Sunday, April 29, 2012


Duke of Kent - Scots Guards

In December 1948, the British military murdered 24 innocent villagers.

A few of the bodies were mutilated by the British, according to reports.

The village was burnt by the British; and the women and children 'were taken away', presumably to a concentration camp.

This massacre, carried out by the notorious Scots Guards, took place in Malaysia.

Child in a British concentration camp in South Africa.

The idea behind the killings was to terrify the Malays and keep Malaya as part of the British Empire.

The media reported the massacre as a triumph.

The dead were labourers working in a rubber plantation, at Batang Kali, north of Kuala Lumpur.

Batang Kali

But the military and the media claimed they were suspected terrorists killed while trying to escape.

In 1949, 'an inquiry' found that the killings were 'a bona fide mistake'.

Some of those involved in the inquiry later claimed they gave false evidence.

The UK Government files on Batang Kali are missing.

(Details from a police investigation were obtained by Ian Ward and Norma Miraflor, authors of a book about the killings, entitled Slaughter and Deception at Batang Kali.)

Famine in British-run India - Website for this image

In KENYA, the British used beatings, sexual humiliation, hooding, sleep deprivation, and bombarding with white noise. 

32 Whites were killed by the Mau Mau during the five-year state of emergency. More whites died in traffic accidents in the capital city, Nairobi. 

Kenyans were forced into concentration camps and routinely tortured. Some 150,000 Africans died as a direct result of the British policy. 

There was a "constant stream of reports of brutalities by police, military and home guards", wrote Canon Bewes, a British missionary. "Some of the people had been using castration instruments and two men had died under castration." 

Other brutalities included slicing off ears, boring holes in eardrums, flogging people to death, pouring paraffin over suspects and setting them alight and burning eardrums with cigarettes.

A British district officer admitted, "There was outright abuse of power and some of the crimes committed were horrific. One day six Mau Mau suspects were brought into a police station in the neighbouring district to mine. The British police inspector in charge lined them up against a wall and shot them." 

A mobile gallows travelled the country. Over 1,000 were hanged, their bodies displayed at crossroads and market places. 

British concentration camp in Kenya.


The British used terror in Malaya. 

This involved aerial bombing, massacres of villagers, dictatorial police measures and the "resettlement" of hundreds of thousands of people. 


During the state of emergency, from 1952 to 1957, the British army used torture. 

Cypriot Nicos Koshies: 

"They took me to the Special Branch and they started beating me. They took off all my clothes, they tied my hands and feet. They asked somebody to come in. He was taking a stick to put up my bottom, he was putting cloths in water and putting them on my face so I could not breathe, he threw me down and danced on my stomach when he was wearing boots. After 12 days I could not recognise myself." 

James Callaghan in the House of Commons: 

"On 29 June 1957 an inquest was held into the death of Nicos Georghiou. Dr Clearkin said in evidence that bruises in the head were sufficiently severe to have caused the injuries to the brain, perhaps bumping the head against a hard object." 

British concentration camp in South Africa


In Aden, later known as South Yemen, SAS squads used terror against local villages. 

An official investigation found that from 1964 to 1967 detainees at a British interrogation centre were routinely tortured. Their eardrums were burst. 

Others were forced to lean against walls with their fingertips for day and subjected to white noise for hours. 

British concentration camp in South Africa 


Former detainees in Bahrain have described being beaten, electrocuted, whipped, tied in excruciating positions for days on end, kept awake, starved and having their toenails torn out. 


The Compton official inquiry acknowledged that the army hooded suspects, fed them on just bread and water and blasted them with noise.

An Amnesty International report said, "It is because we regard the deliberate destruction of a man's ability to control his own mind with revulsion that we reserve a special place in our catalogue of moral crimes for techniques of thought control and brainwashing. 

Any interrogation procedure which has the purpose or effect of causing a malfunction or breakdown of a man's mental processes constitutes as grave an assault on the inherent dignity of the human person as more traditional techniques of physical torture." 

A European human rights report found that British army techniques amounted to "inhuman and degrading treatment" causing "at least intense physical and mental suffering". 


yes2truth said...

It wasn't the British Empire, it was the Rothschild/Vatican (VatiCain) Empire, just as it's not the American USA Empire it too is a Rothschild/Vatican Empire.

The Rothschild's hijacked the British and American Empires. Britain and America are just throw away tools and will soon be dumped.

That's when our troubles will really start unless our brainwashed peoples awake.

Anonymous said...

Why write in English then?

yes2truth said...


Anonymous said...

That's one of the most retarded retorts I've ever seen.

yes2truth said...

Nah you're the retard and trying to be a smart alec to boot - that's got to have humour value. LOL

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