Christianity supports a one world government because Christians believe God created the universe, so the world order is already in place, which gives
Christian government justification of performing "God's work" which is really just the work of the state.
Islam wants all nations to be under Sharia Law which is an austere set of laws
Judaism wants all nations to be subservient to God and his chosen people.
Buddhism wants each individual to reach nirvana.
One may argue that China is Buddhist because they are atheist, but how is slaughtering innocent considered compassionate, which was one of the
Buddha's virtues? I say this to argue that China is not a Buddhist nation. Further proof of this is the political separation between Tibet and China,
and the controversy between China and the Dali Lama. Buddhists are if anything the victims of tyranny as opposed to the tyrants.
Thus, Buddhism does not support a one world order. The Buddha stated that he only teaches Aryas, the noble, who have but little dust in the eyes, and
thus the large majority of the world will never be Buddhist.
Buddhism is about compassion and equality towards all things, which is against the control mechanism in place in every government in the world.
Buddhism is about the end of birth and death, and thus represents a stopping of reincarnation, which is freedom from the shackles of a one world
Christianity is about God's love, and that love could be beneficial, but not if it is manipulated to deceive. If someone thinks they are helping a
charity (Red Cross) but the charity is run by thieves (Bush and Clinton) then it is not a act of piety.
Islam is about martyrdom defeating the non-believers. While this is noble it can be miscontrued to turn into suicide bombing.
Israel is about the omniscience of God, but this just turns a person into a weak mortal and separates them from the eternal.
Buddhism can be misinterpreted to be a type of nihilism, but at least then you would have a person who is not motivated enough to become a world
dictator, although his instincts may be leading in that direction.
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