India without Gandhi is nothing?No!India is worthless because of Gandhi
Mahatma Gandhi, one of India’s most complicated leaders.January 30, 1948, was a funeral day for the Indian people.Because on the same day, with three loud shots, mohandas Kalamchand Gandhi, the venerable leader of India’s Congress Party, the great leader of the National Liberation Movement, the founder of the civil disobedience movement, “Mahatma”, was shot and assassinated by India’s far-right during evening prayers in Delhi. He was 79 years old.The passing of Gandhi is a great loss to the Congress Party and even the Indian people. Millions of Indian people shed tears at the sight of Gandhi’s heroic figure who made arduous efforts and enormous sacrifices for India’s independence.Millions of people of all religious denominations rallied to watch Gandhi’s final journey.However, the so-called people walk tea cool, Gandhi skeleton is not cold, the advocacy of humanity spirit is still lingering, “non-violent cooperation” spirit still yi yi is unripe brightness, the broad masses of the people of India, under the guidance of the founding prime minister Nehru in the son are jingling shuts its trend from slew a juvenile become a dragon, for the sake of so-called “colorful” of India’s dream,India adheres to the principle of “don’t make a quarrel when you can”, dare to challenge the world’s best even if it is in the 5th place, and “never regret” even if it is beaten in the ass.As the founding leader of India, jawaharlal Nehru for newborn India injected with violent genes, this is undoubtedly to Gandhi “non-violent cooperation” especially “non-violence” complete betrayal, but Nehru Gandhi students, it also become Gandhi’s great irony, the word “mahatma” also with the deduction of India – and eventually stick on a thick curry,And eventually became an integral part of India’s “weirdo” culture.Was Gandhi really so vile as a revered “Mahatma” that his front feet were cold and India changed its ways?It should be said that while India’s operation is as hard to understand as ever, the abandonment of Gandhi is a very plausible choice.Because India without Gandhi is nothing, but with Gandhi India is not even on the scales.India today, whether on the china-india boundary jumped up and down, or the United Nations into ZeiXinBuSi often issues, is essentially to the so-called big dream, especially the north and China to a spectacular “dragon”, and Mahatma Gandhi and his representatives “non-violent cooperation” thought, there is no doubt that cannot help India interpreta dream,It is not surprising, then, that India turned its back on Gandhi and even disdained him.Many people today habitually refer to Gandhi and India with jokes and derision, and have repeatedly and vehemently opposed this irresponsible attitude.After all, you can’t know what the hell satyagraha is without knowing Gandhi.In the end, not only do you find no grounds for banter and ridicule, but you can’t help but feel whimsical about India’s future.As one of the so-called four ancient civilizations, the South Asian subcontinent was also home to splendid civilizations. However, the Khyber Pass was always open in one direction, and The Aryan and central Asian nomads continued to travel southward along this “green printing channel”, and The Indian civilization was continuously folded into a delicious “thousand layer cake”.Due to the crazy injection of different civilizations, the ancient Indian civilization is complicated and complicated. After all, you say that its civilization has a long history, but it is not a passer-by for thousands of years.You say that its civilization has no inheritance and that the caste system created by the Aryans naturally holds the majority of Indians to this day.Mahatma Gandhi was born in the land of curry.As a Brahmin caste, the highest caste in the caste system, Gandhi’s Porbandar nobility had long enjoyed wealth and status unmatched by other castes, which allowed Gandhi to go to the supranal Kingdom of Britain for further education.Just as in the ancient Chinese imperial examination system, one could become a member of the gentry class if he participated in the imperial examination, the inherent advantages of brahmin caste and the “acquired hard work” of gold-plating in England made Gandhi naturally become a member of the Indian indigenous elite.Although the so-called elite and non-elite existed in the period of civilization, the indigenous elite class of India in the Gandi period had different connotations.It is said that after the great Indian national uprising was suppressed in 1857, tilak, the Indian indigenous elite who was deeply infected by the spirit of the Indian people’s resistance, resolutely took the road to continue to resist the British colonial rule, and the low anti-British struggle after the great uprising reached a climax again.Faced with a dangerous situation, The British, after a hard ideological struggle, finally decided to use the tried-and-true mace to turn India upside down with the ancestral muck.So Hume, a retired British Indian civil servant, actively contacted the indigenous elite and founded the Indian National Congress, or Congress, in 1885.Many examples at home and abroad prove that a very important reason for the outbreak of many violent revolutions is that the channels for rising from the bottom are blocked, and British India seems to be no exception.Therefore, when The British acquiesced to the establishment of the Congress Party and gave different treatment, the Indigenous elite of India was quickly divided