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Top 10 Evil Actions By Usually Nice Countries — TopTenzNet

Top 10 Evil Actions By Usually Nice Countries — TopTenzNet

Top 10 Evil Actions By Usually Nice Countries 10. Bhutan Bhutan is an isolated Buddhist country between
China and India that forgoes measuring its progress by GDP in favor of GNH or “Gross
National Happiness”. Until 1999 they didn’t even allow Internet or TV, due to their supposed
corrupting influences. It’s all hippie love and Buddha statues…until you look at their
policies towards minority ethnic groups. In the 1990s the Bhutanese leaders decided
that the GNH didn’t apply to one of its large minority groups, the Lhotshampas. The
Lhotshampas are ethnically Nepalese people who have been in Bhutan for generations, and
were promptly ethnically cleansed from Bhutan territory. At the point of a gun, over a hundred
thousand people were forced from their homes that they had lived in for hundreds of years
into refugee camps and poverty in Nepal and India. 9. Switzerland Think this is just a land of chocolate and
weird mountain people playing on giant horns? No, the Swiss have dark secrets in their closet.
During World War II, while they claimed neutrality and sat back and rode out the war, thousands
of people deposited their money into it’s banks. Thousands of these account holders
were killed in the carnage of the Nazi War machine. Yet when the relatives tried to claim
the money, they were denied access to the funds, funds that the banks continued to make
interest off. Not only did the Swiss screw over the Nazi victims but they were also the
main bankers of the Nazis, funnelling hundreds of millions of dollars into the German war
effort 8. Sweden Now a pillar of neutrality and bikini swim
teams, Sweden once had ambitions of ruling the world. Starting in the 17th century, power-hungry
Sweden started expanding its territory. Excited to create a vast European Realm, the Swedish
King moved his armies South in an effort to conquer Europe. They were able to defeat Russian
and Polish armies during what is called “The Deluge” by Eastern Europeans. Swedes and
their allies swarmed over Europe just as the Mongols did centuries earlier. They were only
stopped after they tried to finish off Russia and, while invading the Motherland, were defeated
by Russian Czar Peter the Great and his allies. Sweden’s dreams of Empire were over. 7. Ireland During World War II the Republic of Ireland
went above and beyond what international law dictated regarding a neutral stance. While
neutral Switzerland was the Nazi Banker, and n1eutral America kept Britain alive by supplying
tons of vital war material, Ireland decided to have absolutely nothing to do with either
side. Even after the existence of Nazi death camps emerged in the closing days of World
War II, Ireland refused to go against the Nazi fold. Ireland was one of the last countries to recognize
the Third Reich and, when Hitler died, Ireland offered a public condolence to the German
regime. But it didn’t stop after the war; Irish men who had the moral courage to fight
the Fascist Nazi regime, under various Allied flags, returned to Irish policy that officially
discriminated against them. Called the “starvation order,” it was Irish government policy to
prevent employment, the use of social services, and pensions to any Irishman who fought in
the War. Some were even thrown in jail, while the rest lived under constant fear that they
would be the next to be arrested and imprisoned. 6. Belgium Belgium, that half-French, half-Dutch country
sandwiched in between France and Holland, can’t decide whether to smoke or to surrender
to that sweet, sweet bowl of home-grown. Being one of the youngest countries in Europe didn’t
stop it from carving out a vast Empire in Africa, one 77 times the size of Belgium itself.
Called the Congo Colony, it was run by King Léopold II who, in almost record-time, started
sacrificing his citizens for the Congo’s vast resources. Eight to ten million, that’s
MILLION, were killed by the Belgian Congo colonial rulers as they raped and squeezed
the land in order to get more and more profit out of its jungles. 5. Bosnia When Yugoslavia was quickly dismembering itself
into smaller and smaller states, Bosnia was always the whipping boy. Picked on by the
bully Serbia and its supposed friend Croatia, Bosnian citizens were quickly forced into
a number of enclaves, where they were surrounded by enemy forces hoping a prolonged siege would
starve them into submission. International delegations would visit these
enclaves on fact-finding missions. During a trip to one of the Sarajevo enclave, Bosnian
fighters, in an effort to manipulate the opinion of the world press into supporting them, relayed
to their starving people that bread would be arriving at a local bakery. Then, as hundreds
