republicansareahategroup:

fake-magical-girl:

theperksofbeingaperk:

https://archive.org/details/DontBeaS1947

Here’s the whole video. It’s called “Don’t Be A Sucker” and it’s 17 minutes long.

don’t just scroll past this actually watch it, it’s only 2 minutes long. If you re-recorded this today word for word with modern actors and places, it wouldn’t even look out of place as a PSA

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antifainternational:

The Battle of Lewisham was fought forty-two years ago today, 5000 cops attempted to force a march of 500 National Front fascists through the London borough of Lewisham.  5000 anti-fascists in Lewisham were not having any of it and fought both the National Front and their police escort, stopping the march from reaching the town centre and forcing the NF to instead hold their rally & speeches in a car park before scurrying back to the trains under a hail of bricks & bottles.

111 people, including 56 police were injured and 214 people arrested in the melee.  

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workingclasshistory:

On this day, 29 July 1962, fascist Oswald Mosley attempted to march through Manchester. However he was attacked by anti-fascists who knocked him to the ground, and had to be rescued and escorted by 250 police, who were unable to prevent the fascist being pelted with tomatoes, eggs, coins and stones. Following the March Mosley attempted to speak but he was drowned out by a crowd of 5000 anti-fascists who forced police to call off the meeting after just seven minutes. Clashes between local residents and Blackshirts continued for some time, and the police arrested 47 people.
We are working on a podcast episode about struggles against Mosley. Were you involved in any of these protests, or do you know an older friend or relative who was? If so please do drop us an email on info@workingclasshistory.com https://www.facebook.com/workingclasshistory/photos/a.296224173896073/1176890332496115/?type=3

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workingclasshistory:

On this day, 29 July 1962, fascist Oswald Mosley attempted to march through Manchester. However he was attacked by anti-fascists who knocked him to the ground, and had to be rescued and escorted by 250 police, who were unable to prevent the fascist being pelted with tomatoes, eggs, coins and stones. Following the March Mosley attempted to speak but he was drowned out by a crowd of 5000 anti-fascists who forced police to call off the meeting after just seven minutes. Clashes between local residents and Blackshirts continued for some time, and the police arrested 47 people.
We are working on a podcast episode about struggles against Mosley. Were you involved in any of these protests, or do you know an older friend or relative who was? If so please do drop us an email on info@workingclasshistory.com https://www.facebook.com/workingclasshistory/photos/a.296224173896073/1176890332496115/?type=3

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