Our Seditious Cartoon Book
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Originally this booklet of Arnold Leese’s pre-war series of anti-Jewish cartoons was published by Arnold Leese in 1948. This booklet did not include all the images used in the pre-war editions of “The Fascist”.
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In 1290, King Edward I issued an edict expelling all Jews from England. The expulsion edict remained in force for the rest of the Middle Ages. On 18 July 1290 every professing Jew in England was ordered out of the Realm, for ever, by King Edward I. Between sixteen and seventeen thousand Jews had to leave. Oliver Cromwell permitted Jews to return to England in 1657, over 360 years after their banishment by Edward I, in exchange for finance.
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This image was first used as the front page illustration of the September 1937 “The Fascist” issue number 100. This edition of the IFL newspaper was largely dedicated to attacking the British aristocracy and the numbers of titled gentry who were marrying wealthy Jewish women.
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A newly married couple, a Jewess and a Gentile, exiting the Registry Office is mocked by the dog owner for race mixing.
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This image was featured in the August 1936 “The Fascist” issue 87. Not all the cartoons carried a serious political message or comment. This was one of several intended purely for the amusement of the average IFL newspaper reader. A starfish shaped like a swastika outrages Jewish holiday makers on the beach at Margate.
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Image attacking the transfer of Arab lands in Palestine to Zionist settlers.
Palestine was governed under a British mandate after the defeat of the Turkish Empire in the First World War. Leese and others argued that the Balfour Declaration and the creation of a Jewish/Zionist enclave in Palestine was a betrayal of the promised freedom by the British to those Arabs who had fought under British command against the Turks.
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This cartoon portrays a Jew playing chess with the devil as well matched equals. Note the pieces are presented as various people that symbolize how they are used as “pawns” in reals life.
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In this cartoon poison gas both literally, as created by the Jewish chemist Haber, and in the form of the “poisonous gas” that jewish media propaganda releases are criticized.
Fritz Haber ( 9 December 1868 – 29 January 1934) was a German chemist of Jewish origin who received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1918 for his invention of the Haber-Bosch process, the method used in industry to synthesize ammonia from nitrogen and hydrogen gasses. This invention is of importance for the large-scale synthesis of fertilizers and explosives.
Haber is also considered the “father of chemical warfare” for his years of pioneering work developing and weaponizing chlorine and other poisonous gases during World War I, especially his actions during the Second Battle of Ypres.
He was promoted to the rank of captain and made head of the Chemistry Section in the Ministry of War soon after the war began. In addition to leading the teams developing chlorine gas and other deadly gases for use in trench warfare, Haber was on hand personally when it was first released by the German military at the Second Battle of Ypres (22 April to 25 May 1915) in Belgium. Haber also helped to develop gas masks with adsorbent filters which could protect against such weapons.
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This image depicting the three major Westminster political parties (Labour, Conservative and the Liberals) of being boot licking lackeys under total Jewish control originally appeared in the December 1935 “The Fascist” issue number 79. Note the tail of the whip forms the pound symbol, representing Jewish “money power”.
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This image was first used in the November 1936 “The Fascist” issue 90.
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“Civilization” as represented by the bound lady is under imminent threat of destruction by the snake-like Jewish “monster”. A tired St. George appears unaware of how dire the situation is.
Arnold Spencer Leese (1878 – 18 January 1956) was a veterinarian and British fascist politician. He was the founder of the Imperial Fascist League and the London editor of The Fascist. After the Second World War; the duration of which he had been held hostage under Defence Regulation 18B by the ruling regime; he led the National Workers Movement and edited the journal Gothic Ripples. Leese was exceptionally Jew-wise and uncovered Jewish supremacist malfeasance in an utterly unflinching manner across the board. His successor was Colin Jordan whose lasting legacy was the British Movement.
2 Political Fascist
3 Prison and internment
4 Post-war activities
5 Published works
7 See also
8 External links
Arnold Leese was born in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, England to a middle class family and was educated at Giggleswick School.
After qualifying as a veterinarian, he moved his practice to British India, where he became an expert on the camel. He worked there for six years before becoming Camel Specialist for the East Africa Protectorate of the British Empire.
He published numerous articles on the camel and its maladies, the first appearing in The Journal of Tropical Veterinary Science in 1909. He had the honour of a camel parasite being named after him: Thelazia leesei.
