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Matthew Ehret

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

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September 18, 2022
The SCO Summit and the Need for a New Global Security Architecture

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.

September 14, 2022
Why Sergey Glazyev’s Memorial to the Legacy of Lyndon LaRouche Matters

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.

September 9, 2022
Can Britain Break From Feudalism or Will King Charles’ Great Reset Go Unchallenged?

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.

September 3, 2022
Is the Age of Big Bang Cosmology and ‘the Science of Scarcity’ Finally Coming to an End?

The two opposing cosmologies currently at odds with each other (open vs closed systems) strike on the very nature of life vs death, Matthew Ehret writes.

September 1, 2022
China’s BRI Shapes a Multipolar Future for Saudi Arabia

Xi Jinping’s visit to Saudi Arabia is heralding more tectonic changes in the rules of the Great Game in ways that few have begun to realize.

August 28, 2022
Biogeochemistry and Open System Thinking With Vladimir Vernadsky

Amidst the war and blood, Vernadsky continued to work and write, never losing hold of the age of reason (the age of the noosphere) which he saw inevitably awakening in the future.

August 17, 2022
Liz Truss’ Global Britain Agenda Tries to Reverse Time

The British Empire continues to exert a vast top-down influence over world affairs, Matthew Ehret writes.

August 14, 2022
Life at the End of an Empire With St Augustine

It isn’t often that a generation lives through a systemic breakdown crisis.

June 21, 2022
Yuval Harari’s Unipolar Dystopia vs the Greater Eurasian Partnership: Two Technological Paradigms Clash

Looking at the two paradigms clashing ov, it is worth asking which one you would prefer shape the lives of your children?

June 2, 2022
Why Is It So Hard to Finnish Nazism? NATO’s Growing Suicide Pact Threatens to Light the World on Fire

Is it possible that the war we thought we won in 1945 was merely a battle within a larger war for civilization whose outcome yet remains to be seen?

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