The book brings a dissident criticism of national communities based on any of the three aforementioned ideologies, of the EU and globalised economy.
But the book contains much more than criticism. It delivers a decription of a fourth ideology - Rights-and-Democracy - with guidelines communities could be structured so that extreme inequality is avoided.
Right-and-Democracy is based on the principles of equal right to the economic values created by the joint effort of a developing society. It builds on humane compassion across borders, and the fight against inequality, that is so deeply embedded in the other three ideologies.
Focus is on the two corner issues of any community - the socio-economic aspects and democracy in a far more stingent version than what is seen at present.
It describes a model for international cooperation, called the inter-parliamentary alliance model, and how this model can be used as a template for creating a european cooperation with far more popular accept, than the present EU. It also gives a description of how the present monetary system of the EU is destroying the socio-economic fabric of Europe, and how to solve those issues.
It also describes the ineffective form of solving conflicts, and how this and the neo-liberal globalism is destroying the socio-economic fabric of the world. Solutions to these problems are also described, so that hunger, extreme poverty and displacement of huge numbers of refugees can be avoided.
The subtitle of the book is "We should all dwell on diversity". Diversity is of vital significance in nature. But it is just as vital for communities, politically, economically and ethnically, especially when these communities must coexist in a globalised world. Diversity should be the pillar of both politics and economics.