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70+ Years of Monarchical Crimes

Blog Post 55

September 20, 2022

WARNING: This article may be triggering to many people worldwide.


“Allah does not love the oppressors.”

(The Holy Qur’an 3:140)

“And think not that Allah is unaware of what the oppressors do.

He only grants them respite until the Day when the eyes will stare in horror.”

                                        (The Holy Qur’an 14:42)

People who love the queen have their heads screwed on backwards. It doesn’t matter if you talk with them about their feelings or you leave them to wallow in it.


Those of us who study history and live through it see only the truth. The queen is responsible for the crimes of the monarchy. Her feet and hands are drenched in the blood of millions and millions of people who were systematically oppressed and slaughtered throughout the world. And the crown on her head witnesses to that fact.

Sure she inherited the throne from her father in 1952 while she was in Kenya, one of many countries who made up more than a quarter of the world under Britain’s shaitanic control. More than 700 million people suffered from the British monarchy’s crimes of enslavement, violence, brutality, torture, murder and theft. (Kim, J., 2022) The victims’ scars are vivid and their anger is palpable. The queen was never held accountable for her crimes while living. In death, certainly it is a different bed she lies upon.

A rundown of 70+ years of monarchical crimes


It displaced, tortured and raped 1.5 million Kikuyu people of Kenya in the British termed “Mau Mau” revolt in concentration camps, used the people as slave labour, and executed their leader, Dedan Kimathi Waciuri, and killed at least 10,000 people. (Kim; Dutton, J., 2022; Kimeu, C., 2002; Agence France-Presse, 2022; Ritzen, S., 2022; Cook, J., 2022)

It destroyed and concealed official records of their brutal crackdowns. (Kimeu)


It arrested, displaced and killed more than one million Nigerians, including from starvation and disease, during the "civil war" and especially when Igbo officers declared independence as it tried to prevent the secession of Biafra. (Dutton; Agence France-Presse)

It plundered artefacts. (Agence France-Presse)


It retaliated against the country, burning the palace and exiling Oba Ovonramwen. It plundered artefacts and treasures, including plaques and sculptures. (Smithsonian MuseumAgence France-Presse)


It deposed the Bunyoro Kingdom’s ruler Omukama Kabalega, exiled him to Seychelles and absorbed what is now Uganda into the British empire. (Agence France-Presse)

It plundered artefacts, including 300 from Bunyoro. (Agence France-Presse)

It defeated the army revolt against president Milton Obote. (The History Guy)

Sierra Leone

It intervened to help the government in operation palliser during the “civil war” and helped train the army. (The History Guy; Wikipedia, British military intervention)


It massacred hundreds of Indians in 1919 in Jallianwala Bagh. (Kim)

It caused three million people to die of starvation in Bengal’s famine in 1943-1944. (Kim)

It stole the 105-carat Kohinoor diamond in her crown. (Kim)

Malaya (present-day Malaysia and Singapore)

It fought against the Malayan National Liberation Army (MNLA) to maintain their colonial rule in the anti-British national liberation war. (The History Guy; Wikipedia, Malayan Emergency)


It fought against the militia supplied by Indonesia who did not want Sabah (North Borneo) and Sarawak to join the Malaysian Federation. (The History Guy; Wikipedia, Brunei Revolt)


It participated in the Indonesian Revolution, particularly to help the Dutch maintain their colonial rule. (The History Guy)

It supported Malaysia against Indonesia who wanted control over north Borneo in which almost 850 people were killed and around 400 people wounded. (The History Guy; Wikipedia, Indonesia-Malaysia confrontation)


It fought in the Korean war with the US. (The History Guy)


It fought in the Vietnam war, particularly in operation masterdom. (The History Guy)


It warred against Greek Cypriots during their four-year campaign against colonial rule and executed nine people by hanging. (Associated Press, 2022)

Zimbabwe (formerly Rhodesia)

It rejected a unilateral declaration of independence, creating a white-minority-ruled-state. (Simon, C., 2022)

