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Nailed it, Matthew! I was doubting my own sanity. Now I fear being sane.

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Jul 30, 2023Liked by Matthew Ehret

Absolutely phenomenal wow. Thank you!

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Thanks Matthew ! The depth of your research is astounding and inspiring. Learning more about Maurice Strong was of interest. The collective West requires a much greater political maturity in order for the world to gain its essential equilibrium.

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What Matt calls "nominalism" is nothing short of the destruction of language through conflation and redefinition, and the confusion and dumbing down of the populace so it can't even detect such "nominalism." It may well be that Putin and Xi mean something wildly different from the WEF in their use of "sustainable development," and Matt's review of Chinese infrastructure projects give ample evidence that Xi at least will no put up with a no-growth economic future.

However, their embrace of the scamdemic and "vaccines" in both Russia and China, along with Putin's status as a "Young Global Leader" should give us pause. There's no doubt that a multi-polar view based on cooperation among sovereign states and self-determination is preferable to the Western view of an authoritarian neo-feudal system of empire with vassal states. Mankind will soon find out the real intentions of Xi and Putin, but they can't be any worse than those of the globalists, and the West should definitely be focused on solving its own problems rather than projecting them onto Russia, China and Iran.

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It seems Putin is not a Young Global Leader:

https://edwardslavsquat.substack.com/p/russias-great-reset-facing-reality

"....Putin & the World Economic Forum

Röper begins by outlining his views on how western global power structures operate, and why he doesn’t think Putin (or Russia) is part of this network. I will return to this part of his argument later.

He continues by pointing out that Wolff incorrectly claims Putin is an alumnus of the WEF’s Young Global Leader program.

Wolff’s claim likely stems from a viral 2019 video in which Klaus Schwab lists Tony Blair, Angela Merkel, and Vladimir Putin as graduates of his Young Global Leaders club.

All available evidence suggests Schwab misspoke. As Anti-Empire reported in December 2021:

“Young Global Leaders” must be 38 or under when they are admitted. At 38, Putin would have still been in the KGB in the dying days of the USSR in 1990.

Also, WEF didn’t start the Young Global Leaders program (as “Global Leaders for Tomorrow”) until 1993 when Putin was already 41.

Röper correctly notes Putin is not listed on the program’s website. And with good reason: Russia’s president was too old to qualify when the WEF began its infamous leader-grooming initiative in 1993.

“Since Putin is not included in the lists of Schwab's programs and Schwab's statement can also be interpreted differently, I see no proof or even serious indication that Putin was in these programs,” Röper writes.

I don’t disagree; but what Röper fails to mention is that Putin’s relationship with Klaus Schwab predates the creation of the Young Global Leaders program.

Speaking at the Davos Agenda online forum on January 29, 2021, Russia’s president greeted the WEF chairman as “dear Klaus,” and recalled their decades-long relationship:

I have been to Davos many times, attending the events organized by Mr. Schwab, even back in the 1990s. Klaus [Schwab] just recalled that we met in 1992. Indeed, during my time in St. Petersburg, I visited this important forum many times.

Vladimir Putin was not a Young Global Leader and it’s misleading to label him as one. But it’s equally misleading to pretend Putin does not have a long history with Schwab and the World Economic Forum. Actually, this relationship began a year before the Young Global Leaders program even existed...."

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Thanks for the correction. It doesn't alter the fact that Putin, like many Russian leaders even going back to Tsarist times, longs to be, and for Russia to be, accepted into European civilization. They have been consistently spurned and double crossed. For example, 1) "not one inch," 2) Medvedev agreed to a "no fly zone" over Libya, not to a regime change. 3) Putin and Mevedev thought Minsk was a real agreement; it wasn't. But I believe Putin may be done with that now.

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ohhhh,I just listened to a video by Chas Freeman, it's one of these, and Freeman thinks Russia has finally "had it" and is not coming back. I think it's the first one.

https://substack.com/profile/12327282-kolokol/note/c-21617621

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I listened to the first two. It's in the last 5 minutes of the second. Thanks.

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Never forget that Xi and Putin are dictators and China and Russia are totalitarian technocracies. Both Xi and Putin are all-in in support of Central Bank Digital Currencies, which includes Digital ID and Social Credit Score Systems to manipulate and control personal attitudes and behavior modification. Being in cahoots with the BRICS means adopting their monetary and currency platform.

