Selasa, 17 Juni 2014


rumah Putin and Mahatma Gandhi 

Division of rumah humanity in Ukraine
Do you believe in: integration or division of humanity? Who wants to divide humanity? Obviously, a political leader or a religious leader! Putin! Yes, why not? He is a Russian. Why should he integrate rumah humanity in Ukraine? He believes in political divisiveness. Putin identifies himself with Russians in Ukraine. He annexed Crimea. He believes in Russian supremacy. If Russians are living outside Russia, Russia can extend its borders suitably, to accommodate them. He gives tacit support to Russians in Donetsk and Luhansk in Ukraine. They unilaterally declare Donetsk People's Republic and Luhansk People's Republic.

He divides Ukrainians. But he does rumah not accept divisive theory of Chechnya-Muslim rebels. He is a practical, local leader, who believes in selective application of his principles. When his principles and self-interest clash, principles are set aside. Will he achieve the heights attained by Mahatma Gandhi or Nelson Mandela?

A leader of  rumah humanity

Mahatma Gandhi was a leader of humanity. He resisted partition of India, but had to give in, to religion-based divisive politics of Jinnah. India was divided into a truncated India, a secular country and Pakistan, an Islamic rumah country in 1947. In India, Gandhi forced Indian government, to give US $ 120 million (Rupees 1200 crores) to Pakistan in 1948. It angered fundamentalist Hindus, and he was shot dead. He was a world class leader. 'It is dangerous to be too good', said Albert Einstein. Mahatma Gandhi believed in integrating humanity.

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