The White Man’s Burden is an incredible hymn that Kipling wrote to encourage the United State to ditch democracy and be in charge by taking the burden of its empire just like Britain and other countries had done. The most ideal imperial ideology that I find intriguing is communism. I think Kipling intension for communism ideology is to make the world a better place. This ideology is interesting since it tries to bring the sense of equality, religion and race theme. I think the intent was to show that colonization was important since it helped to spread technology which would benefit both the colonizing country and the country being colonized. Colonization helped in spreading education and civilization to the uncivilized colonized countries. The reason Kipling urged the United States to take the burden of the white man is because he wanted to show that the world which he refers to as the empire does not belong to Britain only but rather belong to all nations (Kipling, 1899). The ideology of communism in this hymn emphasizes on the empire belonging to all regardless of their religion or race. In my view, it seems to have been an instrument that was to raise everyone to match the standards of the British to ensure fair play, civilization and also morality. That is to make the world better.
The civilization mission ideology by Adas typically describes the colonization mission by European countries that resulted in spread of civilization to the colonized countries (Adas, 2014). In my view, the most interesting aspect of this civilization mission ideology is the technology that were spread to the colonized countries in Africa and Asia. Numerous technologies and scientific accomplishment were introduced to the colonized countries by the advance European counties. For instance, countries such as India and China received civilization and began shaping their policies (Adas, 2014). The colonized countries also acquired superior weapons such as guns from European countries. This was a justification of the global hegemony of Europeans that had an influence on the manner that European power was practiced.