During recent visit of British prime minister ,Indians requested him to return Kohinoor to India.he said ,he can not. Why? So called Great Britain was looter and plunderer , prosperity came out by sucking colonies and torture, killings.David Cameron represents nation which is looter,so how can he return Kohinoor? Many Indians are naive and docile. In International Jungle of politics, such emotions have no place.USA was colony but liberated.I expect comments from open minded Americans.Long back I had filthy comments by Englishman on other issue.I discarded Churchill was villain.
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Hi Sarah, I'm from Scotland and I agree whole heartedly with your feelings on this issue! I too would be glad to see the diamond and other treasures or artifacts that were stolen returned to the country of their origin - most folks in the UK agree!
I suspect Cameron couldn't do that even if he wanted to. It's set in the Queen's crown, so there would probably be some convoluted process that would have to be put into motion. I'd rather see the Elgin Marbles returned to Greece.
I appreciate you , 17 th century England was a poor country,divide and rule was their diplomacy , to some extent they succeed,they do not understand sign of time till today.
pramodgokhale , 17th century England was hardly poor!
You need to look at much more of your history, What about the final acts after the Taj Mahal was built, The Moguls were invaders not natives to India, Islam was not native to India. what about the attrocities they acted on the native Indians
George Orwell disgusted on British empire such dirty institution on the earth and finally vanished. being a British he was open minded to all his views on plundering in empire.
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Yes they will not return.The law of jungle is in force , let us wait we retaliate
weak governments can not do.
There has been massive mortgage fraud by Asian gangs in Britain - that's many millions they've stolen from Britain, and virtually none have even been prosecuted. Lot of tax dodging, too. You guys are not saints. People who live in glass houses ....
To return your own comment that you delivered to Tonymead below - Shame on you. There are arguments for or against returning objects such as this to the country of origin, but saying that Cameron's life is predicated on theft is silly and offensive.
You may think it silly and offensive, I don't.
Have to agree with John here - especially with the bedroom tax and the suicide it has already triggered, with it threatening to plunge more and more families and older people into poverty. What Cameron is doing can be seen as theft from the tax payer
Yes Sir, Bhopal tragedy is worst in world history, then our prime minster helped Paul Anderson CEO To flee. USA never allowed India to prosecute him.
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