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Barbarians all. Hitler, Churchill, Stalin. Churchill’s racism was beyond belief.
Despite the great claims made about "Western" civilisation, it has been actually one of the most barbaric parts of the world till very recently. Had it not been f or two key ref ormers: (1) Jesus Christ and (2) Mahatma Gandhi (and through him Martin Luther King and Nelson Mandela who inf luenced these barbarians), the brutal Western hordes would have been killing each other even now. Much as I despise organised religion, we must recognise the MAJOR contributions of Jesus Christ in civilising these uncouth barbarians. If nothing else, Christian missionaries at least treated (and continue to treat) other humans as HUMANS. I studied in missionary schools till class 7 and acknowledge that these people did GENUINELY believe in the goodness and potential of other humans. Without the message of Christ (and later that of Gandhi), these Western barbarians would abide by only law: that Might is Right. I'm sure that a lot of this barbarism underpins what we see in the world today. T hat's why nations must prepare big armies and massive stockpiles of nuclear weapons to def end themselve against each other. Had the message of Christ (or Buddha or Vivekananda or Gandhi) been imbibed by the world, it would have been an entirely dif f erent place. I've so f ar had a broadly neutral impression about Churchill (somewhat positive f or his role in WWII) but his raw brutality that I'm now discovering is making clear that the dangers of pschometricians and mindless evolutionary biologists are ever present with us. Fortunately, the West is now on the decline, even as Asia is rising. T hat's likely to control the mad babaric urges of the West. But being aware of the dangers of the barbaric and basically uncivilised mind of many people in the West is our responsibility. Here are some statements made by (or about) Winston Churchill. I've not checked original sources, though, which seem entirely plausible. I'll need to check original sources if I'm to use them in any f orm or shape. I've got to go, so only this much f or now. T he internet is FLOODED with discussions about Churchill's racism. CITAT ION 1 “I do not agree that the dog in a manger has the f inal right to the manger even though he may have lain there f or a very long time. I do not admit that right. I do not admit f or instance, that a great wrong has been done to the Red Indians of America or the black people of Australia. I do not admit that a wrong has been done to these people by the f act that a stronger race, a higher-grade race, a more worldly wise race to put it that way, has come in and taken their place.” (To the Peel Commission 1937) [Source] CITAT ION 2 As soon as he could, Churchill charged of f to take his part in "a lot of jolly little wars against barbarous peoples". In the Swat valley, now part of Pakistan, he experienced, f leetingly, a crack of doubt. He realised that the local population was f ighting back because of "the presence of British troops in lands the local people considered their own," just as Britain would if she were invaded. But Churchill soon suppressed this thought, deciding instead they were merely deranged jihadists whose violence was explained by a "strong
000 of them were f orced at gunpoint into detention camps – later dubbed "Britain's gulag" by Pulitzer-prize winning historian. loathed the so-called "dirty whites. said of other races: "Winston thinks only of the colour of their skin.aboriginal propensity to kill". as Colonial Secretary Churchill advocated the use of chemical weapons on the "uncooperative Arabs" in the puppet state of Iraq. and particularly disliked the Catholic Church and Christian missions. def ending each in turn." she writes. Later. and approved the clearing out of the local "blackamoors". he announced: "I hate Indians. burned. and Slavs like the Serbs. as well as cigarettes and fire." Even his startled doctor. where he bragged that he personally shot at least three "savages" . "T he screening teams whipped. He saw the local Kikuyu as "brutish children". where 14. he wrote only of his "irritation that Kaffirs should be allowed to fire on white men" . and like Wilson. "I do not understand the squeamishness about the use of gas. "a materialist to the tips of my f ingers. gassing human beings to death would make other men inf amous." [Re: India's f amine of 1943] it was their own f ault f or "breeding like rabbits". He then sped of f to help reconquer the Sudan." As the resistance swelled.000. T hey are a beastly people with a beastly religion. explains the tactics adopted under Churchill to crush the local drive for independence. he said the plague was "merrily" culling the population. and mutilated Mau Mau suspects. A large f actor in the litany of Churchill's war crimes was his racism. [Source] CITAT ION 3 In 1919. He gladly took part in raids that laid waste to whole valleys. Prof essor Caroline Elkins.000 black Af ricans were likewise swept into British camps. "I am strongly in f avor of using poison gas against uncivilized tribes. Russians. Lord Moran. Italians and other Latin’s. It was great f un galloping about." Some year’s later. for white Boers. . Churchill believed that Kenya's