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COLONY. A union of citizens or subjects who have left their country to people another, and remain subject to the mother country. 3 W. C. C. R. 287. The country occupied by the colonists is also called a colony. A colony differs from a possession, or a dependency. (q.v.) For a history of the American colonies, the reader is referred to Story on the Constitution, book I.; 1 Kent, Com. 77 to 80; 1 Dane's Ab. Index, b. t.

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The Venezuelan dignitary said that, despite the fact that the US is considered a kind of "police of the world," its colonialist maneuvers have been defeated by the dignity of Venezuelans.
The 71-year-old career soldier said international groups who observed the polls "acknowledged their fairness and transparency but, despite that, some colonialist parties were not satisfied".
Schmidtke concludes that "the colonialist structures did not only characterize European powers' policies [toward countries outside Europe], but they have also shaped Europe domestically and provided a forceful script for imperialistic policies" (193).
A real struggle -- and not some intellectualized version of a struggle as is often suggested by some Israeli liberals -- is the only way to defeat racist, colonialist regimes.
however the colonialist authorizes used brutal methods against these peaceful processions including randomly firing.
To the colonialist mind it was always of the utmost importance to say: "I know my natives," a claim which implied two things at once: (a) that the native was quite simple and (b) that understanding him and controlling him went hand in hand understanding being a pre-condition for control and control constituting adequate proof of understanding (Ashcroft, 74).
Thakkar delves further into the effect of a surviving colonialist perspective within the urban-rural relations of post-Revolutionary Mexico in his analysis of the story "Luvina" (in Chapter Four).
Keywords: Culture, Identity, Hybridity, Superiority, Resistance, Colonialist, Native, Ideology
The failure would be down to a number of factors: the authoritarian approach adopted in imposing the new order; the inability to generate the capital needed to finance the new plans and the huge debts that mounted; a hostile international environment controlled by departing colonialists which controlled markets and access to external capital; corruption, ethnic and regional rivalries exacerbated by economic woes; and finally military defeat at home, when the army launched a coup.
the colonialist destroyed the agri-based economic system that prevailed in Sri Lanka with a huge network of tanks and reservoirs that irrigated several thousand acres of paddy land making Sri Lanka an exporter of rice even to countries like Burma (Myanmar) and Thailand, earlier known as the grainery of Asia and also forcibly acquired the land areas in the hill country and converted it as tea gardens by planting tea in those areas with imported labour from India.
It is the attempts to suppress this heritage that cause antagonism.Many like myself who are, in his words, of mixed UK blood can be positive and feel part of this community rather than making negative colonialist attacks.
Summary: The responsibility of the Israeli criminal attack on the Free Gaza Flotilla lies on the shoulders of the USA and the American tax payers who are funding the colonialist entity, Israel, the Leader of the Revolution Muammar Gaddafi told the US President Barack Obama in telegram on Monday 31 June.