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Good observation, there would be a lack of choice.
Becky Katz says
Yes, it would.
Which is of course the other shoe waiting to fall.
My problem is that we do not have a one world government, but we do have an unelected elite few that already controls most of the resources of this planet. I'd rather choose.
Not my utopian dream, but something that may become a necessity due to a lack of resources and over population. If you see tsunami coming we can run, or try to change its course. I'd rather not be ruled by those I did not elect.
Eugene - one world government doesn't change the number of people on the planet nor the amount of resources used. And the bigger a government is the more it is destructive like a tsunami. And you will still be subject to those you didn't elect.
Lions Den Media
One world government is the tsunami,and in terms of who control the resources it is already here. In general, I do not like the idea because someone is going to lose their freedom or resources or both. Why not turn the tide?
Okay, we're on the same page if you don't believe in a one world government because, as you say, it is the tsunami.
Lions Den Media
But, do you understand what I'm trying say?
Apparently not. I cannot accept a government that controls a sovereign people, because governments do not dictate individual freedom or life -- that is the domain of God. And since governments are made up of men then men control gov not the reverse
You have part of it I guess.
The problem is that since men create governments, men can declare a world wide sovereignty, and all previous sovereignty null and void. And if government were a bad thing then anarchy would be OK.
Why not one for all?
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World leaders still trying....
nextstopjupiter- sorry needed to add that for you, sure it was without saying.
Cruelkindness (Subliminally Thoughtless)
Lions Den Media says
Yeah, I know. And you are probably right. But when I look at who we treat each other and things like our ecology and resources, a good government could help eliminate this problem.
The operative phrase here though, is 'good government'.
Leaders are too selfish when in power which we have seen through out history. The ladder to the top isn't made to be climbed by people like me and you.
Sometimes the green grass on the other side of the fence looks perfect because its fake.
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