On December 2nd, 1823, President James Monroe gave his seventh annual message to Congress, in which he asserted the western hemisphere has a natural right to remain free and independent from European powers, with an emphasis on ending colonization. The policy derived from President Monroe’s message would later be applied a number of times throughout our nation’s history, including the Cuban missile crisis, but it’s time for us to develop a modern perspective regarding this doctrine, and take a look at what it can mean for America in the context of combating globalism’s threat to our sovereignty.
“In the discussions to which this interest has given rise and in the arrangements by which they may terminate the occasion has been judged proper for asserting, as a principle in which the rights and interests of the United States are involved, that the American continents, by the free and independent condition which they have assumed and maintain, are henceforth not to be considered as subjects for future colonization by any European powers…“
-President James Monroe, December 2nd 1823
Although the threat of European colonialism has long since abated on our side of the globe, our Great Republic is now at risk of being undermined by quixotic, globalist ideologies finding their origins in Europe, and which radical iconoclasts seek to impress on our public. We aren’t being physically colonized, but rather, we are being ideologically colonized. There’s ample evidence for collusion existing between various factions of our government and these non-governmental organizations originating in Europe, but for the sake of argument, I will be focusing on the most glaring example.
The World Economic Forum, a self-described international organization for “Public-private cooperation,” which can be found here on their website, sees no shame in boldly declaring that their goal is to engage “the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.” They make it plain for all to see that their intention is to sabotage sovereign nations in order to advance their vision of a centralist world paradigm. The organization itself was founded in Geneva, Switzerland, in 1971 as the veritable brainchild of German-born multi-millionaire Klaus Schwab, and represents a truly insidious scheme; by infiltrating our state and federal governments with leaders they sponsor, and whose ideology they control, our right of self-determination is being bought out from underneath us.
One may wonder to what extent the World Economic Forum has already saturated our nation’s infrastructure, but one example above others offers the most incriminating evidence: Build Back Better. I’m sure this slogan rings a few bells in the minds of most Americans; it’s the token term not only used by the World Economic Forum when describing their Marxist plan to use the COVID-19 pandemic as an opportunity to “reinvent capitalism” worldwide, but it was also espoused by the White House to describe a deceptive framework intended to enforce this same WEF policy in our nation. Please visit the two links below to compare the World Economic Forum’s vision with the White House’s proposed framework:
The uncanny resemblance between these policies should prove sufficient evidence to declare that our nation is indeed being subverted by ideologies both foreign and indifferent to our excellence. In order to preserve the general welfare of our United States,it must be proposed that we invoke the Monroe Doctrine without delay when dealing with politicians, political parties, business leaders, and cultural leaders, whose platforms and practices reflect those of European globalists. It would be within our best interests to weed out these traitors from their bought and paid for positions, and scrutinize anyone who regurgitates globalist talking points.
“It is impossible that the allied powers should extend their political system to any portion of either continent without endangering our peace and happiness…“
-President James Monroe, December 2nd, 1823
For the sake of argument, let’s assume this to be true: real “American” ideology, and consequently American politics, have since the inception of our nation sprung up from the principles of the Enlightenment, and are rooted in three key concepts: natural rights, self-determination, and republicanism (the latter referring to the political philosophy, and not the political party). Although these notions were championed by French and English Philosophes in the 17th and 18th centuries, they only truly took root and flourished during the American Revolution. Any theory or philosophy that in any way repudiates these chief American values may be considered foreign, and consequently, hostile to our interests.
Under this assumption, it’s true that wealthy powers and principalities, under the guise of non-government organizations, seek to impose their political and economic will on us in the form of their “great reset” of global institutions. Our peace and happiness as a nation are in danger; when any politician, or political party, stands on a platform promoting global centralization above our own interests as a nation, and when these same ideologies must necessarily uproot our political, cultural, and economic systems to be achieved, we risk forfeiting our sovereignty. Appropriate steps must be taken at once to prevent any further subversion of our Republic by these foreign actors; conventions must be convened, legislators and attorney generals must be recalled, and our citizenry must forge a more resilient vanguard to oversee that our elected officials cater to we, the people, and abide by the Constitutions we’ve ratified. We must prevent wealthy globalists from extirpating our freedom, and reducing us to serfs on our own soil.
There’s much wisdom to be gained from the Monroe Doctrine, both in theory and practice, and it would benefit us all to apply it universally when dealing with entities such as the World Economic Forum, and other unamerican syndicates; whether they be political, cultural, or commercial, we must reign in on their influence sooner rather than later. These organizations seek to reimagine our country and way of life, and the burden rests on us to stop their twisted vision for humanity from emerging. Will we “own nothing, and be happy,” or will we rise up, and cast out those who would enslave us from our midst?