The Kingdom of God vs Globalism

 

I’ve been reading some comments and finding myself surprised that there still exist people on the right who don’t understand what is going on. Some even want to conflate the Kingdom of God with globalism. So to parse this out, I’m going to try and provide loose definitions; because whatever the case may be, it is loosely defined.

The Kingdom of God, it is true, is universal. However, it is a spiritual kingdom with God at its head. It being a spiritual kingdom means that it does not compete for control over worldly rulers, but instead encourages its citizens to respect the authorities of the world, and only disobey if they directly contradict God’s law. Written underneath the Kingdom of God is a separation of worldly powers – or subsidiarity – to limit the reach of corruption and degeneracy that may exist in one nation but not another.

The chief aim of Christians is eternal life with our loving creator spread to the world, with Christ as King, and organized within our nations and local churches (subsidiarity).

Globalism, on the other hand, seeks to leverage control over existing world powers to unite them under some kind of rule by committee (currently). At the moment, the primary vector on which it works is economics, weakening domestic trade by forming dependence on foreign trade, weakening internal structures, culture, and attitudes that promote subsidiarity. In simple terms, it promotes the ideal of a global citizen over the idea of American/French/English nation (people of birth). It’s chief aim appears to be financial, the manner in which it seeks to succeed is rule by men globally.

These are not the same thing!

One of the history lessons of free trade among states (the commerce clause and interstate trade) is that it increased the power of the central government and weakened the states’ governments. Trade seems to be something that governments seek to facilitate by an overall governing authority to handle disputes. It’s true at the individual level, it’s true at the state level.

In the rise of Free Trade, there was the idea that free trade would promote global peace… largely because it would depend on an overarching authority to adjudicate it. The adjudicators gained power – see US Federal government, EU, and NAFTA administrators (the US?)

The thing is, little people don’t much care for global free trade because they usually are the ones shouldering its burdens. Dislocation being a huge one. So one of globalism’s mechanisms of achieving its goals is in the cultural revolution proposed by Karl Marx – you MUST erode the bonds of faith and family to succeed in uniting the peons under Communism. And that’s why the idea of nation is so pilloried by globalists – because it is literally the people of your birth… your family. If you can destroy this, you win. By promoting radical individualism to the point of atomization, you can control them all. If they have no bonds to others, they have no means or desire to resist. Someone somewhere once said that Nationalism is the means through which you secure your rights. There has to be a group with which you share kinship bonds in order to protect yourself from tyranny. Marx knew this, and it’s why it must be destroyed for Communism to succeed.

Control reproduction through sterilization and IVF; break marriage; physically isolate people through the promotion of relocating for work; create dependence on government for help, and social media for human connection… then push transportation that can only go 25 miles from home in one trip and a dependence on energy from a centralized, state-controlled distribution center; censor from social media dissenting voices; rely only on approved news sources that won’t tell you St. Paul is burning. If a tree falls and no one reports on it, did it really happen?

Then use pandemic emergency orders to shut down local economies and push all economic transactions through a handful of large, global corporations.

I do not know who is supposed to be the head of this global monstrosity. From what I can tell, it is less concerned over domestic governance than it is in having control over those governments through blackmail, extortion (see COVID policy adoption tied to World Bank loans), or bribery. And the who in charge seems to be very loose and more based on membership in a group of individuals that have influence over governments than any one individual.

I can’t be more specific than that. It’s too simple to point to Bill Gates or WEF as the instigators of globalism. But they are part of it, if not the whole of it.

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  1. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    The neocons have long wanted to conflate Christianity with their agendas.

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  2. DrewInWisconsin, Œuf Member
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    Stina: These are not the same thing!

    I remain surprised that it even has to be explained.

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  3. JoelB Member
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    Stina: I do not know who is supposed to be the head of this global monstrosity.

    I think you do. At least I think I do.

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  4. DrewInWisconsin, Œuf Member
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    JoelB (View Comment):

    Stina: I do not know who is supposed to be the head of this global monstrosity.

    I think you do. At least I think I do.

    Screwtape?

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  5. Stina Member
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    DrewInWisconsin, Œuf (View Comment):

    JoelB (View Comment):

    Stina: I do not know who is supposed to be the head of this global monstrosity.

    I think you do. At least I think I do.

    Screwtape?

    His boss.

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  6. CarolJoy, Not So Easy To Kill Coolidge
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    A majority of your statements are rationally and eloquently phrased.

