The financial speculator, George Soros, has been pushing for a New World Order for many years and predicted that it would be led by the Chinese Communist Party.
“You really need to bring China into the creation of new world order, a financial world order,” Soros replied when asked about the role of then-U.S. President Barack Obama on his trip to China in a October 2009 interview with the Financial Times.
“China will emerge as the motor replacing the U.S. consumer,” insisted Soros, who also believed that the dollar would weaken.
“The U.S. will be actually a drag that’s being pulled along through a gradual decline in the value of the dollar” Soros said about the economy of the country that granted him nationality, which he often criticizes.
“But the system we have now has been broken, we just haven’t recognized it completely and therefore we have to create a new one and this is the time to do so,” Soros added.
The new world order is intimately linked to globalization, a trend driven by Soros and other influential figures in the world. This movement has advanced widely in recent decades.
Globalism will be led by a select group of world elites who are pushing an agenda to shape the new world order, with a single – totalitarian – government and a single currency.
Now Soros finds in the worldwide impact caused by the CCP virus pandemic a strong setback to globalization.
Economist and writer Philippe Legrain, Soros’s standard-bearer, expressed through Foreign Policy Magazine the concern of globalists about the way in which the pandemic is curtailing the progress of their progressive policies.
“The coronavirus [CCP Virus] is killing globalization as we know it. The outbreak has been a gift to nativist, nationalists, and protectionists, and is likely to have a long-term impact on the free movement of people and goods,” Legrain observed in his article.
Unlike the globalist movement, nationalist presidents such as Donald Trump (United States), Vladimir Putin (Russia), and Jair Bolsonaro (Brazil) prioritize the good of their respective nations and condemn globalization as reflected in trade and international institutions, according to what Joseph Nye, professor of international relations at Harvard, said to the BBC.
President Donald Trump has revitalized the country’s values and interests, as he announced during his campaign as a presidential candidate with the slogan “Make America Great Again.”
Today, many countries around the world are looking for ways to disengage themselves from the influence they gave to the CCP by moving many of their companies into China as part of globalist development.
The traumatic results generated by the CCP’s controversial handling of the CCP Virus pandemic have made many nations prefer to move away from China.
In the meantime, these countries are studying ways in which they will demand that the CCP compensate them for all the damage caused by their mishandling of the CCP Virus.