The Inside Story, Along With Cencorship

Passing through TV channels, I stop by PBS and watch an interesting show around 4:00 PM. It was filled with an hour's worth of history, talking about India's struggle with the British. You may be wondering about why do I talk about this topic so much; well, that's because it is an important part of history and how India got its independence is like no other. *The independence is seldom recognized as well.
My friend sat next to me and we started having a conversation about what is true and what is not. Suddenly the direction of our conversation lead to the topic of censorship. Sure, India needed and wanted independence, but the journey was very unique and complex which some people do not consider. The host said that the British were fixed or fooled into the plan with Muhammad Ali Jinnah to create Pakistan as a separate country. Yet, as always, this part of history is censored.
The inside story is that the British were not fooled into the plan, they wanted to separate with Jinnah in the first place. The past of the British has led them to be notorious worldwide (respectively); and their weakness is to divide and conquer, in which they furtively decided to separate Muslims from India to avoid the clash of the Muslim race. By furtively, I mean that the British and Jinnah decided without the opinion of Mohandas K. Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru, the freedom fighters of India. The censorship seems pretty ugly to me, as the facts are not true and everyone has the wrong picture.

The Inside Story, Along With Cencorship Reviewed by Lyfé on 5:59:00 PM Rating: 5

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