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Are Russia and China in on the Great Reset? My Response to James Corbett

The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of this site. This site does not give financial, investment or medical advice.

Yesterday, I was invited by my friend Hrvoje Morik onto his new show on TNT Radio to discuss a short response to a new viral video that has been produced by James Corbett earlier this week.

Corbett’s video advances the thesis that Russia and China are both controlled opposition to the western unipolar Great Reset Agenda and are actually in cahoots as part of a grand game to enslave the world. The principal device used by Corbett in this video are two February 4th Joint Statements (one on US-Canadian Relations and another on Sino-Russian Relations) which use identical language. Although Corbett may have used this device as a piece of sarcasm to push the thesis of Russia-China complicity in the Great Reset, the fact is that based upon countless comments from viewers who have watched his video on many online platforms, including dozens of subscribers who wrote into me after having watched Corbett, these documents were both treated as factual.

Just to be clear with the many people who were confused about this: the Canadian-US Joint Declaration does not exist.

Despite this, I share interview because the willingness to believe that every nation is controlled by a sociopathic oligarchy out to kill us is tied to a deep cultural sickness of nihilism, pessimism and the belief that humanity is intrinsically corrupt and doomed. That level of cynicism is attractive partially because it alleviates each of us from having to take responsibility for righting injustices or risking our personal security in order to intervene upon an evil self-destructive system (for how could we make something Good which is evil by its very nature?)

This cynical way of thinking also appeals to our own tendency to wish to remain voyeurs watching and commenting upon reality as if each of us were not also integrated into the system which we were voyeuristically trying to watch as if it were reality TV.

My preliminary written remarks (which I feature here below) were shared by our mutual friend Joaquin Flores on his excellent Telegram Channel (T.me/NewResistance), and the discussion with Hrvoje are also featured below.

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Preliminary Thoughts Upon Watching Corbett’s new Viral Video ‘Shocking Document Reveals Trudeau (Putin and Xi’s) Real Plan’

My preliminary reaction after watching this argument is a bewilderment that Corbett is completely incapable of ever looking at what Russia or China are actually doing in terms of actions which undermine the depopulation agenda. There are currently the largest development projects now underway pulling over 1 billion out of poverty led by China’s Belt and Road Initiative which is in total opposition to the depopulation program yet it’s like none of that exists.

Another paradox that Corbett seems to be happy ignoring: if all sides are all controlled and have been so long, then why didn’t the oligarchy get their technocratic feudalism a LONG time ago. I mean George Soros had his own agent (Zhao Ziyang) in thee highest position of power in China ready to privatize everything under the fourth industrial revolution (in 1983!!) So why was that agent arrested with his allies (a few who evaded arrest by sneaking off to the USA and Canada) and Soros given a lifetime ban from China?

All of Russia was brought under total control during the privatization 1990s of Yeltsin with NATO and Soros taking control of the entire post Soviet space. Today Soros is banned and many of the leading Russian oligarchs created during that time are in sanctuary in London and Florida. Why? Why didn’t that level of influence continue? Why did oligarchs get sent to prison and see their privatized state assets re-nationalized? Why did Russia not let the Syrians get the Iraq treatment or let Venezuela get a regime change in favor of WEF agent Juan Guaido? Why not let Kazakhstan get a Soros regime change treatment a couple of months ago? Why promote National banking when the oligarchy wants all central banks private?

Yes AI and digital currency will be used by Eurasia, but what is their function?

How is the system functioning differently in which such things would be used? Are digital currencies or AI intrinsically evils or is there a principle of function, design and intent that determines whether tools will be used to enslave or support human life?

I get really annoyed with pattern-formation thinking advocated by alt media black pilled libertarian commentators who appear to have giddy-fetishes for dissecting evil to such an extreme degree that when evidence of the Good is right in front of their face, their polarized intellectual lenses cannot see it.

Im going to write something on this with the title “so you’re too smart to hope” or “an ode to the black pilled”

Supplementary Reading Material for those Hungry for More Context:

The Collision of Two Opposing Green Destinies

The Multipolar Alliance as the Last Line of Defense of the UN Charter

How China’s Gorbachev Was Flushed in 1989

Who is Creating a New Chinese Boogey Man? (An Examination of Modern Psychological Warfare)

Beijing, Five Eyes or Something Else: Who’s to Blame for the Covid Pandemic

Today’s Emergencies Act, and Anti-Russian False Flags Echo the Gouzenko Hoax That Unleashed the Cold War

Do Xi Jinping’s Davos Remarks Prove He is a Globalist Shill? “By their fruits ye shall know them”

Debunking Anti-Chinese Psy Ops Part 1: Social Credit as Distasteful Necessity in an Age of Asymmetric Warfare

Debunking Anti-Chinese Psy Ops Part 2: Opium, Synthetic Cults and the Haunting of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom

Debunking Anti-Chinese Psy Ops Part 3: Jesuits, Tavistock and the Battle for the Soul of China

Matthew Ehret is the Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Patriot Review , and Senior Fellow at the American University in Moscow. He is author of the ‘Untold History of Canada’ book series and Clash of the Two Americas. In 2019 he co-founded the Montreal-based Rising Tide Foundation .

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The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of this site. This site does not give financial, investment or medical advice.

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Misha
Misha
March 23, 2022
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I think that James Corbett is one of the best investigative journalists ever, but he may have got this one wrong and I have many of the same questions and doubts as Matthew Ehret on this particular thesis. I want to emphasize the word “may” because I have so much respect for Corbett’s work. However, I would never go as far as Ehret in his second last paragraph of insults and disrespect. Corbett deserves an apology from Ehret on this.

