Former insider: Here’s how globalists think

Ted Malloch has served on the executive board of the World Economic Forum. He’s held an ambassador-level post in the United Nations. He’s worked in international capital markets on Wall Street and held a senior position in the U.S. State Department.So he understands globalism because he used to live and work among globalists. And during a recent appearance on The Alex Jones Show, he shed some light on how globalists operate.“To some degree, I would say if you want to understand globalism, you need to get at the spiritual bearings, the spiritual underlying currents in globalism, which is not only relativistic, but it’s a divorce, a great divorce, from religion and from any notion that there is a God who exists or that you can know Him personally,” explained Malloch, author of “Davos, Aspen, and Yale: My Life Behind the Elite Curtain as a Global Sherpa.”Noting the low percentage of western Europeans who follow any religious tradition anymore, he added, “They would like to move the rest of the world away from their traditional bearings, from their traditional cultures, from their traditional scriptures.”The goal is to replace those traditions with whatever the globalists want people to believe.“Who will be in charge then? Unelected bureaucrats who we call ‘experts’ – really aren’t that expert – who pull over on the rest of the population what they want to do,” Malloch said. “And there’s no democracy left in the end, there’s no faith left in the end. There’s just one gray monolithic state.”


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