South Africa

It colonized four areas – Cape, Natal, Transvaal and Orange River – held enslaved people and fought a war against the Zulu Kingdom and two wars against the Dutch (Boer), in which 26,370 Dutch women and children and over 20,000 Black people perished in British concentration camps, and 22,000 British soldiers and 7,000 Dutch soldiers and an unknown number of Black people were killed, to form the Union of South Africa, resulting in the establishment of apartheid and its ensuing death toll of Black people and political prisoners. (Wikipedia, History of South Africa; Wikipedia, History of South Africa (1815-1910; Wikipedia, Second Boer War)

It stole the Cullinan diamond in her crown. (Kim)

The Caribbean, North America and South America

It enslaved over 3.1 million African people, transporting them to the Americas and British colonies. (Kim; The National Archives; Mohamud, A., and Whitburn, R., 2018)


It committed a “deliberate clandestine genocidal attack on the Aboriginal People.” (Blackman, K., 2015)

Islamic Republic of Iran

It orchestrated a coup with the USA to reinstate the dictatorial and murderous shah, a good friend of hers. (Gill, J., 2022)

It separated Bahrain from Iran, which now serves as a US naval base. (Qaemian, A., 2022)

It built a chemical weapons factory in Iraq, equipping the Ba’athist dictator Saddam with chemical weapons in the imposed war against Iran, which he also used against the Kurdish people in Halabja. (Qaemian)

It caused pre- and post-election turmoil in 2009, supporting the Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO) to murder innocent people. (Qaemian)


It occupied and controlled the country, as well as the Suez Canal. (Wikipedia, Egyptian revolution of 1952)

It deposed and replaced several of Egypt’s monarchs. (Gill; Wikipedia, Egyptian revolution of 1952)

It warred against the Egyptian revolutionaries, killing 80 people and wounding hundreds of others. (The History Guy)

It participated in the UK-French-Israeli invasion of Egypt over the Suez Canal, which killed and wounded thousands of people, mostly Egyptians. (The History Guy; Wikipedia, Suez Crisis)


It fought with the US, France and other Allied nations against Iraqi dictator Saddam who had occupied Kuwait in the Gulf war. (The History Guy)

Along with the US, it enforced a no-fly zone in Iraq and it “resulted in nearly constant air strikes… against Iraq,” including operation desert fox, to degrade its defenses leading up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq. (The History Guy; Wikipedia, 1998 Bombing of Iraq)

It fought against Iraq from 2003-2009, killing more than a million Iraqis and driving millions from their homes. (The History Guy; Cook)

It began military operations, in operation shader, along with the US, France, Canada and other western nations, against ISIS. (The History Guy; Wikipedia, Operation Shader)


It provided airstrikes and special forces operations, along with other western nations, in operation shader against ISIS in Syria and Libya. (The History Guy)


It controlled Transjordan after the British mandate. (Britannica, History of Jordan)

It sent troops to support king Hussein who was scared when Egypt and Syria merged and his cousin, king Faisal II of Iraq and his family, were killed. (The History Guy; Britannica, Jordan under King Hussein)


It supported and awarded the grand cross to king Idris for his role in WWII. (Gill)

King Idris supported the UK and France’s attack on Egypt and provided the US with an airbase in Tripoli. (Gill)

It provided air and naval forces, as well as special forces on the ground, in the coalition to help overthrow Muammar Gaddafi. (The History Guy)

It provided airstrikes and special forces operations, along with other western nations, in operation shader against ISIS in Libya and Syria. (The History Guy)

Arabian Peninsula (Saudi)

It promoted, sponsored and installed the Wahhabis into power. (Nalapat, M.D., 2010)

It provides military weapons for the war against Yemen in which thousands of people have been killed and died of starvation. (Gill)

Oman and Muscat (present-day Oman)

It supported the government in the Jebel Akdar War. (The History Guy)

It fought with Oman in the Dhofar region against South Yemen. (The History Guy)


It fought against insurgents in Aden, the British-ruled part of Yemen. (The History Guy)


It took over and occupied Palestine in the League of Nations Mandate for Palestine, fought against the Palestinians and established the zionist state of Israel, which continues warring against, imprisoning, torturing, displacing and exiling the Palestinians to this day. (Wikipedia, Mandatory Palestine)


It was part of a multinational force along with the US, France and Italy after the ceasefire between the PLO and Israel to stop their involvement in the conflict between Lebanon and Syria and to help Lebanon evacuate the PLO and Syrian forces out of their country. (Cook; Wikipedia, Multinational Force in Lebanon)


It fought against Afghanistan in at least three wars before 9/11. (Britannica, Anglo-Afghan Wars)

It was friends with Bin Laden and accepted money from his family. (Middle East Eye, 2022)

It was in the forefront of the war after 9/11 in which war crimes were committed and scores of civilians were killed in night raids which has been covered up. (Gill)

Northern Ireland

It fought against Irish Catholics who wanted to leave the UK and join a united Ireland, killing 14 civilians at a protest on Bloody Sunday.

The conflicts resulted in at least 3,532 people killed and over 47,500 people injured over three decades. (Wikipedia, The Troubles; Cook)


It fought against Argentina in the Falkland Islands. (The History Guy)


It fought against the former Yugoslavia (now Serbia) in Bosnia, but was the most responsible for the UN’s imposing of an arms embargo on Bosnia and preventing UN and NATO intervention.  (The History Guy; Bogdanor,V., 2012)

Because of that and the closing of Britain’s borders to refugees, 8,000 unarmed Muslim men and boys were massacred in Srebrenica by the Serbs.  (The History Guy; Bogdanor,V., 2012)

Over 100,000 people were killed in Bosnia and at least two million were displaced, the vast majority of whom are Muslims. (The History Guy; Bogdanor,V., 2012)


It fought against the former Yugoslavia (now Serbia) in Kosovo along with NATO. (The History Guy; Wikipedia, Kosovo-United Kingdom relations)


For many who faced the queen and her minions, she is viewed as “the monarch of a ‘thieving raping genocidal empire’”, as Dr. Uju Anya, a linguistics professor at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania tweeted on September 8, 2022. She continued: 

If anyone expects me to express anything but disdain for the monarch

who supervised a government that sponsored the genocide

that massacred and displaced half my family and the consequences

of which those alive today are still trying to overcome,

you can keep wishing upon a star.” (Dutton, J., 2022)

She is referring to Nigeria.

Kenyan lawyer Alice Mugo tweeted, “Most of our grandparents were oppressed. I cannot mourn.” (Associated Press) “This commonwealth of nations, that wealth belongs to England. That wealth is something never shared in,” said Bert Samuels, a member of the National Council on Reparations in Jamaica. (Associated Press)

The only thing I noted about the queen’s passing

is that she died and never apologized for slavery.

She should’ve apologized,”

Nadeen Spence, a Jamaican activist said.

 (Associated Press)

“The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), South Africa’s third-biggest political party…criticized the queen…for reigning for 70 years as a head of an institution ‘built up, sustained, and living off a brutal legacy of dehumanization of millions of people across the world. We do not mourn the death of Elizabeth, because to us her death is a reminder of a very tragic period in this country and Africa’s history.’” The EFF’s statement said that since the British monarchy took control of what became South Africa,

native people of this land have never known peace,

nor have they ever enjoyed the fruits of the

riches of this land, riches which were and

still are utilized for the enrichment of the

British royal family and those who look like them.”

The royal family’s leadership “has been one of pain

and suffering, of death and dispossession,

and of dehumanization of African people,”

they stated. (Dutton)

Sandy O’Sullivan, “an Australian professor of Indigenous Studies at Macquarie University… tweeted that Elizabeth II ‘wasn’t a bystander to the effects of colonisation and colonialism, she was an architect of it…She was the one who maintained a colonial rule, her boot on us.’” (Dutton)

“Political elites benefitted from the empire either through political or economic power,” said Dr Njoki Wamai, an assistant professor in politics and international relations at the United States International University-Africa. Dr. Wamai “believes the British legacy of violence is downplayed for economic reasons.” Kenyan Kikonde Mwamburi said:

Death should not be used to sanitise her brutal legacy.

