What is so bad about globalism?

Globalism is the concept of making the world more connected by technology, politics, financial systems, etc. Some paranoids rant and rave about a North American Union just to push their own agenda, but there will be no North American Union. I think of anti-globalists as isolationists, nativists, and ultra-nationalists who need to get out of the Dark Ages and start thinking like 21st Century human beings.

Asked By: Michael E - 4/16/2008
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Globalization is not necessarily a bad thing, in and of itself... provided that it is defined by 'sovereign nations cooperating to achieve goals that are in the best interest of both/all parties... More
Answered By: Oishi - 4/16/2008
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Because then all people are able to provide for themselves and apparently, that's bad to people who do not want some people to succeed.
Answered By: Pelosi's Poolboy - 4/16/2008
Why sends American jobs, capital and accomplishments elsewhere? Why should Americans foster the wealth of other nations? I am a Nationalist. America 1st. I couldn't care less about the wealth of other nations... More
Answered By: FatPizza9 - 4/16/2008
the only time I balk at globalism is when the World Court gets brought in, we have had US Supreme Court Justices site World Court decisions to justify votes on US Constitutional law. I do not like global justice, we will get raped.
Answered By: wiliemom - 4/16/2008
It whether you believe the propaganda or choose to examine the results of world-wide corporate domination that is starvation poverty and unrest
Answered By: Hi, Vote Nader! - 4/16/2008
Let me ask you a question. What is so bad about wanting to be an isolationist? People have divided themselves for several reasons. There's nothing wrong with not wanting to buy into the big picture. Furthermore, what makes your rant about globalism any more superior to the rants of the anti-globalists?
Answered By: EvilSandia - 4/16/2008
The main problem is when it puts the US at a disadvantage... More
Answered By: gary g - 4/16/2008
It's the right thing, to share the wealth of the world... More
Answered By: Love Canada - 4/16/2008
I think you're right. Globalism is a good thing, and those who object to it do so for all the wrong reasons. Labor unions in America that want to work less and be paid more object to globalism because it lets their employers send jobs off to people who will actually do them without raping the company. Then there are... More
Answered By: Elizabeth B - 4/16/2008
Your a complete moron... More
Answered By: Freedom Is Popular - 4/16/2008
Like everything else, globalism can be a good thing if done correctly, legally, and fairly... More
Answered By: Michelle M - 4/16/2008
Nothing if your retirement fund is vested there. The working stiffs are still stiffed.
Answered By: Adios - 4/16/2008
Globalism is bad because you expand and exploit all people on earth and force them to live under one rule... More
Answered By: JTORRES - 4/16/2008
The Globe has too many greedy feckers infesting it.
Answered By: TD Euwaite™ - 4/16/2008
Let's see...*thinking*...and what else, what other ideologies can we spread when we populate Mars? JPL came out with it, finally...on the Science Channel... More
Answered By: elyslund - 4/16/2008
Globalism is the concept of making the power structures more connected and far reaching. Similar to what you said only far more accurate. As fewer individuals exercise power over larger populations and land masses the rights of the individuals in that area will always be further restricted. This is common sense and an... More
Answered By: virgil - 4/16/2008
let the rest of the world take care of themselves. we need to worry about our own back yard..globalazation is a one world goverment set of rules and laws.That is a dictatorship.libertarian thinker my ass .socialist even communist thinker is what you are... More
Answered By: melinda s - 4/17/2008
Globalism= Bad! Let's not give Neo-Cons anymore Power over more defenseless people! Please. What makes you so sure there is going to be no North American Union? It's very well documented that America, Canada and Mexico are well on their way to "integration". I've been to the government websites and have read their... More
Answered By: Marisa L - 4/17/2008
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