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Should we separate ourself from common wealth group? its the association of england ruled countries. Do we need to glorify that humiliating part of our history?

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Asked by cyrus irani, 01 Aug '10 04:42 pm
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No, definitely not. If we are a member of say Gymkhana or any of the old Colonial club, started by Britishers, does it make any sense to give up the membership just because in the past, the club used to be patronized by Britishers and there used to be a board at the club gate saying Indians and Dogs are not allowed. What has happened in the past has happened. Today when British are ready to respect and treat us as equal why should we sulk and spoil things by refusing to accept their friendship. Some politicians may propose such ideas. These are the same stupid politicians who think by breaking the ruins of Babri Mazjid we are avenging the insult heaped by some dead barbarian king called Babur. Such ideas will come to those politicians who think by changing the names of the streets having British names or removing the statues of former ruler we are wiping out our past humiliation. All such acts does not affect those who had humiliated us because they are no longer around. It does affect ...more
Answered by Shyam, 04 Aug '10 03:11 pm

 
  
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Common wealth is connected with common man.Common wealth is great scam
Answered by Surender Rao, 01 Aug '10 04:47 pm

 
  
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