Did you ever wonder why it’s called a global economy?
- A global economy is a very strong challenge
- If there were a global one-world economy you could…
- Would this make it easier for people to exist together?
Did you ever wonder why it’s called a global economy? It’s not a single economy. Each country and even regions of some countries have a much different economic reality than all others. While the economy in one country can be booming, the economy in the country right next to them can be suffering.
The fact that each economy has its own rules and resources that go into its makeup means that having a global economy is a very strong challenge. However, having a one-world global economy is what the power elite of the world would like and are striving for.
They want a one-world, one-currency global economy where everybody shares in the success of all the other countries. In essence if there were a global one-world economy you could erase all border lines on a map. There wouldn’t be different currencies in each country, different taxes or tariffs for trade, there would be only one set of rules that everybody went by.
Would this make it easier for people to exist together? This certainly would take away the imbalance between the super rich countries and dirt poor countries. In many cases a global economy may have its benefits. However, due to nationalism and country pride it is a hard concept to implement.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That talking about a one-world global economy and actually implementing one are two different things.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because the concept of a global one-world economy will be sold hard and all the benefits will be put in front of everyone as their saving grace.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Think about the fact that if everyone everywhere used the same means of currency and that resources in one country were the same price as the same resource in other countries. Would that actually make for a better global economy?
COMMENTARY: Under a one-world global economy would the incentive for an individual to invent new ways of doing things better dissipate? Would the lack of competition be a disincentive to improve things? Would it be like everyone in the world playing for the same team? People are motivated to do better from pain and being uncomfortable in their present condition. Would struggling and pain be decreased with a single economy? In a fair, one-world economy, everyone would get paid the same wage for doing the same job? If they didn’t, it wouldn’t work – it wouldn’t be a one-world economy. If ever implemented, a one-world global economy would reveal its ugly side early on.