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Crimes of Britain
Revisiting and monitoring the crimes of Britain
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Crimes of Britain Mar 16
"We have always found the Irish a bit odd. They refuse to be English." - Winston Churchill ⁠ ⁠
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Crimes of Britain Mar 16
In the month of March 1769, Britain set out to destroy India's textile industry. It was completely annihilated because it was a competitor to British business. The export markets for textiles were cut off and extortionate duties were placed on the little industry that survived.
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Crimes of Britain Mar 16
Colonial settler states USA, Canada, Australia were all founded on the genocide of the indigenous people. In the case of Australia, Aboriginal people were classed as animals. To this day they suffer under the Anglo-Saxon culture imposed on their land which is rooted in racialism.
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Crimes of Britain Mar 15
Remembering 19-year-old Greek Cypriot freedom fighter Evagoras Pallikarides who was hanged by the British in March 1957 for resisting British colonialism.
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Crimes of Britain Mar 15
20 years ago this April white supremacist David Copeland carried out a series of bomb attacks in London targetting the Black, Bengali and gay communities. This same ideology was behind the terror attack in New Zealand. The Anglosphere leads the world in exporting racism & fascism
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Crimes of Britain Mar 15
Human rights lawyer Rosemary Nelson was assassinated by the British state in the occupied six counties of Ireland in collusion with a loyalist death squad on this day in 1999.
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Crimes of Britain Mar 14
On this day in 1991 the “Birmingham Six” who were tortured and then framed by the British state were freed. Their crime was being Irish. Following their release the Brits charged them “bed & board” for their “stay” in prison. A photo of the innocent men after their arrest.
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Crimes of Britain Mar 14
Just days before a fresh inquiry into Bloody Sunday was announced the British Army destroyed rifles that were used in the murders.
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Crimes of Britain Mar 14
British soldiers murdered hundreds of people including dozens of children to maintain Britain’s hold on the north of Ireland. The perpetrators of these murders got off and have been allowed to grow old enjoying their freedom.
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Crimes of Britain Mar 14
Here you have the British governments reaction to the news. The British Army are not in Ireland to bring peace. They are the occupiers, invaders, and as the Bloody Sunday families know, the butchers too.
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Crimes of Britain Mar 14
A reminder that the Bloody Sunday massacre saw British soldiers fire on a civil rights march resulting in the death of 14 Irish people. 1 soldier is set to face prosecution while 16 are off the hook. The lives of Irish and other colonised people are worth nothing to the British.
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Crimes of Britain Mar 14
When you take the British government to a British court you’re taking the criminal to the criminal. A so-called justice system set up by British state will always work in the interest of itself
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Crimes of Britain Mar 14
The cover up of continues. Only one British soldier has been charged with 2 murders and 4 attempted murders. No prosecutions for the rest. No justice served.
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Crimes of Britain Mar 14
The British Army were the terrorists. This kind of wilful ignorance is why Britain will never come to terms with its imperialist crimes. It’s how the state operates to this day.
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Crimes of Britain Mar 7
⁠ ⁠ If one picture defined and personified colonialism, this is it. A woman in Bengal, India, carrying a Brit on her back.
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Crimes of Britain Mar 6
Dozens of Irish children were shot dead by the British Army throughout their war to maintain Britain’s hold on the north of Ireland. A British minister today said such murders were “not crimes”.
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Crimes of Britain Mar 6
Britain's colonial secretary has stated killings carried out by the security forces were "not crimes".
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Crimes of Britain Mar 6
British soldier who carried out the Bloody Sunday massacre has said it was a “job well done”.
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Crimes of Britain Mar 5
Remembering Irish freedom fighters Mairéad Farrell, Seán Savage & Daniel McCann who were shot dead by the cowardly SAS 31 years ago today in Gibraltar. The Brits launched a massive cover-up, witnesses were intimidated & the British media did their usual job of vilifying.
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Crimes of Britain Mar 5
On this Day in 1867, the Irish Republican Brotherhood issued the following proclamation declaring a sovereign independent Irish Republic. The document placed itself as part of an international workers struggle.
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