Matthew J.L. Ehret is a journalist, lecturer and founder of the Canadian Patriot Review.
Animals are not less dangerous when they are wounded and desperate, and with the meltdown of Russiagate and the light increasingly shining on the British agents in America, these beasts are more dangerous than ever.
If other civilizations exist, maybe it is our duty to take up the torch left to U.S. by JFK and go find them.
But a much unhappier fate may await our children and grandchildren which would make World War II look like a cake walk.
The fixed rules of scarcity defined by the limits of the earth, resources, agricultural potential, energy access (and soon carbon quotas) are likened to the walls of the glass tank to be controlled by an elite class of alphas.
“Science cannot solve the ultimate mystery of nature, and that is because, in the last analysis, we ourselves are part of nature, and therefore, part of the mystery that we are trying to solve” – Max Planck.
While the new reset green system promises to feature more regulations onto finance, will those regulations be controlled by sovereign nation states in the interests of the general welfare of their people?
Regardless of whether or not Plahotniuc is extradited sooner or later, the game is most certainly up, and beginning in late 2019, Moldova began to reclaim its ancient heritage as a keystone in China’s East-West Silk Road.
If Russia, America, China and other nations were to apply their best minds to solving these problems rather than fall into a new arms race, then not only would either country benefit immensely, but so too would humanity more broadly.
This July 4th, a larger-than-usual shadow is cast upon America which has come face-to-face with some serious historic reckonings.
Canada, as it was founded on July 1st, 1867 by the British Empire, was to serve as a wedge separating the potential U.S./Russia alliance