Paul English: The Works Of Arnold Leese

In today’s show originally broadcast on February 7 2017, TBR Radio’s Andrew Carrington Hitchcock interviews Paul English of EuroFolkRadio to discuss the works of Arnold Leese.

Arnold Spencer Leese (1878 – 18 January 1956) was a veterinarian and British fascist politician. He was the founder of the Imperial Fascist League and the London editor of The Fascist. After the Second World War, during which he was imprisoned Defence Regulation 18B, he led the National Workers Movement and edited the journal Gothic Ripples. He also wrote many pamphlets and books, including My Irrelevant Defence: Meditations Inside Gaol and Out on Jewish Ritual Murder, and Gentile Folly: The Rothschilds, both of which we discuss on the show.

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I also recorded five Absent Friends shows (shows 2 – 6) on the works of Arnold Leese.  You can listen to each show by left clicking the link. You can download each show by right clicking the link, then left clicking “save link as…” and finally left clicking the “save” button.

(2) October 31 2015 Arnold Leese – Part 1 (The Era Of World Ruin; Disraeli The Destroyer; Chinese Communism; Bolshevism Is Jewish)

(3) November 7 2015 Arnold Leese – Part 2 (Bolshevism is Jewish; Money No Mystery – Mastery By Monopoly)

(4) November 14 2015 Arnold Leese – Part 3 (Short Articles From Gothic Ripples and The Fascist; Jewish Press Control; The Legalised Cruelty of Shechita – The Jewish Method Of Cattle Slaughter; Psychology and the Jews)

(5) November 21 2015 Arnold Leese – Part 4 (The Real Jew – A Lesson From Turkey; Gentile Folly – The Rothschilds; My Irrelevant Defence – Meditations Inside Gaol And Out On Jewish Ritual Murder; The Jewish War Of Survival)

(6) November 28 2015 Arnold Leese – Part 5 And Archibald Maule Ramsay – Part 1 (Arnold Leese – Out of Step – Events in the Two Lives of an Anti-Jewish Camel Doctor. Archibald Maule Ramsay – The Nameless War: Prologue; The British Revolution; and The French Revolution)

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