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Canadian journalist, lecturer and historian, Matthew Ehret joins Seth Holehouse to give us an empowering historical perspective on the fairly frantic precipice where we find ourselves today.

Matt has such a wonderful talent for making history exciting and relevant to us in the present and he has such a mastery of the topic of the enemies of humankind, that to hear him break it down is exhilarating and cathartic and very worthy of your precious time.

Matt cautions against locating the causality of evil, whether now or in the past in something ethnic or genetic. However, without using the specific term, he does say that the Black Nobility forms a major component of the enemies of humanity.

European aristocratic families known as the Black Nobility control the Vatican and all of the major religions and cults, the world’s governments, their militaries and intelligence agencies; the corporations, the Khazarian Mafia (aka “Court Jews”) and all of the major criminal gangs and drug cartels who have now taken over the US Southern Border, aspects of many of local state governments and federal agencies.

The Black Nobility is the foundation of the global crime syndicate that controls this planet.

These same lineages have been infiltrating, building, milking, destroying and at war with America since Day 1.

Matt begins by talking about how the American Revolution of 1776 was a watershed miracle in world history and then asking why did it fail in France?

It’s an interesting question, being that the French had actively supported the American Revolution, philosophically, with supplies, financially and with troops.

The problem for the everyday French citizen is that their territory is an ancient roost for these enemies of humanity and the same goes for most countries on the planet.


Matt says, “Benjamin Franklin’s collaborators – he had worked for decades to organize a network of trustworthy leaders across France, after the success of the American Revolution, who would go back and replicate the successes in the Old World – and it failed!”

He says that things went kinetic in just a few months in 1789 and before you knew it, all of these key figures who had played a role in making the American Revolution a success were in prison or beheaded.

Something happened that had turned the French Revolution into a Jacobin bloodbath of Mob Rule, where all scientists were dubbed “elitists” and got their heads chopped off.

After 5 years of civil war, so many thousands of people were killed that anyone with qualifications was dead and the vacuum had to be filled by something – and that something was Napoleon, who was funded by the Rothschilds, aka the City of London bankers.

Napoleon proceeded to wage war in Europe for 23 years, souring the people on any idea of a “republic”, causing them to yearn for any kind of stability – and this resulted in the Restoration of the Bourbon Monarchy – and the restoration of an oligarchical, autocratic model.

“Problem-Reaction-Solution”, as David Icke is wont to say.

The Bourbons are probably the apex predators of the Black Nobility, in my opinion.

After that, there was a massive clampdown across Europe, with the Carlsbad Decrees, where art and literature were censored and banned as “insurgent” and all of the freedom-loving, industrious Germans and other Europeans left for America, much to the latter’s benefit, greatly helping to build-out the infrastructures of the young nation.

The oligarchical combine telegraphs its activities at institutions that are familiar to us, such as the World Economic Forum, the Bilderberger Group, The Royal Institute of International Affairs (aka Chatham House), etc.

Matt notes, “Henry Kissinger, just as he was being brought into the Bilderberger Group in the 1950s, he had already been a student under William Yandell Elliott, the Rhodes Scholar/ controller who ran the Chatham House-of-Harvard operation in the USA.”

He explains how Rhodes Scholars are brainwashed at Oxford and sent back to various parts of the world to work toward a One World Government – which really means to restore the British Empire – and to undermine such things as the American Revolution or any other nation-state desirous of exercising its sovereignty.

He continues, “So, that’s the way the Rhodes Scholarship system has kind of worked over the past century and Kissinger’s mentor was one of these high-level operatives who trained Zbigniew Brzezinski, Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Samuel P Huntington.

“So Kissinger, the first thesis that he writes, that becomes his entry into the higher clubs is his assessment of the Congress of Vienna of 1815, which he points out is the high point of human civilization, which we should aspire to organize the current drive for a New World Order in the 1950s, when he’s writing this, is the role model of the Congress of Vienna.

“So, a lot of people don’t realize the meaning of the weight of what that means, because that defines everything he does for the next 70 years of his overly-productive, evil life.

“Really, it’s this idea – and he goes through it – of what Castlereagh-Metternich, the oligarchical high command, they were able to create a system of maximum stasis, no change, maximum control – at least, for a period – of an elite class of masters to lord over a bigger class of slave families within a system of relative agreement to keep populations – and thoughts – in a cage.

