The True Meaning of Globalism: A Call for God-Centered Governance

In today's world, the term "globalism" has acquired a sinister connotation. It represents the suppression and enslavement of humanity by a minuscule elite who control access to the essentials of life. This form of globalism starkly contrasts with the principles enshrined in the US Constitution, which advocates for a government of the people, by the people, and for the people. The Constitution is built on the belief that all men and women are created equal, endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, including life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Government, in this view, exists to serve these ends at the will of the people.

Globalism vs. Constitutional Values

The globalism promoted by entities like the World Economic Forum (WEF) is fundamentally opposed to these constitutional values. This form of globalism is characterized by a top-down approach, where the masses are suppressed and controlled by a wealthy elite, the infamous 0.1%. It is a system where power is concentrated in the hands of a few, depriving the majority of their freedoms and rights.

The Biblical Perspective on Freedom

According to the Bible, humankind is blessed with freedom and responsibility. A society centered upon God is one where freedom and happiness flourish. This vision of society aligns with the concept of a God-centered globalism, which is the antithesis of the oppressive globalism sought by the WEF. In a God-centered globalism, power originates from the bottom up, with every man and woman being sovereign—every man a king and every woman a queen. In such a society, the government truly serves the people, not the other way around.

Love and Responsibility in a God-Centered Worldview

The foundation of a God-centered globalism is based on what Jesus referred to as the greatest commandments: Love God with all your heart, mind, and soul, and love your neighbor as yourself. This means living for the sake of others, fostering a community where mutual respect and care prevail. This principle can transform society, making it more equitable and just, where the government is an absolute public servant.

The Role of the Electorate

As citizens, it is crucial to bear these principles in mind when voting. Electing representatives who truly embody the ethos of "we the people" and uphold a God-centered worldview is essential for fostering a society that values freedom, equality, and justice.


The contrast between the current globalism driven by the elite and a God-centered globalism is stark. While the former seeks to control and suppress, the latter envisions a world where every individual is empowered and free. As we move forward, let us strive to elect leaders who will champion a society that upholds the values of the US Constitution and the timeless wisdom of the Bible. This vision of globalism is not only achievable but also essential for the well-being of humanity.

A Call for God Centered Governance

a look at the true meaning of globalism

Rob Carvell

5/23/20242 min read