Matthew J.L. Ehret is a journalist, lecturer and founder of the Canadian Patriot Review.
While everyone knows that the 1929 market crash unleashed four years of hell in America which quickly spread across Europe under the great depression, not many people have realized that this was not inevitable, but rather a controlled blowout.
Whether London will manage to succeed in 2020 pushing a fascist de-carbonization (ie: depopulation) scheme onto the world where their 1920 Monster failed remains to be seen.
With the transformation of the rules of the “Great Game” in the Middle East, a sweeping set of development / reconstruction programs led by China now have a chance to become hegemonic across the formerly hopeless, terrorist-infested region.
The only reason why the Bank of England’s green digital currency is taken seriously is because westerners have become detached from reality believing that a nation could magically exist as a services economy without producing.
Unlike the west, Russia has the advantage of having encouraged African development during the dark days of the Cold War and is thus infinitely more trusted than the west.
It is a fitting moment to pause and review some of the leading battles against the hives of Malthusian technocrats who infested western society in the wake of WWII and overthrew the last genuinely nationalist federal government of Canada in 1963.
The best partnerships occur when all participants have special talents to bring to the relationship which makes a whole more powerful than the sum of its parts.
When a global sociopathic system goes into hyper-drive to destroy President Trump, you should take it very seriously.
There has always been a carrying capacity to humanity and no one should try to deny that. What green technocrats hate to admit is that humanity’s carrying capacity is very different from that found among all other species of life in the biosphere.
China has allied with a growing array of nations to create a comprehensive international program operating on every imaginable level of human activity which is essentially… creative.