Genocide Of 1.8 Billion Indians By The British


I am used to hearing people of my earlier generation and many from my generation as well, speak highly of the British Rule in India, about British Honesty and Fair play,

Their contribution to uniting India,

Bringing in the Industrial Revolution to India and introducing English in India.Each of these statements need rebuttals for the impressions are not correct and the motives behind these acts are criminal in Nature.

They have invaded all countries that are found in the Map today, excepting 22!

# As is expected of Anglophiles and British pechant for hiding crimes, some Links I have quoted may not work now.See the Sites, you shall understand what I am saying.

Before I start rebutting these points one by one, let me furnish some information about the Genocide of Indians by the British.

We are aware of one Jallianwala Bagh .

We do not know about more serious Genocide by the British in India,

Now Britain claims it is a Champion of Freedom and a friend of the downtrodden and we respect them!

The news was obviously blacked out by the Anglo Media.

Excerpts.

Educated Indians are aware of the ghastly 2-century imposition of British colonialism on India. However, because history is generally written by non-scientists, most Indians are utterly unaware of the horrendous human cost (1.8 billion violent and non-violent avoidable deaths in the period 1757-1947).
Under British rule, Indian cultivators were forced to produce for export, and heavily taxed while denied necessary infrastructure, like roads, to move their products to market. As one observer noted, “In this predicament, the cargo of cotton lies sometimes for weeks on the ground, and the merchant is ruined.” Shown: Indian and European merchants trade at the Bombay cotton market, ca. 1870.

Th British deliberately caused famines in India, in order to force the indigenous population into relief works, such as road-building. The tenant-laborer, writes Carey, “is mercilessly turned from his land and his mud hut, and left to die on the highway.” Here, Indians on their way to the relief works, published in the LondonNews, 1874…

Queen Victoria, Empress of India, ruled over a people broken by poverty, inhumane treatment, famines, and despair. As one British author wrote: “And this occured in British India—in the reign of Victoria the First. Nor was the event extraordinary and unforeseen. Far from it: 1835-36 witnessed a famine in the northern provinces; 1833 beheld one to the eastward; 1822-23 saw one in the Deccan. They have continued to increase in frequency and extent under our
sway for more than half a century.”

During the terrible famine of 1838, according to one reporter, millions of pounds of rice and other edible grains were exported from Calcutta, to feed the kidnapped Indian Coolies, who had been sent to the Mauritius, to work in the fields.

These are just the figures of the British-man-made famines, it does not include the Epidemics induced by Famines, Anglo-Indian Wars, Indians killed fighting for the British, Freedom Fighters martyred by the British.

If all these are included the figures reaches over 1.8 Billion mark (ignored by Anglo Media)

Citations and References.

http://greatgameindia.wordpress.com/2013/01/13/indian-holocaust-under-british-raj-1-8-billion-excess-deaths-ignored-by-anglo-media/

This Link,when I last checked  ,was Marked ‘Private’

1. Dutt, Romesh Chunder (1908). The economic history of India under early British rule, Pg. 52

2. Grove, Richard H. (2007), “The Great El Nino of 1789–93 and its Global Consequences: Reconstructing an Extreme Climate Event in World Environmental History”, The Medieval History Journal 10 (1&2): Pg. 75–98

3. Ibid

4. Reference 1: Digby, William. Prosperous British India, Pg.127.
Reference 2 : Dutt, RC. Famines and Land Assessments in India, Pg.3

5. Ibid

6. Ibid

7. Digby, William. Prosperous British India, Pg.127

8. Reference 1: Digby, William. Prosperous British India, Pg.127.
Reference 2 : Dutt, RC. Famines and Land Assessments in India, Pg.5

9. Ibid

10. Ibid

11. Ibid

12. Ibid

13. Fieldhouse, David (1996), “For Richer, for Poorer?”, in Marshall, P. J., The Cambridge Illustrated History of the British Empire, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 400, pp. 132

14. Reference 1: Digby, William. Prosperous British India, Pg.127.
Reference 2 : Dutt, RC. Famines and Land Assessments in India, Pg.9

15. Ibid

16. Ibid

17. A Maharatna, The Demography of Famine, quoted by Mike Davis, Late Victorian Holocausts, El Nino Famines and Making of the Third World, pg 7,table P1.

