Comment: Let's take it even further.

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Let's take it even further.

If borders are an obstacle toward freedom, then is the move toward a democratic-global-government actually a move toward freedom? Since it would deminish the relevance of borders? And would bring the service of property rights, and human rights, protection to a larger percentage of the world?

As long as such a government were limited in scope?

Or is the move to a free society one which we approach in the opposite fashion, of liberating individual-by-individual until government reflect the new moral composition of its people?

If so, wouldn't a limited-democratic global government represent the ultimate end of such an individual movement?

Or is possible to represent this Peace and Freedom with borders and potentially conflicting nations?

Jack Wagner