Hear me out here. This post is about which organization makes for a good global forum for national governments to consult with each other in.
As I have repetitively said before, I am a Classical Liberal [so basically a Libertarian] who believes in Democratic Peace Thesis and Free Trading Capitalism.
DPT popularizer Rudolph J Rummel believed there should be a multinational, multicultural alliance of only Democracies.
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is the ideal multicultural forum for such purposes.
The kind of Classical Liberal I am states the following for foreign policy focus:
- A policy of relying mainly on Free Trade and Diplomacy to promote Liberal Democracy and Pure Capitalism and to oppose Dictatorship
Neolibertarians like me can very easily look up to the OECD as a morally good version of the United Nations, who loses its legitimacy to its inclusion of every Authoritarian Tyranny on Earth as members. Plus evidence indicates that the UN listens far more often to tyrannies than to Democracies.
OECD, on the other hand…
…is about nothing but Liberal-Democratic Peace and Market-Economy Prosperity.
The member states of OECD are:
- New Zealand
- South Korea
- Czech Republic
These memberships make OECD the right forum to look to for multinational arrangements because they focus mainly on Economic victories against tyranny, as opposed to military victory like say NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) focuses upon. All 34 of these countries are either Full or Flawed Democracies. Almost all are Free countries and those that aren’t are an Electorally Democratic sort of “Partly Free”, as of Freedom in the World Report.
If anyone living in the Sahara’s latest liberal democracy, Tunisia, is reading this [and please let it sink in]: get your country to join OECD, please and thank you. Your economics will benefit greatly from what you can learn from the OECD principles and meetings.
The only other problem I can see with OECD is that Taiwan is also not a member. Let us give Taiwan major input in this multinational.
To conclude, let me let people know that OECD recognizes countries’ governments for how they treat people while the UN does not. This is why the OECD has moral authority for the globe while UN does not. Thank you for learning about OECD today,