During the Bengali famine of World War 2 when 6-7 million Bengali people starved to death under Winston Churchill’s watch (largely whitewashed from British history). Reportedly, when Churchill first received a telegram from the British colonial authorities in New Delhi about the rising toll of famine deaths in Bengal, his reaction was simply that he regretted that nationalist leader Mahatma Gandhi was not one of the victims. He’s been quoted as saying:
“I hate Indians. They are a beastly people with a beastly religion … they [Bengalis] breed like rabbits” Sir Winston Churchill
This article is from Countercurrents.org
WW2 Bengali Holocaust: “Churchill’s Secret War” By Madhusree Mukerjee
By Dr Gideon Polya
13 June, 2011
The important book “Churchill’s Secret War. The British Empire and the ravaging of India during World War II” by Madhusree Mukerjee (Basic Books, New York, 2010) is an account of the forgotten World War 2 Bengali Holocaust, the man-made, 1942-1945 Bengal Famine in which 6-7 million Indians were deliberately starved to death by the British under Churchill for strategic reasons in what was one of the greatest atrocities in human history but which has been largely white washed from British history.
Photo: Winston Churchill, Wikipedia
Published on Sep 12, 2011
Originating as a privately owned company registered in New South Wales, the New Zealand company was financed by 100,000 pound loan from the Rothschild dynasty. Immigrants were brought in, initially under guise of the Treaty of Waitangi, but now are being used to support the introduction of a totalitarian fascist regime. Previous sentiment was that this was an attempted genocide on tangata whenua (Maori) yet it is fast becoming evident that this systems exploitation of families and the land is really an abomination against nature and therefore all of us. This video evidences some of the lengths the New Zealand Crown will go to maintain their system of exploitation, silence those that are aware of its legitimacy while also showing the lawful remedy every community has against this system of law. This video uses footage from the case against Simon Kaiwai who took a stand against unlawful privatisation of the public’s electricity infrastructure. For more information go to www dot getthepowerback dot info
See this article for more information on Simon’s efforts in challenging privatisation:
Excerpt from John Pilger … shocking description of the cruelties the British settlers unleashed on the first peoples of Australian. These shameful histories have been hidden away from public view. Thanks to people like John Pilger they are being exposed.
How to be rid of the ‘Aboriginal problem’ … unashamedly a mining magnate recommends herding them into a specified area & adding sterilization chemicals to their drinking water. That was the then Prime Minister’s friend & not that long ago either. Quite an eye opener.
Drawing on John Pilger’s long association with the first people of his homeland Australia, Utopia (2013) is both an epic portrayal of the oldest continuous human culture, and an investigation into a suppressed colonial past and rapacious present.