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1. A national geopolitical policy in which the entire world is regarded as the appropriate sphere for a state's influence.
2. The development of social, cultural, technological, or economic networks that transcend national boundaries; globalization.

glob′al·ist n.
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one who advocates globalism
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Meanwhile, shock of horrors, back in the globalist stronghold of the US, voters finally woke up, and helped outsider Trump defeat their puppets in both parties to become President.
And assuming Bolsonaro keeps his campaign pledges--a likely prospect considering his decades of walking the talk--Brazil is set to see a counter-revolution that could set the powerful communist and globalist movements in Latin America back by decades or more.
The Deep State's globalist plan for what insiders refer to as the "New World Order"--basically, a global government controlled by themselves--begins with submerging the sovereignty of nation-states into regional "orders." These are better understood as regional governments built using "free trade" deals as the foundation, with the European Union serving as the premier example.
Basically, the proposed coalition of nine powerful governments, which would include many of America's close allies and even the emerging European Union superstate, would hold down the "global governance" fort until a pliable globalist can be placed back in the White House.
The Deep State's globalist plan for what insiders refer to as the "New World Order" --basically, a global government controlled by themselves --begins with submerging the sovereignty of nation-states into regional "orders.
The same way they achieved their phenomenal industrial/economic successes of the past 50 years: partner up with globalist U.S.
He correctly identified the existence of a plan by the globalist establishment, often described in America today as the "Deep State," to gradually surrender our sovereignty to the United Nations until we would one day realize that we were already just a part of a UN world government.
Typically, the millions running from the war-ravaged nations of the Middle East and North Africa have one key story in common: Their nations were ruined by wars created or fueled by the globalist establishment often described in America today as the "Deep State."
But in particular, the Christian foundations of the Old World are being deliberately blown to bits by governments, the European Union, and the globalist establishment behind them--with the mass migration serving as both the catalyst and the pretext.
Among the many topics of discussion, the globalist insiders and collaborators focused on growing populist movements in Europe and what the network described in a press release as the "post-truth" world--presumably a reference to the fact that their propaganda organs are no longer able to control the narrative.
We have already lost hundreds of thousands of our best-paying manufacturing jobs because of these trading policies, and our service jobs, which account for four out of five jobs in America, are targeted by globalist vested interests.
"This is a very anti-American three-day globalist summit," reported WND February 18, pointing to various anti-America, anti-Trump rants by celebrities and globalist bigwigs at the summit that made America the "number 1 enemy." Among them was aging celebrity turned manmade-global-warming theorist Robert De Niro, who ridiculed his homeland, referring to it as a "backward country, a place where science once reigned and lately has been replaced by ignorance."