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British Officials In India -- Good And Bad
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Thursday, July 16, 2009
<b>what empires do: kill</b>
jul 16th, 2009

limey imperialists starved to death 30 million people in india, mostly in the deccan (mysore and madras) in the el nino years of 1877-1879.
(And with "limey imperialists", christianism is let off the hook again. Ain't the secular archive of christoism grand. Even the heathens - the victims, those who ought to know better - believe it.)

how appropriate that 2009 is another el nino year.

if you read mike davis' "late victorian holocausts", you will never look the same at limeys. this was the most barbaric of all colonial regimes. eg. calories supplied in jewish death camps to inmates was greater than what was given to famine victims in india. this was called the 'temple ration' after a nazi named 'richard temple'.

oh, and we exported large amounts of grain to the uk while 30 million people were starving to death.

see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Late_Victorian_Holocausts



Posted by nizhal yoddha at 7/16/2009 08:48:00 PM 0 comments<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
Babble's "Give unto Caesar and give unto jeebusjehovallah" go hand in hand.
From this derives Britain's "God and King/Queen & Country" - hence also its christian imperialism.
From this derives French aristocracy's gawd-ordained right to inflict mass-directed famines and misery, individual-directed torture and mistreatment on French peasantry and the other castas of the 3rd estate (the 2nd estate was the clergy, the 1st was of course the aristocracy including the monarchy). And it is because of these gawd-ordained rights of La Noblesse that the French 3rd estate just put up with all the inhumanity inflicted on them by the aristocracy as a matter of course for centuries. Note that the British christocasta system fades in comparison to the christocasta system of France.
All of this is not any 'secular' history of Europe: it conceals the <i>christian</i> history of Europe. The French Revolution was entirely due to the extreme and unnatural tyranny inflicted on France by christianism: christianism had deprived the French masses of equal rights and had kept them blindly subordinated in the christocasta system. The aristocracy had been brainwashed - ever since christianism instituted the christo casta system and invented the 4 castas + slavish serfs of christofeudal Europe - into thinking that the 3rd estate had no rights beyond dying without a complaint. It is curious how <i>similar</i> the French aristocracy was to the christoBritish tyrants in Bharatam, even to the point of exact sentiment: La Noblesse regarded the vast French masses dying of christo-induced famines as a swarm of breeding flies that no one would miss and who deserved extermination. The 3rd estate were seen by the aristos as a separate race, where the peasantry were considered as being on par with or even lower than pack animals. (The aristocracy's views concerning the populace dated from christianism's early beginnings. For instance, they were already the deeply-entrenched norm in France's 100 Year War with Angleterre in the dark Middle Ages.)

Once the French masses woke up (courtesy of <i>The</i> Deist's "Rights of Man", etcetera) from the christianism-enforced blind acceptance of their scripturally-prescribed lot, France finally tried to unclasp the choking hands of christianism's tyranny from its throat. Then France's christoconditioning, unable to cope with the Deist Paine's Natural Traditionalist ideals, was showing signs of rejection instead. So Revolutionary France went into a typically christian bloody mass-mob frenzy and started murdering wantonly (revenge as opposed to redressing imbalance using Paine's humanity and reason).

Then came communism, the "christian heresy". There was no lofty heathen Rights of Man this time. Only the christian spin-off texts of the christoconditioned communists.
The communist revolution of Russia was - as stated once before - but a contrived, conscious attempt at imitating/replaying the <i>more</i> spontaneous (since at least original) precedent of the French Revolution. (The difference between the extensive deliberation behind exploiting existing circumstance to create Revolution in the case of the communist kind in Tsarist Russia, versus the more naturally-constructed crescendo of the French Revolution, is also reflected in how if the massacres post-Bastille-showdown made a mockery of the initially well-intended fine sentiments like Liberte, Egalite et Fraternite, then communism was double-speak <i>from the get-go</i>.)

In any case, it was once again the christian casta system which gave rise to the dissatisfaction of the miserable Russian 3rd Estate casta, and this is what the communist revolution expressly exploited.

Christoism keeps replaying its own history. Each time the circles of affected space grow wider and start involving heretofore Free parts of the globe.
All of this is very <i>christian</i> history: it's not 'secular' causes behind it.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Founded in 1600 by a marginal island state in northwest Europe to gain seaborne access to Asia's luxury trade, the London-based company evolved to become the dominant commercial power in the east. The turning point came in 1757, when one of its more unscrupulous executives, Robert Clive, deployed the company's private army, a healthy dose of bribes and ingenious fraud to defeat the nawab (prince) of Bengal at the battle of Plassey.

