3 October, 2015

Book of the Month

Posted by Socrates in Book of the Month program, book selections, books, Revilo P. Oliver, Socrates, Yockey at 1:09 pm | Permanent Link

“Imperium” by Francis Parker Yockey, with a forward by Revilo P. Oliver. [a .PDF file].

  • 3 Responses to “Book of the Month”

    1. Joe Says:

      I hope this is one Alex will tackle in his Learning College series. I know it would be a challenge, but well worth it.

    2. -jc Says:

      Free downloasd and hyperlinks to hardcopy sources, the Colchester Collection is a work in progress.


    3. -jc Says:

      “No other work in defense of the West possesses the eloquence, erudition, passion and mystique of Imperium. This prophetic masterwork is at once a clarion call to arms in defense of Europe and the West, and a sweeping historical-philosophical treatise in the Spenglerian mold. A magisterial work of matchless prose, with historical insight on every page, it skewers Allied wartime propaganda, and philosophizes with a hammer in favor of a coming Western empire of “absolute politics.”

      The book’s Chicago-born author, Francis P. Yockey, was just 30 years old when he wrote Imperium in six months in a quiet village on Ireland’s eastern coast. His masterpiece continues to shape the thinking and steel the will of readers around the world. Tens of thousands of copies of have been sold worldwide, with foreign-language editions in Spanish, German, and Hungarian.”