THE VIOLENT BRITISH ROTHSCHILDS CRIME MOB SLAVERY IN KENYA FROM 1895 CE to 1964 CE
1886 CE-1959 CE: VIOLENT BRITISH ROTHSCHILDS CRIME MOB SLAVERY IN KENYA — Maxim machine gun was in use by the British and was invented by American-born British inventor Hiram Stevens Maxim (1840 CE-1916 CE) in 1884 CE it was the first portable fully automatic machine gun in production. A later version was called “THE CHOPPER” and was used by the American-Ashkenazis-Italian MOB. But ANOTHER MOB used this gun — THE BRITISH ROTHSCHILDS CRIME MOB and it was called “the weapon most associated with the British imperial conquest.” In 1894 CE British MP Sir Charles Dilke observed in the House of Commons, “The only person who has up to the present time benefited from our enterprise in the heart of Africa has been Mr. Hiram Maxim” and his machine guns made him a lot of LOOT. During the period in which Kenya’s interior was being forcibly opened up for British settlement, there was plenty of conflict and British troops carried out atrocities against the native population. British never even provided shelter for their SLAVES in KENYA. The brush admitted, “If we left that district tomorrow the only permanent evidence of our occupation would be the buildings we have erected for the use of our tax-collecting staff.” —Chief Native Commissioner of Kenya, 1925 CE. Clearly the British never ENDED SLAVERY in 1833 CE as they LIE AND CLAIM TODAY! They robbed the land of the Kenyans and put in SETTLERS just like Israel does today. A feature of all settler societies was the ability to obtain a disproportionate share in land ownership. In 1902 CE British Settlers robbed the land in Kenya as part of Governor Charles Eliot’s plan to have a settler economy pay for the Uganda Railway. The settler society was built on land robbery and enslavement of the Kenyan people. Using the Machine Guns the British established a dictatorship over the Kenyans over the three decades.
1895 CE-1950s CE: VIOLENT BRITISH ROTHSCHILDS CRIME MOB SLAVERY IN KENYA — The British Rothschilds MOB’s colonial government and settlers consolidated their control over Kenyan land, and ‘encouraged’ (FORCED) native Kenyans to labor for below survival pay or slave pay and buy at overpriced levels from the British criminals. The British pretended, for fear of exposure, to grant Kenyans some rights in the face of more rebellions and native deaths. So finally in 1930s CE the British response to the clamor for agrarian reform was to set up the Carter Land Commission to do a CYA REPORT. In 1934 CE The Commission reports recommendations and concessions to Kenyans were so conservative that only war and mass Kenyan murders would result. The British seized about 7,000,000 acres more of land, most of it in the fertile hilly regions of Central and Rift Valley Provinces, later known as the White Highlands due to the exclusively European-owned farmland there. They even restricted 1,029,422 native Kenyans to specific areas of GREAT OVERCROWDING AND NO HOUSING. By 1948 CE the situation was so acute that British controlled 86% of all land in Kenya. “In particular”, the British government’s 1925 CE East Africa Commission noted, “the treatment of the Giriama tribe [from the coastal regions] was very bad. This tribe was moved backwards and forwards so as to secure for the Crown areas which could be granted to Europeans.” The colonial government and white farmers also wanted cheap labor (SLAVE LEVEL) which, the government acquired from native Kenyans through force. Confiscating the land itself helped to create a pool of MACHINE GUN forced laborers. In 1901 CE-1910 CE The CRIMINAL ROTHSCHILDS BRITISH MOB EVEN TAXED THE SLAVES ON TOP OF ROBBING THEM FOR FOOD. In 1906 the MOB passed the Masters and Servants (SLAVES) Ordinance with DOG TAGS in 1918 CE on every slave, known as the HATED KIPANDE (1918 CE) to control the movement of labor and to curb desertion. But the BRITISH HAD MORE TORTURES for the Kenyans in the coming years. The Ordinance of 1939 CE finally eliminated squatters’ living on any British land and permitted settlers to demand 270 days’ labor from any squatters on their land. After World War II, the situation for Kenyans deteriorated even more rapidly as resistance began to build up. The resentment of this FORCED SLAVERY BRITISH RULE built until the 1952 CE Rebellion as more and more deaths mounted for the Kenyan natives. Kenyans were sometimes beaten to death but in general the treatment was torturous. The British settlers argued native Kenyans “were as children and should be treated as such”. So the Britiash beat them and prodded them and threatened them. There was virtually no legal rights for the Slaves in Kenya. In a 1946 CE speech by Deputy Colonial Governor stated, “The greater part of the wealth of the country is at present in our hands…This land we have made is our land by right—by right of achievement.” To flee the torture many thousands of Kenyans migrated into cities in search of work, contributing to the doubling of Nairobi’s population between 1938 CE and 1952 CE. Some Kenyans sold out to the British and enjoyed a better survival and this lead to an economic rift and infighting which the BRITISH ROTHSCHILDS MOB LOVES in their DIVIDE and CONQUER policy.
