Globalism is deadly. If you don’t believe me, just consider the rapid spread of the Wuhan coronavirus to the United States from an open-air meat market in China.
The international elites should acknowledge how difficult it is to contain and eradicate a virus in a world of open borders, but they will never admit to something like that. They’re too busy getting the personal benefits of cheap immigrant labor.
While the deadly coronavirus was quickly infecting people at the speed of air travel, globalists were enjoying wine and caviar at their annual confab in Davos, Switzerland. Politico.com even featured an article headlined “Globalists Gone Wild” to describe the energetic participation of Mitt Romney and George W. Bush in globalist celebrations.
The globalists were clueless about how fast a fatal, highly contagious virus can sweep across a world of open borders, free trade, and unchecked migration. All of this started at an outdoor market in Wuhan, China. This wasn’t like some American supermarket with American health standards. It was an open-air meat market trafficking meat from cats, bats, snakes, and other animals we don’t eat here in the United States.
With these unclean animals sold in unsanitary conditions, the deadly coronavirus easily jumped to humans. Without the globalist principle of open borders, the virus might have been easily contained and eradicated by China with its immense resources. China admitted that many people died from this virus because of a lack of proper treatment
The tragic loss of life is undeniable, but we shouldn’t forget about the economic losses caused by this outbreak, too. Investor Nigel Green observed that “The coronavirus is the No. 1 threat to financial markets currently as global investors are becoming jittery on the uncertainty.” Green and others are right to point out the risk.
Clearly, the globalist mindset is a very real threat to the wellbeing of the American people. We don’t need unfettered immigration from other nations with poor health conditions and such infectious diseases. We need an America first mindset to guide every aspect of our national government. American lives, after all, are at stake.