Porkies used all methods they have to divide the workers. Be it religion, race, gender, nation, culture. But one of the most powerful methods used to divide the workers of the world today is national borders and nations' sovereignty. Workers and their struggle is limited within the nation they are in. There is no feasible way workers from one nation can help workers in another nation without justifying imperialism.
Let me give an example. Suppose there was an actual revolution in Syria (it failed as foreign nations got involved and it was exposed as US-lead coup attempt) against Assad. Workers from my country and other countries shouldn't call their governments to intervene in any way (IE. Supporting the "revolutionaries
" looking at you SDF
). They should totally be against that. As this "revolution
" eventually would become another imperialist invasion against even the people who wanted the revolution.
Nations serve as a chain for workers. They can't help their comrades abroad without calling the porkies of their nations to fund a group and do it for them. Perhaps they can individually join their comrades, but even then this volunteering
can be used against the working class (see mercenaries).
I'm not sure how a one world government would differ in this case, but I don't think proposing it now would benefit the workers in the slightest.