Damage control, hibernation and infiltration with the aim of outlasting, influencing and steering… This is exactly what Trump’s opposition is doing. They are entrenching themselves like they did with Ronald Reagan and biding their time, while still being able to complete a few objectives here and there, until he is out of office.
There are two America’s in this case: Globalist and nationalists. George W. Bush, for example was a globalist, as he pushed for a North American Union. Barack Obama on the other hand, for example, pushed TTIP to harmonize business between the EU and America. Donald Trump is a nationalist who wants to bring America back to a sovereign nation status.
When you look at the overall picture, you see that there really is no difference between Republican and Democrat parties. They’re both the same under different names. As was Soviet Russia, and even Russia today. No matter which candidate wins, the KGB gets one of their men in the Kremlin. Donald Trump is the true outsider (or at least he ran under that banner), which is even why his own Republican party tried so feverishly to stop him.
What will be the fate of NAFTA?
As Donald Trump prepares to become U.S. president on Jan. 20, the future of NAFTA is in doubt. He has promised to either renegotiate or withdraw from the trade agreement. Despite the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, there are still many different existing North American integration mechanisms that remain in place. Over the last year, the globalists have quietly laid the foundation to ensure their continental agenda continues. They are positioning themselves so they can try to better influence the new Trump administration in advancing deeper economic, political and security integration in North America. Continue reading