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A global governance, crafted by the people, working for the collective benefit of our planet.


  • The Federal Government of the World (FGW) is your voice, representing all human beings inhabiting our shared home, Earth.
  • As we navigate our beta phase, we're diligently working towards our mission of becoming a truly global government.
  • Established to address the most pressing global challenges, FGW is built on the premise that together, we can find solutions.
  • Our primary attention is dedicated to safeguarding our environment and ensuring global security.


Embracing Human Identity:

Unified by our shared human identity, we recognize our collective destiny. It is this sense of belonging to one global family that fuels cooperation. We view this unity as the bedrock of world federalism.

Celebrating Diverse Thoughts and Values:

FGW is more than a political entity, it's a platform for unity in diversity. We believe in creating space for a myriad of thoughts and values under this global umbrella. It's this very diversity and our willingness to respect and celebrate it, that makes FGW resilient and robust.


Promoting Universal Human Identity

We see a shared human identity as the potent unifying force for all of humanity. Beyond the traditional scopes of ethnic, national, and religious identities, we champion the embrace of a broader, more universal identity. This connection with every fellow human sets the stage for the establishment of a World Federal Government. Let's celebrate our shared humanity.

Pursuing Global Peace

Managing global conflict is the FGW's priority. To achieve peace, humanity needs laws and law enforcement, possibly with military capability. It might take time, but FGW shall create and enforce security rules on a global level.

Championing Environmental Protection

Environmental protection is not working because humanity does not have the mechanism to make polluters bear the cost of environmental destruction. FGW shall play a vital role by establishing the standards of environmental protection and enforcing them through the global taxation system.


We are in the beta phase but will expand our capability quickly.

Identity influences our thought and behavior

Navigating Beta Phase: Building a Trustworthy Foundation

As we navigate our beta phase, we acknowledge our current limitations - be it financial or expertise-related. Our primary focus lies in rallying global citizens to our cause and securing necessary resources.

Milestone: Accumulate ample human and financial resources.

Identity divides us

Phase 1: Setting Up Registration and Embracing Democracy

Our first major step involves creating a foolproof registration system probably using blockchain technology, ensuring the authenticity of our global citizen base and eliminating the risk of duplicates or false accounts. Afterward, we'll establish a democratic voting system to enable collective and inclusive decision-making.

Milestone: Successful implementation of a robust registration and voting system.

Identity can unite us within the same group

Phase 2: Pursuing Formal Recognition

Post establishing a credible voting system, our collective decision will represent humanity's voice. We'll seek formal acknowledgment from international organizations like the UN, advocating for representation to express our global perspectives.

Milestone: Achieve recognition among international organizations.

Universal Identity can unite all humanity

Phase 3: Enforcing Global Laws

With a democratic decision-making process and international recognition, we'll be poised to enact laws that govern our planet. We understand that legislation requires enforcement capabilities, potentially military, to address nations inciting global crises.

Milestone: Enact and enforce global laws.

Our Initiatives

Our Initial Strides towards the Grand Objective

The establishment of a democratic Federal Government of the World is our ultimate goal. However, we recognize the numerous challenges in our path and are committed to tackling each one, step by step.

One of the most significant obstacles we face lies in the privileged status of the 'Big Five' nations – the US, UK, France, Russia, and China. These nations uniquely enjoy unrestricted rights to possess and potentially use nuclear weapons. This situation leaves non-nuclear nations vulnerable, without any form of protection against nuclear threats.

The ultimate goal is the total abolition of nuclear weapons. However, it's currently unfeasible and any drastic policy changes concerning nuclear weapons require careful consideration. Therefore, we propose two simple yet meaningful demands for the 'Big Five' as a first step towards a nuclear-free world:

  1. The 'Big Five' must commit to not using nuclear weapons against non-nuclear nations.
  2. The 'Big Five' must pledge not to use nuclear weapons against civilian populations.

While these demands don't achieve long-term peace and are far from our ultimate goal, they represent an important first step. They are attainable objectives that can garner global public support, and their achievement will reinforce the belief that we possess the power to create change.

We're currently running petition campaigns on We kindly ask you to sign it, share with your networks, and if possible, contribute financially to support this movement.

Key Messages

Our Believe and Messages to the World

1)Identity as human

In any political unity, psychological unity is essential. To unite under a common political entity, people must share empathy and interests. This applies to the World Government too. Humanity needs to feel a sense of closeness and a shared identity as humans.

It's crucial to understand that identities are dynamic and evolve over time. No nation, religion, or ethnicity is fixed or permanent. These identities have histories spanning only decades or centuries. Identities are not exclusive, either; individuals can embody multiple layers of identity, such as nationality, ethnicity, and religion, coexisting within one person. From a Christian Korean-American to a Muslim Indian in London, multi-layered identities are part of our reality.

Now, it's time to add one more layer - a global human identity. This universal identity connects us with every fellow human on this planet. Instead of clinging to fleeting, short-term identities, let's embrace something larger and enduring - our shared humanity. This human identity is essential for the Federal Government of the World, and promoting it is our top priority.

