If you listen closely to the speeches and discussions of world leaders and global policymakers in today’s news and social media, you will hear a term repeated by folks such as Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Rex Tillerson and the venerable shadowy puppet master George Soros.

The term might have slipped by you as it sounds rather friendly and innocuous: “Open Society’

When this term is normally used, you will hear it used by progressive politicians while bemoaning of the election results in Italy, Austria, the United States and the British Brexit as threats to Open Society and the terrible rise of nationalism and populism.

Maybe you have heard these things and have felt a bit confused as to why preserving one’s nation and culture would be a bad thing?

Let us together examine some basics in regards to Open Societies, where the concept came from and who is currently making the big push for a borderless non-constitutional government, without fully informing their citizenry on of their intentions in the United States and Europe.

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Michael O'Fallon
Michael O’Fallon is the Founder of Sovereign Nations, a media site dedicated to the preservation of national sovereignty.

One Comment to: A Brief History Of The Open Society | The Causes Of Things Ep. 4

  1. June 16th, 2018

    Thanks for the great presentation. Any way you can post the written version on your site?

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