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The historical responsibility

The historical responsibility

The world is well aware of south Asia oppress rulers of genocide motives and false claims . the heart of conflict there is the issue of supremacy and oppressions. the ruling system must recognise and need to committed rather than deny, the international standards and values of human rights and freedom of life.

The past colonials era left many error and made historical mistakes lead to the current conflicts of civil war and long suffering. world knows that former colonials powers in south Asia forcefully bring down multi nation and multi kingdom into single artificial ruling system.

when colonials powers left south Asia they made historical mistakes of not correctly give back the powers and rights where and who they really taken from, but they mistakenly given all the powers in wrong hands.

the south Asia ruling class cannot falsely dream it self to replace former colonial masters and cant continue new ways of colonials supremacy on other native nation.

the responsible historian and analysts can understand the south Asian realities of freedom struggle, and need for historical responsibility of former colonial masters and western nations, to resolve conflicts and civil war related to colonialism and restore nations rights and justice.

the Supremacy and dominated ruling class who unjustly hold the power in south Asia now falsely claims other nation nature birth rights and brutally oppressing and destroying rightful other nation foundations.

the demands for restore lost rights and independence political system remain the only viable option. therefore international community is need to prepared to confront the challenges and restore rights and justice.

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