Matthew J.L. Ehret is a journalist, lecturer and founder of the Canadian Patriot Review.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The British Empire continues to exert a vast top-down influence over world affairs, Matthew Ehret writes.
It isn’t often that a generation lives through a systemic breakdown crisis.
Looking at the two paradigms clashing ov, it is worth asking which one you would prefer shape the lives of your children?