Commercial Governments will quickly eclipse all traditional governments in economic activity and political hegemony. Their extremely low taxes and more competitive industries combined with the extracurricular influence provided by assets will prove to be a superior evolution in public finance and political governance. There are even more esoteric advantages for participating nations, states, or cities. Commercial Government Theory presents three main techniques to consolidate previously separate nations into progressively larger nations or unions and ultimately one world government system. Even if powerful nations and states are not aggressively trying to accumulate territory there will still be the tendency for profit seeking jurisdictions to reorganize based upon permanent fund assets and eligible markets. Larger economic unions benefit from economies of scale and inefficiencies from standard currencies and universal labor and liability laws.
The easiest method is authorizing exchanges for the transfer of political territory between democratic jurisdictions. Governments can expand or contract their political boundaries in fluid agreement with the movements in the economy. Incomes generated by permanent funds will allow successful governments to consider expanding their tax bases and political territory for access to strategic resources and larger contribution rates from taxes. Jurisdictions with deficit problems from over borrowing (or losses from permanent fund investment) will have incentive to shed outlying territories to reconcile their balance sheets. Occasionally cities or states will want to purchase an ownership position in some lucrative company and in order to raise the capital they will have to barter away some political territory to do so. Certain larger jurisdictions will want to assume the political territory and permanent fund assets of smaller jurisdictions and offer to compensate residents for authorizing the merger between governments.
The second method, called Market Reorganization, requires that adequately capitalized jurisdictions disassemble their institutionalized government departments in favor of contracts outsourced to competitive government corporations (C-G.C) or privately owned public works (P.W.) companies as part of a Public/C-G Finance Initiative. It is expected that after a long enough period government service providers will start consolidating market share in the same respect unchecked private (non-governmental) industry does. Foreign nations must open up their government services markets to foreign C-G or private P.W. companies in order for this system to be successful in terms of political reorganization but the competitive pressures put onto jurisdictions to outsource personnel for smaller overall budgets will complement the cost efficiencies gained by economies of scale. Jurisdictions will likely specialize in certain government functions and territorial political monopoly will be replaced by functional political oligarchy allowing most traditional boundaries to be circumvented or erased. National governments will still be prohibited from interacting with their own constituent governments but they are lawful competitors in foreign markets. This will accelerate the consolidation of market share within the global economy facilitating a quicker transition to a one world government.
The third method, called Unity Reorganization, allows national governments to enact semi-uncompetitive entitlements while prompting or forcing lower level (municipal and regional) governments to adopt the same Public/C-G Finance Initiative structure found in the Market Reorganization method. Although all public works C-G.C can participate in the market it is expected that the national government will eventually monopolize government services within its constituent jurisdictions. It will also have an opportunity to accumulate dominant market shares in the public sectors of affiliated or associated nations. In most instances market conditions will predispose the functional merger of operations between two countries but as long as one government is practiced in usurping responsibility from other jurisdictions the market share could be a result of violent or hostile interactions. Regardless of the origin and motives of the power transfer the merger will successfully align the interest of countries while making many government benefits universal and industry regulations standard across the previous political boundaries. Obviously, the third method also relies on foreign nations opening up their public finance systems to C-G.C from other nations.
One world government doesn’t necessarily mean one world nation. It could just as easily refer to a collection of governments each prescribing to universal standards for democratic representation, codified laws, and government services when territory transfers occur between them. Standardized emergency services, government administration, industry regulators, militaries and law enforcement or intelligence agencies shared between local, regional, and national jurisdictions start eroding the cultural or economic differences between populations and nations. Participating cities, states, and nations start being part of a larger more comprehensive system where historic or traditional political boundaries are broken down into modern and more practical jurisdictions based on coordinated assets from permanent funds, available markets to earn revenues in, and even streamlined public finance (i.e. shared government services). Commercial and Criminal laws will be exported in some instance, imported in others, with democratic representation being transported between towns, cities, counties, states, and nations making an ever changing, ever revolving, and ever evolving multi-national one world government system.
The meaningfulness of political boundaries diminishes when 3rd party government service providers step in to administrate the duties of the municipality, county, state, or nation. This breakdown in the structure will lead to more willingness for residents to change their political allegiances. Territory transfers will be more frequent and the subsequent variety in secessions, assumptions, dissolutions, and mergers will realign residency into more equitable partnerships within all tiers of government. Ultimately jurisdictions will experience the same consolidation in market share that companies experience from mergers and acquisition within the various industries and grow in population, size, and wealth until only one or two competitive jurisdictions remain. Even if people don’t identify themselves as being part of the same nation if those apparently separate counties have interchangeable laws and share government service providers the difference is more nuanced than practical. For all intents and purposes they already belong to a single multi-national one government system. Integration of permanent funds and P/PFI C-G corporations will eliminate all of the traditional jurisdictions and tiers within the combined public sectors of every participating nation.