and disintegrated, so a potential Indian violent revolt was put to rest, and the Struggle stage of the Congress party as the indigenous elite also became a cushion between the Indian people and the British colonists.The predominantly bourgeois Indian indigenous elite eventually became the “model protesters” of the British colonists.Tilak was deeply hurt by the decadence of the Congress party such as a certain foot, and finally tilak broke with the Congress party and put forward the most determined goal of the struggle: “to completely drive the British out of the Subcontinent”.Tilak did not rise on a whim, for he knew that India’s independence could only succeed by uniting all the groups oppressed by the British.Coupled with the fact that the two Boer wars had pushed the Empire to the point of no return, Tilak finally saw hope for India to emulate South Africa.”Passive protest” actions, such as encouraging local businesses and farmers’ protests, did not shake the foundation of British colonial rule, but pushed the Congress party to become revolutionary in the process of fragmentation.Seeing the revolutionary situation rising again, the British colonialists again urged the Congress party to “put out the fire”. The congress party leader, Naorocho, appealed for “autonomy”, which skillfully balanced the contradiction between the reformists and the radicals, and the crisis of British colonial rule in India was safely passed again.He died resentfully in 1920, unloved by the means of Britain’s disintegration.As Gandhi’s “spiritual mentor”, Tilak’s despair made Gandhi see the hope of “peaceful struggle”, which was the practical basis of Gandhi’s idea of “non-violent disobedience”.After qualifying as a lawyer in 1891, Gandhi suffered merciless humiliation by British colonialists in India, and then chose to flee India to seek a better life in South Africa.Under the influence of western colonialists for hundreds of years, South Africa was transformed and a new race, the Boers, was born.In order to resist the oppression of the British colonialists, change their status as second-class citizens, and protect the gold mines, the Boers fought two bloody battles with the British colonialists, and finally forced the weakened Britain to compromise and agree to the autonomy of South Africa.The success of the Boer, deeply inspired by Mahatma Gandhi, India, after all, people also are second-class citizens in South Africa, with time and even bought her luggage ticket first class citizens have also been thrown off the train, so in order to the broad masses of indians in South Africa’s status, Gandhi in the Boer war had joined the British bearers, trying to hard to please return for British colonists sympathy,And give indians a higher social status.The British colonists were indeed moved and eventually forgot all about Gandhi’s appeal.Gandhi was angry, but the consequences were not serious, for there were more opportunities for him to make a difference.When the Native Zulus of South Africa rebelled against both the British and the Boers after the Boer autonomy was given to them, Gandhi reassembled his stretcher-bearers to saddle the British.Facts have proved that although Britain is a “gentleman”, it is always to the strong, to Gandhi, such as the top to hold smelly feet, Britain has always been very strict, Gandhi did not strive for more status for compatriots in South Africa, but left a pile of laughingstock.In 1915, Gandhi returned to India as a social activist, and then he applied the non-violent slogan first put forward in the struggle against racial discrimination in South Africa in 1894 in Natal Province of South Africa to the practice of India’s anti-British struggle, which brought a catastrophe to India’s surging violence.During the First World War, Britain had no time to pay attention and compromised with Gandhi’s two “civil disobedience” movements, which greatly enhanced Gandhi’s social status and the so-called legitimacy of the “civil disobedience” movement.During World War I, more than 1.2 million Indians went overseas to help the British in the fight, with more than 100,000 casualties, following a British promise to “give India freedom if we win”.But Britain, moved, once again chose to forget.After all, as the model colony of the empire on which the sun never sets and the “jewel in the Crown of the British Queen”, Britain could not easily give up its vested interests in India.Therefore, worthless commitment to open the mouth, reluctantly give up the operation never arranged.The People of India were very angry, and the consequence was very serious. They went to the door and marched and greeted the 18th generation of the British ruler.Then, determined to show Indians the brutality of society, the British set up machine guns and fired freely at unarmed Indian protesters, causing more than 1,500 casualties. This was the “Amritsar Massacre” that shocked India.After the tragedy, the Indian people were angry, the British colonists were terrified, and the Congress party was conflicted.As a comprador party of The British colonialists, the Congress party is essentially a vested interest in British colonial rule, similar to the gentry class of the ancient Chinese dynasty to put it mildly, so it is impossible for them to turn their guns on the ruling class who live on their back.But the problem is that the Indian people suffered heavy casualties, and the Congress party is the party of The Indian people. If it does not work without a stop against the British colonialists, it will inevitably be spit upon. In