The Fall of The West
By: Nicholas Hagger - O-Books, $23.95
Description: The Fall of the West: The Story behind Covid, the Leveling-Down of the West and the Shift of Power to the East with the Rise of China details the origin of Covid in gain-of-function lab research that began in the US and continued in China, and its leveling-down of the West into a coming Syndicate-led, reset world government.
Verdict: In The Syndicate (2004), Nicholas Hagger described how in the 20th century a Syndicate of élitist mega-rich families leveled down the leading Western countries by promoting revolutions, wars and independence movements against their empires, and planned a New World Order and world government that would control the earth’s resources for their own benefit.
In The Secret History of the West (2005) he traced the Syndicate’s roots back to secret Freemasonic organizations and revolutions that undermined the West from the Renaissance to the early 20th century.
In his brand new book, The Fall of the West (2022), the third book in his trilogy on the West, Hagger updates the story to include the pandemic and describes how Syndicate-driven 21st-century events from the War on Terror to Covid have brought the Western financial system to the brink of collapse and shifted power from the West to the East, and China.
In this first impartial attempt to assemble all the evidence to date for the origin of Covid (like fitting together available pieces of a jigsaw to reveal the main picture), Hagger, the first to discover the Cultural Revolution in China in March 1966, finds that the three main features of Covid-19 were man-made by American NIAID-funded medics in 2002 and patented 73 times since 2008, and seem to have been surreptitiously used as a bio-weapon in a Syndicate plan to limit the rise of China and its expanding trade.
A dangerous new Biological Age has been born, and the West faces being leveled down and a sudden fall. Hagger sees the post-Covid West’s dream of creating a good New World Order - a vaccine-protected democratic, presidential, part-federal world government and World State with sufficient authority to abolish war and solve the world’s post-Covid problems - as being challenged by the self-interested Syndicate’s leveling-down; and to survive, it first has to go along with the Syndicate’s plan for West and East to draw together into an authoritarian world government involving China, and democratize later.
In what is a massively thought-provoking work of prose, all coming finely layered with a rather prophetic vision of the future, Nicholas Hagger’s trilogy-ending The Fall of the West: The Story behind Covid, the Leveling-Down of the West and the Shift of Power to the East with the Rise of China is as well researched and as impeccably documented as you would ever imagine from the great man.
Hagger - who is a poet, man of letters, cultural historian and philosopher, and who has lectured in English Literature at the University of Baghdad in Iraq and the University of Libya, and was a Professor of English Literature at Tokyo University of Education, Keio University and Tokyo University in Japan, and who has studied Islamic and Oriental philosophy, and led a group of Universalist philosopher - has sculptured this new book as a timely warning to The West, and one that at no time shirks away from both the anger he feels toward China, but the fear he genuinely feels for all of its allies.
In closing, the book is, of course, extensively informed throughout by Hagger’s still salient, and comprehensive historical and political knowledge along with his expertly crafted understanding of the working, fluid dynamics of the rise and subsequent decline of civilization, as a whole.
About the Author - Nicholas Hagger is the author of more than 50 books that include a substantial literary output and innovatory works within history, philosophy, literature and international politics and statecraft.
As a man of letters he has written over 2,000 poems, two poetic epics, five verse plays, 1,200 short stories, two travelogues and three masques. In 2016 he was awarded the Gusi Peace Prize for Literature, and in 2019 the BRICS silver medal for Vision for Future. He lives in Essex, UK.
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