In this third volume of the series, we introduce the story of several leading nation builders of the 20th century whose lives and struggle have been obscured by establishment historians. We document for the first time in one location the interconnected networks of B.C.’s Premier W.A.C. Bennett, Canada’s “Minister of Everything” C.D. Howe, Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, and Quebec’s Premiers Maurice Duplessis, Paul Sauve and Daniel Johnson who were all aided by republican leaders of America and France during the post WWII period. These figures conducted a battle with the Rhodes Scholar-infested networks which have come to be known as the Deep State in our modern era, and in spite of their limitations, these figures all distinguished themselves by their genuine patriotism and love of scientific and technological progress.
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Introduction: A New Method for Studying Universal History