Former insider: Here’s how globalists think

By WND Staff

U.N. Building in Manhattan, New York
U.N. Building in Manhattan, New York

Ted Malloch has served on the executive board of the World Economic Forum. He’s held an ambassador-level post in the United Nations. He’s worked in international capital markets on Wall Street and held a senior position in the U.S. State Department.

So he understands globalism because he used to live and work among globalists. And during a recent appearance on The Alex Jones Show, he shed some light on how globalists operate.

“To some degree, I would say if you want to understand globalism, you need to get at the spiritual bearings, the spiritual underlying currents in globalism, which is not only relativistic, but it’s a divorce, a great divorce, from religion and from any notion that there is a God who exists or that you can know Him personally,” explained Malloch, author of “Davos, Aspen, and Yale: My Life Behind the Elite Curtain as a Global Sherpa.”

Noting the low percentage of western Europeans who follow any religious tradition anymore, he added, “They would like to move the rest of the world away from their traditional bearings, from their traditional cultures, from their traditional scriptures.”

The goal is to replace those traditions with whatever the globalists want people to believe.

“Who will be in charge then? Unelected bureaucrats who we call ‘experts’ – really aren’t that expert – who pull over on the rest of the population what they want to do,” Malloch said. “And there’s no democracy left in the end, there’s no faith left in the end. There’s just one gray monolithic state.”

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People are mistaken if they believe globalists want more diversity, according to Malloch. After all, if they liked diversity, they would embrace the differences between European countries. But they only want to homogenize Europe and make it “one color of gray,” in Malloch’s words.

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The former globalist insider believes it’s important to teach schoolchildren about Western civilization, lest its memory be submerged.

“In the case of Europe, they’ve actually lost touch with their foundational ethos, their entire cultural ethos, the foundations of Western civilization, which is actually Greco-Roman, Judeo-Christian,” he lamented. “They’ve lost it….

“It’s the place where all innovation has been centered, where technology started, where we had the basis of economics, the foundation of law – all of these things were rooted in that Western culture, and we want to just wash our hands of it.”

Not only do globalists want to attack the pillars of Western civilization, but they are “radically against the family,” according to Malloch.

“There are now 17 leaders of European countries and the EU who have no children,” he revealed. “What does that tell you?”

However, Malloch sees hope on the horizon as nationalistic movements sprout up all across Europe.

“I think we see this movement in Europe now,” he said. “It’s very strong in eastern Europe, it’s obviously very strong in Britain. There are elements in every single European country. I think the European elections are proving this, will prove it next year in Italy. All these countries are moving back to their own nationhood…. The world is moving away from this New World Order back to an order that has more to do with states and has to do with national localities.”

Of course, Donald Trump’s election to the U.S. presidency signaled that many Americans were also tired of globalism and ready to return to America-first nationalism. Malloch explained the full meaning and implications of Trump’s historic victory in his book “Hired: An Insider’s Look at the Trump Victory.”

Malloch believes the world will shift even more radically towards nationalism in Trump’s eight years in office – and yes, he believes Trump will serve eight years.

“The whole world is changing to realign with the presidency of Donald Trump…. I think we’re in a new morning for America, but it’s going to be a bumpy ride, and the rest of the world is going to have to learn to live with President Trump.”

However, the globalists are not going down without a fight, Malloch warned. They are still major players on the world stage, with vast resources at their disposal. Malloch expects them to try to work through international organizations to achieve their goals, but given that Trump has pulled the U.S. out of many of these institutions, Malloch is hopeful the organizations will be defunded and delegitimized.

Nevertheless, the battle between globalism and national sovereignty will rage on, with no real end in sight.

“This is an ongoing battle; this is something that’s going to last our lifetimes,” he said. “It’s not a short-term episode, so we have to be prepared to do that.”

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