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County to host free, public training in use of Narcan Posted on: October 19, County adds options before Sept. International delegation to visit for port expansion talks Posted on: September 11, New county program to help buyers get vacant homes Posted on: September 7, Library newsletter announces prom gown project Posted on: September 2, County adds payment options as tax deadline nears Posted on: September 2, Historical marker cites former prison farm at park site Posted on: August 29, Five officers, two horses to graduate to Mounted Patrol Posted on: July 12, Minorities always suffer from the faults of the majority.
Races, as a whole, suffer from the mistakes of the majority of the race when a mistaken policy is pursued. Such Jews would certainly not be molested, let alone persecuted. But they can no more complain of suffering from the errors of Jewry as a whole, than members of any other nation can complain of suffering for the mistakes of the majority and the blunders of its Government. It is untrue to suggest that Jews will be persecuted under Fascism in Britain. Bullying or persecution of any kind is foreign to the British character. We shall not keep Jews here to bully them.
Those who have been guilty of anti-British conduct will be deported. Those against whom no such charge rests will be treated as foreigners, but in accordance with the traditional British treatment of foreigners within these shores, will not be ill-treated or molested. On the other hand, foreigners who have not proved themselves worthy citizens of Britain will be deported. Will they be allowed the right of citizenship or permitted to be officials or M. As stated above, the Jews have deliberately maintained themselves as a foreign community in Britain, setting their racial interests above the national interest.
As such, therefore, they will be treated, and none can complain of treatment which accords with their own actions. We do not permit foreigners to be M. Anyone in the service of the State under Fascism must be entirely British. Will Jews, who are deported, be able to take their money with them? They will be able to take anything they have honestly earned.
On the 21 May leading members of the BUF, including Mosley and key members of his organisation such as Neil Francis Hawkins and Alexander Raven Thomson, were interned under Regulation 18B 1A , which permitted the government to detain persons who had associations with enemy powers, Arnold S.
Leese was among the other fascist internees. Mosley and his wife lived in a small house in Holloway prison, with a small garden. He contested the General Election at Shoreditch and Finsbury but he fared even worse than in Mosley set about reconstructing the past on his terms. Spatacus Schoolnet. Encyclopaedia of the Holocaust. Oswald Mosley Biography.
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