Continuation of British imperialist desire to grow quislings.
It was a tweet of one of Indian politician! He is accusing someone by reference to what british did during their rule in India!
I think he means: The act of the person is the continuation of British desire to grow quislings! My doubt is, shouldn't it be "British's desire"?
Is it natural to use the word "continuation" despite the fact that British left 66 years ago?
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
On that note, why doesn't Britain return all of the ancient Egyptian artefacts in the British Museum to Egypt? Since the fall of the empire, it looks more and more like armed robbery.
If we're going to get onto the subject of people landing on continents/countries and wrestling them from the native population, this thread might get rather ugly. It no longer has anything to do with language so I'm closing it. The OP has made no further comment so I assume they consider the question answered.
I hear that the dinosaurs might like their planet back.