BUY NFB MAGAZINE BY POST OR BANK TRANSFER

We realise, and accept, that not everybody wants to buy Notes From the Borderland on-line.
For those who do (and you do not need a Pay-Pal account yourself to do so) visit our SHOP.

We really do need people to buy the magazine: it helps fund our research, & the more we sell the more frequently we can appear.  There is also the philosophical aspect: the printed word goes in more, and stays in the mind longer, than things on a screen.

If you want any combinations not listed/have questions, email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will help.

Feel free to print the page and highlight what you want: and don't be shy returning to us, experience shows people often buy one issue, a few weeks later another, and shortly after absolutely everything!  As you will hopefully find, the magazine is addictive (in a nice way!). If you want any variation of items not shown, email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will help.  Happy to combine postage on items.  As a rule, because of postal costs, we send things Royal Mail second class & overseas international standard. If you want something else eg tracked/signed for/1st Class, then email us and we will work something out.  Once a total has been agreed, we are happy to then email you a Pay-Pal invoice, though we prefer bank transfer or cheque

For those who definitely don't want to buy online (which we guess is why you're on this page!) there are two alternatives:

 

A) By Bank transfer

After adding up what everything costs, do two things (in sequence)

1) Transfer funds by BACS to Lawrence O'Hara account (Lloyds) Sort Code 30-98-71  Account Number 00618116

2) Immediately contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. informing us of exactly what you have paid for and the name/address publications are to be sent to once we have checked funds have been paid in.  We quite like BACS/cheques as it avoids us incurring extra charges! Every little helps.....

Remember: if you are ordering from overseas scroll down to bottom of this page for pricing/advice before transferring funds

 

B) By post

Two possible ways of doing this.  These are

i) well-concealed cash: preferably sterling, but Euros/US $ also acceptable, though in that case (i.e. overseas orders) scroll down to bottom of this page to see advice/pricing regarding overseas orders.  

ii) cheques/postal orders in Sterling only.

 

All cheques/postal orders must be in £ sterling payable to Larry O'Hara only  

rush to:
Notes From the Borderland
BM Box 4769
London
WC1N 3XX
England

 

NFB issue 11 £6.00 UK  £11 Europe £13 Rest of World

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NFB issue 4  £4.00 UK   £10.50 Europe £12 Rest of the World

NFB issue 3  £4.00 UK   £10.50 Europe £12 Rest of World

At War With the Truth £3.50 UK   £7.50 Europe   £10 Rest of World

Turning up the Heat: MI5 After the Cold War £5.50 UK £11 Europe £13 Rest of World 

Searchlight for Beginners £3.50 UK £5.50 Europe £7 Rest of World 

At War With the Universe £7.00 UK £10.50 Europe £14.50 Rest of World

DVD: David Shayler ex-MI5 vs Larry O'Hara £5.50 UK   £10.50 Europe £13 Rest of World 

 

OVERSEAS CUSTOMER INFORMATION

We do value those who buy NFB from overseas: sadly the UK government does not. In April 2012 the UK Con-Dem government effectively abolished printed paper overseas rate, resulting in massive postal price increases, even within the EU. All cheques should be UK Sterling international money orders payable to Larry O'Hara only. We will take cash (US$ & the Euro) at sender's risk, well-concealed obviously. To be fair, we have always received such cash as far as we know. Round up totals to fit the currency denomination. For any variations/items not specified, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will help. We do have PDF sales, but they are not the same thing as riding the Metro to Queen's reading your mint-fresh copy and being approached by another subscriber (it did happen!). One of the first acts of an NFB-influenced post-revolutionary regime will be to reintroduce printed paper rates. 

Contact Address

BM Box 4769
London
United Kingdom
WC1N 3XX

Phone: +44 7775 964367

Email: nfbmagazine@yahoo.co.uk

About NFB Magazine

Welcome to Britain's premier parapolitical investigative magazine Notes from the Borderland (NFB). We have been producing the magazine since 1997 but some published material before then.

Our political perspective is Left/Green, but we welcome truth-tellers, whatever their affiliation. Research interests include the secret state (MI5/MI6/Special Branch, now SO15) & their assets, including those in the media. We are resolutely anti-fascist, and to that end investigate the far right and state infiltration of various milieus. In a shallow age where many TV programmes and print/internet stories are spoon-fed to servile journalists/bloggers by shadowy interests, NFB stands out as genuine investigative research. 

Take a chance--you won't be disappointed...

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