lined up hoping to get food, the Bosnians, while international cameras were rolling,
staged a mortar attack that killed 17 and wounded dozens more. It was later revealed
that this was only one of many attacks by Bosnian fighters on civilians that were publicly
blamed on Serbian forces. 4. Poland Poland or, as it is known to the rest of the
world, that place that gets the crap kicked out of it every other decade, was re-birthed
in 1918 (back in 1795, it had been killed, cut up and divided like a delicious borst
pie). Between 1918 and 1939, it lived in between what would become two of the greatest killing
machines in the history of the world, Nazi Germany and Communist USSR. So while the rest
of the world was taking bets on who would eat up Poland next, Poland was doing its best
to piss off all of its smaller neighboring countries: small countries, like itself, that
it could have allied with and combined forces to counter these two super powers. In 1938, Hitler wanted Czechoslovakia. The
West decided to compromise and give him a piece, called the Sudetenland, but Hitler
instead took the whole damn country. Hitler was clearly on the war path, demanding living
space for the German people. Poland, instead of helping and offering to protect small Czechoslovakia,
stood hand-in-hand with Hitler. When Hitler started to carve Czechoslovakia up, Poland
actually helped the Nazis dismember the state by invading parts of Czechoslovakia with the
Nazis and claiming portions of the country for Poland. But what goes around comes around
and, not a year later, the Nazi Blitzkrieg burst across the Polish border. 3. South Korea Compared to North Korean death camps and mass
slaughter of innocent civilians, South Korea always comes out smelling like roses. However,
during the Korean War, it showcased its own dark side. Even before the war in 1948, on
the island of Jeju, the South Korean military brutally suppressed an uprising that broke
out after Korean troops fired on unarmed protesters. During the rebellion, tens of thousands were
killed in organized massacres throughout the island. Just after the island was finally brought
under control, North Korean forces stormed over the border and launched the Korean War.
South Korean officials, worried about 5th Column forces attacking from the rear, decided
to kill hundreds of thousands of people throughout South Korea that were suspected of being sympathetic
toward the advancing communists. Known as the Bodo League Massacre, it has only recently
been declassified by the South Korean government. 2. Holland During the spice rush at the dawn of the merchant
era, Holland was able to corner the nutmeg market. In an effort to easily monitor and
control the trade of nutmeg, Dutch officials killed all nutmeg trees on neighboring islands,
and created vast nutmeg and mace plantations on the small island of Run. In the process of setting up their very own
Nutmeg Island, the Dutch were ruthless with the local population, killing any that got
in their way and forcing the survivors to work under horrible conditions and handing
out brutal punishments to anyone who traded Nutmeg with ships other than the Dutch. The
island was so valuable that it was exchanged for the island of Manhattan, insuring that
New Amsterdam would become New York. 1. Canada When asbestos was first discovered, it was
the superhero of mined ore. Its heat tolerance was incredible and people thought, by putting
it in their houses, that fires would be a thing of the past. They didn’t stop at houses
and it was installed everywhere, including insulation of schools, and public buildings.
They then discovered one little drawback…it causes cancer, horrible cough-up-your-lungs-while-begging-to-be-shot
cancer. Canada, a bastion of workers’ rights, quickly
banned anything containing even the tiniest bit of asbestos, along with the rest of the
industrial world. Yet with large asbestos mines that employed lots of people, Canada
couldn’t just stop mining the cancer rocks…you know for the good of mankind. No, Canada continues
to export asbestos to Third World countries, even though they know that each package is
basically the Grim Reaper wrapped up in white plastic. Friendly Ol’ Canada is the only
western country to export asbestos, and actually fights international regulations that would
prevent it from exporting all that cancer. When other countries try and add warnings
on asbestos packaging, Canada exerts pressure to stop this even though, inside the country,
a plethora of regulations not only require asbestos to be clearly marked but also basically
require a space suit to handle it. Canada says that it only exports to customers that
take the greatest of safety measures, yet studies show developed countries, the only
ones that haven’t yet banned it, have virtually no safety regulations regarding asbestos.
In short, whole generations handling asbestos will grow up with horrible forms of lung cancer.

