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AnisJ
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It seems everybody is considering the issue of decolonisation something(s) of the past and of the previous century ...... but is it ???
Are there still other events in other parts of the world today to (over)come us with the aftermath of these dark ages of colonial history of mostly western countries ..........
  • We see as it is ,concerning INDOnesian matters, only nowadays a participation of the GAM (Gerakan Aceh Merdeka) movement in the INDOnesian national elections recently in Aceh province after so many years of struggle ..... from the ages of Dutch colonial rule till INDOnesian state existance from the 50'ies till today ....
  • The situation as it exists today in Irak, was caused , at the basis, by a rivalry between the then big colonial powers France and England in the search and greed for oil in the Middle-East ......
    In fact Sadam Hosa´n is right calling Kuwait, a province of Irak; but was wrong according the 'Kurdish State' .........
  • The Tamil Problem in Sri Lanka was caused by the British themselves, they had fetched the Tamils from the southern Indian province of Tamil Nadu to work for them on their tea plantations .........
  • The disputes in continental Africa was caused also mainly of British and French colonial rivalry examples are, countries like Ivory Coast/Ghana/Nigeria ........ of course there are more ........

    The main thing is that all these ex-colonial powers do not take responsibilities caused by their colonial 'handlings' ....... be it:
  • the Dutch with INDOnesia,
  • the British,
  • French,
  • Americans.
    Moreover there are new colonial powers to come:
  • Arabians with 'political religious colonialism',
  • Chinese with 'exploitive miniralistic colonialism'.



  • 'Ahu kura ahia, mansia nia'

    Jeroen
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    ... there is a moderator who changed your topic title.



    AnisJ
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    Say if there is telepathy ....... this Dutch Institute is doing research on 'decolonisation' ....... unfortunedly in Dutch NIOD onderzoek dekolonisatie.
    It is reading tome again, in Dutch Emoticon: Yes! Emoticon: Yes! Emoticon: Yeah right! Emoticon: Yeah right!


    'Ahu kura ahia, mansia nia'

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    On 15-01-2007 16:48 AnisJ wrote:
    Say, if there is telepathy ....... this Dutch Institute is doing research on decolonisation ....... unfortunedly in Dutch
    NIOD onderzoek dekolonisatie.
    It is reading tome again, in Dutch Emoticon: Yes! Emoticon: Yes! Emoticon: Yeah right! Emoticon: Yeah right!
    There is an English version avaliable.




    'Ahu kura ahia, mansia nia'

    Malam
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    You`r frustrated and sick.
    Try to be a Dutch, even after so much years.
    Why you don't you go back?????????
    You feel unhappy over here, that's clear.
    Or is't the money, you keep her Emoticon: Bye bye
    Golddigger????? Emoticon: Stupid




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    The main thing is that all these ex-colonial powers do not take responsibilities caused by their colonial handlings ....... be it:
  • the Dutch with INDOnesia,

  • Anis,
    Suppose that the Dutch authorities would take their responsibilities, how would they do that?



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    On 16-01-2007 23:21 derrick wrote:

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    Anis,
    Suppose that the Dutch authorities would take their responsibilities, how would they do that?


    Derrick yth.,

  • With the Tsunami disaster in Aceh, the Dutch (population) took their resposability first ...... far much more than the Dutch Gouvernment ....... you have to keep in mind the years of the 'Aceh War' ......
  • It does not have to be money all the time ......



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    Dear AnisJ,

    After WOII the Dutch wanted help INDOnesia to get independent. The Dutch made clear that this could not be fixed in a short time.... but the "new government" (Sukarno, Hatta) refused the Dutch in all ways.



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    On 21-01-2007 14:06 Ronald2 wrote:
    Dear AnisJ,

    After WOII the Dutch wanted help INDOnesia to get independent. The Dutch made clear that this could not be fixed in a short time.... but the "new government" (Sukarno, Hatta) refused the Dutch in all ways.


    Yess Mister Ronald2
    They made it very clear with Politioneel Actie I-, Politioneel Actie II , D.S.T (Kapt.Westerling) , federalstates construction etc.


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    Ronald2
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    Emoticon: Blush

    i do not want to start a dicussion about that ... you must know i do not agree on guns & violence and sure these actions were like that.





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    On 21-01-2007 14:06 Ronald2 wrote:
    Dear AnisJ,

    After WOII the Dutch wanted help INDOnesia to get independent. The Dutch made clear that this could not be fixed in a short time.... but the "new government" (Sukarno, Hatta) refused the Dutch in all ways.


    Ronald if INDOnesia is still a colony of the Netherlands ...... then you do not need the EEC, would you ...... think about that my friend ..... I think I stick to another 'fairy tale'......... Nusa Antara dimana ........


    'Ahu kura ahia, mansia nia'


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