the future, there will be no value in fooling the Indian people, and it is expected that it will be kicked out by the British colonialists.So congress has to do something to survive.But the problem is that expecting these naturally gristly compradors to take up arms is a real fantasy.Under such contradictions, Gandhi’s idea of “non-violent disobedience” took shape and gradually became the guiding ideology of the Congress Party.At its best, satyagraha has found friends on both sides of the argument, especially in India, where the Congress party has finally risen to power and the end of British rule has been short-lived, while Britain has not suffered a hair or even gained a few pounds.In 1920, Gandhi was appointed representative of the Congress National Movement, responsible for leading the civil disobedience movement throughout India.It should be said that the emergence of the idea of “non-violent disobedience” saved the Congress, which was riding the tiger, and allowed it to continue to eat both sides, Shouting and killing the British colonists on its knees.But “satyagraha” also accelerated the tearing of the Congress party, such as Nehru’s call for “autonomy” for India, and Chandrabos’s direct call for violent revolution, even collaborating with Japanese invaders to counterattack India during World War II.But Gandhi was firmly at the centre of the Congress party, as the British were constantly assisting.Yes, after centuries of looting, Britain has never seen such a bizarre pattern of resistance as civil disobedience.But like “clueless” will only roar and eye-rolling from outside of an ass, as seen Gandhi “non-violent cooperative movement” of “power”, especially when non-violent cooperation has developed into a violent revolution began Gandhi would always come just in time to stop operation, after Britain without careful consideration, to accept the Gandhi’s “challenges”.In the decades that followed, Gandhi’s satyagraha movement, in close collaboration with the unrelenting British, gradually elevated Gandi to the status of a “god”, in particular by constantly compromising and occasionally being tough.Whenever Gandhi stopped his civil disobedience and poured cold water on indians who had just warmed up, for example, the British would pop up and arrest him.Then, just was angry and confused people immediately understand, Mahatma Gandhi to the independence and liberation of the people, once again, “I’m not who the hell to hell”, so every hunger strike, Gandhi “non-violent cooperative movement is sublimation, every eat a fast meal, Gandhi’s image is tall, than in the forrest gump forrest gump can also change.In 1939, after the outbreak of World War II, Gandhi once again saw the hope of India’s independence, so he launched a movement to withdraw from India, and was brutally suppressed again.Then, aware of Britain’s broken promises, Gandhi still had a rosy vision of Britain, so it was once again subjected to ruthless manipulation by the British.However, Gandhi saw real hope in this prank. In addition to the failure of Chandrabos’ armed counterattack, the Indian people were awakened to fight, and more importantly, The Second World War completely knocked Britain back to its original form.In order to prevent the revival of colonial empires, The United States and the Soviet Union, which were abreast of each other, actively promoted the national independence of the third world, India finally saw the dawn of independence.In 1947, after more than a year of wrangling, The Mountbatten Plan was born, and British India was eventually split into two dominions, India and Pakistan.Independence, though eventually achieved, was not at all what Gandhi intended.More embarrassingly, India’s independence was never the result of civil disobedience, but of the decline and decline of Britain’s overall power and the “throwing down a stone” by America and the Soviet Union.For the British colonists, Gandhi was the best “partner”. His gentle way of resistance made the British experience the pleasure of massage. His slogan of withdrawing from the British Indian government, rejecting British products, and even advocating the natural economy of male farming and female weaving facilitated the British colonists’ extortion.Rather than hastening the decline of British colonial rule, the civil disobedience movement helped it.So the satyagraha movement could not have led India to true independence, but it has left an endless trail of destruction for today’s India.Chairman MAO once said in his Report on the Peasant Movement in Hunan, “Revolution is not a dinner party, writing articles, painting and embroidering. It cannot be so elegant, so leisurely, so gentle, so courteous, so courteous, so respectful, and thrifty.A revolution is an insurrection, a violent act by which one class overthrows another.Obviously, Gandhi didn’t understand, and even if he did, he didn’t dare to pursue it. After all, self-revolution requires a lot of courage, and Gandhi clearly didn’t.Therefore, the title of “Mahatma” touted by Tagore to Gandhi was not a lofty word, and the western countries spared no effort to praise it, which just shows the “weakness” of the idea of “non-violent non-cooperation”.Gandhi was not an icon of India, but rather a disaster for the country, as he failed to address the realities of Indian society and passed on all difficulties to the next generation.So as long as India idolizes Gandhi, it will never truly rise.There are many omissions, please correct them.I am silent Night history, looking forward to your attention.