This 1951 film was based on the 1896 novel of the same title. The story, set in Rome, covers the events of AD 64-68, notably Rome’s conflict with Christians and Emperor Nero’s corrupt and destructive rule. This followed the peaceful order established by Nero’s illustrious and powerful predecessor, Claudius. Domine Quo Vadis? is also the […]
Deptford Town Hall statues to remain in place! Back in September 2021, we urged our readers and subscribers to fill in an online consultation to fight back against the ongoing campaign by the Woke mob to eradicate our history and cultural heritage. Goldsmith’s University in Lewisham, South London, in alliance with so-called Anti-Racism campaigners, launched […]
By Roberta Woods My interest in the whole subject was triggered by a talk and subsequent walk in April 2022 – an event put on by Sir John Soane’s Museum in London’s Lincoln’s Inn Fields. Sir John Soane was the foremost architect of the Regency period and is probably best known for his design of […]
St George’s Day is a vital day in our Patriotic calendar and most Patriots have heard the myths and legends surrounding our Patron Saint but what are the origins of the St George’s flag. The St George’s flag is often flown by Nationalists and Patriots in England. Church of England Churches often fly the St […]
As the “woke” minority continue to push their leftist and anti-British views, parents in some Brighton primary schools have been given an ultimatum. They must ensure that their staff may NOT use the terms “mum and dad” and the term should be discouraged by children. Can we imagine this being a rule in the 1980s, […]
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Today is the official worldwide celebration of St Patrick’s Day and in keeping with our desire to preserve and respect all European cultures, Patriots’ Voice sends it’s greetings to all people of Irish descent. St Patrick was born in Roman Britain during the fifth century and was taken captive at 16 […]
By Chris Barnett Why crypto-currencies are important when it comes to safeguarding freedoms. As all hell is unleashed in Ukraine, money can be reliably sent to a disparate group of people, that the Russians will never be able to lay their hands on. A new technology, built upon many others, can easily be a complicated […]
By Nick Eriksen Let’s briefly begin by travelling back in time. Today’s Ukrainian crisis started in November 2013, with massive demonstrations in the main square in Kiev. The trigger for the protests was the decision by President Yanukovich (elected in 2010) to change government policy and reject a closer relationship with the EU and instead […]
Happy St David’s Day! Saint David is the patron saint of Wales. It is the feast day of Saint David and falls on 1st March, the date of his death in 589 AD. Celebrations For centuries, 1st March has been a national festival. Saint David was recognised as a national patron saint in the 12th […]
As the “woke” minority continue to push their leftist and anti-British views, parents in some Brighton primary schools have been given an ultimatum. They must ensure that their staff may NOT use the terms “mum and dad,” and the term should be discouraged by children. Can we imagine this being a rule in the 1980s, […]
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