In 1952 Churchill argued Kenya’s fertile highlands should only be for white people and approved the forcible removal of the local pop. Hundreds of thousands of Kenyans were forced into camps.
On 30th Jan 1972, the Bloody Sunday massacre was perpetrated by the parachute regiment of the British Army who killed 14 civilians at a peaceful protest march. Following the massacre, the British lied about the victims.
Britain under Blair invaded Iraq and killed over 1 million people, displaced millions more, brought unknowable depths of suffering to the Iraqi people & gave birth to ISIS.
Pictured here is Prince Harry, Elizabeth’s grandson who boasted he killed in Afghanistan. He flew Apache helicopters and coordinated jets to drop 500lb bombs on people he called “Terry Taliban”.
Britain carried out a covert war in Yemen which led to 200,000 deaths between 1962-70 and killed with impunity in Aden.
Today Britain’s arms advise and oversee Saudi Arabia’s bombing of Yemen.
Pictured here is what Libya was transformed into after 6 months of NATO bombing which assisted thousands of terrorists backed by Britain. The British gov played an integral role in ensuring the most developed country in Africa as per the UN’s Human Development Index was crushed.
In 1953, Britain under Churchill ordered the overthrowing of the democratically elected leader of ‘British Guiana’. He dispatched troops and warships and suspended their constitution all to put a stop to the govs nationalisation plan.
On 19th August 1953, Britain leads a coup d’etat that overthrows democracy in Iran known as Op Ajax which overthrown democratically-elected PM Mossadegh. Coded messages were put on the BBC to let the Shah know democracy was overthrown.
More than 80,000 British soldiers went to Korea between 1950-53 to assist the US in the killng of 4 million people.
The British waged war in ‘Malaya’ to loot rubber and tin between 1948-60. They also sprayed Agent Orange on food crops as part of their ‘starvation campaign’.
The US drew lessons from this for their war on Vietnam.
If interested in just how bloodstained rapacious and destructive the British Empire was I recommend reading this book.