    However Globalism is more than what you describe:

    “Globalism, on the other hand, seeks to leverage control over existing world powers to unite them under some kind of rule by committee (currently). At the moment, the primary vector on which it works is economically, weakening domestic trade by forming dependence on foreign trade, weakening internal structures, culture, and attitudes that promote subsidiarity. In simple terms, it promotes the ideal of global citizen over the idea of American/French/English nation (people of birth). It’s chief aim appears to be financial, the manner in which it seeks to succeed is rule by men globally.”

    Globalism is out to destroy humanity and it is not simply the desire to garner a transfer from the middle class to the upper One Percent.

    Today, there are now so many examples of how globalism as represented by the WEF/TheUN/TheWHO involves a culling of the herd of humanity.

    I wish it was possible to state that the only proof of what the Globalists are up to lies in the extreme numbers of those affected by the COV bioweapon. But it is a much bigger matter than that one program.

    However i will start there:Globally, seventeen million people are fatal victims of the COV bioweapons, which were mandated by so many institutions including employers and those controlling travel and commerce.

    Perhaps ten times that many now suffer from chronic health injuries. The situation is now so bad in Australia that the government  is outlawing Pfizer, Moderna, and Astra Zenica vaxxes and is also setting up a compensation fund for those who have lost their loved ones to the vaxxes or for those citizens who are suffering disabilities and illnesses.

    Additionally, there are continual attacks on farming. These attacks, which are set up to deliberately bring about a curtailment of any sorts of rational protocols, have become so extreme that farmers have fought back. They have used their trucks and tractors to blockade highways and to surround government buildings in The Netherlands, in France and more recently in Ireland and England.

    The governments run by the Globalists have been voted out in The Netherlands and in Ireland.

    Why would farmers protest? This is not simply because the farmers  wish for themselves and their families to survive economically. In fact, in many places where farming is being curtailed, including here in the USA, the local farmers are given a shot at plowing under their food crops and planting “fresh flowers for the hospitality and florist trades.” Some of the deals are extremely sweet economically, and would provide a higher profit than the food crops they are being told to quit planting.

    But the farmers who did not sign on to growing flowers understand that food does not come from the grocery store – it comes from farms. They do not want to help the Elite create  a global holomodor!

    If you live in Oregon or California, you need to watch this video, linked to below. Oregon is going after any individuals who have a structure of any size that provides a habitat for horses, goats, cows, chickens etc.

    Such households will be allowed to keep their structures as long as they are willing to spend 100K on upgrades dictated by the new policies. (Imagine telling your kids the pony has to go, as it is not possible to do that upgrade.)

    Toward the end of the video, a discussion explains how California’s farmers who are small garden producers come under attack over water use. The onerous 2500 gallon limit per growing season that will come about either later this year  or on Jan 1st 2025, will affect those farmers who have agreements with larger outlets or who grow food for their family, church community,  or local farmer markets.

    The excuse being used is that our beloved Gov Newsom desires to help out the trout!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unOXcKigSuY

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  7. Old Bathos Member
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    There is probably an NGO working on the most efficient way to distribute ten horns on seven heads…

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  8. Western Chauvinist Member
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    There’s collectivism (unity) within the Church. And then there’s collectivism under the Davos set (aka the Devil), which is fundamentally anti-human. 

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  9. Stina Member
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    Western Chauvinist (View Comment):

    There’s collectivism (unity) within the Church. And then there’s collectivism under the Davos set (aka the Devil), which is fundamentally anti-human.

    Yes and it’s a function of who’s in charge. Rule by one is good if we are ruled by One who loves us.

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  10. Globalitarian Misanthropist Coolidge
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    DrewInWisconsin, Œuf (View Comment):

    Stina: These are not the same thing!

    I remain surprised that it even has to be explained.

    There was a thing a couple decades ago (maybe still) called Dominion Theology which was about Christians taking control of world governments for Christ.  I never really read up on it because it seemed too wrong and unworkable on its face.  It’s very good if leaders hold to Christ and Christian morality, truth, justice, and service but the thought of leaders ruling people by law under the color of Christ seemed as bad as what we have today.  And it would encourage the power hungry to move into churches to advance their pernicious self-aggrandizement and further corrupt godly spirituality.

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  11. Stina Member
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    Globalitarian Misanthropist (View Comment):

    DrewInWisconsin, Œuf (View Comment):

    Stina: These are not the same thing!

    I remain surprised that it even has to be explained.

    There was a thing a couple decades ago (maybe still) called Dominion Theology which was about Christians taking control of world governments for Christ. I never really read up on it because it seemed too wrong and unworkable on its face. It’s very good if leaders hold to Christ and Christian morality, truth, justice, and service but the thought of leaders ruling people by law under the color of Christ seemed as bad as what we have today. And it would encourage the power hungry to move into churches to advance their pernicious self-aggrandizement and further corrupt godly spirituality.

