Last month, U.S. President Donald Trump stood before member representatives the United Nations to deliver his annual address to the international policy-making organization that has turned totalitarian in its various “agendas” for a “sustainable future.” He lowered the boom on socialism, Big Tech suppression of free speech, supporters of illegal immigration, and the money-grubbing, unethical military-industrial complex.
“The future does not belong to globalists. The future belongs to patriots,” stated Trump on September 24, 2019, during his third speech to the UN General Assembly.
It is well known that the U.S. Commander-in-Chief is at odds with the policies being pushed by the UN, a group tasked with global “peacekeeping,” which is embroiled in thousands of criminal lawsuits by victims charging theft, rape, and murder against UN soldiers.
On June 1, 2017, Trump withdrew the United States from all participation in the 2015 Paris Agreement which recommends that all nations impose strict regulations to reduce atmospheric carbon emissions, the supposed bugaboo of the supposed global warming that hasn’t actually produce any damage in the 50 years since the notion, based on bad science, was proposed by the likes of Al Gore.
Trump is outspoken in his support for and promotion of independent nations rather than an international plutocracy run by New World Order leaders who lack empathy and are motivated by an insatiable lust for power.
The U.S. president defended his “America First” campaign to the UN during his 30-minute speech. The underlying idea is that all nations are best-advised to tend to the well-being of their own citizens rather than abandon their cultural norms and standards to accommodate the dictates of the United Nations and its patsy partner, the European Union. The U.S. will no longer cooperate with UN directives:
“Globalism exerted a religious pull over past leaders causing them to ignore their own national interests, but as far as America is concerned, those days are over.”
American socialists, as well as those abroad, are threatened by Trump’s conviction that globalism is bad news for everyone. He could destroy all their self-serving plans.
Regarding socialism, Trump joins everyone else who understands history:
“It’s the wrecker of nations and the destroyer of societies. Events in Venezuela remind us all that socialism and communism are not about justice, they are not about equality, they are not about lifting up the poor and they certainly aren’t all about the good of the nation.”
As for social media muzzling being carried out by liberal Big Tech corporations who are still upset by the 2016 election results and have vowed to win in 2020 no matter what it takes, Trump observed:
“A small number of social media platforms are acquiring immense power over what we can say. The permanent political class is openly disdainful…of the will of the people. A faceless bureaucracy operates in secret and weakens democratic rule.”
Some of Trump’s remarks referenced the liberal political bias that has infected internal policies, procedures, and products at Facebook, Amazon, YouTube, and Google:
“A free society cannot allow social media giants to silence the voices of the people and a free people must never ever be enlisted in the cause of silencing, coercing, canceling, or blacklisting their own neighbors.”
As for a global world without borders, where undocumented immigrants are welcomed and coddled with taxpayer-funded social service handouts – as is currently happening in California, which has expanded its Medicaid benefits to illegals age 25 and under – Trump presented his point of view:
“Today, I have a message for those open-border activists who cloak themselves in the rhetoric of ‘social justice.’ Your policies are not just, your policies are cruel and evil.”
The U.S. president continued to speak in support of border patrol agents, immigration officers, naturalized citizens, and all taxpayers who understand that domestic resources are limited and precious:
“You are empowering criminal organizations that prey on innocent men, women, and children. You put your own false sense of virtue before the lives and well-being of countless innocent people. When you undermine border security you are undermining human rights and human dignity.”
In some ways, Donald Trump is very much like former U.S. president Teddy Roosevelt who is remembered for quoting a West African proverb: “Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far.”
Trump told the UN assembly that the U.S. is always willing to negotiate for peaceful solutions because the nation “has never believed in permanent enemies,” and “America knows that while anyone can make war, only the most courageous can seek peace.”
Trump supporters appreciate his plain talk and advocacy for democratic capitalism and the preservation of individual nations. Globalists have been forewarned that their plan to take over the world will be met by resistance from freedom lovers and independent thinkers.