By Oswald Mosley
'Tomorrow we are living' (1938) via Oswald Mosley is the e-book whose variety such a lot heavily resembles the emotive tone of his speeches. there has been strong reason behind this: British Union, the move that Mosley led, was once by way of now engaged in a existence or dying fight to stay clear of the arrival warfare that may rate 60-million humans their lives. With nice readability Mosley restates his regulations that will shop Britain from routine hunch and attracts the road among anti-semitism and his personal worthy feedback of yes Jewish pursuits. Then he reminds the reader that 'Mankind has no better enemy than struggle and warfare has no larger enemy than British Union'. He contrasts the coverage of the British executive, to threaten robust international locations with struggle while keeping minimum defence forces, along with his personal coverage, of threatening no different nation yet having the most powerful military, military and air strength on this planet. Mosley advocates that Britain should still basically struggle if Britain is attacked. To shuttle around the international beginning wars with different international locations simply because we do not approve in their procedure of presidency might condemn Britain to perpetual conflict - there's continuously a few nation someplace of which to disapprove. He additionally addresses the cost of continental effect: "We don't borrow rules from overseas international locations and we haven't any 'models' in a foreign country for a simple and easy cause. we're proud sufficient of our personal humans to think that when Britain is conscious our humans won't persist with yet will lead Mankind. during this deep religion we carry that no lesser future is precious of our humans than that the total international shall locate in Britain an example."
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British Union in whole character is a British principle suited to Britain alone. It is true that our National Socialist and Fascist creed is universal, in different form and method, to all great countries of the modern world. That was true also in their own period of every great creed, political or religious, that our country has ever known. The only difference in this respect between British Union and the old parties is that our creed belongs to the twentieth century, and their creeds to the past that conceived them.
Our Movement offers to the people not dictatorship but leadership through an instrument by which their will can be carried out. British Union and leadership seek not to be dictator to the people but servant of the people. The only stipulation that we make is the simple condition that if the people want us to do the job they shall give us the power to do it. Is that unreasonable? Is it not a waste of the people's time and money to create a Government which has not the power to act? Is it not simple dishonesty for any man or movement to accept office without the power to act and without the ability to perform what he has undertaken to do?
The Structure of Government British Union seeks power by the vote of the people alone at a general election. But we tell the people quite frankly in advance that we will not accept responsibility without power, because we believe it to be dishonest to take office without the ability to carry out the policy for which the people have voted. The first measure of British Union Government will, therefore, be a General Powers Bill conferring on Government the means to act by order, subject to the right of Parliament elected by the vote of the people at any time to dismiss the Government by vote of censure if it abuses power.