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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.


a policy that is worldwide in scope


(ˈgloʊ bəˌlɪz əm)

the policy or doctrine of involving one's country in international affairs, alliances, etc.
[1940–45, Amer.]
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Caption: UN troops: While many globalists want to use UN troops to impose their "New World Order," the scandal-plagued military force is infamous mostly for raping vulnerable women and children with impunity.
Even as the crimes and failures of the UN have become irrefutable, and its former defenders have taken to attacking it, globalists are pushing for its replacement, not its closing.
So even while the organized globalists are becoming more brazen in unveiling their world government schemes to a select audience, they are still keeping their true agenda largely hidden--for the time being--from the general world audience.
But in recent days he has reneged, backing globalists, war, and cronyism.
Indeed, Putin himself has long been close to many of the very same globalists Trump campaigned against.
On matters of war, Pence has also sided with establishment globalists and neocons, rather than the Constitution.
And not a moment too soon; the organized globalists have all but closed the trap they have skillfully laid in place over the course of decades.
The blood after the March 22 terror attack in Brussels, Belgium, was not even dry when globalists and anti-sovereignty extremists began demanding more assaults on liberty and more power for themselves under the guise of "protecting" people from terrorism.
It is forbidden to point out that the purpose of settling people here is to reshape the religious and cultural landscape of Europe, and to re-engineer its ethnic foundations--thereby eliminating the last barrier to internationalism: the nation-states," he said, pointing out the fact that globalists are working to crush nationhood and national sovereignty on the road to what they often call their New World Order.
In essence, then, the engineered refugee crisis was created and is being used, at least in part, to advance what globalists often refer to in public as "global governance" and their "new world order.
The end game is clear, too: using the regional blocs as building blocks in erecting what globalists often refer to in public as their "New World Order.
However, the Pratt House globalists are not all on cue.