How does one go about organizing a worldwide protest involving millions of grade-school, high-school, and college students in hundreds of cities on the same day, such as, say, the recent Global Climate Strike that coincided with the United Nations Youth Climate Summit on September 20? While the central stage for this mass spectacle was New York City, parasympathetic events miraculously materialized in London, Paris, Tokyo, Bangkok, Bogota, Budapest, Bucharest, San Salvador, Belgrade, Zagreb, and virtually every other major city.
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.