The Silent Brothers ~ Legacy of Defiance
[Over the last several Months, we have had an upsurge in requests for more information and material on a written Work that, for many, has much historical and persistent value about the state of our European ethos; more specifically, our American ethos.
We have highlighted this Author before, and Frank L. DeSilva is known by many as a comrade of Robert J. Mathews and David Eden Lane, and has written extensively on Philosophy, race, and Social sciences. He has begun to tell the story, the True Story, of the Silent Brothers or Bruder Schweigen, in which so much of this Story has brought us all to where we are, today. With so much going on today, with so many articulate and young spokesmen and women, it is always important to maintain a certain continuity, a memory, a Legacy if you will, so that one will always be able to gauge where, or how far, we have all come, in this continuing story of a Future West.
We are not sure how much material we will be highlighting, but whatever the amount, We here, at Foundations, have enjoyed every word. The Staff]
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On a cool and windy morning, in the deep canyons of Arizona, a whisper of voices carried, hauntingly, across the undulating river; irregular outcroppings of massive rocks protruding through the icy-blue waters, adding the weight of years and memory and adding, also, to the majesty that was the Grand Canyon. It was my first prolonged trip to this area of my homeland, although I had driven through it many times; it was now that I found myself amongst some of the oldest of memories – the great canyon, made by extreme force, pressure, and violence was now peaceful, tranquil, and created a sense of beauty and harmony.
The year was 1980.