LIVE: Traditional Britain Conference: October 7th, London
Saturday, 7th October 2023 9:00am
This year's annual Traditional Britain Conference on October 7th in central London is now open for bookings, all are welcome, members and non-members alike.
As ever, we have brought together some leading speakers for you to engage with, on topics from immigration, population shift, geopolitics, arts and culture to the growth and potential of patriotic movements across Europe.
Due to the increase in dirty tricks by our political opponents and their friends in the Establishment, as ever we cannot disclose all of the names of our speakers here. You can see the quality of our past speakers on our YouTube channel or on our Metapedia page.
Our current speakers' list includes the following:
Dr. Neema Parvini - will discuss his new book ' The Prophets Of Doom', on "eleven thinkers who contradict the dominant linear and progressive view of history" (review). Neema has previously written the bestselling book 'The Populist Delusion' (review) discussed at our conference last year. He also runs a channel on the YouTube platform on cultural and intellectual issues, writes at Forbidden Texts at Substack and has his own academic learning website, The Academic Agency.
Alexander Adams - will discuss the place of art in our culture and how we can get beyond unserious and frivolous art and find a place for serious upholders of high culture, that will helps guide our civilisation in seeing the greater things. Alexander has written many books, including Culture War: Art, Identity Politics and Cultural Entryism (review); Artivism: The Battle for Museums in the Era of Postmodernism (review); Iconoclasm, Identity Politics and the Erasure of History, and a series of works on particular artists which can be found via his personal website. Alexander also caused a stir with his call in a recent pamphlet to abolish the Arts Council. He featured on mainstream media in the days following its release to make his case (eg. Daily Telegraph)
Leading Academic - A senior academic with an illustrious career will talk to us about population concerns, the issues with migrants supplying the workforce, the impact upon the general population and a consideration on what the future will look like for ancestral British people if we don't change course.
Leading representative of a central European parliament: this senior figure will describe the current situation in his homeland and the post-election outlook for his own party, who polls suggest will win the next election. He will look at the immigration threat and outline the scope of the actions a political party can effect on its own within the confines of the EU and global rights system and how his own party can be more effective than some other recently successful right-of-centre parties. He is fortunate of course, to have PR.
Geopolitics author - A presentation by the author of a new book on geopolitics who will discuss the dominance of USA-interests in European decision making, the history of geopolitical thought and the theories which inform this. He will look in particular at this subject through the topical lens of NATO and the Ukraine conflict to explain how powerful forces can bend nations to their own strategic objectives.
Carl Benjamin (AKA Sargon of Akkad) - the proprietor of the LotusEaters news and opinion site and a long-standing political activist and YouTuber will also address us. The speech subject will be added soon.
WHO, Top Down Centralisation - A New World author and movement leader will discuss recent moves from the Covid era towards increasing state control and international global governance policies that affect Western peoples. Citizen surveillance, financial digitisation, 'disinformation', information control etc.
One additional speakers will be added soon.
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Tickets are priced at £40 for non-members, £35 for full members and £30 for our Patrons & Students. The day will begin at 9am and ends around 5pm, with breaks for lunch (circa 1. p.m.), and with tea/coffees upon arrival and in the afternoon. After the formal conference is over, attendees can socialise and network at a nearby hostelry for the rest of the evening (venue TBA).
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