Glob­al­ism would de­stroy U.S.

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - STEPHEN BALL Lan­caster, Ohio

Amer­i­can pol­i­tics has evolved over the years. Repub­li­can vs. Demo­crat, con­ser­va­tive vs. lib­eral, right vs. left.

To­day the stakes are much higher. It’s more than a dif­fer­ence in phi­los­o­phy to reach a com­mon goal. The strug­gle is be­tween those who are con­sid­er­ing a world so­ci­ety with no bor­ders, no coun­tries and a sin­gle cur­rency. For this to hap­pen, Amer­ica would have to no longer ex­ist or else it would have to be in such dis­or­der that it could no longer func­tion as we know it.

The peo­ple who are work­ing for this global utopia can be found in all ar­eas of our so­ci­ety — in our schools and uni­ver­si­ties, in our large com­pa­nies and our me­dia, in both po­lit­i­cal par­ties and in the “deep state.”

Pres­i­dent Trump is try­ing to keep this from hap­pen­ing by keep­ing Amer­ica strong mil­i­tar­ily and eco­nom­i­cally, and by strength­en­ing our bor­ders to aid in pro­tect­ing our iden­tity and sovereignty. This is why there are many who say they hate Mr. Trump. They know that if he suc­ceeds and Amer­ica re­mains strong, glob­al­ism will never hap­pen. God bless Amer­ica.

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