This is the real heart of the Iran-US ideological disagreement. Regardless of our 'allowing' nuclear progress in Iran, the globalism process is hindered by Iran and there are those in Washington wanting to eliminate this particular barrier with more war.
Globalism reveals the brutal ruthless nature of the corporate order of things based on the legal exploitation of those countries in need through the mechanism of debt.
Corporate profits have hit record high levels on Wall Street, at the same time job opportunities for the middle class have been disappearing overseas and the less educated have been replaced with robots. For middle America, it will not be getting any better any time soon.
Eventually, those who aren't earning decent wages purchase less and less. As they purchase less, and as corporations have exhausted 'new countries' in which to find low wages, the truth will emerge. At some point in the future this entire corporate concept of greater and greater growth must fall apart. The concept itself is impossible even on the theoretical level.
In St. Louis one finds block after block of deserted and boarded up homes, deserted factories and office buildings, even vacant downtown storefronts.
Detroit is trying to shrink itself by 40 square miles.
On October 25, 60 Minutes had a program on unemployment in Silicon Valley, where formerly high-earning professionals have been out of work for two years and today cannot even find part-time $9 an hour jobs at Target.
The claim that jobs offshoring by US corporations increases domestic employment in the US is one of the greatest hoaxes ever perpetrated.
I sent a letter to the Wall Street Journal, but the editors were not interested in what a former associate editor and columnist for the paper and President Reagan’s Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy had to say. The facade of lies has to be maintained at all costs. There can be no questioning that globalism is good for us.