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New British Union

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New British Union
LeaderGary Raikes
FounderGary Raikes
Founded2012
Preceded byUnion Movement
HeadquartersAberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom
NewspaperThe Blackshirt
IdeologyBritish Fascism
Isolationism
Syndicalism
Corporatism
British Nationalism
Nativism
Anti-Immigration
Political positionFar-right
Colours             Red, White, Blue
Party flag
Flag of the British Union of Fascists.svg
Website
newbritishunion.co.uk

The New British Union (NBU) is a minor British Fascist political movement, and the unofficial successor to the Union Movement. They consider Sir Oswald Mosley as their spiritual leader. Like British Union of Fascists and the Union Movement, they use the Roman salute and fascist aesthetics. Gary Raikes, their leader, was a member of the British National Party and then Britain First. He is based in Aberdeen, Scotland.[1] The NBU believe in establish Fascist Strongholds or "citadels" to carry out a "silent revolution".[2] They consider themselves Anti-Nazi and Non-Anti-Semitic however claim there is a certain class of Jews that act against the interests of the British people. They also advocate for a Corporatist society and disavow both Capitalism and Socialism and want a complete ban of immigration to the United Kingdom. They also advocate for the death penalty for certain crimes.[3] The group also has a youth wing called 'NBU Youth'.[4] Several of the NBU's membership, including Raikes, are ex-BNP members.[5][6]

Key Members[edit]

- Gary Raikes, NBU Leader.

- Samantha Curtis, NBU Secretary. [7]

Tactics[edit]

One of the NBU's main tactics to gain influence is the postering of propaganda stickers and posters.[8] The NBU also claim to stand members as candidates in elections as 'independents' instead of being under the name NBU.[9] They aim to act via creating fascist 'cells' and use them to influence local political structures.[10][11][12] They also occasionally organise protests, but it is very rare.[13]

External Links[edit]

[1] - Official Website

[2] - The sun newspaper on their launch

[3] - Birmingham Mail on the group

References[edit]

  1. https://www.hopenothate.org.uk/2015/09/29/scotland-s-stupid-revolutionaries/
  2. https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/neo-nazi-group-target-elgin-look-5241506
  3. https://www.rt.com/uk/499685-uk-new-fascist-party/
  4. https://www.leeds-live.co.uk/news/leeds-news/leeds-student-defends-nazi-salutes-17774680
  5. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/8653809.stm
  6. http://ukpollingreport.co.uk/guide/scotland-european-elections/
  7. "NBU Office Contacts".
  8. "NBU Posters".
  9. https://scottishcommunityalliance.org.uk/2019/01/23/threat-from-far-right/
  10. https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/blackshirt-bedroom-fascist-plots-infiltrate-13877025
  11. https://theferret.scot/tag/new-british-union/
  12. https://theferret.scot/fascist-raikes-community-councils/
  13. https://newbritishunion.co.uk/Welcome/activity.html


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