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|#7 - Personally I believe that the world will have to abolish the i… [+] (57 new replies)||10/06/2015 on (untitled)||-45|
#132 - anon (10/07/2015) [-]
Could start with unified continents first but at some point.. yeah i hope this will become reality
#124 - anon (10/07/2015) [-]
then what, we give people in overpopulated third world areas the right to vote on issues that effect us on a global scale
#117 - ninjadingle (10/07/2015) [-]
I kinda agree with you. But it's not that we will have to abolish it. It will happen naturally. The concept of a country will change assuming we figure out easy space travel, are able to inhabit other planets, and especially if we discover sentient life. The current definition of a country will become obsolete on its own as the idea of a country becomes insignificant. Assuming we don't kill ourselves first, we probably won't see this happen in anytime soon though
#114 - anon (10/07/2015) [-]
u get thumbed down cuz u r a feg lol
#112 - traveltech (10/07/2015) [-]
Well I agree with the sentiment, that idea can't become a reality for a long time. Cultures vary greatly across the globe and old ideas die hard. I do think we're slowly moving towards that possibility though. Conflicts between groups may seem bad right now, but that's only because the world is finally becoming more connected. In the past alliances were understood to be temporary and would rarely last much longer than the lives of the people who made them. Today it's almost unthinkable to consider that certain countries could ever get into a real conflict (EU nations with each other, the US and many of its allies). Hopefully this trend will continue over time and maybe in a few hundred years we could live in a much better world.
#94 - anon (10/07/2015) [-]
Maybe in the distant future
#89 - SemiAnon (10/07/2015) [-]
Until there are aliens to go to space war with, we will never see the planet bound under one rule. Even then, it would be by a significantly more powerful United Nations that would still be unable to actually enforce their rule on every area.
Worldwide police state or bust, basically.
#88 - anon (10/07/2015) [-]
You got a belieber.
#77 - stonetomcat (10/07/2015) [-]
You've got to establish laws based on a country. If Europe gets the world, it'll fuck over the Americans, what with banning butter knives and all. If America gets it, those fucking Kardashits are everywhere. And don't even get me started on what'll happen if Singapore gets it...
Also, the EU is a prime example of why it wouldn't work. It's flat-out retarded in so many ways I don't have the patience to list them... Their most recent fuckup is probably going to absolutely destroy multiple countries' economies.
Good idea on paper, but not in action.
#76 - rainyeyes (10/07/2015) [-]
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What the fuck do you think happened to the great British Empire?!
All the colonies said fuck you we want the right of self governance and enacted confederation acts left and right.
For the love of God stay in school.
#68 - thelastamerican (10/07/2015) [-]
What if I don't like this single government you want to create? I can't decide to go live in a more socialist country if I want to, or go live in a more free market country if I want to try to make it on my own. I'm just stuck living in a single governmental system that I may not agree with.
#66 - anon (10/07/2015) [-]
Yea, it's not like you need national lines to keep the existence of differing countries existent for taxation and cultural purposes. Nor don't you need national borders to for lawful purposes because laws separate between nation to nation, and even county to county.
#48 - anon (10/06/2015) [-]
"I'll probably get thumbed down into hell by people who have to cling onto the idea of having a country in order to feel satisfied as an individual"
or maybe you get thumbed down because you have a bad opinion
#65 - anon (10/06/2015) [-]
theyre going there because they get the most benefits from weak national leaders who cant say no out of fear of being called racist, no other reason
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#109 - anon (10/07/2015) [-]
Well consider the fact the Europe conquered the fuck out of America because the competition they had within the continent while the giant Ass china that was completely united didn't give two shits about it because nobody compared to them, there was no need to expand.
#116 - donbionicle (10/07/2015) [-]
When has a work of fiction set within a galactic empire ever focused on an Earth-sized population's planetary governmental system? Usually it's just "The Authorities" or whatever and left at that, everyone's too busy talking about the space stuff to care.
Serious question, if anyone has good story recommendations I'd love to hear them.
#50 - ripgeckosncherios (10/06/2015) [-]
Well then it wouldn't be an Empire, Empire implies that everything is centrally controlled while the others are kidnda colonies.
If it was a Republic however then yes, the planets have their own government, with a central senate deciding certain matters. With information flowing through an entire galaxy though it is hard to imagine how the Senate would be able to make quick decisions in for example a time of war, so a person would have to be instilled with additional power.
TL;DR Star Wars 3
#49 - anon (10/06/2015) [-]
movie's aren't the best at interpreting fantasy reality.
#12 - anon (10/06/2015) [-]
Never hear of the US?
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