By Sameh Salim: Illegitimate heir to the British colonies


Mr. Sameh Selim

Illegitimate heir to the British colonies

Written by Sameh Salim- member of USPA

In past times, India was the largest and most important British colony due to its distinguished geographical location on the continent of Asia, its multiple economic resources, the large workforce that characterizes it, and the breadth of its lands. It was also a major source of cultivation of tea, cotton, and other important crops.

Then, it gained independence from Great Britain and began the process of internal construction in all fields, and the product of soft power began to appear and penetrate in the form of giant companies and economic institutions invading global markets to control large parts of the world, the most important of which are the former British colonies on the African continent and the Arabian Gulf region.

With the significant increase in the population in India and the migration of millions of Indians to settle in other countries such as Australia, Canada, the United States, and New Zealand, until the British Prime Minister, Mr. Rishi Sunak, became the first Prime Minister of Britain of Indian origins, and Mrs. Kamala Harris, the US Vice President, who is also of African-Indian origins. This is conclusive evidence of the penetration of Indian soft power into all countries of the world through education, culture, and the economic and technological boom in the field of computers and software, which has placed India in a distinguished global position despite the suffering of the poor people of India within their country due to the large population increase. Suffering often creates success.

India became, without rival, the illegitimate heir to the former British colonies by extending influence through Indian goods and spreading Indian culture. The former British colony benefited most from Britain until it was able to inherit the British throne in many of its former colonies, and the clearest examples are in East Africa, Mauritius, the Gulf Arab countries, and Australia.

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