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By Hanne Nabintu Herland

Decline"The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire" by Edward Gibbon is an epic masterpiece that tells the story of how empires end. It is a six-volume comprehensive outlook on the last days of the Roman Empire, published between 1776 and 1789, right at the time of the founding days of the United States. Gibbon studied how a decline in civic virtues, stern morality and discipline ended up causing disorder, injustice and the end of the empire.

Corruption became the norm, the incorruptible destroyed, the liar prevailed, those who pushed for traditional virtues became the enemy of state. When cheating and cunning power plays that destroy justice becomes socially acceptable among the elites, their example carry precedence further down the ranks. As the population watches how the liar is honored as a hero, they all begin to follow the same path.

"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere," said the martyred Christian preacher and not so popular anymore Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. He is no longer an icon in today's Marxist movements such as Black Lives Matter. "As long as mankind shall continue to bestow more liberal applause on their destroyers than on their benefactors, the thirst of military glory will ever be the vice of the most exalted characters," writes Gibbon, and today we see the very same problem.

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As the American election is melting down in allegations of voter fraud, lies and cheating, upcoming lawsuits, a public out of touch with its media, the last days of Rome comes to mind. As lack of justice and order, violence, street wars and drugs prevail, the United States looks more like a mafia system that makes the 1930s Chicago mobsters seem like children at play. We are watching yet another republic fall apart from lack of upholding its historic and traditional virtues.

Or will the current political upheaval finally produce the draining of the Washington swamp of corruption, collusion and unfair power play? Are too many aware of the corruption now for this to quiet down? Will the end result be a more honest America that returns to its former greatness?

Hanne Herland's latest book, "Trump: The Battle for America," cuts through the media fog and explains why the globalists are so intent to get rid of the president.

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