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Crimes of Britain
Revisiting and monitoring the crimes of Britain - Book and doc film out soon - Contact via website
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Crimes of Britain Feb 18
Britain's greed for cheap oil saw them arm Nigeria and support a blockade against Biafra which staved children to death.
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Crimes of Britain Feb 17
British/NATO air strikes without UN authorisation fell on schools, housing estates & hospitals in Yugoslavia in the name of humanitarianism.
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Crimes of Britain Feb 13
14th Feb 1779: Captain James Cook of the British Royal Navy was killed as he attempted to bring his savage colonial ways to Hawaii.
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Crimes of Britain Feb 13
'Famine roads': Starving Irish people were forced to build roads to nowhere by the British during the genocide of 1845-52.
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Crimes of Britain Feb 12
Remembering brave IRA Volunteer Frank Stagg who died on hunger strike in an English jail on this day in 1976. Murdered by Britain.
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Crimes of Britain Feb 12
Irish people over the decades were interned, framed by British justice, discriminated against, subject to vile media campaigns...
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Crimes of Britain Feb 11
Irish human rights lawyer Pat Finucane was murdered on this day in 1989 by a loyalist death squad in collusion with the British state.
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Crimes of Britain Feb 11
It was the resistance by enslaved Africans that ended slavery. Britain did not 'abolish' it because of their morals and ethics.
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Crimes of Britain Feb 11
Anti-war movement in Britain has been nonexistent vis-à-vis Yemen/Libya yet find plenty of time to protest Trump not British foreign policy.
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Crimes of Britain Feb 10
YouGov poll found 44% of Brits were proud of their nations colonialism, just 21% regretted it. An Empire of mass genocide and theft.
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Crimes of Britain Feb 10
Britain used Wahhabism's intolerance and divide/conquer to wage an internal war in the Ottoman Empire in collaboration with Al-Saud family.
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Crimes of Britain Feb 8
300,000+ British soldiers have 'served' in occupied Ireland since 69'. In 72' 30,000 were in an area not much different in size to Yorkshire
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Crimes of Britain Feb 7
In 1981, Thatcher discussed how to “exploit" Iraq’s promising market for arms during the Iran-Iraq war.
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Crimes of Britain Feb 5
Before the Irish genocide of 1845-52 the population of Ireland was 8 million. Ireland's population has never since reached 8 million.
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Crimes of Britain Feb 5
Britain's No.1 hero & posterboy for British Islamophobes Winston Churchill bankrolled & armed Ibn Saud who foisted Wahhabism on the region.
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Crimes of Britain Feb 5
5th Feb 1992, 'Sean Graham bookmakers shooting': The gun that was used to murder 5 Irish people turned up on display in a British museum.
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Crimes of Britain Feb 4
Conservative figures put the death toll during the British engineered famines in India at over 50 million.
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Crimes of Britain Feb 4
400,000 Palestinians were ethnically cleansed under watch of the Brit Labour Party. Lefty Brits ignore Balfour Dec & Britain's role in Nakba
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Crimes of Britain Feb 3
3/4th Feb 1973, the 'New Lodge massacre': 6 Irish people murdered by the British Army colluding with a loyalist death squad.
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Crimes of Britain Feb 2
2nd Feb 1972: The burning of the British embassy in Dublin following the murderous rampage carried out by the British Army on Bloody Sunday.
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