100 comments on “Top 10 Evil Actions By Usually Nice Countries — TopTenzNet

  1. I'm sorry toptenz that the new Ireland didn't help the UK because in 1923 England sent police called black n tans Which killed irish children at playgrounds abused women and killed men and even open fired at a football match killing 5000 people the smallest being a two year old

  2. ASBESTOS??!! Do some research on how canada treated its indigenous population, from the discovery of canada til the late 90s and early 2000s. Ever heard of a residential school? Google them, horrible horrible things they did and caaused, last one closed in 1996!

  3. The policy of the Irish government to the Irish Soliders who fought with Brtitan in WW2 is justified in my opinion.

  4. FYI South Korean soldiers in the Vietnam War were known for their cruelty and were despised by Vietnamese locals. Due to the anti-communist brainwashing under Park Chung-hee's military dictatorship they ruthlessly massacred, raped and dishonored townspeople they deemed as Viet Cong collaborator villages. As a South Korean it makes me sad and furious to see Koreans foaming at the mouth about Korean sex slaves in the Japanese army in WW2 but ignoring what we did to the Vietnamese.

  5. And what happened in Ireland during and after the war is one of the main reasons I disdain Eamon de Valera

  6. Funny how your vid about the US war crimes has the comments disabled but this one does not…did to many Yanks claim that their country never does anything wrong?

  7. I figured the one for Canada would be residential schools, I didn't even know about the asbestos. btw I'm Canadian.

  8. 6: Like you said in a previous video, The Congo Free State was the personal property of Leopold II. Belgium had no infuence what so ever on the horrible things Leopold II did in Congo.

  9. Australia promised to relocate all Aboriginal people from Tasmania to the mainland but once they got to the mainland the Government executed all the Aboriginal people. Even now it is almost impossible to prove an Aborigine is native to Tasmania although there apparently are a few family lines that survive because they hid instead of agreeing to be relocated.

  10. I'm going to assume since the U.S. didn't make this list that you don't consider us to be a "usually nice country". I will accept this considering we are known for Japanese Internment Camps, Native American abuses, Poisoning our own people for "biological warfare testing", and sooooo many more atrocities despite our government pretending we are always the nice guys.

  11. Wtf. Where are you finding this idiotic info? The guy is reading some moronic yelow press articles and makes videos

  12. Well calling Serbia bully is wrong bcs there are many staged incidents blamed on them and bcs of that incidents Serbians got that bad reputation


  14. The Bosnia part, I think that is more of a conspiracy because we had a tiny poorly equipped army, and there was no way we would have attacked our own people. There was no need to show the world that we need help, a genocide was going on here, isnt that enough proof? Such lies are serbian propaganda, I know that because they also said that after the genocide we were using plastic bones to represent the victims of such an awful act.

  15. You can't blame ireland for doing what it did, no, not after years of being weakened by the British and finally being freed from the Brits and from war. Come on now, we deserved a break

  16. That’s not necessarily true about Ireland. Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Eamon De Valera held a series of underground Anglo-Irish meetings to make clear their passive support for the UK. They also sent emergency aid to Northern Ireland during the Blitz. As well, they also took over 1,000 Jewish refugees during the war, which is celebrated and acknowledged by the Israeli state who operate a memorial “Eamon de Valera” forest near Jerusalem.

  17. How about Canada butchering the First Nations and Chinese that built the railroads instead of paying them the money they earned for their hard labor.m? As well the thousands liberally kicked off their land and starved to make way for the iron snake. Should also mention residential schools. Btw I'm Canadian so I'm not trolling. Just pointing out more facts.

  18. Really, you choose the Swedish empire building as the swedish evil? That was pretty standard for powerful nations and the big colonial empires where way worse. For swedish sins then you should have chosen something more clearly wrong like the historic treatment of the Romani people or the swedish slave trade

  19. Several Canadian provinces, Alberta in particular, are notorious for having practised eugenics as late as 1973 when it was finally eliminated, but not after over 2800 people (in Alberta) were sterilized against their will. Many famous Canadians supported and were largely influential in bringing about this reprehensible Nazi-like practice. Unfortunately, eugenics still unofficially exists today, especially in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba where indigenous people are sometimes pressured into sterilization, and as an argument supporting the abortion of fetuses seen as potentially disabled.

