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International Coalition for British Reparations: People of the World, it's Time to get Paid.

England, Birthplace of Global Warming, Waves Middle Finger At The World By Having the Worst Air Pollution Levels In Europe

04.03.2007 - The Economist

Philadelphia, PA – April 3, 2007 - According to THE ECONOMIST's February 3rd article "The Big Smoke", London continues to have the worst air pollution levels in Western Europe. They’re so darn bad that they’re even worse than Athens, a city known for its blatant disregard for environmental air standards.

Of course, this isn't surprising, considering that England is the very country that invented destructive globalization practices and global warming by being the first industrialized country.

And not only did they invent global warming, they continue to flaunt and spew it forth onto the world.

Which is why we are calling for massive reparations - $58 trillion dollars, to be exact.

Forgotten victims of the British Empire have banded together to ask for compensation for the injuries and injustice suffered over the past five hundred years. England’s shameful misconduct and neglect have necessitated that a global network of citizens from all walks of life unite to seek reparations which total $8,350 for every man, woman and child on Earth.

The ICBR has solidified their campaign by taking out advertisements in newspapers, airing radio spots and television commercials and holding a press conference at Philadelphia’s National Constitution Center. For more information please visit

Mr. Steven Grasse, founder of the International Coalition for British Reparations, is available for interviews to discuss this important movement.

About The International Coalition for British Reparations
The International Coalition for British Reparations (ICBR) is a think tank of British foreign policy headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the city where America's split with Britain began in 1776. Founded on July 4, 2006, we have members all over the world.

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