Mosley and the British Union of Fascists – Men of Action

Patriotism, peace, working wages, vigor and vitality. For Oswald Mosley, these principles stood above that of tradition, and despite how his detractors in the press sought to portray him, Mosley went against what many in his class considered economic and political orthodoxy because he thought it to be in the best interests of all the people. To Mosley, Britain should be for the British, and all institutional power, whether it be in government or industry, should flow towards that aim. Having seen his country brought low during the first world war and having lived in political prison during the second, Mosley had little patience for talk – and sought to live his life oriented towards action.

— Brought to you by —

Very special guest Thomas Finney @punishedfinney

and special credit to Vindex for Oswald Mosley: Europeans


Myth of the 20th Century – Episode 80 – Mosley and the British Union of Fascists – Men of Action

— References —

– The Decline of the West, Spengler (1918)
– The Economic Consequences of the Peace, Keynes (1919)
– The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, Keynes (1936)
– The Coming Corporate State, Thomson (1938)
– Tomorrow We Live, Mosley (1938)
– My Life, Mosley (1968)
– Firing Line – Oswald Mosley: Fascism, Past and Present (1972) –
– Oswald Mosley, Skidelsky (1980)
– Mosley, Alexander (1998)
– Oswald Mosley: Europeans (Documentary), Vindex (2016) –
– “Let My People Stay!” The Jailing of London Forum’s Jez Turner, Occidental Observer (2018) –
– Lord Haw-Haw of MI5, Metroland (2018) –
– Spanish Civil War – Collapse of the Left, Myth of the 20th Century (2018) –
– What Is A Fascist Economy? –
– Facts about Fascism and Communism –
– Without Charge or Trial –
– William Buckley Interview –
– The Mitford sisters | Lady Diana Mosley interview | Oswald Mosley |Good Afternoon –
– United States of Europe –

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