zerohedge.com / by Alastair Crooke / Nov 23, 2016
We are seemingly during a pivotal moment. President-Elect Trump wants to make thespian changes in his nation’s course. His conflict cry of wanting to make “America Great Again” evokes – and roughly positively is commanded to elicit – a epic American mercantile expansions of a Nineteenth and Twentieth centuries.
Trump wants to retreat a off-shoring of American jobs; he wants to revitalise America’s production base; he wants to recast a terms of general trade; he wants growth; and he wants jobs in a U.S. – and he wants to spin America’s unfamiliar process around 180 degrees.
It is an bulletin that is, as it were, utterly laudable. Many Americans wish only this, and a transition in that we are currently in – commanded by a tellurian elusiveness and hunt for expansion (whatever is meant now by this tenure “growth”), clearly requires a opposite mercantile proceed from that followed in new decades.
As Raúl Ilargi Meijer has perceptively posited, greater independence “is a destiny of a world, ‘post-growth’, and post-globalization. Every country, and each society, needs to concentration on self-reliance, not as some maudlin oppulance choice, though as a necessity. And that is not as