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Posted 13 January 2019 - 09:54 AM

The British Invented the Concentration Camp.    https://en.wikipedia...entration_camps

 

British concentration camps refers to internment camps operated by the British in South Africa during the Second Boer War in years 1900–1902.  

 

As Boer farms were destroyed by the British under their "Scorched Earth" policy—including the systematic destruction of crops and slaughtering of livestock, the burning down of homesteads and farms, and the poisoning of wells and salting of fields—to prevent the Boers from resupplying from a home base many tens of thousands of women and children were forcibly moved into the concentration camps.

 

The Boer War concentration camp system was the first time that a whole nation had been systematically targeted, and the first in which some whole regions had been depopulated.  

 

Eventually, there were a total of 45 tented camps built for Boer internees and 64 for black Africans. Of the 28,000 Boer men captured as prisoners of war, 25,630 were sent overseas. The vast majority of Boers remaining in the local camps were women and children. Over 26,000 women and children were to perish in these concentration camps.[3]


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Posted 13 January 2019 - 03:40 PM

The British have a long history of murderous, bloody, repression throughout the empire. They are the quintessential western imperialist.

However, the United States is the country that enjoys the most historical condemnations.

The greatest sins of the US have been internal.

Edited by *JB*, 13 January 2019 - 03:44 PM.

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#13 AChartist

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Posted 13 January 2019 - 10:41 PM

So I heard the legal analysis, the british invented and trick the Originy Austrailian people to sign a treaty

 

granting rights and protection to the Aboroginy people. Root word Ab is not. Therefore was no treaty with the 

 

original peoples,  and the british "legally" proceeded to massacre them.

 

 

In hawaii, they tricked the king to sign an treaty that no property of the deceased may be transfered for 50 years. Then introduced the western

 

diseases. Upon 50 years when no generations were alive that remembered, they bought up the lands.

 

 

The derivation of the work British, is Contract Man, now currently known as the Oceana Admiralty Law. For example is no U.S.Code

 

specification of a US flag trimmed in gold fringe, US Codes is specific about the design and sizes of legal flags. You may know of Churchill

 

speeches referring to the british empire as Oceana.

 

Gold Fringe designates that property that is seized by the Admiralty bankruptcy trustee ( so-called civil war).

 

Did you ever wonder why fake news pedophiles are gaga over the monarchy, as well as give themselves awards because no one else cares.


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Posted 26 April 2019 - 08:16 AM

Foul Play to Silence Patton  

 

In December 1945, Patton was silenced when an oncoming army truck crushed his car.  During his 90-minute documentary, Orlando explores this untimely, suspicious car accident that occurred just prior to Patton's scheduled return to the U.S.  The film asks: was Patton silenced to obfuscate the war's missteps and shield those responsible for the aftermath with Stalin in Eastern Europe?  How did a renowned and decorated four-star general die after an alleged army truck accident absent any investigation, court martial, or further action by the military?  

 

Patton proclaimed that the U.S. made serious mistakes in war negotiations, especially in misjudging Soviet leader Joseph Stalin.  Patton also asserted that the U.S. would pay a steep future price for partnering with Stalin.

 

In Silence Patton, Orlando — using his team of historians, battlefield graphics, and revealing quotes – portrays Patton overwrought by the way his immediate superiors conducted much of the war and openly bemoaning their strategic decisions.  

The film's context for Patton's concerns includes revelations that before the war, Franklin D. Roosevelt's administration was filled with Soviet spies and progressives who visited the Soviet Union and viewed communism as far less ominous than Nazism and fascism, perhaps even a "new way" ideology with a possible American future.    

 

When Roosevelt died and Truman became president, the Russians continued their European westward push.  Patton sought Eisenhower's approval to contain the Russians by advancing to eastern European capitals, but Eisenhower deferred to Stalin and ordered Patton to retreat from Berlin.  When the Russians began to loot and pillage German towns, stripping them of industrial machinery, and Stalin ordered his men to kill Germans and rape women, a horrified Patton saw his worst nightmare realized.

 

The Russians entered Prague.  Although the Czechs requested aid from the British and Americans, eagerly anticipated their arrival, and even appealed directly to Patton, they were told that the Allies had stopped their advance at the Red Army's request.  Patton complained to Churchill, "Russia is the real problem.  I can't get the Americans to see it."

 

Both were frustrated that the Red Army killed people who could have been saved by Anglo-American intervention.  Thus, the Cold War began as Eastern Europeans, subjugated previously by the Nazis, suffered more than four decades of totalitarian rule under the Soviets.    https://www.american...nce_patton.html


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Posted 30 April 2019 - 06:52 AM

FDR quote in the aftermath of WWII: 

 

"I think that if I give Stalin everything I possibly can and ask nothing from him in return, he won't try to annex anything and he will work with me for a world of democracy and peace." --

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