Christ, Nietzsche, & Caesar

Our opponents allege that Fascism has no historic background or philosophy, and it is my task this afternoon to suggest that Fascism has roots deep in history and has been sustained by some of the finest [...]

Zionism and the Power Elite

Zionism and the Power Elite Any discussion of the relationship between Zionism and the “power elite” in Western countries must inevitably begin with a qualification of meanings, as these terms have been used in ways [...]

First on Television

In the long running ban of Oswald Mosley from all forms of mass communication, it is an interesting fact that he was, in all probability, the first politician to be seen on television. It was on [...]

“Peron or Death!”

The story of President Juan Peron and his secret meeting with Oswald Mosley. General Juan Peron was once described as the only 20th century dictator who never had anybody shot. He was the colourful post-war President [...]

Guerrilla Warfare

America and Europe are only now learning in the hard way the elementary facts of modern political struggle. It is above all a battle of ideas and, as I pointed out long ago, it is impossible [...]

The Theft of Leisure

How Financial Democracy robbed working people of the Age of Leisure. “As science increases the means to produce.” How often those words appear in the writings and speeches of Oswald Mosley. As far back as 1932, [...]

The man with two membership cards.

The double life of Walter Johnson, British Union District Leader Pudsey. On page 6 of ‘Blackshirts-on-Sea’ the author writes: “Any group study of Mosleyites inevitably comes to the conclusion that none of them could be described [...]

MI5 and Jeffrey Hamm

Before the War, Edward Jeffrey Hamm was a non-active member of British Union. He didn’t sell ‘Action’ on the streets, he wasn’t a speaker and he held no official position in his local Harrow branch. He [...]