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Britain’s Genocides and Mass Murder

December 24, 2017

After a post on the United States’ death toll on humanity, it is now time to look at Britain, aka the self-described “Great” Britain, aka the “United Kingdom”, aka England.

Britain is strongly linked to Capitalism which is the most evil socioeconomic system that has ever existed.

In fact, Britain was a pioneer and early adopter of Capitalism and so caused a great share of Capitalist crimes against humanity.

Here’s an incomplete list of Britain’s genocides and mass murderer campaigns:

1,500,000 Irish Potato Famine

75,000 Second Boer War

116,000 Burma-Siam Railroad Construction

10,000,000 Bengal Famine of 1943, engineered by Winston Churchill

30,000,000 Famine in British India

500,000 Iraq (Desert Storm), Britain was America’s most committed ally

1,200,000 Invasion of Afghanistan, again Britain contributed

1,300,000 Invasion of Iraq, Britain is an important member of the Mother of All Coalitions

3,500,000 South African Apartheid Regime Death Toll, Britain for the most part being supportive of the Apartheid regime

6,000,000 Japanese Imperialism, nurtured and encouraged by Britain at early stages

10,000,000 Korean War, Britain involved

20,000,000 British Occupation of India

95,000,000 Native American Genocide

150,000,000 African Slave Trade, principal perpetrator being Britain, even when Britain “abolished” the trade it compensated the slave-runners not the victims

80,000,000 British Empire’s death toll in Asia, Africa, and the Pacific area.

The Grand total of deaths caused by Britain would appear to be greater than the same of the United States and is currently at about 420 million mark.

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Breaking News: Britain’s Fallon Threatens Hackers with Air Strikes

June 27, 2017

Britain could launch air strikes on hackers, Britain’s Defense Secretary warned today.

Britain’s Michael Fallon sent out a tough message to hackers in the wake of recent attacks on British networks.

He said the UK had the ability to respond to online attacks from any domain – air, land or sea.

According to Fallon, this was signalling to potential cyber strikers that the price of an online attack could invite a response from any domain – air, land, sea.

He also hinted that Britain’s newest future shipwreck – the so-called Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier – could be used for the purpose.

Chinese Curse on the English

June 27, 2017

The UK now almost poses like the best friend China has ever had or will be lucky to have in the future.

But the fact of the matter is the British, and in particular the English, waged wars and made attacks against the Chinese such as the Opium Wars and the Boxer Rebellion and the forced sale of opium drugs in China causing much suffering and misery to the Chinese populace.

So much so that some Chinese villages in Guangdong came up with a curse against the English which goes on like this:

“We note that you English barbarians have formed the habits and developed the nature of wolves, plundering and seizing things by force.

We patriots have received the favor of the Celestial Dynasty in nourishing us for two centuries. Today, if we do not exterminate you English barbarians, we are not human beings. You [the English] have killed and injured our common people in many villages and seriously hurt the universal harmony. You also completely destroyed the coffins in several places, and you disastrously destroyed the Buddhist statues in several monasteries.

This is the time when Heaven is angered and mankind is resentful, even the ghosts and spirits will not tolerate you beasts (the English)”.

In light of recent events, I wonder if this curse still has power.

How Britain Killed its Way Around the World

October 27, 2015

During India’s 1st War of Independence dubbed by Britain’s lying historians the “Indian Mutiny”, British troops employed a particularly brutal method of killing prisoners of war.

England kills

Brits tied their captives to field guns and then lighted the fuse tearing their bodies apart while alive as the guns fired.

England kills 2

Prince Andrew Sex Crimes

January 11, 2015

Prince Andrew, aka the Duke of York, was named recently in an under age sex lawsuit.

You can read about it, for example, here.

The Buckingham Palace issued a couple of denials… as they would really… they have the institution to protect.

It’s interesting to look at this Duke of York character… another inbred degenerate English Royal… the infusion of some fresh blood (such as it was) into the Royal line happened too late for Andrew, though he is not harmless at all.

