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- Traditional nationalism cannot survive the fissioning of the atom. One world or none.
- Stuart Chase, quoted in Pennsylvania Technology, Vol. 1, No. 3, 1990, p. 11
- If you think in terms of people divided up into countries, you won't follow me. The idea of countries is going by the boards. Young people are getting wonderfully uprooted and they're too strong to get sucked into this 'country' crap.
- Consider the death of Princess Diana. This accident involved an English citizen, with an Egyptian boyfriend, crashed in a French tunnel, driving a German car with a Dutch engine, driven by a Belgian, who was drunk on Scotch whiskey, followed closely by Italian paparazzi, on Japanese motorcycles, and finally treated with Brazilian medicines by an American doctor. In this case, even leaving aside the fame of the victims, a mere neighborhood canvass would hardly have completed the forensic picture, as it might have a generation before.
- If America likes it, then eventually it will be gone.
- Yao Changke 
- Is that never before in the history of the world have so many people been able to learn about so many other people’s lives, products and ideas.
- Today, no country can ever truly cut itself off from the global media.
- Globalization was exerting a dis-inflationary impact.
- 'Globalization' is a horrible term, in the sense that it encompasses all kinds of things; it's used very widely and vaguely.
- Projects to stop the spread of AIDS have tried to establish protective boundaries … by requiring HIV tests in order to cross national boundaries. The boundaries of nation-states, however, are increasingly permeable by all kinds of flows. Nothing can bring back the hygienic shields of colonial boundaries. The age of globalization is the age of universal contagion.
- Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri, Empire, p. 136.
- Simplifying a great deal, one could argue that postmodernist discourses appeal primarily to the winners in the processes of globalization and fundamentalist discourses to the losers.
- Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri, Empire, p. 150.
- Globalization must be met with a counter-globalization, Empire with a counter-Empire.
- Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri, Empire, p. 207.
- Let's discuss the world. To answer the question, "is globalisation possible without God", the simple answer is "yes". Globalisation is after all itself a code word, a mask, for not using the C-word, capitalism. Globalisation is basically the latest phase of expanding capitalism. This not something which is neutral, this is a capitalism that has its rules: it has its economic rules, it has its political rules, it has its cultural rules and it has its military rules. It is a system. At the heart of this system is the United States of America, the world's only existing empire today. The first time in the history of humanity that you have just had a single empire, so dominant, whose military budget is higher than the military budgets of the next 15 countries put together, and whose military-industrial complex itself is the eleventh largest economic entity in the world. This is the reality we live in, and this is the reality which confronts us in different ways.
- We, the people of the Earth, are one large family. The new epoch offers new challenges and new global problems, such as environmental catastrophes, exhaustion of resources, bloody conflicts and poverty.
- [Globalization] has enriched the world scientifically and culturally and benefited many people economically as well.
- Globalizing a bad thing makes it worse. But globalizing a good thing is usually good.
- Terence McKenna, In the Valley of Novelty
- Terence McKenna, Light of the Third Millenium Chicago, 1996, 50m09s