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The home of Phillip W. Smith.

Phillip W. Smith was born in Canberra, Australia but lives now in Oslo, Norway.

The Uffington white horse represents the history and resilience of art and literature.

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A study of the 3 main monotheistic religions, the texts that are used to support them and the claims that they make regarding the divine.

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The new project is currently titled The Tyrant’s Playbook. It is shaping up to be a somewhat satirical look at the state of our democracies globally. This book looks at just how many of them have moved to a totalitarian, and autocratic system opf government. From Mask and Vaccine mandates to the mass incacerartion of the unvaccinated, to the Woke nonesense of Covid grants only being given to non-white busienss owners, to the lunacy of LGBTQIAAP+ garbage entering the main stream and into our Universities as an excuse to excersise extremist and racxist views against anyone the disagrees with the government opinion.

Clear water at the beach

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“Take the risk of thinking for yourself.  Much more happiness, truth, beauty and wisdom, will come to you that way.”

Christopher Hitchens

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Uffington Press is an independent publisher supporting independent authors all largely non-fiction publications.

The Uffington White Horse is a prehistorichill figure, 110 m (360 ft)[1] long, formed from deep trenches filled with crushed white chalk. The figure is situated on the upper slopes of White Horse Hill in the English civil parish of Uffington. The Uffington Horse is over 3000 years old and is by far the oldest of the white horse figures in Britain and is of an entirely different design from the others inspired by it.

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