By Chris Rossini
While President Trump's actions all-too-often go against his words, he did say something quite admirable yesterday at the UN General Assembly. The president said: "the future does not belong to globalists. The future belongs to patriots."
It's a nice touch for President Trump to say these words in front of people who literally believe that they can "run the world," or "plan for the world," or "save the world," or any other delusion that they've fastened onto themselves.
The world doesn't need "saving," and it surely is not, and will not be "run" by anyone.
The world is the natural home for individual human beings, who have the ability to "run" only one thing --- their own individual human lives.
This has always been the only reality.
But individuals have imaginations. We can imagine that which is not real. We can even believe it. People can envision themselves as high and mighty architects, with blueprints and plans for the entire world. Others can (and do) reinforce the delusions by believing it themselves and by cheering it on.
None of it has (or can) ever come to pass. Reality always smacks it down.
It doesn't matter if they call themselves "globalists". That only shows how overzealous their imaginations really are.
And why stop there?
Why not go for the whole galaxy or universe? They can easily call themselves "universalists" with "plans," "legislation," and "resolutions" to organize the whole universe.
It doesn't change one iota of truth.
Individuals have power to run one life, and one life only -- their own.
Discovering the truth, conditioning yourself to live by it, and then reaping the beneficent results is more than sufficient to keep us occupied.
The delusion begins when a person convinces himself that he's in charge of even a single life other than his own.
The mental disease can then spread from there .... leading all the way to referring to yourself as a "globalist."
The past ... The present ... The future ...
It always belongs to the individual.