SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE – TIBETAN RESISTANCE:
In 1950, People’s Republic of China has imposed its War on Tibet. Tibet’s military occupation is the perpetuation of this condition, or state of War. Tibet has two choices in its response to China’s War; 1. Tibet can surrender to China to embrace its reign by force, or 2. Tibet can resist and stand firm against its rule by external force. Man accepts or reconciles to the use of force, power, and authority that is consistent with his natural condition or natural state. The first act of resistance is the product of man’s cognitive ability to recognize his Enemy and distinguish the Enemy from his Friend. The truth about War and Peace can be stated in simple and clear terms. It is as simple as the recognition of Black and White colors. Enemy is Black. Friend is White. War is Black and Peace is White. Occupation is Black, and Liberation is White. Occupation is the Enemy and Freedom is the Friend in simple Black and White terms. There is no Resistance if Enemy is not known or not recognized. Once Enemy is recognized, Resistance acquires the Force of a Duty. Resistance is the rejection of Enemy’s Power, and Resistance is the nonacceptance of Enemy’s authority. THE DOCTRINE OF TIBETAN RESISTANCE:
Resistance is the rejection of Enemy’s Power over your Life. Resistance is the nonacceptance of Enemy’s authority over your Mind. The Enemy gets no shelter and the Enemy gets no Protection in the Mind of a person who Resists. Tibetans choose Life to resist their Enemy. Tibetans in their Deaths, defy the Purpose of their Enemy.
Tibet during the course of its history has come under foreign conquests. The Yuan, Mongol Dynasty founded by Kublai Khan conquered Tibet during 1279. Similarly, when the Ching or Manchu ruled over China, Tibet came under the nominal protection of Manchus. However, Tibetans retained their natural way of life, and for all practical purposes, Tibet existed in its Natural State or Natural Condition for several centuries. The rule by the political and religious institution of the Dalai Lama or the Ganden Phodrang Government founded in 1642 represents the seat of Natural Power or Natural Authority to which Tibetans yield in obedience. Communist China’s invasion of Tibet in 1950 is accompanied by a different purpose. The purpose of China’s military conquest is that of occupation, subjugation, and exploitation of the Land of Tibet ,its people and all of its natural resources. The purpose of Tibetan Resistance is the quest for a Life with Dignity. Can we order Peace, Justice, and Honor for the sake of War? Can we order War for the sake of Peace, Justice, and Honor? How could we define the purpose of War and Peace in Tibet??? WAR AND PEACE IN TIBET:
The term ‘RESISTANCE’ describes the organized underground movement in a country fighting against a foreign occupying power. Special Frontier Force – Establishment No. 22 represents the fact of a military alliance or military pact between Tibet, India, and the United States to fight the occupation of Tibet by its Enemy. Its military mission includes the use of force to evict the occupier of Tibet. Sigmund Freud had observed: “War is not to be abolished; so long as the conditions of existence among the nations are so varied, and the repulsions between Peoples so intense, there will be , there must be Wars.” Communist China’s military power, military strategy, and military tactics will not assure the surrender of Freedom and acceptance of its power and authority in Tibet. China cannot impose its Peace by the use of its military power in Tibet. Tibetan Resistance is a mere symptom of the absence of Natural Order in Tibetan Existence. Tibet can Resist, Tibet will Resist, and Tibet will Prevail in its Resistance until its Natural Order is restored for its Natural Condition to operate the lives of Tibetans.