I have just nothing to say. I just need to keep quiet I guess.
I was reading this book, The River Between and I was like, why the need for colonization even originates.
People lose their faith, their religion because some other faith comes to devour their religion. For the religion that comes over, brings with it some NEW things which people may enjoy and that's why they want to take it.
WHy don't they first take a neutral stance without a religion? and then only they should decide upon the stance they'll take in future. I am talking in reference to Nyambura's father.
What's your take on the above issue of Colonization diasporic sort of effect?