18. Digby, William. Prosperous British India, Pg.128

19. Ibid

20. Ibid

21. Ibid

22. The Lancet 16 may 1901, quoted in Mike Davis. Late Victorian Holocausts, El Nino Famines and Making of the Third World, pg 7, table P1

23. Maharatna quoted by Mike Davis, Late Victorian Holocausts, El Nino Famines and Making of the Third World, pg 174

24. Bengal Tiger and British Lion: An Account of the Bengal Famine of 1943, Richard Stevenson, Pg.139
Famines in Bengal: 1770-1943, K C Ghosh, pg.111
Famine Inquiry Commission Report, 1943. Pg.110

Click to access H%20Carey%20British%20free%20trade.pdf

Churchill’s Crimes From Indian Holocaust To Palestinian Genocide
http://www.countercurrents.org/polya230109.htm

How many Indians died in the genocides committed by the British Raj?
http://jambudveep.wordpress.com/2010/12/14/how-many-indians-died-in-the-genocides-committed-by-the-british-raj/

Bengal Famine Man-Made
News Article – The Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday 16 November 1943
http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/17882909

Anglo Holocaust Denial – BBC’s “The Story of India” IGNORES Bengal Famines & British Indian Holocaust
http://creative.sulekha.com/anglo-holocaust-denial-bbc-s-the-story-of-india-ignores-bengal-famines-british-indian-holocaust_412021_blog

Churchill’s Famine?
http://www.outlookindia.com/article.aspx?266849

INDIAN HOLOCAUST under British Raj: 1.8 BILLION excess deaths
https://sites.google.com/site/muslimholocaustmuslimgenocide/indian-holocaust

British in India : Slavery and Famine

Click to access H%20Carey%20British%20free%20trade.pdf

Doubts have been raised about the Figure 1.8 Billion

1.As I have mentioned in the Post the period and between 1757 and 1947.

2.The table shows only Famine deaths.

3.More research papers.

“The “avoidable deaths” (from violence, deprivation and deprivation-exacerbated disease) in British India totalled 1.5 billion (or 1.8 billion if you include the so-called Native States).

Major British-imposed genocidal events in India included the Great Bengal Famine (10 million dead, 1769-1770), successive famines that killed scores of millions of Indians up to the World War 2 Bengal Famine (6-7 million dead in Bengal and surrounding provinces; see the recent BBC broadcast involving me, Economics Nobel Laureate Professor Amartya Sen and others: http://www.open2.net/thingsweforgot/bengalfamine_programme.html ), the estimated 10 million Indians murdered by the British in reprisals for the so-called Indian Mutiny (in which 2,000 British were killed) and the underlying British-imposed condition of “living on the edge” that was responsible for most of the “avoidable deaths” (see my book “Jane Austen and the Black Hole of British History. Colonial rapacity, holocaust denial and the crisis in biological sustainability”, G.M. Polya, Melbourne, 1998, 2008: http://janeaustenand.blogspot.com/ ).
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20 thoughts on “Genocide Of 1.8 Billion Indians By The British

  1. Killing 1.8 billion inferior people means nothing to me, nor should it mean anything to the descendants of the inferior people who survived. You should instead be grateful we brought civilization to your land, thanks to which you now have dreams of attaining a quality of life nearly half as good as ours.

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  2. Mr. Krishnamurthi, here is a simple arithmetic.
    See whether you can understand.

    Population of India in 1940s : 30 Crores.
    Population of India in 2016: 125 Crores.
    Increase in population in 76 (2016 – 1940) years is : 95 Crores.
    Therefore possible increase in population in 190 years could have been :
    (95 Crores / 76 years) * 190 years = 237 crores = 2.37 Billion.
    Ramanan’s 1.8 billion seems conservative.
    Assuming that 25% of the people died before producing offspring, 1.8 billion seems to be correct.

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    Churchill Nazi, (Winston Churchill) was the Biggest Churchill Nazi, Churchill Fascist, Churchill Terrorist & Churchill War Criminal of the World and he killed around 22 Millions in Asia & Africa between 1899 in South Africa and 1965 —- the year of his delightful death.

    Nazis & Terrorists were ONE Less, on the day, when Churchill Nazi died.

    Just in India, Churchill Nazi killed 7 Million Civilians by starving them to death between 1940 – 1943. Regarding this act of Churchill Genocide, Madusree Mukerjee wrote a very good book, “Churchills Secret Wars”, which proves very very clearly that Churchill was the Biggest Churchill Genocider of the World.

