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GH DI D H MY H F -VIL C I (ssy) h ids f Mh m G dhi hv jyd rsurg c. h -vil -cpr i c ics usd i h s ruggls gi s h Fr kli Dm i sm i d h Gr hm Cmm missil bs i gl d wd hir i spir i dirc ly him. Richrd brugh’s cdmy wrd wi i g film “G dhi” fur hr rvivd h my h h his pcifis c ics w I di i s i dp d c. Y scilis s hv lwys b qui sc hi g bu G dhi. Rd fr xmpl, wh Grg rwll hd sy bu him: G dhi hs b rgrdd fr w y yrs by h Gvr m f I di s f i s righ h d m . I k w wh I’m lki g bu I usd b fficr i h I di plic. I ws lwys dmi d i h ms cy icl wy h G dhi md i sir fr h Bri ish rul I di, bcus his i flu c ws lwys gi s ki g y c i h wuld mk y diffr c. h rs why G dhi wh i pris is lwys r d wi h such l i c d smll c cssi s sm ims md wh h hs prl gd f his fs s d grus x , is h h Bri ish fficils r i rrr h h my di d b rplcd by sm wh blivs lss i “sul frc “ d mr i bmbs.1 I his pmphl , w will u li G dhi’s I di cmpig s shw jus wh rwll m . W will rgu h G dhi fild lu ch y -vil cmpig s h rmi d -vil , ls his rms. W will rgu h wh hs cmpig s s r d hr h i rs s f h I di cpi lis clss, G dhi lwys clld hm ff. d w will rgu h h Bri ish lf I di fr rs s f hir w , y hi g h G dhi c k crdi fr. rly dys G dhi’s scil viws wr lwys rc i ry, i h ms li rl s s f h wrd. I 1909 h xprssd hm s fllws: I is h Bri ish ppl wh r ruli g I di, bu i is mdr civilis i , hrugh i s rilwys, lgrphs, lph , d lms vry hr i v i hs b climd b riumph f civilis i Mdicl sci c is h c c r d ss c f blck mgic Hspi ls r h i s rum s h h Dvil hs b usi g fr his w purps, i rdr kp his hld his ki gdm If hr wr hspi ls fr v rl disss r v fr c sump ivs, w wuld hv lss c sump i , d lss sxul vic m gs us. I di’s slv i c sis s i u lr i g wh sh hs lr duri g h ps fif y yrs r s. h rilwys, lgrphs, hspi ls, lwyrs, dc rs d such lik ll hv g.2 Bu i is G dhi’s pli icl s r gy h w r mi ly c cr d wi h hr. G dhi dvlpd his m hds f -vil -cpr i , r “s ygrh” (li rlly “wy f h righ us hr ”) figh fr civil righ s fr I di s i Su h fric. I his firs cmpig , h m wi h sm succss lrgly fr w rs s. H md c sidrbl us f s rik c i by I di wrkrs, d h I di s, bi g smwh priphrl mi ri y i Su h fric, culd b ffrdd c cssi s by h whi ruli g clss h culd vr b gr d h blcks. v duri g his cmpig G dhi’s ms crdi bl ffr h limi i s f his pcifism bcm bvius.

I pisd pssd vr by brugh’s film, G dhi rcu s hw h clld ff h s ruggl s g, r hr h ji cus wi h “vil ” g rl s rik by urp wrkrs, d his w h gr i ud f h Su h fric ruli g clss: I h curs f h s ygrh s ruggl i Su h fric, svrl hus ds f i d urd I di s hd s ruck wrk. his ws s ygrh s rik, d hrfr irly pcful d vlu ry. Whils h s rik ws gi g h s rik f h urp mi rs, rilwy mplys, c. ws dclrd. vr urs wr md m mk cmm cus wi h h urp s rikrs. s s ygrh, I did rquir mm ’s c sidr i dcli d s. I w fur hr, d fr fr f ur s rik bi g clssd wi h h s rik f h urp s i which m hds f vil c d us f rms fu d prmi plc, urs ws susp dd, d s ygrh frm h mm cm b rcg isd by h urp s f Su h fric s h urbl d h s mvm , i h wrds f G rl Smu s, “ c s i u i l mvm ”.3 Rcrui i g fr h Bri ish Wh G dhi r ur d I di i 1915, his qulms bu vil c sudd ly dispprd. H w u rcrui i g vlu rs fr h Bri ish rmy frm h I di ppul i , u dr h slg “20 rcrui s fr vry villg”. G dhi ppr ly blivd h by rcrui i g c fddr df d h mpir, h culd imprss h Bri ish wi h I di s’ lyl y d hus r i dp d c. H smd hv rgrdd i s vic ry h h md rcrui i g spchs i Hi dus i! G dhi xpli d his c i s, which w gi s much f h rs f h i dp d c mvm s hi ki g, by syi g. “I discvrd h Bri ish mpir hd cr i idls wi h which I hv fll i lv.” L r, df drs f G dhi wr jus ify his rcrui i g driv by syi g h h “ ly” risd rps fr h mdicl crps. Bu f curs, mdicl crps r vi l pr f y mili ry mchi , d G dhi’s c i s frd hr rcrui s fr h fr li figh i g. H cr i ly md mp ris mdicl crps fr h Grm s r urks, s v if hr wr lm s f misguidd hum i ri ism i G dhi’s hi ki g, i ws vry c v i ly -yd. Duri g h yrs 1917 1920, G dhi md sm vry impr fri ds m gs h wl hy busi ss fmilis f Ws I di. hs i cludd h Srbhis, x il mg s i his hm s f Gujr , d h Birls, h sc d lrgs i dus ril grup i I di. Fr h rs f his crr, G dhi rgulrly c sul d wi h hm, d hy md sur h h vr lckd m y. his is sy h I di cpi lis s cr d G dhi. Bu his cmmi m h pcifis c i sui d hir i rs s prfc ly. hy w d limi d mbilis i f h msss driv u h Bri ish s h hy culd ru I di i s d. hy hd s h Russi rvlu i jus h r h, d hy rlisd hw impr i ws s p h wrkrs d ps s g i g rms, r mbilisi g gi s hir lcl xpli rs s wll s h Bri ish. G dhi ws ls cmmi d cpi lis I di. H rgrdd I di s s big fmily, xpli rs d xpli d lik.

