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One world government
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Edow Jiru
Dec 19, 2015
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Delvis M. Espiet
Dec 23, 2015
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Yeah, f**k yeah

 
Calser Jo
Mar 20, 2016
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I think it could be a great thing, as long as there can be more regional governments, kinda like the european union.
Together but being able to change things per region/exCountry but first there has to be a cultural change

 
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A single unified government is a bit idealistic. Humans are divided on too many lines to come together like that. If some country or group of countries came together and said they were going to unify the world, people would not just accept it. Human nature says that if they must come together there must be a strong reason to give this change. If we had a threat or a common goal we may see a day where the world would come together. A reason we may want to come together is to hold the strife of war at bay, but then again the very situation of being in a unified world would require to some extent freedom of movement, which would only make it easier for people to fight or even give a rise of crime. You could maintain the lattice of the world's political boundaries, but you would have to give all the world protection and the local governments would not have the organization to implement the standards of defense the new world government might set. Richer parts of the world could give resources to the needier regions, but as the world stands that would take lots of transportation, time, money and people the world could not afford.
To conclude, the world just is not ready to maintain such a system that would be required to hold a single governmental power or system of advisers and would leave to much room for corruption, resource loss, rebellion and the pure amount of organization required to do so does not exist.

 
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A unitary world government sounds good on paper however what we currently have is debatably better since we are more diverse under multiple governments which leaves room for change in government, economics, and society.

 
Aditya Swamy
Jan 09, 2016
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First and foremost it is just a dream it is just simply not possible. People won't follow the government thinking of possibility of partialities and the world is just a big world and it is divided in so many parts that it is really tough and if together one person can take advantage of being powerful if he becomes the leader.


 
Aditya Swamy
Jan 09, 2016
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Rebuttal to: Delvis M. Espiet Show

Just think

 
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Definitely not! Humans can't get along as it is, why would we force every country to have the same way of government? This should not be a thing, not now, anyway. One day, maybe, when we grow together, when we realise the same morals and beliefs, or when we're attacked by aliens. This is a possibility. However, not in today's day and age.

 


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