A pensioner whose lifetime coincides exactly with the arrival of vast numbers of settlers describes how the catastrophe of mass immigration has affected his generation.
Wistfully recalling his parents’ destroyed culture, he exposes the mindset of the politicians responsible for that destruction. With insight, humour and satire, he denounces their masochistic acceptance of the claim of each group of settlers to the status of eternal victims.
Dark Albion captures the anger of millions, and ends with a stunning portrait of England in 2066.
See entertaining promotional video
on YouTube called
William the Conquered.
Paperback, 240 pages