Mark Zuckerberg wants to make sure we all become world citizens:
We all get meaning from our communities. Whether they’re churches, sports teams, or neighborhood groups, they give us the strength to expand our horizons and care about broader issues. Studies have proven the more connected we are, the happier we feel and the healthier we are. People who go to church are more likely to volunteer and give to charity — not just because they’re religious, but because they’re part of a community.
That’s why it’s so striking that for decades, membership in all kinds of groups has declined as much as one-quarter. That’s a lot of of people who now need to find a sense of purpose and support somewhere else.
This is our challenge. We have to build a world where everyone has a sense of purpose and community. That’s how we’ll bring the world closer together. We have to build a world where we care about a person in India or China or Nigeria or Mexico as much as a person here.
The idea of globalism is to destroy civic friendship and community, despite their claims that community will be saved. Their idea of community is no community at all. It is in fact, impossible to have a c community where people do not share some sense of togetherness.
The Idea of America does this in the political sense. But Zuckerberg wants to destroy that which gave him his vast wealth.