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Crimes of Britain
Revisiting and monitoring the crimes of Britain
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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 two years ago today
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Crimes of Britain May 21
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 17
Loyalist terrorists in collaboration with Britain detonated bombs in Dublin and Monaghan 45 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 15
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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Crimes of Britain May 13
Remembering 14-year-old Julie Livingstone who was murdered by the British Army on this day in 1981 in the north of Ireland.
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Crimes of Britain May 12
Seán Mac Diarmada was executed by the British on this day in 1916 for his role in the Easter Rising. He died so that the Irish nation would live. "Damn your concessions England, we want our country."
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Crimes of Britain May 11
Francis Hughes died on hunger strike after 59 days fighting Britain’s criminalisation of Irish Republican prisoners of war on this day in 1981. He was once described by the Brits as “the most wanted man” in the occupied six counties.
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Crimes of Britain May 11
Remembering Irish Republican James Connolly who was executed by a British firing squad 103 years ago today. Despite being on his deathbed he was carried by stretcher to Kilmainham prison, strapped to a chair and then shot so his death could be hastened.
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Crimes of Britain May 11
Europe got rich off the back of colonialism not because of the ability to digest milk!
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Crimes of Britain May 11
And there’s an entire movement in Britain campaigning to let those that carried out these crimes off the hook.
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Crimes of Britain May 10
The inquiry in to Ballymurphy is exposing how evil the perpetrators of it were. It has come out that one British soldier took part of a victims skull and used it as an ashtray. Just think there’s a widespread movement in Britain, backed by the political elite, to not prosecute.
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Crimes of Britain May 10
India’s first war of independence begun on this day in 1857 against the East India Company. The British response was brutal. Indians were indiscriminately murdered in reprisal acts. Some were even tied to cannons which were then fired as a form of execution.
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Crimes of Britain May 10
Never let Theresa May off the hook for facilitating British based terrorists to go to Libya in 2011 to murder, rape & enslave. The fact that one of these very terrorists came back to Britain & blew himself up at a kids pop concert should have been the biggest scandal of 2017.
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Crimes of Britain May 9
A British soldier today at the Ballymurphy massacre inquest has stated they “ran sweepstakes” on who would shoot someone first and that the Irish people of Belfast should be thankful for the discipline of the British Army for not murdering more of them.
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Crimes of Britain May 9
Prince Harry boasted he killed in Afghanistan. He flew Apache helicopters and coordinated jets to drop 500lb bombs on people he called “Terry Taliban”.
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Crimes of Britain May 8
In May 1901 Britain blamed overpopulation for the Indian famine of 1899-1900. One million lives were claimed. It was British economic policy and racism the caused famines in India.
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Crimes of Britain May 8
Britain's treasury put out a tweet this last year on the slave trade. The reality is Britain ‘abolished slavery’ due to the resistance by enslaved Africans and the advances in industrialism meant machinery was more efficient. Britain also compensated slave owners £17billion.
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Crimes of Britain May 6
“We will not blame him for the crimes of his ancestors if he relinquishes the royal rights of his ancestors but as long as he reclaims their rights, by virtue of descent he must shoulder the responsibility for their crimes” - James Connolly
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Crimes of Britain May 4
Remembering Bobby Sands who died on this day in 1981 after 66 days on hunger strike. ''I may die but the Republic of 1916 will never die.''
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