Thursday, March 8, 2018

A Quote from William Joyce on Britain and World War II

"Britain's victories are barren; they leave her poor, and they leave her people hungry; they leave her bereft of the markets and the wealth that she possessed six years ago. But above all, they leave her with an immensely greater problem than she had then. We are nearing the end of one phase of Europe's history, but the next will be no happier. It will be grimmer, harder and perhaps bloodier. And now I ask you earnestly, can Britain survive?"
- Broadcast from 30 April 1945; William 'Lord Haw Haw' Joyce's last
The well-known scar worn by Joyce was actually
earned while a member of the British Fascisti, the
first fascist group established in Britain