This week, I had the pleasure to speak on a monthly Roundtable group with a prestigious group of analysts where we discussed cutting edge developments around this week’s G7, upcoming Biden-Putin meeting, absurd NATO maneuvers, ongoing financial meltdown and the Trans-Atlantic’s race to obsolescence. Certain matters of history, causality, and epistemology were debated as well with a focus on the question of ‘how do we define conspiracy theories’ and how do they affect our world?

Matthew Ehret is the Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Patriot Review , a BRI Expert on Tactical talk, and Senior Fellow at the American University in Moscow. He is author of the‘Untold History of Canada’ book series and in 2019 he co-founded the Montreal-based Rising Tide Foundation . Consider helping this process by making a donation to the RTF or becoming a Patreon supporter to the Canadian Patriot Review

2 thoughts

  1. Instead of talking about mining on the moon, why don’t you tackle the mystery of why the earth still has a whole continent that is untouchable. Antarctica. Yeah ok lets go to the moon, forget about Antarctica. How about submarines? We have had them for decades. Three fifths of the earth covered in water and we never hear about submarines finding anything. Nothing going on under the water folks, don’t look here……

  2. Brilliant, edge-of-your-seat discussion and clash of ideas ( or perhaps perspective). Never hear this on the BBC! It seems there’s good and bad news for us in what you all say. Firstly, the good news: Those that plan and scheme to control us will ultimately fail. Secondly, the bad news: during the unravelling of the failure, great suffering will occur…think ww1 and 2, soviet gulags, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Palistine…the list is endless. Is ww3 out of the question?

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