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The 1877 Genocide of 30 Million Hindus by the Christian British Ruler1

The 1877 Genocide of 30 Million Hindus by the Christian British Ruler1

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THE 1877 GENOCIDE OF 30 MILLION HINDUS BY THE CHRISTIAN BRITISHRULERSChristianity in its most benevolent form has killed some half a billion humans on the faceof the earth. Thus Jesus Christ can be described as the most benevolent terrorist on earthand much worse than the Islamic terrorist Mohammad . The predatory Christian State of the British, has the sole objective of grand theft and conversion to Christianity.The "third world" was created by the Christian British rulers whose strategies haddeliberately turned drought into famine. The "third world" was created not once but manytimes. .In the days of christian imperialism artificial famines were created to eliminatehuman race belonging to other religions. The death toll ran to the tens of millions. Theartificial famine created by the Christian British rulers in 1877 has killed an estimated 30million Hindus. . The Hindus of India were murdered by Christian British state policy.After the first war of Independence in 1857 the Christian British rulers killed 10 millionIndians spread over 10 years as revenge.The Gold Standard. Adopted by Britain in 1821. Most of the developed and nearly-developed world followed suit in the 1870s. As a result, vast quantities of demonetarizedsilver flooded the world market, depreciating the currency of India and China, the major nations outside the hegemonic gold bloc. Under British domination and the new GoldStandard, the value of India's silver-standard rupee fell by over one-third between 1873and 1895. The consequent inflation due to silver depreciation destroyed peasant savingsand pushed peasant households into a usurious credit system. The British tax system took much and gave back little. The planned neglect of irrigation and other infrastructure bythe British was to push the Indian farmers into the production of cash crops. This andothe similar policies dramatically undermined village and regional economy. It shouldalso be noted that during the period from 1757 to 1947 there was no increase in India’s per capita income.When an El Niño drought restituted the farmers of the Deccan plateau in 1876 there wasa net surplus of rice and wheat in India. But the viceroy, Lord Lytton, insisted thatnothing should prevent its export to England. In 1877 and 1878, at the height of thefamine, grain merchants exported a record 6.4m hundredweight of wheat. As the peasants began to starve, officials were ordered "to discourage relief works in every possible way".The Anti-Charitable Contributions Act of 1877 prohibited "at the pain of imprisonment private relief donations that potentially interfered with the market fixing of grain prices".The only relief permitted in most districts was hard labour, from which anyone in anadvanced state of starvation was turned away. In the labour camps, the workers weregiven less food than inmates of Buchenwald. In 1877, monthly mortality in the campsequated to an annual death rate of 94%.As millions died, the Christian British government launched "a militarized campaign tocollect the tax arrears accumulated during the drought". The money, which ruined thosewho might otherwise have survived the famine, was used by Lytton to fund his war inAfghanistan. Even in places that had produced a crop surplus, the government's export

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