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Crimes of Britain
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Crimes of Britain 6h
India had more than 20% of the worlds GDP before Britain colonised. By the time the Brits left it was less than 4%.
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Crimes of Britain 14h
1090 Kenyans were hanged by Britain for opposing colonial rule which stripped the most fertile land from them and given to white settlers.
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Crimes of Britain Nov 14
No border in Ireland is acceptable. Whether "hard" or "soft" it is illegal. Britain partitioned Ireland dividing the country in two to suppress the 32 county Republic of 1916. The idea that there is a favourable kind of border is a total affront to the Republic.
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Crimes of Britain Nov 13
The British are specialists at creating and fuelling sectarian conflicts. Such tactics were mastered in Ireland and India which were then taught to the Americans.
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Crimes of Britain Nov 13
Map identifying the British Army regiments that took food away at gunpoint from starving Irish people to be exported to England.
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Crimes of Britain Nov 11
The Rawalpindi experiments saw the British send hundreds of Indian soldiers into gas chambers and test mustard gas on them to find out if it inflicted greater damage on non-white skin.
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Crimes of Britain Nov 11
When the Brits were telling people to "fight for the freedom of small nations" in WW1, Irish men and women went out to fight for their own country's freedom and establish a Republic.
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Crimes of Britain Nov 11
Let's remember the victims of the British Army.
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Crimes of Britain Nov 11
Churchill on WW1 “I love this war. I know it’s smashing & shattering the lives of thousands & yet I can’t help it”. Britain sent ordinary men to their slaughter in WW1. Should they be honoured/celebrated? No. They should be pitied as they were quite literally sent to an abattoir.
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Crimes of Britain Nov 11
Wear a poppy for these heroes
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Crimes of Britain Nov 11
It’s Remembrance Day in Britain. Let’s thank them for the centuries of occupations, bombing of cities, rapes, savage murders and massacres, assassinations of political leaders, the complete disregard for life and basic humanity. Yes, the British Army has so much to be proud of.
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Crimes of Britain Nov 10
This is Cork in Ireland following the city being burnt to the ground by the British. The Black & Tans set fire to the homes of Irish people. The Brits shot at those that tried to extinguish the blazes
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Crimes of Britain Nov 10
For those living India, a nation which had suffered 14 major man-made famines by the end of WW2, it would be impossible to distinguish between the genocidal nature of the British Empire and the Third Reich. The British Army was never fighting for freedom.
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Crimes of Britain Nov 10
The attempts to excuse the crimes of British soldiers at the moment is a disgrace. Yes, the top brass are to blame but so are those that actually carry out the crimes. The idea that we should sympathise with those that murdered our people and occupied our homelands is an insult.
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Crimes of Britain Nov 9
This is 12-year-old Kevin Heatley who was shot dead by British soldiers in occupied Ireland in 1973. The MOD offered his family £750 compensation. The British deemed that sum to be "the acceptable rate for a minor". Just one of many children murdered
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Crimes of Britain Nov 9
Replying to @crimesofbrits
The British Army is the biggest gang of mass murderers the world has ever seen. The video below lists every single conflict they have been involved in since 1945. The funds raised by the annual poppy appeal go to the veterans of these genocidal conflicts.
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Crimes of Britain Nov 9
Replying to @crimesofbrits
In Yemen in Britain has waged successive campaigns. Much like they did in 1962 the British are using Saudi Arabia as their proxy. Today millions are being starved. British soldiers have been training Saudi forces & telling them where to drop the bombs that Britain has sold them.
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Crimes of Britain Nov 9
Replying to @crimesofbrits
The British Army’s war on Syria has seen them facilitate and work alongside what the BBC termed “moderate rebels”. In 2012, British special forces trained “rebels” in Jordan with the express intention of them going to Syria.
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Crimes of Britain Nov 9
Replying to @crimesofbrits
Libya was destroyed by the British in collaboration with the French and US in 2011. The RAF participated in the ten thousand plus NATO airstrikes on the country. David Cameron went on to say the British forces should be “very proud” of what they “achieved”.
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Crimes of Britain Nov 9
Replying to @crimesofbrits
Millions were displaced and murdered in Afghanistan and Iraq. In 2017 a memorial for British soldiers who were killed in these wars was unveiled in London. It portrays them as liberators of the people.
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