During his first major public appearance Thursday since his wife lost the presidential election last year, former President Bill Clinton insinuated that people of a nation uniting to defend their interests and their way of life posed a threat to the world.
“People who claim to want the nation-state are actually trying to have a pan-national movement to institutionalize separatism and division within borders all over the world,” he said, while delivering the keynote address at an event hosted by the liberal Brookings Institution, according to Politico.
He added that the various peoples who inhabit the world must either learn to “all live under the same set of rules” or reach “the edge of our destruction.”
Speaking three days later on Fox News, former U.K. Independence Party leader Nigel Farage, who helped engineer the Brexit movement last year, quickly and effortlessly dispatched the former president’s pathetically oversimplified view of the world.
“Bill Clinton, Tony Blair and all those politicians — what they tried to do was to give away the ability of nation-states to make their own laws and have their own democracies,” he said. “They wanted to sign us up to forms of global government.”
It is called globalism, or what Dictionary.com defines as “the attitude or policy of placing the interests of the entire world above those of individual nations.”
Listen to Farage’s full statement below:
“And I would say this to Bill Clinton: Actually, we’re the ones — on our side of the argument — we believe in democracy, we believe in the value of the nation-state, we believe in being good neighbors with as many countries in the world as we can possibly do, and it might be better if people like Clinton and Blair stop moaning and recognize that the world has changed.”
Alas, the world contains many people — mainly liberal Democrats — who share Clinton’s and Blair’s vision for a homogeneous global community of government-controlled lemmings where everybody looks, thinks and acts the same.
These people need to get a grip. But more than that, they need to get out of the way.
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