There Are No Borders in the Global Village

The Industrial Park was surrounded by walls and fences. Entry Gates were controlled by receptionists, guards, or a combination of both. Passports, badges, Visas, or Photo IDs were the entry keys. If you tried to enter by any other means, you were trespassing.

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Every property owner in the Industrial Park had the right to restrict entry in any manner that was not otherwise prohibited by law. Part of this right included being able to use the property exclusively and preventing other people from entering the property without permission.

The Global Village has none of these entry barriers. Highways, Rail Lines, and Passenger Ships have been replaced by a World Wide Web capable of gaining instantaneous entry to an address anywhere in the Global Village at any time of the day or night. Since the World Wide Web is not owned by anyone, exclusive use is not supported by laws. Entry is at the discretion of the entrant; exclusion is at the discretion of the address holder. With few exceptions, residents of the Global Village are free to conduct their daily affairs without regulation, or rules of conduct imposed by Government bodies.

The term illegal alien is meaningless in the Global Village. All residents are freeholders of their own address. There are no borders or barriers to entry.

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J J Zavada

Global Village Observer: I journal the disruption of socio-economic systems caused by our transition from the Industrial Park to the Global Village .