Does a New World Order have to be so bad?

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  1. Daniel J. Neumann profile image59
    Daniel J. Neumannposted 8 years ago

    Does a New World Order have to be so bad?

    Could we have a decentralized, democratic, but united world---without the bankers being in charge?

  2. outdoorsguy profile image60
    outdoorsguyposted 8 years ago

    guess it really depends on who ends up running it and setting the rules.  these are things the Dreamers never dream about.  who runs the world if we go that route.   Muslims, Red China,  The UN, where more than half the Countrys are run by Dictators who dont believe in say.  Free speech or freedom of Religion, where the rule of law is what the dictator decides it is. 

    considering the shape most countrys are in, do you really think it would be so good.   this is life not a hollywood script.

  3. xboxps3wow profile image40
    xboxps3wowposted 8 years ago

    world is revolved about money.. so no

  4. profile image0
    Always Greenerposted 8 years ago

    No - all people are motivated by their own agendas and, often, their own blatant self-interest.  Why should leaders be any different...and who exactly would lead, because someone has to provide this?  Capitalism, as erroneous as it can be, provides the best system so far to at least ensure that *some* countries in the world experience democracy.  Of course, remembering that those countries (i.e. USA) have then gone on to choose very un-democratic leaders because of the huge tidal wave of intellectual laziness that pervades modern culture.  The world is run by mass-media and corporate interests - but at least people living in the West can use the freedom that the Capitalistic model ensures to promote a peaceful global agenda; as many think-tanks in the West have done, to promote the irrationality and lack-of-logic that persists in a Dictatorship model of order.

    Basically, dictators are bad for business.

  5. Rick Ogilvie profile image60
    Rick Ogilvieposted 7 years ago

    To the initial question...

    I think we could... maybe. But getting there wouldn't be easy (I for one would fight it all the way), and retaining that type of government, especially on a world wide scale, over the long term doesn't seem very likely. As Always Greener said, people are often motivated by their own self-interests. I'd take that statement a bit further, in that people are always motivated by self-interest, but that human trait is sometimes more subtle, under the range of most peoples perceptions.

    That's why I believe in capitalism, personally, in accomadates mans nature better than other economic systems seem to.
    My thoughts smile


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