Humpty Dumpty, "which is to be master--that's all."
Here is what zerohedge said during the campaign about Trump's "globalism".....
".....even the New York Times uses the term globalists to describe these elitists.
At one time you would have been considered a conspiracy theorist if you spoke of globalists, but at this point the elite are not even trying to put up a facade any longer.
Donald Trump made opposition to globalism one of the central themes of his campaign, and it really struck a chord all across America. As Dr. Jim Garlow noted in an article that went viral just before the election, Trump's opposition to globalism was one of the key things that set him apart from Hillary Clinton"
"Trump opposes globalism. Hillary thrives on it. Globalism is far more than geographical or eliminating national borders and boundaries. It is spiritual and demonic at its core. Few--very few--understand this. This is quite likely one of the main reasons why Trump is hated."
Below are headlines that highlighted his fight against globalism.Trump vs. Hillary Is Nationalism vs. Globalism, 2016/nationalinterest.org.
"Hey, I'm a nationalist and a globalist," President Trump said. "I'm both. And I'm the only one who makes the decision, believe me."
Like Bush II, who called himself the decider (and yet was controlled by Cheney and others), Trump is The Decider, a word that invokes The Dictator.
For a man who has businesses in 22 nations using slave labor in China, Bangladesh, Honduras, etc and who has loans from Turkey, China, and other nations, this is an admission that should surprise no one. Nor is his denial that his decisions to reverse course on NAFTA, NATO, and other issues shocking for a man who has talked out of both sides of his mouth all his life.Nor is it surprising that he is denying that his reversals on key positions are based on outside influences. Nor is it bewildering that he is proclaiming that he is a dictator, "the only one who makes the decisions, believe me."
And why should we not believe a man who ran a campaign based on lies, such as that our most law-abiding population (undocumented immigrants, with a 99.9% lower murder rate than US citizens) is composed of criminals and rapists, that he could be believed because "I am self-funding (90% of his general election funding was from outside sources, including huge contributions by billionaires that led to position reversals (e.g. Adelson on Israel)).
Donald Trump has surprised us so many times we are bored by his surprises.
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