Sun. Mar 26th, 2023

Globalism represents a group of ideologies that aims for the joining of all world nations, cultures and religions into one unitary group. It aims for the elimination of categories and promotes the idea that categories divide people. The reality, however, is that we can rather be united in diversity than united without diversity, and it is interesting to know that the motto of the EU has been “United In Diversity”. For one to claim that all religions are equal, that people can worship the same God via any religion and that all religions should join to become one unitary group of religions is actually wrong. We ought, nevertheless, to accept everyone as our fellow humans and not judge them based on their background. There has been a global push from shadow governmental agencies for all religions to unite, and this represents an important part of the plan to remove the idea of nationality, culture and religion, and the purpose behind this plan is not even the promotion of the fact that all people should be loved and respected, regardless of their background, but it is to turn all people into numbers so the rest of the plans set in their agenda will be able to take place.

We ought to speak out against any efforts to mix up religions and promote global hyperunity, and all with unconditional love and according to the truth. If we truly want world peace, we should never be afraid to witness our healthy differences to our fellow humans, but happily acknowledge them. We are all citizens of our home countries and ambassadors representing our backgrounds to people from different backgrounds who wish to learn more about other cultures. Whilst being multi-cultural is healthy and necessary to maintain a healthy relationship between the world nations, being multi-culturalistic makes unhealthy pressures for world nations to be friends to one another, thereby breaking essential bonds and ultimately even posing risks of the development of conflicts. And this point of discussion has yet again the conclusion that discernment is key to maintain societal wellbeing.

By Anonymous Graduate

A graduate from a Science-related University Bachelor's, discussing public health corruption and half-truths promoted abundantly in mainstream Academia.

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