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 justinelle
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Anti Semitism and the Nazi Genocide in the bigger picture is just one incident when put in a Historical perspective. Should we count numbers or the proportion of a population intentionally killed?

The British historical contribution to genocide appears to outclass and predate Germany. Maybe its time to realise the British fanatical racist attitudes, justified their genocides, towards lesser worthy humans.

A few years before before Adolf Hitler came on the stage Britain had engineered an impressive genocide in Iran. Documents in the American Archives, estimates the number of the deceased due to the policy induced famine to be about 8-10 million during 1917-19 making this the greatest genocide of the 20th century and Iran the biggest victim of World War I The American documents show that the British prevented imports of wheat and other food grains into Iran from Mesopotamia, Asia, and also the USA, and that ships loaded with wheat were not allowed to unload. Britain intentionally created genocide conditions to destroy Iran, and to effectively control the country for its own purposes.

In 1943, up to four million Bengalis starved to death when Winston Churchill diverted food to British soldiers and countries such as Greece while a deadly famine swept through Bengal. Talking about the Bengal famine in 1943, Churchill said: “I hate Indians. They are a beastly people with a beastly religion. The famine was their own fault for breeding like rabbits.”

When peaceful protesters defied a government order and demonstrated against British colonial rule in India, on 13 April 1919, they were blocked inside the walled Jallianwala Gardens and fired upon under the orders of Brigadier Reginald Dyer, and kept firing until they ran out of ammunition, killing between 379 and 1,000 protesters and injuring another 1,100 within 10 minutes. Brigadier Dyer was later lauded a hero by the British public, who raised £26,000 for him as a thank you.

Going back historically During the Second Boer War (1899-1902), the British rounded up around a sixth of the Boer population - mainly women and children - and detained them in overcrowded camps, with scant food rations. We introduces to the world concentration camps where of the 107,000 people interned in the camps, 27,927 Boers died, along with an unknown number of black Africans as the official attitudes were almost fanatically racist and black African deaths were not worth counting.

The Great Famine or the Great Hunger was a period of mass starvation, disease, and emigration in Ireland between 1845 and 1849. . This famine was caused by British policies and faced a large cover up attempt by the British government and crown to blame it on ‘potatoes’ . The famine, was a result of purposely withheld food supplies and thus a deliberate genocide by the British government During the famine, one fourth of the Irish population about one million people died and a million more emigrated from Ireland, causing the island's population to fall by between 20% and 25%.

Thousands of elderly Kenyans, mistreated, raped and tortured them during the Mau Mau Uprising (1951-1960), UK Government records tshow ministers in London knew of the torture and murder of Mau Mau insurgents in Kenya and roasting them alive. Members of the Kikuyu tribe were detained in camps, since described as "Britain's gulags" or concentration camps, where they allege they were systematically tortured and suffered serious sexual assault. Historian David Anderson estimates there were 20,000, whereas Caroline Elkins believes up to 100,000 could have died.

;The papers at HanslopePark also include the reports on the "elimination" of the colonial authority's enemies in 1950s Malaya.

Aden, was where the army's Intelligence Corps operated a secret torture centre for several years in the 1960s

So do not give the Germans the credit for the worst genocide in History against just the Jews, when Britain shone the torch for others to follow and apart from the above continues to contribute to mass murder today, again for profit, in Yemen, where starvation is again the preferred tool.
 justinelle
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Posted: 2/11/2019 4:15:16 PM
How strange no one has mentioned any of the intentional and contrived mass murders all initiated by the US of A starting with the perception that the native populations were treated as vermin adn the slave population enjoyed t all the freedoms hell could invent and it was all based on on the religious belief of profit!
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Posted: 2/11/2019 4:19:31 PM
you must be high.

some folks have a problem with kids being gassed on the way to school.
define my experience however makes you sleep more soundly.
 Million_Reasons
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Posted: 2/11/2019 8:29:47 PM
"it was all based on on the religious belief of profit!"


Or.....more basic....it's the fault of men.
 justinelle
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Posted: 2/13/2019 2:20:41 AM
I think blaming men is inappropriate, as it does not involve all men, just like rape does not involve all men. But like group rape its a mind set, an internalised attitude, that also gives identity, as with organised mass murder, its group think. Unlike rape this particular group think involves a very small section of the population.

For instance the idea to eliminate all peoples considered sub human by the Nazi’s involved a minority, a small group that made the plans, organised the logistics, and delegated the practices needed to peripheral groups, who in turn delegated it to people further down the line, who carried the practices out the original group designed.

So its not all men, its not all the British, its a minority, a powerful and influential minority, who use their position to give orders that they expect to be carried out WITHOUT any questioning, discussion or criticism. So they exploit a system, in which most of the participants would not of their own volitions actually perform any of thee actions.

So in NAZI Germany the system was military as with the British, and the NAZI military expected the orders to be carried out without question, as the soldiers were forced, blackmailed, threatened that if they did not do as they were told, their fate would be that of the victims they were dealing with. It could also affect their wives and children who could find themselves in concentration camps. The families of ordinary soldiers relied on the income the job provided, and as all Germans were encouraged to breed, no parent would wish their children to be subjected to concentration camp conditions.