    Regarding the crimes of the British Shit-ish in India, Indian Prime Minister, Jawaher Lal Nehru said, “I dont understand, why Hitler is blamed for his Crimes in Europe. The British Shit-ish have been committing worse than These Crimes in India, since the past 500 years”. How True. Nehru told the truth and by this, he clearly meant that Hitler is a small criminal and it is the British Shit-ish, who are the Biggest Criminals of the World.

    British Shit-ish created poverty in all countries, by plundering the Economic Resources of the Whole world for 600 years. British Shit-ish are the Shakespeare Thieves of the World.

    Ask the Irish. They all hate the British Shit-ish and the Shakespeare Thieves of Nazi Britain.

    The Irish say that the British Shit-ish and their Shakespeare Thieves have been stealing the Irish Territories and have been launching Terrorist Attacks against United Ireland since 1169 ——— Since the past 850 years.

    There is NO NO NO doubt about this fact that the British Sit-ish are the Biggest War Criminals of the World.

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  4. dear mr gupta,i want the figures to be correct;the population of india,pakistan and bangladesh in 2012 was 1.56 billion;projected population in 1852 mid point of british rule 0.349 b;life expectancy 40 years;5 generations in 190 years of british rule;0.349×5=1.66 b;territories were acquired in stages;therefore 1.66b/2=0.83b;the total number of indians who lived under the entire british rule including princely states was 0.83 b;-krishnamurthy

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    1. Shri Krishnamurthy ji, It appears that the staggering figure of 1.8 billion is causing a lot of anxiety.But please try to understand that nowhere in the article Shri Ramani has said that the entire population of India was wiped out in one go.The fact is that due to higher birth rate in India on a population of some 350 million approx. ten million births took place in a year and if due to famine, starvation, cholera or other epidemics coupled with deliberate killings by the “civilized” Britishers some 9.9 million people died then over a period of 190 years some 1.88 billion persons died.As such the given figure of 1.8 billion is not unusual given the fact that the aggregate population of the country remained stagnant at 350 million.So the facts given by Shri Ramanan are correct.

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  5. 1.8 billion is 1800 million;85 million is famine deaths;1800-85=1715 million;are you saying that the entire population was killed by the british? then how do you account for the existence of indians today?

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    1. Mr.Krishnamu Ramanan is only trying to say that 1800 million died during 190 years of British rule in India.That is ‘only’ ten million per year.Out of an average population of 300 million 10 million to be killed by starvation or famine is no surprising.

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      1. dear mr anil gupta,the british did not rule the entire empire for the entire period;territories were added in stages;the total number of indians who lived in the empire from 1757 to 1947 was only 1.7 billion-krishnamurthy

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      2. actually it was less than 1 billion considering the acquisition of territories in stages; (those who lived in british indian empire);

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  6. all the the indians who lived under the british rule over 200 years will be less than 1.8 billion;please be responsible with your numbers;

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    1. 1,As I have mentioned in the Post the period and between 1757 and 1947.

      2.The table shows only Famine deaths.

      3.More research papers.

      “The “avoidable deaths” (from violence, deprivation and deprivation-exacerbated disease) in British India totalled 1.5 billion (or 1.8 billion if you include the so-called Native States).

      Major British-imposed genocidal events in India included the Great Bengal Famine (10 million dead, 1769-1770), successive famines that killed scores of millions of Indians up to the World War 2 Bengal Famine (6-7 million dead in Bengal and surrounding provinces; see the recent BBC broadcast involving me, Economics Nobel Laureate Professor Amartya Sen and others: http://www.open2.net/thingsweforgot/bengalfamine_programme.html ), the estimated 10 million Indians murdered by the British in reprisals for the so-called Indian Mutiny (in which 2,000 British were killed) and the underlying British-imposed condition of “living on the edge” that was responsible for most of the “avoidable deaths” (see my book “Jane Austen and the Black Hole of British History. Colonial rapacity, holocaust denial and the crisis in biological sustainability”, G.M. Polya, Melbourne, 1998, 2008: http://janeaustenand.blogspot.com/ ).
      https://sites.google.com/site/muslimholocaustmuslimgenocide/indian-holocaust

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    2. Please elaborate the basis of your calculation.Give complete details of births and deaths that took place during 200 years of British rule in India.

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    3. Krishnamuji, It appears that you found the figure of 1.8 billion deaths shocking.But there are many facts buried under the seemingly ‘civilised’ rule of the British.Our Macaulayites are anglophiles who dont want to accept anything that is against their make-believe history.

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