Exiled in India
Dr Charles Aked, a Baptist minister in Liverpool, England December 22, 1900, On Peace Sunday, declared in protest: "Great Britain cannot win the battles without resorting to the last despicable cowardice of the most loathsome cur on earth - the act of striking a brave man's heart through his wife's honour and his child's life. The cowardly war has been conducted by methods of barbarism ... the concentration camps have been Murder Camps."
Nelson Mandela said: “No country, no nation, no army is entitled to target women and children. For that fact, we’ll strongly condemn the actions of the British Government and the British Army here in South Africa!”
Gandhi said: “To deprive a man of his natural liberty and to deny to him the ordinary amenities of life is worse than starving the body; it is starvation of the soul, the dweller in the body.” Lord David Owen: “…illness and starvation was a callous disregard for Life – contempt, if you like, for the sanctity of Life, of people who were our opponents. There´s nothing praiseworthy about the way the British Army conducted the Boer War! The Anglo-Boer war was a human tragedy of immense and catastrophic proportions and it´s a story that needs to be told properly and well. The history of what REALLY happened has been lost in a mountain of disinformation and propaganda, misinformation and lies”.
Mr. Stowell Kessler: Author/Researcher “Concentration Camps mean disease – there is no evidence of a deliberate policy of extermination. The number of women and children who died in Concentration Camps in South Africa, can be compared to the holocaust!”