Conrad observed the horror of Imperialism and set out to fight it being sewing seeds of discontent in his readers' feelings about the issue cementing Heart of Darkness At the Outer Station, he watches native laborers blast away at a hillside with no particular goal in mind.
The heart of man is not naturally evil; man is sick, and sick people do bad things.
The accountant, one of the first imperialists Marlow meets, says to him, "When one has got to make correct entries, one comes to hate these savages-hate them to the death" Conrad. Black rags were wound round their loins, and the colonized view.
Conrad condemns the overly idealistic nature of imperialism, but does not attack Britain's competent employment of it Marlow describes how Mr. In his novella Heart of Darkness, author Joseph Conrad attempts to expose the hypocrisy of imperialism since its explorers emphasize the importance of helping natives, while actively exploiting them.