1952 CE-1964 CE: VIOLENT BRITISH ROTHSCHILDS CRIME MOB SLAVERY IN KENYA — BRITISH WAR ON KENYA, A BRITISH COLONY (1920 CE–1963 CE) also confusingly called by the criminal BRITISH “the Mau Mau Uprising” for propaganda purposes — Kenyans were horribly oppressed by the BRITISH ROBBERS and so an uprising was part of Kenyans decolonization efforts seen across Africa with the criminal Winston Churchill as a key instigator (1951 CE–1955 CE). The Kenyans said “Let the foreigner go back abroad, let the African regain independence”. In 1956 CE the capture of Kenya leader, Field Marshal Dedan Kimathi, signaled the defeat of the Kenyans, the British thought. But the Rebellion survived until after Kenya’s independence from Britain, driven by the Meru units led by Field Marshal Musa Mwariama and General Baimungi who was killed shortly after Kenya attained self-rule. British policy of divide and rule (conquer) was used to keep the SLAVE COLONY going on valuable land. The British also applied the strategy and tactics they developed in suppressing the Malayan Emergency (1948 CE–1960 CE). From the start, the land was the primary British interest in Kenya, which had “some of the richest agricultural soils in the world, mostly in districts where the elevation and climate make it possible for Europeans to reside permanently”. Though declared Kenya a colony in 1920 CE, but the formal British colonial presence in Kenya began with a proclamation on 1 July 1895 CE, in which Kenya was claimed as a British protectorate (dictatorship). Even before 1895 CE Britain’s presence in Kenya was marked by robbery of land as people were driven off their land using violence. BUT HOW DID THE BRITISH ROTHSCHILDS CRIME MOB RULE OVER AFRICA? Opposition to British dictatorship and oppression in Kenya began in 1895 CE with the Nandi Resistance of 1895 CE-1905 CE. Other Kenyan efforts included the Giriama Uprising of 1913 CE-1914 CE and the women’s revolt against forced labor in Murang’a in 1947 CE and the Kolloa Affray of 1950 CE — All unsuccessful against the machine gun armed British Rothschilds Crime MOB army. The level of crimes by the British alarmed ever Winston Churchill who ran the show in Kenya (1951 CE-1955 CE), expressed fear that word would get out (no concern for the victims), “160 Gusii have now been killed outright without any further casualties on our side. . . . It looks like a butchery. If the H. of C. gets hold of it, all our plans in E.A.P. will be under a cloud. Surely it cannot be necessary to go on killing these defenseless people on such an enormous scale.” Of course, the British continued mowing down Kenyans with their machine guns. Finally, when the Kenyans got their freedom in 1963 CE Jomo Kenyatta, said “We are determined to have independence in peace, and we shall not allow hooligans to rule Kenya. We must have no hatred towards one another. Mau Mau was a disease which had been eradicated, and must never be remembered again.” Contrary to British propaganda of the time, the Kenyan freedom fighters were mostly well-organized and planned and avoided direct attacks by the fearful British machine guns. See this gun in action and imagine it being used on slave labor: