Wednesday, November 7, 2012

British Have Invaded 90 Percent of the World's Countries!

Michael Rozeff informs:
"Britain has invaded all but 22 countries in the world in its long and colourful history, new research has found." So says new research. Was this culture and/or genetic predisposition handed on to the U.S. via the British colonists? Or does the geography of the two countries that are essentially islands foster taking to the seas? Or has the advanced private property system produced the wealth that could be turned to extensive warfare? Or have advanced tax-collecting and money systems been essential to gathering wealth and focusing it on conquest? 


  1. Following the report of this story in the UK's Daily Telegraph newspaper, I commented in the readers section that it appeared the British had been “the world's most prolific illegal immigrants”.

    Almost 100 Telegraph readers recommended my comment. But the Telegraph's editors didn't approve of the anti-British Empire sentiment, and censored it. For the full story go to:

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  2. The British are the result of invasions by the Romans, the Irish, the Norse, a few assorted Norse and Teutonic tribes, and then the Normans who also conquered Sicily, Southern Italy and Ireland. The Normans also spearheaded the Crusades. So invasions became a preemptive defense at some point and later the emulation of Rome. Note that in many instances the Norse raided as Vikings and later settled. We have this Calvinist concept of predestination which edged into manifest destiny and later to empire--in 1899 Spain got rid of its empire by sticking us with it.

  3. I very much enjoyed Albion's Seed: Four British Folkways in America . Found it quite interesting on points like this.

  4. ",,, The English army had just won the war.
    A crowd of people turned away ..."