2)Expanding the support base of World Federalism

The modern World Federal Government movement began with the Montreux Declaration in 1947. Since then, 76 years have passed with limited material progress. Some argue that the movement has lost momentum, lacking prominent supporters like Albert Einstein or Mahatma Gandhi. Ironically, 76 years of peace and stability have reduced the perceived need for world government. If humanity can maintain peace without it, why do we need it?

The movement's stagnant progress can be attributed to historically limited support from one segment of society: liberals. To propel our efforts to the next level, we must expand our support base from the left to the center and even the right of the political spectrum.

Including conservatives in our movement enhances its diversity. Communities with a single political belief tend to become homogeneous and risk becoming echo chambers. Engaging in dialogue with different ideas makes our community stronger and more enlightening. Whether it's about global corporate tax, land tax, or other funding mechanisms for the future World Government, diversity of thought is crucial.

The debate on World Government is polarized, like many political issues. Some incorrectly view World Federal Government as a tool of the left to enforce liberal ideology. The right often doesn't explore how global government could serve their political goals. However, the Federal Government is neither a friend nor an enemy of any political ideology. It's a mechanism to make decisions and implement policies globally. People of all political persuasions should join the movement to realize their political goals.

3)Limiting the power and privileges of the Big Five

Creating a World Government with equal power among all nations means some countries lose privileges, particularly the Big Five: the US, UK, France, Russia, and China. These nations wield power over all others, but under a World Government, they would be equal to the rest of the world. Given their reluctance to give up veto privileges in the UNSC, they'll resist forming a World Federal Government.

To persuade them to relinquish these privileges, we must create situations where exercising the privilege damages their credibility. We should criticize them every time they veto in the UNSC, highlighting how this goes against the principles of democracy. Veto power enforces the will of the privileged over ordinary people and contradicts the will of humanity. These actions make them enemies of democracy.

Social media is our primary tool. We should post and share our concerns about some nations having too much privilege. Engaging with mass media to illuminate the irrationality of granting some nations power over others is essential.

4)Anti-world federalism is global anarchism

The opposite of global government is not nationalism but global anarchism. Denying the need for a world government aligns with global anarchism. If someone believes that national issues should be managed by village communities, they're essentially rejecting national government authority. Such individuals, by extension, deny the need for government - a characteristic of anarchism. The same reasoning applies at the global level. If someone denies the necessity of a World Government, they can be considered global anarchists.

Global anarchism is what humanity practices now. We attempt to address global issues solely through voluntary cooperation among national governments just like any village communities do, without clear rules or enforcement, and this approach is ineffective. Internal and international conflicts persist, claiming thousands of lives, and humanity continues to emit greenhouse gases unabated. These are the unfortunate outcomes of global anarchism. It's crucial to explain that the lack of a political mechanism is the root cause of some global problems. To solve these problems, we need a World Government.


All the essential information you need before embarking on this journey with us.

Do you have any affiliations with the UN or other governments?

No, we don't. FGW operates independently and isn't affiliated with any government or organization.

Wouldn't UN membership result in double-counting citizenship, given individuals are also represented by national governments?

Indeed, it would. Therefore, it's likely we wouldn't cast votes within the UN or similar organizations. While the UN is a collective of national governments and we're distinct from that, we still aim to collaborate, recognizing the UN's critical role in fostering global unity.

Do you foresee having your own military forces?

While we do see the potential for our own defense capabilities, we acknowledge that it will take time to establish. Until then, our law enforcement responsibilities will align with existing national governments, akin to the UN's current system. We'll work in collaboration with national governments to uphold law and order, leveraging their police and military functions.

How can I contribute to FGW's mission?

One of the most effective ways you can help at this stage is by sharing FGW's vision with your family and friends. Spreading awareness about our global mission is critical to our growth and success.

Is another layer of bureaucracy needed in the form of the Federal Government of the World?

We advocate for the establishment of the Federal Government of the World with clear boundaries. FGW's mandate would solely focus on pressing global issues like Environmental Protection and Global Security. Other local or national issues would remain under the jurisdiction of respective local or national governments. This approach ensures that FGW's bureaucratic scope remains precise and purposeful.

How significant is the concept of human identity in FGW's framework?

Human identity forms the foundational ethos of FGW. While not a prerequisite to champion global federalism, many of us deeply connect with this idea. It fosters a shared sense of destiny and galvanizes cooperation. It acts as the unifying bond and propelling force driving our collective movement forward.

How can you label your organization as a government when you lack the standard legitimacy?

Indeed, our legitimacy as a governing body is currently not at par with conventional expectations. However, the same can be said for various international organizations. Both the US and Russia aren't members of the ICC, and the UN Security Council's decisions are often swayed by veto-privileged nations. The absence of global governance breeds anarchy. If we await full legitimacy before acting, we're merely perpetuating the disarray resulting from the lack of world governance. Rather than delay, we've chosen to initiate the creation of a World Government to lessen the harm of global anarchy.

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