Matthew J.L. Ehret is a journalist, lecturer and founder of the Canadian Patriot Review.
In this final segment of his series, Matthew Ehret gives the last word to several leading scientists who took a stand in our modern age against the rise of the cult of darkness.
Whether we review the growth of eugenics or even the growth of modern ecologism and transhumanism out of cybernetics, the seeds of Aristotle’s oligarchical cosmology can be felt viscerally.
Just as Kepler attacked Aristotle, and just as Leibniz attacked both Locke, Aristotle, Descartes and Newton for the crime of denying the immortal soul to mankind, so too did Carey attack the system of Malthus and Ricardo on similar grounds.
The idea that anti-republican John Locke inspired the founding of the USA has been a strategic myth which has kept generations of Americans from understanding their own moral roots.
Is human society destined for self-annihilation or were we made for something better?
During the Cold War and especially after 1991, too few asked the question: Upon whose blood did such abundance and “freedom” arise?
During times of darkness and mass stupidity dev, there are some shining examples of greatness at play, Matthew Ehret writes.
The clock is ticking fast and if we miss this opportunity now, the only peace the world may ever find will accompany a long nuclear winter.
Glazyev’s thinking is rooted in an old and powerful intellectual current that derives from a strong tradition in Russia based upon state credit, national sovereignty, large scale infrastructure, scientific progress and win-win cooperation.
The new incoming King of England has taken on the worst traits and dispositions of oligarchism and probably won’t willfully make any positive changes.