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Informative Article | Political Science | Sweden | Volume 10 Issue 1, January 2021
A World Government in Action: A New Pragmatic Ideology for Global Policy
Abstract: In political matters, there are three issues that come up every day. (1) What is the problem (2) Who is to blame (3) What is the solution Each issue is full of emotions, and every problem has a solution, because there is always someone to blame on. This logic applies to all of us: journalists love to tell us who are to blame; the politicians have the answer that bears the blame and it is of course the other politicians; voters have all the answers. This logic is dangerous. Now it seems that we are approaching us to the level where the answers to these three questions are irrational, highly subjective and full of emotions and hatred. A world government is needed, based on a new constitution and a new pragmatic ideology for global politics, called PASISM, a Power Assuring Survival of humanity, dealing with the global situation. A comparison between 2020 and 2100 gives us what we need to do. The world of 2020: the figure of $ 1.7 trillion represents global military spending for one year; nuclear weapons; population growth; the climate change, nationalism, refugee flows, waste, democracy and its difficulties, starvation, diseases, corruption, false news, racism, migration, micro plastics, trust decrease, war, demagoguery, water shortages, conflicts, violence, populism, 193 national states and power blocs dominate the global scene, etc. The world of 2100: disarmament and demobilization, forces for daily safety, food and medicine supply, energy access, water supply, global equality, education, global infrastructure, legal and regulatory framework for the economy and business, laws and legislation, no waste, housing for all, and healthcare for all. Basically, we need a new ideology to guide us. We need to start a global discussion on a new ideology, Pasism, and how the highest priority of global problems should be addressed, and the key solutions to begin with, and how a new global order should be realized.
Keywords: Nuclear weapons, population growth, the climate change, nationalism, refugee flows, waste, democracy and its difficulties, starvation, diseases, corruption, false news, racism, migration, Etc
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 1, January 2021,
Pages: 610 - 612
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