This class was not able to vote since they had no land nor slaves. This was not fair to them because they greatly opposed the beliefs and ideas of the upper, wealthier classes. Many of the members of this class often became very sick and malnourished and died fairly young. Except, if they were lucky enough to avoid death they would have to settle for slave like jobs. The men of this class often had no families and had to rely on themselves to find a job and make income.
For example, unlike with Nathan the native people actually like Brother Fowles and his family. On the other hand the Congolese want to get rid of the Prices. Nathan isn’t very effective in his teaching because he comes at problems head on with an iron fist instead of being understanding, compassionate, and caring for the Congolese. In return, the Congolese reject Christianity and fall back on their own religion. One of the main Congolese that rejects Nathan’s search for justice is the chief of the village, Tata Ndu.
16) Africans have a very poor instinct about themselves and feel that nothing good can come out of them: therefore, whenever their fellow is making progress, instead of thanking God on their behalf or give a hand of support, rather find ways and every means to condemn him, suppress him, frustrate him, and try everything possible to kill his effort. For this reasons we are still backward, and have lost many of our great potentials and values to the other side of the world. (John 1:16, 2 Cor 3:5, 1 Pet 2:9, Isa 9:2, 42:16, Acts 16:18, 2 Cor4:6) 17) Africans are being dominated and abused by other nations of the world so badly because of our character and inability to make good use of what we have for our betterment. (Prov 3:13-18, 4:4, 7, 8 Matt 25:14-31, Rom 12:5-9) 18) Africans are not born slaves but become slaves due to our imbalanced and incompetent attitude. In the past, we were enslaved and freed but now we voluntarily beg to become slaves for next to nothing.
Meaning people were starving, having limited education, not being able to make money to support their families and their could be no uprise without the fear of being murdered. Without stories like that of Nyein Bulson, no one would take heed to the turmoil the people of Burma have suffered through. The government in Burma is so corrupt and the people there have had to suffer all these years. It is no surprise to anyone, what the British and other European powers had done to Southeast Asia, but it’s not widely known that even after European colonization Burma was still suffering intra-community issues. Being under total government control one minute, and not having a steady government the next must have really been challenging to the people of Burma.
Through imperialism, western nations and Japan spread their rule throughout the world. Obviously, no one is never going to freely allow others to take over their nation. So, imperialism was mostly done using force. One area that was deeply affected by imperialism was Africa. While the positive effects of imperialism in Africa were Africa at the end was freed from European control and Africans were able to govern themselves & in Europe they access raw material and vase amount of land; the negative effects of imperialism in Africa caused great damage to human rights, social division, murder and raped of Africans and spread of racism throughout the continent; for Europe, the
Throughout the late 1400’s and the 1500’s, the world experienced many changes due to the discoveries of new lands and peoples that had been never been visited before. The new-found lands of the Americas and exploration of Africa by the Europeans led to new colonies and discoveries in both areas. It also brought different societies and cultures together that had never before communicated, causing conflict in many of these places. While the Europeans treated both the Native Americans and West Africans as inferior people, the early effects they had on the Native Americans were much worse. Beginning in the late 1400’s, many different European explorers started to look for new trade routes in the Eastern Hemisphere in order to gain economic and religious power.
(7) Consequently, imperialism caused African cultural heritage to become replaced by a prosperous European-based one. Moreover, Western civilization became the ideal civilization, and became way superior to African “civilization.” As a consequence, African tradition became perceived as primitive, outmoded, and sadly not welcomed by the rest of the world. Unfortunately, a lot of Africans experienced a trend of a dying out culture. (2) It can be implied that even the Africans’ self-perception dropped because the only lifestyle they knew was suddenly taken away from them and they were taught that it was substandard. Therefore, the indigenous inhabitants of the colonies, the Africans, had to adapt to a new, “superlative” culture and view it as more sophisticated than theirs.
Colonization made people to suffer from many things in their lives. According to a newspaper “liberation” written by R.Ruiz (2014) said that colonization made many African countries to get exposed to a disease such as Ebola. People nowadays see Africa as a poor and weak continent that lacks education. Africa in the past is considered to be one of the developers of mathematics and science and has mineral wealth. So, how would they let this treasure that they have be taken away so easily.
Like a wise man by the name of Sukrano once said, “I hate imperialism. I detest colonialism. And I fear the consequences of their last bitter struggle for life. We are determined, that our nation, and the world as a whole, shall not be the play thing of one small corner of the world.” (Kegley and Blanton 2016, 121) The African people have been victims of imperialism for so long and, even today, they wish to erase all the scars left by it. As a weak nation, Africa is still suffering from “indirect colonialism” and exploitation.
They think Africa is a bad race because they have no technology and have no power to protect themselves, so they caught a lot of Africans to be their slaves. Not only Europeans, but also Americans think Africa is the lower-race because a lot of the slaveholder were the lord or the richest man in Europe. Their thoughts were fixated by the European society so their behavior embodied that they scorn Africa. In 1890s, the rich man and some officer are still those people who are scoring African. So they try their best to prevent the 14th Amendment happened which is meant that equality between white and