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All international issues should be resolved in a world court

When Arkansas and Missouri take issue over the Mississippi, they do not go to war. All issues between all states ought to be resolved fairly, in a world court. I believe a world court, and ultimately a one-world government, are natural features of humanity's moral trajectory.

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    Apr 21 2013: ZXStyle, would you rather have your fate sealed by a gavel or a gun? I think it is easy for us to debate the specifics of this sitting in America. Millions of innocents globally are consumed by violence. We would not allow that to happen on our soil. We should not allow it to happen anywhere. As long as it does, we underline a non-existent difference between "us" and "them."

    "Things which equal the same thing also equal one another." - Euclid

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