History of Globalization.

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  1. cagedncrazy profile image52
    cagedncrazyposted 9 years ago

    Correct me if i'm wrong.

    Within the last 100 years, great effort has gone towards globalization. It started with the rich, and is now coming into reality through the political. Great efforts have been made in order for no one to get in the way, and great effort will be made in order for it to be fulfilled. What does the bible say about globalization? What does it entail?

    Going back to the 1930's, people like Rockefeller, Carnegie, and Wells made the first steps toward globalization. They had the desire, so they created the means. First they bought out the press companies, so they couldn't blaspheme their goals. After in which the Federal Reserve was instated, this would be the most important factor, as it allowed individual globalists to control money, and interest rates.

    So how does one go by globalization? One country at a time of course. This is where economic hitmen come in. These people would go into a country that wasn't in accordance to America's economic control, and try to influence its leaders into accepting its terms(Naval bases, control). If they said no, then sanctions would be instated. Then they would ask again. If they said no again, that's when assassination was attempted. Fidel Castro had hundreds of attempts on his life. When that didn't work, an event would have to be created in which allowed for either war, or extreme intimidation. In Cuba's instance we couldn't take control of them, we couldn't kill Castro, and when we tried to invade(bay of the pigs), we were threatened with nuclear war from Russia.

    Nowadays we are trying to control Afghanistan. Russia tried for a while to take over Afghanistan, and now its our turn. So first we go into Iraq, and we establish democracy and a McDonalds, then we go into Afghanistan. By brute force we take over. Within the first week of being in Iraq, in ONE attack we killed over 2000 people by artillery.

    What happens after we can establish control over Afghanistan? Well there's something preset up for when it does, its called the Asian union. During the Bush administration, he sold off our sovereignty behind congress' back, which allowed for him to establish a North American Union. So you have Asian, North American, and European unions which accumulate themselves into a one world government. The most sickening thing about it, is that you have to create reasons to invade countries. Ever notice that Korean, Vietnam and World war 2 was warranted after we had ships in their restricted territorial waters.

    So how did we get a warrant for Iraq? Well here's some facts you can add up. The planes that went into the buildings took off from a military base, they didn't have commercial windows on the plane, and the evidence(as stated in the 9/11 commission) linking it to Al-Qaeda was a passport falling to the ground after it hit the towers. Most of all, the people who called their loved ones from the plane, couldn't have, since planes didnt have that feature until 2 years later. Not to mention witness account of hearing multiple explosions, and the hole that was made in the Pentagon could not have been made by a Boeing 747 and more like a missile. What happened to building #7? People heard explosions, and it fell, even though no planes hit it.

    How could America do that? Its not America, its the globalist demons who seek to control the world, for whatever reason. The same globalists who plan on giving everyone chips in peoples arms, so they buy and sell. The same globalists who plan on killing off billions of people(95% of the world). But why? I have some crazy thoughts. They are demons who feed off of dismay, or they really are multidimensional beings who need to relocate souls elsewhere, or (most baffling) as Benjamin Franklin said 'this is a test to see if people will follow with blind faith'. Definitely their motives cannot be materialism, they already own most of the world.

    Now Obama is making way for the one world government. He is having G-20 summits(meeting with people who own 98% of the worlds wealth), moving towards a police state, trying to take away as many rights as possible.

  2. Ralph Deeds profile image66
    Ralph Deedsposted 9 years ago

    The main driver of globalization is technical developments that tie the world more closely together. Globalization started centuries ago when Marco Polo opened new trade routes to the East. Ocean voyages, exploration and trade followed. Telegraphic and radio communications followed. Air travel came more recently. Now, the Internet and email have connected people around the world as never before. And forums like HubPages contribute to globalization.

    Globalization and technology have brought many benefits and also negative consequences that can only be dealt with by global cooperation among nations--terrorism, sea piracy, trade disruptions, intellectual property rights, climate change, fishery rights and conservation, and so forth. These issues require the development and support international institutions such as the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and others to deal with them. President Obama understands this and supports these institutions in contrast to Bush's go-it-alone American exceptionalism approach. This was one of the reasons he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize today.

    1. ledefensetech profile image69
      ledefensetechposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Right on the first part, Ralph, wrong on the second.  Technology is rapidly tying the human race together in ways that are unprecedented.  Although Marco Polo wasn't the first trader to start the globalization movement, there have been trade routes longer than there has been written language on this planet.  You can see that if you study how agriculture was diffused throughout the ancient world.

      The UN, IMF and World Bank are all scams perpetuated by people who want to control the economic output of the world for their own gain.  There are no problems facing the world today that a respect for liberty and property rights can't fix.