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If earth's temperature rises the atmosphere hold more water vapour. Proper tree planting and farming can encourage it to rain out more.

https://dea.org.au/greening-the-desert-how-farmers-in-sahel-confound-scientists-healthy-planet-healthy-people-dea/

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The 24/7 relentless cycle of distraction , hysteria and debacles is deliberate and orchestrated to create an ebb and flow of extreme panic followed by a short hiatus of reassurance. Psychological torture and applied methodology of carrot and stick behavioral modification. Obedience without the realization you can say no. Would you ever have imagined a global population meekly masking its collective face, distancing from one another, willfully imprisoning itself, curled up in a fetal ball, waiting indefinitely to receive an experimental unsafe mRNA gene edited “ vaccine” for a “ novel” lab created virus, allow parents and loved ones to die alone , behind a shatterproof observation window.? With 80+ percent of the global populace worshipping at the altar of Faustus? The Messianic of Scientism, Jesus of the godless, but with better shoes.

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Unlike the author, I think Russia and China are definitely still pushing for globalization. What has changed is that they don't want the US to be in charge of the NWO. They realize that together they have more power than the US and therefore they will be in charge. Neither China, Russia, or India are champions of freedom so even if this article has everything correct, the populations of the world are in for oppression on a large scale.

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Oppression can come from the free market which leads to monopoly/corporatocracy. Then we institute controls and pretend we still have a free market. Better be honest and go like I think Matt or one of his correspondents said: if you invest in China you make money for yourself but you must be helping the people, not just yourself.

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In conversations with doomer leaning friends I’m always talking about contra indicators, but the indicators still go both ways. Here Matt has put together a great collection, with graphs even, of white pill facts.

Still, technology itself will have it’s own over-arching say so and that must be a driving force for both factions. For me it leads towards ever increasing creepiness. No one is going to ban fire just as no one is going to ban AI. I don’t think some old school "balance of powers" notion is going to be sufficient to maintain humanity, there must be another element.

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Great information thanks! You make great points throughout. A bit of balance is perhaps needed- China's insane Covid response- spraying the streets, spraying chickens, bolting people into their homes etc etc etc- no criticism? No push from them for ivermectin or HCQ?? Maybe a mention of those Chinese covid videos of people collapsing in the street? Who made those?

Why is there a declining birth rate? Is there a general depression of the Chinese such that they don't want children?

Social credit system? Face scanning to buy groceries? Is all that a lie? Would love o hear your take!

And I know this is but a small part of your argument but moon colonies and mining HE3 - please catch up- you are so up to speed everywhere else. No humans will be going to the moon - https://centerforaninformedamerica.com/moondoggie-1/

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How about Fentanyl? Is that Chinese Deep State?

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thank you

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The way I understood this is, why would Russia and China and other EAEU Nations fall for a Narrative sold by the same Globalizers that had been sucking their Blood for hundreds of years like Lemmings going over the Cliff? It didn't make sense to me. They are going their own way and the Globalizers are going theirs.

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Matthew is entirely right how the Western Bankster Parasites are Malthusian and are trying to tear down our industrial society, using the excuse of climate change to destroy our energy supply. Foisting the Wind & Solar Mega-Scam down our throats. Plus other worthless efforts: Hydrogen, Agrofuels, CCS, Biomass burning, Utility battery storage & CCS and of course ITER.

They are real tricky devils. Fusion was proceeding at a linear steady pace. Between 1970 & 1997 fusion power produced in experimental Tokamaks grew a trillionX. Steady progress. Then some major power (now who would that be?) decided the way to go is an International Cooperative giant effort to make a giganormous Tokamak in one country, instead of spirited competition between nations. The pinnacle of bureaucratic boondoggles. They spent 5yrs arguing about where to build it. $65B cost estimate now. Might finally start making plasma in 2025, maybe. And it was already obsolete from the first shovelful of dirt to build it.

