THE BATTLE OF RIGHT AGAINST MIGHT


THE  WOLF  AND  THE  LAMB : 

THE TYRANT WILL ALWAYS FIND AN EXCUSE FOR HIS TYRANNY.

This story was told by Aesop, the legendary Greek story-teller. Once upon a time, a Wolf was lapping at a stream. When looking up, the Wolf saw a Lamb just beginning to drink a little down the stream. “There’s my supper,” thought the Wolf. The Lamb looked so very helpless and innocent. The Wolf felt he ought  to have  an excuse for taking its life. Then he called out to the Lamb, “How dare you muddle the water from which I am drinking?” “No, Master, No,” said the Lamb; “if the water be muddy up there, I cannot be the cause of it, for it runs down from you to me.” “Well then,” said the Wolf, “Why did you call me bad names this time last year?” “That cannot be,” said the Lamb, “I am only six months old.” “I don’t care,” snarled the Wolf, “If it was not you, it was your father,” and with that he rushed upon the poor little Lamb, seized him and ate him up, saying,”Well I won’t stay supper less even though you refute every one of my imputations.” 

A tyrant will always find a pretext for his tyranny. When the oppressor is unjust, the innocent cannot get justice by reasoning. The unjust will not listen to the reasoning of the innocent. 

THE BATTLE OF RIGHT AGAINST MIGHT : 

Mahatma Gandhi’s Battle Strategy – Nonviolent Non-Cooperation

Mahatma Gandhi had challenged the mighty British Empire with a Battle Strategy of his own. On the morning of March 12, 1930, Gandhi and about 78 of his followers had set out to oppose the unjust British Rule. He started marching from Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad toward the village of Dandi on the Arabian Sea. 

GANDHI’S SALT MARCH FROM MARCH 12 TO APRIL 6, 1930
MAHATMA GANDHI AND SAROJINI NAIDU DURING SALT SATYAGRAHA OF 1930.

At that time, under the British Rule, it was forbidden to make salt or even pick it up. It was illegal to collect even natural deposits of salt. Gandhi wanted to attack this unjust Salt Act. He went to the Sea to break the Law. He had inspired people to break the Law. He had marched 240 miles to resist the British Power. The Salt March which is popularly described as Salt Satyagraha was one of Mahatma Gandhi’s most successful Campaigns in the Indian Nationalist Movement for Independence and to overthrow the British Rule. 

GANDHI RESISTED THE MIGHTY BRITISH EMPIRE WITH THIS VERY SIMPLE ACT – A BRILLIANT BATTLE PLAN AND THINKING.

When he got to the Sea, Gandhi broke the Salt Law by the simple act of picking up a tiny lump of soil with some natural salt at Dandi beach. And, he had forced the British to repeal the unjust Salt Law. Gandhi did not reach Dandi in a bus or a car. He had marched all the way on foot. He got the attention that he had wanted. He had shown the way to the people. Injustice could be resisted. Tyranny is not acceptable. People can change unjust laws and get rid of unjust rulers. 

GANDHI’S APPEAL FOR SYMPATHY FOR HIS BATTLE – A STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE

MARCH 10 – TIBETAN NATIONAL UPRISING DAY 

TIBET AWARENESS DAY – MARCH 10 – TIBETANS OBSERVE THIS DAY AS TIBETAN NATIONAL UPRISING DAY

H.H. Dalai Lama fled into exile 51 years ago. The Tibetan National Uprising on March 10, 1959 was brutally crushed by Communist China. The illegal and unjust military occupation of Tibet should be challenged and should be opposed. The Chinese Rule in Tibet is resisted by observing ‘TIBET AWARENESS DAY’ in commemoration of ‘The Tibetan National Uprising Day’. Mahatma Gandhi had demonstrated the Power of Touch. We can easily resist Chinese military occupation of Tibet. We should resolve and refuse to touch Made in China products. Gandhi won his Battle Campaign by the sheer Power of innocent people who had peacefully joined in opposition to tyranny. Tibet’s  Battle of Right against Might deserves World’s Sympathy.

THE LIVING TIBETAN SPIRITS :

I am a witness and my consciousness got exposed to the spirits of young Tibetan men who had given their lives while dreaming about  eviction of the illegal occupier from the Land of Tibet. 

Trulku Tenzin Delek Rinpoche is a revered philanthropist and a religious leader. He is a visionary and consistent advocate of Tibetan Identity and Culture. He was given  life imprisonment on January 26, 2005. He is a soldier in this ‘Battle of Right against Might.
Yeshi Jinpa is a monk of Sog Tsenden Monastery in Sog County of Nagchu Prefecture in Tibet occupied by Communist China. He was imprisoned on December 02, 2009. He is a soldier in this ‘Battle of Right against Might’.

Rudra N. Rebbapragada, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A.

Service Information:

Service Number: MS-8466/MR-03277K; Rank: Lieutenant/Captain/Major; Branch: Army Medical Corps/Short Service Regular Commission/Direct Permanent Commission(1969-1984); Unit: Headquarters Establishment Number. 22, C/O 56 APO. Designation: Medical Officer(1971-1974); Organization: Special Frontier Force.

THE SPIRITS OF SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

 

 

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7 thoughts on “THE BATTLE OF RIGHT AGAINST MIGHT

  1. Well said. I was unaware that March 10 marks such an important date to Tibetans. China holds an interesting characteristic: in a time when the word empire is taken as a national insult, China seems to embrace it as it rivals the more subtle empire of the US (for those who openly call it an empire!). I’ve only read of how Tibet is being forced from it’s traditional ways as China attempts to modernize and integrate it within China’s vision. I pray that at least Tibet’s culture can survive even if its sovereignty doesn’t.
    I recently posted some photos showing the impact of China’s industrial race on my blog: http://www.secondrepublic.us
    People’s Republic indeed.. I can only assume they have similar plans for Tibet tragically. I hope you check out the photos; they’re truely disturbing.

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    1. Tibet existed as an independent country for several centuries. Apart from Chinese, the Mongols in the past had conquered Tibet but could not change the Tibetan way of life. The military occupation of Tibet should be opposed and should be resisted and Tibetan Freedom must be restored. In the larger context of fighting Communism, I am willing and support the use of Force to challenge the Chinese occupation of Tibet.

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