The awesome win of Trump is the biggest blow to the “international liberal order” or the “Liberal Leviathan”. That is why they are deceiving peoples in the USA and the world by defaming President Elect Trump and using all sorts of lies, protests, and threats against him and his supporters.
The “international liberal order” is purposely misinterpreting Trump’s stands on immigration, religion, sexuality, trade, national security, foreign relations, defense, health, taxation, environment, energy, and women.
The “international liberal order” was not made by Americans and it was not made for Americans. It is made by foreign globalists for their own benefit. The USA and the rest of the world were abused and exploited by such greedy immoral order.
By simply searching Google, or any other search engine, with “international liberal order” the results make it clearer why the awesome win of Trump is the greatest step in the right direction, not only for the USA, but also for Europe and the whole world.
The results of this search are:
1- The Future of the Liberal World Order, Internationalism After America, By G. John Ikenberry, The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) (a Rockefeller controlled organization), May/June 2011 Issue says:
“As the United States’ relative power declines, will the open and rule-based liberal international order Washington has championed since the 1940s start to erode …”
2- Liberal international economic order, Wikipedia, says:
“In international relations, the liberal international economic order (LIEO) is the global free trade establishment. Critics sometimes refer to LIEO as the Washington Consensus, which implies that this system works mostly in the favor of the United States at the expense of smaller countries.
LIEO is said to be shaped by supranational institutions. The World Trade Organization, for example, creates and implements free trade agreements, while the World Bank issues structural adjustment loans to Third World governments that include conditions ranging from opening up their markets to Western businesses to privatizing public utilities.
Among the firmest underlying assumptions of free market thinking is that as regulations are removed, global trade becomes more efficient and peoples’ needs are better met, allegedly resulting in less poverty, and consequently, stability and peace.
Critics point to rampant abuses of laborers and citizens in the Third World by multinational corporations, as well as the negative effects on public health caused by privatizing public utilities. Another criticism can be the dumping of metals and other wastes into the environment of such nations by corporations. This often effects local environmental health and peoples, most often by industrial facilities such as factories.
Third World countries are particularly incensed by the continuing existence of tariffs on United States and European agricultural products, which they claim run counter to the spirit of free trade and prevent them from taking full advantage of the global marketplace.”
3- Is the international liberal order dying? These five countries will decide, Peter Harris, September 25, 2014, The National Interest says:
“President Obama’s speech to the United Nations was a spirited defense of the current world order and America’s role within that order. It was an acknowledgement that the liberal internationalist status quo is far from invulnerable and, in fact, is gravely under threat; and a warning that the widening and deepening of international cooperation, peace and security require good intentions and assiduous effort on behalf of nations. Today’s relatively benign world order is the result of farsighted decision-making by past leaders, Obama told his audience; its maintenance is now the charge of today’s generation.”
4- The Collapse of the Liberal World Order, Stephen M. Walt, June 26, 2016, Foreign Policy says:
“The world is entering a period where once-robust democracies have grown fragile. Now is the time to figure out where we went wrong.
Once upon a time — that is, back in the 1990s — a lot of smart and serious people believed liberal political orders were the wave of the future and would inevitably encompass most of the globe. The United States and its democratic allies had defeated fascism and then communism, supposedly leaving humankind at “the end of history.” The European Union seemed like a bold experiment in shared sovereignty that had banished war from most of Europe. Indeed, many Europeans believed its unique combination of democratic institutions, integrated markets, the rule of law, and open borders made Europe’s “civilian power” an equal if not superior counterpart to the crude “hard power” of the United States……”
5- The liberal international order is under fire. The United States must defend it., Editorial Board May 21, 2016, The Washington Post, says:
“HARDLY A day goes by without evidence that the liberal international order of the past seven decades is being eroded. China and Russia are attempting to fashion a world in their own illiberal image; Britain is debating a departure from the European Union; Austria’s front-running presidential contender espouses fear of migrants, trade and globalization; and far-right parties are thriving in Europe. The radical Islamic State group wields merciless violence on its own lands in Iraq and Syria and exports terrorism beyond. In the United States, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has attracted millions of voters by campaigning against some of the foundations of American leadership in the world such as the defense alliance with Japan and South Korea ….”.
For more details about the “international liberal order” or the “Liberal Leviathan” read:
Liberal Leviathan: The Origins, Crisis, and Transformation of the American World Order, G. John Ikenberry (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2011).
No doubt that Trump represents a Transatlantic movement and aspirations that are well received internationally and that will serve America and the world against the “international liberal order”.