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Frederick Douglass, Lincoln and the Fight to Save the Soul of America

The United States today, finds itself in many ways like a boat adrift in a stormy sea. Chaos spreads within the United States, and the danger of economic collapse and war threatens all nations alike. When similar crises have struck in the past, America was fortunate enough to have the leadership of an Abraham Lincoln or Franklin Roosevelt at the helm, ensuring that the chaotic tempers, fears and passions of the population could be guided through wisdom and patience to a happier resolution.

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Will Entropy Define the New World Paradigm?

The cure for this misanthropic philosophy contaminating so much of the economic field today is found in the study of original works by Henry C. Carey, Max Planck and the great Vladimir Vernadsky who all insightfully recognized that mankind was destined for something much greater than imperialists can imagine.

The Imperial Myth of Canada’s National Policy and It’s Implications for Today

Today, as the world is threatened by the two-pronged threat of a collapse of world population by the destruction of food and water availability on the one side and thermonuclear war on the other, it is of dire necessity that such large scale development projects as the Bering Strait tunnel rail corridor be commenced post haste in the context of the new multipolar system being led by Russia and China.

The Historical Forces Behind the New U.S-Mexico Pro-Nation State Alliance

Thus, taking over responsibility from the usurious private banking network and Mexican Central Bank which have converted Mexico into an indebted colony of crime and despair since the overthrow of President Portillo in 1982 is a vital next step in the fight. This is the same apparatus that President Juarez did battle with in the 19th Century and which Cardenas stood up to during WWII.

Sir Dearlove Joins Anti-China Counter-Gang Operation

Will this inevitable new system be a multi-polar order defined by cooperation on space exploration, new discoveries and long-term infrastructure benefiting all nations and cultures, or will it be an order defined by a 21st century Anglo-American oligarchy sitting atop an ivory tower as a divided world of chaos and depopulation suffers from below?

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.