Well, one cannot be either today.
The definition of globalization and free-markets are ambiguous, and thus their supposed implementation will be. You may notice how a discussion on either subject, even with the supposed experts of their usage leads to wild speculation of consequences — courtesy of “rebels” without a clear cause.
So, one must clearly define globalization and define freedom before such a question can be answered. I have done already extensively, see my previous write-ups on globalization and freedom.
Today both globalization and free-markets are portrayed as flat-world monisms, both equally incompatible with the relativity theory of a round-world that lays at the foundation of (human) evolution.