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Hank Sullivan: The wall, warring ‘big ideas’
Hank Sullivan
Hank Sullivan is a Forsyth County resident, businessman, author and speaker on American history, economics and geopolitics.

Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer want you to believe that their disagreement with President Donald Trump’s proposal to build a wall across the border with Mexico is about money. It’s too expensive. Chuck and Nancy are just protecting the taxpayers. But don’t you recall? When they knew the votes were not there to make it law, the outspoken stars of the Chuck and Nancy Show at one time supported the idea. Now, everyone has a right to change their minds, don’t they? Of course they do. So Chuck and Nancy just changed their minds. Right?

Now, according to President Trump, Chuck, Nancy and all the rest of the Democrats who once favored the wall, but now vehemently oppose it, changed their minds for the political reason of simply resisting him, a Republican, in all he tries to do, their purpose being to satisfy the far-left base of the Democrat Party. Well, there may be some truth to that, and Trump’s allegation is certainly understandable by a politically-smallminded population. But no, this isn’t high school. This isn’t petty jealousy. This isn’t your friend turning on you or stealing your lunch. There are big ideas at stake here, the biggest, a game-changer in the war between nationalism championed by Donald Trump and globalism defended in this case by Chuck and Nancy.

Understand, to the globalists Trump’s wall represents more than just a barrier to prevent bad or disruptive influences into America. It is more than a weapon in the war against terror, drugs and bad people. To the globalists, Trump’s wall on the southern border is a symbol and a permanent stumbling block conceivably preventing them from ever completing their plan, their “big idea.” Spurred by globalist, big money interests, Chuck and Nancy are working to salvage the future possibility that globalism and its sponsors might someday defeat our founding fathers’ own “big idea.” So we have two conflicting “big ideas” here. These two “big ideas” are incompatible, mutually exclusive. If globalism wins, the American founders’ “big idea” would be utterly defeated, for all time, the “last best hope of earth” irrevocably shattered.

Conversely, if Trump is successful, and he builds an effective, permanent structure on America’s southern border, he will simultaneously sign a death warrant to the hopes, dreams, and diabolical plans of the globalist cabal who practically took over the U.S. government and would have cemented that control had Trump not defeated them in 2016. 

Think of all the globalist roadblocks placed against Trump becoming president. Leading up to the 2016 general election against the heavily-favored Hillary Clinton, Trump overcame all conventional thinking and defeated 17 of the best and brightest Republican candidates ever to run for America’s highest office. Never has one political party put that many prospective candidates to run for president. And it is doubtful that it will ever happen again. That is because the globalist cabal knew that if Trump won, he would stand in the way of their plans. None of the other Republican hopefuls, mostly sponsored by globalist backers, represented a challenge to the globalist “big idea.” And certainly, none of them had any opposing “big ideas” of their own. No, had Trump lost the Republican primary in 2016, and had a different victorious Republican somehow defeated Hillary Clinton in the general election, the globalist “big idea” would still be on track, although perhaps slowed from the pace Hillary would have implemented it.

The globalist’s “big idea” is one first publicly articulated by America’s recently-deceased 41st President, George H.W. Bush, on Sept. 11, 1990.  That day Bush proclaimed, “a New World Order,” one in which out of the “crisis of the Middle East,” ultimately “the nations of the world would live in harmony,” coining the globalist mantra, “order out of chaos.” As the American people are slowly discovering, however, the dream of a new political order in the world would become a nightmare for nations everywhere, forced by globalist overseers to either “live in harmony” or die resisting. In opposing the wall, Chuck and Nancy represent the overseers in their attempt to create a borderless one-world corporate government. Trump’s impenetrable wall would put Chuck and Nancy in unrecoverable defeat.

Last Saturday, President Trump proclaimed, “We believe in a safe and lawful system of immigration, one that upholds our laws, our traditions and our most cherished values.” Upholding national laws, cultural traditions and cherished values is incompatible with globalism. Globalists intend on destroying national laws, traditions and values by homogenizing world cultures into one guided by no overriding influences. That is done by opening borders around the world, destroying reminders of national heritage such as Civil War monuments, removing nationalistic references from textbooks, and overwhelming the population with propaganda promulgating the virtues of globalism, the generations never understanding they are being manipulated and enslaved.

And ultimately, to achieve the globalist “big idea,” all references to the one true God in our national and political institutions must be destroyed. America’s “laws, our traditions and most cherished values” are embodied in our founders’ “big idea” that of a people strongly believing in God and the prospect of their nation performing God’s will on earth, eliciting the protection of divine Providence. Trump’s wall would permanently block the possibility of achieving a globalist, one-world private governing apparatus and spring hope that our founders’ “big idea” might be restored. So President Trump’s southern wall is a “big idea” in and of itself. With it, the globalists lose. Without it, the founders’ vision for America would be defeated.


Hank Sullivan is a Forsyth County resident, businessman, author and speaker on American history, economics and geopolitics.