I wouldn't call it inevitable. A change in the system is certainly going to happen, but there are other options besides a global unilateral government. That being said, a one-world government is, as it stands, is reasonably likely.
A one world government is total horse shite in my opinion, & the only reason why their pushing for it is for total control of the masses....Orwell wrote about it, & them....& Abraham Lincoln warned about it, & them ,& he was president!lol....Yet the majority who are the brainwashed masses (sheeple) as we say in the UK, think that it's a good idea because their to lazy to investigate the facts of what's really going on in the world....It will be inevitable because the brainwashed/braindead masses, are all sat at home getting fatter watching T.V stuffing their faces full of MacDonalds!....We're doing something about it in the UK, & we're getting out of their BS system & becoming "Freemen on the land"....Where we're only answerable to the people, & only answerable under Common Law, not their BS corporation Tax Laws.
Inevitabe, yes. That answer was easy. The harder question is how to achieve it, once achieved, how to maintain it and in the maintenance, what are the mechanics? What is the political philosophy? What is the economic philosophy? How is freedom defined, achievement, wealth? Is the worship of differing gods permitted, if so, peace is questionable, as well as unity.
The United Nations is such an organization, but in reading the Charter and the manifesto on human rights, one might think that it was written by Marx instead of with the oversight of the the President of th United States.
Before your question is realized other questions have to be answered and the ones above are just the beginning. There is but one species of human life and we have designated ourselves, as homo sapiens-sapiens, essentially reasoning beings. This has to be accepted, as the one and only human identity. Given where we are at today with regard to race, the gods and another damning characteristic, the blind desire of a few to control the many, It may be a long time before such questions can be dealt with, reasonably.
So in your eyes is it moving to a more plutocratic system or will it be a democratic republic type system? Such as the types we have seen in many scifi stories.
Warren--A plutocracy would seem most reasonable in the near future, enabled by our move toward socialism. Democracy has no real value in the maintenance of a free society, such is evident with events now in US.
Well said CJ, I will think on what you said. Very thought provoking. Thank you.
by qwark7 years ago
They are a billion plus and increasing, yet suffer little "within," and deftly resist being involved in war in other countries.They rule with an "iron fist" and stop internal dissonance...
by Eugene Hardy5 years ago
Should our planet have a one world government?Biblical and political fears aside, would this be better for humanity?What do you think?
by Tom Ware4 years ago
Do think that a World Government is inevitable?In terms of travel over distance, and instant telecommunications amongst the world's billions of people, do you think we will eventually have a World Government in control...
by Grim Master2 years ago
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.
by thirdmillenium2 years ago
And, will it be the US at the helm?
by LewSethics6 years ago
Would a world government put an end to national friction? A world government could help stabilize resources, so that religious concerns would no longer control the economies of non believers.
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