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    British Fascism (shortened to BritFash) is an umbrella term used to refer to the many different Fash.png Fascist movements in Britain from the early-1900s to the present day.

    Primarially, the term is also used to refer specifically to the ideology of Oswald Mosley, and by extension his political party: the British Union of Fascists (BUF). Hereafter, this will be refered to as Mosleyism. Mosleyism perports to be economically third positionist, Trad.png culturally far-right, Authunity.png authoritarian and Nation.png nationalist, with Anticap.png anti-capitalist, Anticommunism.png anti-communist and anti-interventionist leanings.



    While British fascists claim that the roots of their ideology lie deep in English/British history and traditions (often citing Cromwell.png Oliver Cromwell's Cball-Protectorate.png Protectorate and Fishe.png Thomas Hobbes' book Leviathan as examples, alongside particular reference to Cball-England.png Tudor England), fascism in Britian primarially sprung up in response to Fash.png Benito Mussolini's March on Rome in CBall-King-Italy.png Italy and Nazi.png Adolf Hitler's rise to power in Cball-Germany.png Germany.

    One of the earliest Fascist parties in Britain was the BF Partyball.png British Fascists (initially called the British Fascisti), formed in May 1923 by Rotha Lintorn-Orman, inspired by the Italian fascist movement. Despite the BF being the first party in Britain to declare itself as 'fascist', there was little that united the party ideologically, which would be the party's Achilles' heel, as many (such as Arnold Leese, founder of the IFL Partyball.png Imperial Fascist League) would split from the party on ideological grounds, leading to the party's eventual dissolusion in 1934.

    The aformentioned Imperial Fascist League (IFL), founded in 1929, was much more focused than its predecessor party, being much more in line with Nazi.png Nazism (as opposed to Italian fascism), espousing anti-Semitism and Aryan superiority, with the party later recieving indirect funding from the Nazi party. The IFL, in fact, moved so far away from the initial Italian roots of fascism that they declared Benito Mussolini a 'pro-semite'.


    By the 1930s, fascism had become cemented in the European (and by extension, the British) consiousness. In October 1932, Oswald Mosley, formerly an MP for the Labour Party, founded the BritFash.png British Union of Fascists (BUF). The BUF would, by virtue of being the most prominent fascist group in Britain at the time, codify the values associated with British fasicsm (see below).

    The BUF, in order to maintain their hegemony over British Far-Right politics, attempted to reach out to the many other fascists groups, such as the aformentioned BF (prior to their collapse) and IFL (who refused). If groups refused, the BUF physically broke up their meetings, and would attempt to disrupt them at every turn.

    While the BUF initially stayed neutral on the topic of anti-semitism, the party (and by extension, Mosley), eventually embraced it, resulting in many people abandoning the party. Furthermore, many also found the increasing violence of the party (a key example being the infamous 1936 Battle of Cable Street, where anti-fascists clashed with BUF 'blackshirts') distasteful, causing even more people to leave.

    In the end, it was the Second World War that would bring an (albeit temporary) end to the fascist movement in Britain, as many groups were banned, with their members arrested, under Defence Regulation 18B and the Treachery Act 1940.


    After the war, Oswald Mosley have created BritFash.png The Union Movement as a continuation of the old British Union of Fascists but more democratic aesthetic and much smaller then the BUF during its 1930’s heyday. The Union Movement eventually disbanded in 1973 when Mosley finally retired from politics. Mosley died in 1980.

    Post WW2, various other British Fascist came into existence. For example, The British Movement was created by Neonazi ball.png Colin Jordan in the year 1968 after the British National Socialist Movement and in 1975 Neonazi ball.png Michael McLaughlin he became the leader of The British Movement until it was disbanded in 1983 after an election.

