How Pat Buchanan Predicted the Death of America by 2025
Pat Buchanan’s bleak predictions about the troubles America would face have been eerily accurate.
Buchanan has been for decades, and remains, one of America’s foremost political commentators. He’s also an author, TV and radio broadcaster, a syndicated columnist in many leading publications, and was several times a candidate for the nation’s highest political office.
He served as an adviser to Richard Nixon during his presidential campaigns, then stayed on after Nixon won the White House as a speechwriter and special assistant. He later served as White House Communications Director under the Reagan administration.
His is a staunch and prolific conservative voice — sometimes controversial — but always respected both inside and outside the D.C Beltway and around the world.
In the video below, we take a look at one of Buchanan’s earlier interviews upon the release of his book Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025?
The book’s title is based on historian Arnold Toynbee’s famous observation “Civilizations die by suicide, not by murder”. Buchanan points to three major historical trends that have been slowly leading to the end of Western Civilization – the abandonment of the Christian faith, the cultural, moral, and social disintegration that have been the result, and the decline of the peoples who founded and guided America.
With almost prophetic-like accuracy, Buchanan argues that our government has failed in its basic responsibilities to its citizens, and that the nation faces a bleak and uncertain future in the coming decades. A thought-provoking discussion with one of the greatest political thinkers of our time.
Check out the interview below.
~ Liberty Video News
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