    There are worse things than having laws based in Christian morality. At one point, every western nation had such laws and did well under them. 

    It’s more a matter of who decides than if the laws are a good idea or not.

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  12. Globalitarian Misanthropist Coolidge
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    Stina (View Comment):

    There are worse things than having laws based in Christian morality. At one point, every western nation had such laws and did well under them. 

    It’s more a matter of who decides than if the laws are a good idea or not.

    Yes, as I said it’s good for a government to labor under Christ and Christian morality, truth, justice, and service, but I don’t think that’s what would happen.

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  13. DrewInWisconsin, Œuf Member
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    Globalitarian Misanthropist (View Comment):
    There was a thing a couple decades ago (maybe still) called Dominion Theology which was about Christians taking control of world governments for Christ.

    Oh gosh, yes. The left whipped up that bogeyman and applied it to every Republican they could find. It was the “Christian Nationalism” of a decade ago. Fake controversies intended to scare the fence-sitters into the Democratic Party.

    They’re still doing it.

    And too many on the right are helping. Just how many hundreds of books have been written in the last few years about the scary “Christian Nationalism” nonsense? What it’s really about is Christians voting for President Trump, and that frightens the David Frenches and Russell Moores. They don’t understand how good Christians could vote for a scoundrel. (Meanwhile, they endorse Joe Biden!) These pharisees can’t bear to lose control of the flock.

    Sadly, I have Christian friends who fall for it every single time. They think it makes them open-minded. I say it makes them prey for the wolves in sheep’s clothing.

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  14. DonG (CAGW is a Scam) Coolidge
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    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is that humans are not meant to be globally controlled and homogeneous.

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  15. Stina Member
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    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is that humans are not meant to be globally controlled and homogeneous.

    And that’s the foundation of my principles on subsidiarity, nationalism, and anti-imperialism. 

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  16. Globalitarian Misanthropist Coolidge
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    DrewInWisconsin, Œuf (View Comment):

    Globalitarian Misanthropist (View Comment):
    There was a thing a couple decades ago (maybe still) called Dominion Theology which was about Christians taking control of world governments for Christ.

    Oh gosh, yes. The left whipped up that bogeyman and applied it to every Republican they could find. It was the “Christian Nationalism” of a decade ago. Fake controversies intended to scare the fence-sitters into the Democratic Party.

    They’re still doing it.

    And too many on the right are helping. Just how many hundreds of books have been written in the last few years about the scary “Christian Nationalism” nonsense? What it’s really about is Christians voting for President Trump, and that frightens the David Frenches and Russell Moores. They don’t understand how good Christians could vote for a scoundrel. (Meanwhile, they endorse Joe Biden!) These pharisees can’t bear to lose control of the flock.

    Sadly, I have Christian friends who fall for it every single time. They think it makes them open-minded. I say it makes them prey for the wolves in sheep’s clothing.

    Wow.  I didn’t know that.  Are you saying that Dominion Theology grew into what secularists are today calling Christian Nationalism?  I was only interested (or disinterested) in the spiritual aspects of it, not the political.  I’ll have to look into that.

    I thought the foundation of Dominion Theology was that Jesus will not return until the world has been fully Christianized, meaning that Christianity must control all aspects of society and government before Christ’s return; and thus a desire to “take dominion” over society and culture.  And that the church will usher in a golden age of spiritual government, cultural transformation, and peace on earth before the second coming of Christ, all of which is completely unbiblical.

    I find this to be crazy and I figured it was an unbiblical aberration within Christian theology, like gentiles calling themselves Messianic Jews.

    And I thought Christian nationalism, the way CNN et al talk about it, it was some big armed religious sect, but even the usually liberal wikipedia is fairly kind to it.  “Christian nationalism supports the presence of Christian symbols in the public square, and state patronage for the practice and display of religion, such as Christmas as a national holiday, school prayer, the exhibition of nativity scenes during Christmastide, and the Christian Cross on Good Friday.[5][6] Christian nationalism draws political support from the broader Christian right, but not exclusively, given the broad support for observing Christmas as a national holiday in many countries.[7]

    Dominion Theology and Theonomy is more distressing to me than what is described here as Christian nationalism.

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  17. DrewInWisconsin, Œuf Member
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    Globalitarian Misanthropist (View Comment):

    DrewInWisconsin, Œuf (View Comment):

    Globalitarian Misanthropist (View Comment):
    There was a thing a couple decades ago (maybe still) called Dominion Theology which was about Christians taking control of world governments for Christ.

