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Fruits of colonialism

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Submitted by Bajpai (Norway), Jun 2, 2007 at 10:19

The foundation of the riches of these nations is built on the loot amassed over the ceturies of colonialism. Where was the need for the western countries to come to countries like India. India and China neither tried nor felt the need to try to colonialise other countries of the world. Anyway the day is not far when China and India will regain to their old glory.

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