Karl Marx’s plan for the globalists to take over the world rested on a simple divide and conquer strategy. It is not a new strategy. Julius Caesar used it to great effect during his conquest of Gaul 2070ish years ago.
There is always going to be one group in a nation who wants to get it over another group, one tribe who wants to dominate or end the domination of another tribe.
Marx divided nations into tribes of rich and poor, owner and worker, and argued that the workers of one country had more in common with the workers of another country than they did with the owners of their own country.
In 1917 Russia fell to the divide and conquer strategy of the globalists, and it took the Russian people until the end of the century to take it back..
However, while the supposedly free world was busy challenging the USSR, the globalists steadily gained control of the key institutions and levers of power in the West, and have set about applying the Marxist divide and conquer strategy to an ever increasing number of socially constructed tribes – eg, “transgender” vs “cis-gender”.
The globalists took control of Europe via the Kalergi Plan-inspired European Union, which in recent years has put its goal to deracinate the peoples of Europe into overdrive. As is typical of the globalists they have pushed too far too fast, and the peoples of Europe are now fighting back to secure the existence of their people.
Eastern Europe has been particularly prominent in opposing the mandatory mass immigration policies of the European Union, and last year Italy joined them as the first of the Western European powers to have its leadership retaken from the hands of the globalists and returned to the people.
The people have not yet been strong enough electorally to take back their countries from the globalists in the rest of Western Europe, but momentum is building, and finding expression in the Yellow Vests movement, especially in France.
Returning to Marx’s divide and conquer strategy, the irony is now that the people of France have more in common with the populist leadership of Italy than they do with the globalist leadership of France, because both desire simply for their own people to live in their own countries, and to have control of their own countries. This is the dynamic behind the current spat between the governments of Italy and France.
France recalled Ambassador Christian Masset for consultations on Thursday after a series of “provocations” from Italian political leaders, France’s Foreign Ministry said.
“France has been, for several months, the target of repeated, baseless attacks and outrageous statements,” the ministry said in a statement. “This is without precedent since the end of World War II.”
On Tuesday, Italian Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio had traveled to Paris to meet members of the “yellow vest” protest movement.
“The latest interference is an additional and unacceptable provocation,” the French ministry said, describing the remarks as a bid to win votes in the European elections in May. “Having disagreements is one thing, but manipulating the relationship for electoral aims is another.”
Italy’s government, composed of Di Maio’s anti-establishment Five-Star Movement and the anti-immigrant League party, has butted heads with France on issues from immigration to African policy.
France’s Foreign Ministry summoned Italy’s ambassador last month after Di Maio had accused France of causing people to migrate to Europe from Africa. He said that France had “never stopped colonizing” African nations and called for EU sanctions against France for its policies which impoverished Africa.
Di Maio criticized the French government for protecting the elite, and said “a new Europe is being born of the ‘yellow vests’, of movements, of direct democracy.”
Nothing like a bit of direct democracy.
How’s this line from Matteo Salvini:
“I hope the French will be able to free themselves of a terrible president…. The opportunity will come on May 26 (the European elections) when finally the French people will be able to take back control of their future, destiny, (and) pride, which are poorly represented by a character like Macron.”
The Populist-Nationalist leadership of Italy must feel that their power, relative to the globalists who have usurped power in the rest of Western Europe, is strong enough that they can get away with openly fomenting revolt. The way things are going, we won’t even need to worry about Brexit or even Italexit. The EU will just crumble away when the people take back their countries.
It’s called direct democracy.
I reckon when Di Maio met with the Yellow Vest leadership it went something like this:
Look, when the SHTF, we will airdrop you the weapons, followed shortly by paratroopers and tanks.
I expect a similar divide and conquer strategy to be used in Gaul within the year, culminating in a Second Battle of Alesia.