During a United Nations conference on counter-terrorism in Vienna, Austria, Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó branded the mass migration plan championed by the UN a “serious threat” to humanity. The foreign minister (shown here in another UN venue) observed that the UN should spend more of its resources on fighting global terrorism and shift resources from its mass migration schemes to do so.
Globalism is becoming politically toxic. But it is not dead yet. As an informal global coalition of national leaders forms to resist globalism and the engineered destruction of self-government and national sovereignty, Australia's milquetoast prime minister, Scott Morrison (shown on left), added his voice to the growing chorus. But there is more to his half-hearted criticism of globalism than meets the eye.