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Does a nation's loyalty lie with global initiatives or with its citizen's interests? watch

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    The two are not always synonymous. The international community's initiatives are ultimately in pursuit of world peace through redistribution. Redistribution of wealth, redistribution of population, and redistribution of influence. If the populace from the most desirable, wealthy, and influential nations oppose this agenda, are not their governing bodies obligated to proceed accordingly? It seems as though the more successful western societies are being cannibalized in the pursuit of a more equal global agenda. That is clearly a fantastic deal, unless you happen to be a member of the more successful western society.

    A nation's loyalty typically lies with pragmatic humanity e.g. being ruled by social/environmental concern insofar as the necessities of life will allow
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