Ultraglobalists vs altglobalists

Ultraglobalists vs altglobalists

We said that certain politicians like Macron, Trudeau, Biden, Bloomberg are ultraglobalists. Do they have it written on their foreheads? Do they introduce themselves as ultraglobalists? Neither of the two happens. So, how do we know who the ultraglobalists are? First of all, we can understand from their views. They are very similar although they may not be identical. They are on the center-left and the center-right but there is some common ground. Off course they do not come out open about their final destination which is creation of European, American, Asian, African Union under a World fascist regime.

Then we can derive who the ultraglobalists are from the way ultraglobalist media treat them. Who are the ultraglobalist media? Ultraglobalists control a large portion of the media in at least USA and Europe. Propaganda is a major point of their strategy. They treat their own in a very nice way. They are like a clan or a cabal. To the ones that are not their own, they are either indifferent or vicious. If they do not bother them, they are indifferent.

You can also see it on the faces of ultraglobalist politicians and TV journalists. When something good for ultraglobalist camp happens, they are all happy and smiling. When something negative happens they are moody and depressed. Something positive might be, Macron’s victory in French elections, Bloomberg’s high poll ratings or Biden’s win in Supertuesday.

We have an establishment, a pseudo-elite that is ultraglobalist and the people that are altglobalist. People of the World want some globalization but not the one ultraglobalists apply. Not all politicians are ultraglobalists. In all countries, some have an altglobalization stance. Why certain media seem to dislike Johnson and especially Trump? Because they put a hold on ultraglobalization. Trump and Johnson could be nice but we do not know that for sure. They are smart though. They realized the voters’ resentment to ultraglobalization and expressed it. That is how they were elected. Trump went against Republican establishment in the primaries and won.

In USA and UK voters are against ultraglobalization but the establishment probably is not. Although ultraglobalist media have tried to label Trump and Johnson as isolationists, clearly that is not the case. It seems that they favor globalization but different than the one ultraglobalists have in mind. So, we could say that they are on altglobalist camp. In most EU countries ultraglobalists are in power. One of the exceptions could be Italy.

In recent Italian elections, Center-right Coalition had 37%, Five Star Movement 32%, Center-left 23%. Currently Five Star Movement and Center Left have formed a government. Previously it was the two first parties that did that. Center-left is clearly pro EU. Matteo Renzi is an ultraglobalist but he is third. The others are the first two and have 70% together. Their political standing on the issue is controversial but they are probably in altglobalist camp. That is why we put Italy in the new economic bloc example.

Macron is France’s President but he has only 24% of the vote. That was his percentage in the first round. Le Pen was second with 21,3%. Republicans (20%) and Melenchon (19,5%) followed. These four had 85% of the vote. Le Pen and Melenchon are clearly not ultraglobalists. A lot of Republican voters are not ultraglobalists either.

Russia probably did not like the division of the World into continents that ultraglobalists did. As we have explained, it was stripped off its former allies that are in Eastern Europe and it had to turn to Turkey’s potential allies. Turkey is probably not with ultraglobalists, especially now that the possibility of joining EU seems remote. We can put Putin and Erdogan in the alternative globalization camp.

These should form an opposing clan because ultraglobalists are a global clan that includes not only politicians but others as well. Altglobalists will win once they get organized and operate like a clan as ultraglobalists do. There is one simple reason that altglobalists will win. People of the world are against ultraglobalization. This is not only true in advanced countries where most people are financially hurt by ultraglobalization. It is valid in developing and less developed countries for different reasons. People there want to keep their ethnic, cultural and religious identity.