“So that’s the revamping that he was carrying out under people like David Rockefeller, Nelson Rockefeller, who brought him into the Rockefeller Commission of 1956 that ran the Rockefeller Report, which is still classified but we’ve got certain sanitized public executive summaries that have been released, basically going through ‘How will America be converted into or play a role in the New World Order, which again, Nelson Rockefeller, David Henry Luce, the Time Magazine big Fascist. They’re all part of this committee. Laurence Rockefeller is a key guy and Kissinger, that’s one of his first gigs.

“And this is the thing: We’re always played Left vs Right; the Jacobins vs the Girondais…they just play people off each other with these techniques of the human condition.

“With that, one is able to better get into what is behind the Middle East, all of the problems of the Middle East, going back to the 1890s, when the British High Command started putting on a lot of hardcore anti-Semitic Fascists, like Lord Balfour, who despised the Jews, were all putting into motion a project to try to convince the Jews to all go live in the desert in a very volatile, controlled zone.

“Lord Balfour, Lloyd George, Lord Chamberlain, Lord Milner – the controller of the Round Table, the co-author of the Balfour Accords, they’re all anti-Semites who despise the Jews, they want to purge the world of Jews – except for ‘good’ Jews, who are more adaptive to the type of oligarchical cultural mode that they want to create – and they work with certain people like Walter Rothschild, who’s a useful moneybags – but never lives in Israel. Never. Never!

“He bought land there to try to help other Jews on the lower rungs go there but he never lived there. No Rothschild lived in Israel! Because it was never supposed to be something that was going to be a stable area.

“It was designed – you’re going to go into a region and then create a geopolitical zone of chaos around which the major civilizational states of the world; Asia, Africa, Russia, Eurasia, Central Asia, Europe, all intersect in this little teeny zone off the Mediterranean. It’s a geopolitical pivot…that’s how they see it.


“So, any ideology you can cultivate, that will maximize chaos in that zone will ensure a better divide-to-conquer strategy, so that no danger of civilizational states working together in opposition to an imperial force will ever occur.


“In my view, there’s a material component to the oligarchy that does tie into primarily the old families of Europe, like the old nobilities.

“Some of them are monarchs, other ones just happen to be part of the lords and various noble families of Italy, especially, some of whom can go trace their lineage back to Emperor Claudius, like the Orsini family; many doges, leading members of the Roman Senate – of the Roman Empire – have a direct continuity of leading families who are inheritors of what are called “family fondi”, the family trusts that are what keep and maintain the multigenerational traditions amongst these governing classes – which is unfortunate, because I think a lot of these children are highly abused and groomed to become broken of something human in order to become managers of the system that they were born into. It’s kind of a sick thing…

“They’ve developed certain necessary arts of infiltration and perversion-of-anything – whether it’s the Christian matrix, the Muslim, the Jewish – anything that’s an institution, religious or political, they have certain techniques that I’ve already been alluding to, that will be applied to turning it into its opposite or bring out the worst elements of anything, to destroy it from within – or just use it for a period before destroying it for its benefit.”


Kind of like what they’re doing to their the West, right now!

Matt explains that what the oligarchy simply wants to do is to bring back feudalism and to undermine any type of faith in a monotheistic, reasonable, loving Creator, such as expressed in Christianity and in movements within other Abrahamic faiths, where God is seen not as a tyrant but as a reasonable, loving God, who we should act in that image.

“And every time we do that, things go pretty well for humans and go worse for the Oligarchy,” he says.

I won’t transcribe the whole thing but I assure you that if you like what you read so far, it gets even better!

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    The Western Christian world didn’t get the Old Testament until 1500 years after the birth of Jesus. By then Christendom had been brain-washed and thought the genocidal Yahweh was the God of Creation and the father of Jesus Christ.
    In his book “God and the State”, Bakunin declared:
    “Of all the good gods who have ever been worshiped by men, Yahweh is the most jealous, the most vain, the cruelest, the most unjust, the blood-thirstiest, the most despotic and the one who is most hostile against human dignity and liberty… ”

    Another reason why Bakunin later distanced himself from Marxism was that it was a further development of Judaism.

    For Yahweh gave the Jews the right to steal the lands of others
    (Deuteronomy 6:10-13, 6:18-19, 7:172 2).

