The conservative author and business executive Vivek Ramaswamy has declared his ambition to run for president of the United States in 2024 on the Republican ticket. The globalist goals of groups like the World Economic Forum (WEF) and George Soros’ Open Society Foundations are being pleasantly contested by his campaign.
The pharmaceutical company Roivant Sciences was founded by Ramaswamy, who is also best known for his book “Woke, Inc.: Inside Corporate America’s Social Justice Fraud.” He mentioned bringing back principles like meritocracy and free speech during his introduction on Fox News’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” As a result of his recent affiliation with globalist organizations, some have raised concern about Ramaswamy’s candidacy; nevertheless, Ramaswamy insists that he turned down the WEF’s offer and has been fighting their “takeover”. Additionally, he stated that his campaign will be based on resurrecting fundamental American ideals including free speech, meritocracy, small government, individual liberty, and religious liberty.
Many conservatives in the US, who have grown increasingly concerned about efforts by globalist forces to undercut fundamental American principles, are likely to support Ramaswamy’s candidacy. These influences have influenced many facets of American society in recent years, including politics, corporate culture, and education, leading many conservatives to demand for an end to what they perceive as “cultural imperialism.”
Whether Ramaswamy will succeed in opposing globalism at a more institutional level, though, is still up in the air. He will probably encounter ferocious opposition from both liberal circles and some Republican party groups. Additionally, he may find it challenging to set himself apart from other candidates for the presidency who make a similar claim to support traditional conservative ideals but fall short in actual policy or vision.
There is no doubt, however, that Ramaswamy’s campaign might be a significant reminder of how fundamentally important traditional conservative beliefs are to American culture, particularly at a time when those ideals are being threatened by a number of outside influences. Whether or not he is able to win over voters in 2024 is still up in the air, but at the very least, his campaign should encourage more discussion about globalism and its potential future effects on US society.