The Authors 2018-02-06T01:45:28+00:00


One of the hallmarks of our present economic system is that it highly rewards the purveyors of mediocrity, the bland, the untalented, while society’s real artists and intellectuals have to survive the challenges of “free market” forces. We lack the social structure to support those who struggle in the pursuit of their art. An author can spend months, even years writing a book of any merit, yet we complain if we have to pay more than the price of a ‘Happy Meal’ for the paperback edition.

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Keith Preston


Keith Preston was born in Lynchburg, and currently resides in Richmond, Virginia, USA. He received his BA in 2006, and his MA in History from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2009. A former member of the Industrial Workers of the World (the I.W.W), Preston was a founding member of the American Revolutionary Vanguard, and an advocate of “Pan-Secessionism” – the formation of an anti-state front, calling for the secession of power from national, state, city, and local levels.

Stephen Goodson


Stephen Mitford Goodson is a South African banker, author and politician. In 2012 he resigned as a director of the South African Reserve Bank after exposing fraud, and the theft of millions of dollars in gold transactions. In 2014 he stood as an Ubuntu Party candidate in the 2014 General Elections. In 2017 he was connected to the Public Protector’s Report regarding the proposal to reform the South African Reserve Bank.

Ricardo Duchesne


Born in Puerto Rico, Ricardo Duchesne studied History at McGill University and later at Concordia University, under the supervision of George Rudé. In 1994 he received a doctorate in Social & Political Thought at York University. In 1995, Duchesne was appointed assistant professor in the department of social science at the University of New Brunswick, where he has remained since.

Kerry Bolton


Kerry Bolton obtained a doctorate in Theology in 2007, and is the author of numerous articles, essays, and books. Bolton was an assistant editor of the scholarly journal Ab Aeterno (Athens). Other than having written hundreds of articles and pamphlets over the course of thirty years, his recent books include: The Decline and Fall of Civilisations, Stalin: The Enduring Legacy, The Psychotic Left, The Banking Swindle, and an introduction to Yockey’s Imperium.

Alexander Jacob


Alexander Jacob was born in Madras, India, and obtained his Master’s in English Literature from the University of Leeds and his Ph.D. in the History of Ideas from the Pennsylvania State University. His post-doctoral research was conducted at the University of Toronto while he was a Visiting Fellow in the departments of Political Science, Philosophy, and English Literature of the University of Toronto.

Victor Enriquez


Víctor Gómez Enríquez was born in Soller, Islas Baleares, Spain, and obtained a PhD in mathematical statistics from the Universidad Complutense in Madrid. He is the author of numerous articles on time series analysis, and co-author of a software package that is used at many statistical agencies and central banks worldwide. He has been a technical advisor for several public institutions, and is primarily interested in monetary systems.

Michael Arnheim


Michael Arnheim was born in Johannesburg, South Africa to an orthodox Jewish family. Educated at Witwatersrand University, he took a first-class B.A. in History and Classics at the age of 19, first-class Honours at 20 and an M.A. with distinction at the age of 21. He then attended St John’s College, Cambridge, obtaining a PhD at the age of 25. Michael Arnheim returned to Britain, where he was called to the Bar in 1988, specialising in civil litigation.

Jeffrey Hamm


Jeffrey Hamm was born in Ebbw Vale, Wales, and in 1935 while teaching at King’s School, Harrow, he joined Oswald Mosley’s British Union of Fascists. In 1939 he moved to the Falkland Islands to work as a teacher, but because of his BUF membership he was interned in 1940 under Defence Regulation 18B. After WW2 he became a leading figure in Oswald Mosley’s Union Movement, and lead the movement after Mosley’s retirement.

Oswald Mosley


Oswald Mosley was born in 1896, and after military service in WW1, rose to fame in the 1920s as a Member of Parliament. Under Prime Minister Ramsay McDonald he was given the task of resolving the unemployment problem. Unable to convince the cabinet and the City of London bankers to support his plans, he resigned from the government, and in 1932 he formed the British Union of Fascists. After his release from internment during WW2, he spent his life campaigning for the formation of a united Europe.

Oswald Spengler


Oswald Spengler was a German historian and philosopher, best known for his book The Decline of the West published in 1918, covering all of world history. Spengler’s model of history postulates that any culture is a superorganism with a limited and predictable lifespan, and that history is not “linear” but like all of nature it is cyclical – civilisations are born, blossom, decay and die. Spengler maintained that all previous cultures have passed through these distinct stages, and Western culture can be no exception.


Gottfried Feder was born in Würzburg, Germany in 1883. He was a founding member of the NSDAP and it was from attending one of Feder’s lectures that attracted Adolf Hitler into joining the party. Elected to the Reichstag in 1924, Feder was one of the principle economic theorticians behind the German economic recovery, but because of his anti-capitalist views by 1933 he had fallen out of favour with Hitler who sought the financial support of German industrialists. Gottfried Feder died in Bavaria in 1941 after a short illness.