Meg Lee Chin

Just like fresh produce, laws are best when locally sourced. Allowing the rules to be decided by those they impact makes for a fairer society.

Globalization is a top-down movement by the 0.001%. The aim is to consolidate decision-making into fewer hands - their own.

But a monolithic governance imposes one-size-fits-all rules. This creates a lowest common denominator situation where nobody is happy. Instead of tolerant diversity, we get polarized strife - the opposite of what they tell us.

The elite mouthpiece known as the media industrial complex would have us believe that resistance away from centralized control and toward independent localized governance is raic-ist.

That's rich coming from the people who have pitted us against each other in every war throughout history. ;)