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Common Citizens Being Overrun By Internationalism

In these days, when common citizens of America can hardly get the "holy grail" of a job, anymore, because of elite internationalists running most of the big companies in the nation, and favoring foreigners or internationalists over citizens who refuse to be internationalists for their executives and managers, and increasingly for the overall workforce, Americans who know better than to trust the political and economic status quo are going to have to redouble their efforts to compete politically against one-party "Democratic-Republican" rule in America.  The fantasy of the so-called two party system in America is becoming uncovered and exposed by the brazen internationalism of the "Democratic-Republican Party," which for a long time has allowed companies to flee to foreign destinations and permanently set up businesses and industries abroad, and still allows them to avoid paying taxes needed for, among other things, infrastructure and education, here, and…

Television & Peddling Internationalism

Fitting like a glove with their pro globalization & open borders fixation, pro internationalist MSNBC is showcasing a so-called global citizens extravaganza, as "global citizen" is just another name for "internationalist," and yet another front in that cable television network's continued propagandistic diminution of the long-standing economic and governmental foundations of which average citizens depend on their livelihood for, and the "governmental" side being a major part of our national identity.  A foundation, overall, that at least can be shaped through democratic means to work in the interests of all citizens, where citizens have every advantage, and one that upholds the common culture.  Globalization, however, is the antithesis of democracy, and the entire experiment has been a disaster for the poor and the working class, and not much better for the middle class.  America's "Democratic-Republican" party [singular] hasn't…