The Stars Are Beginning to Align! Globalism Is Dying a Slow and Painful Death….

The past week has seen more and more evidence that Globalism is hanging on by a thread. No matter where you look, there are more and more signs that it won’t be long before it dies.

North Korea can smell their freedom from China. Look who is coming back on Thursday and Friday to meet with Secretary Pompeo.

The European Union and PM May took another big smack across their face today with the vote in the U.K. on the deal they negotiated for Brexit.

You know that Brussels is VERY scared of a Hard Brexit!

From the article linked above:

The president of the eurozone finance ministers’ group has hinted at the possibility of changing the terms of the UK’s Brexit deal – despite the European Union’s insistence it can’t be renegotiated.

Centeno, who is Portugal’s finance minister, says, “Just about anything is better than a no-deal Brexit.”

Eastern European countries are getting more and more excited that they have a Western European country that is buying more and more into Nationalism and their agenda. They are also ecstatic at the fact that Italy is home to multiple bases that house US military personnel.

From the article linked above:

Italy and Poland discuss UNITING to form an anti-EU alliance and lead a ‘European spring’ to replace the ‘French-German axis’

  • Italy and Poland’s nationalist leaders seek to overthrow the Brussels elite in May
  • Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini met Polish officials on Wednesday
  • Salvini called for the overthrow of the ‘French-German axis’ in a populist spring 
  • He told his allies in Poland they would lead ‘a European Spring’ – a new energy

Old George Soros is realizing his Utopian dreams are crumbling right in front of his eyes.

I wrote this yesterday about China and Germany.

Germany just dodged the recession classification. However, they WILL NOT be able to escape what is about to happen to their economy in 2019.

From the article linked above:

  • Germany’s economy witnessed lackluster growth in 2018, according to flash data released Tuesday, in line with expectations.
  • German gross domestic product (GDP) grew 1.5 percent in 2018, compared with 2.2 percent in 2017.
  • It’s the weakest rate of growth in five years.

What matters most is the fact that the slowdown of the German economy in the summer has been lasting longer than anticipated and seems to be more than only a temporary blip.” While cars played a factor in the slowing growth picture, Brzeski said Sino-U.S. trade tensions and Brexit had also weighed on the economy.”

There had been indications that the economy had slowed in the second half of 2018. GDP data released in November showed that the economy shrank in the third quarter, by 0.2 percent, marking the first time Germany’s economy had contracted since the first quarter of 2015.

Growth took a hit then due to a decline in exports and what Destatis said were “mixed signals” in terms of domestic demand. Data released last week also showed that German industrial production declined 1.9 percent month-on-month in November, coming in way below a consensus for growth of 0.3 percent.



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