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Uncovering the Secret of the Deep State

On June 23, the Canadian Patriot Review’s Matthew Ehret was invited onto Rogue News Radio to discuss the British pedigree of the Deep State from 1776 to the present, the battle currently underway to control the terms of the new system which will replace the bankrupt economic order now melting down, and the importance of creative reason as a fundamental principle of both science, art and economics.

Trump at Davos Challenges Malthusian Agenda

Whether you like it or not, those battle lines dividing the two views of mankind as a cancer on the one side vs a creature of divine reason on the other do exist. It is up to each of us to decide which side we wish to represent.

Atoms for Peace vs. Atoms for War: The Only Fix for Iran-U.S Relations

Not only has Iran’s Supreme Leader created a 2003 fatwa declaring nuclear weapons forbidden under Islamic Law, but Iranian leaders were already calling for the need to transition to a new and superior form of energy in order to escape the geopolitical constraints of oil politics over 70 years ago… ironically through the help of the USA!

Argentina’s New President Pushes Back Against IMF Nation-Stripping

Alberto Fernandez and Christina Fernandez de Kirschner will be sworn into office on December 10, 2019, emboldening the nationalist feeling in other nations like Brazil whose former President Lula da Silva, now released from prison, is already mobilising a vast support base which threatens to de-throne IMF-puppet Jair Bolsonaro, and Chile’s fascist Pinochet legacy is finding itself rocked to the core by a population tired of being manipulated by international financiers.

Russia and the United States: the Forgotten History of a Brotherhood

Unlike today’s world, the 19th century Russians and Americans understood more clearly the nature of the oligarchical power structures which had only recently arranged the Crimean War in an attempt to destroy Russia (1853-1856), the Opium War to destroy China (1856-1860) and the Civil War to undo the American revolution (1861-1865).

Nationalism Doesn’t Mean Isolationism

Somehow, over the years since WWII, the word “nationalism” increasingly became associated with “authoritarianism”, “fascism” and “isolationism”. If one were to be respected in polite society, to be associated with “nationalism” was political death for any sophisticated statesman.