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The Strategic Hour on Rogue News: Our World in Review

In this week’s episode of the Strategic Hour, Matt Ehret and V provide a comprehensive overview of the world from the Middle East to the updates on new war games on both Russia and China’s borders. More than a little time is spent mocking the radical self-lobotomization of the western culture as it is expressed …

Bandung (Asian-African) Conference- The Voice of the People

This week’s Rising Tide Foundation lecture featured Cynthia Chung’s brilliant elaboration of a major historic fight that occurred amidst the heat of the Cold War in Bandung, Indonesia. This conference saw world leaders from the emerging non-aligned movement, and global south, featuring Pan African, Pan Arab and other anti-colonial forces who stood in defiance to …

The Eugenics Roots of the Great Reset: 100 Years to Flatten the Curve

In this presentation delivered to Dr. Reiner Fuellmich’s Coronavirus Investigation Committee hearings, I introduced the roots of the Great Reset Agenda by jumping back in time 100 years and evaluating the growth of eugenics leading into WW2 as a “scientific miracle solution” to saving the world. If you are not aware of the role of …

Now Available! Clash of the Two Americas vol. 1 (The Unfinished Symphony)

I’m proud to announce that the first volume of “Clash of the Two Americas” is now available for purchase as a Paperback, Kindle and PDF under the theme “The Unfinished Symphony”. In order to whet your appetite, I include here the introduction of the new book which also features a summary of each of the …

Strategic Hour on Rogue News- Two Systems Clash over the Future of the Middle East

This week’s edition of the Strategic Hour was unfortunately plagued with a myriad of technical issues, do in no small measure to the absence of the technical renaissance man CJ who typically manages the production of the program. Despite that, since I believe the content outlined during this show is of high strategic value, I …

Progress, Social Engineering and the Scientific Priesthood

In this episode of Escaping the Brave New World podcast, New Lyre editor David Gosselin and Matthew Ehret discuss the structure of cultural warfare in the 20th century that gave rise to modern art, critic theory in education and mass psychology more generally. In contrast to this sterile approach to the human condition and cultural …

Federal Debt: A Rock Around America’s Neck

By José Luis Ibáñez Santa María The Federal Debt has tied a stone around the United States’ neck. It grows and grows in a dizzying way as sleepwalking dominates Washington D.C.: Will the U.S. wake up in time to avoid the fall? Difficult job because debt, like a resistant web, wraps and suffocates it. The …

Exploring Ideologies with Frank Huguenard and Matthew Ehret

In this discussion with film maker Frank Huguenard, Canadian Patriot Review editor-in-chief Matthew Ehret talks about the structure of ideologies, their causes and effects and how the death of thinking occurs whenever we allow “isms” mentation. Throughout the discussion, topics ranging from Plato’s approach to hypothesis formation to the role of aesthetics in regards to …

The SCO’s New Great Game in Central Asia: China’s Economic Corridor into Afghanistan

By Pepe Escobar Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi is on a Central Asian loop all through the week. He’s visiting Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. The last two are full members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, founded 20 years ago. The SCO heavyweights are of course China and Russia. They are joined by four Central Asian “stans” (all …

America’s Impressive History of Bioweapons Attacks Against Its Own People

By Lee Camp The Biden Administration, the mainstream media and pretty much all the politicians in our country continue to throw fuel on the Sinophobia fire initially stoked by former President and current Mar-a-lago “fungineer” Donald Trump. (Word to the wise, “Sinophobia” means anti-China hatred, not anti-cinema hatred as I had thought. So I apologize to …

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