No and it would not work. Somewhere along the line a certain group will assume more power and another group will take exception to this. You only need to look at the history of the Balkans to see what happens when different people are placed under one umbrella with one of the groups assuming dominance of the political structures.
And it is a fairytale to believe everybody will just love everybody. To be honest, the only time this would ever be possible is if the various races, creeds, religions and political ideologies found a common enemy, and once that enemy is defeated, well, things will return to normal.
Last edited by thestaggy; 23-07-2012 at 11:53 AM.
People think that to have world peace, then you must unite and have one government.
But I disagree, to have peace just live peaceably with your neighbor and respect their culture and way of doing things.
In practice, the human element will be its downfall, as is any other form of governance. So we need to weigh up the pros and cons here. There are a significant amount of pros. The cons are not unique to one world governance though. So in my eyes, even the practical implementation of a one world government would be better than what we currently have. It would require redefining how we vote, in a more immersive manner. It would require religion to play no part in governance. And it would require national animosity to be reduced. All in all, it is just a pipe-dream because our current system, although similar, creates the tensions that prevent this in the first place...
Last edited by DJ...; 23-07-2012 at 12:04 PM.
iirc there was a story about the USA wanting RFID chips implanted under tye skin of every American citizen by march 2013. Does anyone know if this is a hoax?