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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

American Shadow Creatures Exposed: But Will the Empire Still Win the Day?

While the light shines ever more upon the shadow creatures within America, the time to act appropriately upon that exposed darkness is running out and only a strong commitment by the patriotic forces in America and other western nations to ally with Russia, and China in order to bring a new Multipolar system into being can put America back onto the tracks which such leaders as Abraham Lincoln, Franklin Roosevelt, and John F Kennedy had envisioned.

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Can NASA Artemis Accords Spark a U.S.-Russia Alliance?

With Russia having signed a joint lunar cooperation treaty with China’s space agency in September 2019, Russia’s joining the Artemis Program (and hopeful signing of the Accords) puts all three nations into a very interesting conjunction of skills, and common interests which pose the greatest prospects for the long-term survival of the human species.

Today’s Multipolar Potential & the Missed Chance of 1867

Why did the planned rail connection from America to Russia via the Bering Straits fail? Why did British Columbia end up joining Confederation in 1871 and why did Lincoln’s allies in Canada fall from power before the Civil War had ended? While Britain’s “Southern Confederacy” failed, her “Northern Confederacy” succeeded. Why? How did Russia save America during the war and how do these lessons help us navigate through the tumultuous waters of our present age?

Khazaria and the Forgotten Christian-Jewish-Muslim-Confucian Alliance

In this lecture, I introduce the story of the little known Turkic kingdom of Khazaria which converted to Judaism in the mid 8th century and which served as a keystone of the Tang Dynasty’s Silk Road revival as well as intermediary between the beautiful ecumenical alliance of the Abbasid Dynasty’s great Caliph Haroun al Rashid and the Carolingian Dynasty’s leader Charlemagne.

Tomorrow’s Arctic: Theatre of War or Cooperation?

In 2007, the Russian government first voiced its support for the construction of the Bering Strait rail tunnel connecting the Americas with the Eurasian continent- a policy which has taken on new life in 2020 as Putin’s Great Arctic Development strategy has wedded itself to the northern extension of the Belt and Road Initiative (dubbed the Polar Silk Road). In 2011, the Russian government re-stated its pledge to build the $64 billion project.

Putin’s Call for a New System and the 1944 Battle of Bretton Woods

As today’s world teeters on the brink of a financial collapse greater than anything the world experienced in either 1923 Weimar or the 1929 Great depression, a serious discussion has been initiated by leaders of Russia and China regarding the terms of the new system which must inevitably replace the currently dying neo-liberal order. Most recently, Vladimir Putin re-initiated his January 16, 2020 call for a new emergency economic conference to deal with the looming disaster based upon a live session with representatives of the five nuclear powers of the UN Security Council.

Luc Montagnier, the Revival of Optical Biophysics and the Clash of the ‘Two Sciences’

Today, the world is being shaped by political forces representing the two opposing currents of science. It may surprise you, dear reader to discover that just one week after Montagnier’s original remarks on the lab origin hypothesis of covid-19 and his calls for a crash program into electromagnetic wavelength therapy, American President Donald Trump announced his support of such lines of research on April 23rd.