f ertile highlands should be the preserve of the white settlers. Churchill was an English chauvinist. he said they produced "the minimum of suffering". [Source] CITAT ION 4 Of one of the world's greatest f reedom f ighters. Churchill prof essed Darwinism.000 died. and when at least 115. destroying houses and burning crops. When they rebelled under Churchill's post-war premiership." he declared. some 150." As an MP he demanded a rolling programme of more conquests. in his own words. and then trampled on by an enormous elephant with the new Viceroy seated on its back. Poles. a British racist. he boasted of his experiences there: "T hat was bef ore war degenerated. etc…. shot." the French. "Electric shock was widely used. When concentration camps were built in South Africa. T he young Churchill charged through imperial atrocities. At other times. he said: "It is alarming and also nauseating to see Mr. He became." and f ervently upheld the worldview that human lif e is a struggle f or existence. with the outcome the survival of the f ittest." Churchill raged that he [Gandhi] "ought to be lain bound hand and f oot at the gates of Delhi. based on his belief that "the Aryan stock is bound to triumph" "I am strongly in f avour of using poisoned gas against uncivilised tribes…[It] would spread a lively terror. She studied the detention camps f or f ive years f or her remarkable book Britain's Gulag: T he Brutal End of Empire in Kenya." Hussein Onyango Obama never truly recovered f rom the torture he endured. T he death toll was almost 28.
. f or the "f eeble-minded. he said: "It is alarming and also nauseating to see Mr. now posing as a f akir. eugenics measures to def end the "British race. and to send tens of thousands of others to labor camps." According to Ponting Churchill "thought blacks were inf erior. Lord Moran. Negroes were 'niggers. "Well.Of one of the world's greatest f reedom f ighters. rejected by others in the Home Of f ice. I f eel that the source f rom which the stream of madness is f ed should be cut of f and sealed up bef ore another year has passed. Churchill af f irmed that "Dr. I am inf ormed." "For Churchill. "In f act. not exaggerated statement of the serious problem to be f aced. there are plenty lef t." [Statement in support of a major eugenicst-racist] He was especially impressed with projects f or "the f orcible sterilization of degenerates" that were then being carried out in such American states as Indiana.' " According to Roberts. stating that the improvement of the British breed is my "political aim in lif e.' Italians were 'mere organ-grinders." In 1899. he described them in a memorandum to [Anthony] Eden as 'lower than the most degraded savages now known." In his note of recommendation to his colleagues. Churchill sent a letter to his cousin Ivor Guest. a seditious Middle Temple lawyer of the type well-known in the East.' And when an Egyptian crowd attempted to bum down Shepherd's Hotel in 1952. Tredgold speaks f rom wide experience and with special authority. has played a less than glorious role in establishing democracy .Dowden went on: "It was two renowned Englishmen. He began to promote the idea. He said so af ter his trips to Af rica. T his address gives a concise and." It's well known that Churchill f avored allowing Gandhi to die in prison. Gandhi." Roberts claims that Churchill maintained a consistently racist view f rom the turn of the 20th century through the 1950s. f or f orced labor camps. or labor colonies. who at crucial moments planted the seeds that were to ripen into policies which deprived black people of democratic rights in South Af rica. coupled as it is with a steady restriction among all the thrif ty." He wrote privately to Prime Minister Herbert Asquith: "T he unnatural and increasingly rapid growth of the f eeble-minded and insane classes. could the rash be spotted? When Moran responded that blacks suf f ered a high mortality rate f rom measles. what happened when blacks caught measles. Churchill growled. energetic and superior stocks constitutes a national and a race danger which I f ind impossible to exaggerate. they've a high rate of production. Churchill once asked his doctor. Dowden debunked the myth. the British tradition.000 "mentally degenerate' Britons." and the establishment of apartheid in South Af rica to separate the races. He even thought Australians were a bad lot because of the stock they came f rom. as purveyed by both English-speaking.' Chinese were `chinks' or 'pigtails. Churchill was a racist who wanted to f orcibly sterilize 100. Cecil Rhodes and Winston Churchill. South Af ricans and the parliament at Westminster. in order to halt the decline of the "British race. that the British are the conceptual authors of "democracy" in South Af rica and that democratic practices there were nonexistent until the British arrived on the scene. widely propagated by the British government and in the British media these days." cautioned Dowden. striding half naked up the steps of the Viceregal palace to parley on equal terms with the representative of the King-Emperor. among other atrocities. [Source] CITAT ION 5 Winston Churchill was a racist degenerate who supported the sterilization of "inf erior" races.' and other black races were ‘baboons’ or 'Hottentots.
