Did he prefer to use "n*****s", "w**s" & "p***s"?I once had a chief inspector tell me that we could not use the ic codes as descriptors on nominal records on the HOLMES2 computer system, Obviously I treated his order with the respect it deserved.
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I think he failed to understand that the code referred to the ethnicity as described by a witness, witnesses rarely see a person and have any view of ethnicity other than what they see, that’s why the code refers to ethnic appearance.Did he prefer to use "n*****s", "w**s" & "p***s"?
Did I imagine it, or was there something on the news today about the "Little Mermaid" in Copenhagen being defaced with the words "racist fish"?
That doesn't fit the narrative you honkey racistAs someone once said:
'Do the maths'.
HMS Black Joke*, an ex Brazilian owned slaver had a pay load of 569 slaves and a crew of 38 when slave trading. So your view is that the crew land somewhere in Africa bimble off into the great unknown and come back with 15 men each?
Presumably able bodied, healthy lads who might not take kindly to being told to get on the boat. Oh and you 531 wait there while we shackle up the first 38 of you. You think that that is a valid business plan now or ever was?
I have a perpetual motion machine that might interest you.
*HMS Black Joke (1827) - Wikipedia
We already have at least one museum.maybe we could have British racist museum.
anyone got a spare shed and space for a sculpture park
Ok. Am speaking from memory of charges written. Am quite willing to be informed otherwise as you and others have done.Rubbish.
I belive so, yes.Didn't Trotsky get expunged from a few of old Joe's photo albums in the USSR.
And the routes they used to go inland can still be seen because they planted mango trees along them to provide food for their captives.The Arabs on the East coast were more adventurous and went inland more but again utilised African tribes who had either converted to Islam or were being paid!!
The SS soldier would not have been charged with 'genocide' (although he may have been an accessory to the fact, and if he'd been on top of the gas chamber for a few years would certainly have been charged with mass murder). He did not extinguish the lives of a race. Have you looked up the word in a reputable dictionary? (My Shorter Oxford English dictionary defines the word as: '1944; the annihilation of a race'.) It was a term coined by Raphael Lemkin in his 1944 book 'Axis Rule in Occupied Europe' (ex wikipaedia). This the first time that the term has been used, and refers to the responsibility carried by those in the Nazi hierarchy who intended to comprehensively dispose of the Jews.Ok. Am speaking from memory of charges written. Am quite willing to be informed otherwise as you and others have done.
Edit to add: Having read other posts after yours, it seems it includes killing. I am using a pre 1990 abstract so maybe things have changed in definition. I would still enquire of posters as to what charges were laid against individual perpetrators of massacres against multiples of people prior to that date. For example, an SS man who drops poison into a gas chamber up to 1945. Would he have been charged with genocide at that time if the only people in the chamber were from a particular ethnic group. Or would it be murder?
This is a genuine question.
Police Inspectors are recruited from sociology courses at Year 1, now. Chief Superintendents made it to Year 3, but only because the top talents failed the dick/no dick, reflectivity, knee-bending selections.Yes. Thanks. II would respectfully suggest that the charge sheet book I had access to was written in such a way as to possibly cover a defined set of people trafficking incidents., possibly defined by force policy at that time. I also asked for an explanation and was told by an Inspector that that was what genocide was. Killing was just murder whether of one or a thousand.
I stand corrected.
And a bloody good thing too.And the routes they used to go inland can still be seen because they planted mango trees along them to provide food for their captives.
You appear to have misspelled ‘worshipped’ as ‘welcome’.And a bloody good thing too.
Bagamoyo, incidentally, is a fascinating place to visit, especially if you're not a tourist and can spik Kiswahili. My family had a nice little beach-house there in the 60s, before any serious development, and later in the 90s I visited a couple of times. The locals had a real fear of anything German, which isn't any surprise, given both the oral and written history passed down to them, but seriously hated the Arabs, who had always represented a far more existential threat. The Arabs still lived there, and were still feared and hated. As a Brit, I was welcome, of course.
Afraid it wasn't like that when I was in. Some of them were quite strange . I did work under one who had a scar, visible in the right light, of a swastika in the middle of his forehead. Rumour had it that he had burned it off with a cigar in order to get into the police. That is true. I used to watch his scar all the time to such an extent that I believe that he thought I was batting for the other side.Police Inspectors are recruited from sociology courses at Year 1, now. Chief Superintendents made it to Year 3, but only because the top talents failed the dick/no dick, reflectivity, knee-bending selections.