All posts in " Ancient Rome "

The Goths – Ancient Rome’s Migrant Crisis

January 26, 2024

The globalists refuse to declare the migrant crisis an “invasion,” but we have history’s guidance to show us what happens when an unsustainable number of people enter a nation. The Goths, a non-military group considered migrants, are a perfect example. These men, women, and children sought refuge within the Roman Empire. This was not an […]

US Government Gets a Raise by Executive Order

December 28, 2023

President Biden has signed an executive order to implement a 5.2% pay raise for civilian federal workers in 2024, which is the largest pay increase for the federal workforce in over 40 years. This raise includes a 4.7% across-the-board boost to basic pay and an average 0.5% increase in locality pay. Military service personnel are […]

State Wealth Migration

November 15, 2023

In 2019, New York hosted 72 billionaires. That figure has declined to 62 in 2023, with smart money fleeing the state due to high taxes and crime. The state of New York depends on the top 1% of earners to pay 42% of its tax burden. New York is already operating in a deficit and […]

Documenting History with Coins

September 12, 2023

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, Your writings on Rome and the parallels are astounding because, as you say, human nature never changes. I took my family to Rome for a vacation thanks to you. We went into the Roman Forum, and that was impressive. Are the monuments there in the forum documented by the coinage? Thank you […]

Vespasian: “I Think I’m Becoming a God”

October 15, 2019

QUESTION: Greetings Mr. Armstrong, Do we know if Vespasian meant his last words as ironic or literally? It seems that a man of his history meant it ironically. That he was mocking the Roman idea of the emperors that they would become a god after their death. Thanks, A ANSWER: Vespasian was known for his […]

The Surrender of Liberty in the Name of Security

September 2, 2019

QUESTION: It seems that as we get closer to a change-over of economic systems that as a society we are more willing to give up our rights to the State. Is that part of a pattern during these types of events? Was it seen as Britain, Rome, and other countries lost power after their peaks? […]

Which Roman Emperor was Really “the Great”

June 6, 2019

QUESTION: Why Constantine the Great? Mr Armstrong, Of the 170 or so Roman emperors from 27BC to 476AD only one carries the title “the Great” and that is Constantine(r.306-337AD). Would you have chosen another Roman emperor for this distinction in preference to Constantine? JR ANSWER: Constantine was given the title “the Great” because of his use […]

Did Europe Alter its Destiny By Accepting Refugees?

May 4, 2019

QUESTION: If I remember my history well, letting in all of these refugees who are Muslim will eventually mean that Europe becomes Muslim or at the very least we will have a Muslim at the head of the EU in a matter of just a few decades. Would you care to refresh my history on […]

Roman Coins Wash up on Beach in Florida

April 11, 2019

  There have been discoveries of Roman coins in Japan as well as in North America. There has even been the discovery of a Roman sword in Newfoundland. Now, a treasure hunter with a metal detector uncovered seven Roman coins that washed up on a beach here in the Tampa region. This is strong evidence that […]

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