Video: The Indoctrination of Ireland (and the World)

As noted yesterday, this website has been dormant for too long. We hope to correct this with fresh content soon. Meanwhile, I continue the process of updating the site by adding my recent YouTube videos here. Today we feature the most significant one I have ever made:

Let me just add to the above that I regret that comments have been perhaps sinfully neglected as well. I am most grateful and do mean to respond.

I lack time to say much more now, but will simply paste in the following description given at my YouTube channel here:

This video is not only about Ireland. As the presenter, Roger Buck says:

“This feels for me the most important video I have yet done. It is both a political statement – and very, very much a personal one. I have bared more of my soul in this one than any other.

In the wake of the tragic abortion referendum this year, I have needed to confront the indoctrination of once Catholic Ireland like never before.

In that inner process, indeed inner revolution, the legacy of the great G.K. Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc has guided me. What has resulted is a very wide-ranging exploration of apparently very disparate elements, including:

* Irish Mysticism and British Materialism

* The Easter Rising of 1916 and Catholic Ireland

* Carroll Quigley, Conspiracy and the Anglo-American Establishment

* George Soros

* The Economist and other cesspits

* The Alt-Right

* Liberalism vs. Conservativism

* Katy Perry

* Tragedy and Hope

* and, of course, the Chesterbelloc and its alternative Catholic and Distributist vision to Capitalism.

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One Comment

  1. John
    Posted 9 November 2018 at 00:12 | Permalink


    Thank you for this post. I was searching for something on Findhorn and I found you and your blog/videos. I had spent time at Findhorn in 1996 through 1999 via courses, culminating in a Touch the Earth course. Eventually married at Findhorn in a wedding that soon devolved. Born Catholic but dropped out of it and have been on a `new age’ pursuit for many years. Finding your work may be of no accident.

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