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Mass privatisation in Communist bloc led to surge in male deaths – Yahoo! News


Former Eastern Bloc countries that swiftly and massively privatised their state assets in the early 1990s, leading to a surge in unemployment, unleashed a wave of death among men … The consequences hold stark lessons for China, India and other countries mulling reforms of their state sector, according to the study published by The Lancet.

Between 1991 and 1994, male deaths in Russia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, where intense, fast-track privatisation took place, rose 42 percent, coinciding with a 305-percent increase in unemployment, its authors say.

They found that swift, massive privatisation of assets was generally correlated with a lightning rise in unemployment and a sharp increase in mortality among men aged 15-59. (via Mass privatisation in Communist bloc led to surge in male deaths – Yahoo! News).

This was the ‘secret’ behind Anglo Saxon wealth – the methodology of genocide of Native Americans and Aborigines.Australia, Canada and USA were amongst the largest producers of gold – in the last 200 years. These large countries funded the Wars of colonization and and the colonies were exploited to fund this genocide.

A point in example was the Indian War of 1857 against British colonizers. The Indian alliance did not have the ‘loot’ and the ‘resources’ that the British had – from the Caribbean colonies, from the Opium trade, or the licensed naval piracy by the British Crown.

In 1492, when Columbus landed in the West Indies, the native American population was 3 million (in the what is currently USA) and more than 10 million in the Americas – and they spoke a 600 languages. 300 years later, they had become tourist attractions. The British and the independent Americans were equally brutal with the Red Indians.

During the French and Indian Wars, Britain waged a biological warfare against the Red Indians by distributing small pox infected blankets to Red Indians. 70 years later, Andrew Jackson delayed (some say withheld) small pox medical supplies and vaccines from Red Indians. Treaty after treaty was made with Red Indians – which were broken time and again. And the man leading this campaign – George Washington The Great himself.

Indians later referred to Washington by the nickname “Town Destroyer,” for it was under his direct orders that at least 28 out of 30 Seneca towns from Lake Erie to the Mohawk River had been totally obliterated in a period of less than five years, as had all the towns and villages of the Mohawk, the Onondaga, and the Cayuga. As one of the Iroquois told Washington to his face in 1792: “to this day, when that name is heard, our women look behind them and turn pale, and our children cling close to the necks of their mothers.”

The White man coveted everything that the Red Indian had – but mostly, his life. This “land of the free” by all possible (and some impossible) means was soon made land free of the “natives and savages”. The vast prairie lands were expropriated – and the Cherokee Indians were marched out by the US army.

This march, Trail Of Tears, signalled the break of treaty by white Anglo Saxons. Land West of the Mississippi were to belong to the Eastern Indians ‘in perpetuity.’ The Red Indians resisted removal and forcible transfers. Their resistance was brutally crushed.

The entire Anglo Saxon race was against the very existence of the native Red Indian. The British Colonialists and the White Anglo Saxon settlers continued a scorched earth policy in their genocidal campaign.

Just like Romani Gypsy and Australian aboriginal children were taken away from their parents, Red Indian children were also removed. In different continents, at different times, similar tactics were used by Europeans and the Anglo Saxons in the colonies.

Next target – maybe the Islamic Middle East?

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  1. Dsylexic
    January 20, 2009 at 1:00 pm

    I was trying to find evidence of any claims about ‘loot of native gold’ after the creation of the US. A couple of gold rushes apart,I dont see any particular targetting of gold by the Govt – gold mines once discovered by whites (and till then unknown even to the natives) were ofcourse targets of land grabs by the govt but thats similar to eminent domain misuse today). But I dont see much evidence of a physical grab of the gold (finished product) after the US was created.

  2. January 20, 2009 at 2:44 pm

    trying to find evidence of any claims about ‘loot of native gold’

    Interesting! Your bias shows!

    Maybe you should read how Pizzaro captured Atahualpa through fraud – and then extorted a ‘roomful of gold’. Maybe, you did not read about White traders in the USA gave colorful beads – and took gold instead. Maybe you are aware how Jefferson ‘bought’ Louisiana’ from the French – as though the original Native Americans were not of consequence. The Native Americans across North and South America were amongst the largest owners of gold – before they were looted of the same.

