Propaganda is all London has to Offer Today | New Eastern Outlook

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29-01-21 10:55:00,

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The pious and noble image of “good old England,” conjured up for centuries by royal propagandists in the minds of the British, is an utterly false picture, which has very little to do with reality and of which everyone, at least outside Britain itself, is undoubtedly well aware. And one need not go far to find examples. Suffice it to recall that the world owes the emergence and intensification of racism, genocide, concentration camps, and the global drug mafia to “good old Britain.”

After all, the almost complete extermination of the indigenous Indian peoples inhabiting the territory of the present USA is a well-known fact, as well as the fact that the vast majority of those who engaged in the Indian genocide in America were natives of Britain, or their closest descendants.

It was “Foggy Albion” that was the birthplace of Nazism as an ideology with its 100 percent British “gentleman explorers” such as the actual progenitor of fascism, Thomas Carlyle, or the English writer, philosopher and racial theorist Houston Chamberlain. Wasn’t it the Briton James Hunt who in 1863 made a report in which he gave the Negroes the “title” of an intermediate species between ape and man? Charles Darwin’s cousin and founder of the “science” of human selection of the ideal race — eugenics — Francis Galton and Karl Pearson – mathematician, founder of the racist strand of social Darwinism — biometrics — greatly aided in the British “contribution” to this ideology of Nazism and racism.

It is also well known that it was the British, including in the Anglo-Boer War of 1899-1902, who were the first in history to drive a purely civilian population (whole families at that) into concentration camps, which was then adopted by Hitler’s Germany.

One can hardly forget the shameful page of British history associated with its “opium wars” and the activities of the British East India Company in the first half of the 19th century, whose members and shareholders were the top people of the British Empire — lords and peers who monopolized the industrial production of opium in the Asian region and formed a drug civilization in China.

But the former “achievements” clearly give no rest to the current British elite. And just the other day the Daily Express,

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