Indians during another catastrophic, British engineered 'Famine' in 1943, the same year Britain launched Operation Gomorrah on Germany.
It began ostensibly at the Court of Elizabeth I in 1600, just prior to the 'General Reformation Of The World' declaration of the Rosicrucian Manifesto's in 1616. Although preparations for the British Empire were made much further back in history, that was when this mysterious Order, based then as it is now in London began to put into effect in earnest it's plans to conquer the world.
With things pretty much tied up at home, preparations were made to expand it's influence on a global scale, the Irish, Scottish & Welsh had been pacified by the time Scottish King James ascended the throne in 1603, with only the occasional outbreak of rebellion in Ireland or Scotland to distract Officers of The Great Work now, & when it did arise, as was the case in the 1640's in Ireland it was met (by Cromwell) with a merciless 'Iron Fist', this was the policy now, whenever, wherever opposition arose it was to be met with an uncompromising ruthlessness, resulting occasionally with the total annihilation of entire populations.
At the time when the Pilgrim Fathers (check the symbolism involved in that venture) landed on the coast of America, an English trading company had already began conducting business with East Asian, especially Indian spice traders. These operations were manned from the beginning by slaves from Africa & elsewhere, the company was called 'The English East Indian Company', later 'The British East India Company'.
'1660 was the year of the Royal Society’s foundation. It was also the year in which Charles II granted a charter to the “Royal Adventurers into Africa”, an organisation who would trade in gold, wood, ivory, as well as slaves. The Royal Adventurers were often regarded as a ‘sister’ society to the Royal Society. Indeed, many institutions & companies at this time were investing in the profits of newly opened trade with America, Africa & Asia. A complete list of the 30 persons named in the Charter shows 11 members already associated with the Society, many of whom would become Fellows in the following years. Similarly, the Royal African Company – which would replace the Adventurers in 1672 – featured many more who were, or would become, Fellows – including Sir Joseph Williamson FRS, who would become President of the Royal Society in 1677. The Society’s first substantial endowment, of 1,300 pounds, was made in the Royal Africa & East India Companies, both of whom were involved in the slave trade. A number of Fellows of the Royal Society were involved in these organisations, including Paul Neile FRS, while Jeremy Sambrooke & Sir John Lawrence were Commissioners of the East India Company.'
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1961) however predates the Royal Society' beginnings to the mid 1640's, 'as early as 1645 weekly meetings were held in London of "diverse & worthy persons"....& there can be little doubt that this gathering of philosophers is identical to the "Invisible College" of which Robert Boyle speaks'. Manly Hall goes much further & connects it to the Templars;
Baigent, Leigh & Lincoln then make this unsurprising correlation;
'There is no concrete evidence that this secret society was the Prieure de Sion, but [Robert] Boyle, according to the “Prieure documents’, succeeded Andrea as Sion’s Grand Master. During Cromwell’s Protectorate, these dynamic minds, both English & European, formed what Boyle in a deliberate echo of the “Rosicrucian’ manifestos called an ‘invisible college’. & with the restoration of the monarchy in 1660, the ‘invisible college’ became the Royal Society” with the Stuart ruler, Charles II, as its patron & sponsor. Virtually all the Royal Society’s founder members were Freemasons. One could reasonably argue that the Royal Society itself, at least in its inception, was a Masonic institution derived, through Andrea’s Christian Unions, from the ‘invisible Rosicrucian brotherhood’. But this was not to be the culmination of the ‘underground stream’. On the contrary, it was to flow from Boyle to Sir Isaac Newton, listed as Sion’s next Grand Master, & thence into the complex tributaries of eighteenth-century Freemasonry.' (Holy Blood Holy Grail).
