William Brooke Joyce (April 24, 1906 – January 3, 1946) was a politician, author and radio broadcaster, who was involved with the British Union of Fascists and later the National Socialist League. Joyce rightfully claimed that Winston Churchill was a servant “not of the British public, or of the British Empire, but of international Jewish finance. This charge must be preferred against a man who has so signally violated British tradition in the course of this war.” The Jewish occupied British government unlawfully executed him for “treason” as a result of his Nationalist activities broadcasting programs to the United Kingdom from Germany during the Second World War.
[Winston Churchill] is the servant, not of the British public, or of the British Empire, but of International Jewish Finance. This charge must be preferred against a man who has so signally violated British tradition in the course of this war.” – William Brooke Joyce Broadcast, Radio Cologne, 8 April 1943.
“I, William Joyce, will merely say that I left England because I would not fight for Jewry against the Führer and National Socialism, and because I believe most ardently, as I do today, that victory and a perpetuation of the old system would be an incomparably greater evil for England than defeat coupled with a possibility of building something new, something really national, something truly socialist.” – William Brooke Joyce
“Man is guided by more than reason alone: and in this great conflict, I wanted to play a clear and definite part. In small matters, it is easy enough to be guided by conventional loyalty. In great matters, a man has the right to hold himself responsible to Higher Justice alone.” – William Brooke Joyce Twilight over England
ARYAN MARTYR OF WORLD WAR II
William Joyce’s remains were exhumed from London’s Wandsworth Prison where he was executed, and buried at Galway in the Irish Republic. Joyce was hanged on Jan. 3, 1946 on a trumped-up “treason” charge stemming from his ardent opposition to the senseless slaughter of Aryan lives in World War II. An American by birth, Joyce had an Irish father and an English mother. He was only 39 when he died.
Joyce’s last words were: “In death, as in life, I defy the Jews, who caused this last war: and I defy the power of Darkness which they represent, I warn the British people against the aggressive imperialism of the Soviet Union, May Britain be great once again; and in the hour of the greatest danger to the west, may the standard of the Swastika be raised from the dust, crowned with the historic words: ‘In spite of everything, you have been victorious:’ I am proud to die for my ideals/and I am sorry for the sons of Britain who have died without knowing why.” – William Brooke Joyce
Books and Pamphlets written by William Joyce