Whatever you want it to be
Really, so if I want it to be a firetruck it's a firetruck?
Some fear it means one-world-government, others say it means nothing more than the Marshall plan.
A few think it means global domination, more think it mean one common currency. Still others think it means the end of American superiority while it might means a worldwide free trade.
Still it might mean an international fire fighting service with a shiny red truck.
But what do you think it is?
It's all about making the Earth seem round, when in fact it's quite fat at the rim.
Globalists say it is about making the world equal but in reality it's about the global elites running the world, stripping America of it's independence and self rule. We already pay a major share to the UN and they question our laws.
The universal building code is an example of that overreaching. What does
the building codes in America have in common with houses built Uganda?
What it basically is, as far as I can see, is a system where transnational corporations rape the world. Producing products in the lowest cost areas, without any regard for the environment or the workers, and shipping their products into the highest cost areas, undercutting the advanced, clean production in those areas. Through lobbying and campaign financing, they seek to influence governments around the world to remove any barriers that protect the people of the world from their exploitation.
Yes, and their methods go well beyond lobbying and campaign contributions - from media mind control all the way to coups and political assassinations. Since the narrative they project is a complete inversion of reality, they style themselves as environmentalists fighting global destruction via CO2 taxes and regulations. In reality it's about money and power. Taxes are money, regulations are power. And while they'd have you focus on carbon emissions, the world's ancient forests fall to the chainsaw, toxins are spewed into every part of the biosphere, and the wealth of nations is plundered.
The book that really woke me up was "The Secret History of the American Empire" by John Perkins. He is a former insider, an "economic hitman" as he puts it, whose job it was to corrupt foreign leaders into selling out their people. Here's a brief summary of his insights:
When you hear Butler's speech from 1935, he could just as easily be talking about today.
I'm not sure who the actor is who's reading it, but this is his speech, for the record.
I'd imagine a group of advocates looking out for the world...and perhaps many people... I've gotta go. TTYL
This is obviously a trick question, because the answer depends upon who you ask. The people who are in charge at the United Nations will give you a different answer than the people who are in charge at the Bilderberg Group. But if you ask ordinary people, most will probably give an answer that approximates some sort of worldwide socialism.