THE BATTLE OF RIGHT AGAINST MIGHT – TIBETAN UPRISING DAY

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56th ANNIVERSARY OF TIBETAN NATIONAL UPRISING DAY ON MARCH 10, 2015 :

THE  BATTLE  OF  RIGHT  AGAINST  MIGHT  :  SEEKING  SOLIDARITY  OF  GLOBAL  COMMUNITY  IN  SUPPORT  OF  FREEDOM  IN  OCCUPIED  TIBET .
THE BATTLE OF RIGHT AGAINST MIGHT : SEEKING SOLIDARITY OF GLOBAL COMMUNITY IN SUPPORT OF FREEDOM IN OCCUPIED TIBET .
THE  BATTLE  OF  RIGHT  AGAINST  MIGHT  : 56TH  ANNIVERSARY  OF  TIBETAN  NATIONAL  UPRISING  DAY .  SEEKING  JUSTICE  IN  OCCUPIED  TIBET .  OCCUPATION  IS  UNJUST,  ILLEGAL , AND  IS  A  LIE  IMPOSED  BY  CHINA .
THE BATTLE OF RIGHT AGAINST MIGHT : 56TH  ANNIVERSARY  OF  TIBETAN  NATIONAL UPRISING DAY . SEEKING JUSTICE IN OCCUPIED TIBET . OCCUPATION IS UNJUST, ILLEGAL , AND IS A LIE IMPOSED BY CHINA .
THE  BATTLE  OF  RIGHT  AGAINST  MIGHT : 56TH  ANNIVERSARY  OF  TIBETAN  NATIONAL  UPRISING  DAY,  MARCH 10,  2015.  SEEKING  PEACE  AND  HARMONY  IN  OCCUPIED  TIBET .
THE BATTLE OF RIGHT AGAINST MIGHT : 56TH ANNIVERSARY OF TIBETAN NATIONAL UPRISING DAY, MARCH 10, 2015. SEEKING PEACE AND HARMONY IN OCCUPIED TIBET .
THE  BATTLE  OF  RIGHT  AGAINST  MIGHT  : 56TH  ANNIVERSARY  OF  TIBETAN  NATIONAL  UPRISING  DAY,  MARCH  10,  2015.  THE  BATTLE  WILL  CONTINUE  TILL  THE  OCCUPIER  IS  EVICTED  FROM  TIBET .
THE BATTLE OF RIGHT AGAINST MIGHT : 56TH ANNIVERSARY OF TIBETAN NATIONAL UPRISING DAY, MARCH 10, 2015. THE BATTLE WILL CONTINUE TILL THE OCCUPIER IS EVICTED FROM TIBET .

 

Bhavanajagat

THE  WOLF  AND  THE  LAMB : 

THE TYRANT WILL ALWAYS FIND AN EXCUSE FOR HIS TYRANNY.

This story was told by Aesop, the legendary Greek story-teller. Once upon a time, a Wolf was lapping at a stream. When looking up, the Wolf saw a Lamb just beginning to drink a little down the stream. “There’s my supper,” thought the Wolf. The Lamb looked so very helpless and innocent. The Wolf felt he ought  to have  an excuse for taking its life. Then he called out to the Lamb, “How dare you muddle the water from which I am drinking?” “No, Master, No,” said the Lamb; “if the water be muddy up there, I cannot be the cause of it, for it runs down from you to me.” “Well then,” said the Wolf, “Why did you call me bad names this time last year?” “That cannot be,” said the Lamb, “I am…

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