Anglo-Saxons hold the key? global affairs, dominance.

  1. pramodgokhale profile image45
    pramodgokhaleposted 5 years ago

    Anglo-Saxons hold the key? global affairs, dominance.

    I am an Indian,closely watching Syrian crisis and world is anxious to know what new colonial superpower USA ( of 21 st century ) is going to do.By race we know England, USA, Canada, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand are known as Anglo-Saxon community and possesses most of natural resources in world and located in different parts of the globe.
    Having resources is not enough, communities competent to create and produce wealth with science and technologies,claims their lead in global affairs.
    I have open mind I admire virtues of community

  2. Ranzi profile image82
    Ranziposted 5 years ago

    The Anglo way of imperialism, a need of superiority and world domination is going to destroy the world and drive it into WWIII. Who cares about some ignorant African that we steal? or some dumb Vietnamese that we shoot at or some primitive Arab that we torture. This may sound harsh, but I can see history repeating itself.

  3. JamesAng12 profile image86
    JamesAng12posted 5 years ago

    In my opinion, the 21st century is very different from the previous centuries. Yes, in the previous centuries, Anglo-Saxon-majority nations were the dominant powers in world politics and economics, but recently, there has been much instability in the economies and currencies of countries such as the USA, UK, the EU and others. But in today's world, Asian economies are starting to dominate the world market. It seems to me that no country, not even the traditionally Anglo-Saxon-majority countries, can survive or at least enjoy sufficient stability if they choose to ignore Asian economic powerhouses such as China, India and Japan. China, for example, is fast rising as a military and economic superpower, and even the USA is treading carefully in issues sensitive to China such as the North Korea nuclear powers and the sovereignty of Taiwan. I feel the 21st century is going to see more dominance by Asian superpowers, but whether they may overtake the Anglo-Saxon-majority nations or not remains to be elucidated.

    By the way, I wouldn't say South Africa is an Anglo-Saxon nation. You do get a significant Anglo-Saxon community there being able to speak Afrikaan, but the Africans still form the majority.

 
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