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Survival or Extinction: Part 11—Countries Are Prisons       printable version
24 Nov 2014: posted by the editor - Features

Survival or Extinction: Part 11—Countries Are Prisons - summary
By Kevin Mugur Galalae
Borders don’t exist. As we serve the system, the system must serve us.  

The system, however, is no longer serving us. We have become subservient to the system. The system itself has become our master. To make the system subservient to human needs we must as individuals rise above the system and subdue it. A system that is out of human control is a monster, a beast. And that is the present state of the system for it has slipped out of human control. The system has slipped out of human control because no human being or body of human beings exists who has the authority to be in charge of the world and the world is, as a result, at the mercy of national authorities that are incapable of coordinating a global plan of action, which is why our civilization is spinning out of control.  

Our elected governments have been waging war on our reproductive systems since 1945 to ensure we live within our national means. There can be no national sovereignty on the issues of population control and resource sharing, which have long been designated international security prerogatives and on which not only global peace and prosperity depend but also the survival of human civilization and of life on earth. The circumstances dictate only one possible two-pronged solution: a global one-child policy until such time as we reach a sustainable global population, at which point a global two-children policy will take its place in perpetuity, and the total elimination of national borders to facilitate the equitable distribution of the world’s wealth and resources and enable the widest range of individual rights and freedoms for all the world’s people. 

Cultural differences will in fact thrive and multiply in a borderless world where geographic and climatic conditions are not trumped by national political considerations. The faster we consign the nation state to history the better we can use the world’s bounty, the quicker we can eliminate fear and want, and the greater will be our rights and freedoms as citizens of the world. But to consign the nation state to history we must agree on a set of global common denominators that can serve as the foundation on which to build a global society and that provide a step forward in every respect: social, economic and political. At 17 million square kilometers Russia is by far the largest country in the world, covering more than one-eighth of the Earth’s land mass. Its oil, gas, and mineral resources are the largest in the world and indispensable to the world, which is why they must be shared with the world’s 7 billion people and not monopolized by Russia’s 143 million inhabitants. The world cannot survive the next 30 years without Ukraine’s fertile soil and latent agricultural potential. And, of course, Iran is crucial to the world’s energy security because it has the largest natural gas supply and the fourth-largest proven petroleum reserves in the world.    

Iran knows that if Russia falls it too must fall. And while no country on earth can hide behind the isolationism of nationhood at this time in our history when our overwhelming numbers place unbearable stress on global resources, neither should the last remaining independent nations cede their sovereignty without insisting that the global economic system that makes globalization and peace possible does not eliminate the financial excesses and obscene personal wealth that is currently so extreme as to destabilize the entire world and to corrode societies from within. 

Economics is the strongest political argument in a world divided.   But an economic system that allows bankers and CEOs to earn 600 times more money than their employees not only loses its political strength it also becomes a political liability. 

Breaking the existing national structures to build a global one is an absolute necessity that not even a nation as powerful as Russia can ignore or resist anymore. Not only is the nation state too small, it is also too short-sighted.

The needs of individuals, the needs of countries, and the needs of the world are completely different and move according to different timetables. National assemblies have a few years. But the world thinks in centuries.  

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Killing Us Softly: Causes and Consequences of the Global Depopulation Policy is considered by the author to be important in understanding the content of Survival or Extinction. Likewise a second book, Chemical and Biological Depopulation is also considered important to understanding. You can download both as a zipfile here 

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