London, United Kingdom, 5 August 2014. In the dry moat of the Tower of London, the evolving art installation called “Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red”, by ceramic artist Paul Cummins, was unveiled to the public to recognise 100 years since the first full day of Britain’ s involvement in the First World War. Currently comprising about 120,000 ceramic poppies, the moat will eventually be filled with 888,246 poppies, each poppy representing a British or Colonial military fatality during the war The last poppy will be symbolically planted on 11 November 2014, Armistice Day. Â© Stephen Chung/Alamy Live News
Some War Criminals Are protected by Royalty
Britain has and will always conveniently forget about murdering more than half of the entire Boer nations children’s in the Concentration camps less than 15 years before the First World War in South Africa. The Queen at the time and Lord Kitchener sanctioned the murders yet today unlike the Nazi’s war criminals are heroes of the British nation. There has been no remorse shown or compensation offered for the Boer Holocaust of 1899/1901. The Boer’s will never forget what they did no matter how much the British try to cover it up with propaganda, some say this is the reason Britain turns a blind eye on the genocide in South Africa. It is thought they the British Government perhaps believe when the last Boer is exterminated the story will also go away. But the flowers look pretty near the Tower Of London don’t you ?