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SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE – WHOLE UPRISING

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SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE – THE WAR ON COMMUNISM:

Special Frontier Force - The War on Communism: Chinese military incursion into India demands a response. Expel Chinese nationals visiting India.
Special Frontier Force – The War on Communism: Chinese military incursion into India demands a response. Expel Chinese nationals visiting India.
Special Frontier Force-The War on Communism: There can be no friendship between India, and China without Freedom and Democracy in Tibet.(Bumla Pass-Arunachal Pradesh)
Special Frontier Force-The War on Communism: There can be no friendship between India, and China without Freedom and Democracy in Tibet.(Bumla Pass-Arunachal Pradesh)
Special Frontier Force-The War on Communism: Chinese incursion into Ladakh is a symptom of the military occupation of Tibet. The cure of this disease demands establishment of Freedom and Democracy in Tibet.
Special Frontier Force-The War on Communism: Chinese incursion into Ladakh is a symptom of the military occupation of Tibet. The cure of this disease demands establishment of Freedom and Democracy in Tibet.

 

Special Frontier Force-The War on Communism: Chinese presence in Ladakh must not be tolerated.
Special Frontier Force-The War on Communism: Chinese presence in Ladakh must not be tolerated.
Special Frontier Force-The War on Communism: Chinese attack on Ladakh demands a military, diplomatic, trade, and commerce retaliation.
Special Frontier Force-The War on Communism: Chinese attack on Ladakh demands a military, diplomatic, trade, and commerce retaliation.
Special Frontier Force-The War on Communism: Evidence of Red Dragon's military attack inside Ladakh-India.
Special Frontier Force-The War on Communism: Evidence of Red Dragon’s military attack inside Ladakh-India.

Special Frontier Force also known as Establishment No. 22 is a military alliance/pact between the United States, India, and Tibet. Its primary mission is that of using military force and tactics to fight the threat posed by the Communist Expansion in Southeast Asia. This multinational military organization intends to defend Freedom, Democracy, and Justice in the occupied Land of Tibet and resist the Communist Expansion into India. It is not a relic of Cold War era. The military threat posed by Communist China is well-recognized and there is no choice other than that of meeting this challenge. To respond to the challenge posed by Communist China’s military incursion into the Ladakh area of India, I would recommend the following actions:

1. Expel all Chinese nationals who are currently in India for travel, and business.

2. Cancel all planned official meetings, visits, and exchanges.

3. Reduce the size of diplomatic staff and other support personnel at all Chinese diplomatic missions and posts in India.

4. Review all trade and commerce agreements and place immediate restrictions on further expansion of these business activities.

5. Hold joint military training exercises in Ladakh region with members drawn from the United States, India, and Tibet.

Rudra N Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162, USA
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SERVICE INFORMATION:

R. Rudra Narasimham, B.Sc., M.B.B.S.,
Personal Numbers:MS-8466/MR-03277K. Rank:Lieutenant/Captain/Major.
Branch:Army Medical Corps/Short Service Regular Commission(1969-1972); Direct Permanent Commission(1973-1984).
Designation:Medical Officer.
Unit:Establishment No.22(1971-1974)/South Column,Operation Eagle(1971-1972).
Organization: Special Frontier Force.

 

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SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE – WHOLE MASTER

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Whole Dude – Whole Master: A special tribute to Spymaster John Alexander McCone, the 6th CIA Director who played a leading role during the Cuban Missile Crisis. EXCOMM meeting at the White House Cabinet Room during the Cuban Missile Crisis on October 29, 1962. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

WHOLE DUDE – WHOLE MASTER:

Establishment No. 22 is a military establishment that represents a military pact/alliance between the United States, India, and the Tibetan Government -in-Exile. It came into existence during November 1962 and during 1966, this organization was named Special Frontier Force. Between the Central Intelligence Agency and the members of Special Frontier Force there has been a Master-Student relationship. This organization is the child of CIA’s Secret War in Tibet and it will be correct to recognize CIA as the ‘Mastermind’ of this operation to defend Freedom, and Democracy in the occupied Land of Tibet. The Spirits of Special Frontier Force take this opportunity to pay a special tribute to its ‘Master’, John Alexander McCone(b. January 04, 1902 – d. February 14, 1991) who served as the Director of CIA from November 1961 to April 1965.

