was missing the sweet sound of the Nazi beat, the leather whip and the strict regime. Not bad for an old git of 67, picture OMB (i.e. Old Man Balls) to be able to entertain (if that is the right word) five prossies at a time, dressed in pseudo-Auschwitz uniforms.
Disgraced by the News of the Would video footage, of spending a few hours in the S&M therapy session.The Fourth son of Sir Oswald Mosley named, Max Rufus Mosley (born 1940, London, England) and president of the FIA (Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile) which is also the governing body for the Grand Prix fame, Formula One and other international motor sports. He is looking for legal advice against the publication and at least he’ll be safe in Bahrain.
[The original video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by News International Limited]
I know you can’t wait to see Mosley in action.
Found some funny guys doing this, thanks to fastlanedaily
Calls for his resignation are flooding in.
Max Mosley, one of the most powerful men in world sport, was under pressure to resign as boss of Formula One’s governing body last night after he was exposed enjoying a Nazi-style orgy with five prostitutes.
Jewish groups condemned the behaviour of Mosley, 67, whose father, Sir Oswald, was the leader of the British Union of Fascists and a friend of Adolf Hitler. Timesonline
Please also take into consideration that this is the same man; Lewis Hamilton did not make a great impression.
BACKGROUND: Sir Oswald Mosley, former leader of the British Union of Fascists, and a personal friend of Adolf Hitler, famous for the genocide against “inferior” races.
1934. The British Union of Fascists (BUF) held a rally in January attended by more than 10,000 supporters. Leader Sir Oswald Mosley hoped to encourage fascist support or his BUF party to win power at the general election. BUF supporters were also known as Blackshirts because of their style of dress which was modelled on Italian fascist leader Mussolini. Mainstream politicians distanced themselves from Mosley. 
No rising star in the political firmament ever shone more brightly than Sir Oswald Mosley. Since by general assent he could have become the leader of either the Labour or the Conservative Party. What Mosley so valiantly stood for could have saved this country from the Hungry Thirties and the Second World War. Michael Foot
It’s been a good day! Laughter, indeed, is good medicine.