Globalism: The Religion of Empire

“Damn the United States!  I wish I may never hear of the United States again!”

So said the enraged antihero of  “A Man without a Country,”  a short story published in The Atlantic in December, 1863. The United states was still in the middle of a war that would determine whether or not the nation would survive as one or as a nation divided; a war fought largely because of ideas about what it meant to be a nation, what it meant to be human and what it meant to be a people of faith.

  • ontario john

    The media is excited that little Justin is pushing hard for more globalization at the G20 summit. Because with more jobs going to China, Canadians will have more time for homosexual parades.

    • canminuteman

      Any these are the same people who hate globalism. Put a handsome man with nice hair in front of them and they are putty. Why do we have universal suffrage?

    • Justin is our Obama, and as is typical liberals are behind the curve again.

    • Billy Bob Thornton

      All mainstream parties support globalism. Which is why Canada is part of NATO, UN, G20, G7, IMF, BIS and others. Kind of strange you single out Trudeau without mentioning Harper and Mulcair.

      Only economic nationalist parties are anti-globalist and anti-globalization, and the same with true socialists and communists.

    • ntt1

      only if approved by mulatto lives matter,a militant immigrant group seeking elevation of those with any degree of black ancestry.

  • Dana Garcia

    Religion of empire is right. Globalism is the movement of elites to crush the nation state, because..

    “You cannot have democratic accountability in anything bigger than a nation state.”
    — Vaclav Klaus, former Czech president

    • Absolutely so.

      • ontario john

        Maybe that is why liberal main stream churches downplay the Bible. The Book of Revelation mentions how in the end times, we will have a one world government and one world religion.

  • tom_billesley

    Nothing pursues globalism as much as islam.
    Not globalism as we know it, but globalism as global domination.

  • FactsWillOut

    Nothing to do with Empire.
    The Austro-Hungarian, Russian, British, Roman, etc, empires were never so evil as to try flooding client states with foreigners and dissolving borders between states and/or ethnicities.