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Are there political groups (grassroots or organized) that advocate for a global government, and if so, which are the most influental by number of members and/or in financial terms?

  • Libertarians (used to?) reject borders and want a common government: minimal. – dandavis Jul 10 '19 at 20:54
  • George Soros, Bill Gates, the Disney heir Abigail if my memory doesn't fail and some factions on the traditional left present in the Foro de São Paulo – devconcept Jul 10 '19 at 21:39
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At various point in history, Muslims, Christians and Communists all have converting the whole world as part of their manifest destiny, and mission statement.

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    global government is different than global dominance – devconcept Jul 10 '19 at 21:49
  • @devconcept: it is exactly the same idea... how would anyone propose to govern globally without global domination? The question is what kind of people/group has that tendency.... I think it is a reasonable observation to make.. – dolphin_of_france Jul 10 '19 at 21:56
  • true but "domination" traditionally developed by those groups has been economic or military domination preserving or expanding the dominant's borders. The government the OP is probably referring is the new globalist agenda which is a cultural dominance "erasing borders" which is kinda different because without borders is hard to figure out who is dominating the others. – devconcept Jul 10 '19 at 22:00
  • @devconcept: not every culture / ideology is interested in global domination... Erasing border ... erasing cultural identity are also the pet projects of communism, christianity and islam... we don't see that because we live in a judeo-christian world, but everything before has already been erased... – dolphin_of_france Jul 10 '19 at 22:03
  • true again but you need to be more specific. Islam and christianity aimed at cultural identity change but not deliberated, they just aimed at imposing their religion which they believed to be the true one. There were no deep studies on how human culture worked on those times. Comunism didn't make this it's pet project until the fall of the Berlin Wall because their arguments became obsolete. Soros is famous for his globalist agenda and spending a lot of money on this. There is no point of asking about global government if you are not referring to the current one. – devconcept Jul 10 '19 at 22:10

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