Alex Newman is an international freelance journalist, author, educator and consultant. His articles frequently appear in The New American. He also writes for Freedom Project Media.
As Jim noted, a ‘monkey wrench’ has been thrown into the plans of the globalists. That happened when voters across America voted Donald Trump to the highest office in the land in the November 2016 election. That’s important because his goal was to put the interests of America first, to view us as a sovereign nation and not bow to a globalist agenda.
However, as Alex explained, the globalists will not sit still in the face of opposition. In fact, some people believe the forces of NATO must be unleashed in order to preserve a globalist world order.
As Alex broke this down, he looked at factors and individuals such as George Soros. Alex believes that when you follow the money and you look at the tools that globalists are using against national sovereignty, self-government and Christian civilization in the West, the name George Soros keeps popping up.
Then there’s communist nations like China. You might think such a nation would be an opponent to a rules-based international order/global governance. However, Alex explained that individuals such as Xavier Solanas and George Soros not only believe there is room for China in such an international order, but that they should play a significant role. Alex also explained why NATO is collaborating in this effort as well as how NATO had a part in the propping up of ISIS.
Is there an effort afoot between France and Germany that seeks to build a Franco-German common military culture that in turn would contribute to the creation of a European army?
Can such globalism efforts be opposed? Jim had Alex detail an effort underway called The American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2019 (HR-204).
There’s much more on this issue from Alex including views expressed by Crosstalk listeners.
To let your views be heard concerning The American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2019 (HR-204), contact your congressmen at 202-225-3121.