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Best Answer Deforest says
You are right. And more or less close to the meaning of the question. There are some deep reasons. Suppose Britain in Historically have supported the Human rights but one cannot ignore the People Like General Dyre who led to the Massacre of Jaliawala
I remember this event I studied it in history class. Terrible.
Which colony ever respected the colonized? Is it proper to England? Leopold II of Belgium was one of the worst, if not the worst.
In matter of politics who is honest? Not the West.
well ! I would say that was the worst since that was pinnacle of savageness. But the fact that Allies in world war 2 floated that they are fighting for the equality and against inhumanity. So what was the 'Equality' that Britshers meant ?
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T. Clifton says
Would you give an assistance in being more specific ?
That would be another question. But based on the history I would surely say that Indians never supported the Racial theory. If they were Honest they were for British as well as Indians. Same case for the dishonesty of Indians!