How the Globalists react to Donald Trump, China’s Rise, and the Future of the World Political System
First of all, I do not consider myself to be a member of any movement or organization but I am sympathetic to various movements and organizations and even individuals that challenge the dominant liberal hegemony around the world. Therefore, this may pertain to certain independent journalists that self-describe as being left-wing that demystify Washington's damage to somewhere like The Middle East, for instance Syria.
Wall Street Journal’s editor neocon hawk and warmonger Bret Stephens just wrote an article that was intended to be like a “sum” of all evils of Putin and Christian Russia.
During the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century there's been a lot of propaganda by globalists and progressives against the very idea of nationhood -- that believing in the integrity of one's culture, one's history, the religion and
To summarize the events of the past month as beneficial to Russia's geopolitical objectives would be a gross understatement. In fact, it was nothing short of perhaps the best month that the Putin administration has experienced.
In a somewhat unexpected turn of events, the possibility of US-Russia relations being restored or normalized has found its way to the center of attention.
The concept of the “middle class” is crucial for the liberal-capitalist ideology.
One of the reasons the views of Qutb were welcomed by the youth was their being abnormal and suit the demands of that excited society.
Historians know the role played by the British since the 18th century, and how they contributed to the rise to power of the Saudi dynasty, backing a union between it and the al-Wahhab family in order to provide a way to India, or more closer to us, but the same geo-strategic aim was chosen by Roosevelt in 1945, creating ties with the Wahhabi state.
At the center of US educational doctrine, in its manifestation, is exclusivity and the elitism of the American ideology both in a historical context and with respect to the current day. This is perfectly represented in Woodrow Wilson’s statement to the US Congress on April 2, 1917: “There are American principles, American policies. We should stand for no others. And they are also the principles and policies of forward looking men and women everywhere, of every modern nation, of every enlightened community”.