A Grim Little Insight from History — Lee Duigon

Consider this quote by Edward Gibbon, from The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Chapter XV: “The incapacity of a weak and distracted government may often assume the appearance and produce the effects of a treasonable correspondence with the public enemy.” Which, I think, explains why we are so often moved to ask, concerning […]

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Scary.

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One thought on “A Grim Little Insight from History — Lee Duigon

  1. Clearly, this is an example of why studying history is so important. I also explains why obstructing the naming what is actually happening and rewriting history is so important .

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