I have yet to meet one person who agrees with me about the enormous benefits of having one world government. I ask them what they have against it, and the only answer I have received so far is "What happens if that government is corrupt" well I answer with this, "OH well, arent all governments corrupt. If a system was designed properly to prevent corruption, you would see less of it in a global government then you see in the hundreds across the world."
Also with this unified earth would come the disapearance of war, the even distribution of resources, and focus on global projects instead of national ones.
Is it not about time that we unify our little blue planet?
There will still be war, though. Rival states or sub-states will challenge each other and old grudges may hold. But it's not a half-bad idea. I understand that it will most definitely allow for a better flow of resources and focused efforts.
It's not bad idea with planet government (in Star Wars it was too :) but i think better can be a government for each continets...i donno how u imagine the world government but the continents are smaller and i mean i can be easier to guard and pacific them...
well, with even distribution of resources, and free sharing of information on a global scale, every1 would have what they wanted. This would be a utopian situation.
It would eventually greatly interweive with technology as everything was slowly transitioned to computer control and people had to work less and less. gotta look at the big picture
The final form of communism is about as far from centralized government control you can get.
The problem with discussions about communism is that both the process of becoming a communist society, and the final goal of that process (a Classless, Stateless society), are called "communism", even though the process in no way resembles the final goal.
I didn't say it, but if people don't work what will they do? I can't imgine i never work and all my life do some sports or computer games or anythig else it must be so boring life without any interesting and risking situatinon...i read abyout this...people hadn't to work and they invite new fun...the was hunt themselves....
#1 it solves war because there are no longer boundries, territories, or resources to fight over.
#2 it solves all the hunger and medical issues in the world, as the resources would then be evenly distributed and aid would be international.
#3 with the even distribution of resources and redirection of those resources away from national conflicts, we could now put those resources into solving international problems like global warming and the energy crisis
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