    America did lots of War crimes in other countries.
    1. Massacre of Filipino during Philippine war.
    2. Massacre in korea
    3. Massacre of Vietnam
    4. War crime on innocent germans
    And more.

  21. Is the list for how Evil the USA has been & what they have committed and still do as a fresh list due to the amount they have done to the world? USA is the only country to drop nuclear weapons on innocent people. USA, the worlds bully & terrorist nation

  22. Poland is evil! Yes , totally evil…

    Ps.Jestem z Polski i kocham ten kraj ,ale napisałam tak dla beki xd

  23. A long term small risk of cancer is probably better than the slums those countries build burning down all at once and killing everyone.

  24. You should of put what Canada did to the first nations by destroying their culture and heritage by forcing them into the Residential schools. This Happen to my Mother in law she grow being whipped and shot with rock salt and was forced to work on farm and go to English school know she has no clue who her family is because of this. She is now a Elder south new brunswick

  25. It was only the Irish people who joined the "British Army" in WW2 that were rightfully treated like cancer afterwards, if you want to know why listen to "Eamon De Valera's response to Winston Churchill 1945". It's on YouTube.

  26. OK CANADA….It's 2019 now, are you still wrapped up in the well of GREED and shipping YOUR …ASBESTOS…around the world to unsuspecting countries/3rd world, that is. Just in the name of a few $'s? You're better than that!

  27. Australia did the same thing with mildly radioactive wastes. They have laws that can't process it in Australia, but they have no problem throwing the wastes to Malaysia

  28. There is even a city in Canada – Asbestos, Quebec – where a majority, if not all, of the asbestos is mined/packaged/shipped out. It was the largest Asbestos mine in the world too. I'm surprised that Simon and his teamed missed that.

  29. how about the UK… "oh, I say ole boy, you want to put an USAF and a CIA base on Chagos Archipelago that we own?" "Oh, you don't want locals around it?, say no more, we'll ship them off to Madagascar and La Reunion cause one tropical island is just like another."

  30. I don’t know where this man gets his facts from but poland never helped the Nazi. U must be outa this world while recording this vid

  31. I'm Canadian, and just so happen to have to work with asbestos on a regular basis and I can't understand how they can be exporting it when I'm very familiar with the regulations when it comes to handling and disposing of it. And why would someone want to import it in the first place when they know the side effects? Then it comes down to whose fault is it? There should be international regulations on the substance. Just dumping off drywall here from a job site has to be dated and separated. I'll be looking into this, because as far as I know, from hands on (literally going into a super old mansion tomorrow with asbestos levels), we as workers are highly regulated and have very stringent safety inspectors here. They're a pain in the but, because even at the lowest detectable levels, we get our job sites shut down. So that doesn't really add up to me. Furthermore, we have more than enough oil, lumber and water to export. Why asbestos? Don't maka mucha sensa. But I'm goiing to talk up the line and find out the real truth and post it back. And if we are, you can be assured I'm going to do something about it. Thanks Simon. Keep on whistling. Love your stuff.

  32. Thanks for shedding some light about the war in Bosnia, it's a fresh breeze to exclusively black and white narrative in the Western media.

  33. Colonialism in Canada is still a huge issue too. The Aboriginal people of Canada are still having land taken away from them by the government for such things as constructing golf courses and trans-national pipelines. Not only that but serious human rights violations against the Aboriginal people of Canada not only still take place in high numbers, but the government basically just looks the other way on these issues. One example is is ethnic "cleansing" procedures carried out by actual licensed doctors. Procedures such as tube tying against the victims will and without them knowing about it until after the fact is one such atrocity. Then there's various issues of Aboriginal women who go missing and the police do little to nothing to help and other instances of systemic racism – all well documented. Another example is the schooling systems our government had in place for taking Aboriginal children away from their parents where they faced different kinds of abuse, denied any kind of ancestral Aboriginal identity and even punished for simply speaking their own languages. All of this isn't even the tip of the iceberg. Yes, Canada is not the friendly place it makes it self out to be to the rest of the world. You could probably make at least one entire top tens video on Canada's atrocities towards the Aboriginal peoples… Aside from whatever else this county has done. I never knew about the asbestos thing… Sad.

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