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Ellen Brown and Matt Ehret Discuss The Clash of the Two Americas, Public Banking, A.I and More

This week, I had the great pleasure to chat with legendary economist and lawyer Ellen Brown (President of the Public Banking Institute) in order to discuss my new book The Clash of the Two Americas vol. 1: The Unfinished Symphony. Our conversation moves through many side topics, from public banking, principles of science, creativity and even the …

Who Really Runs the Middle East?

By Cynthia Chung Afghanistan is on many people’s minds lately, though the sentiment is rather mixed. Some think of it as a cause for celebration, others for deep concern, and then there are those who think it an utter disaster that justifies foreign re-entry. Most of the western concern arises out of 9/11 and the …

How the NED, Open Society Foundations and NATO collectively fund institutions driving development of Canadian political thought

By Aidan Jonah [for the Canada Files] People think that Canadian public discourse is mostly by Canadians, about Canadian priorities. But the amount of direct influence from abroad is staggering. Organizations that represent global neo-liberalism, from NATO to the NED, to those sponsored by Open Society Foundations, involve themselves in the creation of thought in …

Operation Hypocrisy

By Crazy Horse (anonymous from Norway) A traveler asked a goatherd in an Antique Land, “where is the hegemon?” The goatherd said, “the Hegemon was in a hurry, airlifted from the roof. He’s gone.” The traveler thought, “sounds like back in the days of Saigon?” The goatherd asked the hegemon if he could spare him …

The Fawlty Ivory Towers of Oligarchism

Last week, I had the pleasure to speak with Mittdolcino host Simone Mariam to discuss geopolitics, grand strategy, culture and history. Matthew Ehret is the Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Patriot Review , and Senior Fellow at the American University in Moscow. He is author of the‘Untold History of Canada’ book series and Clash of the Two Americas. In 2019 he co-founded …

Will a Renewed ‘Operation Cyclone’ Threaten Afghanistan’s New Silk Road Future?

By Matthew Ehret With the recent pledge by China, Russia, Iran and Pakistan for renewed defense of Afghanistan’s sovereignty and right to develop, many have jumped the gun to celebrate a little prematurely. While watching a hegemonic wanna-be global overlord choke on humble pie is certainly satisfying, and while Afghanistan unquestionably has a renewed hope to recapture …

How the Great Reset Was First Thought Up by the Original Proselytizer of Totalitarianism and the Father of Neo-Conservatism

By Cynthia Chung “[James Burnham is] the real intellectual founder of the neoconservative movement and the original proselytizer, in America, of the theory of ‘totalitarianism.’” – Christopher Hitchens, “For the Sake of Argument: Essay and Minority Reports” In the first part of this two part series, I went over how the roots for the World Economic Forum’s …

Canada’s Election Fiasco, Evergrande and Remembering JFK’s Strategic Genius

In this week’s episode of the Great Game on Rogue News, V, CJ and I discuss the outcome of the Canadian elections, what the hell created both Justin Trudeau (and his father Pierre earlier) the ground shaking developments sweeping across Eurasia as Iran becomes a full member of the SCO, the social engineering that shaped …

Kennedy’s U.S.-Russia Joint Space Vision Must Be Revived

By Matthew Ehret September 20th marks the anniversary of the last speech John F Kennedy delivered to the United Nations’ General Assembly. This event bears more relevance upon our present crisis than most people could possibly imagine. This is true not only because it is wise to pay homage to great ideas of the past which lesser …

Secret Societies, Jesuits and Other Elementary Facts of History

In this interview with One Radio Network’s Patrick Timpone, I had the chance to discusses my new book, tying it into current geopolitical events and introducing the larger discussion of how the scientific method applies to researching history. This matter takes us into several fruitful inquiries, one of which being the nature of Jesuits which …

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