I’m glad this obtuse culture is being questioned

by younger generations.” (Kimeu)

“Elizabeth was” [is rather] “a symbol of Britain’s denial for colonial crimes.” (Kim, 2022) The horrendous crimes committed by the monarchy has fattened it to the bloodstained pot of $78 billion, including Buckingham and Kensington. She singularly sat atop and breathed her last $500 million, including Sandringham in England and Balmoral in Scotland. The “royals” get around $47 million annually from the estate. Her adulterous son alone gets around $24 million annually from his Dutchy of Cornwall and he’s exempt from the 40% estate inheritance tax. (Picchi, A., 2022)

“Mukoma Wa Ngugi, the son of Kenya's world renowned writer Ngugi wa Thiong’o and who is himself a novelist as well as an associate professor of English at Cornell University, also questioned the Queen’s legacy in Africa. ‘If the queen had apologised for slavery, colonialism and neocolonialism and urged the crown to offer reparations for the millions of lives taken in her/their names, then perhaps I would do the human thing and feel bad,’ he wrote on Twitter. ‘As a Kenyan, I feel nothing. This theater is absurd.’” (Agence France-Presse)

So not enough “sorries” can make a difference. Reparations and paybacks are long overdue. Don’t imagine that the monarchy will just reach into their pockets and pass out money. It will take more than pictures and blog posts and news articles and books. It will take lawsuits and trials to force their hands. The time is now to squelch the racist colonial mindset, as a commentator tweeted, “Now is the time to discuss this kind of detail because [the queen’s] death is being used to push a sanitised history of her reign.” (Gill) The tweet is referring to operation legacy in which the monarchy is destroying records of its colonial regimes. (Gill)

Black GST Elder Robbie Thorpe of Australia in March 2006 announced in a press release that charges laid against the queen

                   “for Crimes against humanity, including Genocide, against the Indigenous peoples of Australia

                   under the International Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide,

                   the United Kingdom International Criminal Court Act 2001, and the Commonwealth Criminal Code Act 1995

                   (Amendment Division 268 2002) — Genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and crimes against

                   the administration of the justice of the International Criminal Court.” (Black GST Australia, 2006)

Thorpe said,

                   “Successive Australian Colonial Governments have been, and are unwilling or unable to resolve these

                   fundamental questions of law. Therefore, the Queen of Australia is personally responsible for the crimes

                   perpetrated against our people and I will be presenting these charges against her when she arrives

                   in Melbourne…Queen Elizabeth II has been the sovereign ruler of Australia for the entire time that

                   these laws have been in place and she has done nothing to stop the continuing genocide of our peoples,

                   which is going on in this country…The Queen is demonstrating utter contempt towards the Sovereign

                   law of our people if she is to visit this country without addressing these fundamental legal issues,

                   and for this, she must be brought to account under International Law…The onus is on the Queen

                   to rectify and address this unfinished business or she will have to answer these questions in the

                   International Criminal Court.” (Black GST Australia)

“The glossy images of the white queen on tours of exotic former colonies” are evidence that burns into her soul as she’s now on her tour of Hell and it’s not a glossy image. (Simon) All “commonwealth” nations should get out and get something before it’s too late. Earlier in 2022, Jamaicans “called for slavery reparations and an apology for crimes against humanity.” (Kimeu) Barbados already cut their ties last year. Although most “commonwealth” nations are culpable too for staying in so long. “Charles Onyango-Obbo, writer and Uganda government critic, said on Twitter many long-ruling African leaders used Queen Elizabeth’s 70-year reign to justify their own decades in power. ‘Now that she has passed, they are scrambling to learn how to make their case convincingly in the past tense.’” (Agence France-Presse)

“Journalist Peter Tatchell has argued that the institution of monarchy is itself inherently racist as there have only been, and likely will only ever be, white monarchs. He notes, ‘A non-white person is […] excluded from holding the title of head of state, at least for the foreseeable future. This is institutional racism.’” (Jones, B.T., 2021) Don’t doubt that the monarchy is crumbling before our eyes. Let’s just tear it down once and for all.

Please don’t forget that:

The demand for silence is not a politically neutral act.

It is a demand that we collude in a corrupt system

of establishment rule and hierarchical privilege.” (Cook)

The people worldwide who suffered under the atrocious 70+ years of monarchical crimes are not crying while experiencing loss and grief. They are not in awe of the “mighty power” of the failed British monarchy. Nostalgia is not what they feel. It’s because they know what crimes were not committed by the “royals.” They are not shedding tears over the end of her. The crimes that were not committed are a big fat zero. And that is how she’ll be considered in the life she has now and remembered for the life she had here.

(Note: There is so much more we could write. Please forgive any errors I have made. The evidence is so overwhelming and purposely convoluted by the monarchy and mass media.)


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