The real colonization process in the America was begun in the late 15th century and early 16th century. The first group of the people was Spanish and then almost twenty groups from the Europe were involved to make settlement and started to make their dominancy while using the maximum control of the central system through animals and people in many areas of the America. The term in Europeans perspective was related as the new world for the Europeans when the Columbus was finding the way or route for the trading with another region of the world. The group from the Europe started not only the exploration in the world to make progress but also did the colonization in the America. The native people were greatly affected by the dominancy of the colonizers of Europeans in the America followed by some other colonies (Porter). The effect of the colonizers on the native people of the Americas and Africa, was that it hurt the sovereignty, economic, social and political aspects of the native people of Americas and Africa.
The colonization in Africa was started in late 19th and early 20th century. The European was the group, which dominated the native Africans on showing the aggression in their actions and thinking, invaded the military proceedings and by putting the huge diplomatic burden on the shoulder of the societies in the regions of the Africa. However, the native people made a great struggle to stop the process of the colonization, which was an alarming indicator preventing them to live peacefully (O’Brien).
The treatment of colonizers’ helped control of the local resources. In the middle of the 1600s, the Spanish colony had the claim of crown while occupying the huge space of western, central and North America. After that many dominant groups of the Europe, these groups maintained their areas for the purpose of the hunting and land for the agriculture. They have also the used the cultural factor to treat the Native Americans in attaining the rights of the intellectual property. The term of the intellectual property was very new to the Native Americans. However, the Europeans used the resources of cultural patterns as well to make the possessions in the intellectual property (Meyer). The local people were started to deprive from their heritage assets and the Europeans were the dominating force between the two parties. The political and social tensions were also created by the groups or tribes of Europe by changing the strategy of the alliance between the many colonies of the different states. Especially in the times of the war, the European managed the complete control in the political and social matters by using the tools of the violation of the ethical code of conducts and the extreme disruption in the social manners in that period. “In the friar’s determination to succeed in their work, it seems they acted contrary to lessons of love taught by their savior, Jesus Christ” (Porter 221).
The treatment in the Africa by the colonizers of the European groups, were made those groups facilitated by the local resources. The Europeans used the extreme method to get the control in the economic resources, they capture the area in many regions of the Africa where they started own business practices. The resources were used in the form of human capital as the labor practices from the native African people, the land of the local people to do the businesses and trade purposes. The political dominant group was the colonizers who used the violent strategist to discard the local decision-making power and imposed their own style of the ruling in the regions of the Africa. The cultural practices were minimized by the cruelty in the behavior shown by the group of Europe ( Porter).
Few of the groups of the European colonizers were practicing the moral and accurate ethical practices in place where they made destination, which are the America and Africa. One of the groups of the colonizers among them was Portuguese, which were the Portuguese among those groups. This group was following the process of the colonization according to the right merits defined by the books written in the moral behaviors of the individuals. The moral practices that this group way following in the home country making few modifications in the new place where they have to settle make the same practices in the moral behavior practices (Enrique). For example, they have adopted the same legal rights, which were implemented in the dimensions of the America such as, which agriculture materials or tools must be required to follow the economic practices. “When Hacendado Felip Montano cut off the Indian water supply in the Pueblo of Santa Cruze in southern Chihuahua, the local inhabitants were forced to flee into the Mountains “and search for food like deer” (Meyer, 239). The social aspects were dealt in a way that how to give the respect in the core value, beliefs and all other practices that were the part of the social settings of the native America and Africa (Enrique)
There is a great debate in the subject of the moral colonization practices, which could also be applied in the region of both America and Africa. There should not be any further concept of the ‘domination’ by the colonizers that affects the native people. Similarly, on the other hand, there should not be any more concept of the alien treatment to the colonizers when they entered into the country with the genuine intensions in the country (Porter). The proper sources of earnings must be provided to them; the employment opportunities must be placed for those colonizers. The quota must be enforced in the both the local and national political matters. The rational decision-making must be the need of the hour for making the ideal practices in the subject of the colonization by the non-inhabitants who try to become the responsible inhabitants in the specific country; they are trying to settle down. “We see no reason why the Indian should constitute an exception…. if the Indian cannot learn to forego such of habits as are peculiar to savage life, and such general policy of our government, then he cannot, beyond a limited period exist among us, either as a nation or as an individual” (O’Brien 71). This model of the ethical and moral practices must apply in the perspective of every colonization practices for both the native and colonizers in the region, especially to the American and African viewpoint.
The political and social processes were also dealt by the group or tribe in very ethical way. This group of the Europe does not involve in the process of changing the strategy of the alliance between the many colonies of the different states. Especially in the times of the war, this group managed the complete control in the political and social matters by using the tools of not violating the ethical code of conducts and not making extreme disruption in the social manners in that period (O’Brien).
In the end, we have concluded that the real colonization process in the America was begun early 16th century and the colonization in Africa was started in late 19th century. European was the group, which dominated the native Africans and Americans on showing the treatment inhibit or facilitate control of the local resources, these groups maintained their areas for the purpose of the hunting and land for the agriculture.
Portuguese among those groups, among the group of colonizers’ conduct was the most moral. The moral practices that this group way following in the home country making few modifications in the new place where they have to settle make the same practices in the moral behavior practices. The legal rights, which the economic practices in giving respect in the core value, beliefs and all other practices that were the part of the social settings of the native America and Africa.
The rational decision-making must be the need of the hour for making the ideal practices in the subject of the colonization by the non-inhabitants who try to become the responsible inhabitants in the specific country; they are trying to settle down.
Enrique, David. Environmental Injustices, Political Struggles: Race, Class, and the Environmen. Duke University Press, 1998.
Meyer, Philipp. The Son. Simon and Schuster, 2013.
O’Brien, Sharon. American Indian Tribal Governments. University of Oklahoma Press, 1993.
R. Porter, Jr., Charles. Spanish Water, Anglo Water: Early Development in San Antonio. Texas A&M University Press, 2009.