I don't see how it can't lead to that. Even in oneness, on earth, individuality rules. Even in a totalitarian state, an individual can keep her dreams intact. Even in isolation, one still, if one can, keep one's sanity. The world of the imagination is infinite. It can be infinite boredom or infinite play. It is up to each of us.
Let's just think about free individuals the world over. Individuality and the needs of the individual are the given. I need this, I need that. So, we come up to the other, the Thou. Who is it? Is it a friend or an enemy? Is it another mouth to feed, another resource user, like me? Yes. Uh, oh. If I don't have, then I certainly won't let Thou have what scraps I can get. On and on it goes. Where it stops, oneness knows.
The doctrine/theory/belief in the I as Thou is at the core of all true religion, sensible or not. We can rationalize all we want that it is all perfect somehow in the big picture, but the fact that others think they are separate from everything and, thus, in competition for resources is the reason why there are wars big and wars little.
There are enough resources to feed everyone. We know this. We rationalize that there are cultures and societies who have to be where they are on the socio-economic latter because of their fate/karma/god's will/you name it, but the truth is we are all just not spiritually mature enough to just let all the doubt in each other go; not able to see that I am you and you are me.
We don't want to be that giving, that close to each other. We aren't able to go a mile let alone twain. I don't want to be like you! Yuck! I'm special. I've got specialness. You are lower than the animals, etc.
There is One Being in a very wide variety of forms, I ain't special, I'm just another part of You.