The Wrong Brand of Globalism

The brand of globalism that our elites practice is wrong.

It’s wrong for us, and it’s wrong for the elites.

Of course, the elites can’t see that because they are morally blind. Money has a way of doing that.

The elites believe in an imperialist version of globalism. They see the United States and their allies in the West as the executives to the world, and they see the people in Haiti and Southeast Asia as the worker bees who will work for peanuts to make finished goods for citizens in the West.

Naturally, of course, the lion’s share of the profits will go to the rich in their walled off developments across the United States and in particular Martha’s Vineyard.

The elites and their media lackeys justify their exploitation of these have-not nations as the price they pay for “we the enlightened” bringing democracy to their otherwise destitute nations.

In reality though, we in the West make these nations destitute.

Our apparel companies like Levi’s and Nike pay workers 5 to $10 a day to make our jeans and shoes. Our agricultural companies like Cargill and ADM dump their cheap corn and rice into the exploited nations thus destroying their local agriculture.

The dictators that our elites prop up in those exploited nations through the CIA, their thug agency, ensure that this economic model is possible.

This is the only possible way for the elites to gain unbridled wealth. They wouldn’t be able to do so if they were making an honest buck.

This is how the wealthy in Britain got so wealthy in centuries past.

Those fabulous mansions that the British aristocracy lived in were paid for by the sweat of the workers in the slave plantations that Britain ran around the globe.

When the British weren’t subjugating countries like India and China, they were running slave plantations in Guyana, Jamaica and Fiji.

That’s why you can meet people of Indian extraction who come from Guyana and Fiji. The British elite tricked illiterate Hindu into becoming indentured servants via a thumbprint signature.

When you watch films like Pride and Prejudice or Downton Abbey, and you see the fabulous mansions that Mr. Darcy and Lord Grantham owned, you are looking at stolen wealth.

Our elites here in the United States are impressed by that.

They seek to emulate the British.

But we are not British. We are Americans.

Moreover we should not be British.

We have a common language, English, but that’s it.

Our ancestors didn’t live in mansions Like those of the Lord Grantham and Mr. Darcy; on the contrary, our ancestors lived in work houses like those depicted in Oliver Twist.

This is all the more reason to walk away from Britain’s brand of imperialism.

It is Britain’s brand of imperialism that serves as the model for our modern day globalism.

It’s a wrong model. It’s a wrong vision.

The proper brand of globalism involves a sharing of wealth and productivity.

Each nation should make within reason 80% of its own goods for its own people.

In this manner, every nation can be a winner.

In the current model, exploited nations are used as slave labor camps for the rich who live on Martha’s Vineyard.

Exploited nations also serve as sanctuaries for wealthy corporations to avoid environmental and financial scrutiny.

Exploited nations also serve as pop-off valves to keep wages low in western nations.

The result is the lesser quality of life for citizens in both the exploited and exploiter nations.

The only people who win are the rich.

Free trade is really free imperialism.

It’s the wrong brand of globalism.

When we help others, we help ourselves.

When we help the people of Haiti and Southeast Asia become more prosperous, we become more prosperous.

Paradoxically our rich will live a more rewarding life. But they are too blind to see this.

Obsession with money has created this moral blindness.

They have become a cancer cell practicing the wrong brand of globalism.


Archer Crosley

Copyright 2021 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

The Wrong Brand of Globalism

Our elites vision of globalism is wrong. Of course, their vision is intentionally wrong, but it is wrong nonetheless.

Our elites claim they are for free trade, but this claim is false.

Our elites are for free imperialism.

Free trade is when I make a product in my country, and you make a product in your country, and then we meet in the middle to exchange those products.

That is not what is going on in our economic global system today.

What the elites have given us is the following: I set up a factory in your country in order to exploit your workers while escaping the oversight of the United States government, while you import cheap products from your country so as to wipe out my competition here in industries that I do not currently control. To cement the deal, I will give you part ownership in my companies while you give me part ownership in your companies. In essence, we will run a global cartel that no one will notice. No one will notice because we will disguise ownership through a dizzying maze of holding companies and hedge funds.

Everybody’s a winner, except, for the worker.

In the elite’s brilliant global system, products are barged and shipped all over the world 15 times before they find their way to your house.

Some parts of the products are manufactured in Argentina, others in France, still others in Russia, still others in Africa. Then all of it is put together In India before it is barged to the United States.

It is done this way in order to get the maximal exploitation of worker’s wages.

That’s not what we want.

The globalism that we want is where each country makes 80% of its products in entirety within reason.

The products that a country cannot make, they can trade for.

What we want to achieve is self-sufficiency and maximum labor wages.

This is the most enlightened way.

When we do this, more people have more money to purchase more goods. They also have more power to make the decisions that they want to make.

Under the current system laborers receive the least amount of wages, have the least amount of power, and make the least decisions that they need to make.

Of course, this is what the elites want, because the elites know that if people have more power and more money, they, the elites, will be out of a job.

The only way to transform the world for the better is to defeat the current brand of globalism.

What is used to sell free trade to the people is the concept of cheap products – commonly sold at Walmart. The elites tell us that the cost of products will go up if goods are manufactured here in the United States.

This is true.

What they don’t tell you is that if products are manufactured here in America, Americans will have more money with which to purchase those products. In fact, they will have a hell of a lot more money.

Furthermore, these newly empowered Americans will be less likely to rely on the federal government for assistance.

Currently, because jobs are shipped out to China, many Americans have to rely on the federal government in one form or another.

These are the hidden costs of free trade.

When workers here have more money, and a hell of a lot more of it, there will be less necessity for the federal government.