If Sir Francis Bacon was the real founder of the Royal Society, & he was (http://www.economist.com/node/15214028), then this founder of modern science, modern Freemasonry, the principle editor of the King James Bible, author of the Rosicrucian Manifesto's, principle author of the Shakespeare plays, inventor of the inductive method of reasoning etc..... was also the real founding father of the British Empire, as all routes to it's genesis lead back to him. Yes there was Sir Francis Drake, Sir Walter O'Riley (Irish spelling), Sir John Dee & so on, but the Empires impetus stems directly from Bacon's works, his 'New Atlantis' being an example.
Damcar in Arabia is noted in the Rosicrucian Manifesto's as the place in the Middle East from whence 'His Illustrious CRC' (fictional term for the Mystery Schools although it later referred to Bacon as the author of the Rosicrucian Manifesto's according to Manly Hall) derived the knowledge of the sciences which he brought back to Europe in the Middle Ages, that became the foundation stone of the Renaissance, Reformation, Rosicrucian, Freemasonic & Enlightenment movements. But the Middle East in the 15th & 16th Cens was firmly in the power of the Muslims so by the time the eastern shipping routes were opened up by the Portuguese & the Dutch, English 'traders' prudently considered it a less dangerous option to open up shop in the Far East, beginning with India.
Acquisition of land in the Far East became like a feeding frenzy for sharks between European states, countless islands were swept up & it's indigenous populations were either enslaved where they stood or shipped off, if they were permitted to live that is. The larger states on the continent were a different matter, some had cultures going back 1000's of years & were well versed in how to ward off unwanted intruders, so if these civilisations were to be overcome, more tactful methods must be employed, new methods of reasoning perhaps.
Trade was a good starting point as it always had been, the Phoenicians & the Greeks employed this strategy to this effect; traders would set their stall out on some beach, luring the native populations slowly but surely into buying their wares until such a time as the local economy would become dependent on this trade, then the awaiting troops would move in & that would be that. I learned that from Alan Watt, after listening to Bill for a few years however I'd wager this version of events being nearer the truth. By the 15th Cen, the Indian branch of the Assassins, the 'Thugs', were among the most powerful & feared secret societies in the Indian sub-continent. It was through this sect of the Mystery Schools that agents of the Rose Cross (Templars) would have conspired (the Roshaniya were operating in India at that time also), so that by the time British traders first landed in Bengal (East India) in 1608, a highly elaborate network of Intelligence was already firmly in place.
From the Assassins entry in the Encyclopaedia Britannica 1961;
'It's [Assassins] followers are still found in small numbers in Syria, Persia & central Asia, with the largest group in India & Pakistan, where they are known as Khojas & owe allegiance to the Aga Khan.'
Interestingly, the site I usually use for these subjects, 'britannica.com', doesn't have an entry for the Assassins.
Let me reiterate what I've said elsewhere, we're not talking about English or British people in general in these subjects, the people behind empires such as these are not in the least bit nationalistic, they're religionists working to an ancient plan that transcends national borders & cares not a jot for the people who make up these Geo-political entities. Their willingness to slaughter millions of innocents time & again should tell us either they don't consider us or themselves as human, I'm not sure which it is but it is one or the other.
According to accounts given by early European traders, Bengal was a paradise on earth, it was actually difficult to trade with them because they wanted for nothing, yet, little by little more & more factories began to spring up & the British slowly gained influence with the ruling Khan & eventually were able to wring from him a treaty whereby the East India Company could trade there for perpetuity. This now being the case, the British were soon fortifying the ports they had control of, then the inland towns until hostilities with the local escalated to such an extent that the British Government finally took nominal control of the situation, Delhi was finally taken at the turn of the 19th Cen, the British Raj came into being & the vast wealth of the Indian sub continent now lay at the disposal of a philosophical society headquartered in old London town.
