It is easy to say that the biggest change is the elimination of all countries. Suppose we only have one country left: the United World.
We’ve lived in different countries of the world for over 3,000 years. Today there are almost 200 countries in the world. Several countries are in constant conflict with each other. Conflicts across borders, trade, religion, inequality, transportation, and so on. These conflicts sometimes lead to wars. The difficulty is that matters are arranged differently for each country. A simple example: If you drive your car through Europe, you can sometimes drive 130, sometimes 110. In some countries education is free, in other countries it is not. VAT is 15% in some countries, 21% in others. And so on.
One of the biggest causes of the problems lies in the fact that many countries do not manage to establish a well-functioning state. Usually this is due to a lack of bureaucracy and too much corruption. This often leads to poverty, dissatisfaction and even civil wars. The lust for power is also a great danger. It often happens that one person draws all the power to him and a dictatorship arises.
In our world view there is only one country left, the United World. This has very big advantages. There are no more conflicts over borders or trade. There are no more wars between countries and no more civil wars. Laws are the same everywhere, all over the world. There are no more weak and unstable countries. No more endless meetings with delegations from different countries.
No countries, no borders. People can travel all over the world without restrictions. In today’s world, that would really be a disaster. In 2015/2016 there was a large stream of refugees from the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Hundreds of thousands of people fled to Europe because of wars (Syria), or for political and financial reasons. So why do these open borders work in our world? It’s simple. Because the problems in those countries are no longer there. There are no more wars, so there are no more war refugees. There are no more unstable countries, so there are no more political refugees. There are no more Third World countries, so there are no more financial refugees. If people travel now, it’s for fun, for visiting family and friends, or for business reasons.
Someone might say: “But what about the local traditions and the language? What happened to that?” The answer is simple, they still exist. Countries still exist, but now as communities. So without government and without a political system. Any group of people can start a community. A community can be for anything; a country, a province, a certain community. So you have, for example, a community ‘Netherlands’, in which, among other things, festivities are organized. Some communities even have a king or queen, although these people no longer have any political function. Read more.
Outside the United World, local municipalities have continued to exist. The world is divided into hundreds of thousands of municipalities in which the local concerns are regulated. Also, the local legislation has remained in place, in order to meet the local needs of a municipality.