Can someone explain to me why the U.S. is good but the NAU/world government would be evil? I live closer to someone in Northern Mexico than I do to someone in Maine. Others live closer to someone in Montreal than to someone in Las Angeles. And yet we are told that we are to hold an artificial sense of camaraderie and lfellowship with those further away and consider them to be within out 'national' ingroup and to consider those fellow humans who live near to us as 'other' and alien to us. We are taught that, because of some imaginary line in the sand drawn by rich men who command men with guns, our community is not the man nearer to me with whom I might have much more in common, but those further away whom I will likely never meet and with whom I have little to nothing in common. If the NAU or a world government would be 'bad', 'evil', or otherwise objectionable as an artificial system of loyalty on control imposed upon us and overruling via the veto power of the gun those organic communities and associations which spring forth from human nature and interaction, then should not the United States (or any other such nation-state), too, be subject to those exact same criticisms and complaints? Why, then, other than familiarity and -i-n-d-o-c-t-r-i-n-a-t-i-o-n- education, do men accept one with religious zeal and moral conviction and reject the other?