The Poetry of F.R. Scott – FLNWO #36

by | Jun 29, 2016 | Film, Literature & The New World Order | 4 comments

Francis Reginald Scott was a celebrated Canadian lawyer, constitutional expert, translator and poet. And he was also the father of Peter Dale Scott. And the man who advised Pierre Elliott Trudeau to invoke the War Measures Act in 1970. Join us for this exploration of the poetry, life and fascinating career of F.R. Scott with the world’s foremost researcher on deep politics, Peter Dale Scott.

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CLICK HERE to download the complete conversation with Peter Dale Scott

F.R. Scott at SGWU, 1969

F. R. Scott : Biography

Selection of Poems by F.R. Scott

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  1. James,

    Very interesting episode, thank you. It was much too short for all of the lines of inquiry you broached.

  2. Coincidentally I watched the whole Rambo series very recently. At the end of Rambo 3 the following text appears:

    “This film is dedicated to the gallant people of Afghanistan”

    Which is is very, very ironical given what has happened there since, wouldn’t you agree?

    • Actually, that’s what it says NOW. It said something even more eye-popping on the original theatrical release. Stay tuned, fellow Corbett Reporteers…

  3. Rambo3, aye??? I think that’s the one I fell asleep to years ago. Woke up in time to see Rambo killing Ruskins. Very well. I’ll try it again. No promises.

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