Paul Martin wants to take over the world!
What Martin has in mind is nothing less than spearheading the move toward a limited form of world government. The easy prediction is that once in office he will act as his own finance minister. I believe that instead he will be much more active as his government’s foreign affairs innovator. His ambitions recognize few limits. He once confided to me that he wants to duplicate internationally, especially in the underdeveloped world, what we do domestically, including a global system of equalization payments, free education to the high school level, the formation of global instead of national health care and banking systems, and so on. What he has in mind is common approaches instead of creating new levels of co-ordinating bureaucracy, but it’s an original and inspiring concept and if realized would mean dramatic shifts in global priorities.
Some of these ideas sound very cool.
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