By Mick Clarke
Mick Clarke was a very popular East London leader in the BUF. This booklet makes it clear that Jews who put the interests of Britain first had nothing to fear fromBritish Union.
The point that Mick Clarke made was that in areas of Britain where there were a large number of Jews, the local population did not like them -rightly or wrongly. The Jews as a group tended to blame British Union for their unpopularity. In fact it was only because of the hostility of Jewish interests that British Union took any stance on the issue. This hostility was manifest in the Jewish owned Press. In the Jewish owned film and cinema business in the Jewish street fighters that attempted to break up legal meetings and to deny free speech to Englishmen. After examining the situation from all angles Clarke’s final state was as follows:
We do not persecute the Jews because of their race
We do not oppose the Jews because of their religion
We do not attack them for what they are
WE DEFEND OURSELVES AGAINST THEM BECAUSE OF WHAT THEY DO