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Daron Acemoglu: Why Nations Fail

from ChrisMartensondotcom:

Why do some nations rise while others wither? Why have some of the world’s largest empires eventually crumbled? What are the ‘best practices’ that a modern nation should follow if it desires sustainable prosperity for its citizenry?

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1 comment to Daron Acemoglu: Why Nations Fail

  • anon

    Just take a quick look at the goals of the Western “el-ites”:

    “’From its inception, the alliance of the Illuminati (by Jesuit-trained A. Weishaupt, May 1, 1776) and the Freemasons had a clearly defined program: (1) abolition of all ordered government; (2) abolition of private property; (3) abolition of inheritance; (4) abolition of patriotism (5) abolition of all religions; (6) abolition of family, morality, and control of education of children; (7) creation of a world government.’ From THE CURSE OF CANAAN, by Eustace Mullins, pg. 64. NOTE: To which I would add, (8) War, & profits from war, and (9) Global depopulation – INCLUDING IN THE UNITED STATES.”

    (Source: X22 Report: Central Bankers Can’t Stop The Economic Collapse Instead They Will Cover It Up (READ THE COMMENTS SECTION!)

    What are the factors that made the United States of America, the greatest nation in recorded History? 1) The Declaration of Independence, 2) The Constitution of the United States, 3) The BILL OF RIGHTS, 4) The RULE OF LAW, 5) PRIVATELY-OWNED PROPERTY & INHERITANCE, 6) PRIVATE & PUBLIC MORALITY & RESPONSIBILITY, 7) STRONG FAMILIES, 8) SCIENCE, INDUSTRY, LIBERTY, HARD-WORK, PROSPERITY, THE TRIVIUM & KNOWLEDGE!, 9) The ability of the PEOPLE (the Government), to print its own (CONSTITUTIONAL) ‘scrip’ (currency), interest-free, to pay its own debts! Just take all of the “el-ites” goals, and turn them upside down, and you have what made America great, in the first place!

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