    Oh gosh, yes. The left whipped up that bogeyman and applied it to every Republican they could find. It was the “Christian Nationalism” of a decade ago. Fake controversies intended to scare the fence-sitters into the Democratic Party.

    They’re still doing it.

    And too many on the right are helping. Just how many hundreds of books have been written in the last few years about the scary “Christian Nationalism” nonsense? What it’s really about is Christians voting for President Trump, and that frightens the David Frenches and Russell Moores. They don’t understand how good Christians could vote for a scoundrel. (Meanwhile, they endorse Joe Biden!) These pharisees can’t bear to lose control of the flock.

    Sadly, I have Christian friends who fall for it every single time. They think it makes them open-minded. I say it makes them prey for the wolves in sheep’s clothing.

    Wow. I didn’t know that. Are you saying that Dominion Theology grew into what secularists are today calling Christian Nationalism?

    Not really. More that the left is always trying to make it sound like Republicans are trying to establish a theocracy, and evangelicals are taking over the party and are going to impose a “Handmaid’s Tale” kind of future. So back in the Obama years, it was scary “Dominionism” that the lefties I knew were always warning about. Today it’s “Christian Nationalism.” Prior to those, I don’t recall if there was a specific term, but I remember all the warnings in the 80s about how we were all going to be subjected to the tyranny of the “Moral Majority” and the “Christian Coalition.”

    The goal of Democrats is to freak people out by the idea of Christians getting involved in politics. Which is why folks like Russell Moore will suggest that conservative Christians should avoid politics while he and his evil twin David French (and a host of other lefty Christians) dive in head-first. Because they’re the right kind of Christian.

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  18. MiMac Thatcher
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    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    The neocons have long wanted to conflate Christianity with their agendas.

    Many of the original neoconservatives weren’t Christians-many were Jewish. But the term neocons is frequently used ignorantly and pejoratively. 

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  19. The Reticulator Member
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    Globalitarian Misanthropist (View Comment):

    DrewInWisconsin, Œuf (View Comment):

    Stina: These are not the same thing!

    I remain surprised that it even has to be explained.

    There was a thing a couple decades ago (maybe still) called Dominion Theology which was about Christians taking control of world governments for Christ. I never really read up on it because it seemed too wrong and unworkable on its face. It’s very good if leaders hold to Christ and Christian morality, truth, justice, and service but the thought of leaders ruling people by law under the color of Christ seemed as bad as what we have today. And it would encourage the power hungry to move into churches to advance their pernicious self-aggrandizement and further corrupt godly spirituality.

    I had never heard of it, but I see there is a Wikipedia page about it that seems like it would be useful.  It has a lot of information about its critics, too, including those who would make a bigger deal out of it than it might deserve.  

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  20. The Reticulator Member
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    Stina: Some even want to conflate the Kingdom of God with globalism.

    I doubt that this is true.  I was a part of of a conversation that might be mischaracterized this way by someone who was not paying close attention, but I don’t remember where.  If that’s the basis for your statement, I don’t think it’s true, but I’d want to go back and review it to be sure I wasn’t paying insufficient attention myself.

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  21. MiMac Thatcher
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    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is that humans are not meant to be globally controlled and homogeneous.

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is anti-utopian- man cannot reach heaven by his own means….

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  22. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    MiMac (View Comment):

    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is that humans are not meant to be globally controlled and homogeneous.

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is anti-utopian- man cannot reach heaven by his own means….

    Since the globalists are utopian it sure fits don’t it?

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  23. Stina Member
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    The Reticulator (View Comment):

    Stina: Some even want to conflate the Kingdom of God with globalism.

    I doubt that this is true. I was a part of of a conversation that might be mischaracterized this way by someone who was not paying close attention, but I don’t remember where. If that’s the basis for your statement, I don’t think it’s true, but I’d want to go back and review it to be sure I wasn’t paying insufficient attention myself.

    Yarob explicitly did. You just wanted a clear definition of Globalism.

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  24. Stina Member
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    MiMac (View Comment):

    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is that humans are not meant to be globally controlled and homogeneous.

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is anti-utopian- man cannot reach heaven by his own means….

    All people under one rule were easily corrupted. Since God had promised no more mass restarts, aka floods that destroy all but a few humans, he divided them into nations by language.

    This way, not one ruler can corrupt all mankind.

     

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  25. MiMac Thatcher
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    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    MiMac (View Comment):

    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is that humans are not meant to be globally controlled and homogeneous.