    One of the most notable post-WW2 British Fascist figures was Whitesup.png A. K. Chesterton, who created The League Of Empire Loyalists in 1954 after he had fell out with BritFash.png Oswald Mosley. This political group was rebranded into The National Front at 1967, and Neonazi ball.png John Tyndall took over as leader after it merged with his organisation, the Greater Britain Movement, in 1972. Under Tyndall's leadership it capitalised on growing concern about South Asian migration to Britain, rapidly increasing its membership and vote share in the urban areas of east London and northern England. Its public profile was raised through street marches and rallies, which often resulted in violent clashes with anti-fascist protesters, most notably the 1974 Red Lion Square disorders and the 1977 Battle of Lewisham. In 1982, Tyndall left the National Front to form a new British National Party (BNP). Many NF members defected to Tyndall's BNP, contributing to a substantial decline in the Front's electoral support. During the 1980s, the NF split in two; the Flag NF retained the older ideology, while the Official NF adopted a Third Positionist stance before disbanding in 1990. In 1995, the Flag NF's leadership transformed the party into the National Democrats, although a small splinter group, which continues to exist to this day, retained the NF name.

    The British National Party (BNP), under the leadership of Neonazi ball.png John Tyndall, was originally an openly Neonazi ball.png Neo-Nazi, Anti-Semitic, and White Supremacist movement. In 1999, Griffinism.png Nick Griffin took over as the BNP’s leader. Griffin sought to broaden the BNP's electoral base by presenting a more moderate image (although he and many other party members continued to hold and express fascist views in private), targeting concerns about rising immigration rates, and emphasising localised community campaigns. This resulted in increased electoral growth throughout the 2000s, to the extent that it became the most electorally successful Fascist party in British history.

    After peaking in the 2009 European Parliament elections, in which the BNP won two seats, the party subsequently went into decline, with much of its voter base being absorbed by the UKUKIP.png United Kingdom Independence Party, which was able to appeal to a more widespread number of voters than the BNP due to lacking a direct link to Fascism. Griffin resigned as BNP leader in 2014, being replaced by Adam Walker, and was expelled from the party a few months later. The BNP has declined to near irrelevance under Walker, who has been accused of treating the party more as a retirement fund than a serious force for politics.

    Present Day

    Many political groups focused on British fascism have emerged in the 21st century, but most have either dissolved, or, particularly in the case of National Action.png National Action, been proscribed by the British Government on the grounds of promoting Terrorist.png terrorism (National Action condoned the murder of Member of Parliament UKLab.png Jo Cox by a far-right terrorist). Today, the most notable organisations are the BritishDemocrats.png British Democratic Party, BritUltranat.png Britain First, and PatAlt.png Patriotic Alternative.


    Fem.png Women's Rights and Mat.png Maternalism

    British Fascism believes in Social Equality between the Mansphere.png two sexes Fem.png. Mosley believed that conflict between the two sexes only divides a people and creates a pointless competition between them. Mosley believed that morality must guide both sexes and that both have equal skills in what ever field they enter. British Fascism believes that women within Fascism should have fair conditions within industry, representation within parliament, special care for Mothers and their Children who would be given welfare support, equal pay, and proper education.

    Mosley did believe though that women must understand the concept Mat.png maternal needs. If their nation needs assistance then women are free to take up arms, work in factories, or assist in anyway for their nation and their people. But when there is no hard times ahead and peace is established, women must return home to preform their maternal duties and raise their children to create a new and happy generation of proud British Citizens.

    Isolationist.png Isolationism and Anti-Globalism.png Anti-Globalization

    While his beliefs and ideology changed as he grew older, Mosley did believe that the races and nationalities of the world can work together and form friendship with one another but must remain restricted by borders to preserve the individual identities of these people and prevent Globalism. In his words: "We can live in peace and friendship side by side in separate nations and separate developments. But we cannot have the mix up of the peoples and races who are widely different divergent. It will lead to nothing but trouble!".

    Pan-Nationalism.png Pan-Nationalism and Anticommunism2.png Anti-Communism

    Mosley believed that his people should come first but once their own matters were settled they should assist the other European nations and beyond that, assist the hungry and ill of the rest of the world to prevent Communist from spreading.

    Pac.png Pacifism

    The British Union of Fascists were heavily against the Second World War as they claimed peace can be formed between Cball-UK.png Britain, Nazi.png Germany, and all European powers. Mosley saw the war as just another pointless conflict that pitted European brothers against one another, dooming a whole generation and crippling Europe. If the European people fought one another they would of just given more power to the Commie.png Communists and the Capitalists who wish to abuse and use the European people. If war must happen, Mosley believed that it must be waged against the Communists such as the Soviet Union who he knew desired to expand their borders and split Europe in half (Which they would end up doing).

