90 Miles From Tyranny : The Globalists’ Race Against Time on China

Friday, October 25, 2019

The Globalists’ Race Against Time on China

A military parade at Tienanmen Square celebrated the 70th anniversary of the Chinese Revolution

To recap briefly, most of the communist countries collapsed by 1991 and the Western democratic tradition was seen as the winner of an existential battle that had waged since the Russian Revolution of 1917. Historian Francis Fukuyama called it “the end of history” because only good things would happen thereafter. Mankind’s ideological evolution had ended and Western liberal democracy would be the final form of government.

In response to that wishful thinking, Harvard historian Samuel Huntington wrote a paper, and subsequently a book, entitled The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of the World Order in which he predicted that with the end of ideological conflict the world would revert to a normal state of affairs characterized by cultural conflict. In particular, Professor Huntington predicted an attack by Islamists on the United States. That attack duly happened five years later. Huntington had identified China and Islam as “challenger civilizations.”

But there is a third force attacking civilization that hasn’t been officially recognized until recently, when President Trump named it in his speech to the United Nations on September 24. That speech began by deploring Chinese aggression:
It is the divide between those whose thirst for control deludes them into thinking they are destined to rule over others and those people and nations who want only to rule themselves.
Then continued on to its main thrust with this line:
The future does not belong to globalists.
So who are the globalists and what do they want? The globalists date back to Cecil Rhodes in the late 19th century. He thought the elite of the English-speaking world should run the whole planet. The early history of the globalist effort was recorded by Carroll Quigley in his book Tragedy and Hope, first published in 1966. Carroll Quigley was then a professor of history at Georgetown University and a mentor of then-Georgetown undergraduate Bill Clinton.

Globalist central is the Council on Foreign Relations, founded in 1921. Its main propaganda outlet is the magazine Foreign Policy. The purpose of Foreign Policy is to bathe its readers in the preferred narrative, rewriting history as necessary. For example Foreign Policy had been blindly pro-China until it was decided that China’s recidivism was threatening to thwart the globalist vision. So now Foreign Policy is publishing...

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