I went on a 15-day tour of England, Scotland and Ireland in July 2015. The tour ended in London where I spent another four days.
The last time I was in London was in 1993 and while I marvelled at the new buildings and the London Eye, I cannot help noticing that London is not what it was in 1993. There are now so many immigrants that I was told that the national dish of England is no longer fish and chips but chicken tika massala.
I went to a pub for dinner one evening and sat next to a fellow diner. We had an interesting conversation about England and how much it has changed.
When the subject turned to immigration, I asked him how he felt about being an Englishman and soon-to-be a minority in his own country.
"Well, the English pillaged India, the Middle East, Eastern Europe during the last two centuries. Now these people are taking over the country. I guess its retribution, karma!" he said.
Many developed countries are now having an immigration crisis as more and more people from their former colonies are moving into their countries.
Pray tell, is this karma?