Giant improvements in superconductors meant much smaller magnets could be used and much smaller, practical $million scale Tokamaks that will outperform the giant boondoggle, which is now all screwed up, because the myriad of international contractors manufactured components out of spec and they don't fit together properly. And other practical fusion methods like LPP Focus Fusion, General Fusion, Commercial Fusion Systems, Polywell fusion, Helion energy, Zap energy, Tokamak Energy, First Light Fusion, ARC fusion, TAE technologies, Lockheed Compact fusion, Tri-Alpha Energy are being build with trivial levels of funding compared to Wind, Solar/H2/Battery subsidies & ITER.

news.newenergytimes.net/2020/12/05/iter-is-a-suicidal-plan-that-would-discredit-nuclear-fusion/

"ITER Is a Suicidal Plan That Would Discredit Nuclear Fusion, Scientist Says, Again, Ernesto Mazzucato"

"...A retired plasma physicist has given New Energy Times permission to republish critical letters he wrote about the ITER fusion reactor project many years ago. He has done this despite risks associated with publicly criticizing the international project.

Ernesto Mazzucato spent his entire career — from 1965 to 2014 — working at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, a U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory. Mazzucato continues to work on his own fusion concepts.

He told us about pressure from some of his peers from 1996 to 2006 when he openly criticized the ITER project, but he asked us to withhold those details for fear that it would interfere with his present access to resources and the ability to publish in peer-reviewed journals.

Mazzucato is the second retired fusion physicist from the Princeton laboratory with whom New Energy Times has spoken who is critical of ITER. The first was Mazzucato’s colleague, Daniel Jassby, who has been publishing critical articles about ITER on the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists Web site.

Jassby was the first scientist to provide New Energy Times with clear values for the ITER reactor power requirements, following our attempts to obtain this information directly from the ITER organization.

Mazzucato told New Energy Times that he “suffered dearly” shortly after Science magazine published his first critical comments in 1996.

“I knew that speaking out was risky, but I had to say what was on my mind,” Mazzucato said. “I thought that ITER would ruin fusion, and I had spent all my life working on fusion. ITER was the wrong track.”

Mazzucato told New Energy Times that, decades earlier, at the beginning of the discussions about the ITER concept, the conversation was purely about physics. The conversation soon shifted to the bait-and-switch scheme, as Nobel laureate Masatoshi Koshiba called it.

“The scientists were not talking about power production,” Mazzucato said, “but then slowly, the bureaucrats were put in charge of this project, and they started talking about a power gain, that ITER would produce 10 times more power than it would use.

“But none of the scientists said anything. We all knew that the power values only applied to the particles, not the overall reactor.”

These are the three letters Mazzucato provided: ..."

So as you would expect, once the ITER boondoggle started fusion progress has stalled from 1997 to present.

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This question has been building in me and I am so grateful you pre-empted an explorative discussion on this topic... more to come??? :)

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What does it mean when the BRICS bank cooperates with and supports Western sanctions on Russia? Would that support the "controlled opposition" hypothesis?

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This question confuses me... why would Russia place sanctions on itself? I believe BRICS not to be a bank but countries aligning against the Western approach to their New World Order, a community of countries tired of the control of the British 'free trade' and controls on the belt or all the waters, ports and waterways of the World... I read somewhere the British Empire sees itself as Global Leaders of the World, and watched Schwab literally crown at the time Prince Charles as the WEF Global King - and as history hopefully repeats itself, our new King Charles III will follow suit of his predecessors King Charles I & II...

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well isn't that a hornet in a bees nest! so who is this journalist? What polarity is he situated on in the geopolitical scheme of things? I find it important that we know these authors blueprints as we are surrounded by propagandists at the mass psychotic levels! Do you know more about this guy Joe?

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I know only what I read on his substack account (American journalist based in Moscow and focused on the NATO proxy war in Ukraine). I've read some of his material and found it at least credible; i.e., it tracks with other writers's work.

That said, if we are to take the quote from the new director of the NDB as accurate, "The NDB reiterated that it is not planning new projects in Russia and operates in compliance with applicable restrictions on international financial and capital markets. Any speculations on such a matter are unfounded.", it seems that the stand that NDB is taking relative to enforcing the sanctions against Russia speaks for itself. I don't profess to be an expert here, but I, like others, have followed the development of the BRICS and the BRI hoping these developments could put a dent in U.S./U.K. imperialism. Perhaps we all are being a bit too hasty in that regard.

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Read some answers to our questions in https://t.me/CanadianPatriotPress if you are on Telegram - and join the discussion tomorrow with Joaquin Flores and Matt, these two have been really great at discerning when there is propaganda afoot... it seems very very deep at times.

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