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While the World Moves into the New Paradigm, Canada’s Neo-Con Resurgence Regresses into the Stone Age

By Matthew Ehret-Kump With the advent of the recent American elections, for the first time in history the great nations of the world have a potential to find a common spirit of understanding and outlook which provides the means to extinguish the plague of imperialism, poverty and war from the surface of the Earth. Since the signing of…

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China: World’s Leading Defender of Human Rights?

By Kevin Kennedy  “Your question is full of prejudice against China and arrogance … I don’t know where that comes from. This is totally unacceptable,” Was part of the translated response of Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, at a recent press conference with Canadian Foreign Minister Stephane Dion, when an iPolitics reporter audaciously asked why…

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Will Canada Succumb to the Militarization of the Arctic or Collaborate with Russia and the BRICS?

As a rapidly collapsing British Empire refuses to loosen its political grip on its completely bankrupt trans-Atlantic financial system, dominated thus far by a City of London-Wall Street Axis, and prefers to fantasize about the possibility of a ‘winning option’ of a limited nuclear war against Russia and China, this creates an urgent necessity to…

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A Strategy for the 21st Century: BETWEEN TWO SYSTEMS…. WHICH WAY CANADA?

CRC activist and federal independent candidate Brian Gray has presented his 2015 election platform in order to raise awareness of the electorate across Canada to the reality that is not being discussed amongst the “official narratives” maintained across the mainstream media and party lines. The Canadian Patriot and CRC strongly endorse the program outlined by…

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Madness as Culture: How Bertrand Russell’s 20th Century Became Your 21st Century New Dark Age

By Christine Corey and Matthew Ehret-Kump   Describing the future “scientific dictatorship” he hoped to bring into being, an architect of our modern education system and father of modern liberalism, Lord Bertrand Russell wrote “The Impact of Science on Society” (1951) with the following bone chilling words:  “Although this science will be diligently studied, it will be…