Wikileaks has a nice dump of documents on him.

Prince Andrew the Geographer

Prince Andrew the Big Game Playa… and he aims to win it this time make no mistake about it.
Note the tone of the US reviewer… “his mother’s subjects..” etc.

All WikiLeaks dox on Prince Andrew

Pedo prince

Pedo prince is happy to be an inbred degenerate

White Slavery on Rise in Britain

December 1, 2014

A BBC website piece – BBC News – Slavery levels in UK ‘higher than thought’

It says that there could be between 10,000 and 13,000 slaves in the UK, higher than previous figures, analysis for the Home Office suggests.

Modern slavery victims are said to include women forced into prostitution, “imprisoned” domestic staff and workers in fields, factories and fishing boats.

It said the victims included people trafficked from more than 100 countries – the most prevalent being Albania, Nigeria, Vietnam and Romania – as well as British-born adults and children.

A few things to note here.

Slavery is about the only thing that Britain could do well.

It appears Britain can’t quite forget its legacy of being the principal slave master of the world and one that extracted the most benefit from slavery. Huge capital inflows from massive operations to capture, transport and sell black Africans to slave owners in its overseas colonies funded Britain’s “industrial revolution” at the time which allowed the country to come to the fore of leading nations, albeit briefly.

Most of the economic assets that Britain still has were engendered by the bloody toils of the African black slave in one way or another and date back to the time of black slavery.

Now of course it cannot replicate anything remotely similar to its former government-funded slave running operations so it now turns its attention to “white” slavery… making slaves principally of white Eastern Europeans as well as of own British citizens, including thousands of British underage girls effectively toiling in the harems of criminal elements within the British Pakistani community.

Also, the British Government has been raising a huge stink in Europe and on the international arena recently all about depriving even immigrants from the EU of benefits hoping and even expecting that more will be driven into slavery and exploited in Britain for free.

Business as usual: UK arms factories ‘profit’ from Palestinian bloodshed — RT

August 18, 2014

Business as usual: UK arms factories ‘profit’ from Palestinian bloodshed — RT UK

Thatcher’s Most Evil Crime

April 12, 2013

Thatcher’s most despicable crime is not the British miners, not the Apartheid regime in South Africa, not the North of Ireland hunger strikes, not the total and wanton destruction of British industry, not Pinochet, not the Belgrano, not the murders, political assassinations or coups all over the world, not the Khmer Rouge, Pol Pot and Osama bin Laden whom she enthusiastically supported, courted, aided and abetted, and not the Poll tax, not even the current crisis induced by her policies, and not even the upcoming demise of Britain which is likely to collapse soon under the accumulated weight of her great crimes, past and present.

Thatcher’s most despicable crime is her major contribution to the enslavement of the Eastern Europeans by the so-called free market — capitalist Imperialist — forces.

The Iron Curtain of Freedumb and Democrazy has now firmly descended on Eastern Europe, plunging the half-continent into an oppressive darkness.

Millions of Eastern Europeans are now slaves to Imperialist capitalist corporations, most of them under predatory Anglo-Dutch control and under the control of the resurgent (and soon to be revanchist) Germany and are now victims to legions of Anglo-Dutch, French and German scammers, thieves and hedge fund operators and all kinds of other scheming and stealing Western human filth unleashed on them together with the hordes of Western pedophiles and perverts of every description corrupting, raping their young sons and daughters, making prostitutes and unwilling amateur porn actors out of them and otherwise abusing them and violating every natural orifice in their young, tender and defenseless bodies while the formerly free citizens of Eastern Europe (like the people of Western Europe before them) can do nothing, are powerless and are now left with nothing — no own land, no own homes, no industries, no independent economies, no own currency, no factories or plants, no national companies, no savings in the banks (what little there are can be taken away from them on orders of EU bureaucrats at any moment) no hope and no future other than living scared from one crippling crisis to another, from bust to bust with no boom in between, and even in fact with no national identity as their nation states have been eroded, virtually destroyed and rolled into one huge dumb EweroPEEon blob and basically made cease to exist whereas during the much better times of Socialism they, their cultures and the products of their industries were known, celebrated and renowned all over the world and their children had happy childhoods, excellent care, protection from Western filth and free education and otherwise the best society could offer.

