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The Prebritish 'Annexation' Educational System In The Panjab


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2 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

Gurjant aren't you of gaelic celtic ancestry? If so , your people  were the first to experience the jackboot of Anglo-saxon/norman  imperalism

Indeed friend. After a really..really long time fighting the vikings, then holding off and counter attacking the romans. Wave three white supremacy got us. 

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On 5/31/2017 at 3:37 PM, BhForce said:

It's possible the British might have been said to have done a favor to Africans and others who did not have any system of writing, and therefore no stored body of knowledge (books). Those people now have the English language, railroads, courts, and wear powered wigs.

I don't know if that's true. Actually, I read that parts of Africa were very advanced before foreign invaders came

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20 hours ago, Premi5 said:

I don't know if that's true. Actually, I read that parts of Africa were very advanced before foreign invaders came

Absolutely bro. We've yet to regain that level. 

Even in small,  more recent ways, like having water drop microscopes way before the west even conceived of it, or bigger ways like all the megalithic structures we still can't build. 

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41 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

not to mention capture and kidnap the royals in waiting and convert them or marry them off to white bastards (literal) so you damage their reputations and bloodlines

I was reading Anita Anand's book on Sofia (M. Ranjit SIngh's grand-daughter). I think her mother was mixed Ethiopian-German(?) but that still didn't extinguish the fight in her. My friend told me that brits would purposefully try and mix races to make the offspring docile. It didn't always work by the looks of Sophia. 

I think the notion of 'pure bloodlines' isn't a healthy one myself.  

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3 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

I was reading Anita Anand's book on Sofia (M. Ranjit SIngh's grand-daughter). I think her mother was mixed Ethiopian-German(?) but that still didn't extinguish the fight in her. My friend told me that brits would purposefully try and mix races to make the offspring docile. It didn't always work by the looks of Sophia. 

I think the notion of 'pure bloodlines' isn't a healthy one myself.  

THE JOKES ON THE brits when it comes to punjabis and sikhs; they should know that punjabis are a mix of different peoples, invaders and settlers!

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