Written by Mr. Jones – English atrocities across the landscape of the modern age makes Pol Pot look like a piker, and I am not being hyperbolic to make a point.  Let’s take a stroll down the memory lane of English Imperial Empire atrocities from the past.
 
The Boxer Rebellion, 1899 – 1901.  The English Imperial Empire leads an alliance of nations to suppress and destroy a group of native Qing Chinese & Boxers making an effort to gain control of China for the Chinese.  A thought the English just couldn’t stomach.  The Chinese were defeated after tens of thousands of native Chinese casualties.  The Qing government is made to pay egregious reparations over the course of 39 years to the English Imperial Empire victors.  It will take Mao Zedong to set China’s course.
 
India.  The English occupation of India from 1876 – 1907 where 12 – 33  million (33 million is not a typo) Indians die from total manipulated food shortages by the English Imperial Empire in order to subjugate and financially enslave its population.
 
The English Imperial Empire’s sickening justification for bombing the Sudanese villages during the First World War, where Nuer women, as English officials claimed “were of less value to their communities than cattle or munitions.”
 
Malaysia, Africa and India see countless thousands of men, women and children (yes, children where the English ripped a page from the Roman Empires playbook) conscripted into English state backed forced labor camps in English occupied foreign lands, working as slaves on plantations, mines and the construction of the English Imperial Railways.
 
Starting in 1920 – the end of 1939 the English Royal Air Force bombs and gasses thousands of villages in Sudan, Iraq & Palestine.  No death toll is accounted for the English Imperial Empire cannot be bothered.
 
The Bengal famine of 1946 where 4+ million Bengal citizens die due to the sheer weight of English official policy.
 
1950’s Malaysian massacre of political communists by the English Empire Scots Guards, the covert bombings of Malaysian villages, and the decapitation of local natives tired of repression by the English Empire’s Royal Marine Commandos in Perak.
 
1952 – 1960 the Mau Mau Uprising in Kenya.  The English Imperial Empire brutal, indiscriminate killings of tens of thousands of native Kenyans searching for independence, and the Empire’s crushing response in their effort to maintain absolute control over their precious Kenyan colony. 
 
If you need more facts or believe our being opposed to the ongoing Tory Central Bank occupation of the United States, aka AmeriCO.nia is unjustified then you might want to pick up Mike Davis’ book titled; Late Victorian Holocausts for some light reading before bed time.
 
IBM and the Holocaust is another stomach churning account of big business and corporate profit in AmeriCO.nia!
 
Current Commonwealth Realms that has Elizabeth II as its reigning constitutional monarch: United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Jamaica, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Grenada, Belize, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Papua New Guinea, Tuvalu, The Solomon Islands, St. Lucia, Saint Christopher and Nevis.
 
British influence can still be observed in the language, culture and legal systems of many of its former colonies. Though not a world super power anymore UK is still very powerful. UK is world’s 6th biggest economy with a $2.1 trillion GDP. The UK is one of the world’s most globalised countries. London is the world’s largest financial centre alongside New York, has the largest city GDP in Europe and is home to the headquarters of more than 100 of Europe’s 500 largest companies. The aerospace industry of the UK is the second- or third-largest aerospace industry in the world, depending upon the method of measurement. UK has the 4th biggest nuclear arsenal consisting of  160/225 Nuclear Weapons. UK  has the world’s 3rd biggest military budget of $69 billion. The British armed forces are the second largest military in the EU in terms of professional personnel and reserves. Also the UK has the largest air force and navy in the European Union and the second largest in NATO. UK has the second highest power projection capability in the world, behind the United States.
 

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