Elgondolkodtató igazság a nyugati világ vezető hatalmairól: sokkoló tények! Csak 22 ország van...

2019. március 18., hétfő




Csak 22 ország van az egész Földön, amit nem támadtak meg a britek valamikor… A TELJES igazság a világ gyarmattartóiról és képmutatásukról…

Tudtad, hogy ha végigtekintünk az egész történelmen, a britek a létező országok 90%-át meghódították vagy megtámadták?!

Mindössze 22 ország van az egész Földön, mely nem került a britek fennhatósága alá vagy célkeresztjébe valamikor.

Mindezt a legújabb könyvben tárta fel a kutató, Stuart Laycock, melynek címe:

“All the Countries We’ve Ever Invaded: And the Few We Never Got Round To”

Számos cikkben és valódi (nem főáramú) híradásban foglalkoztak vele

Nevezetesen:



Europe [invaded 29/47 = 62%]

Albania: [supported] Battle of Durazzo (1918)

Andorra: [none]

Austria: [invaded] Italian Front of World War I (1917)

Belarus: [none?]

Belgium: [invaded parent] Battle of Blenheim (1704)

Bosnia and Herzegovina: [invaded substates] Operation Deny Flight (1993)

Bulgaria: [invaded] Balkans Campaign of World War I (1918)

Croatia: [invaded parent] Battle of Lissa (1811)

Cyprus: [invaded] Third Crusade (1191); crusaders led by King Richard I

Czech Republic: [supported] Operation Anthropoid (1942)

Denmark: [invaded] Battle of Copenhagen (1807)

Estonia: [invaded parent] Anglo-Russian War (1808)

Finland: [invaded] Raid on Petsamo (1941)

France: [invaded] Operation Overlord (1944), and many, many more…

Germany: [invaded] Western Allied invasion of Germany (1945)

Greece: [invaded] Don Pacifico affair (1850; blockade); also involved in the Greek Civil War and Dekemvriana events, but on side of winners.

Hungary: [none] though there were a couple of ‘blind’ Special Operations Executive drops during WWII.

Iceland: [invaded] Invasion of Iceland (1940)

Ireland: [invaded] Cromwellian conquest of Ireland (1649)

Italy: [invaded] Allied invasion of Italy (1943)

Kosovo: [invaded parent] Kosovo War (1998)

Latvia: [invaded parent] Baltic Campaign of the Crimean War (1855)

Liechtenstein: [none]

Lithuania: [none] though before becoming King, Henry IV took part in a crusade there with the Teutonic Knights.

Luxembourg: [none]; Luxembourg did briefly become part of an Anglo-Dutch condominium during the War of Spanish Succession, but without a British military presence.

Macedonia: [supported] Battle of Doiran (1918)

Malta: [supported] Siege of Malta (1798)

Moldova: [none?]

Monaco: [none]

Montenegro: [invaded] Kosovo War (1999)

Netherlands: [invaded] Holmes’s Bonfire (1666)

Norway: [invaded] Battle of Lyngør (1812)

Poland: [supported] British Military Mission to Poland (1919); the UK also bombed parts of German East Prussia that later became part of Poland, but I don’t think that passes the straight face test.

Portugal: [supported] Portuguese Restoration War (1662)

Romania: [invaded] Bombing of Bucharest in World War II (1944)

Russia: [invaded] Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War (1918)

San Marino: [invaded] erroneous bombing during World War II (1944)

Serbia: [invaded] (Kosovo War (1998)

Slovakia: [none?]

Slovenia: [invaded parent] Italian Front of World War I (1917)

Spain: [invaded] Battle of Cádiz (1702)

Sweden: [supported] Finnish War (1808); technically the UK and Sweden were in a bloodless war from 1810–12, but the British fleet already stationed in Sweden was never even asked to leave!

Switzerland: [none] though there were a few accidental bombings during WWII.

Turkey: [invaded] Gallipoli Campaign (1915)

Ukraine: [invaded parent] Crimean War (1853)

UK: [invaded] Wars of the Three Kingdoms (1639)

Vatican City: [none]

North America [invaded 20/23 = 87%]

Antigua and Barbuda: [invaded substates] Colonial settlement of Antigua(1632)

Bahamas: [invaded substates] Eleutheran Adventurers (1648)

Barbados: [invaded substates] Colonial settlement (1627)

Belize: [invaded parent] Battle of St. George’s Caye (1798); not sure how to count this: it was the Spanish that first claimed sovereignty over the locals, but the English settlements that displaced them.

Canada: [invaded substates] Colonisation of British Columbia (1863)

Costa Rica: [none]; though it did see British pirate activity.

Cuba: [invaded parent] Invasion of Cuba (1741)

Dominica: [invaded parent] Invasion of Dominica (1761)

Dominican Republic: [invaded parent] Siege of Santo Domingo (1655)

El Salvador: [none]; though it did see British pirate activity.

Grenada: [invaded parent] Invasion of Grenada (1762)

Guatemala: [none]; though it did see British pirate activity.

