Antithesis of the Obama Administration Found in Gandhi’s Words

I cannot teach you violence, as I do not myself believe in it. I can only teach you not to bow your heads before any one even at the cost of your life.
Mahatma Gandhi

This is just one of his many timeless observations and quotes often cited under courageous works, as in David Jesse Ludema’s student essay held at the Gerald R. Ford Library and Museum

…To fully understand what courage means today, we must look into the unconditional deeds of
bravery preformed by the people who have cemented their greatness in this world. Gandhi is one of
those historical people. Gandhi sacrificed his own reputation and well being for others. He preached
rebellion through non-violence, and in 1919 the Amritsar Massacre took place. In the massacre, the
oppressive British Troops killed millions of Indians. The British deprived the Indians of their rights
and religious practices. Gandhi led the Indian people and kept them strong during this massacre; he
told them, “I cannot teach you violence, as I do not myself believe in it. I can only teach you not to
bow your heads before any one even at the cost of your life.” Not one punch was thrown by the
oppressed Indian citizens due to Gandhi’s bravery. Gandhi stood for what was just and remained
faithful to his beliefs, this is true courage…

In direct opposition, there is Obama, who by his minions, incites violence in various U. S. communities. He bows, as if on command, all over the world. He is a pox upon America and a finally honed “Manchurian Candidate” because there is no presidential material in this lackey.

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