Globalization - conspiracy or natural course?

The assumption is that organizing mankind under one government will obviate nasty power struggles among nations and peoples, enable the proper distribution of goods across all mankind, eliminate poverty, control climate change, etc.

As intoxicating a concept as it may be, and it is apparently shared by many influential people in “high” places, it is aping One Intelligent Principle, while in no wise respecting and abiding by His universal spiritual laws.

In a recent post, Evolution of man is a dangerous myth, it speaks to the danger of power, that the more of it, the more corruption. Why? Because in truth, One Intelligent Principle is omnipotent, meaning ALL-power, so when man seems to hold power, it invites an arrogance, and only gets worse as it expands. 

The only viable globalization is the growing recognition and acknowledgment of this One Universal Principle which IS Love, where all distinct religions and isms will dissolve into Science, the universal spiritual laws of the universe.

Globalization, as perceived by "the elite," assumes that mankind under the control of those who know better will be saved from self-destruction. The Tower of Babel is the first precedent for its failure. Today, the European Union should serve as test case, to see if a new precedent can be established!

Globalization, as prophesied by Jeremiah in the Bible, promises a state of being where all know God, the laws of the universe, from the least unto the greatest. Can you imagine a world where those in positions of power would abide by "Do unto others as you would have them do to you" ? - and those in the local communities would abide by "love your neighbor as you love yourself" - and all would love their enemies as well as their friends...

Many believe that God is an old concept, not relevant to the modern world. They mistake tired religious organizations as the caretakers of God. But when confronted with the problems of the world, when awakening to the perennial, pathetic fallability of man without a higher Principle, mankind will inevitably turn to divine Science, unencumbered by human, religious organization. 

"The time for thinkers has come. Truth, independent of doctrines and time-honored systems, knocks at the portal of humanity. Contentment with the past and the cold conventionality of materialism are crumbling away. Ignorance of God is no longer the stepping-stone to faith. The only guarantee of obedience is a right apprehension of Him whom to know aright is Life eternal. Though empires fall, 'the Lord shall reign forever.' " (S&H)