November 2012 – Dave Russell

The Araucana
(Translated by David Russell)

Canto I

(This is an account of the province of Chile and the state of Arauco, showing the customs and military practises of the natives; it describes the arrival of the Spanish, and the …

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October 2012 – Dave Russell

La Araucana

This is a 16th Century epic poem, in Spanish, describing the conflict between the Spanish and the Araucanian Indians in Chile. It was, in its time, a best-seller, on a par with Don Quixote. It gained the respect …

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September 2012 – Bernard M Jackson

Bernard M. Jackson

 
Finding Yours Selves by Trevor Innes
ISBN 978-1187495-36-6
First Published in 2011 by Survivors’ Press

 

The dream is so simple for a New Age.
Think of one human family,
where across the world your sisters …

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August 2012 – The Recusant

Editorials from The Recusant July and August

 

Robin de Bois

And here this editor finds himself again extending this editorial due to daily developments in the reality outside the Olympics Bubble-Sphere that is also absorbing 99% of our media …

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July 2012 – Andrew Duncan

Andrew Duncan on Joseph Mcleod

 

Who does not know Listen to Britain? In this classic montage-poem of the sounds of Britain in wartime, there is one moment which catches the instructed ear more than another: before the bit …

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