Misha
Misha
Reply to  Matthew Ehret
March 23, 2022

Ok, so if Corbett is not one of those alt media black pilled libertarian commentators that you mention, what is the relevance of that ad hominem attack to your article?

Steve Brown
Steve Brown
Reply to  Misha
March 23, 2022

The allegation that China and Russia are somehow cooperating with Klaus Schwab and the collective west to enforce the ‘great reset’ is worse than nonsensical; that allegation also ignores history, and even fundamental reason… as Ehret has to some extent written about. In my opinion the means to debunk such nonsense as Corbett has presented is to simply ignore it. Meanwhile Mr Ehret introduces some other agenda here by reducing the overall debate to a matter of ‘Austrian school libertarianism’ ideology gone wrong per se (at least in the comments here) which strikes me as exceedingly bizarre.. Perhaps that’s simply… Read more »

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platon
platon
Reply to  Steve Brown
March 24, 2022

i have not read the article because… fish and white wine, but why do I think that Ehret did not use the term you ascribe to him: “all ‘nihilist ideological evil’ in the world”?
I know I could end up with ‘fish on my face’ but I am ready for that.

Eric Zuesse
Reply to  Misha
March 24, 2022

I exposed Corbett’; extreme untrustworthiness here: https://archive.ph/5Qccc

Leif Sachs
Leif Sachs
March 23, 2022

Regardless of whether James Corbett is correct or incorrect on this topic, it’s an important debate worth having in the alternative community. Important enough to be waged respectfully, without resulting to ad hominems. My personal take is that the answer is not a fully binary yes or no, and that it is simply too early to tell, as Ze Grrreat Rrreset is still in the process of crystallizing. (Yeah, fence-sitting is boring, I know.) There is a strong tendency of reducing governments to heads of states, and none more so than in the cases of Russia and China. This oversimplification… Read more »

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platon
platon
Reply to  Leif Sachs
March 24, 2022

Corbett’s article is facetious …to the point of near-meaninglessness.

Sam
Sam
March 23, 2022

Corbett goes beyond the Austrian school – which itself is an ideology utterly unfit for the realities of a fallen world. its obsession with freedom in economics and finance is childish to the point of being ridiculous; their recipe has always led to corporate-fascism taking over any country where the seed of “freedom of markets” has been planted, be it the UK, the US, Europe, Chile, etc. It cannot be otherwise. But Corbett’s ideology ends in anarchism, as he has openly participated in meetings of like-minded people. Such ideas cannot find common ground with any ordered form of government, because… Read more »

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Steve Brown
Steve Brown
Reply to  Sam
March 23, 2022

The history of cartel capitalism and monopoly State Capture cannot be denied, where that history has been seen in the collective west for as long as any of us have been alive. To say that the Austrian school’s opposition to cartel monopoly capitalism and Hayek’s associated theory of totalitarian finance is ‘childish’ and ‘ridiculous’ is in itself overly simplistic. It’s true that free markets do not truly exist. The reason for that is mired in the history of governments who have given us war and inflation for the past 100+ years, and given us alchemy economics for 50+ years. All… Read more »

Sam
Sam
Reply to  Steve Brown
March 24, 2022

“By their fruits thou shall know them” Economists and financial experts of every persuasion will cook up all sorts of elaborate ideas and plans in order to serve their pre-established notions of effectiveness, convenience or possibility. Where is the fundamental premise of the greater good for the greater number? or the most effective method for the greatest result? Is it through the mockery of “trickle down economics”? (That’s a brazen smirk at the deplorables – here are a few crumbs, you mobs) It is not through “free market” and “free trade”. “Free market” leads inexorably to monopoly capitalism, as the… Read more »

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platon
platon
March 24, 2022

Hi Matthew. I wanted to write this response as James got my hackles up. I think he needs some R&R behind the front lines for awhile… perhaps in Belgorod.
I think he ‘dropped the ball’ on this one.
Can’t read it now, wine to drink and fish to cook for herself and me, but your article is top of my list of must-reads’.

Dan
Dan
March 24, 2022
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Say what you want about James Corbett (and you do), but at least he DOESN’T censor comments by picking & choosing which ones will be published ..and which ones WON’T.

David
David
March 24, 2022

I love listening to both Corbett and Ehret. Both sharp fellas who know much about what’s going down. Both have blind spots, and I tend to lean more toward Corbett’s gloom and doom model, although I am a huge fan of Putin, especially in this glorious effort in Ukraine to destroy the nest of vipers in Kiev and retake much of Ukraine back into Russia. This is a certain disaster for the World State model in the fevered minds of the western neolibs/neocons, so in that I’m with Ehret. Corbett’s review of Putin’s troubling flirtations and dealings with Schwab and… Read more »

norecovery
norecovery
March 24, 2022
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I am no intellectual nor historian, but I use a simple yardstick to judge: do leaders and their regimes strive to help the “little guy” or do they only promote the “fat cats” through their policies? It’s clear to me that Putin and Xi are the “good guys” in that context.

Eric Zuesse
Reply to  norecovery
March 24, 2022

That’s the bottom line, isn’t it? (Well put.)

j t
j t
March 24, 2022

It’s so good to hear Matthew’s clear thinking and historical perspective on this. I, too, give a lot of credit to James for his investigations and insights, but his understanding and insight and experience in this area falls far short of Matthew’s, IMO. So, Matthew, thank you so much for your response to his throwing Putin and Xi, and Trump for that matter, into the witches’ cauldron of the globalist cabal simply because of some level of agreement with words on a paper. Please do write another piece about this. And do keep in mind, as I’m sure you do… Read more »

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