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Colonialism is the extension, usually by force, of a nation's sovereignty over territory beyond its borders by the establishment of either settler colonies or administrative dependencies in which indigenous populations are either directly ruled or displaced. Colonisation is the process of doing this whereby one people:

  • Invade the space of another people
  • Steal their resources
  • Destroy their productive capacity
  • Control their labour
  • Destroy their belief systems
  • Destroy or assimilate their culture
  • Erase their language
  • Criminalise their leaders
  • Prohibit their constitutional forms and impose others
  • Blame them for thdir own misfortune

Colonisation has been called a crime against humanity.Although not confined to the last 500 years, colonialism has played the most significant part in the development and growth of capitalism. In this essay I chart the development of this relationship over the last 2000 years and down to the present, noting in the process how each has changed and what the consequences for us all might be.


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