Many of our social ills such as drug use, drug abuse, delinquency, theft, psychiatric illness, murder and divorce will evaporate.

This will necessarily decrease the need for the federal government to fix things.

This is of course precisely what our entrenched federal government does not want. The federal government does not want it because the corporations who control them do not want it.

Corporations make a fortune off the prison industry. They also make a fortune helping the political parties run their welfare plantations.

Who supplies all the office buildings necessary for running the welfare plantation?

Who builds those buildings?

Who prints up all the identity cards?

Who handles the payment processing?

Who builds and maintains the computer processing software?

Who sells the abstruse and labyrinthine quality improvement programs?

Who makes a fortune in consultancy fees?

It is Corporate America who benefits.

Corporate America benefits vastly off free imperialism.

The losers are the American people.


Archer Crosley

Copyright 2021 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

The Locusts

The ignoramus in chief spoke today about the caravan from Honduras that was coming our way.

He made them sound like  locusts that were inexorably eating their way to the North.

That’s a hoot.

He threatened the government of Honduras that there would be hell to pay if they didn’t stop the caravan.

Who is he kidding?

Such threats underscore Trump’s complete misunderstanding of US foreign policy in the region.

Well, when you stopped reading after the age of twelve, what do you expect?

It is US foreign policy via CAFTA, the Central American Free Trade Agreement that is responsible for this caravan.

CAFTA is a product of the New World Order.

The New World Order is about free trade, and free trade is about exploitation.

The people of Central America are being exploited.

They work for slave wages in a polluted environment riddled  with gangs thanks to Corporate America.

Who wants to work in that?


The people come here for a better life they know they will never get there.

It’s for a good cause though  – the rich get richer and you get poorer.

What will work for these people, what will stop the caravan is a reversal of the New World Order.

What will work is the stopping of exploitation of foreign peoples.

There was a President who had a great vision for the United States. His name was John Kennedy. The New World Order did not like his vision of enabling peoples from foreign countries, and so they killed him.

They did it through their Central Intelligence Agency which is the private army of the New World Order.

Why do you think puppets of the New World Order in the media continually support Lee Harvey Oswald as the man who shot John Kennedy?

They do so because they don’t want you to know who the real killers were, that being the New World Order.

When you realize that, the massive immigration from Central America will stop. Until that point, say hello to your new brothers from the south.

You get the government you choose to believe in. 

If you believe in lies, my friend, you get to lie down in the bed that those lies support.

The Beauty of Free Trade

Have you ever wondered why these immigrants are pouring north from Central America?

If you are like me you probably are under the impression that they are running away from MS 13 gangsters.

If you thought that, you would be right.

But why does Central America produce these MS 13 gangsters?

Look no further than your United States government which has been hijacked by Corporate America.

Corporate America is responsible for pushing through CAFTA or the Central America Free Trade Agreement.

You’ve heard of NAFTA; well,  meet its brother, CAFTA.

CAFTA Is an unwanted interloper in central America.  The citizens there didn’t want it at all.  They knew what it would bring.

And what it has brought is what all free trade brings – poverty, pollution, violence and slave wages.

Free trade has been a disaster for Central America, and that is why these people are leaving.

When economic times are bad, when people have shitty jobs, gangs abound.

Who wants to raise their children in the midst of gangs?

That is why these mothers with kids in tow have to come to the United States of America.

You heard about the caravan a few months ago that was slowly moving through Mexico on its way to the border?

Desperate people will give up everything for a better chance in life.

They will give up their homes, their extended families, the possessions they own, even their native language.  

They will risk death and robbery on the road.

They will risk discrimination when they get here, for in the United States of America they will get some protection from these gangs.

In addition, if they have a child who was born in the United States, that child will be a citizen of the United States and will enjoy a life their parents could only dream of.

Who will pay for all of this?

You the American people. Who will profit from all this?

Corporate America.

Free trade is a welfare program for greedy corporations that you pay for.

Why Doesn’t Free Trade Work

Everybody talks about free trade, but no one talks about why it doesn’t work.

It doesn’t work because its real name is free greed or free exploitation.

Free trade didn’t work a thousand years ago, or five thousand years ago; and it doesn’t work today.

It doesn’t work because free trade taken to its absurd extension permits one corporation to make all products for everyone all over the globe for slave wages. Free trade works against small and medium sized businesses and in time wipes these competitors off the map. The larger corporations having greater financial resources and, of course, unquenchable thirst for money, have the resources to buy off politicians who can institute expensive and cumbersome regulations that small competitors can not meet. The same politicians can also be “persuaded” to look the other way as employees are being brutalized. This arrangement does not take into account man’s basic desire, need and right to contribute meaningfully to society.

The free trade that America engages in today with Indonesia is a classic example. There workers, outside the control of the US government, toil for sixteen hours per day in a standing position for the grand sum of two dollars per day. Yet the products they ship back to America are just as costly as they were when Americans made those products. Furthermore, because these products are made overseas, average Americans, without work, turn to drugs, violence and criminal activity. They also become welfare recipients. This produces a drag upon society. So, not only do Indonesians not win, Americans lose as well. Indonesians become slaves to corporations as Americans become slaves of the state. The state working in concert with the larger corporations does little to solve the problem save talk.

What does work is fair trade where, within reason, 80% of a nation’s goods are made within that nation. Such an arrangement permits average people and small to medium businesses to live a productive life. It recognizes man’s essential need and right to live a meaningful life where he can contribute to the betterment of his nation. Sadly, free trade does not do that.

Free trade works for the rich, not you. Free trade permits the rich to live their fantasy lifestyle of possessing mansions all over the globe, mansions fully staffed and ready to go for when the great man graces us with his presence. This is what free trade is all about.