How could any sane person in today’s world believe that “subsidiarity” would constrain the power of a global state?

Our discussion of Pope Benedict’s beyond-appalling proposal for a secular global government continues. Sage McLaughlin points out that a well meaning person in the 19th century might not grasp the horrors that were implied in a world state, but that there is zero excuse for such naivite today.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at October 26, 2011 02:35 PM | Send

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