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Maurice Strong and the Roots of the Great Reset Agenda

According to such Great Reset luminaries as Bill Gates, Prince Charles, Michael Bloomberg, Mark Carney, and the World Economic Forum’s Klaus Schwab, humanity is expected to solve the dual threat of COVID and global warming in one revolutionary sweeping reform. We plebeians have been told that all we have to do to restart the economy is rewire […]

Trump vs Biden: Will the Future Belong to the Patriots or the Globalists?

It is an undeniable fact that the republic has entered one of the most dangerous crises of its short existence. This is not only due to the disputed election results of November 3rd, but also to a multitude of other factors beyond American borders, including the global financial crisis which a certain pandemic has unleashed upon the world, and slide towards a major world war between great powers that has accelerated chaotically in recent years.

The Coming Battle For The New World

Why is it the case that every time one looks for the causes for disruptions, coups, and assassinations anywhere in the world, including the USA, the ugly hand of British Intelligence is always to be found manipulating the strings from above? How have these British intelligence actively organized the past four years of Russiagate, and even Russiagate’s new incarnation as the “election fraud of 2020”?

How a Wise Decoupling May Be a Good Thing for Both China and the West

If Trump is able to maintain control of the presidency over the coming weeks and months of storms (don’t fool yourself. It is unlikely that the results of the election will be finalized in November or even December) then there is a chance that the USA may find the moral fitness to survive by regenerating its lost industrial base and changing its behavior in conformity with natural law.

Video: How America’s Anti-Imperial Heritage Was Subverted

As the American republic continues to tremble on the precipice of civil war, and as threats of a dangerous military coup looms above the upcoming elections, it is more important now than ever before for citizens and policy makers to embrace certain historic traditions that have been been entirely suppressed by revisionist historians over the 20th century.