Red & Black Telly: 80 YEARS ON – THE BATTLE OF CABLE STREET COMMEMORATION

It pisses us off. After WW2 the labour government released Mosley from internment, allowed him to re-launch his fascist party, with his delightful son max, who’s still around, and gave them a police escort wherever they went. Apart from Spain and Portugal, that retained fascist governments, the only Western territory in which it was legal to glorify the holocaust was Britain. They were kicked off the streets, by, among others, the 43 Group comprising Jewish ex-service people and their allies, and the new West Indian community in North West London.

For more about the events described in this talk, see Martin’s own memoir ‘Anti-fascist’ available from Freedom Press. Rant over.

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