posted on Jun, 15 2013 @ 03:37 PM
Here we go.
I love it how its always the 'British' who receive the blame for this.
By the way, Britain is not a country, it is a political union between four states. Some equate being British with being English which is not true, a
lot of Scottish hate the English after having watched too much Braveheart but there are very few that really realise the full gravity of subjugation
the English and by extension the Welsh, Scots and Irish have had at the hands of the royal families that have been here since 1066.
England was invaded by the Normans in 1066 and all the nobility were replaced with Norman usurpers. Practically all the wars in Europe and in the Holy
lands after that point were either Papal or French wars with a number of family feuds in which the commoners fought and died for literally no
Then the Tudors took control of the throne, although both houses in the War of the Roses were of Norman decent - so once again the English were
fighting for their own usurpers.
Then throughout the rest of time it moved to the Scottish linage through James I (who incidentally the Scots always seem to forget) until the Civil
War in which Cromwell, financed by the Jewry and supported by the Netherlands gained a foothold in England and was thereby able to plant the seeds of
financial expansionism which essentially went on to guide Britain on that path of Imperialism until Europe tried to kill itself for ridiculous reasons
once again during WWI.
Whilst there are loads of people who bash the British (or English) there are relatively few who will accept positive aspects came from these isles too
such as right to a fair trial and enshrined legal rights which came originally from the Magna Carta and later on the Bill of Rights. It was the
British who gave up Slavery before even America did.
There are also very few who will accept that England has not been in control of its own destiny since 1066.
It wasn't the English by the way who went on genocide campaigns to kill of native Americans right up until the turn of the 20th century.
I'm not saying Britain or the British are perfect, but you need to put things into perspective. Were it not the British who did what they did, then
some other country would have, and it probably would have been worse.