    Yahweh gave the Israelites the right to commit genocide, to totally annihilate the peoples whose lands they had the God-given right to take as their own.
    (Deuteronomy 7:16)

    Yahweh gave the Israelites the right to “destroy them (other peoples) with a mighty destruction until they be destroyed”
    (Deuteronomy 7:23)

    Yahweh gave the Israelites the right to murder and plunder other races of their property.
    (Exodus 3:20-22)

    Yahweh has made the Israelites a “holy” people, a master race among other races.
    (Deuteronomy 7:6)

    So that there is no mistaking it for a lurid portrait of the Devil, read Yahweh’s own signature upon it:
    “I am Yahweh which exercise loving-kindness, judgment and righteousness in the earth: for in these things I delight” (Jeremiah. 9, 24).
    From “In the beginning” of Genesis, to the closing blast,
    “Lest I come and smite the earth with a curse,” of Malachi,
    there is not to be found one single good, honest, true, faithful, decent, or righteous action which it is even alleged that this Hebrew Yahweh ever did or thought of doing.

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    The Jewish role in the formation and leadership of Scottish Rite Masonry
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    The Craft: How the Freemasons Made the Modern World
    By John Dickie
    Hodder & Stoughton 496pp £25

    What do Genghis Khan, cotton, clocks, urban conflagration, Asia, gold, American indigenes, God, the pen, 1946, Jane Austen, the Inquisition, forced migrations, chemistry, prophecy, communism, Cesare Beccaria and the Battle of Midway have in common? You may have guessed it – they all ‘made the modern world’. Publishers seem never to tire of that catchy titular phrase, and who can blame them? Not only does it serve up history the way we like it – leading the past straight to us – but it has the added advantage of non-falsifiability. For surely everything has helped to make the modern world, including the world that was old.

    That is certainly true of the Freemasons, who, as scholars have shown in considerable detail, did their part. John Dickie, the author of an international bestseller on the history of the Sicilian Mafia and an authority on modern Italy, draws on their work with a judicious eye to tell an engaging tale of freemasonry’s fortunes from its beginning to the present day. The book may bear something of a hackneyed subtitle and cover what, to professional scholars at least, is largely familiar ground. But Dickie hasn’t written this book for professional scholars (even though he is one himself) and the result, happily, is a work that is sweeping, synthetic, finely crafted and freshly conceived.

    There is a lot to tell, and Dickie manages to impose order on what might otherwise have proved a sprawling study by organizing each chapter around a particular city that intersects with the history of the Freemasons. He might have begun in Edinburgh in the late 16th and early 17th centuries, or in London in the early 18th, for it was in those places that the Freemasons really got off the ground, building a loose but effective network of lodges that functioned originally as a kind of guild for the elite of the building trades and workers in ‘free-stone’, the fine-grained sandstone or limestone that gave Freemasons their name. Dickie doubles back to those cities in the third and fourth chapters of the book, chronicling the gentrification of the early lodges and the complex myth-making that accompanied it, featuring, not least, invented ties to the master builders of Solomon’s temple.

    Yet the book begins in Lisbon in 1743, with the infamous tale of John Coustos, a Swiss Freemason apprehended, tried and tortured by the Portuguese Inquisition for peddling what was coming to be known among adepts as the ‘Craft’. Coustos proved to be a brilliant publicist and made the most of his misfortunes, publishing back in London upon his release a lurid, self-serving and much exaggerated account of his trials, The Sufferings of John Coustos for Free-Masonry. The Craft’s first martyr, he became a celebrity and a sensational symbol for the causes it would claim: tolerance, rational inquiry, cross-border cosmopolitanism, relative equality and enlightened faith.

    But the Freemasons also stood for secrecy behind closed doors. They even took a pledge to kill any brother who divulged sworn mysteries. Little matter that the secret was the secret itself: no great revelations lie at the Craft’s heart, Dickie notes, beyond a few homespun truths. But if its elaborate cult of secrecy turns out to be a ‘ritual fiction’, it has been no less effective for that. Secrecy is seductive, drawing in the curious and binding together insiders in a spirit of privileged concealment. For the very same reason, freemasonry sparked from early on the lurid imagination of the suspicious, who, like Lisbon’s Inquisitors, could never seem to get a satisfying answer. Just what were those masons really up to? Sodomy? Atheism? Satanic rites? The questions have never fully gone away.

    Seldom has anything so saucy or sinister been discovered behind the temple walls. Indeed, as Dickie emphasises, the masons’ most common activities – drinking (not infrequently in prodigious volume), socialising, networking for contacts and preferment, and looking out for kith and kin – are comparatively innocent pastimes. True, the lodges were exclusively male spaces, at least in the Anglo-American context (in France and the Netherlands, there were female lodges, a fact that Dickie acknowledges but plays down). But if in this respect the masons were not wholly modern, in other ways they were, so much so that Coustos’s Inquisitors may be excused their suspicions (if not their methods). For, in truth, as historians such as the pioneering Margaret Jacob have shown, the masons did embrace a set of values and practices that were at odds with those of staunch defenders of tradition. They promoted religious tolerance, pluralism and freedom of conscience, along with a formal egalitarianism among its members, who without rejecting hierarchy and differences of status treated fellow members as persons of equal dignity and worth. The masons also encouraged learning and scientific inquiry, supported charitable works and fostered a pragmatic and utilitarian approach to business. Their lodges served as laboratories for a kind of practical constitutionalism that gave members training in proto-democratic forms of self-organisation and self-government. In these ways, freemasons, like everybody else, made their contribution to the modern world.

