Origins of the Deep State in North America Part III: What is the Fabian Society and to What End was it Created?

By Matthew Ehret Our first two installments have dealt with the origins of the Deep State in North America by reviewing the creation of the Rhodes Scholarship/Chatham House network at the end of the 19th century and the infiltration of indoctrinated scholars into every governing branch of western society. We traced the key players in…

The Power of Classical Culture in Shaping the Future: A History of China-African Relations driven by Cooperation and Beauty

By Christine Corey Transcript of a lecture given by Christine Corey on April 28, 2019, at a symposium held in Montreal Canada dealing with the unified growth of cultural optimism, beautiful art and real economic development as it is being manifested today with the New Silk Road in Asia, Africa and beyond (for the video…

The Origins of the Deep State in North America Part 2: Milner’s Perversion Takes Over Canada

 By Matthew J.L. Ehret As between the three possibilities of the future: 1. Closer Imperial Union, 2. Union with the U.S. and 3. Independence, I believe definitely that No. 2 is the real danger. I do not think the Canadians themselves are aware of it… they are wonderfully immature in political reflection on the big…

How the ‘Real’ America Is in Harmony With the Belt and Road Initiative

By Matthew Ehret Since Donald Trump’s 2016 election, waves of strange paradoxes have presented themselves to the world. With the blatant collaboration of nominally “American” forces from the CIA, FBI, NSA, the Pentagon, and MSM who conspired directly with international agencies such as the Five Eyes and MI6 to overthrow Trump, it has become evident that there…

The Russian-China Polar Silk Road Challenges British Geopolitics

By Matthew Ehret [originally written for the Strategic Culture Foundation] Whether the Arctic will become a platform for cooperation or warfare has been a question often posed throughout the past 150 years. As early as 1875, a vision for Eurasian-American cooperation was becoming realized as leading Americans and Russians alike foresaw the construction of telegraph…

Has the Russia-China Polar Silk Road Finally Resulted in an Arctic Policy Shift in Canada?

The recent Fifth International Arctic Forum in St. Petersburg, Russia April 9-10 not only featured an incredible vision for Russian Arctic development presented over the course two days featuring 3500 guests from all sectors public and private, but also featured important participation of China whose Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) demonstrated that it is much…

China’s Belt and Road Continues to Win Over Europe While Technocrats Scream and Howl

By Matthew J.L. Ehret [This article was commissioned for Strategic Culture Foundation and first published here.] On April 10th, China’s Premier Li Keqiang celebrated the completion of the 1st phase of the 2.5 kilometer Chinese-built Pelgesac Bridge in Croatia across the Bay of Mali Ston alongside Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic. This ceremony marked a striking victory as…

Canada to Russia: Interference Is Okay If It Destabilizes You but Not the Other Way Around

*Originally published for the Strategic Culture Foundation By Matthew J.L. Ehret In the midst of one of the most de-stabilizing scandals to rock Canada in years, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland announced on April 5 that the threat of “Foreign interference” going into the October 2019 elections was at an all-time high. Sitting beside her UK counterpart at a…