We are advancing globalization in learning another language. We are advancing globalization in selling our products overseas. Nostalgists wish to keep thing as they are. They are fearful of the change that is coming.
The change that is coming is the gradual transition into a global society, none of which is possible, none of which the masses will support, without first understanding the importance of a globalized culture. Thus, there is no specialty in speaking, no preference in referring to the globalization of Americana.
Were I to live in India, I would be writing about the globalization of Indian culture, or in Australia, the globalization of Australian culture. However, I live in the United States of American and so I choose to write about that which I know, namely, the globalization of Americana.
My role in this discussion is to suggest the most ethical and least violent means of achieving these ends. Globalization is not a force driven by any human being or group of puppet masters, despite what all the conspiracy theorists may suggest. Globalization is driven by our biology, our psychology, and our sociology. We are social beings and when robbed of our socialization we become feral.
Globalization will occur at all costs, which is not an indictment of any person or any group of people. It is a fact of our psychosocial makeup. It will occur despite those that will invariably tend to oppose it. And where there is opposition there is violence. And where there is violence there is death.
My role in all of this is to limit the spread of violence, limit the spread of evil by accepting globalization as an already manifest fact of our existence. Thus, I have the very difficult task of supporting globalization, on the one hand, while also supporting global peace, on the other. In the subsequent sections I will discuss the concept of global peace.