The Philosophy of Fascism

Being a lecture delivered by Sir Oswald Mosley at the English Speaking Union on Wednesday, 22nd March 1933. OUR opponents allege that Fascism has no historic background or philosophy, [...]

Usury the Primary Issue

Usury the Primary Issue ‘Usury’ by its strictest definition is any interest charged on a loan. It is regarded as a sin by Islam and by Catholicism, and [...]

Europe a Nation

EUROPE a Nation is an idea which anyone can understand. It is simple but should not on that account be rejected; most decisive, root ideas are simple. Ask any [...]

Power Over Finance

To play with the problem of finance, merely by nationalising the Bank of England which for all practical purposes is nationalised already, is only worthy of the make-believe of [...]

The Idea of ‘Europe’

‘Europe’ is more than an economic region from which bloated bureaucrats and political nonentities draw salaries and perks. Before the conniving Count Kalergi and his banker friends, and before [...]

What is your attitude to Israel?

I adhere to the policy of a Jewish national home, which I suggested in The Alternative as follows:- “For over two thousand years the Jews have asked for a national [...]

Do you condemn anti-Semitism?

Yes, certainly. It is a stupidity as well as an evil. How ridiculous to see a man blathering away about the Jews until he is blue in the face, [...]

Mosley’s Views on anti-Semitism

More drivel is talked about the Jews and anti-Semitism than most subjects; both ways. The anti-Semitic view that all Jews are born wicked, or that all Jews should be [...]

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 [...]

Ezra Pound

Ezra Pound, heralded as the 'founding father of modern English literature' yet denied honours during his life, was born in a frontier town in Idaho in 1885, the son of [...]

Henry Williamson

Henry Williamson was of the First World War generation from whose experiences emerged a new but eternal world-view. Williamson, like Knut Hamsun in Norway, saw mans' place in Nature [...]

Top 10 Lies

1. The people of East London rose up and defeated Oswald Mosley at the Battle of Cable Street. The Battle of Cable Street wasn’t fought between Blackshirts and the [...]

The European Declaration

We, being Europeans, conscious of a tradition which derives from classic Greece and Rome, and of a civilisation which during three thousand years has given thought, beauty, science and  [...]

Overseas Network

From its earliest days, the British Union of Fascists attracted large numbers of British overseas members, not only from the Empire and Colonies but also from continental Europe. Many [...]

Mosley’s Policies

Oswald Mosley died more than 35 years ago and much in the world has changed since then. Fresh challenges have arisen and new dangers threaten the people of Europe. But [...]

21st Century Crusade

“The idea is no longer the martyred form of the oppressed, but the beginning of a higher form. Men are beginning not to look down, but to look up. [...]

East End for Mosley

For more than 70 years, Mosley’s enemies have maintained the myth that the East End rose up against the Blackshirts at the Battle of Cable Street and British Union [...]

Stability & Progress

In the ranks of Conservatism there are many who are attracted there by the Party's tradition of loyalty, order and stability - but who are, none the less, repelled [...]

Towards a Fascist Europe

Views may vary as to the causes of the division of Europe and the restoration of the Balance of Power, but dispute can scarcely arise concerning the re-emergence of [...]

Higher Forms

Since the war I have stressed altogether five main objectives. The true union of Europe; the union of government with science; the power of government to act rapidly and [...]

Spheres of Influence

I have long suggested a division of the world into three main spheres of influence to replace the make-belief of a world force in the present United Nations, which [...]

Audrey Hepburn’s Parents

Audrey Hepburn : The Mosley Connection. Audrey Hepburn was born on 4 May 1929 in Ixelles, a municipality in Brussels, Belgium. Her father, Joseph Victor Anthony Ruston (1889–1980), was [...]

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 [...]

BUF Medical Policy

The British Union of Fascists presents to the people of Great Britain in this paper, a brief summary of some of the principle points of its policy in connection [...]

Foreign Policy

Our foreign policy should also be the subject of a book in itself, but the main principles may here be stated very briefly. The measures of national reconstruction already [...]

The State and the Citizen

The moral and social law and convention of Britain provide the most startling of all contrasts with the Briton's strange illusion that he is free. The plain fact is [...]

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 [...]

What is Money For ?

We will never see an end of ructions, we will never have a sane and steady administration until we gain an absolutely clear conception of money. I mean an [...]

Wyndham Lewis

Percy Wyndham Lewis is credited with being the founder of the only modernist cultural movement indigenous to Britain. Nonetheless, he is seldom spoken of in the same breath as [...]

Fay Taylour

Living Life in the Fast Lane. A fascinating and well researched study has been completed on the legendary ‘Queen of Speedway’ Fay Taylour – the world’s most successful woman [...]

The Corporate State

The main object of a modern and Fascist movement is to establish the Corporate State. In our belief, it is the greatest constructive conception yet devised by the mind [...]

Diana Mosley

The death of Lady Diana Mosley at the age of 93 on the 11th August 2003 is a sad loss to all Friends of Oswald Mosley. Quite apart from [...]

Jeffrey Hamm

Jeffrey Hamm was one of the handful of activists who kept the flame of British Nationalism alive in the barren years following the Second World War. A life-long supporter [...]

Robert Row

Robert Row began his political career by joining the Lancaster Branch of British Union in 1934 at the age of 17. The young Bob threw himself into Blackshirt activity [...]

The Myth of Cable Street

For more than 70 years, Mosley’s enemies have maintained the myth that the East End of London rose up against the Blackshirts at the Battle of Cable Street and [...]

“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 [...]

Olive Hawks

Olive Hawks joined the secretarial staff of British Union at the age of 16 and soon became assistant to George Sutton, the Director of Research. However, her commitment to [...]

John Warburton

John Warburton: Blackshirt and Founding Editor of ‘Comrade’. The Friends of Mosley (FOM) was formed in 1982 to provide comradeship for veteran members of British Union and Union Movement. [...]

D.M.K. Marendaz

Captain D.M.K. Marendaz was a swashbuckling ex-Royal Flying Corps pilot, who has his niche in the history of the sports car for the series of elegant custom built vehicles [...]

Lucillia Reeve

Lucillia Reeve was born in March 1889 and began her working life as a domestic servant. She was committed to self education and with the encouragement of her mother [...]

J.F.C. Fuller

Major General John Frederick Charles Fuller was born in Chichester in 1878. He was commissioned into the British army in 1899 and saw service during the Boar War in [...]

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 [...]

Dennis Lucan DFM

Dennis Lucan DFM - another of Mosley's young men, who nearly fifty years ago, was killed in action in the war which he, as a Blackshirt, had fought just [...]