Her er nogle af de forbrydelser imod menneskeheden som er begået af den 'civiliserede vestlige verden'.

Angela Merkels besøg for nyligt til Rusland hvor den tyske kansler mødtes med Præsident Putin og forsøgte at belære Rusland er sindbilledet af den hykleriskhed hvorved historisk aggressive lande belærer en russisk stat som i mange krige har været begrænset til at forsvare sig selv overfor invasioner.

Det russiske territorium har ganske vist ekspanderet over århundreder men Rusland har aldrig haft de oversøiske og udadvendte imperier som de følgende lande.

Yderligere har Rusland aldrig begået forbrydelser imod menneskeheden som de følgende fem lande gjorde.


Kommentar: Denne artikel er delvis oversat til dansk af Sott.net fra: These five countries have historically been the aggressor - NOT Russia


1. Germany

Most historians agree that Germany's preeminent, domineering and militant stance started the First World War.

Undeniably, it was the German conquest of Poland in 1939 which was the proximate cause of the Second World War. Not fit to conquer most of Europe along with colonial holdings abroad, Germany attacked the Soviet Union in June of 1941.

Apart from Germany's blood-soaked wars of conquest in the 20th century, under the fascist leadership of the 1930s and 1940s, Germany exterminated millions of people on an ethnic and religious basis.

The mechanized ethnic cleansing that Germany is responsible for has lead Germany to invent a term called 'Vergangenheitsbewältigung' which means 'overcoming the past'.

A nation that has struggled so hard with its own demons is in no position to excoriate others.

2. United Kingdom

At its early 20th century zenith, the British Empire ruled about a quarter of the world. While some say the Empire was built on trade, it was also built on death, slavery and exploitation.

In April of 1919, British imperial troops in India fired on unarmed peaceful protesters killing up to 1,000.

The Amritsar Massacre is remembered by India to this day as a supreme act of aggression by Britain.

Even more recently, Imperial Britain killed and tortured tens of thousands of Kenyans rebelling against British rule. The event is widely considered to be a crime against humanity.
3. Japan

Japan's invasion and occupation of China in the 1930s remains one of the most brutal events in modern history. During the 1937-1938 Nanking Massacre, also known as 'The Rape of Nanking', Japan killed 300,000 Chinese in one of the most brutal fashions imaginable.

The Japanese occupation of Manchuria which began in 1931 is also remembered for its utter brutality.

4. France

The end of the French Empire is remembered as a particularly brutal period.

French troops attempted to put down the liberation struggle in French Indo-China (Vietnam) between 1946 and 1954. Although Vietnamese forces drove out the French this led to America's disastrous invasion of Vietnam in the 1960s.

The French attempt to subdue Algerian freedom fighters in the Algerian War of Independence between 1954 and 1962 was one of the most brutal of all the post-war colonial struggles.

In both Indo-China and Algeria the French troops committed acts of extreme torture against civilian populations.

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Police shoot Algerian demonstrators dead in Paris, following orders from Police Prefect Maurice Papon.
5. United States

During the second half of the 20th century, the United States invaded and occupied more countries than any other power. America is also the only country to use nuclear weapons in combat.

Between 1945 and the present day, America has invaded, occupied or used covert methods to overthrow the governments in the following countries

- Iran
- Vietnam
- Afghanistan
- Iraq
- Yugoslavia
- North Korea
- Syria
- Haiti
- Nicaragua
- Libya
- Lebanon
- Somalia
- Sudan
- Grenada
- Cuba
- Panama
- Philippines
- China
- Chile
- Guatemala
- Cambodia
- Laos
- El Salvador

The US has used chemical weapons on civilian populations in Vietnam and was more recently exposed by Wikileaks as being complicit in the torture of Iraqis after 2003.


Then there is of course the murder of civilians in even more recent years:


These are the countries criticizing Russia and calling themselves 'civilized'....just let that sink in.