WHEN Aliens finally get their extraterrestrial asses into gear and invade Planet Earth, they will no doubt require that they be taken immediately ‘to our leader‘. The underlying assumptions behind this demand are that the world is ‘at one’, that we all share a common set of values, and that there is global governance with a single ‘individual’ representing all of humanity.
Ah, if only this were the case.
In Hollywood movies, especially the ‘disaster’ or ‘apocalyptic’ type, the ‘world leader’ is usually represented as the President of the United States, being the de facto champion of the ‘free world’. Were the Martians to invade today, therefore, we would take them to someone they might inadvertently recognize as one of their own: an orange skinned man with an awkward comb-over who alienates everyone around him. The ruse would only last so long, however, as the aliens would soon discover that there were over 150 ‘sovereign countries, each with their own leader.
All of this is to beg the question: why don’t we yet enjoy a New World Order and One World Government? It is, after all, the only model which is guaranteed to bring peace and stability to the world. Tired of the many wars which have plagued us for thousands of years, people today are seeking a permanent peaceful solution.
But real lasting peace can only come when we remove all borders between countries, when we pool our assets in the interests of all, when wealth is redistributed from the haves to the have-nots, when those who have been oppressed in the past are given reparations, when those who are marginalized because of their gender (or lack thereof), sexual identity (or lack thereof), skin color, species identity etc. are made whole again.
Based on the above, real lasting peace still seems a long way away, doesn’t it? When we remember that a New World Order was the dream of so many who are long dead (here we remember David Rockefeller especially) or very very old (Soros), it is a crying shame that the world is still so divided.
Can it be so hard to put their dreams into action? For the sake of the forfeiting of just a tiny bit of our civil liberties, can’t we accept a little more surveillance to protect us all? Should we not remove all artificial political and geographical differences between countries so as to unite for the betterment of humanity?
A One World Government seems to be the natural and final solution to all of humanity’s problems. That a few rabid right wingers still oppose this pragmatic suggestion should strike all reasonable thinkers as disturbing. Eventually, such people become obstacles which should be removed for the sake of all.