For those that want free national health care, free college education, etc... if you believe it to be a "human right", then why are people within the invisible lines of the USA more important than people elsewhere? So if, in a hypothetical future, the globalists win out... and a United Nations type organization is the 1 government of the whole world made of equal representatives with no leader.... there is 1 currency and 1 free market (non-communist) economy..... 1 flat tax code no matter where you are.... 1 "military/police" to keep order.... and there no borders anywhere or rules for where anyone can live.... and 1 set "safety net" of entitlements for the poor. Now under that structure. Can you have free healthcare for everyone? Free education for everyone? I get that a government like that would be inherently more socialist. But would it collapse under the weight of trying to provide everything to 8.5+ BILLION people in the world? Even with heavy taxing on the natural financial centers that would form, and suck up all the money... it still just would never add up to provide the same entitlements to a NYC person and a small African village person.... so then, is that fair? Basically, "my point" is that those that believe in these kinds of programs for the USA can’t apply the same ideals for the rest of the world. So it’s completely hypocritical if the main goal is just driven by guilt for those less fortunate.