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is anti-utopian- man cannot reach heaven by his own means….

    Since the globalists are utopian it sure fits don’t it?

    Many are, but to conflate globalism with utopianism leaves out many utopian ideologies/mistakes.

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  26. CarolJoy, Not So Easy To Kill Coolidge
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    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is that humans are not meant to be globally controlled and homogeneous.

    We are not meant to be globally controlled, but the rapid development of international ngo’s – supported by our tax dollars! – as well as the over development of technology indicates that global control is already in the works.

    The “sustainabilty” movement was first announced by junior Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi back in 1992, At that time,  she  announced not only the goals of that program being an environmental coalition headed by ngo’s, she also assured the public that then president Poppy Bush had signed on to it. (That is not that surprising as he had already proudly decreed that the attack on Iraq was the first step toward The New World Order. Numerous videos still up and running show the man stating this.)

    The term “sustainability” was chosen as it has its roots in the environmental protections that were needed back in the day when our rivers caught fire. The expression carries that flavor of planting trees and putting out bird feeders for our feathered friends. (And never mind that in Scotland some wheres between 80,000 and 800,000 trees have been cut down from verdant Scottish hillsides to put in the “energy efficient” wind turbines.)

    However “sustainability”  really is about deprivation. Already we in the USA have gone in just 5 short years from having 2.5 million small mostly organically minded farms to under 600,000. The avian bird flu is now being hammered into the public’s consciousness as the next event that will not only possibly lead to more lockdowns, but to the destruction of chicken farmers’ flocks as well as eliminating even more egg production facilities than those already eliminated.

    Of course, as young snide people say “No worries!” After all,  the public is being assured that we can eat ze bugs!

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  27. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    MiMac (View Comment):

    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    MiMac (View Comment):

    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is that humans are not meant to be globally controlled and homogeneous.

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is anti-utopian- man cannot reach heaven by his own means….

    Since the globalists are utopian it sure fits don’t it?

    Many are, but to conflate globalism with utopianism leaves out many utopian ideologies/mistakes.

    Now that is a silly statement. 

    Globalism is a form of utopianism. Like Communism. Of course, Communism is also globalist in its philosophy, even if that got a little sideways USSR/China wise. 

     

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  28. MiMac Thatcher
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    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    MiMac (View Comment):

    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    MiMac (View Comment):

    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is that humans are not meant to be globally controlled and homogeneous.

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is anti-utopian- man cannot reach heaven by his own means….

    Since the globalists are utopian it sure fits don’t it?

    Many are, but to conflate globalism with utopianism leaves out many utopian ideologies/mistakes.

    Now that is a silly statement.

    Globalism is a form of utopianism. Like Communism. Of course, Communism is also globalist in its philosophy, even if that got a little sideways USSR/China wise.

    only silly to the historically ignorant. Many forms of utopianism are decidedly not globalist.

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  29. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    MiMac (View Comment):

    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    MiMac (View Comment):

    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    MiMac (View Comment):

    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is that humans are not meant to be globally controlled and homogeneous.

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is anti-utopian- man cannot reach heaven by his own means….

    Since the globalists are utopian it sure fits don’t it?

    Many are, but to conflate globalism with utopianism leaves out many utopian ideologies/mistakes.

    Now that is a silly statement.

    Globalism is a form of utopianism. Like Communism. Of course, Communism is also globalist in its philosophy, even if that got a little sideways USSR/China wise.

    only silly to the historically ignorant. Many forms of utopianism are decidedly not globalist.

    It is silly because you ascribed do. You imply that I was saying utopianism had to be globalist, which, clearly, I did not say that. 

    Thus, silly to argue against it. 

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  30. MiMac Thatcher
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    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    MiMac (View Comment):

    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    MiMac (View Comment):

    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    MiMac (View Comment):

    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is that humans are not meant to be globally controlled and homogeneous.

    The lesson of the Tower of Babel is anti-utopian- man cannot reach heaven by his own means….

    Since the globalists are utopian it sure fits don’t it?

    Many are, but to conflate globalism with utopianism leaves out many utopian ideologies/mistakes.

    Now that is a silly statement.

    Globalism is a form of utopianism. Like Communism. Of course, Communism is also globalist in its philosophy, even if that got a little sideways USSR/China wise.

    only silly to the historically ignorant. Many forms of utopianism are decidedly not globalist.

    It is silly because you ascribed do. You imply that I was saying utopianism had to be globalist, which, clearly, I did not say that.

    Thus, silly to argue against it.

    Word games as always….

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