R A Butler. In March 1943. unchecked by any of the old restraints of nature. the Mental Def iciency Bill. It is a monument of ignorance and hopeless mental conf usion. [Source] If you found this post useful. was held in London. .Dowden asserts that apartheid was institutionalized when the Union of South Af rica Act was passed in 1910." he writes." In 1910. dirty and corrupt. T he Prime Minister "launched into a most terrible attack on the 'baboos'. He called f or a "simple surgical operation (sterilisation) so the inf erior could be permitted f reely in the world without causing much inconvenience to others. Hundreds of petitions arrived in Parliament urging the government on. Winston Churchill. . saying that they were gross. It was addressed by the f ormer Prime Minister Balf our. and attended by an enthusiast who had the power to make law in Great Britain – the Home Secretary. . then consider subscribing to my blog by email: . Horatio Donkin. on becoming Home Secretary. and actually f ostered by civilised conditions. right to vote." [Source] CITAT ION 7 T he f act that Churchill openly expressed an admiration for fascism seems to be ignored. and – this was a more serious remark – that he supported the principle of Pakistan. the government introduced a draf t proposal. is a terrible danger to the race. which starred Dorothy Dandridge. syphilitic climate for the sake of your precious unity." He was wary of the cost of f orced segregation. something Churchill was only too pleased to see. Churchill replied: "Well. [Source] CITAT ION 8 "T he mere mention of India." T he International Conf erence on Eugenics led to great public pressure f or Britain to adopt eugenics laws. in practice. Dr. excluded black Af ricans f rom the. with Churchill playing a "vital role" in establishing the system. if our poor troops have to be kept in a sweltering. when the f irst International Eugenics Conf erence. I'd rather see them have a good civil war . In 1912. When Butler argued that the Raj had always stood for Indian unity. . Of course it is bound to come some day." He even declared that he wanted the British to leave India. he had asked the civil service to investigate putting into practice the Indiana law (see below): "I am drawn to it in spite of many Party misgivings." [Source: Churchill a genocidal racist by Mark Burdman] CITAT ION 6 "Someone once asked Churchill if he had seen the f ilm Carmen Jones. visited him at Chequers. . As he wrote to Prime Minister Asquith: "I am convinced that the multiplication of the Feeble-Minded. f or the compulsory detention of the f eeble-minded." [Source] CITAT ION 9 Eugenics f ervour reached its peak in the United Kingdom in 1912. . pref erring compulsory sterilisation instead. his description of the Hindus as "a foul race protected by their pollution from the doom that is their due. with over 750 delegates. Churchill was then Under-Secretary f or the Colonies. which is proceeding now at an artif icial rate. who wrote of the Indiana arguments f or eugenics: "the outcome of an arrogation of scientif ic knowledge by those who had no claim to it." Churchill was put of f by the chief Medical Advisor of Prisons. and had campaigned f or years f or a system of "Af rikaner self -rule" that. the education minister. Rose has also uncovered what some believe to be the most damaging racist quote f rom Churchill. Winston replied that he didn't like blackamoors and had walked out early in the proceedings. "brought out a streak of unpleasantness or even irrationality in Churchill.
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