The Rise and Fall of Empires
For example, the Roman Empire lasted 500 years. Today, we only have stones as a testament to their once-mighty civilization. The passive monarchs of Europe are but a faint reminder of who once ruled the known world.
The Jews of Israel
Since the age of antiquity, the Jewish nation remained intact—efforts to rebuild the third temple, a symbol of the Davidic dynasty, coming to fruition. The House of David survived and even resurrected the dead Hebrew language.
Six periods of an empire until it declines
Age of Pioneers
Age of Conquest
Age of Commerce
Age of Affluence
Age of Intellectualism
Age of Decadence
The United States becoming a far-left liberal nation and erasing its Judeo-Christian past signals decline
The United States’ “empire” is near 250 years old. It doesn’t mean it will cease to exist, but its influence as a world power may soon flicker and die.
America today is inarguably decadent, church attendance is declining.
America’s decadence and moral decline
According to American political activist Noam Chomsky, America’s decline started shortly after World War II. Although the US is dubbed as “world power,” with a national debt of $27 trillion, it’s technically a poor country.
Denying America’s spiritual roots
We’ve seen this as democrat leaders remove prayers while allowing Satanists to march in their capital. Demonic influences on Hollywood and young people are heavily influenced by “satanic music.” Identity politics has replaced spiritual values.
The success of a nation lies in avoiding decadence, to which the Roman Empire, Russian and Chinese monarchy failed miserably. In contrast, Jews and Japanese theocracy enabled their identity to survive.
Immigration policy and the border wall
Contentious between Republicans and Democrats is the border wall. With Trump gone, the new Biden administration is poised to grant citizenship to at least 11 Million undocumented migrants and stop expanding the wall, LA Times reports.
The Chinese influence in economics and politics
Chinese tycoons are buying businesses in America and dominating the global supply chain. With that clout, China can influence US politics and economy to favor its own.
China can influence US politics and economy to favor its own.
The “great reset”
For decades, progressives-liberals push climate change to justify liberal policy changes. Their latest attempt, the “Great Reset,” is the most ambitious and radical plan the world has seen in a generation, The Hill reported.