posted on Feb, 16 2008 @ 05:32 AM
this is very complex situation, and on the whole i believe that the next logical step in humanity is a world government. now i'm going to go on a bit
here, but bear with me.
by law i'm a british citizen, but i'm scottish and many of my friends tell me that that is more important. but how do i view myself? well, we talk
of race, whenever we fill out application forms, we are asked to identify our race, be it white, black, asian, etc... but even through all that, i
dont really consider myself as an individual race, my existence includes me in the HUMAN race, which is all encompassing. if any kind of global unity
is to be achieved then i believe that we all must reach a similar state of mind. this, however is very difficult as many groups still isolate
themselves on religious grounds. religion is both a constructive and destructive force. constructive in that many religions encourage its followers to
show peace and love to othrs, and destructive in that there followers cant agree with the followers of other religions, and if they believe in the
same god, then their method of worship is right. and as we have seen, this can cause major conflicts. what we must remember is that religions have
fallen and disappeared in the past, so why is our right? again we all must GET OVER IT if unity is going to happen.
once all this is achieved, we can seriously begin to move forward. at the moment i am of the opinion that the human race is beginning to stagnate.
sure, tech advances are going well, HD, 3G,wifi yadayadayada. but with religious conflict, random violence and the rest, we are being held back.
so assume we resolve this, how do we move forward? will a world goverment have a world president, can we really entrust our world in the hands of one
man or woman? depends really on the individual concerned, they would have to be ellected of course, and that may mean different political parties on a
global scale, how would you chose? well thats your perogative!
but consider this, the illuminati have long been considerd athreat to our freedoms, but i dont think it is necessarily the case. remember these are
supposed to be the 'enlightened ones', people of intelligence in many avenues. i say hear them out (if they still exist), let them put their case
forward. they will be people of many nations, so in a position to speak for a wide variety of differnt societies and cultures, which is exactly what
we need if a global government is to suceed.
once we have a viable choice leading the way, perhaps we can then get the best minds accross the globe working towards a common HUMAN goal, like
exploration of the stars, colonisation of other worlds, eradication of disease and so on
i hope that it will happen in my childrens life, i dont want to leave them a world of war, dirty air, no air and everything else that is currently
wrong with the world today
i want to leave them a world of properity, hope and probably most importantly, a positive direction that EVERYONE is helping to achieve