World Federation, Friends and Money
Eugene Narrett - October 16, 2009
“Kerr defined ‘world federation’ as a state which will command the allegiance of mankind, will be able to legislate for, judge and tax everybody, and which will be responsible to everybody…” 
“Command, legislate, judge and tax,” and it will be responsible, too. A State that can legislate for, judge and tax everybody will not be responsible to anyone but itself, a lesson taught by tyrannies ancient and modern. But twentieth century chefs of the grand omelet often claimed that world federation would promote free thought and liberalism. This does not square with experience; nor does it fit a posited “necessity of collective world control to eliminate warfare,” that is, “world police activities for consolidating world socialism.” Much less does free thought engender an “admitted necessity for collective control of the economic and biological life of mankind. One may rejoin, “Admitted” by whom, but if one has the force one can square a circle in the same way an egg can be made to stand on its end, by smashing it.
As for “necessity” and those who pontificate about crises, Milton warned in Paradise Lost that it was a satanic “tyrant’s plea” to “excuse devilish deeds”; but reading is out-of-date and in the modern State, oligarchs decree and their jesters promote “necessities” for which their subjects must pay in order to be saved, governing by contrived crisis. As Kerr wrote, it will legislate, judge and tax everybody, a god of this world, that is, a tyrant.