Haiti: [invaded parent] Haitian Revolution (1793)

Honduras: [invaded substates] Black River settlement (1732)

Jamaica: [invaded parent] Invasion of Jamaica (1655)

Mexico: [invaded] Convention of London (1861; landed force but no fighting)

Nicaragua: [invaded] Nicaragua Crisis of 1895 (1895)

Panama: [invaded parent] Battle of Porto Bello (1739)

Saint Kitts and Nevis: [invaded substates] Kalinago Genocide (1626)

Saint Lucia: [invaded substates] Colonial settlement (1639)

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: [invaded substates] First Carib War(1769)

Trinidad and Tobago: [invaded substates] Colonial settlement of Tobago(1649)

United States: [invaded] War of 1812 (1812)

South America [invaded 7/12 = 58%]

Argentina: [invaded] British invasions of the River Plate (1806)

Bolivia: [none]

Brazil: [invaded] Blockade of Río de Janeiro (1863; blockade)

Chile: [none] though the Battle of Valparaíso against the US took place in Chilean waters.

Colombia: [invaded substates] Providence Island colony (1631)

Ecuador: [none] though British Legions of volunteers fought for independence.

Guyana: [invaded parent] Fourth Anglo-Dutch War (1781)

Paraguay: [none]

Peru: [none] though British Legions of volunteers fought for independence.

Suriname: [invaded substates] Colonial settlement (1630)

Uruguay: [invaded] British invasions of the River Plate (1806)

Venezuela: [invaded] Venezuelan crisis of 1902–03 (1902; blockade)

Asia [invaded 35/46 = 76%]

Afghanistan: [invaded] First Anglo-Afghan War (1839)

Armenia: [supported] Caucasus Campaign (1918)

Azerbaijan: [invaded] Battle of Baku (1918); not sure how to count this: Baku was ostensibly still Russian and the British fought at the invitation of the ruling Centrocaspian Dictatorship but against Azerbaijan Democratic Republic.

Bahrain: [invaded] 1905 ultimatum (1905)

Bangladesh: [invaded] Battle of Plassey (1757)

Bhutan: [invaded] Bhutan War (1864)

Brunei: [invaded] Capture of Brunei Town (1846)

Cambodia: [supported parent] Japanese surrender (1945); accepted the Japanese surrender on behalf of the French south of the 16th parallel.

China: [invaded] First Opium War (1839)

East Timor: [supported] International Force for East Timor (1999)

Georgia: [supported] Occupation of Batumi (1919); captured from the Ottomans ostensibly on behalf of the White Russians and later ceded to Georgia.

India: [invaded substates] Anglo-Indian Wars (1766 onward)

Indonesia: [invaded] Operation Claret (1964)

Iran: [invaded] Anglo-Persian War (1856)

Iraq: [invaded] Anglo-Iraqi War (1941)

Israel: [invaded parent] Sinai and Palestine Campaign (1917)

Japan: [invaded] Allied naval bombardments of Japan during World War II(1945)

Jordan: [invaded parent] Third Transjordan attack (1918)

Kazakhstan: [invaded parent] British Caspian Flotilla (1918)

Kuwait: [supported] Kuwait-Najd War (1920)

Kyrgyzstan: [none]

Laos: [supported parent] Japanese surrender (1945); accepted the Japanese surrender on behalf of the French south of the 16th parallel.

Lebanon: [invaded parent] Syria–Lebanon Campaign (1941)

Malaysia: [invaded substate] Settlement of Penang (1786/90); Penang was ceded to the British East India Company in 1786 but under false pretenses, with an unsuccessful attempt to retake it in 1790 when this was discovered.

Maldives: [supported] RAF Gan (1941); British airfield leased in exchange for economic aid.

Mongolia: [none]

Myanmar: [invaded] First Anglo-Burmese War (1824)

Nepal: [invaded] Anglo-Nepalese War (1814)

North Korea: [invaded] Korean War (1950)

Oman: [invaded substates] Jebel Akhdar War (1959)

Palestine: [invaded parent] Sinai and Palestine Campaign (1917)

Pakistan: [invaded substates] First Anglo-Sikh War (1845)

Philippines: [invaded parent] Battle of Manila (1762)

Qatar: [invaded] Bombardment of Doha (1821)

Saudi Arabia: [invaded parent] Arab Revolt (1916) against the Ottoman Empire in support of the local population.

Singapore: [supported] Battle of Singapore (1942)

South Korea: [invaded] Port Hamilton incident (1885)

Sri Lanka: [invaded] Kandyan Wars (1796)

Syria: [invaded parent] Syria–Lebanon Campaign (1941); Britain is also taking part in the American-led intervention in Syria, though this is targeted at ISIS and appears to have the grudging acceptance of Damascus.

