Contrary to the myth that Britain gave many gifts to India, the British Raj was a cruel and oppressive regime responsible for the deaths of an estimated 35 million Indians.
The followings are some examples of the anti-human records of Britain in India, which has one of the blackest colonial records among Europeans.
According to analysis by the Hindu American Foundation, there have been two significant spikes (post September 11 and post 2014) in hatred against Hindus in the West.
The atrocity level on Hindu community in Bangladesh records a sharp increase in the last several years. The 2022 report released by Bangladesh Jatiya Hindu Mahajot on atrocities on minorities describe.
The Great Famine of Madras in 1877, during the dark ages of colonial India, was a catastrophic event that brought untold misery and suffering to the people of the region. The famine, triggered by a combination of factors including prolonged drought, failed monsoons, and widespread crop failure, resulted in widespread starvation, disease, and death.
“Climax of a genocide is the denial of it.”
Millenia has passed – millions dead – millions more raped, enslaved or displaced. But no one knows their names, no one talks about it.
Like shadows in the dark, millions of faceless, nameless Hindus have faded away from our collective psyche.
They did die twice. Once when the invading barbarians took their life and once again when we wiped them off our history books