In my studies of world history,
There has rarely been a time in human history when one group did not rule the known world. This Utopian fantasy of one just world government can just never be. The more centralized and totalitarian the huge government, the more certainty of abuse and tyranny there will be.
The Founding Fathers all knew at the Constitutional Convention in 1787 in Philadelphia, that Democracy was a dirty word in a large country, and that it could only thrive and not be corrupted in small local applications, such as was evident in small Greek City States or Small Swiss Cantons.
The EU, the one world government UN, the unseen boardroom of SPECTER (Jame Bond's "Dr. No") in which the forces of globalization and war and terrorism disrupt everyones lives into living hells, never work out.
The only hope for the world is 1776 local democracy (before the 1787 coup by the elites against citizen rights, which failed since the Anti-Federalists wouldn't keep their TPP secret, and leaked their nefarious plan of an authoritarian government to the press.)
The United States did NOT create poverty in South America. The Remnants of the Holy Roman Empire, reincarnated through the Spanish Empire, did that. The Poorest countries in South America and even Asia are still the Catholic Countries, which the USA had nothing to do with and did not inherit until the 1898 Spanish-American war.
Almost all Catholic countries in the world are poor. The US was predominately Protestant and fought against "Popery" in colonial documentation, the idea that a prince should sit on a golden throne in Rome. This was a major theme in the American Revolution, especially with it's catalyst: the Reverend Samuel Adams.
Lastly, Mike Pompeo is BUSH family, since I'm sure none of you know that Mercer family is the Bush family. So world power is never surrendered lightly.