There was a time when Britain,
a remote off-shore island kingdom at the European fringe,
ruled a large part of Asia covering India, Burma, Hong
Kong, Malaya and Singapore through a multinational corporation,
the East India Company. The trading company, obviously,
did more than conducting ordinary trading business, and
even did more than conducting illegal trading business.
In fact, it represented the British Crown to rule India
and much of Asia by exercising military and administrative
powers after the defeat of the Indians that rose to resist
the British invasion; it was also a U.K. government sponsored
crime syndicate and the biggest drug dealer in human history.
Its main business included growing opium in India then smuggling opium into China for
sale on black market to raise quick cash to meet the needs
of purchasing a large quantity of Chinese tea and silk for British royal family and the kingdom's upper class.
If you think it is the most
immoral thing for a company and a government to engage
in, you know you are wrong, because you are sure aware
of the following historical event: When China tried to
crackdown on drug smuggling trains within its own territory,
the British government sent gunboats to
bombard Chinese cities and villages, which was how the
notorious Opium Wars started.
But if you think today’s British
ruling elites, who are known or like to be known as freedom-pioneers
and democracy promoters, must feel awfully ashamed for
the crimes of anti-humanity committed by their ancestors, once again
you are wrong. They are tremendously proud of it and right
now attempting to invoke its spirit.
We are not here talking about
how British imperial spirit, that was consciously shaped
according to the Roman model as the legacy of the Roman
conquest and occupation of Britain (Richard Hingley. 2000. Roman officers and English
gentlemen the imperial origins of Roman archaeology. (London,
UK: Routledge), 4), lives through U.S. Empire, which is run by the people of the same
breed and conducts the similar business in the identical
Yes, the sun of the U.K. Empire
has never set, not yet. It’s sustained above the earth
by the sons of the U.K. Colonists in the North American
continent at the expense of a different kind of Indian people.
But no, U.S. is not the new
East India Company, because it doesn’t reside in the East.
We are here talking, or rather
to say some Celtic Crusaders are discussing, a plan to
establish a new East India Company for the 21st century
in the East.
Of course, it might not be
feasible to again set up the company in Mumbai (Bombay)
or Calcutta. But again, that’s not the best option for
today's scenario anyway. Britain tried it along the east
coast of the subcontinent, ended miserably; and Britain
is still trying in the surrounding regions in Afghanistan and Pakistan, going terribly. It is because those
bloody people do not belong to the Anglosphere tribe by
So by now you must have figured
out where the base camp of the new East India Company will
be set. Yes, It is in a land that is vague about its geographic
configuration: a large island or a tiny continent? A country
that is uncertain about its identity: a part of the East
or a member of the West? A people that are confused about
their heritage: Anglo sheriffs in Asia or unwanted orphans of Britain?
Australia, yes, this is the
country in which some spin doctors in the transatlantic
Anglosphere urge to set up a new East India Company (or
West Pacific Corp.) to support the same general function:
to rule the East for the West;
and to serve the same particular objective: to bring Chinese under submission.
Can it be achieved? Given
Chinese are no longer under the apartheid alien rule.
Why not? Given Anglos are
no longer sailing gunboats loaded with cannons but driving
aircraft carriers loaded with missiles and nuclear warheads.
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