I just discovered historian, Matthew Ehret last week and his penetrating historical perspective on our current predicament is so gratifying because now, we clearly understand that what’s happening to us now has been happening since 1776.
Ehret is the Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Patriot Review, a Senior Fellow at the American University in Moscow and author of the ‘Untold History of Canada’ book series. He joins Timothy Kelly’s Our Interesting Times podcast to ask how did the British Empire reconquer the USA during the 20th century and how are the methods of oligarchical control identical today, relative to those deployed two thousand years ago? What role did the Khazarian Empire play in world history and how do the Rothschilds relate to the deeper oligarchical structures of control which predate the rise of that dynasty during the mid 18th century?
He begins, “You have to understand that the British Empire never disappeared after World War II and not only that but the British Empire never forgave America ever for coming out victorious for the Civil War in 1865 under Lincoln. Not only that, the same British Empire – the individuals change, the generations pass but the institution is the same – the same institution of this oligarchy never forgave America for declaring independence and succeeding in that battle in 1776.
“So, there’s been an ongoing unifying principal of history, which one needs to have in their mind if they’re going to make sense of things like the Great Reset, the depopulation agenda; how is it that these Wall Street banks took over control of the US, enmeshed with the CIA, in this weird intelligence agency that was created in 1947 – that was when the CIA was created – and the FBI, which are two aspects of the same beast? The FBI, itself was created a little bit earlier in, I think 1909 under the first incarnation, as a secret police force.
“Are these things – Wall Street, is the military-industrial complex, are these intelligence agencies – are these American or is it something else?
“Anybody who looks a little bit under the surface can see pretty clearly and fairly quickly that the US has been consistently destroying itself and cannibalizing itself for over 50 years.
“We were just talking before the show began about the Vietnam War. That was a war of complete self-destruction. There was no benefit to the USA, which ended up getting its ass kicked. And it destroyed, really, emotionally the foundation of an entire generation that went through this insane war that had no reason to be, except to flood the nation with heroin, with existential nihilism, a lack of faith, a total destruction of faith in their government, in the Establishment; this is what a lot of the younger people came out of that experience with…
“If you really look at the economic self-destruction, those who actually ran the policies of the Post-Industrial Revolution…After ’71, you had a complete deregulation, floating-of-the-dollar, speculative system emerged and it became a nation-asset-stripping.
“So the US began outsourcing all of its heavy industry, its manufacturing, its factories and it began ceasing all investments into basic economic infrastructure.
“It all dropped off, by 90 or more percent. The space program was shut down. We retired, by 1973 space shuttles that were used to put human beings in space and to go to the Moon. All of that was retired. It was shut down, because the priorities were now on the consumer society, instead.
“That’s been, then willful self-destruction going on, for I think fifty years [1971-2021]…Is this the US doing it to itself? No. It’s really not. This is the same parasitical empire that killed JFK, that created an operation within the USA, itself, with the creation of Wall Street, which goes back…to really, the years, a little bit after the American Revolution.
“Aaron Burr, right before killing Alexander Hamilton, his enemy set up the Bank of Manhattan. The Bank of Manhattan became the foundation for Wall Street. You have to look at the fact that Aaron Burr was always, after killing Hamilton, what did he do? He avoided being arrested, because he was caught in a plot to break up the Union, back in 1807. And he tried three of four different plans to break up the Union and to a North-South, or when that failed, a Western Commonwealth versus Eastern Commonwealth. And he tried to do this on a variety of occasions.
“Was he a lone actor? No. He went immediately to Jeremy Bentham’s house [in England], for 5 years, he lived there, to avoid arrest inside of the United States. And then…on the cusp of the War of 1812, that’s when Aaron Burr was deployed back from Jeremy Bentham’s house. And for those that don’t know, Jeremy Bentham was the de facto head of British Intelligence…this is the kind of person with whom Aaron Burr found himself a bosom buddy…
“So, this is Aaron Burr, the former Vice-President of the United States was a British asset the entire time!…
“There were three types of Americans who responded to Benjamin Franklin’s initiative: You had those who were the real patriots, who put their names on the Declaration, who risked their lives – and did give their lives – for the creation of a new type of society that had never existed in reality before, with the Republic, as a nation founded upon the inalienable rights of each individual…[and] you had those that wanted to stay in the British Empire and they were called the United Empire Loyalist Americans and they basically left the United States, the 13 Colonies and they went to British-friendly territory in Quebec or Lower Canada – today’s Ontario and Quebec – and they created what is now English-speaking Canada. That was the second type. The third type is the one that’s often overlooked but it’s very important; it’s what Aaron Burr represented – or Albert Gallatin is another one – and there’s many others who chose to stay behind under the garb, the veneer of acting patriotic but they really were never.
“They were always part of the slave power, they were beholden, always to the interests of the British East India Company and the City of London and really, when you get down to the British Empire or understand it, it’s not so useful to think about it in the way that Hollywood movies in the ’60s tried to portray, with Michael Cain…not as goofy guys in red coats and big hats and “stiff upper lip”…
“The deeper, real, actual way that the Empire functioned was through the City of London, which…is still today the center of world finance, it’s the center of the global derivatives regulatory bodies.
“The City of London, itself is the zone of world control of the speculative global beast of globalization…It controls the Federal Reserve, for example and every other central bank, which is sort of beholden to the Bank for International Settlements, which was a British brainchild in the 1930s, ‘the central bank of central banks’.
“It was that, the British East India Company, that was a mercenary force with a private, corporate component to it. It was never about making money, per se, it was always about controlling the rules of the system so that the victims would be incapable of standing on their own two feet; they would always be dependent upon the Hobbesian Leviathan; that creature that was able to impose its will onto the weaker…
“So, inside of the United States, you had always this pro-British, traitorous group. This is what created Wall Street…”
Well, I’m not going to transcribe the nearly 3 hours of this video but I am going to tell you to listen to it! It is such an enlightening conversation about world history and how so much of it has been and continues to be a manipulation of the British Deep State, so much of everything we’ve witnessed all our lives makes sense! It’s completely worth every second of its 162-minute running time!