History of Country borders – now the questions is; do we need borders?

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Watch as 1000 years of European borders change (timelapse map)
Tribes.

https://www.facebook.com/TribesPeople/videos/1671348653124505/

This map has some good graphics in it, even if it not totally accurate.  Man-made borders.  “Borders come and go, taking lives and creating wealth for some, poverty for most. What matters is the unity of humanity as a whole. That’s the most beautiful idea, so much so, it doesn’t fit in any map! It will only happen when borders disappear will the world start rolling to the tune of love.”  comment by Owen.  Thank you.

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4 thoughts on “History of Country borders – now the questions is; do we need borders?”

  1. When inner borders are present in a discernment of where I end and another person begins, no outside borders are needed, I think. No, where? Nowhere and now, here. It’s for the lack of sovereignty in human beings, that a surrogate border is constructed around the tribe, or country, or united states of…
    We, the people of…. declared while coming from strength. No need of a fence or defence.

  2. Good question. Eventually borders will be eliminated and all of the searching, intimidation and forced toxic vaccines for travel that we are subjected today will be eliminated too. Unfortunately, it might a while. Change happens slowly.

  3. Would articles from Anna Maria Riezinger, particularly about the land jurisdiction, be still relevant? Here’s one of her articles: http://annavonreitz.com/properwording.pdf

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