Kerry and Obama: Get Ready for a Borderless World


Secretary of State John Kerry, keen to stem the rising tide of nationalism that has propelled Donald Trump’s candidacy for the Republican nomination for President, warned college graduates to prepare for a “complex and borderless world” during a commencement speech before Northeastern University graduates, while President Barack Obama told graduating students at Rutgers University that building walls will not change our increasingly interconnected world.

Kerry, speaking to graduating students from Northeastern University in Boston, took a not-so subtle jab at Trump, specifically at his call for the construction of a wall along the border with Mexico, while also pushing the new globalist slogan of a “borderless world”.

“The future demands from us something more than a nostalgia for some rose-tinted version of the past that did not really exist in any case,” he said. “You’re about to graduate into a complex and borderless world.”

Appearing before graduating students at Rutgers University, President Obama was all too eager to join his Secretary of State in attacking Trump’s call for a border wall. “The world is more interconnected than ever before…Building walls won’t change that,”  he said.

When Kerry, Obama and other globalists call for a borderless society, they are talking about a corporate-dominated global government that will trample over the rights of individual nation-states and their people.

The battle between globalism and nationalism is not limited to the United States, as residents of the United Kingdom prepare to cast their votes in a nationwide referendum on whether or not to leave the European Union. The campaign, known as “Brexit”, has split the governing Conservative Party, with Prime Minister David Cameron campaigning for the United Kingdom to remain in the EU and popular former Mayor of London Boris Johnson campaigning for its withdrawal.

While refusing to directly debate those in his own party who support leaving the EU, specifically Johnson, Cameron has agreed to appear in a televised “debate” with Nigel Farage, leader of the United Kingdom Independent Party (UKIP), who has campaigned vigorously for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. It should be noted, however, that Cameron insisted on the condition that he and Farage appear on stage, and answer questions from the moderator, separately.

UKIP Farage

In his quest to keep the United Kingdom in the EU, Cameron has waged a fear-based campaign by suggesting “Brexit” could lead to a new world war or terrorist attacks in the UK.

Meanwhile, Johnson noted that every notable historical attempt to unite Europe has ended in failure. “The truth is that the history of the last couple of thousand years has been broadly repeated attempts by various people or institutions — in a Freudian way — to rediscover the lost childhood of Europe, this golden age of peace and prosperity under the Romans, by trying to unify it,” he said. “Napoleon, Hitler, various people tried this out, and it ends tragically.”

Boris Johnson on his family farm in the Exmoor National Park in Devon 

In this new borderless society, nation-states, many of which will call themselves Communist (or Socialist), will be administered by a multi-national crony-Capitalist globalist combine that, itself, is above the law.

Obama, speaking during a townhall event in Argentina earlier this year after his visit to Cuba, downplayed the differences between Capitalism and Communism/Socialism in order to further distort the public’s ability to differentiate between phony Socialism at the nation-state level and the crony-Capitalists who dominate everything at the global level.

“So often in the past there has been a division between left and right, between capitalists and communists or socialists, and especially in the Americas, that’s been a big debate…..Those are interesting intellectual arguments, but I think for your generation, you should be practical and just choose from what works. You don’t have to worry about whether it really fits into socialist theory or capitalist theory. You should just decide what works.”

Look no further than collapsing Venezuela to see the kind of society these “borderless society” globalists intend for us to live in.

Clifford Cunningham is a freelance writer from Massachusetts. He served two terms as a City Councilor in his hometown near Boston, leaving office in January 2016. He also contributes to Infowars.

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