    Of course, your question is a lot like the ’empty continent of Australia’ – as though aborigines did not exist. Did it ever occur why only slave civilizations seem to ‘discover’ gold – starting with Alexander? Because, in order to extract gold, free labour is required. These gold rushes in USA and Africa were also finally dependant on slave labour. The ‘discovery’ was first, of course, made by the ‘White Man’ – who was given the title. It like the ‘haldi’ story. Haldi’s anti-septic properties will be ‘discovered’ by some “Westerner’ – who will then patent – and claim this as his discovery.

    Of course, the Anglo Saxon Bloc wants to show the Spanish Empire in poor light – and show themselves as different. It did not stop the British from looting the Spaniards – and like I pointed out earlier, Keynes traced the entire British foreign investment to the loot of the Spanish by the British. If you wish to imagine a discontinuity between Europe and USA, it is wishful thinking – for reasons I cannot imagine!

    Next will be about Oil that was ‘discovered’ by the West in the Middle East – and not known before. (In case you dont know, naptha springs in the Middle East were known for the last 3000 years).

    This desire to believe Western propaganda is a Hegelian construct!

    How well it works!!

    Genocide and the land grab are anyways lesser crimes, possibly!! Maybe the Great White Chiefs In The Sky can be excused for these ‘lesser’ crimes.

    BTW – I have not used these term ‘loot of native gold’ anywhere in the more than 300 posts.

    dont see any particular targetting of gold by the Govt

    Where did Roosevelt’s 25,000 tons of gold come from?

    dont see much evidence of a physical grab of the gold (finished product) after the US was created.

    The ‘capitalist’ model is based on ‘insiders’ having ‘access’ to ‘resources’ like slaves, gold, land, etc. So, why are you looking for the Government to play a role in this.

  3. Dsylexic
    January 21, 2009 at 5:37 am

    first of all,i am not biased. i have read david stannard’s american holocaust long back .i was only trying to look at it from the other side (white apologist historian version).i am looking specifically at confiscation of gold by the Govt by force.

    re:jefferson and louisiana “purchase”. agree.but it wasnt a loot of gold alone.it was an imperial action. beads for gold?..well was there force in that barter trade?. if not, the natives just were bad businessmen in that transaction.nothing immoral about it.

    roosevelt didnt confiscate native american gold alone -he confiscated all private gold -white,black ,brown or red owned.i cant point out to any targetting .

    why am i looking at the govt role?. because the so called capitalism that exists is essentially cronyism.govt is for the elite by the elite -always.and we still have faith in the govt.thats pathetic. the only solution to make the govt tiny and irrelevant.

  4. January 21, 2009 at 7:27 am

    first of all, i am not biased

    Ooops. My perception, based on very little data. I am glad I am wrong – as such a bias would be such a waste!

    looking specifically at confiscation of gold by the Govt by force.

    You mean ‘confiscation of NATIVE gold’ …

    it wasnt a loot of gold alone. it was an imperial action

    I wish they had stopped at gold alone.

    It was life, liberty, property, labour, children, culture, history … and this is just a small part of the list. Such diffused, decentralized implementation of genocide by the West (Spain, Britain, France, USA) is unparalleled in (known) human history. Germany’s actions (under Lothar Von Trotha) in Nyasaland (Oops, I mean modern Namibia) were also similar – but then the extermination of (Roma) Gypsies, Jews by Hitler was at least a centralized plan.

    beads for gold?..well was there force in that barter trade?. if not, the natives just were bad businessmen in that transaction.nothing immoral about it.

    Maybe my Indian ethical concepts of shubh labh are not in line with your thinking. Mercenary trade versus shubh labh is the issue that I have. Trade is mutual benefit – and not mercenary exploitation.

    roosevelt didnt confiscate native american gold alone -he confiscated all private gold -white,black ,brown or red owned.i cant point out to any targetting .

    I didnt imply or state any targetting.

    the so called capitalism that exists is essentially cronyism. govt is for the elite by the elite -always.and we still have faith in the govt.thats pathetic. the only solution to make the govt tiny and irrelevant.

    Now this interesting.

    What other form of capitalism existed? At least what I know about Capitalism was always and only about ‘insiders’ and the favored few having ‘access’ to ‘resourceslike slaves, gold, land, etc.

    And that died out in 19th century – with the death of on-shore slavery and decline in off shore slavery during the first half of 20th century. Whatever political system you have in mind, is definitely not capitalism.

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