The Rising Tide Foundation’s Matthew Ehret speaks with public banking advocate and lawyer Ellen Brown about American history, national banking, open vs closed systems and volume two of Clash of the Two Americas. TO BUY THE CLASH OF THE TWO AMERICAS VOL. 1 and 2, CLICK on the image below:
RT’s Renegade Inc Interviews Matt Ehret on the Nature of Open vs Closed Systems
In this episode of RT’s Renegade Inc, the Rising Tide Foundation’s Matthew Ehret discusses the clash of two paradigms vying for dominance in the wake of the oncoming financial collapse of the western system. Open vs Closed system thinking is explored as well as the history of open system (ie: creative) policy making in US…
C.S. Lewis’s Science Trilogy Explained with Cynthia Chung
In this episode of ‘Unreliable Narrators’ RTF President Cynthia Chung is invited to unpack C.S. Lewis’ Science Fiction Trilogy and its importance in understanding the causes and remedies of the problems of transhumanism, Malthusianism and the occult plaguing today’s world. Subscribe to the Unreliable Narrators Podcast here. Below is the Lecture Series Cynthia delivered on…
Is Philosophy Relevant in the Age of Science?
In this interview on Zain Khan Live, The Rising Tide Foundation’s Matthew Ehret, and renowned Pakistani philosopher Abdul Manan explore the relationship of philosophy and science with a focus on the figures of Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins, and Bertrand Russell. How do these popular philosophers fail to bridge the gap separating these two worlds? Are…
History Repeats Itself When You Believe in the Lie: Why a Multipolar Future is Viable
An Interview with Cynthia Chung on MittDolcino on the necessity for a multipolar world. Recommended Supplementary Video: Cynthia Chung’s Class “Why Russia Saved the United States”
Exploring the Scientific Fallacies (and Political Realities) Behind Darwinism
Matthew Ehret joins the Discovery Institute’s Dr. Gunter Bechly and talk show host Zain Khan for a lively discussion on the Darwin hoax, it’s political origins and why any honest scientist who cares about truth must recognize its invalidity in the face of empirical data.