The Engines of the Broken World

    The Opening

    Since the idea of using a classical text to illuminate the contemporary crisis derives from Machiavelli’s decision to write using the History of Rome by Titus Livy, it seemed he was a fitting point of departure.
    He did so because he observed that

    ‘in constituting republics, in maintaining states, in governing kingdoms, in forming an army or conducting a war, in dealing with subjects, in extending the empire, one finds neither prince nor republic who repairs to antiquity for examples.’

    Beginning with Rome’s origin he observes that all cities are built

    ‘either by natives of the place in which they are built or by people from elsewhere.’

    The second case occurs when people

    ‘are driven by pestilence or famine or war to abandon the land of their birth and to look for new habitations.’

    The twentieth century was marked by two cataclysmic events. Firstly came the mass genocide in Europe of a race, initiated by Germany, and a class, initiated by Russia. Secondly came the mass influx of disinherited masses into Europe. The Turks came to Germany following the dismemberment of the Osmanli Dawlet. The Berbers came from North Africa following the collapse of the French colonial empire. The Indians came from the violent dismemberment of Empire which tore the sub-continent into Pakistan, India and Bangladesh.
    As the exhausted people of Europe, utterly betrayed by its political class, watch in fear as the European entity fragments, having been stitched together merely by a common currency without intrinsic value, it becomes daily more clear that renewal can only come from the great mass of displaced people whose binding factor is neither race nor coinage, but religion.
    This work should prove relevant to the new Europeans. It may also benefit the great gene-pool of humanity in the ‘-stans: Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan and the Uighurs. If it reaches the Chinese it may be part of the rescue needed to raise them from their present devolved state, for the purport of this work is to tell them that if they live under a system which like ours has separated terminology and definition from natural reality, their fate is collective madness.

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