Vídeo tirado da página do Facebook "O Sentinela"  intitulado ' "Não se desespere" - Sir Oswald Mosley '. O Sentinela dá o crédito do vídeo a marca "Alerta Nacionalista", que é citada na página no Facebook .
This is the first person account reading of Part II of Varieties of Fascism by Professor Eugen Weber. Reading 5A is an excerpt from Oswald Mosley's 1932 work "The Greater Britain". In it, Mosley foretells the decline of the British Empire either by stagnant apathy or anarchic and communist executed collapse. Warning against Communism as heartless and not truly out for the well being of all peoples, Mosley is still very clearly socialist and considers the Fascist movement to be anti-parliamentarian and anti-land owning.
In 1964, the world approached the twentieth anniversary of the end of the Second World War. Eugen Weber, a Romanian born, French-educated, British Veteran, and now American professor, sat down to take in the impact of socialism, fascism, and national socialism on the 20th-century world. Having served with the British during the Second World War, Eugen Weber was no stranger to the violent upheaval these ideologies had, and indeed are having.
In the Narrator's opinion, the compilation of this work is invaluable in a current atmosphere of domestic ideological cleavings. Writing nineteen years after the Second World War, a war which Professor Weber fought in, this work has topical adjacency to the real physical manifestations of such phenomena. Additionally, written in the early sixties, the work does not suffer the estrangement and misdefinition of the terms it seeks to educate on.
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Oswald Mosley, in full Sir Oswald Ernald Mosley, 6th Baronet, (born November 16, 1896, London, England—died December 3, 1980, Orsay, near Paris, France), English politician who was the leader of the British Union of Fascists from 1932 to 1940 and of its successor, the Union Movement, from 1948 until his death.
This is an excerpt from a 1967 interview of Sir Oswald Mosley. Link to the full interview below.
"Fascism is not a creed of govermental tyranny. But it is definitely a creed of effective goverment in strong contradistinction to the present decadence of the parliamentary system." -Sir Oswald Mosley
Mein Begleiter beim Pflügen. Er heißt "Mosley". Wegen seines Mutes und seiner "schwarzen Uniform".Der kleine, mutige schwarze Vogel ist ein alter Freund, schon seit ca. 3 Jahren begleitet er mich beim Rasenmähen und Pflügen. Mosley freut sich immer über die Leckerbissen, die ich ihm ausgrabe. Er ist wirklich furchtlos und ich mag ihn sehr.
Inspired by this nearly century old movement and the man, I found similarities with the events of the day, including free-speech, indoctrination, mob rule and violence. The establishment, oligarchs still behind-the-scenes, with their think-tanks might find this past very useful for strategy. Moreover, develop and fund their current “Antifa” groups to instill fear and prevent constructive thought. –Lisa Rosch, 2017
A very well produced video, engaging and informative. I had never heard of Oswald Mosley, to my shame as a citizen of the UK, but I can see that had Oswald Mosley been around now, he is a man I would respect, or revere. I think the main potential problem with him is that he appeared to support Hitler, and that tends to raise strong feelings. But we, none of us 'really', know the context. The thing is, that he talked sense! His detractors were the 'mob'. The collective worst of everyone in it. If he had had the internet in those days like we have now, I wonder if it would have been different. So easy for a baying crowd who really doesn't have ready access to facts (even tainted ones) is really just at the mercy of the trend! He talked a lot of sense in a very articulate way. We need people like him in every country. –David Winter, 2017