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globalization

Global village The dissolution of national borders in all aspects of human endeavor. See G7, Global medicine, Third world.

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In essence, official UN documents and statements by top administration officials reveal a plan to transform American children, and students around the globe, into what globalists refer to as "global citizens," ready for the coming "green" and "sustainable" world order.
The scheme will demand "real political will from regional and national policymakers," explained Soamiely Andriamananjara at George Washington University in a piece for the left-leaning Brookings Institution, a globalist think tank.
On one side are globalists, who believe that open markets and private enterprise operate across the globe for faster economic growth, greater variety of products and services at lower prices to customers, stronger environ mental protections, better working conditions, higher wages, improved human rights, and more democracy.
The Olympics, in so far as they personify anything, represent for this globalist community certain possibilities and practices -- penetration of markets and competitive internationalism -- which they might envisage as forming the basis of a future globalist community, united naturally by television.
James Perloff, who helped write the film, is perhaps most famous for his hard-hitting book The Shadows of Power: The Council on Foreign Relations and the American Decline, which ripped the mask off the CFR and its subversive globalist activities more than 25 years ago and exposed the agenda to countless Americans, ffe also features prominently in the film.
Unfortunately, though, unless the American people get educated on the growing threat, the globalist manipulation of public opinion could eventually see such grotesque ideas become reality.
An ardent business globalist and fluent multi-linguist, Nelson also spent 8 years with BMW in Munich, Germany in a variety of international marketing positions.
Reagan's appointments in the state of California were mostly the globalist Rockefeller crowd, and as president, Reagan multiplied those serving in the executive who were members of the "New World Order" Trilateral Commission, Council on Foreign Relations, Bilderberg, and Skull and Bones, including his vice president George Bush.
AT A MOMENT WHEN MUCH CONTEMPORARY ART MOVES BETWEEN VAGUE GLOBALIST IDEALS AND A FOCUS ON QUESTIONS OF ETHNIC, SEXUAL, AND SOCIOPOLITICAL IDENTITY, AGUILAR HAS TAKEN AN APPARENTLY "UNIVERSAL" ESTHETIC QUESTION AS HIS THEME: THE PROBLEM OF THE SUPPORT.
The next year, while receiving the Globalist of the Year award from the Canadian International Council, Soros again called for China's participation in the emerging global-governance regime.
John Cook, chairman and chief executive officer of PRG-Schultz, recently received the 2003 Globalist Award from Saint Louis University's Boeing Institute of International Business.