    Their example was quickly taken up around the world. Already by the time of Coustos’s arrest, freemasonry was well on its way to becoming a great British export, spreading like Shakespeare, football and Marmite around the world. Dickie is good on this advance and on the masons’ broad appeal. He devotes chapters to their vogue in Paris, Naples, Charleston and Washington, DC, and to their many celebrated members, including the Duke of Orléans, George Washington and Joachim Murat, Napoleon’s brother-in-law and for a time king in southern Italy. He also explores the appeal of the masonic model among African-Americans, who formed lodges and assistance networks of their own, and among revolutionaries like the Carbonari, who adopted the masons’ forms, even as they turned against them. And he offers as well rich chapters on the appeal of the brotherhood in various parts of the British Empire, India above all, and its astonishing popularity in the United States, where by the 1960s nearly one in twelve adult males was a mason and the Craft could boast an illustrious membership, including such presidents as Franklin D Roosevelt, Harry Truman and Lyndon Johnson.

    The story of freemasonry is not all fraternal handshakes and matey slaps on the back, of course. Secrecy may be seductive, but it can also provoke wild speculation of a kind that didn’t end with the Portuguese Inquisition. Amid the violent upheavals of the French Revolution, the displaced Catholic priest Augustin Barruel could be heard denouncing revolutionary events as the consequence of a mischievous plot hatched by the brotherhood. Barruel provided little evidence for his claims, largely because there was none. But he did offer in his spectacularly successful book on the subject a template of supposed masonic machinations that has been recycled ever since. Dickie devotes some of his best chapters to this dark history of suspicion and persecution, with freemasons serving as scapegoats for Mussolini, Hitler and Franco, among many others. And today, freemasonry is banned everywhere in the Muslim world except Lebanon and Morocco.

    Yet if freemasons have often been victims, that doesn’t mean that their own history is without stain. Dickie lays bare the chequered nature of the masons’ past, grappling not only with their resistance to female membership but also with their role in facilitating imperial conquest in places like Australia and in perpetuating racism in the United States. He is well aware, too, of the way that the brotherly spirit can go horribly wrong, metastasising into organisations like the KKK or serving, as in postwar Italy, as a front for the Mafia.

    And yet at a time when masonic membership around the world is in decline and such forces as globalisation and the internet are ‘forcing us to rethink and reinvent a fundamental human need: community’, Dickie ends on a note of indulgence. We could do worse than contemplate how ‘a form of community born in an earlier global age’ grappled with ways to get along. In that he is surely right.

  • Yes, we are of the same mine.

    And about Kissinger. I dislike him much. He left POW’s in Cambodia, Louse, and Vietnam, and brought home those that could be controlled. Like, I have a terrible time remembering names, but you know who. Ran for President and became a political big wig. And a lier.
    And getting Russia and us to reduce our nuclear armament, that catapulted Israel to have the most.

    My, one of many, regret, that with all I know, no one listens to me and I have no way to do anything about the problems.

    You’re doing good. Keep it up. Never give up.

  • This narrative doesn’t seem to acknowledge that the USA became a corporation and that we are not under a Constitution. Would like his commentary on that.

  • I think Eret needs footnotes, references. Let’s just take the Rothschild’s who came to power right before the French Revolution, before that there was another banking family. They were probably influented by the Frankist cult that was in Offenbah when they were in Frankfurt. I don’t know how far back the noble families go—to Rome? I do know that when the Roman Empire “fell” the Pope became the most powerful leader in Italy with the Papal estates, etc. The Kings were always insecure because of their rebellious nobility—not sure where the “black nobility” comes into this. Some of the most powerful leaders were the Normans who were vikings that settled down. Don’t forget all the nobility came our of the German tribal kingships. Oops except for maybe the d’Este of Ferrara who were real aristocrats. The Medici were just rich people. The Normans with their slashing swords terrorized the Turkish tribesmen in the crusades. It may be true that the Rothschilds own Israel and never go there but that’s because they are on the cocktail party circuit. Every time I see them they are partying and they like party towns, not sure how party oriented Jerusalem is… You see the problem. For centuries Western Europe was a backwater and didn’t really come into the party world until later. Strong men all. Charlemagne, Otto, etc. etc. Bloodlines were way later, seriously. People didn’t even have last names.

