The recognition of the role of conspiracies in the destruction of every formerly free republic of history is nothing new to readers of The New American.
For decades, The New American and its predecessor magazines One Man's Opinion, American Opinion, and The Review of the News have exposed the various multinational organizations whose agenda is the eradication of liberty and the establishment of a global government.
French philosopher Charles Pinot Duclos wrote of the role of conspiracies in history:
We see on the theater of the world a certain number of scenes which succeed each other in endless repetition: where we see the same faults followed regularly by the same misfortunes, we may reasonably think that if we could have known the first we might have avoided the others. The past should enlighten us on the future: knowledge of history is no more than an anticipated experience.
Duclos rightly asserts that one’s familiarity of history should train one to recognize patterns, one of the most persistent patterns — apparently visible to 28 percent of respondents in the PPP survey — is that the great republics and empires of history have nearly all been brought to ruin by the hidden machinations of conspiring men, powerful men clothed in the unassailable robes of populists.
Here’s a quick summary of several of the more interesting results of the poll:
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