Typical speedreader. Pre-timeskip One Piece concluded with Luffy and his crew declaring war on the World Government and the Marines killing his brother in front of him and nearly killing him. They seemed to be the bad guys.
But then, post time-skip One Piece:>Fishman Island
The entire arc is about Luffy stopping a revolution so that the royalty can fulfill their dream of selling out the country to the WG who wronged them, and then the royalty proceeds to do exactly that even as their Princess gets publicly molested as we all knew would happen>Punk Hazard
Finally establishes that Luffy is just another rogue Marine in principle as all all his allies are now similarly rebellious employees of the WG>Dressrosa
While it's fair that he overthrew Doflamingo, and that isn't different from Alabasta, the difference here is he did it as a tool of the government. Whereas before his actions would have exposed them, here was openly used by an Admiral to reform the WG, removing one of the most corrupt things about the WG previously.>Reverie
This arc very explicitly showed Oda's plans for the WG, we have now fully confirmed that all those royals Luffy helped in the past are going to reform the WG and make them the good guys rather than Dragon successfully overthrowing them. We see they openly collaborate with Shanks who obviously can't be evil and Luffy now openly has many powerful allies in the Marines and WG and the only reason the WG is even seen as maybe bad is because of some random guy at the top rather than the organization as a whole being a bad idea. This has fundamentally changed the entire dynamic of the manga from a grey area to a black and white one where the WG will be the good guys at the end because Luffy reformed them.>Wano
Well, the whole premise of this arc is globalist garbage. You can bet they'll be joining the WG at the end. Elbaf will be exactly the same too. Luffy's getting these rogue states under control so the WG can reap the rewards.