He joined the Royal Army Veterinary Corps of the British Army at the start of World War I and served on the Western Front and the Middle East. Captain Leese returned to England where he continued his practice, retiring and publishing a book, The One-Humped Camel in Health and in Disease (1928), which would remain a standard work in India for fifty years. He retired from his practice of veterinary surgeon in 1928.
In 1924 he joined the British Fascists and was elected a councillor in Stamford, Lincolnshire that year, along with fellow fascist Henry Simpson. In his autobiography, Leese wrote “We were the first constitutionally elected Fascists in England”.
[Image] Imperial Fascist League with Arnold Leese, front, center.
By 1926, having become disillusioned with the British Fascists, Leese became a founding member of the Fascist League. It was during this time when he meet H. H. Beamish who introduced him to the Protocols of the Elders of Zion which placed Leese on the path of opposing Jewish world power.
In November 1928 he joined the Imperial Fascist League and in 1930 became the League’s leader. By 1933, the League had been eclipsed and overtaken by Oswald Mosley and the British Union of Fascists. He greatly resented Mosley and dubbed him a “kosher fascist”. Leese utilised materials distributed by the Welt-Dienst (World-Service) news service headed by Ulrich Fleischhauer in Germany.
Prison and internment
Leese’s opposition to Jewish supremacy earned him a prison sentence in 1936 when he was indicted along with fellow IFL member Walter Whitehead on six counts relating to two articles published in the July issue of The Fascist (the IFL newspaper) entitled “Jewish Ritual Murder,” which later appeared as a pamphlet.  He was convicted and was jailed for six months in lieu of a fine for causing a public mischief. On his release he edited another pamphlet entitled, “My Irelevant Trial.”
He was one of the last leaders of the fascist movement to be interned in the United Kingdom at the beginning of World War II under the Defence Regulation 18B.
Released on conditions in December 1943 because of ill health, Leese again returned to prison in 1947 for six months for his part in aiding an attempt by imprisoned Dutch members of the Waffen SS to escape to Argentina.
After the war, Leese formed the National Workers Movement and published his own magazine, Gothic Ripples, which was largely concerned with attacking the Jews. A mentor of the young Colin Jordan, Leese left Jordan his Holland Park house (74 Princedale Road, London W11) upon his death (although his widow retained the use of it (usufruit) as a sanctuary), which, known for a short spell as Arnold Leese House, 74 Princedale Road, would become Jordan’s base of operations.
In 1951, he published his autobiography Out of Step: Events in the Two Lives of an Anti-Jewish Camel Doctor.
▪ My Irrelevant Defence: Meditations Inside Gaol and Out on Jewish Ritual Murder text (1938)
▪ Jewish Press-Control (1939)
▪ The Jewish War For Survival (1945)
▪ The Great Jewish Masque -— Or The Ass In The Lion’s Skin
▪ Our Jewish Aristocracy (March 1949)
▪ Devilry in the Holy Land (1938)
▪ Bolshevism is Jewish! (1939) 
▪ The Legalised Cruelty of Shechita: The Jewish Method of Cattle-Slaughter (ca. 1939) 
▪ Gentile Folly: The Rothschilds (1940)
▪ Our Seditious Cartoon Book, Carmac Press, (1946)
▪ Racial Inequality In Europe (1947) 
▪ The Era of World Ruin!
1. Under Cover, p. 192, by John Roy Carlson, (1943)
2. Fascism in Britain: from Oswald Mosley’s Blackshirts to the National Front, by Richard C. Thurlow, page 47
3. British Fascism: Essays on the Radical Right in inter-war Britain, by Kenneth Lunn and Richard C. Thurlow, page 57
4. British Fascism: Essays on the Radical Right in inter-war Britain, by Kenneth Lunn and Richard C. Thurlow, page 57
▪ Lineage of British Nationalist organizations and individuals
▪ Rex v. Leese
External links (see link below)
▪ Arnold Leese’s works online
▪ Arnold Leese at Nationalist Library
▪ Arnold Spencer Leese: Co-founder of the Imperial Fascist League
▪ The Political Cartoons Used To Illustrate the Publications of Arnold Leese at Northland Forum
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Version 3: Jun 10, 2015 — Added biography of Arnold Leese and added Ver 2 of the PDF. Updated with Ver 3 of the PDF.
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