      1. Paraglider profile image92
        Paragliderposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        Ledefensetech - I don't really want to talk about these global organisations right now, but property rights and liberty are interesting.
        For example, I bought my house outright and wouldn't be too impressed if some total strangers decided to move into my spare room. But what about the guy who buys a stretch of beach and fences it off right down to the low tide mark. His property rights prevent people's liberty to walk  by the sea.

        Or the guy who buys a mountain or an island and starts prosecuting 'tresspassers'.

        In other words, do you think there should be restrictions on what people are allowed to buy, or would you just let the market decide?

        And what about disputed property and land. There are disputed borders all over the world. Are you suggesting that the dispossessed should just accept a moratorium along the lines of 'all existing borders and boundaries shall be accepted from 12 noon on Friday'?  It's not going to happen, is it?

        So, while I agree with you about respect of liberty and property rights - up to a point - I think there's room for discussion of where that point lies. What do you reckon?

  3. profile image0
    Brenda Durhamposted 9 years ago


    you're close to the truth....

    It's a spirit or spirits that are seeking to take control.

  4. profile image0
    sneakorocksolidposted 9 years ago

    I know one world everything is a dream of our liberal friends. I sure hope we go the other direction and maintain our own identity.

    1. Ralph Deeds profile image66
      Ralph Deedsposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      It's not a dream. It's reality whether we like it or not. Science and technology only go forward, not backward.

    2. Paraglider profile image92
      Paragliderposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Some things are unstoppable. For example, throughout the Arabic speaking world, they use Arabic keyboards, but in China they use standard US qwerty keyboards and type phonetic pin-yin into a substitution software that converts the typed phonemes into Chinese characters. As a result of this, a new generation of Chinese now have knowledge of western phonics, which is halfway towards learning to read and write English (as the commonest western language).

      And when French, Germans, Spanish, and Arabic meet each other, they usually converse in English which is fast becoming everyone's second language.

      Individual identity is something no-one can take from you. But what exactly is national identity? All the greatest nations are extremely heterogeneous in their make-up and culture, a trend that is increasing all the time, thanks to the developments Ralph cited.

      And wouldn't you agree that global dominance and control is close to the agenda of the Corporatists, who are not renowned for being liberals.

  5. Jonathan Janco profile image65
    Jonathan Jancoposted 8 years ago

    Globalization is a fine thing in concept, but not at the expense of democracy and liberty.

    1. Paraglider profile image92
      Paragliderposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      So, how does your local internet reach me in Qatar? The problem is not globalisation; the problem is globalising the wrong things.

  6. topshelf profile image53
    topshelfposted 8 years ago

    Good job, I've been researching this for a while now myself. And what's sad is that most Americans aren't even aware of this.

  7. aka-dj profile image76
    aka-djposted 8 years ago

    All these, which you all have discussed are mere signposts along the road to "something/somewhere" far BIGGER than current liberies and capitalism. There are lots ofconspitacy theories on this issue.
    I personally believe it's a purely spiritual issue, not financial, or political one. I guess my point could be put into a question, "Why?" "What's the ultimate end result thet (they ?) are wanting to achieve?" hmm

    1. Paraglider profile image92
      Paragliderposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Where I agree with you entirely is that we are caught up in something far too big to be solved by shifting our politics a little to the left or the right. You don't need to be a conspiracy theorist to understand that the money system is broken, or that, in helping to break it, a relative few have impoverished a vast number. There's no going back from here, but what we're going forward to is not clear.

      I know you think that a supernatural plan or program is being played out to an end game. I don't think that way. But as neither of us could halt it if it were true, the most sensible attitude is to concentrate on the things we can change, or, if not change, at least lobby for.

  8. profile image50
    songsterposted 8 years ago

    here s a quote from US space command vision 20/20..

    Although unlikely to be challenged by
    a global peer competitor, the United States
    will continue to be challenged regionally.
    The globalization of the world economy will
    also continue, with a widening between
    “haves” and “have-nots.”

    http://www.fas.org/spp/military/docops/ … isbook.pdf

    so we can see the truth about how the US establishment views globalisation, not as a means to better all the people of the world but to widen the gap between haves and have nots, and strengthen americas pre-eminence, the opposite of what globalisation fans say.

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      sneakorocksolidposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Why would you want to be like everybody else? The only way this theory works is if we all have the same and get the same. What happens to progress? Do we just stop? What will motivate people to achive? If you think it won't change, look at russia and china. There's the result of a social experiment gone wrong and has had to come back to center.


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