In the looting that followed, Clive netted £2.5 million for the company, and £234,000 for himself - equivalent today to a £232 million windfall for his employers and a cool £22 million success fee for himself. Historical convention views Plassey as the first step in the creation of the British empire in India. But it is perhaps better understood as the company's most successful business deal.

Back in London, the company's share price rose sharply when news hit the markets, and would spike even higher the following decade, when it took control of Bengal's diwani (tax system) - a bit like Wal-Mart running the Internal Revenue Service in today's United States. With this acquisition began the systematic drain of wealth that would continue under corporate control until 1858, and thereafter under the British Raj until 1947. More immediately, the company's takeover of Bengal contributed to a devastating famine in 1770 that killed between a third and a half of the population, leaving a "jungle inhabited only by wild beasts".
The East India Company: the future of the past

1. http://rajeev2004.blogspot.com/2009/09/ama...d-has-been.html
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Amartya rothschild has been bullshitting?</b>
(Oh what an unforeseen surprise...
Good name for him BTW.)
sep 17th, 2009

<b>why are we not surprised that the govt of india has suppressed data that would expose the rothschild boy's hollow theories?</b>

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Posted by nizhal yoddha at 9/17/2009 03:38:00 AM 1 comments<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->Lots of links at http://www.bowbrick.org.uk/famine.htm which all show Rotten Amartya Sen-Rothschild to be a liar. Christomoronism "secularism"/communism are all the same, all one.

2. http://rajeev2004.blogspot.com/2009/09/kkk...ve-reminds.html
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Thursday, September 17, 2009
<b>kkkangress fake austerity drive reminds me of limey propaganda about 'prosperous british india'</b>
sep 17th, 2009

read and weep. digby lays out the cruel facts.

William Digby, 1901, Prosperous British India: a revelation from official
records, London, T. Fisher Unwin
http://tinyurl.com/m2othh (Google book for full download 646 pages).
Posted by nizhal yoddha at 9/17/2009 03:54:00 AM 1 comments<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

3. http://rajeev2004.blogspot.com/2009/09/lim...umbers-and.html
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Sunday, September 20, 2009
<b>limey colonial loot, the actual numbers and digby's/naoroji's books</b>
sep 20th, 2009

thanks to dr kalyanaraman

Colonial loot, impoverished India, Industrial revolution<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->Link contains text, tables and supporting docs.
From one of the links above:

Peter Bowbrick</b>
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>For a full and detailed analysis of Sen's publications on this, showing that he was incorrect on all matters of fact see

"How Sen's Theory can Cause Famines"</b>, Nottingham 1999. Click here

or in less detail"A refutation of Sen's theory of famine", Food Policy. 11(2) 105-124. 1986.

<b>For a formal proof</b> that famine cannot be caused by a boom, Are Boom Famines Possible?

For a formal proof that famine cannot be caused by speculation,

Can Speculation cause famines?

<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->Links at page.

And this bit - not that anyone could be surprised or even that it is unexpected:
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Sen's sources</b>

<b>The sources Sen used for his books and papers are almost impossible to obtain in any university except, perhaps, one or two in India. When Pergamon wanted to republish his main source, Sen persuaded them not to. This has meant that his work has escaped careful scrutiny. Copies of the documents can be obtained from Peter Bowbrick</b>
E-mail Peter@bowbrick.eu

<b>Sen's reply</b>
For copyright reasons, I cannot publish Sen's reply here. Suffice it to say, he has not even attempted to show that any of these accusations were wrong. In the twelve years that followed he has had ample opportunity to admit that he got some or all his facts wrong and withdraw his papers, but he has not done so. He has continued to publish false information. At this stage it is not possible to plead carelessness or ignorance of the fact that the information was incorrect. For a full rejoinder, see


Other academics challenge his facts More mistatements

Some other papers<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->When it seems like someone is motivated and they act motivated, chances are pretty high that they *are* motivated.
That's what these christocommunist 'Indian' nobel/booker/whatever prize winners all are. They are eager to lie for their ideology, and they are paid to lie and to keep lying.
Good to see the brits fulfilling their imperial duties by confiscating Indian treasures for safe-keeping on the island fortress.

[url="http://www.rediff.com/news/slide-show/slide-show-1-photos-sunken-british-ship-with-huge-indian-treasure-found/20110928.htm"]Sunken British ship with HUGE Indian treasure found[/url]

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