What did you learn at Rockwood Academy Today, Dear Little Boy of Mine?

“The argument being presented to children can be boiled down to the following: Muslims can feel inclusive and forge their “Britishness” by reminding themselves of how Muslims died for an imperial power. The part which is excluded from the above rose-tinted, honey-dipped imagery is that they died for an imperial power which ultimately decimated the Ottoman Empire, and created the conditions to end all peace in the Middle East. Conveniently omitted also from this cute pruning of history is how the Muslims of the South Asian land of Hind (India) came to be subjugated by the British. In the words of renowned historian William Dalrymple, East India Company director Charles Grant spoke for the British when he wrote of how he believed providence had brought the British to India for a higher purpose:

“Is it not necessary to conclude that our Asiatic territories were given to us, not merely that we draw a profit from them, but that we might diffuse among their inhabitants, long sunk in darkness, the light of Truth?”

From the fatwa declaring the land of Hind “dar al-harb”, or land of war, by the Islamic scholar Shah Abd-Aziz Dehlawi (d.1824), and the Muslim freedom struggle of 1857 (where the British slaughtered 1400 unarmed civilians), to the “mutinies” instigated by the Muslim soldiers in the imperial army who refused to kill their fellow co-religionists, history is stubborn in its refusal to be sanitised in order artificially architect national identity. Khudaad Khan in the presentation is lauded to Muslim children for earning the Victoria Cross. Khan was of the Rajput family. Are the brainwashers like Imam Hafiz and Aveez Mohammad also going to cover how another group of Rajput Muslims rebelled against their officers? The 5th Light Infantry Regiment stationed in Singapore became aware that they would be sent to fight the Ottoman Muslims. On 15th February 1915, 800 Muslims turned against their officers, killing around 40 British officers and seizing ammunition. The mutineers were executed. In the same year, when the 15th Lancers of the 3rd Indian Division was ordered to fight in Mesopotamia in December 1915 against the Ottoman Muslims, their religious feelings were simmering. They regarded it better to “disobey and even fight here and die for one’s faith than to go to the front and fight against one’s Islamic brothers”. 429 Muslims were punished and sent to the Andaman Island prison camp, better known as “Kala Pani”. This of course reverberated across the Muslim world, with the regiment being eventually disbanded.[1]”

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What did you learn in school today,
Dear little boy of mine?
I learned our government must be strong.
It’s always right and never wrong.
Our leaders are the finest men.
And we elect them again and again.
That’s what I learned in school today.
That’s what I learned in school.

What did you learn in school today,
Dear little boy of mine?
I learned that war is not so bad.
I learned of the great ones we have had.
We fought in Germany and in France.
And some day I might get my chance.
That’s what I learned in school today.
That’s what I learned in school.

~ A satirical protest song by Tom Paxton, 1963


Part 1 of the Rockwood Academy Series: Rockwood Academy is run by Trojan Horse Beneficiaries and Endorsed by “Extremists”


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