British historians are quick to point out that famine has always been a natural & regular occurrence in India. What they don't say is that by the time the British entered the picture, the causes & effects had changed drastically. 'For centuries, silver & gold poured into Bengal; they now poured out. The East India Company no longer had to transport bullion to India to purchase goods for selling abroad. Instead, the tax revenues from Bengal now supplied all the capital it had previously imported for investing in trade & more....By 1769, Bengal had no gold, silver or other valuables left.' (Madhursree Mukerjee). Conditions were such that now the Indians had no means of importing foodstuffs in times of need & the British were exacerbating the problem tenfold by exporting surplus crops. This, coupled with heavy taxation, land rents & so on rendered the native Indians defenseless & millions would now die instead of the thousands that would have perished before the arrival of the British.
From a firm base now established in India, the British could now kick on in all directions. 'After the mid-18th century the cotton-goods trade declined, while tea became an important import from China. Beginning in the early 19th century, the company financed the tea trade with illegal opium exports to China. Chinese opposition to that trade precipitated the first Opium War (1839–42), which resulted in a Chinese defeat & the expansion of British trading privileges; a second conflict, often called the Arrow War (1856–60), brought increased trading rights for Europeans.' https://www.britannica.com/topic/East-India-Company
The 'increased trading rights for Europeans' included forced importation of opium, as well as the cessation of the island of Hong Kong. The Opium Wars finished Chinese sovereignty once & for all, & soon it was dragged into a chain of wars with Japan (also very soon to wave goodbye to it's self determination due to western interference) & of course China was ultimately hit with Communism. 'He [Chairman Mao] finally found a position as a librarian assistant at Beijing University & attended a few classes. At about this time, he heard of the successful Russian Revolution, which established the communist Soviet Union. In 1921, he became one of the inaugural members of the Chinese Communist Party.'
Maybe Mao was inspired by one of Socialist Aristocrat, Lord Bertrand Russell's lectures who was lecturing in that University at the time. If so, here's a taste of what he would have heard; 'All the boys & girls will learn from an early age to be what is called 'co-operative,' i.e., to do exactly what everybody is doing. Initiative will be discouraged in these children, & insubordination, without being punished, will be scientifically trained out of them.....If the youth is content to abandon his previous associates & to throw in his lot whole-heartedly with the rulers, he may, after suitable tests, be promoted, but if he shows any regrettable solidarity with his previous associates, the rulers will reluctantly conclude that there is nothing to be done with him except to send him to the lethal chamber before his ill-disciplined intelligence has had time to spread revolt......Diet, injections, & injunctions will combine, from a very early age, to produce the sort of character & the sort of beliefs that the authorities consider desirable, & any serious criticism of the powers that be will become psychologically impossible.....I think the subject which will be of most importance politically is mass psychology.. Its importance has been enormously increased by the growth of modern methods of propaganda'.
I often wondered as a child how it was that most of my toys I received at Christmas time were made in a country we were supposed to be in a Cold War with? Or why there was a 'China Town' in the city centre, or why the Chinese outlets made the best fish & chips.....the UK's most popular meal at the time, now it's Indian curries, which nine times out of ten you'll find are actually made by Bangladeshi's (Muslims).
There's not enough space to recount all the details of the British & French conquest of the 3rd world, but in case anyone wasn't aware, in the subjugation of the Antipodes, the British managed to extirpate the entire Aboriginal population of Tasmania by 1900. Meanwhile in another part of the world, Manly P Hall was fond of sharing with his students, the afternoon discussions he had in England with highly decorated British soldier Sir Francis Younghusband. Younghusband was famous for leading a military expedition into Tibet & managing to take the country without losing a man, a notable achievement in it's day. The notoriously pacifist Tibetans had a tactic of standing in the (usually mountain) roads in an effort to block the British advance, Sir Francis responded to this awkward situation by machine gunning them down by the 1000 where they stood, I haven't heard Hall mention that part as yet.
