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LONDON — Regrettably, I must admit that I, like many others, have become an unfortunate target of an online scam. I had never encountered such a situation before, and it made me so embarrassed that I only shared it with a select few individuals.

Certainly, I am not the only one experiencing this. Approximately 43 million individuals in the UK have faced potential internet scams. Millions of people, although not necessarily deceived in the exact same manner as myself, have still been victims of fraud, often leading to significant expenses. In response to the rampant occurrence of these fraudulent activities, the British government has recently implemented laws with the intent of reducing the dangers associated with online fraud. In the United States, approximately one out of every ten adults becomes a target of online scams, and over a million children experience identity theft each year.

As we age, our susceptibility to online scams often rises due to our lack of knowledge in navigating the digital realm and our inherent inclination to be charitable. I, unfortunately, fell victim to a classic Internet scam where I got a message from a person who claimed to be the teenage offspring of a friend. They told me that they had been robbed in Cairo and had no funds. She requested my assistance in finding a solution to her difficult situation. Unsophisticatedly, I used my bank card to send a small amount of money. Luckily, upon my wife’s realization of the situation and her subsequent revelation that I had been deceived, I took immediate action to update all of my card details in order to avoid any unauthorized usage.

I feel compelled to share this humiliating admission because it highlights how, in recent times, different politicians have skillfully evaded accountability for endorsing policies that turned out to be founded on deceitful pledges and blatant dishonesty.

Ferdinand Mount’s thought-provoking book, named Big Caesars and Little Caesars, examines the strategies employed by tyrants and current authoritarian leaders to avoid taking responsibility for their deceitful actions and rise to positions of supreme authority. Although Mount does not explicitly compare the political paths of the authoritarian leaders he studies, he emphasizes the similar methods and approaches they employed to acquire and maintain control. Throughout history, individuals such as Julius Caesar and Napoleon, as well as contemporary leaders, have frequently presented themselves as heroes through distorted narratives of current occurrences.

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