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The Allies notoriously accuse their foe of committing atrocities to excuse or lessen the impact of their own war crimes. Another tactic is to censor one’s own bloodbaths.
At 25,500 tonnes the German liner Wilhelm Gustloff suffered the greatest loss of life in maritime history. The tragedy was a senseless and needless carnage of the innocents. To all intents and purposes Germany in January / February 1945 was defeated and unable to defend itself.

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At least 13,000 British Army servicemen are homeless after leaving the military.  Military charities said the shameful figure is a record high and the Government is failing those who risk their lives for Queen and country. They also issued a stark warning that the crisis deepens every month.
Les Standish, who won the Military Medal in the Falklands War, said:  “The Government has let these people down. These men and women were willing to fight and lay down their lives for this country and the only help available to them is from charities. The Government needs to do more for them. It’s a disgrace.”

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The United Kingdom government finds itself in a quandary over dissident Australian journalist, Julian Assange. Having despaired of finding a case against the writer Sweden abandoned the embarrassing pursuit of the fugitive from injustice.
In 2012 the government of Ecuador granted the London-based whistle-blower sanctuary in their London embassy. The cost of surrounding the embassy with armed police is said to run into millions. This is the responsibility of the UK taxpayer. What cannot be priced is the humiliation of the UK regime whichever way the mop flops.

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The deputy leader of Britain First hit the international headlines when Jayda Fransen’s anti-benefit bandits’ campaign was endorsed in a tweet by U.S. President Donald Trump.
Jayda Fransen on January 10 arrived in Northern Ireland to face two show trials on two counts of ‘attempting to stir up racial hatred’. The attractive campaigner for white rights hit out at politically inspired trumped up charges.  

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Fresh data reveals that people working in the UK Parliament attempted to access pornography every nine minutes on average over the last several months.
A total of 24,473 attempts to view pornographic content through various devices connected to parliament’s network were made between June and October of last year. That figure suggests that the network users, including politicians, peers and their staff, attempted to access hard porn content online 160 times a day, on average.

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Shoot, Loot, and Scoot

The Soviet system built its reputation on all for one and one for all. This seems to be a euphemism for what’s yours is mine and what’s mine is mine.
By December 1941 the Soviets realised that the near-defeated Bolshevik State was certain to be rescued by the U.S and Britain. If a working alliance with Britain and the U.S could turn defeat into victory the pillaging of Democratic Germany could commence.

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