So the powerful manipulate others to do their dirty work, and governments use the military to dispose of people they want eliminated, washing their hands of the deed as the blood is on the subordinated classes hands, carrying out the orders.

So its not all men, and even those involved are not all willing, but find they are in such a position, its the less worse option for their survival. In WW1 deserters were shot, so people who could not stomach the brutalised industrial mass murder machine also had the option of refusing to fight, and being shot, which is not much of an option.

The Romans allowed a victim the choice of falling on their own sword or being executed by an official sword, again not much choice.

So its a small group of wealthy, highly educated, powerful and influential people, mainly men, who create the situation that others are forced to comply with. These powerful people have a fixed mindset, ideologically driven, that is shared and thus reinforced and encouraged by others, similar to that of a lynch mob, where it becomes a form of fun and entertainment, each person encouraging the rest to execute the plan.

So who should be prosecuted the ordinary soldier, who was in thier opinion forced to carry out orders, or the people who organised the carnage, or is everyone involved guilty?
 platitude545
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Posted: 2/13/2019 8:11:41 AM
^^^ Million was simply being naive...it is the fault of space invaders who live in the center of the earth, come out at night, and possess the minds of inferior men, making them do things they would otherwise never do. We need to drill down to the center of the earth, and nuke it...it is the only chance we have to save mankind.
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Posted: 2/13/2019 12:35:03 PM
By the way, in case anybody thinks I was kidding about space lizards living in a hollowed out earth, it is absolutely true and I can prove it....Justinelli gets its wrong...he is blaming man or some men...men are not to blame, lets put the blame where it belongs..on alien lizards living in inner earth and subjugating manking without man even knowing what is happening...brainwashed fools they are...sheep being led to the slaughter:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTH7JGzXlg0]

The Scientific Basis for Hollow Earth
Possibly the first person to scientifically speculate about a hollow earth was none other than Edmund Halley, of Halley’s Comet fame. Proposed in 1692 as a way of explaining anomalous compass readings, Halley’s theory is that the planet is a series of nested, spherical shells, spinning in different directions, all surrounding a central core. In his estimation, based on readings of the magnetic field and what he knew of the gravitational pull of the sun and the moon on the Earth, this model could account for any inaccuracies in his readings of the magnetic fields of the planet. He also posited that the space between each shell may have had luminous atmospheres capable of supporting life.


Halley’s strange idea was expanded upon over the next few centuries, tossing out the messy view of multiple spheres for the much funner vision that the entire interior of the Earth is just one, impossibly large cavern. Generally, this new view of the hollow Earth is accompanied with the theory of a small sun that hangs in the very center, creating a lush, livable environment on the flip side of the Earth’s surface. According to a number of hollow Earth websites, this vision was developed among famous mathematicians and scientists such as Leonhard Euler in the 18th century and Sir John Leslie in the 19th century, although the sources for these accreditations seem to be somewhat nebulous.
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Posted: 2/13/2019 6:17:43 PM
^This is a good read. Lol

"Baron Trump's Marvelous Underground Journey"

by Ingersoll Lockwood
 justinelle
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Posted: 2/17/2019 11:00:32 AM
I agree it is alien forces, but lets now look at these forces that you call lizards, a cold blooded species who parade a being human but have values that contradict this assumption.

Was this a cold blooded act, inhumane, and racist? In 1943, up to four million Bengalis starved to death when Winston Churchill diverted food to British soldiers and countries such as Greece while a deadly famine swept through Bengal. Talking about the Bengal famine in 1943, Churchill said: “I hate Indians. They are a beastly people with a beastly religion. The famine was their own fault for breeding like rabbits.”

Is this what one might expect from heartless cold blooded reptiles Thousands of elderly Kenyans, mistreated, raped and tortured them during the Mau Mau Uprising (1951-1960), UK Government records tshow ministers in London knew of the torture and murder of Mau Mau insurgents in Kenya and roasting them alive. Members of the Kikuyu tribe were detained in camps, since described as "Britain's gulags" or concentration camps, where they allege they were systematically tortured and suffered serious sexual assault. Historian David Anderson estimates there were 20,000, whereas Caroline Elkins believes up to 100,000 could have died.

So alien lizards are really a euphemism for a powerful section of UK society who have no feelings for the rest of humanity, regarding them as sub human if not vermin therefore justifying cruelty, and their extermination.

There were between 1 and 1.5 million aboriginals in 1788, which is the year Britain began to colonize the continent. By 1901, however, less than 100,000 aboriginal people remained. This large reduction in Australia’s aboriginal population was carried out through official genocidal policies that covered disease episodes, the withdrawal of resources, and killing. “Considered ‘wild animals', ‘vermin', ‘scarcely human', ‘hideous to humanity', ‘loathsome' and a ‘nuisance', they were fair game for white ‘sportsmen'. http://english.khamenei.ir/news/3638/Australia-s-sanitized-genocide-against-Aborigines-in-the-21st
 platitude545
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Posted: 2/17/2019 3:07:52 PM
Thank you for recognizing the cruelty of the human race Justinelli and yet you support the most violent, least tolerant religion in the world and complain about those brave jewish people..the Israelis who stand up to them. Your hypocrisy and myopic world view is that of an uneducated dolt. Since you quote history, maybe you should try to learn some.
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