And that is surely the most evil of Maggie’s evil crimes.

Wicked witch

Britain About to be Relegated

January 29, 2013

Britain is about to be relegated. From the Group of Seven “Leading” Economies all the way down to the ranks of the third world… and nearer the bottom there too.

At least the Daily Mail thinks so in a book review or something.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2157055/Why-Britain-join-Third-World.html#ixzz23KMXZb3A

Relegation, every football manager’s nightmare, now looms on a national scale. Countries, like football teams, can slide down the leagues, and for Britain the pending demotion is traumatic – from the ranks of the first world to those of the third.

Britain is an undeveloping economy, a submerging rather than emerging market. Not only will 2014 mark 100 years since the start of the First World War, it will also be a century since we were last an undisputed economic leader and superpower.

In 1914, Britain would have been Manchester City in the league table of economic nations; today it is like Aston Villa, battling against relegation.

The signs are that this fight will be lost – and not simply because of the depressed state of our economy. More worrying are the indications that Britain is ceasing to be a developed economy and is now on course to swap places with one of the emerging economic giants.

Take our balance-of-payments problem. Britain last ran a current-account surplus in 1983. Since then, it has been in deficit. Worse, it has been borrowing money from countries such as China in order to buy goods made in, yes, China.

Then there is the steady sale of our commercial assets to foreigners. Overseas investors possess nearly £200 billion more of British assets than our investors own overseas.

Britain’s labour market is a mess – another sign of a relegation candidate. Many native workers, considered too unproductive and poorly trained to be of use, are paid beer money in the form of benefits to keep them quiet, while better qualified foreigners are recruited instead.

At the latest count, four million of Britain’s 29 million workers  were foreign-born. Two million Britons are registered as long-term sick, and 2.63 million are unemployed, using the broadest definition.

There is a permanent rumble of discontent from the customers of both State and private organisations. Public servants demand additional upfront payments, in cash or kind, before they will perform their tasks (police overtime, GP contracts).

A pseudo-competitive private sector in gas, water, railways and electricity conspires against the public, as companies conjure up ever-more inventive reasons to increase charges.

As with many countries in the developing world, there is chronic uncertainty about the authority of the State. In Britain, a separatist party is in control of a resources-rich  region (Scotland), while the potential constitutional flashpoints are many and various: Westminster versus Brussels; Ministers versus the still-new Supreme Court . . .

Finally, there is the search, at least among the political and media classes, for charismatic national leadership. Tony Blair and David Cameron have been fitted for this role, while Gordon Brown and Ming Campbell have been excoriated.

It has taken us 100 years to reach this sorry condition. Relative decline, against the United States in particular, may have been inescapable, but our pending relegation was never inevitable. There have been, perhaps, five major turning points.

The first was the decision after the First World War to rejoin the gold standard and expand our territorial empire. This terrible mistake weakened the economy, burdening Britain with costs it could not bear.

The second came after the Second World War and was the defence of an unrealistic pound/dollar exchange rate as we sought to play the part of a major power with unaffordable military commitments around the world. It was, in a different form, the same post-war mistake as before.

The third came from the abandonment of manufacturing industry in the Eighties and the squandering of North Sea oil. These are linked; while proceeds from the North Sea paid for millions to be unemployed, the effect of oil exports on the pound made sales of manufactured goods uncompetitive.

The fourth was the absurd over-reliance on finance and the City from 1986 to 2007. Not only did this unbalance the economy, leaving swathes of the national hinterland to rot, but it also helped build an enormous debt mountain under whose shadow we are now living.

