French President Emmanuel Macron urged for total submission to globalism during a speech at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Thailand on Friday.
“We are in a jungle and we have two big elephants, trying to become more and more nervous” Macron said, comparing U.S. and China to large animals who must be controlled.
“If they become very nervous and star a war, it will a big problem for the rest of the jungle. You need the cooperation of a lot of other animals, tigers, monkeys and so on,” he added, amused at his comparison.
Macron said that the multipolar world, without a major global hegemon calling the shots, must be rejected. Instead, the world must bow before what he calls a “single global order,” which is of course a euphemism for new world order.
“Are you on the US or the Chinese side? Because now, progressively, a lot of people would like to see that there are two orders in the world. This a huge mistake, even for both the US and China. We need a single global order,” he said.