The world is in a state of constant decline, at least I believe it to be so. Countries, I won't list names, go to war for oil and other resources. At the same time, political corruption reigns supreme in many top countries. Countries, instead of working together for the betterment of mankind, fight against each other to have the best ranks in education and technology.
My proposal is to forget about which country is better and focus on the betterment of the human race as a whole. Because of competition between the top countries, we still have many 3rd world countries who are destroying themselves. If we globalized and worked together under one banner, we could all pull through.
The flaws of one country can be fixed through the help of other countries giving that country a hand. Under globalist society, I wouldn't be Russian, and you wouldn't be whatever you were, we'd be Earthlings.
Right now, we are the only known intelligent species in this entire part of the universe and we only have this planet to live on, yet we still have wars, political corruption, class separations, hate over religion, race, other beliefs, and an overbearing pollution crisis that is bound to kill this planet.
If we as human beings do not protect our only home, where else can we go? Will future generations have to live in the trash that we left off to the side for them? Will they have to live in poverty, disease and constant famine?
Honestly, if the world came together and managed to tolerate each other for the good of the human race, we could have probably cured cancer or discover a way to fix the problem of famine in the world. If the entire world as a whole controlled all the money in the world, it would constantly circulate, perhaps there might not be any more use of money, in turn getting rid of the reason why many wars are fought and many people are killed. This system might be boarding on socialism a bit, but socialism, in its entirety, is for the betterment of all the people as a whole, not just a select few.
I would like opinions on this matter because I want to see if other people think the way I do, or if I could reflect my views onto others and they could possibly point out some flaws that I could reflect on my own. I have spoken about this with my professors and my friends, but I constantly get ambiguous answers. Perhaps I was asking the wrong crowd? Nevertheless, I am writing about this here and would like to hear all of E's opinions, or the opinions of those who choose to give it.