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An Introduction to Eurasian Manifest Destiny (The Great Game this Week)

In this week’s episode of The Great Game on Rogue News, Matt and V unpack some deep structure American history starting with the question: why did Andrew Jackson kill the bank of the United States? How did Jackson’s program unleash a perverse form of Manifest Destiny that carried out genocide against natives, spread black slavery, …

Mr. Xi plays Davos Man

By Pepe Escobar The virtual, special address by President Xi Jinping to the World Economic Forum’s 2022 Davos Agenda exhibits all the elements of a riddle inside an enigma. At first, it certainly could be interpreted as a simultaneous message to the Empire of Chaos and global public opinion. Much more than prescribing “effective doses against unilateralism, …

Why Do NATO States Commit Energy Hara Kiri?

By F. William Engdahl There is a great paradox in the increasingly aggressive US and NATO military stance towards Russia, and China, when measured against the clearly suicidal national Green Agenda economic policies of the USA as well as the EU NATO states. An astonishing transformation of the economies of the world’s most advanced industrial …

CIA trains Ukrainian nazis how ‘to kill Russians’

By Eric Zuesse On January 13th, Zach Dorfman of Yahoo News headlined “CIA-trained Ukrainian paramilitaries may take central role if Russia invades”, but failed to note that the phrase “Ukrainian paramilitaries” traditionally refers not to regular Ukrainian Government conscripted soldiers (nor to any elite group of those, such as some people might otherwise assume), but instead it refers to intensely racist armed anti-Russian fanatics and mercenaries, …

Review: JFK Revisited- Through the Looking Glass by Oliver Stone

By Edward Curtin Two of the greatest speeches ever delivered by an American president bookend this extraordinary documentary film.  It opens with President John F. Kennedy giving the commencement speech at American University on June 10, 1963 and it closes with his civil rights speech to the American people the following day.  It is a deft artistic touch …

Martin Luther King Day Reminds us of an Existential Choice Still Undecided

By Matthew Ehret The world marches forward into the new year with a mix of hope and trepidation. The words of Martin Luther King who warned in his final days the universal truth that either we commit to “nonviolent coexistence or violent coannihilation” ring as true today as they did when they were spoken in 1968. …

The Ghost of Martin Luther King Jr Will Haunt Covid Faucists

By Kevin Kennedy In the latest wave of hysteria unleashed by the globalist, corporatist establishment, a sizable chunk of humanity has been manipulated into a mass formation of fear and division. Expert opinions that contradict the  unending emergency narrative are erased from public areas of the internet almost as fast as they are produced.  Quickly …

National Endowment for Democracy Provided $1.2 Million to Kazakhstan to Help Spark Color Revolution Against Pro-Russian and Pro-China Regime

By Jeremy Kuzmarov On January 2nd, protests erupted in the city of Zhanaozen in western Kazakhstan that have since spread across the country. Over 160 people have been killed, including at least 18 police officers, with hundreds more wounded. The New York Times and other mainstream media outlets depicted the violence as a result of the doubling of …

MAKING SENSE OF MADNESS WITH KIM ELIA

On Tuesday January 11, The Canadian Patriot Review hosted a presentation delivered by Kim Elia, homeopath and CEO of Whole Health Now on the topic of Making Sense of the Madness which can now be watched by clicking on the video below: Event Description We are living in an unprecedented time. Internment. Mandatory vaccination. Segregation of whole sections of society. …

The Paradoxical Case of Canada’s British Constitution

The relationship of Canada’s provinces to each other and to the federal government is both extremely unique in world history and peculiarly British. The only way to properly understand the Canadian political structure and its role in world history is to take the advice of that great poet and historian Frederich Schiller who in 1789 …

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