When you think about it, english culture (despite trying to act otherwise) has a longstanding appalling attitude towards vulnerable women.
Think about how many African girls they raped on ships coming to their plantations, and then groomed and raped them once they were there too. Then think about how they put that prima nochta law in with the Scottish were they would take someone's wife away on their wedding night.
Then think about how they were ready to pull out machine guns for a peaceful protest in Jallianwala Bagh, but twiddled their thumbs when mass rape and murder was going on at partition.
If you read about Victorian times, the poverty of the working class here (like in areas like East London) was horrific, and prostitution normalised. Think of how many hoes Jack the Ripper slaughtered, and what pushed so many women into that trade in so called enlightened england.
Most of the 'childrens TV presenters' I grew up watching turned out to be pedos too......
Then think about just how much grooming has been going on here for decades, and just how vehemently they denied it and covered it up, and attacked Sikhs who've tried to highlight it. I've talked to clued up white boys on sites I've worked in, they think that their own elites are riddled with pedos, and that's why they allow it to happen.
Given this, is it any surprise that they treated M. Jind Kaur so bad? It's just normal form for them. Cultural norm.
Don't think we can say ladies and gentlemen anymore!
A degrading poster the British created of Rani Jind Kaur, they then spread it all over South Asia and Britain.
Just shows you how far they went. This would have been the worst way to attack a 19th century Indian woman. I'm surprised she didn't commit suicide after this poster was released, because that's how offensive it would have been considered in those days.
I've used black marks to cover parts of it.
They called her the Messalina of Punjab, Messalina was a Roman empress who was addicted to pleasures.