Over the last few years, a large number of people have woke up to the reality of a long-standing agenda to destroy sovereign nation states from without and within with a special focus on the US republic. But why and how did this long-term conspiracy begin and what was it about the events of 1776 that petrified the system of oligarchism so profoundly?
In this Rising Tide Foundation lecture, historian Sam Labrier introduces the international geopolitical environment during a time of global upheaval in the early 17th century as platonic humanists in Europe sought more fertile soil far removed from the corruption of the old world wherein a new type of society could be founded upon republican principles of natural law, freedom and progress.
Questions tackled by the lecturer include:
Who was John Winthrop and how did his idea of political economy and public credit transform the new Massachusetts Bay Colony into a productive powerhouse?
Which republican networks in Europe aided the Winthrops, Mathers’ and other republican leaders between 1630-1720?
How were Winthrop’s efforts periodically sabotaged from London and how did he set into motion a positive conspiracy that led into the formation of the American Revolution 140 years later?
How can we learn to navigate through the storms of our modern age by thinking like these great statesmen of the past whos accomplishments have be so sorely scrubbed out of modern history books?