Tag Archives: Oswald Mosley

Fascism Cannot be Compared to the Threat Posed by Islamic Extremism

British Fascism before, during and after WWII, has been designated as an evil ideology by the powers that be which supposedly posed a grave danger to Britain. Even in the aftermath of the Manchester and London bombings the news channels have made repeated references to Fascism as being the last major ideological threat to the United Kingdom prior to Islamic extremism thereby making a false connection between the two. Fascism in Britain did not carry out terrorist attacks, it did not seek to overthrow the political system violently, ...

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The Real Facts Behind the “Battle of Cable Street 

Visit New British Union This scene from the TV drama ‘Mosley’ shows the media’s ‘Battle of Cable Street’ in a factual way. Not as an example of Communist heroism but as an example of crime in the name of Communism. Much debate has arisen over this event; the leftist media commonly portray the Blackshirts as ‘defeated’ or ‘pushed back’ but nothing aside from abiding by the law occurred on their part. On 4th October 1936, communists and anarchists formed a barricade to block the route of the Blackshirt’s march. ...

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Oswald Mosley Against Jewish Behaviour

The message from Sir Oswald Mosley regarding Jews was straightforward. They opposed those Jews who put Jewish interests ahead of British interests. They opposed the Jewish interests prominent in International finance that used Britain for its own agenda. They opposed those Jews who identified as Communists and who attacked their meetings. They were against those Jews who were determined to drag Britain into a war with Germany not in the British interest, but in the Jewish interest. They opposed Jews for their behaviour not because they were Jews. ...

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