Also, this week, the ever-less-relevant EconoDunce magazine ran a story on the dangers of the burgeoning new nationalism. As always, they are unflagging apologists for global slavery. At this late juncture, 1% of the world's population has more wealth than the other 99% combined, and yet they question anyone who asserts that globalization is a zero sum game:
"With his call to put “America First”, Donald Trump is the latest recruit to a dangerous nationalism"
Like Mr Trump, leaders of countries such as Russia, China and Turkey embrace a pessimistic view that foreign affairs are often a zero-sum game in which global interests compete with national ones. It is a big change that makes for a more dangerous world.
Lastly, recall the Brexit vote - David Cameron quit immediately. There was no orderly transition of power, no overlap. He just quit and walked away. He was a fair-weather poser. And that is exactly who our leaders are in EVERY country around the world. Posers and con artists who are only here for the good times. And when the zombies at large figure out that their trusted psychopaths are all empty shirts, then the underwear will be permanently stained.