Elites Confirm Trump Is A 'Threat' To New World Order In Davos
Soros and Merkel amongst globalist attendees
Numerous global leaders including George Soros and Angela Merkel have decried nationalism and Trumps' threat to the New World Order at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
The globalist leader includes German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, Indian PM Narendra Modi, and Brazilian President Michel Temer and George Soros.
Merkel, when questioned about the rise of nationalism, she called it a “poison.”
“I hope it is not going to grow, but it is a poison,” she said Wednesday.
“Germany wishes to be a country that lends its contribution in the future to solve the problems of the world together, we think that shutting ourselves off and isolating ourselves will not lead us into a good future. Protectionism is not the proper answer.”
Infowars reports: The globalists don’t want “protectionism” because it’s just another way for nations to exercise their national sovereignty against “globalization.”
“Let us not be naive…globalization is going through a major crisis,” Macron told the audience at the WEF.
“Everything is being fragmented. We have societies made up of nomads. There are more and more people who think getting out of globalization is the right option,” he added.
""Let us not be naive, globalization is going through a major crisis." - Emmanuel Macron, President of France #wef18
This rhetoric is nothing less than veiled language against nationalism, self-determination, and national sovereignty.
“We know all too well that we live in a world where isolation trends are gaining ground, however, we all know that protectionism is not a solution,” said Temer, who has a 6% approval rating in Brazil.
India’s Prime Minister even claimed protectionism is worse than terrorism.
“Forces of protectionism are raising their heads against globalization, their intention is not only to avoid globalization themselves but they also want to reverse its natural flow,” Modi said. “Many countries are becoming inward focused and globalization is shrinking and such tendencies can’t be considered lesser risk than terrorism or climate change.”