This paper researches on Australia, which is a region that involved colonizing rulers from Britain. The role of the British colonizing rulers in Australia was to enhance civil order to suppress the Aboriginal population resistance to the British settlement. As the colonizing rulers of Australia, we had an impact on their local cultures, and economies, which resulted to the development of the country through the British colony. As a result, Sydney became a main financial capital that served as hosts to economic events and international cultures.
The other effect we created in the country is that, through our colonial ruler governor Arthur Philip, we had full authority of the colony inhabitants. Through Philip, the British power to the local cultures resulted to harmonious relationships with the Aboriginal people who brought reforms and discipline to the colony convicts. The presence of the British colonizing rulers affected the economy especially the agriculture sector when we deployed unfit convicts. This step of the colonialists led to a crisis point in the food situation; the convicts contributed to poor settlement sustenance that deteriorated the hard labor.
The experience we felt as colonial rulers when we arrived in this region made us the first European power to claim the Australian mainland. In January 1978, at that time the commander of the First Fleet, Captain Arthur Philips, arrived to the present Sydney with marines and their families and the convicts to make a penal colony settlement. This British colony struggled during the first days for self-sufficiency in the economy. This is because on arrival, the supplies from Britain were inadequate and few, but as we settled, the agriculture sector started to pick up (Jensz, 2010). These steps lead to the establishment of coal mining, and dairy that made Sydney an industrial center city. In the first five years during the colonial rule, we experienced difficulties. This was evident in the first harvest, which was poor and caused a situation of food rationing in the region.
It was in this period that trading ships visited Sydney resulting to the expansion of the industry. There was also importation of sheep to produce wool, and the colony in the New South Wales began to develop. In addition, on our arrival as first settlers, we made the indigenous people lose their land and change their way of life. This implies that, the Australian individuals were to abandon their rules and operate under the Great Britain laws. However, a repercussion of our conquest actions was that the aborigines developed resistance against the colonial rule. When we came to settle the continent, we infected the locals with the smallpox disease that resulted to death of thousands of people in Australia. During the colonial rule era, we also incurred competition with the indigenous people for food and water (Welsh, 2006).
To colonize this region effectively, we made the autochthons live under our laws. While being colonial rulers, we cut down trees, took their weapons, land and destroyed their sacred sites to bring them under our full control. During the colonization period, we used the surrounding water bodies such as the Botany Bay for consumption in summer, and to enhance fertile soils. We also made use of the water bodies for ship transportation of convicts and food for settlers.
The colonial rule influence is still evident in the region because we brought reforms that changed the culture of the local people. This is apparent when the indigenous people have adopted our legislative framework to carry out their life operations. In case we return to re-establish our colonial rule, we would initiate laws which enhance equality in sharing of resources in the region. This will bring changes in our country and the colonized state as all people will be equal before the law, and that will lead to harmony.