Globalism won’t take over the world, but it may do a pretty good job of destroying the West. From Jeff Thomas at internationalman.com:
Over the past decade or two, there have been those who have become alarmed at the rapid rise of the globalists.
And yet, the concept of globalism has always existed. There have always been those who sought to control all that was within their perception. Even if that was just a few villages within a valley, those who sought total rule were thinking “globally,” i.e., “I want it all.”
Over the ages, the obsession to control the world led to the creation of empires. Each empire spread over vast areas, eventually growing beyond the ability to control them. Each empire, in turn, collapsed and always for the same reasons.
In the late eighteenth century, Mayer Rothschild, a brilliant banker, came up with a new twist. He focused on currency control, saying, “Let me issue and control a nation’s money, and I care not who writes the laws.”
He accomplished this in his native Germany, then sent his five sons out to achieve the same ends in other countries. His son Nathan dominated the Bank of England and with the then-recent formation of the United States, helped create its first central bank.
The bank lost its charter, then a second bank was created, which also lost its charter.
But success came in 1913 when Rothschild descendants, along with American bankers, created the Federal Reserve. These individuals, plus the leading industrialists, began to dream of the expansion of their powers. They would take over the country’s institutions of higher learning and control the curriculum. They would reshape the medical industry to avoid curative practices in favour of the dispensation of drugs that would keep people permanently dependent on the nascent pharmaceutical industry.
And most importantly, they would take control of political power.
The short answer is, ‘No.’ The idea of a unipolar world is dead. The West just hasn’t figured that out yet.