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China Puts Survival of Belt and Road Ahead of Canada-Sino “Special Relationship”

By Matthew Ehret-Kump Ever since Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau landed in Beijing for the inaugural Dialogue of World Parties Conference on December 3, mainstream press from all sides of the aisle have been echoing shock over the failure of the highly publicised trip which was heralded as being the long-awaited finalization of China’s participation in…

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Remaining Awake Through A Great Revolution

By Christine Corey  “One of the greatest tragedies of life is that men seldom bridge the gulf between practice and profession, between doing and saying. A persistent schizophrenia leaves so many of us tragically divided against ourselves. On the one hand, we proudly profess certain sublime and noble principles, but on the other hand, we…

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Canada’s Dilemma : Join the BRICS or Die with Wall Street?

By Avneet Thapar and Matthew Ehret-Kump With the stunning success of Syriza Party’s rise to power after the recent Greek elections, leading a mandate to wipe out the majority of artificial debts holding their nation hostage to a banker’s dictatorship, an opportunity at orderly re-organization of un-payable debts driving the bubble economy towards collapse has…

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Canada and the Coming Eurasian World: Speech by Lyndon LaRouche to Canadians 2007

Here is Lyndon LaRouche’s keynote to the EIR conference on « The Strategic Importance of the Eurasian Land-Bridge : Canada and the Coming Eurasian World », held in Ottawa on Dec. 11, 2007. LaRouche spoke very briefly for about 10 minutes, and then fielded questions for an hour. Moderator : I think we’re ready to hear from Mr. LaRouche,…

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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…