“I d rgrd cpi l b h my f lbur,” h sid. “I hld hir c-rdi i b prfc ly pssibl.” G dhi cm up wi h jus ific i f h cpi lis ’s rl h m y cpi lis s hmslvs wuld smil s i g ius. H clld hm “ rus s” fr h ppl, d urgd h wrkrs d ps s pcfully prsud “ h l d-w rs d mplyrs bhv hiclly s rus s f h prpr y hy hld fr h cmm gd”. Why did G dhi s quickly gi mss fllwi g i I di? h ppulr imprssi , ri frcd by brugh’s film, is h i ws du his simpl, humbl lif-s yl, cmbi d wi h h wrk h did wi h h ps s’ d millh ds’ griv cs. hs my hv hlpd, bu hr wr fr dpr rs s s wll. Bfr G dhi, h I di i dp d c mvm hd suffrd frm w mjr wk sss. I s ldrs dd b s r gly id ifid wi h pr iculr rgi s, d i s c ivi y ws hplssly li is . wi g busid i slf wi h rrrism, h hr wi h s ril m i -pssi g, G dhi hd s blishd i l rpu i fr himslf hrugh his Su h fric cmpig , d hus ws bl giv h mvm i l figurhd h r sc dd p y rgi l divisi s. d his crdi , h ls gv h mvm mss ri i im wh , i spird by h Russi Rvlu i h r h d h urkish i lis mvm h ws , h msss wr rdy g i c i . Bu why shuld G dhi’s “ -vil c” hv hd such pr iculr mss ppl? L r sky prvids shrwd i sigh . r sky bsrvd xc ly h sm ph m i h rly s gs f h Russi Rvlu i . -vil c, r sky rgud, rflc d h lw dvlpm f clss s ruggl i h cu rysid d h ps s’ rsul i g lck f c fid c: If h ps s duri g h firs prid hrdly vr rsr p vil c, d r s ill ryi g giv hir c ivi is h frm f lgl prssur, his is xpli d by hir i suffici rus i hir w pwrs h mp disguis i s firs rbl s ps wi h lgli y, b h scrd d sculr, hs frm im im immmril chrc risd h s ruggl f vry rvlu i ry clss, bfr i g hrd suffici s r g h d c fid c brk h umbilicl crd which bu d i h ld sci y. his is mr cmpl ly ru f h ps ry h y hr clss Frm h miliu f h bili y i slf hr ris prchrs f c cili i . L ls y ( h vlis ) lkd dpr i h sul f h muzhik h ybdy ls. His philsphy f -vil rsis c ws g rlis i f h firs s gs f h ps rvlu i . Mh m G dhi is w fulfilli g h sm missi i I di h 1919 hr l I 1919 h Bri ish pssd h Rwl c s, which x dd wr im pwrs f rbi rry rrs , kp h i dp d c mvm i chck. hr ws mssiv rs m hrughu I di, d i Fbrury G dhi frmd S ygrh Lgu d u cd “hr l” (dy f g rl susp si f busi ss) fr pril 6. h rsp s mzd vry . hrugh Mrch d pril, hr ws wv f mss mrchs, s riks, sm ri i g d vil rprssi by h Bri ish.

People may start out with an initial prejudice against tyrants; but when tyrants or would-be tyrants treat them to adrenalin-releasing propaganda about the wickedness of their enemies particularly of enemies weak enough to be persecuted they are ready to fol]low him with enthusiasm. In his speeches Hitler kept repeating such words as "hatred," "force," "ruthless," "crush," "smash"; and he would accompany these vio]lent words with even more violent gestures. He would yell, he would scream, his veins would swell, his face would turn purple. Strong emotion (as every actor and dramatist knows) is in the highest degree contagious. Infected by the malignant frenzy of the orator, the audience would groan and sob and scream in an orgy of uninhibited passion. And these orgies were so en]joyable that most of those who had experienced them eagerly came back for more. Almost all of us long for peace and freedom; but very few of us have much enthusiasm for the thoughts, feelings and actions that make for peace and freedom

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