The fifth mistake was the response to the 2007 crisis. For all the talk of ‘tough’ decisions, ours has been a ‘Barbra Streisand’ policy, seeking to get back to ‘the way we were’. The real objective has been to maintain the pre-2007 order: cheap credit,  free markets (for finance and big business), red tape (for small business), large-scale official interference in private lives and a vast apparatus of State officialdom.

Let no one say demotion is impossible. Had the Group of  Seven leading economies existed  in 1945, Argentina would have  been a member. But after decades of mismanagement, inflation and debt defaults, it no longer figures in anyone’s idea of the big league.

Yet Britain is in a state of denial, our leaders convinced that the economy is a winning side. The alternative is to accept that we are starting from scratch. Developing countries need a development model, and undeveloping countries such as Britain do too.

Two approaches are on offer. We could try to emulate the so-called Swedish model, with a social-industrial-government partnership and extensive public welfare, or we could aim to be an Atlantic Hong Kong, with minimum State interference, low taxes and only basic welfare services.

We must choose. It is our long-term refusal to do so that has led to our current predicament.

What’s to be done, babe?

London, Global Capital of Money Laundering

November 20, 2012
London is the money-laundering capital of the world, according to a special six-page investigation published in a recent issue of Private Eye and reports in the blogosphere.

Richard Brooks, a former tax inspector responsible for Private Eye’s groundbreaking exposés of corporate tax avoidance, turns his attention to the dirty money flowing through Britain’s banks and tax havens and to proceeds of crime being laundered there.

Weeks after a US senate committee slammed Britain’s biggest bank, HSBC, for facilitating vast money-laundering operations, including washing money from Mexican drug cartels, he finds that light-touch banking regulation and a thriving network of tax havens, have made Britain the center of an embezzlement industry that steals billions from the world’s poor and underprivileged and is the largest contributor to Britain’s national budget.

Brooks has spent months tracking high-profile corruption cases as they make their way through British courts. He zeroes in on one of the most outrageous cases, that of James Ibori, former governor of the Delta State in Nigeria, who between 1999 and 2007, funnelled £200m of pounds of state money through British banks to fund an outrageously lavish lifestyle.

While many Nigerians went without basic education and social care, Ibori spent stolen loot on a Bentley, private school fees for his children, properties in Hampstead, a fleet of armoured Range Rovers and dozens of gambling trips to Las Vegas.

With the help of a British solicitor, Bhadresh Gohil, Ibori managed to sneak Nigerian wealth out of the country and launder it through HSBC and Barclays bank accounts, apparently in collusion with Britain’s secret services and senior government officials who all got their cut too.

It’s a complex story, in which dirty money zips between secretive tax havens, obscure front companies, and British high street banks. But, as Sasha Wass QC told the jury at Ibori’s eventual trial, ‘If you’re confused by this … that is exactly the idea.’

It was only when the eight police officers who make up the Met’s Proceeds of Corruption unit painstakingly followed the money that they managed to piece together what Judge Pitts, who sentenced James Ibori to 13 years at Southwark Crown Court in April this year, called ‘one of the biggest money laundering cases ever seen’.

But despite Ibori’s long sentence, the British banks who facilitated his crimes and so many others like it, have not seen the inside of a court room and are unlikely to any time soon.

Britain’s regulation-free tax havens, such the City of London; Guernsey; Jersey; Cardiff, Wales; Isle of Man and many others where stolen loot is stashed and the bankers who wash the money are still a long way from proper regulation.

Private Eye points out that Lord Green, a current trade minister and member of the Treasury team deciding how to reform Britain’s banks, was chief executive of HSBC during the years it was turning over hundreds of millions of pounds of dirty money. Which bodes well for the reformation of Britain’s corrupt mafia-run banks, doesn’t it?

London, Global Capital of Money Laundering


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