FAST FIVE: From Dollar Hegemony To Global Warming: Globalization, Glyphosate, And Doctrines Of Consent
Rancourt is a former full professor of physics at the University of Ottawa in Canada and author of 'Geo-economics and geo-politics drive successive eras of predatory globalization and social engineering: Historical emergence of climate change, gender equity, and anti-racism as state doctrines' (April 2019).
In the report, Rancourt references Michael Hudson's 1972 book 'Super Imperialism: The Economic Strategy of American Empire' to help explain the key role of maintaining dollar hegemony and the importance of the petrodollar to US global dominance.
To help explain how this has been achieved, Rancourt focuses on gender equity, anti-racism and global warming as state doctrines that have been used to divert attention from the machinations of US empire (and also to prevent class consciousness taking hold).
Carbon sequestration schemes have devastated local communities on every occupied continent.
These state ideologies were conceived and propelled by UN efforts and the resulting signed protocols.