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By Oswald Mosley

During this British Union of Fascist booklet, Oswald Mosley solutions a hundred questions about BUF rules, on quite a lot of matters.

British Union was once against either Finance Capitalism (the deepest possession of undefined) and country Socialism (the kingdom possession of undefined) and British Union proposed to reorganise the commercial approach alongside the traces of the company nation, on the way to in attaining keep an eye on over the ability of foreign Finance to dictate to govt it’s fiscal policies.

British Union was once additionally against the multi-party procedure of presidency. balloting will be in accordance with an occupational franchise, instead of a geographical foundation, with miners balloting for a call of miner applicants, farm employees vote casting for agricultural applicants, medical professionals and nurses balloting for scientific applicants, with the intention to create a central authority of “experts elected by way of experts”.

Other questions he solutions contain the Housing challenge, Agriculture, the Banking method, the home of Lords, the clicking, Freedom of Speech, the exchange Union stream, the function of girls, and dozens of different concerns that stay as very important this day and are nonetheless unresolved.

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Reputations will not be made by sitting up all night in Parliamentary obstruction to prevent a Government carrying out the programme for which the people have voted. Reputations will be made not by cheap debating but by constructive ability. New Ministers will emerge within the great Corporations and new organs of national life by virtue of their constructive ideas. Thus Ministers will be drawn from the whole nation, wherever ability can be found, and not from a small circle of professional politicians.

The small investor and individual savings will be its special care. Further control and regulation of the Stock Exchange will prevent the small investor being fleeced, as at present. 50. Will not the present Government's policy of putting a levy on imports and devoting the proceeds to the subsidising of home producers be satisfactory to the agricultural industry ? This is a system designed to maintain British production at a low level in favour of the foreign importer. A levy is imposed on the foreign import which provides the subsidy for the British producer.

Why do you suggest that present Governments so favour the foreign importer? Because Democractic Governments are in the grip of international finance, which, in this respect, is largely Jewish. The great finance houses of the City have made loans to foreign countries. Even when they have handed these loans on to the public they make a substantial annual income by acting as fiscal agents for foreign countries in the distribution of interest. This annual interest on foreign loans is not paid in foreign money.

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