Discuss the extend to which you agree or disagree with the opinion stated above. Support your views with reasons and/or examples from your own experience, observations, or reading.
The question was given by one of my university's major classes to practice the English writing skills, and I answered: I do not agree that people have to recognize that their role as citizens of the world is more important than their role as citizens of a particular country. It is because that such fantasy does not work at all.
Everybody either lives for themselves or serves for their country's benefit. We must be vigilant about such blandishments that eventually could lead a country to doom.
The enemies of the state are everywhere, the traitors from within our midst. Those who speak of the role as citizens of the world have attempted to deceive all others, and should never be trusted. After saying that, they try to seize power by such thievery in order to blind our eyes to achieve their unholy goals and so on.
I fear what will be left after the world itself became a state. Just look at Europe, and what happened to Yugoslavia where the country should have never existed in history. The country I mentioned actually was a Greater Serbia, and I had been told this from my Macedonian friend who wishes to get German citizenship and live there. Those people were same southern Slavic people, but over the hundreds of years of isolation and different religions torn them apart. This led them to identify themselves too differently. So they are no more the same folks.
Thus, if the Earth itself becomes an ultra-super state, it is nothing more than Yugoslavia season 2.
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