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EU Globalists and Chinese Communists Team Up To Protect NWO

On Monday, European Union leaders announced that officials from the EU and China were coming together to strengthen and protect their international trade relations from Trump’s “America First” agenda.

Jyrki Katainen (shown, left), the vice-president of the EU’s ruling and unelected European Commission, said during an interview aired on CNBC Monday morning, “I feel really we are making progress…. Both China and the EU believes in multilateralism and a rules-based world order.”

Katainen’s “rules-based world order” is a soft-sounding label given by globalists to the new world order.

Katainen is no stranger to the globalist community of insiders, as he is one of them. In addition to serving as vice president of the EU Commission, Katainen previously served as the Minister of Finance and former Prime Minister of Finland. He also attended the 2007 and 2009 Bilderberg Meetings.

Katainen is also a member of Finland’s National Coalition Party, which shares the same international affiliation as the Republican Party of the United States — the International Democratic Union. A stalwart advocate of sovereignty-killing “free trade” agreements and strengthening regional and global governance regimes such as the EU and the United Nations, Katainen’s politics are akin to those of Republicans such as Henry Kissinger, John Kasich, Richard Nixon, and the Bush family.

And like many establishment and internationalist Republicans here in the United States, Finland and the EU’s Katainen also love investments from Communist China.

“I was very satisfied for the way the host Vice Premier Liu He organized the meeting. The main outcome, of putting everything in a nutshell, is that we decided in a couple weeks’ time, EU and China will exchange market access offers on investment agreement,” Katainen told CNBC, adding that it was “the first big step forward.”

In addition to being the vice premier of China, Liu He is also a member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of China, which oversees the CPC.


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