Monday, April 6, 2009

New World Order Is On Its Way

The new world order is on its way. The G20 includes nineteen countries
Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi, Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States,

The G20 also includes 23 countries represented as the European Union, that were not large enough to represent themselves:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, and Sweden.

In total these countries represent around 80% of the world's economy and over 4 billion of the world's population. And the buzz is that the measures that have been put in place will prevent the world falling into depression and prevent such a collapse that occurred in 2008 from happening again.

A new world order has been put in place that represents 2/3 of the world's population with the belief that there will never be another economic crisis of this nature, or one that will threaten the world economy again.

You might wonder how the financial crisis occurred.

The governments are blaming the free market. Yet there is no such thing as a free market that is totally free from government intervention. Government intervention has taken place in all these economies. The governments of the world buy and sell currencies. The governments of the world interfere in the running of their own economy. The governments subsidize any industry that the politicians of the day think is important for their political position.

Now the governments are saying that the free market can no longer enjoy the excesses that capitalism has created. But governments are usually made up of politicians who see that it is advantageous to keep favor with the corporate world in the event of their sudden departure from power. What this means is that the culture that exists within the corporate world is funded by government money. This culture of feeding the mouths of the money makers before the workers exists worldwide. The uproar over AIG debacle only came about because the company blatantly paid out government money as retention bonuses to executives. The reason AIG did this so conspicuously was because the practice of using government subsidies for executives benefits is so entrenched in the corporate world, that a bail out from the US government was merely seen as a handout for executives. Do not expect the culture to change. For this to happen there would need to be a global revolution of the sort that would never happen.

If I were a skeptic, I would be uncertain the governments of the world would be able to solve the financial crisis that is going to eclipse the one that has just occurred  But I am not a skeptic. I simply do not believe that the governments of the world will ever be able to bring everlasting peace to this earth and a prosperity that bring equality and equity, so there will never be a need for another person to desire more than what he or she has.

The reason why I do not believe a one world government, or any collaboration of governments, will ever bring about a global economy that will not suffer crises is because of human nature being egocentric and the fact that history reveals that growth is limited to a growing population. When a population cannot grow, economic growth is restricted. Just have a look at how economies that have a population growth problem start to stagnate. The only way these economies can grow is through immigration.

Immigration brings its own problems such as race, religion and culture, However, the one way people of a different race and different culture can be brought together is through religion. This is evidenced by the Roman Catholic world youth day. This is also evident when Muslims from different countries and of a different color go to Mecca.

The problem with religion is Islam is opposed to every other religion and its adherents hold to a theology that sees Islam being the religion of the world, not based on personal choice but by force. Even though a new world order is on its way, not until the issue of religion is resolved will a one world government be able to be introduced or accepted by the masses.

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