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How About This for a Newer, New World Order! By James Reed
We are of course opposed to globalism in all its forms, because it is a form of centralisation of power, that ultimately erodes individual freedom. But, in the imperfect messy world of real politics, there may need to compromises for a time to counter even larger tyranny. Thus, maybe for the short term, not all globalists adventures will be equally bad, and some may retain enough freedom for future generations to work at dismantling them, once the real evil ones have been defeated.
The proposal has been made by Brazil’s future chancellor Ernesto Araújo, in his document “For a Foreign Policy of the Brazilian People,” for the creation of a Right wing alignment of the US, Russia and Brazil, to counter the left/communist axis of China and Western Europe, and to defeat globalists to “resist the demonization of national sentiment, the crushing of faith (especially Christian faith), which rejects the emptying of the human soul and its replacement by anaemic dogmas that serve only the interests of world domination of certain elites.” If this counter to the communist New World Order can be got up and running it may give us some breathing space to try and get sanity back into the world.
“Brazilian President-elect Jair Bolsonaro’s incoming foreign minister, Ernesto Araújo, called for the formation of a “nucleus composed of the three largest Christian countries” – Brazil, Russia, and the United States – in a document explaining to the President-elect what the administration’s foreign policy should look like. Titled ‘For a Foreign Policy of the Brazilian People’, the document is reported by Brazil’s Folha de S. Paulo newspaper as a main reason for Bolsonaro’s selection of Araújo for this senior cabinet position. This nucleus would form the core of a broader “nationalist group” composed of Brazil, the United States, Italy, the Visegrad group (Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic), Russia, Japan, and India, which he described as an “anti-globalist BRIC without China”, in reference to the current BRICS bloc, which the new alliance would replace.