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Financial Times: Globalism Is Dying, Even Though It’s the Better Choice

from The Daily Bell:

The tide of globalisation is turning Trade liberalisation has stalled and one can see a steady rise in protectionist measures … Has the tide of globalisation turned? This is a vitally important question. The answer is closely connected to the state of the world economy and the west’s politics. – Financial Times

This article present a lot of positives surrounding “globalism,” which is a fundamental elite meme, almost as important as central banking itself.

And who is the author, Martin Wolf? According to his FT bio, he is chief economics commentator at the Times, London. He was awarded the CBE (Commander of the British Empire) in 2000 “for services to financial journalism”.

Wolf is very obviously a globalist. Nonetheless, one might be impressed with Wolf’s sincerity since the article itself is postulating that globalism is somehow “losing.”

Here’s more:

Globalisation has reached a plateau and, in some areas, is in reverse.  An analysis from the Peterson Institute for International Economics argues that ratios of world trade to output have been flat since 2008, making this the longest period of such stagnation since the second world war.

The impetus towards further economic integration has stalled … Globalisation is no longer driving world growth. If this process is indeed coming to an end, or even going into reverse, it would not be the first time since the industrial revolution, in the early 19th century.

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3 comments to Financial Times: Globalism Is Dying, Even Though It’s the Better Choice

  • Ed_B

    Globalism looks best when the world economy is humming along and doing really well. When it is not doing well, such as now, then it still looks good to those who are doing poorly. It does not look so good to those who are doing well, however. Free stuff always looks good to those who have very little, just as does “sharing the wealth”, when they have little to none of it. Chalk it up to human nature, I suppose.

  • anon

    Globalism looks good to obscenely wealthy KLEPTOCRATS who never seem to have enough. Globalism isn’t worth a sh^t to anyone else.

  • globalising

    For those unable to fathom the difference between Benevolence & Malevolence, why don’t these Airy-Fairies come “Ovar Here” and have some sense knock into their seemingly thick skulls.

    Whenever a Human is more interested in Gossipping than The State of his Enslavement, the individual concerned will not be able to absolutely distinguish between Reality and Relativity, Relativity being the state when one’s Reality is dependent on Another’s Reality. How velly convenient and comforting

    Globalism is ONLY Real/”The-Better-Choice” when said “Globalists” are Perfect. You know, when the self-certified of Perfection are not actually The Imperfect using some Cock N Bull excuse like “Globalism” for unleashing their Imperfections.

    If True, and It Is The Truth, when Crooks are posing as Da Pooleece, whether “Globalism” is dying or not has ZERO bearing on the Criminality much like when a Thief trying to escape jail by offering the name of his Politician Boyfriend as “Bond”[age].

    Hands up those who find the above Extremely Difficult to comprehend. You are not some “Globalist” Kreature, RU? If so, not only is, “Better Luck Next Time”, the appropriate advice but the more appropriate advise is, “Attempt to Control only when Its Abandonment is totally under control”. Now, should this advice be Extremely difficult to comprehend, that is understandable if only because there is no such thing as Certainty within Uncertainty.

    EVERY Human or Human-Looking Kreature knows when it is working against Another. Without one single exception, excuse or no excuse. If so, what is that saying?

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