  • Most people still don’t understand that the British set up that Zionist government. Everything going on is caused by the British Crown/government/aristocrats and old European families. I keep waiting for someone to redpill the world on the real history of the last 200 years and for people to wake up. Most people I know still think Iraq did 9/11 & all that carnage & death was justified. Most people I know still thing the UK is our friend. Worse, they seem incapable of changing their minds to accept the truth. There is something wrong with the great mass of people.

    • You’re right, Native Virginian.

      I’m a refrigeration mechanic. I was sitting on the floor of a restaurant behind the counter with the compressor pulled out, almost in my lap. This was for the pie case that wasn’t working well.

      Above the pie case was a TV. I just looked up when the 1st showing of the planes crashing into the towers.

      What words came out of my mouth? “What is the Government up to now?”.

      Those 2 planes were found in an abandoned air field with the same serial numbers. I think the planes in the film were Holograms.

  • So when are the good people in these organizations going to put their foot down? I listened to a youbtube criticizing the Skull and Bones and Masons, and I only wrote ” ok, so when are the good ones going to fight the bad ones” and I got kicked off.

  • Did he say no Rothschild ever bought land in Israel?

    Factually incorrect!

    Further, he is jumping around so much I’m having difficulty putting the pieces of his puzzle together. It’s history taught by the public education method, like drinking from a fire hose.

    I never was able to assimilate history that way and I doubt if anyone else can either. Not until I focused on one player at a time, learned all I could about them, before moving on to the next. Humans are incredibly complex! Maybe I’m somehow handicapped, but that way worked for me and the public ed method did not.

    Once I became acquainted with the players, they became like friends and neighbors to me. I knew how they thought and behaved, I actually knew them even though I never met them. At the end of the day isn’t this that what counts? It’s so much easier for me to remember their accomplishments this way instead of a disorganized gaggle of dates, places, names and slogans.

    Proof of my assertion would be for the viewer to write down what they learned just as soon as they finish viewing it all, which I didn’t by the way. How much of it can you take to your memory bank in a logical, easy to repeat way?

    We must learn history in a systematized, orderly fashion if we expect to not make major mistakes in judgment. For instance the medieval church establishments made much use of the word “heretic” to stigmatize anybody who disagreed on any particular point. But when you get to the bottom of most of those charges they often were little more than personal disagreements of interpretation.

    Sometimes people lost everything they owned, even their lives over what seems today like petty differences. We must guard against this, lest we fall victim to misunderstanding and manipulators.

    Our founding fathers understood this tyranny, it was all yet very fresh in their families collective minds.

    • Matt said that Walter Rothschild bought land in Israel to help other Jews go there but he never lived there, himself and that no Rothschild has ever lived in Israel because it was never supposed to be a stable area. It was designed to forever be a geopolitical zone of chaos.

      • Alexandra and JD,

        “ From: The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany (Vol 29)
        Dec 1829, pg 759—Baron Rothschild has engaged to fur-
        nish to the Turkish Sultan the enormous sum of 35,000,000
        piastres, on condition of the Sultan’s engaging, for himself
        and his successors, to yield to Baron Rothschild for ever the
        the sovereignty of Jerusalem, and the territory of ancient
        Palestine, which was occupied by the 12 tribes. The Baron’s
        intention is, to grant to the rich Israelites who are scattered
        about in different parts of the world, portions of that fine
        country, where he proposes to establish seigniories, and to
        give them, as far as possible, their ancient and sacred laws.
        —letter from Smyrna. “


        • …so that he could mass-sacrifice God’s Chosen as a burnt offering to the Elohim.

          Rothschilds are Satanists.

      • I stand corrected on this point, might have better said that at least two of them, Baron Edmond de Rothschild (1845-1934) and his wife are buried in Israel because of their direct involvement in creating a colonial Jewish state in the vacuum left by the Anglo/Arab defeat of the Turks. But my main complaint still stands, that too much random information fogs and befuddles the mind, er at least mine. 🙂

    • The Nazis helped Wealthy Jews get into Palestine…Read the “Transfer Agreement.” written by a Jewish scholar Edwin Black. This is Enlightening book! A must read for anyone who wants to know…If you are going to talk about the invasion of Palestine you “must” bring up the “Transfer Agreement” in addition to the Balfour Declaration, the rest is gravy…

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