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Crimes of Britain
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British politicians have no right whatsoever to involve themselves in Irish affairs regardless of what it is
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British politicians have no right whatsoever to involve themselves in Irish affairs regardless of what it is
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Crimes of Britain May 24
Last year a number of films aimed at rehabilitating the British Empire were released. Victoria & Abdul was a sickly movie which sought to portray the biggest drug dealer ever as a sweet old woman & Darkest Hour failed to show Churchill was out to save Empire not to fight fascism.
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Crimes of Britain May 24
The United Irishman rebellion began on this day in 1798 against British colonialism. This gallant struggle set aflame the ideals of Irish Republicanism which have never since been extinguished.
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Crimes of Britain May 23
In 1938 a massacre in al-Bassa, Palestine, was carried out by the British Army. Palestinians were put on to a bus which was then forced to drive over a land mine. Villagers were then forced to dig a pit, collect the bodies and throw them in.
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Crimes of Britain May 23
Britain's NHS & welfare state was funded by the looting of tin and rubber from Malaya. The much celebrated ‘Spirit of 45’ British gov’t led a campaign of genocide in Malaya using chemical weapons (agent orange) and concentration camps.
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Crimes of Britain May 22
Aboriginal Australians were murdered for their skulls and skin by colonial settlers. They would then be sold to scientists and collectors. Most went to Britain and many remain there to this day.
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Crimes of Britain May 22
Remembering 12-year-old Carol Ann Kelly who was shot dead by British soldiers 37 years ago today in occupied Ireland.
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Crimes of Britain May 22
Britain affectionally referred to terrorists in Libya as "rebels". A year ago today one of these “rebels” carried out a suicide bombing in Manchester.
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Crimes of Britain May 22
Theresa May’s promoting and facilitating of terrorism in Libya in 2011 as Home Secretary should be the biggest scandal in Britain given one of these terrorists blew himself up in Manchester at a children’s pop concert a year ago today
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Crimes of Britain May 20
Ray McCreesh was 24 when he died on hunger strike 37 years ago today. A soldier of the Irish Republic who died fighting Britain’s criminalisation of Irish Republican POWs.
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Crimes of Britain May 20
Remembering Patsy O’Hara who died on hunger strike on this day in 1981 aged 23. The Brits disfigured his dead body with punches and cigarette burns. The RUC threatened the O’Hara family, telling them they would throw his body out of a helicopter.
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Crimes of Britain May 20
To see ex-British soldiers squirming that their crimes in Ireland are being exposed is good. However, you don’t ask the Brits to investigate themselves nor expect them to deliver you justice. Furthermore, the squaddie to the top brass are all criminals as are British politicians.
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Crimes of Britain May 20
The ‘Baron of Kilkeel’ is Prince Harry’s new title given to him by Britain’s Queen. Kilkeel is Irish and is occupied by Britain. The choosing of this title is to continue the normalisation of the British colonisation of Ireland
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Crimes of Britain May 19
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Crimes of Britain May 18
"Murder, treachery, adultery, incest, theft, perjury – every crime known to man has been committed by someone or other of the race of monarchs from whom King George is proud to trace his descent." - James Connolly, 'Visit of King George V', 1910
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Crimes of Britain May 17
Prince Harry boasted he killed in Afghanistan whilst cowardly piloting an Apache helicopter. The British Royal Family have for decades tried to rebrand their image. They have & continue to oil the wheels for Britain’s wars & arms dealing.
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Crimes of Britain May 16
Loyalist terrorists in collaboration with Britain detonated bombs in Dublin and Monaghan 44 years ago today. 34 people were killed and more than 300 were left injured. No one has ever been brought to justice.
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Crimes of Britain May 16
The Kohinoor is one of the biggest diamonds in the world. Stolen by the British and proudly in the hands of their Royal Family.
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Crimes of Britain May 14
400,000 Palestinians under the watch of Britain had been expelled from their homeland by mid-May 1948. 220+ villages had been ethnically cleansed. The British Army played an active role alongside Zionists. Britain was the author, architect and butcher in Palestine
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