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One Nation Theory for better tomorrow!

Updated on November 11, 2012

Since primordial times till date mankind has gone through various transformations with the growing knowledge, intellect, inventions and thus changing political systems to suite the demand of the time. From nomadic Tribal social order to City-States, smaller republics, monarchist rules, Imperialism mankind have reached to the present Nation-State order.

Now the world is divided amongst about two hundred countries. Different political philosophies, governing systems, laws, constitutions and social order has been adopted by the political systems those govern the concerned State. In some countries Religion plays a central role and often has become subject of criticism. Some countries, powerful enough to encroach on the sovereignty of independent Nations have spoiled real meaning of sovereignty. Continuous aggressions, through military or through forcing weak countries to change economic policies for super-powers benefit have become daily routine. In a way, though we claim to be the most intelligent species on the Earth we hardly have found true meaning of life and intelligence.

We are sure that the entire mankind has emerged from a single ancestry. Though because of geographical constraints where human being settled for long period, physical appearance have changed to which we call Race or Ethnic groups. This is not true. Anthropologists have deleted the very word “Race” or racial distinction from the science. But we are so ignorant that we still believe in the age old theory of Races. We classify mankind in different races and claim to be superior or inferior over other Race.

The rise of nation-State theory was based upon common ethnic identities, culture, language and common territory. This was not true. Fundamental assumptions were wrong. There has been no culture independent of other cultures. In the course of the history there have been blends of various cultures in a culture because of co-existence, foreign political rules, migrations-emigrations, cultural exchanges, Trade and so on. Languages too have been influenced by some or other languages because of the above stated reasons.

Now we are in the process of rapid globalization. The world have become too a small. We have started to understand each other better than ever. We know we share same sentiments. We know we value life. We know we need a world where eternal peace will exist. We don’t like aggressions or violations of human rights, no matter on which part of the globe such incidents take place. We all pray for Malala. Entire world gets shocked when Twin Towers were attacked. Now we use any brand of our choice, not giving heed to which country is original manufacturer.

Then still why should we need the world divided in different countries? Mankind has abolished many systems when realized their futility to suite changed scenarios. Now scenario has changed drastically. It will keep on changing.

Hence this is right time to walk towards an ultimate goal of making entire Globe a Nation. I am aware this is not an easy task. Power hungry politicians, expansionist capitalists, blindfolded religious hardcore groups would not like to happen this or they will demand why they should not rule the earth with their religious principles? We need to spread awareness among common people throughout the globe. This is in a way freedom struggle of the Globe to get rid of outdated ideas of governments and constant strife between countries to prove superiore over others, thus causing tensions in global human relations.

We need to pursue “One World One Nation” theory for better tomorrow.


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      Mahaveer Sanglikar 

      5 years ago from Pune, India

      'One World One Nation' is future of our world. There is no option for it. Only this system will save the world from conflicts and other problems.

      Thank you for writing on this issue.

    • sanjay-sonawani profile imageAUTHOR

      Sanjay Sonawani 

      5 years ago from Pune, India.

      Thanks Torrilynn for your kind words!

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      5 years ago

      sanjay-sonawani nice article that you have articulated here. i really enjoyed the read. thanks. voted up.


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