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Today we live in a vast world that is growing smaller daily. As we come into closer contact with foreigners, we find just how different we are.
What you are suggesting is Communism, with an extra twist. Not only do we give the homeless man the paychecks, but we impose our will upon him, and deny him the ability to chose what to do with that money. We deny the richman-turned-debtor those same, fundamental rights.
Number of people living on less than a dollar a day: 1,200 million [1.2 billion]
I'd like to know where you came up with the idea that this one-world government would be so oppressive as to deny a man the right to spend his money the way he wishes. This is just more of what I was speaking of above. It is an example of someone showing his/her fear of the unknown...
Their intention is to effect complete and total control over every human being on the planet and to dramatically reduce the world's population by 5.5 Billion people... The name New World Order is the term most frequently used today when referring to this group...
Here's a related statistic I believe you may have overlooked. "Half the world -- nearly three billion people -- live on less than two dollars a day." And you want to 'even things out a bit'? I underestimated you, I thought I was dealing with a human. Where does this money come from? The other three billion?
Here's where. That money, that we're using to 'even things out' has to come from somewhere. Now, if we incorrectly assume you are in fact right, we would take the money from the rich, lawyer making six or seven figures, evening things out. When you see a homeless man on the street, do you give him money? A quarter, a dollar maybe, but $200,000 a year? Odds are the lawyer doesn't, but, funny, that's exactly what you're proposing we do to him.
There is a worldwide conspiracy being orchestrated by an extremely powerful and influential group of genetically-related individuals (at least at the highest echelons) which include many of the world's wealthiest people, top political leaders, and corporate elite, as well as members of the so-called Black Nobility of Europe (dominated by the British Crown) whose goal is to create a One World (fascist) Government, stripped of nationalistic and regional boundaries, that is obedient to their agenda. Their intention is to effect complete and total control over every human being on the planet and to dramatically reduce the world's population by 5.5 Billion people. While the name New World Order is the term most frequently used today when referring to this group, it's more useful to identify the principal organizations, institutions, and individuals who make up this vast interlocking spiderweb of elite conspirators.
poorly-aimed ad-hominem attacks.
A few dollars here and there kept in taxes. A few crates here and there of food delivered to needing families in poor areas. Over the span of two decades or so...
Well, I'd like to congratulate you Loki for your use of the English language. It seems you finally developed a taste for it.
Oh, and I count more than 800 words there Loki, 867 to be exact
Now, if I read you right, you are "not advocating any sort of welfare system, although such an Idea [sic] is inherent in such a large-scale government", yet "The overall improvement that this world will undergo... will most certainly affect the economy as well."
Of course, this makes sense. You are not supporting a system to take care of the poor, yet there must be one in the government you are espousing. The government you would like wouldn't need a system for the poor, because it would create it on its own. Especially since the welfare system is inherently in place.
the long-windedness of your ripostes
I congratulate both debators on this well written and presented debate issue. Despite a few moments of arrogance and omniscience, the debators argued the issues. Amorymeltzer presented near concise arguments against a Global Government vesus Loki's verbally concise conjectures for a Global Government. Again, congratulations to both for engaging in this paticular debate. I eagerly look forward to viewing further debates by both of these members in the near future.
The debate was great, and gave me much to consider. My eyes were opened on various points of views, from both debators. Thanks to both of you for a good read.
A rather well argued and ingenius debate on both sides. My vote goes to Loki, I just liked the way he argued.