It’s individual liberty vs global collectivism

your say January 21, 2018 01:00

One of my favourite quotes is attributed to Oscar Wilde: “We are all in the gutter but some of us are looking at the stars”.

Globalists intend to keep us in the gutter en masse, while nationalists raise their heads for the betterment of the individual. Left-wing globalism levels down, conservative nationalism levels upwards.

The most recent example of the former is Venezuela, while the most infamous was the anti-individualist USSR. The human race is currently immersed in the most profound war in its history. It is a fight for the human mind; globalism against nationalism. The main theatre is Europe with the European Union, but it’s threatening the US rather like World War II.

Western civilisation, within which we are allowed the freedom to thrive as individuals, was created by individuals. The freedom of individualism encourages innovation and development of the human mind.

As a 100 per cent patriotic nationalist, President Donald J Trump is a champion of the individual. He stands defiant in his leadership of freedom of the individual against the destructive forces of collectivist globalism. Like the great leaders throughout history, Trump is a man of his time. They all fought for liberty, for the freedom of the individual to develop and thrive. If we value our individual liberty then we have to support the policies that ensure its future. The alternative is to surrender to collectivist globalism with its grey, dystopian, fascist NWO.

JC Wilcox

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