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British Traditions

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Submitted by Khalid Khan (India), Mar 31, 2010 at 03:53

Which tradition you are talking about?
You are the one who killed your princess because she was in love with someone. You have the tradition of capturing weaker states and making them your colony. You have the tradition of playing second fiddle or yes man to US. The sun never sets in British Empire is over and now the era of British never say no to America has started.
Look who is talking of tradition.

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