Because, it happened through the slow, indirect evolutionary process, not asking or wishing. — Vera Mont
As I said, I also see the disadvantages of uniformity, even though I don't view them as extreme as you do. — Jacques
but given the nature of human beings, it doesn't seem possible to me — Jacques
Our judgment? We sat on our hands and allowed it to be taken away. Now we're stuck with the results and if we try to do anything about it we are loudly scorned by the fools we elected or the fools they appointed and by those of us who are sworn to protect and serve.
Sometimes I wonder if we are all suffering from some kind of mass hypnosis. — Varnaj42
If humanity is unified under single government, meaning no wars between nations, then anyone who would oppose such government could easily be declared as terrorist or terrorist group.
Doesn't sound like a good idea. — SpaceDweller
Do you mean to say that every immigrant in the Canada is cooking boiled beef and cabbage, because they're under British-style governance? — Vera Mont
I agree with you that diversity is possible under a single government, even more so under a single municipal administration. — Jacques
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