posted on Jun, 6 2010 @ 07:02 PM
The only practical and possible way to establish a world government is one where the people are self governed. When people across the world finally
begin to understand that the basic rights to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness are inalienable rights that belong to all people universally and
can not be granted by institutions or other people, then we can begin the process of establishing a one world government. When geography is
understood to be nothing more than land mass, and that any real estate that exists does so based upon free market principles where people are free to
own property and manage that property themselves, then we can begin the process of establishing a one world government.
As long as people remain convinced that the only way to govern people is through force and imposition of legislative fiat, no government will ever be
successful. Any success the United States ever saw as a government was when it was willing to abide by the very Constitution that established it, and
the current efforts of empire building by the U.S. may be viewed by some as a success, but it is merely an appearance, and the parallels between it
and historical empires that marched towards sure failure and dissolution are clear. As long as people are willing to surrender their own inherent
political power to the ambitions of politicians, no government can ever flourish in the way such an institution is intended to operate.
When every individual finally accepts that they must take responsibility for not just their own actions, but for as much as they can possibly handle,
and to accept this responsibility by defending freedom, and the inalienable rights of all, through peaceful and diplomatic means, then the institution
of government can be successful. As long as there are people who prefer entitlements and government handouts over inalienable rights, not a single
government, by nation, state, or singular world power, will ever succeed, and will only be institutions that occupied moments in time, taught as
historical epochs to future generations.