What was the Dreyfus Affair and how do you think that it continued and exhibited what the Europeans thought of the Jews?
The Europeans thought nothing of the Aboriginals when they arrived on Australia's shores. As a matter of fact they saw Australia as empty land. Note: When William Dampier arrived in 1688, he referred to the Aborigines as "the miserablest people in the world". Like many other Europeans, he misjudged the Aborigines, not recognising their unique skills.
Why did the Europeans think it was a good idea to change the way of life of the Aboriginal people of Cananda?
The Chinese thought that the Europeans were barbarians who were worst than the Manchurians and the Mongolians who were also barbarians in the eyes of the Chinese. Europeans had to bow down to the Chinese when they wanted to trade with the Chinese. The Chinese however did not abuse their power on the Europeans because the Chinese saw themselves as the "Middle Kingdom" and believed that all other nations and people in the world will…