Goss: North Korea’s nuclear capability grown

Now, here’s a real enemy that can do some real damage instead of the minor crap that Bin Laden and Iraq were capable of.

Problem is, even if UN and US manages to come into terms with North Korea over their dangerous weapons they are building, in 5 or 10 years from now there is going to be another country that will be able to build such weapons. And the same crap will happen all over again.

Solution: Create a single world government and make UN stronger, don’t let any country not be part of it and not obey the *world* rules. Sounds totalitarian? Maybe. But if that’s what gonna take to perserve our species isntead of ending up killing each other, sounds good to me.

Extreme situations call for extreme measures, I am afraid.

Then again, I am a Trekkie, and so not having a single governement and true unification for all of humanity sounds so stupid to me. I am a pacifier, and that can only happen if all humans feel that belong to the same country (“planet”).

Problem is, that there are a lot of people who don’t want to lose their “identity” of being Greek or French. Personally, I don’t give a dime if someone is Turkish, Greek, Iranian, Chinese, Kongonese, French or American. To me, they are all the same, and they should all be feeling like they belong to the same place, any place that might be (“opou gis kai patris” as they say in Greece). Yes, I am the opposite of a chauvinist. I endorse a world democratic governement (and I even endorse a not-so-democratic one, if required, as long as it brings people together and elliminates wars). Preserving our species and planet is more important than “being Greek” or “being French”. People who believe otherwise are not just chauvinistic, they are just not thinking straight. 😛

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