We’ve had a few folks on this site who posted quite enthusiastically their conviction the U. S. government is run by politicians who are intent on forming a world government, leaving our current one behind. “Evidence” is a couple of U. S. Presidents referring to a “New World Order” in public remarks.
These were taken out of context and referred to unrestricted trade and monetary flows. Most of this was in the early days of Europe’s Euro, the common European currency.
As we know, the use of one currency in Europe is struggling just now. When countries have different political histories, it is hard to make such an idea work. One country may need inflation to stimulate its economy while another would be hurt by inflation.
The U. S., Mexico and Canada have reduced trade barriers and, from what I gather, has helped all the total well being of all three. Individual industries and people have been harmed, however.
If a New World Order, one international government replacing many national ones, has a chance of succeeding, we should already have seen it. It should have succeeded in the old Soviet Union. Before that in the old British Empire.
When I crossed the border from Norway into Sweden several years ago, I did not have to stop. There were no border barriers, stops or restrictions. Yet, those two countries will not dissolve into one.
There are things to worry about. A world government is not one of them.