The following was written by Mark R. Rowe on Wednesday, April 13th during the year 2016 in the zip code 92113 of the city of San Diego
What Great Britain did was justified? Yes or no? From 1607-1759 and from 1760-1853. The colonial era in the prior and the industrial revolution in the latter.
How would you feel if you were a person that lived during the 17th century, but you happened to be brought up in a Native American tribe? How would you feel if you were a person that lived during the mid-19th century, but you were brought up in Nepal? How would you feel if you were a person that lived during either the 17th, 18th, or during the first half of the 19th century, but you were forced to travel over 4,000 miles ("The Great Trek") - from central Nigeria to The Cape of Good Hope - on foot while shackled with iron chains and iron clasps at both your neck and ankles connecting the men in your community that rightfully owned the land that you were stolen from, to be sent to multiple human expeditionary camps on Island in the Caribbean Sea, and then awaiting a final sea-bound ship to be enslaved by manual labor for the remainder of your life in the land of the "New Order of the Ages", called the United States of America, additionally not to mention the following below
-70 million Native American live murdered by Spainards, French, Dutch, and British?
-Unaccounted number of in the millions of Africans killed by thier slave masters.
-India's land manipulated, stolen, and divided by England.
-Eskimos killed in Canada.
-Aborigines killed by the British in Australia.
Should this type of Imperialistic action taken by many Western European nations including the USA somehow looked at with a deep sense of respect when the only way these western nations got to be economic and military superpowers was due to thier overseas colonial and trading enterprises while the militaries of these Western European killed tens of millions of people that stood in their way while they were standing on their rightfully owned land, enslaving millions to work for free on farms, taking full control of distant lands' governing powers, while governing and laying the framework for this nations "Great Britain's way of doing things," meanwhile profiting huge sums of money by taxing the work done by people that were native to a land not Great Britain.
But the rule of law at the expense of killing everyone in order to establish the "rule of law" in the first place, is a lot stronger and smarter.
This directly contributed to the next era in history, that is the event of the Industrial Revolution first in Great Britain, and then in the USA.
After the Industrial Revolution era, we have the Modern Era, the one that we are in now, specifically the Electronics Era within the Modern Era.
Are there any conclusions to be drawn from the consequences of these last three era's in history direct relationship(s) upon each other in chronological order?