The Anonymous Widower

European Court Rules Against Max Mosley

It is being reported that the European Court has ruled against Max Mosley.

My late father would be pleased to have seen this judgment.

He always claimed, that he got Max’s odious father with a tomato in the 1930s. It may even have been at the Battle of  Cable Street. My father was there as a Londoner of Jewish ancestry, so he hated Oswald Mosley with a passion.  Interestingly, my father was very much on the left of the Tory party, and he was not the only person with that political persuasion, who was there to stop Oswald Mosley and his blackshirts marching.

May 10, 2011 - Posted by | News, World | , ,


  1. I share your sentiments.As would have my father who was at Cable Street that day,as someone who as an atheist and nonobservant Jew and turned out to be a life long Communist and proud of it.

    Comment by peter p | May 10, 2011 | Reply

  2. What my father was mixed up with before the war, I don’t know too much? But he was at the League of Nations in Geneva and he tried to be an MP, but didn’t get selected by the Tories as Duncan Sandys did. He claimed he gave up on politics after that.

    Comment by AnonW | May 10, 2011 | Reply

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