In developed countries, globalization is already unpopular:
The right – defend the economy and the trade industry from foreign products.
The left – support unions, which see international competition as an unemployment threat, and imported goods and immigrants bring about lower wages.
Since the parties seek electoral votes, they start showing dissent toward globalization, multinational corporations and international banks. Antiglobalism appears, a movement toward the resurgence of the nation and against international goods and immigrants. This process results in fascism and Nazism, just like it had emerged in early 20th century Germany.
My Current Mood: anxious