Western civilization is thoroughly battered in Europe, and America is on course for the same fate unless it once again embraces the ideas that made it strong and resists the tide of progressive momentum that seeks to destroy it, according to Sovereign Nations founder and editor in chief Michael O’Fallon.

Sovereign Nations is hosting a three-day conference in the nation’s capital next week designed to highlight the threats to the founding principles and how to thwart them. The conference will be held at the Trump International Hotel from Oct. 30-Nov. 1.

O’Fallon told WND and Radio America that he started Sovereign Nations as he watched America turn against the very things that made it strong.

“I imagine most [people] have noticed that there are things around them, especially in the last eight to 10 years, that just don’t make sense. What was once heresy is now law and what was once law is now heresy.

“When we take a look at things that were accepted in the United States, the things that held us together, the glue that really kept our civilization together, those things are now being turned and looked at as if they are things and signs of oppression,” O’Fallon said.

And what are some of those things?

“The way we raise our children, the basis of America in self-government in the family, those things are now looked upon as being controlling, oppressive, not the way that people can truly have freedom, things that need to be thought through and possibly done away with,” he said. “So everything that really keeps our society together as we know it is quickly being extinguished.”

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O’Fallon said this is all a result of a carefully planned onslaught from the intellectual left.

“That cause of things we believe to be rooted in what is known as progressivism that is backed by Open Society Foundations – more commonly known is the name of George Soros, which keeps coming up again and again. Certainly, he would be at the source of that,” O’Fallon said.

But how? How can someone like leftist billionaire George Soros and his allies really implement so much change?

O’Fallon said the first powerful tool is what Soros calls the theory of reflexivity.

“It’s creating an atmosphere of transmission and acceptance of either true or false statements in order to fulfill a manipulative function,” said O’Fallon, who explained that the tactic morphs into what are known as “fertile fallacies.”

“We know a fallacy is something that’s not true, but it’s fertile in that maybe it’s not true but it’s got legs. It’s a great story. It’s going to go someplace,” he said.

He said the cumulative impact of this strategy on multiple economic, cultural and international fronts is aimed toward the ultimate goal of undermining the philosophical foundations of the United States.

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Desmond Berg
Editor