The Collapse of the Roman v/s the American Empire: A comparative Analysis

I have often wondered what Roman citizens thought as they watched the Roman Empire fall apart culturally, politically, morally, and militarily.  Cicero, quaestor, praetor and Counsel of Rome, tried to save the Roman Republic.  For his efforts he was chased down and murdered.  As Cicero was, perhaps, the most famous Roman, his murder stopped efforts to prevent Rome’s descent into tyranny.

The same thing is happening today to those who attempt to arouse us to our danger.  Julian Assange, for example, has been imprisoned contrary to every known US and UK law for a decade without conviction for simply doing his duty as a journalist and reporting the crimes of our rulers, the crimes of the corrupt vermin we continue to return to office and power over us.  No one has done anything about it, not even his fellow journalists.

When truth is punished, a country dies.

Rome survived for centuries after its essence had departed, because her enemies were weak in comparison.  Rome destroyed itself.  As many or more Romans died in civil wars fighting one another than died repelling barbarian invasions, Roman military might ended in self-destruction.

The enemies Washington has created for America are not weak. Russia alone, China alone, perhaps even Iran alone, is a match or more for America.  The three together constitute a vast over-match of US military capability.  Yet Washington continues to increase hostilities with these countries. The mindlessness of our government is stupidity beyond belief.

Once the luminary Biden regime’s economic sanctions and the US loss of the reserve currency role finish off the US dollar, America is finished. We will be a third world country, and the rest of the world will punish us for the sins of our government.

At the end of the day, banks must be restrained, and the financial system totally reformed, with balance restored to the economy, before there can be any sustained growth and recovery and a turnaround of our economy. If the suffering becomes great enough, change will inevitably come, but it may not be orderly or as controllable as the moneyed interests often like to think.

The key question becomes: Who in the current US government has the guts to make this happen? So far no one…. So don’t expect any real change from the state of misery we are all in.

Try to tell this to any American.


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