    Anticap.png Anti-Capitalism

    British Fascism sees Capitalism as one of the roots of evil. It is a greedy belief that uses the manpower of the world for the gains of the few. Cap.png Capitalism is also the reason why many Third World societies are driven to Commie.png Communism. Capitalism abuses the native populations of many different nations whether they are Cball-Taiwan.png Chinese, Cball-Japan.png Japanese, Cball-British India.png Indian, or African, making these native people work in the sweat shops to create cheap goods that ruin the economy of European nations but also lead to the suffering of these native workers. Capitalism and the abuse of the native population is why nations like China turned to Communism, the largest population in the world gifted to one of the worlds largest threats. Beyond that, natives of these lands are brought to Western Nations to become cheap labour with a few white supervisors that leads to many Western Civilians losing their jobs for cheaper labour.


    Ethplur.png Bowdenism


    Griffinism.png Griffinism

    Griffinism is a variant of British Fascism, based on the views of Nick Griffin. It is primarily influenced by Strasser.png Strasserism, emphasising a strong Anticap.png anti-capitalist presence while still remaining opposed to Ormarxf.png Marxism. They believe in Ethplur.png Ethnopluralism and promote unity between racial nationalists of all groups to join together to end Multicult.png Multiculturalism. They have supported Blacknat.png Black Nationalists such as Garveyism.png Markus Garvey and Black Islamism.png Louis Farrakhan, aswell as IslamNat.png Islamists including Gaddaficap.png Muammar Gaddafi and Khom.png Ayatollah Khomeni.

    NeoFash.png Neonazi ball.png Modern Groups BritishDemocrats.png BritUltranat.png National Action.png PatAlt.png

    BritishDemocrats.png British Democratic Party


    BritUltranat.png Britain First


    National Action.png National Action


    PatAlt.png Patriotic Alternative


    Personality and Behaviour

    British Fascist is considered a fantastic orator but he has lost a lot of his popularity and has been in decline socially for decades. Is a gamer.

    How to Draw

    Flag of British Fascism
    1. Draw a ball with eyes,
    2. Fill the ball with red,
    3. Draw a white circle in the centre,
    4. Draw a smaller, blue circle in the middle of the white circle,
    5. Draw a white lightning bolt through the blue circle,
    6. Add the eyes, and you're done!
    7. (Optional) Draw a British blackshirt hat.
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Red #CF142B 207, 20, 43
    White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255
    Blue #00247D 0, 36, 125




    • Rpop-tinfoilhat.png Right-Wing Populism - Carries on my legacy in Britain, but insists he is still democratic.
    • Blueshirt.png Blueshirtism - "Have the Irish ever heard this old english proverb? It goes along the lines of 'All is fair in Love and War."
    • Flang.png Falangism - I transliterated your anthem. Why are you a papist?
    • Blacknat.png Black Nationalism - I'm not racist! I have black friends.
    • Ingsocf.png Ingsoc - You could've been nice if you weren't cringe socialists.


    • Ancom.png Anarcho-Communism - Beat me up back in the 40's and all around scum.
    • Ancapf.png Anarcho-Capitalism - Capitalism and anarchism? How can you come up with something this bad?
    • Zio.png Zionism - Britain will not surrender to these "people."
    • Anqueer.png Queer Anarchism - "Any queers in the audience tonight? Get 'em up against the wall!"
    • World.png Globalism - You desire to destroy the the natural, the noble, and the beautiful. Turning the world in a large grey mess!
    • Cap.png Capitalism - Because of scum like you Communism is on the rise and allowed to ensnare so many different nations into it.
    • PAP(Singapore).png People's Action Party - Stole my symbolics and speeches to become a part of global capitalism.
    • Insarch.png Insurrectionary Anarchism - Screw you masked man for destroying me!

    Further Information






    Mosley 1998

    Alternative History




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