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Traditional Britain Group Dinner 2015

With the writer on music Stuart Millson before the dinner John Kersey was the invited speaker at the Traditional Britain Group Annual Dinner at the Royal Over-Seas League on 12 September 2015. Here is the speech given on that occasion: … Continue reading

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John Kersey on Legacy

Christmas talk to the Traditional Britain Group, December 2014. It is said that Dom Paul Neville, Headmaster of Ampleforth College from 1924 to 1954, was at a meeting of the Headmasters’ Conference. The theme of discussion was preparation for life, … Continue reading

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“Music and Culture” – Traditional Britain Group Conference 2014

Why does today’s Western art music strive so conspicuously for cultural relevance? Why are many of our university music faculties more concerned with cultural theory than with applied music? Why have we lost confidence in historical and applied models of … Continue reading

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Traditional Britain Conference 2014 – The Basis of Culture?

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Traditional Britain Seminars 2014

http://traditionalbritain.org/content/traditional-britain-seminars-2014-john-kersey-was-enoch-right On the 8th March the Traditional Britain Group will be hosting a half day event, titled ‘Traditional Britain Seminars 2014’ at a prestigious club in central London from 1pm until 6pm, followed by an evening social until late. For … Continue reading

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Can aristocracy and its feudal roots offer a prospect and model for secessionist solutions to the present crisis in Britain?

A paper by John Kersey published by the Traditional Britain Group A functioning aristocracy is fundamental to a traditionalist society, and its structures and concepts have greatly influenced the development of British society over the centuries. In this paper, I … Continue reading

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Traditional Britain Group Conference 2013

Preserving the substance of a nation: the role of a traditional conservative counter-establishment The Traditional Britain Group describes itself as a traditional conservative organization that is concerned with radical thinking. I want to outline each of these elements for you … Continue reading

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