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Would you prefer a one world government, or total absence of authority?


I never said anything about the loss of order, or laws, but merely the figures who represent them.

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    Rod Marsden 4 years ago

    Voting up even though in the west individual rights are not always protected. Multiculturalism has in recent times been as much a destructive force as a constructive force in Australia.

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    jeanihess 4 years ago

    Ha ha:) I was voted down for saying that natural and /or popular leadership would emerge in the absence of government but it simply human nature that one or two in a group will assume leadership and will be accorded authority by the rest. :)

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  • Larry Wall 4 years ago

    With four wars in progress, how do you propose to achieve this complete shift in human thinking? England is not going to give up its monarchy. The U.S. is not going to accept it. Now think how the warring countries will react--violently I think.


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One-World Government May Become Tyrannical

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    jeanihess 4 years ago

    ... and if that body of authority is not elected to government, then natural and popular leadership will emerge and contest each other or negotiate settlements within a given geographic range:)

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    Catherine Tally (cat on a soapbox) 4 years ago

    I agree that concepts are one thing, the effective practice of them is another. Jeanihess is correct in saying that competition for leadership is part of human nature. Unfortunately, most want to defer problem solving to "those in charge."


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    Rod Marsden 4 years ago

    It really depends on the laws you are talking about. Laws created by some religions can have, for example, women being stoned to death in the street. Not the direction I would personally like to see government go in.


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