Tajikistan: [none]

Thailand: [invaded] Bombing of Bangkok in World War II (1942)

Turkmenistan: [invaded] Malleson mission (1918)

United Arab Emirates: [invaded substates] Persian Gulf campaign (1809)

Uzbekistan: [none]

Vietnam: [supported parent] War in Vietnam (1945); fought on behalf of the French colonial administration against the communist independence movement.

Yemen: [invaded substates] Aden Expedition (1839)

Africa [39/54 = 72%]

Algeria: [invaded] Bombardment of Algiers (1816)

Angola: [invaded substates] Fort in Cabinda (1721); short-lived fort that came into conflict with local Woyo people and Portuguese colonial presence

Benin: [invaded substates] Fort William (1682)

Botswana: [invaded substates] Bechuanaland Expedition (1884)

Burkina Faso: [none]

Burundi: [none]

Cameroon: [invaded parent] Kamerun Campaign (1914)

Cape Verde: [none] though a British fleet was attacked by the French at the Battle of Porto Praya; also saw British pirate activity.

Central African Republic: [none]

Chad: [supported] Allied base during World War II (1940)

Comoros: [invaded parent] Invasion during World War II (1942)

Congo: [none]

Djibouti: [invaded parent] Blockade and invasion of Djibouti City (1942)

DR Congo: [invaded substates] Emin Pasha Relief Expedition attack on Yambuya (1887)

Egypt: [invaded] Suez Crisis (1956)

Equatorial Guinea: [invaded parent] Anti-slaver attack on Corisco (1840)

Eritrea: [invaded parent] Battle of Keren (1941)

Ethiopia: [invaded] British Expedition to Abyssinia (1867)

Gabon: [invaded parent] Battle of Gabon (1940)

Gambia: [invaded parent] Capture of Fort James (1661)

Ghana: [invaded] Anglo-Ashanti wars (1823)

Guinea: [none]; the Îles de Los were obtained by treaty.

Guinea-Bissau: [none]; discounting a failed attempt to colonise the uninhabited island of Bolama

Ivory Coast: [none]

Kenya: [invaded substates] Kikuyu oppression (1895)

Lesotho: [invaded substates] Basuto Gun War (1880)

Liberia: [invaded] Seizure of John Seys from Buchanan harbour (1842); Britain only recognised Liberian sovereignty in 1848.

Libya: [invaded] 2011 military intervention in Libya (2011)

Madagascar: [invaded parent] Bombardment of Tamatave (1845)

Malawi: [invaded substates] Colonisation of Shire Highlands and Blantyre(1876)

Mali: [supported] Operation Serval (2013)

Mauritania: [invaded parent] Capture of Arguin (1665)

Mauritius: [invaded parent] Invasion of Isle de France (1810)

Morocco: [invaded parent] Operation Torch (1942)

Mozambique: [supported parent] Battle of Nhamacurra (1918)

Namibia: [invaded substates] Capture of Walvis Bay (1878)

Niger: [none]

Nigeria: [invaded substates] Bombardment of Lagos (1851)

Rwanda: [supported] United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda (1994)

São Tomé and Príncipe: [none]

Senegal: [invaded parent] Capture of Senegal (1758)

Seychelles: [invaded parent] Invasion of Seychelles (1794)

Sierra Leone: [invaded substates] Annexation and Hut Tax War (1898)

Somalia: [invaded substates] Somaliland Campaign (1901)

South Africa: [invaded substates] Anglo-Zulu War (1879)

South Sudan: [invaded parent] Mahdist War (1881)

Sudan: [invaded] Mahdist War (1881)

Swaziland: [supported] Anglo-Boer War (1901)

Tanzania: [invaded substates] Anglo-Zanzibar War (1896); the war lasted around 40 minutes.

Togo: [invaded parent] Togoland Campaign (1914)

Tunisia: [invaded] Action of 14 April 1655 (1655)

Uganda: [invaded substates] Bunyoro conflict (1894)

Zambia: [invaded substates] Mpezeni rebellion (1897)

Zimbabwe: [invaded substates] First Matabele War (1893)

Oceania [5/14 = 36%]

Australia: [invaded substates] Australian frontier wars (1788 onwards)

Fiji: [none] colonised by agreement with local rulers.

Kiribati: [none] colonised by agreement with local rulers.

Marshall Islands: [none]

Micronesia: [none]

Nauru: [none] captured by Australia in WWI.

New Zealand: [invaded substates] First Taranaki War (1860)

Palau: [none]

Papua New Guinea: [invaded substates] Annexation of Territory of Papua(1888)

Samoa: [invaded] Second Samoan Civil War (1898); not sure how to classify this: Britain intervened on the side of the recognised leader but following the war Samoa was split, with the side Britain fought against making up modern Samoa (the other side became American Samoa). Also captured by New Zealand in WWI at the behest of Britain.

Solomon Islands: [supported] Solomon Islands campaign. Probably colonised by agreement with local rulers.

Tonga: [none] colonised by agreement with local rulers.

Tuvalu: [none] colonised by agreement with local rulers.

Vanuatu: [invaded substates] Colonisation of New Hebrides (1906)

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