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Crimes of Britain
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Crimes of Britain Dec 13
This petition is being debated in the British Parliament on the 18th. Britain led the war on Libya in 2011. Britain facilitated the very forces that enslave & murder Black Africans. You don’t ask the criminal to investigate or give a talking to, to it’s puppets.
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Crimes of Britain Dec 12
Britain has waged war on the Tamil people for almost 4 decades. In 2009 the RUC (colonial police in occupied Ireland) were in Sri Lanka as “critical friends” whilst the massacre of Tamils took place. Still in 2017 the British police are training Sri Lankan forces that kill Tamils
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Crimes of Britain Dec 12
British soldiers perpetrated the Batang Kali massacre in Malaya on this day in 1948. They shot 24 people dead and went on to set fire to their village. In 2015 the British government decided there would be no inquiry into the massacre as it happened “too long ago”.
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Crimes of Britain Dec 10
The “Burning of Cork” started on this day in 1920. The British Army and Black & Tans looted and set fire to the homes of Irish people. The Brits shot at those that tried to extinguish the blazes. An old woman even died from a heart attack when the Brits burst into her house.
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Crimes of Britain Dec 10
Protests against slavery in Libya should take place outside the British Foreign Office, MI5/6 buildings etc not outside the puppet embassy of Libya. No one should be asking, petitioning or calling for inquiries from the British government who destroyed Libya in 2011.
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Crimes of Britain Dec 9
Today in 1959 saw the start of “Operation Legacy” whereby the British Colonial Office destroyed thousands of records detailing colonial crimes. Many more records were put under lock & key and will remain so for many decades to come.
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Crimes of Britain Dec 9
A protest took place in London against the reestablishment of slavery today. It is the British & French that facilitated the very forces enslaving Black people. You don’t ask the arsonist to put out the fire.
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Crimes of Britain Dec 8
Be under no illusions "Israel" would not exist if it wasn't for Britain & the US who are the ultimate sources of power. The same goes for Saudi Arabia whose monarchy is kept in power by the US & Britain. Both "Israel" & Saudi Arabia couldn't move an inch without the US & Britain
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Crimes of Britain Dec 6
The Treaty of Surrender was signed on this day in 1921. It was forced on Irish representatives under the threat of terrorism by British Prime Minister Lloyd George.
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Crimes of Britain Dec 5
A photograph of a British Army instructor training Saudi Arabian soldiers to fight in Yemen emerged this month. The British have led the war on Yemen from the very beginning.
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Crimes of Britain Dec 4
Both the Brexit Yes and No camps assumed it was fine to force a decision on the occupied six counties - a British colony. The mere vote itself is an act of recognising British rule in Ireland as legitimate. Both sides have a colonial attitude on Ireland.
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Crimes of Britain Dec 4
The Brexit referendum has no legal authority over any part of Ireland if you are a believer in the Irish Republic of Easter Week proclaimed in arms and sanctified by the sacrifice of Irish Republican martyrs. 🇮🇪
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Crimes of Britain Dec 4
4th Dec 1971, the McGurks Bar massacre: A British death squad planted a no-warning bomb in pub in Belfast, Ireland. 15 Irish people were murdered.
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Crimes of Britain Dec 3
Theresa May promoting and facilitating terrorism in Libya in 2011 as Home Secretary should be the biggest scandal of 2017 given one of these terrorists blew himself up in Manchester this year at a children’s pop concert. Where’s the outrage in Britain?
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Crimes of Britain Dec 3
Replying to @crimesofbrits
Churchill branded the Greek People's Liberation Army (ELAS) & the National Liberation Front (EAM) "miserable banditti". These were the forces that fought the Nazis in WW2. Britain went on to support Nazi collaborators in Greece. More than 150,000 died in the Greek civil war.
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Crimes of Britain Dec 3
On this day in 1944 the British Army, in collaboration with Nazi collaborators, on Churchill's orders carried out a massacre on the streets of Athens, Greece. 28 civilians were shot dead.
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Crimes of Britain Dec 3
Farmers in India were forced to grow opium instead of food crops. Millions starved to death for Britain's drugs trade.
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Crimes of Britain Dec 2
To dispel the myth that the famine in Ireland was not a genocide, the potato blight affected just 17% of Ireland's food-producing acreage. 83% was producing food at a high efficiency. Had Ireland not been under the control of the Brit Empire a million people would not have died.
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Crimes of Britain Dec 2
The truth about slavery in Libya
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Crimes of Britain Dec 1
In 2014, Britain declared it would not support search & rescue missions to prevent migrants & refugees drowning in the Mediterranean. They claimed it would encourage more people to attempt the crossing. Since then thousands have drowned in the Med.
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