Many would interpret “Globalism” as a symbol describing the state of world affairs benefiting the collective. Concurrently, the very people convey “Globalization” as an act of defiance against the populist rhetoric. But- One may too yet, boldly argue that – The Slogan “Collective World Affair” by itself is, indeed, an “ strives to appeal to the ordinary people,” only on a global scale. Or- maybe — Globalism is the populism, only to the worldwide extent, a prelude of the Neo-Feudalists swindle!! — Adam Tabriz, MD

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“Peace of mind would come to all people through the universal respect for the basic human rights of everyone”

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