In the lives of great nations comes the moment of decisions, comes the moment of destiny and this nation again and again in the great hours of fate has swept aside the little men of talk and of delay and has decided to follow men and movements who say we go forward to action!Let who dare follow us in this hour. That is the fervour of the mighty mood of Britain.And I claim that in the ranks of our Blackshirt legions march the mighty ghosts of England’s past and their strong arms around us and their voice echo down the ages saying Onwards!Together in Britain we have lit a flame that the ages shall not extinguish, guard that scared flame my brother Blackshirts until it illuminates Britain and light again the fire of mankindOnce again the yeoman of Britain will return, and within them will live again the spirit of that Breed of man who built the Empire and lifted to the Heights of History the British name. The spirit of the country will remain and the roots of Britain will again grip and dig deep into Soil. Let the Tempests: The Oak Will Stand!! Oswald Mosley – April, 24 1937
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Sir Oswald Ernald Mosley & British Union of Fascists
Oswald Mosley Person and Political History!
Sir Oswald Ernald Mosley, 6th Baronet (16 November 1896 – 3 December 1980) was a British politician known principally as the founder of the British Union of Fascists. He was also the sixth baronet of a title established in 1720.
Mosley was at this time falling out with the Conservatives over the issue of Irish policy, and the use of the Black and Tans to suppress the Irish population.
Eventually he ‘crossed the floor’ and sat as an Independent MP on the opposition side of the House of Commons.
Having built up a following in his constituency, he retained it against a Conservative challenge in the general elections of 1922 and 1923.
The British Union of Fascists – 1932 – 1940
Mosley went on a study tour of the ‘new movements’ of Mussolini and other Fascists, and returned convinced that it was the way forward for him and for Britain. He determined to unite the existing fascist movements and created the British Union of Fascists (BUF) in 1932. The BUF was anti-Communist and protectionist.
It claimed membership as high as 50,000, and had the Daily Mail and Daily Mirror among its earliest supporters.
Among his followers were the novelist Henry Williamson, military theorist J.F.C. Fuller and the future Lord Haw Haw, William Joyce.