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Thursday, 18 December 2014

Radio 3 Fourteen December 17, 2014

Frank L. DeSilva - The Metaphysics of Blood & The Future Folk State
Frank DeSilva is the author of many articles, books, essays and poetry, which have accrued over a lifetime of intense searching, challenging the great Ideas of Politics, Philosophy, History, Social Science, and matters of race. His search for Truth has known no limits, and has often taken him into areas of life that few have traveled. We’ll discuss his belief that Race describes a unique and important aspect of the human species, and that each ethnic group must, at all costs, liberate themselves from that pernicious melding of the modern’s view of Globalism, which would deny all distinct life-forms from existing on the planet, turning true Diversity into that of the equality of the slave. Mr. DeSilva sees all these biological beings as being part of a greater spirituality, and the Metaphysics of ‘blood’ are a consistent and dominant theme throughout this interview. In this special 2 hour interview, we’ll explore concepts relating to folk consciousness, race culture, and the spirituality of race. We also discuss how modern thinking has led Western men and women down a divergent path. Now we have a culture developing beside our true one that is not based on nature. Then, we delve into Frank’s book Foundations for the 21st Century, a work designed to introduce the novice to the world of Ethno-Nationalism, that is, the Truth regarding Race as the primary force behind the forming of Nations and Political States. Frank shares his thoughts on what is important in the future folk state. Later, we discuss the notion of high culture and natural aristocracy among men and women. Frank closes with advice for younger generations.




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