““We shall not cease from exploration,
And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time.”
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I initially recorded this last month but have only just had chance to upload it. Unfortunately, over the last month my predictions in the video regarding the irrelevancy of slave trading as a basis for removing statues have been proven true. Slave trading is no longer the primary justification for the anti-white pogrom, whose scope […]
Perhaps it would be more fittingly described as the Summer of our Discontent.
About the Author
Charles De Apapis (various online aliases) is a writer, local historian, cultural enthusiast and genealogist. He is a Computer Programmer by trade.
Having previously been a writer of various sorts since childhood, Charles continued to write into his teens and became interested in broader subjects, including the purpose of culture, the meaning of society and spirituality, incorporating these topics into his own writing.
His greatest influences at the present time include J.R.R. Tolkien, T.S. Eliot, Julius Evola, Norman Lowell, the Counter-Enlightenment and Hindu Vedanta philosophy.
Charles founded the Chester Traditionalist Guild in 2019, as a means to encourage local interest in organic, patriotic Conservatism, philosophy and spirituality.
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