Which Countries Were Positively Impacted By Globalization?

None, for the only positive influence to aid our evolution, is the strength of a country’s renewability. Quite a different measure than the rat-race of wealth accumulation in a state growing (most commonly commensurate with the cost of living) as the silly measure economics prefers to promulgate.

The problem with our current globalization strategies is that globalization is comprised of a set of attempted totalitarian monisms by the systems (generally invented right here in the U.S.) globalization deploys. Methods of absolutism in blatant violation of the most fundamental principles of freedom I might add, quite disrespectful to the world’s innate relativity. And world history has borne out all too frequently how monisms of any kind are bad for the world and have proven to leave a trail of negative societal impact (of long) behind.

I can see how countries benefit from reaching a higher leaderboard position in the pageantry of economics, yielding better negotiation positions on the world stage. But none of that will improve the wherewithal of humanity to strengthen and renew itself, and to avoid how we as the most intelligent species on earth are bound to live the shortest. The horse-race of economic factoids is entirely irrelevant to human evolution.

Hence, if your measure of positivity is the prolonging of humanity, the deployment of globalization has not improved any country’s standing at all, in fact, reliance on dumb monisms in violation of freedom turns man into robots of enslavement and mediocrity, and thus is instead responsible for human atrophy.

The sign of an intelligent nation is its willingness and ability to reinvent itself, upstream. Let’s inspire the world with new rigors of excellence we first and successfully apply to ourselves.

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