posted on May, 30 2015 @ 03:47 PM
Unity is the trait that humanity has lacked since we first appeared on Earth. Conversely, discrimination has been an ever constant force that seams to
be one of the most apparent foundational attributes that we carry as a species. "The color of your skin is different from mine, you must be a lesser
being" a consistent view throughout all of Human history. "The shape of your nose, and your other features are different than mine, you must be a
lesser being". "You live in a manner that I deem to be a savage way of living, you must be a lesser being". "You are far less wealthy than I am,
you must be a lesser being". So on and so forth. No matter where or when you look through Humanity's timeline, these arrogant, narcissistic,
intolerant views, held by a general populous flood our minds and the successive actions we take to rid those "lesser beings" from our pompous
From a biological perspective, any human varies from another in such a miniscule way that there is no taxonomical difference from yourself and any
other human on earth. In fact, some geneticists have found evidence that suggests that we can be no further related to anyone else than a 50th cousin.
Despite where we all come from, how we were raised, what religion (or lack there of) we choose to follow, and what government that controls our
nations, we are virtually identical.
For some reason, however, we (generally) act as if any of those factors indicate a different race or species all together. We divide ourselves, we war
with the people of opposing views, we destroy everything around us, and the ever increasing tension, whilst also losing resources means we may
collapse as a species quite soon. It seems evident that Unity is the only concept that could really save humanity as a whole.
So what should we do to - at the very least - weaken these traits that seem intrinsic to Humans?
We see a lot of threads on the New World Order, or One World Governments here on ATS, and I'd like to discuss the plausibility of actually having
one. These of course would be quite speculative responses; considering we don't know exactly how a One World Government would behave and rule.
Nevertheless, I'd like to see your hypothesis on two accounts.
1) In a perfect scenario, what would you consider a One World Government to need and do in order to successfully unify Humans at a global
scale? What events would you think would need to occur in order to establish this One World Government?
2) Outside of the realm of perfection (being your views in the first account), what do you think will really happen if a One World Government would
attempt to enact itself? And, how would you hypothesis they would really act once established?
1) The only way I can see a One World Government formulating would be through consecutive agreements throughout the current world powers of today. We
would need to abolish current and historical National Ally agreements and instead work together to progress the Human Species as a whole. A new form
of government would need to be created, as our current systems are immensely flawed in every aspect. Unfortunately, many nations will not agree to
this global concept, and there will likely be several wars, both on a national and civil scale.
Human rights would ultimately be changed, and at a species perspective that is a good thing. There is no single concept that everyone will agree with.
Our biological individuality is just that, singular to the individual. It is inevitable that we all will not agree on one specific concept. Thus we
cannot think within the view of individuals, but instead as a whole. Population concerns come to mind in relevance to human rights.
The establishment of a One World Government can be a good thing, if run properly. But the initial start up of one I can only see being immensely
2) It appears that unless there is a massive uprising at a near global scale, Capitalism and the divide between the mega rich and the very poor will
always exist. This Division has also been an intrinsic property to humans ever since we allowed one person to rule over the masses (kings, prophets,
specific leaders). These people generally feel entitled and seek to further divide themselves from the "commoners". In realistic terms, I can only
see a One World Government continuing this pattern. A select few that reside within the 1% (or an even smaller percentile) will remain there, and the
only difference is that they will truly run the entire world verses mere continents.
The concept that they would be unifying the world would simply be a mask. Instead it would be a means to global domination, rather than unifying the