Traditional Britain Conference! London, October 21st 2017
Saturday, 21st October 2017 9:30am
Join us at a prestigious venue in central London on Saturday, 21st October for the premier annual conservative and traditionalist event of the year – the Traditional Britain Group Conference.
This day-long conference will bring together members and supporters alike to listen to a range of speakers from across the traditionalist, conservative and identitarian spectrum, many of whom are new faces for the TBG.
Following the conference is an opportunity to socialise, have a drink and discuss the day’s themes with like-minded individuals in a friendly and stimulating environment.
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Our speakers will include:
Lord Sudeley will be presiding.
Reverend Dr Peter Mullen will address the conference on the subject of "Has The Church of England A Future?" He is a priest of the Church of England and former Rector of St Michael, Cornhill and St Sepulchre-without-Newgate in the City of London. He has written for many publications including the Wall Street Journal.
Anne Marie Waters is the director of Sharia Watch UK and a candidate for the UKIP leadership. She will be a well-known face to many having made many media appearances as an outspoken critic of the creeping Islamification of Britain and the spread of Sharia law. A former Labour Party activist she has stood in both council and general elections for Labour and UKIP. No doubt Anne Marie will give us the lowdown on her campaign for UKIP leadership, whatever the outcome! Anne-Marie Waters' campaign website can be viewed here.
Alexander Boot is a well-known conservative author who described himself as a "writer, critic and polemicist". He will address us on the subject of "The Corruption of Our Culture by Modernity". He spends his time between London and Burgundy, where he is writing his latest book. His thought provoking essays and links to purchase his longer written work can be found on his website.
A leading continental Identitarian will speak to us as a representative of the growing European political grouping 'Generation Identity'. They will outline the growth of their movement, the ideals behind it and the difficulties intentionally placed in their way. For exactly this reason, we are - for now, at least, with our pretend 'Conservative' government - not disclosing the individual concerned. An outline of the roots and beliefs of the 'Identitarians' can be found here.
Dr. Frank Ellis, a Russian expert, will address the conference on “The relationship between Russia and the West today”. He is a former lecturer in Russian and Slavonic Studies at the University of Leeds. He is the author of Vasily Grossman: The Genesis and Evolution of a Russian Heretic (1994), From Glasnost’ to the Internet: Russia’s New Infosphere (1999), The Macpherson Report: ‘Anti-Racist’ Hysteria and the Sovietization of the United Kingdom (2001), Political Correctness and the Theoretical Struggle: From Lenin and Mao to Marcuse and Foucault (2004), Marxism, Multiculturalism and Free Speech (2006), The Eastern Front through the Eyes of Soviet and Russian Novelists (2011), The Stalingrad Cauldron: Inside the Encirclement and Destruction of the 6th Army (2013) and, most recently, Barbarossa 1941: Reframing Hitler’s Invasion of Stalin’s Soviet Empire (2015). In September 2017 he produced a long essay for the TBG’s website deconstructing and demolishing Baroness Sayeeda Warsi’s book The Enemy Within:A Tale of Muslim Britain.
More speakers will be announced in due course…
Tickets are only £35 (incl. PayPal fees) if booked before September 30th, and £40 thereafter, including morning and afternoon tea and coffee and full day access. Students are entitled to tickets at just £28 (incl. PayPal fees).
Patron Club Member tickets are only £30 if booked before September 21st and £35 thereafter. We have also absorbed the PayPal fees. This includes reserved seating if requested.
Patron club members are also invited to join our speakers and committee for lunch at a nearby restaurant on the day of the conference.
In the evening the conference will be followed by drinks at a nearby venue.
Venue details will be confirmed late afternoon on the day preceding the event. The venue is easily accessible via public transport and is located in central London in a pleasant and upscale area.
Dress code is smart casual. Gentlemen should wear a jacket, ties are not obligatory.
We look forward to seeing you on what will be an exhilarating and fascinating day of talks and discussion.
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Restrictions: booking is open to all, although we reserve the right to ensure our registrants are of best intent to ensure the smooth running of the day. To this end we very occasionally restrict entry.
We hope to see you on the day! Come along and support us: Book now.