Here is his introduction to it.
In 1938, the great Hilaire Belloc declared "Either the Catholic Church (now rapidly becoming the only place wherein the traditions of civilization are understood and defended) will be reduced by her modern enemies to political impotence, to numerical insignificance, and, so far as public appreciation goes, to silence; or the Catholic Church will, in this case as throughout the past ... recover and extend her authority, and will rise once more to the leadership of civilization which she made.” In this video, Roger Buck, author of The Gentle Traditionalist, addresses the terrifying grip of an increasingly pathological Political Correctness and Liberal ideology that progressively fosters genuine madness. He looks at Belloc, the grimmer half of the Chesterbelloc, who was less sanguine than G. K. Chesterton - but arguably more prophetic. And like Belloc, who so deeply inspires him, Buck places his only hope for the survival of the West in the Catholic Mystery and Catholic Tradition. Topics also featured include the slowly-dying Modernism of the so-called “Spirit of Vatican II" and the plight of innocent children trapped in a culture that has normalised transgenderism.