ANALYSIS: A day after his 25-minute "pull aside" with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, United States President Donald Trump has said the era of globalism is finished and declared that the time of patriotism has begun.
In a speech to the United Nations General Assembly, Trump made the declaration, which makes more explicit the America First course on which his administration has set the US.
"The future belongs not to globalists, the future belongs to patriots," Trump said during an unusually low-energy speech.
Only hours after Donald Trump called for an end to globalism, claiming that "the future belongs to patriots", New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern used the same podium to call on the world to reject "fierce nationalism".
"If instead of fierce nationalism or self-interest, we seek to form our tribes based on concepts that can and should be universal," Ardern said in her national statement to the United Nations.
"What if we no longer see ourselves based on what we look like, what religion we practice, or where we live, but by what we value?" Ardern asked.
It is no wonder that high-ranking DEMS and Globalists have their secret bunkers in New Zealand.