Gandhi letter Hitler


Yes, that is a letter written by Gandhi to dear Adolf.  I was young once and for a while believed in this idiocy of the Pacifism movement. But I was cursed with the idea of always reading a bit more and find out if there was indeed a “Happily ever after” on things and ended up realizing there was a lot of damage done by these people. Yes, even Gandhi and if you have doubts, find out what happened in India after the Brits lowered their flag.

To keep it short: Pacifists believe in peace, not necessarily in freedom and are willing to sacrifice the latter in order to get the former.

“Gandhi and Stalin.” “What?” John asked. “I used to tell Monica that when we’d get into politics. She’d always talk about how great Gandhi was. I’d tell her the only reason Gandhi survived after his first protest was that he was dealing with the Brits. If Stalin had been running India, he’d of been dead in a second, his name forgotten.”
One Second After by William R. Forstchen.


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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

4 thoughts on “The folly of Pacifism”
  1. Not only Ghandi, but pretty much anyone he ever talked to. Stalin was pretty thorough in his purgical paranoia.

  2. Absolute pacifism is absolute submission, if not inviting democide. They can choose that cowardly path, but they do not get to decide for me!

    I guarantee you that if you threatened the life of any pacifist in a sealed room with a firearm on the table in front of them they would pick it up to defend themselves. So they are hypocrites or they are dead, and how is that noble and morally superior?

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