Tag Archives: Indian Famine

Brutality of the British Empire Exposed In the Guardian

One element of history that has been missing from of the commentary warning of the parallels between 1914 and 2014 is the nature of the British Empire, the major force behind organizing World War I in the first place. This … Continue reading

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Genocide lobby ready to kill to save WTO

A meeting in Bali of the WTO is trying to force through a free trade agreement in a desperate effort to save the moribund Doha Round — and perhaps to save the WTO itself from a long overdue demise. India … Continue reading

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British Empire Killed More People than Genghis Khan, Attila the Hun, Hitler or Stalin.

In an article that appeared in the Indian website, IntelliBriefs, which has published dozens of EIR articles over the years, a senior Indian columnist Bhaskar Menon, writing prior to the recent visit to India by the British Prime Minister David … Continue reading

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Famine: A Policy Fabricated in London

Here is the video based on the paper we posted earlier. This one features the horror of the famine in India, the looming potential for  global famine now, and what we must do about it. See video here

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Famine: A Policy Fabricated in London

By Limari Navarrete-Bedford With the global financial system at a historic moment of total collapse, only depopulation of the most efficient means is the way a financier oligarchy can respond. Today, that would mean a thermonuclear war. However the policy … Continue reading

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The British ruthlessly employed genocide as a strategy in Ireland and India

Part I: Ireland’s beauty hides a harsh history Travel the World by Frank Raj Washington Times: December 22, 2011 — Every country you go to captures your heart only if you identify with some facet of its history or culture … Continue reading

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