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Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
If you want to see a more 'right wing' view of seattle 1999, then Alex Jones has a movie that covers it, I think one of the Police State series.
Anyway, with regards globalisation, I too think that it is probably inevitable, and maybe even desirable at some point. My problem with it is that I don't believe that people are ready for it yet, and there are problems with how it's being implemented.
One argument for, is that with just one state, who do you go to war with? However, on that same token, with just one state, if (or more likely when) it goes corrupt, who do you run to for help? Also many of the global bodies that are being set up are not elected by the people, so the current outlook of globalisation is not democratic.
Another issue I have is harmonisation of laws. We can see this is an aim from what we see in the EU, however this requires comprimises. Could you comprimise with for example Sharia law? Many people could not, and I am not knocking Sharia law, I'm sure those people who like that would not want to comprimise with our laws either.
Many peoples around the world are very nationalistic/patriotic, and just cannot accept this system yet. My personal view is that it will happen in the future, but we should not be trying to move too fast, if it is to happen, it should happen naturally. When people try to force it, it is usually for some personal gain, and as mentioned above, results in undemocratic bodies overruling us.