New laws to rule the world - New world order?

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posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 12:07 AM
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I think something could be drafted to benefit everyone, but who has a proposal that would actually be possible.

This occurred to me thinking about the drug companies. Of course a cure is valuable, as a company with a cure, can cure something, charge the crap out of it and no one else gets generics on the market in time if they are fast enough.

But hey!

Maintenance drugs are worth a LOT more money because they are taken everyday. The majority of R&D money goes to the other kind, and anything that's not profitable is overlooked. (By a large majority) So on set of laws must address this kind of thing, if a company invents a cure it gets paid out x% of money that was spent on maintenance, etc.

Not sure exactly if that would work, but knok yourselves out. I think the world needs a new world order. Absolutely nutty how we govern ourselves these days.
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posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 01:14 AM
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I'm not sure I'm following you here.

You seem to be saying that Americans are unable to choose effective leaders, so we should let people from outside of our country choose our leaders, on the grounds that we don't know how to do it, but the people in Belgium, Chile, Africa, China, and Syria do?

I'm afraid we'll get still more ineffective leaders with total, inescapable, control over the world. I don't think I like that picture.



posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 01:30 AM
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What if the Corporation that benefited from patenting the cure, created the ailment in the first place??



posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 03:36 AM
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Sad fact of the matter is that most if a company cured the common cold they would release X number of products which claim to "help" it as there is more money in that then curing something out right. When it comes to drug costs over all I'm kind of glad that I was born in the UK where if I need a prescription it will cost me about £7 a month for it. At the same time drug companies in the UK are not making as much as their counterparts in America.



posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 04:24 AM
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On pharmaceuticals to keep with the topic.

New laws to rule to world...

1. Make Chinese medicine that uses body parts of endangered species globally illegal - including in China. Anyone want a tiger's pizzle to cure your impotence?
2. Ban silly alternative cures which have no evidential effect other than to enrich the quack.
3. Ban witchcraft, which is still around in some parts of Africa!
4. Eliminate some of the most destructive diseases, such as polio with well funder vaccination schemes, like they did with smallpox. Give those who think it does not work a dose of polio so they can experience what it is all about!

On a wider note for new laws to rule the world...

1. Universal adult suffrage. Unacceptable by a great number of countries, starting with China.
2. Free education for girls. That'll go down well in a great number of countries where girls are viewed only as future breeding stock and a burden to boot.
3. Equal rights for women. That'll find deaf ears in a great number of countries where women are certainly second class.
4. Need I go on?

I know that people fear the NWO, but new global laws which include the above can only benefit mankind.

Regards



posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 03:31 PM
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posted on Oct, 16 2013 @ 03:08 PM
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charles1952
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I'm not sure I'm following you here.

You seem to be saying that Americans are unable to choose effective leaders, so we should let people from outside of our country choose our leaders, on the grounds that we don't know how to do it, but the people in Belgium, Chile, Africa, China, and Syria do?

I'm afraid we'll get still more ineffective leaders with total, inescapable, control over the world. I don't think I like that picture.


I'm saying fundamental laws need to be drafted to encapsulate the entire world. So it limits how much one nation can exploit another, and to reach objectives as a human race, not a person on a totem pole.



posted on Oct, 16 2013 @ 03:11 PM
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paraphi
On pharmaceuticals to keep with the topic.

New laws to rule to world...

(....)

On a wider note for new laws to rule the world...

(...)

I know that people fear the NWO, but new global laws which include the above can only benefit mankind.

Regards


Thank you for seeing the intention in this thread and realizing the potential. Remember, at one time people thought the drafting of the US constitution an act of rebellion, and a silly venture.

Who is to say a worldwide constitution couldn't be drafted, one that at minimum would bring prosperity for the human race, (forget regions) for a good long while before being perverted.



posted on Oct, 16 2013 @ 03:15 PM
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boncho

charles1952
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I'm not sure I'm following you here.

You seem to be saying that Americans are unable to choose effective leaders, so we should let people from outside of our country choose our leaders, on the grounds that we don't know how to do it, but the people in Belgium, Chile, Africa, China, and Syria do?

I'm afraid we'll get still more ineffective leaders with total, inescapable, control over the world. I don't think I like that picture.


I'm saying fundamental laws need to be drafted to encapsulate the entire world. So it limits how much one nation can exploit another, and to reach objectives as a human race, not a person on a totem pole.


If a nation is willing or already engaging in exploiting another nation...the implementation of a LAW is suddenly supposed to make exploitation seem unappealing to said nation?

What are laws without enforcement? ok...so now with this worldly LAW we need a worldly POLICE...

can I ask how this is simply just not re-creating a larger version of the same problems?

I tend to agree with the statement that you can't fix problems with the same thinking that created them...

can we HONESTLY not come up with something better than laws and police...all over again?

I'm honestly curious here...



posted on Oct, 16 2013 @ 09:18 PM
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Sly1one

boncho

charles1952
reply to post by boncho
 

I'm not sure I'm following you here.

You seem to be saying that Americans are unable to choose effective leaders, so we should let people from outside of our country choose our leaders, on the grounds that we don't know how to do it, but the people in Belgium, Chile, Africa, China, and Syria do?

I'm afraid we'll get still more ineffective leaders with total, inescapable, control over the world. I don't think I like that picture.


I'm saying fundamental laws need to be drafted to encapsulate the entire world. So it limits how much one nation can exploit another, and to reach objectives as a human race, not a person on a totem pole.


If a nation is willing or already engaging in exploiting another nation...the implementation of a LAW is suddenly supposed to make exploitation seem unappealing to said nation?

What are laws without enforcement? ok...so now with this worldly LAW we need a worldly POLICE...

can I ask how this is simply just not re-creating a larger version of the same problems?

I tend to agree with the statement that you can't fix problems with the same thinking that created them...

can we HONESTLY not come up with something better than laws and police...all over again?

I'm honestly curious here...


You have mistaken what law really is. It's hard I know, in modern times. Law was originally about giving people rights, not about destroying rights.





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