Direct Democracy Comment

Indian and Pakistani cultures still being played by UK government

A recent border skirmish between India and Pakistan has once again highlighted the deep and dangerous divisions between both cultures - divisions that were exploited by the UK government during its reign of India.

What both cultures too easily forget is that India, Pakistan, Kashmir and Bangladesh were all once India - until the British invaded. The people of all regions and religions co-existed until the British divided them along various lines leading to the tension that still exists between the two today.

By continuing the hostility, both cultures are now choosing to be played by a past colonial English rule that no longer even exists!

Furthermore, it would be no coincidence if skirmishes between the Indian and Pakistani armies led to social unrest and violence on UK streets and, until the UK addresses the effects of its past empire building, we will have no peace, and divisions between other cultures are likely to widen.

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