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Matthew Ehret

Matthew J.L. Ehret is a journalist, lecturer and founder of the Canadian Patriot Review and director of the Rising Tide Foundation (www.risingtidefoundation.net). He has published three volumes of the Untold History of Canada (available on untoldhistory.canadianpatriot.org) and can be contacted at matt.ehret@tutamail.com

The 1508 League of Cambrai and BRICS Today

With the knowledge that history doesn’t repeat, but rather fools repeat history- a brief analysis of the causes of the formation of the League of Cambrai and its ultimate self-destruction under the sophisticated intrigues of Venice (then the seat of an international financier oligarchy) can be best understood, and potentially foolish decisions can avoid repetition.

The Art of Peace- The New Silk Road Counters an Age of Turbulence

On November 16, an seminar was held in Montreal Canada entitled “The Art of Peace: The New Silk Road Counters an Age of Turbulence” hosted by the Rising Tide Foundation, featuring six speakers tackling the multi-faceted New Silk Road from artistic, engineering, historical, philosophical and scientific standpoints.

Argentina’s New President Pushes Back Against IMF Nation-Stripping

Alberto Fernandez and Christina Fernandez de Kirschner will be sworn into office on December 10, 2019, emboldening the nationalist feeling in other nations like Brazil whose former President Lula da Silva, now released from prison, is already mobilising a vast support base which threatens to de-throne IMF-puppet Jair Bolsonaro, and Chile’s fascist Pinochet legacy is finding itself rocked to the core by a population tired of being manipulated by international financiers.

Remembering John F. Kennedy’s Vision for the Future that Should Have Been

those Green New Dealing technocratic zombies pervasive across the western deep state are horrified to witness the reawakening of JFK’s spirit in the leadership of powerful statesmen like China’s Xi Jinping and Russia’s Vladimir Putin who have created a new paradigm of cooperation, war avoidance, and infrastructure projects under the growing New Silk Road as well as ambitious space projects which are quickly bringing the Moon, Mars and other celestial bodies into the sphere of our economic activity.