Matthew Ehret

Matthew J.L. Ehret is a journalist, lecturer and founder of the Canadian Patriot Review.

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June 16, 2019
Putin, Lavrov and Xi Call for an End to MAD. Lord Russell’s Spectre Frowns

While many foolishly celebrated the success of MAD with the collapse of the Soviet Union, others recognised the grand sleight of hand as NATO continued to expand even though its raison d’être had disappeared.

June 6, 2019
A Revival of the Portillo Plan Is the Solution to the US-Mexico Border Crisis, Not More Tariffs

By turning away from the deeper systemic root of the crisis, Trump is losing a valuable opportunity to deal with the Deep State that has put so much effort into his undoing since the 2016 election.

June 2, 2019
As a New Paradigm of East and West Cooperation Emerges, Martin Luther King’s Assassins Try Killing Him Again

A new assassination is now being attempted 51 years after the life of Martin Luther King was cut short by a bullet. A story has gone viral across the international media in recent days which promises to shed light on the dark perversity of Martin Luther King Jr.

May 28, 2019
Perry’s Attack on Russia’s Nord Stream 2 and the Empire’s Lost Grip on Reality

The thinking expressed by Perry, Groysman and Cotton reflect the height of delusion and desperation of the western technocratic elite who have been watching their carefully planned system of controls over the trans-Atlantic slip away ever since 2013.

May 23, 2019
Trump Attacks Military Industrial Complex and Calls for Infrastructure Investments in the Middle East

While Trump has too often accommodated his hive of neocons, his recent statements and repeated calls for cooperation with Russia and China demonstrate a sound push back which should be taken very seriously.

May 21, 2019
Roger Stone Shines New Light on Russia-Gate Hoax

Now that Donald Trump and his allies are increasingly free of the shackles of the Mueller hoax, we are witnessing an incredible potential breakthrough as the June 27-28th G20 emerges where Presidents Trump, Putin and Xi Jinping will be meeting.

May 16, 2019
The Polar Silk Road Comes to Life as a New Epoch in History Begins

While the Belt and Road features two components (land and sea), the fact is that they are inextricably connected. Rails, ports and other civilization-building practices have given this design a power and flexibility to adapt to every nation’s chosen developmental pathways.

May 13, 2019
NASA and Roscosmos Leadership Unite in Call for Asteroid Defense: A Game Changer in Global Politics

The threat of asteroid collisions with the earth is very real, and provides a very serious basis for international cooperation on the common aims and in the interest of humankind.

May 9, 2019
The Strange Case of Chrystia Freeland and the Failure of the ‘Super Elite’

Having been set up as a counterpart to the steely Hillary Clinton who was supposed to win the 2016 election, Freeland and her ilk have demonstrated their outdated thinking in everything they have set out to achieve since the 2014 coup in Ukraine.

April 28, 2019
How the ‘Real’ America Is in Harmony With the Belt and Road Initiative

The new rules proposed by Xi Jinping and expressed by the BRI’s political economic practices are exactly what the best American patriots fought for, Matthew Ehret argues.