The impact of collective bad karma isn’t regulated by the Geneva Conventions, either!
pakeha are the lowest form of life … their cowardly soldiers are the maggots that come out of …
Had just replied to a reader on
See: “Let’s say I’m convinced about the impact of bad karma, but why is it so severe in New Zealand?”
When a reader sent in the following:
NZ soldiers slaughtered Bedouin
“The ANZAC Mounted Division.” These murderous maggots and worms specialized in the murder of unarmed, defenseless civilians. This is a known fact, as their disastrous performance in Gallipoli showed, the murderous cowards were not men enough to face an enemy that were even minimally armed!
Hundreds of Bedouin were massacred by lowlife ANZAC scumbags when scumbag Trooper Leslie Lowry — of the New Zealand Machine Gun Squadron lines — was allegedly killed on December 9, 1918, by a local thief whom he had chased out of the tent camp.
“It was always thought that New Zealanders were mainly responsible for the massacre,” Paul Daley, author of Beersheeba told The Age newspaper in Melbourne.
Paul Daley said: “The Australians’ participation was assumed but never really proven.”
Whatever the role of the Australians in the killings, the fact remains that the massacre was initiated by the runts of British empire, the maggots from the feces, who have always gone out of their tiny, murderous heads to be regarded as one of “the boys.”
The men on garrison duty at the time were from the ANZAC Mounted Division: the Canterbury Mounted Rifles and 7th Light Horse Regiment.
Daley’s discovery of a tape recording of a former trooper in the Australian Light Horse, Ted O’Brien, is revealing. Ted O’Brien reportedly “described in graphic detail how he and his comrades had ‘had a good issue of rum’ and ‘done their blocks’ in Surafend, and how they ‘went through (the village) with a bayonet.’
What will they blame the massacres in Afghanistan on? Opium, morphine, heroine or the yet more exotic derivatives of the local produce?
The Bedouin, Mr O’Brien said, were “wicked…You’d shoot them on sight.” Of the massacre at Surafend, he said “it was a real bad thing…It was ungodly.”
The massacre wasn’t technically a war crime. So that’s alright. [The collective bad karma isn’t regulated by the Geneva Convention, either. TEAA]
Daley said that, while some people would no doubt define Surafend as a “war crime”, technically it was not covered by the Geneva Conventions, and it actually happened after the war ended on November 11.
What did the occupying British Army say? Surely even they must have been far less evil than the ANZAC maggots.
The British commander-in-chief, General Sir Edmund Allenby, is said to have called the soldiers “cowards and murderers” at a parade the next day. All leave was stopped, all men on leave recalled and all recommendations for honours were withdrawn.
Junior officers closed ranks and no one was charged but in 1921 New Zealand paid compensation of 858 pounds and Australia paid 515 pounds, to the British, who then ruled Palestine, for the reconstruction of the village. The British Army paid 686 pounds because a small number of Scottish soldiers had participated. No witness actually saw the New Zealander shot, or saw the killer run into the nearby village of Surafend.
But tracks led in that direction and the men of Lowry’s unit threw a cordon around the village to prevent anyone from entering or leaving. They did not enter the village that night and the next day were ordered by officers to lift the cordon.
But that night about 200 Anzac troops surrounded the village, expelled the women and children and old men, and using pick handles and bayonets murdered between 40 and 120 men before torching their huts. The flames lit up the countryside for miles around. They then moved on to a neighbouring nomad camp, which they also burned to the ground.
The above is of course the romanticized version of the events that forgets “the boys” had “had a good issue of rum,” who also raped fair number of local women before bayoneting and mutilating them to death. The actual figures were probably closer to 1,250 villagers, men, women and children who were massacred indiscriminately
One New Zealand witness claimed that Scottish artillerymen from the Ayrshire Battery took part using horse traces (heavy harness chains encased in leather.
Another Australian author, Patsy Adam-Smith, said in her book The Anzacs that one report stated that the men threw villagers down a well and rolled a large grindstone down on top of them.
“Their excuse was that they were sick of the natives stealing; for five years they’d put up with their small private possessions from home being stolen as well as their uniforms and gear, were weary of their men being ambushed and killed while the authorities did nothing”.
Most of the genocide techniques used by pakeha petes against Maori remain the same whether they are applied in this country, Egypt, Vietnam… Iraq or Afghanistan.