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Colonialism, then, was not a benevolent act as the coloniser would have us believe.
It was in this context that the colonisers came up with an elaborate scheme to strike at the very heart of native confidence: "to create a class of persons Indian in blood and colour, but English in tastes, in morals, in opinions and in intellect.
My sympathies lie with the Zulu warriors who fought to defend their native land from the aggression of Britain's colonisers.
They will attack those English-speaking colonisers and immigrants, as they now call the rest of us, and they will spend all week deepening and strengthening each others' prejudices.
Taken together, the picture of indigenous missionaries established in The Covenant Makers is a confronting one, certainly for descendants of colonisers.
Therefore, where is the originality of the African constitutions, if without the support of Africa's former colonisers most African countries cannot conduct their elections?
As I understand the meaning of the word, theWelsh themselves must be amongst the most expert of colonisers.
It came after years of social and political turmoil in the South Pacific republic due to divisions between indigenous Fijians and ethnic Indians, who are descended from labourers imported by British colonisers in the 19th century.
However, whenI purchased my first home in the Midlands I had to pay the Marquis of Anglesey for the freehold of the property (heowned vast tracts of land in Burton-on-Trent) soRobyn please shut up, you export colonisers as well.
He blamed the international media for his country's negative image, adding: 'We say the media must review themselves and become part of our environment, and not continue to be instruments to be used by our former colonisers.
FOREIGN Secretary Robin Cook's "ethical" foreign policy means invading the territory of the former Yugoslavia (of which I happened to approve) - and then inviting representatives of the Indonesian regime, brutal colonisers of East Timor, to attend an arms sales fair in this country.
EARLY Wirral townships include Thingwall, which was a great meeting-place of the Norse (Viking) colonisers.