I'd like to reiterate, I say British or French for convenience sake only, I'm referring actually to the secret bodies behind the scenes pulling the strings, the ordinary folk of France, Britain & other nations have suffered tremendously at the hands of these secret societies down the centuries, who also use the names British, French, American etc for convenience sake, unlike me though they don't believe in separate countries, they believe in 'Commonwealths' & so on, which is what the British Empire became after WWII. In the same way the Roman Empire just changed it's stripes, I don't believe the British Empire fell, I believe they just left their people & system (Democracy) in charge it was a lot a less expensive than having standing armies everywhere.....& where did all that vast wealth go? Maybe it's not that important bearing in mind as it's these same families, industrialists etc who plundered all these nations/continents for centuries........who own the money/credit systems of the world as well.
The above Royal Society link seems very keen to point out the societies role in the abolition of the slave trade......quite, seeing it was them who brought it to new heights when it suited them, 'Old pirates yes they rob I' (Bob Marley - 'Redemption Song'). However I remember reading some of the literature of the 19th Cen economists once & remember thinking, which man would produce the most work, the man who's paid or the man who's paid nothing? This makes even more sense in a system where you, the slavemaster own the credit system as well. 'The whites treated the Aborigines as subhumans, seizing their hunting grounds, depleting their food supply, attacking the women, & killing the men. Tasmanian attempts to resist were met with the superior weaponry & force of the Europeans. Between 1831 & 1835, in a final effort at conciliation & to prevent the extermination of the approximately 200 remaining Tasmanians, the Aborigines were removed to Flinders Island.'
It was a good job the British had abolished the slave trade (not slavery) by 1807, otherwise things could have gotten really rough for the those Aboriginees, Chinese, Tibetans, Burmese, Indians, Afghans, Fijians, Sri Lankans..........
Now then, 'Since the end of World War Two in 1945, British military forces have been almost constantly engaged in combat or near-combat operations around the world. From post-war occupations, to colonial conflicts, the Cold War against the communists, to today's wars against Islamic Jihadists, the military of the United Kingdom has engaged Britain's foes.'
List of wars involving England since 1000 AD;
Rule Britannia, Britannia rules the airwaves;
'Who is Britannia? Britannia is presented in mainstream circles as the female personification of Britain & has done so since the Romans invaded Britain in 43AD. She is depicted as a war like figure, wearing a Corinthians hat & brandishing a shield & trident. She is mostly associated with the sea & features in the popular song, Britannia rules the waves. However, there is a deeper esoteric meaning behind the symbol which dates back to ancient times long before the Roman Empire was even thought of. The classic symbol of Britannia resembles the ancient Phoenician goddess, Barati, who was recogonised in the Indian Vedas as goddess of the waters. Her name actually derives from an elite clan of the Aryans who settled in Sumeria [modern Iraq] around 7500 years ago. The clan was known as the Barats, thus Barati means “belonging to the Barats.” There is a suspicion that this powerful clan have infiltrated cultures & risen to power under another guise. Goddess of the waters. The symbol of Barati certainly keeps appearing throughout the ancient empires. In ancient Vedic hymns she is called the “Holy Lady of the Waters,” & in the hymn “napat the Son of the Waters,” is hailed as the First-made mother. It is for this reason she is confused with Semiramis, Isis, Athena or Minerva, all of whom are the same goddess passed on through Babylon, Egypt, Greece & the Roman Empire.'
The British colonial expedition ended with the annexation of Palestine during WW1 we're told, anything military action after that is simply outright war, of which there's been aplenty, or else it's a polite little policy term known as 'Interventionism', how noble. The Soviet Union was created by the US & Britain the same year Palestine was annexed, right in the middle of WW1.....'One last word on this subject. There is a Magical Operation of maximum importance: the Initiation of a New Aeon. When it becomes necessary to utter a Word, the whole Planet must be bathed in blood. Before man is ready to accept the Law of Thelema, the Great War must be fought. This Bloody Sacrifice is the critical point of the World-Ceremony of the Proclamation of Horus, the Crowned & Conquering Child, as Lord of the Aeon.' - Aleister Crowley (1911).