The video below features the concluding essay (or short story) from Dark Albion: A Requiem for the English by David Abbott, as read by the author.
It’s about the final grim days of William, son of Charles, the last king of England, in the year 2066. King William is facing the unavoidable transfer of power from the original Anglo-Saxon inhabitants of Britain to their new Muslim overlords. The imminent deal will be sealed by the marriage of King William’s granddaughter to a Muslim.
William’s father revised the royal oath upon his accession to the throne, promising to be the “Defender of Faiths” rather than the “Defender of the Faith”. After William there will be no more oaths, and there will be only the One True Faith — the one that demands submission: