“These are race-baiting ideas, anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant ideas, anti-woman––all key tenets making up an emerging racist ideology known as the ‘Alt-Right.’”
As with the “Bernie Bros” of the Democratic primaries, Hillary has once again demonized her opposition in a desperate effort to slander a rival.
But wait, the true cringe happens once she starts running with this theory.
Instead of simply focusing on her enemy, Hillary decided to enlighten her audience on “this global brand of extreme nationalism.”
In what must be homage to her paymasters, Hillary attacked anti-globalist figures across the world, from Nigel Farage to Vladimir Putin.
“Just yesterday, one of Britain’s most prominent right-wing leaders, a man named Nigel Farage, who stoked anti-immigrant sentiments to win the referendum to have Britain leave the European Union, campaigned with Donald Trump in Mississippi,” Hillary said.
“In fact, Farage regularly appears on Russian propaganda programs.”
“And the grand godfather of this global brand of extreme nationalism is Russian President Vladimir Putin.”
The effects of globalism created the main platform of the Trump campaign, which promises to stop political correctness, curb immigration and secure national borders.
Unfortunately for the establishment, the fear of being labeled a “bigot” may not be enough to stem the tide of nationalism across the West.
Endless wars, economic decline and cultural instability continue to drive voters into the Trump camp, but Hillary's rhetoric illustrates how her presidency would allow these issues to persist.
Instead of diagnosing the root of our problems, Hillary just attacked the symptoms.
Unlike Trump, Hillary assumes a warlike posture towards Russia unseen since the Cold War.
The former Secretary of State also holds enduring pacts with the Sunni monarchies, the same states funding Islamic terrorists around the world.
“The names may have changed. Racists now call themselves 'racialists'. White supremacists now call themselves 'white nationalists'." Clinton said.
"The paranoid fringe now calls itself 'alt-right'. But the hate burns just as bright," she concluded.
In Hillary's reality, nationalism will never coexist with the globalist agenda, instead patriotism is the last refugee of "racists" or "bigots."
Nowhere, because globalism is not a global phenomenon. It is propaganda piece wielded by international corporations to subvert the West into serving their interests at home and abroad.
Open borders to flood labor markets with illegal workers. Special H-1B visas to fill specialized fields with imported workers. Free trade deals to move industrial and agricultural production overseas.
The establishment would tell you these problems are merely 'growing pains,' a small price to pay on the road to 'cultural enrichment'.
After all, if people collectively rallied around national unity, it would present an threat to the corruption gripping our political class.