Whole Dude-Whole Master: This is a special tribute to Spymaster John Alexander McCone who served as CIA's 6th Director from November 1961 to April 1965.
Whole Dude-Whole Master: This is a special tribute to Spymaster John Alexander McCone who served as CIA’s 6th Director from November 1961 to April 1965.

John A. McCone obtained a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of California at Berkeley. He built his career in the steel, construction, shipping, shipbuilding, and aircraft production industries. He founded the Bechtel-McCone Steel Company and his role in shipbuilding, and military aircraft production had attracted the attention of President Harry S. Truman who had appointed him to the Air Policy Commission in 1947 to develop strategy for American military airpower. During 1948, he was appointed as the Special Deputy to the Secretary of Defense. In 1950, he was appointed as Undersecretary of the Air Force. President Dwight Eisenhower appointed him as the Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission during 1958 and held that position until 1961.

Whole Dude-Whole Master: In this photo taken during 1958, John A. McCone, Chairman of the World Affairs Council is seen with General Lauris Norstad, Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers in Europe.
Whole Dude-Whole Master: In this photo taken during 1958, John A. McCone, Chairman of the World Affairs Council is seen with General Lauris Norstad, Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers in Europe.
Whole Dude-Whole Master: U.S. delegates to the Fourth General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria 1960. Left to Right:- Ambassador John S. Graham, Vice Admiral Paul F. Foster, US Navy(Retd), the Permanent U.S. Representative to the IAEA, and John A. McCone, Chairman of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.
Whole Dude-Whole Master: U.S. delegates to the Fourth General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria 1960. Left to Right:- Ambassador John S. Graham, Vice Admiral Paul F. Foster, US Navy(Retd), the Permanent U.S. Representative to the IAEA, and John A. McCone, Chairman of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.

During his tenure as the Chairman of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, John McCone made very significant disclosures about Israel’s nuclear capabilities. After the disaster of the Bay of Pigs Invasion of Cuba, President Kennedy forced the resignation of the CIA director Allen Welsh Dulles and Richard Bissell, the Deputy Director for Plans and Operations who had a major role in making the plan for this CIA’s Black Operation. In a very surprising, and sudden move, President Kennedy called John McCone, a Republican to take charge of the Central Intelligence Agency disregarding the fact that McCone had no prior experience in Intelligence.

Whole Dude-Whole Master: President John F. Kennedy's selection of Spymaster during 1961. Left to Right:- Allen Welsh Dulles, 5th Director of CIA, Richard Bissell, Deputy Director of Plans/Operations, President John F. Kennedy, and the newly selected 6th Director of CIA, John A. McCone.
Whole Dude-Whole Master: President John F. Kennedy’s selection of Spymaster during 1961. Left to Right:- Allen Welsh Dulles, 5th Director of CIA, Richard Bissell, Deputy Director of Plans/Operations, President John F. Kennedy, and the newly selected 6th Director of CIA, John A. McCone.
Whole Dude-Whole Master: September 27, 1961. President Kennedy with CIA Director Allen Dulles and his new pick, John A. McCone.
Whole Dude-Whole Master: September 27, 1961. President Kennedy with CIA Director Allen Dulles and his new pick, John A. McCone.
Whole Dude-Whole Master: November 29, 1961. President John F. Kennedy with outgoing CIA Director Allen Dulles.
Whole Dude-Whole Master: November 29, 1961. President John F. Kennedy with outgoing CIA Director Allen Dulles.
Whole Dude-Whole Master: November 29, 1961. President John F. Kennedy welcomes the 6th Director of CIA, John Alexander McCone.
Whole Dude-Whole Master: November 29, 1961. President John F. Kennedy welcomes the 6th Director of CIA, John Alexander McCone.

 

Whole Dude-Whole Master: John Alexander McCone gets the task of "rebuilding" CIA after the Bay of Pigs debacle.
Whole Dude-Whole Master: John Alexander McCone gets the task of “rebuilding” CIA after the Bay of Pigs debacle.
Whole Dude-Whole Master: A new chapter in the history of CIA. John Alexander McCone became the "Government's principal foreign intelligence Officer" and he would work the heads of all departments and agencies, such as the State, Defense, the Attorney General, and the Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, that have responsibilities in the foreign intelligence field. In this photo McCone is seen with Robert Kennedy, the Attorney General. The DCI would coordinate and direct the total intelligence community.
Whole Dude-Whole Master: A new chapter in the history of CIA. John Alexander McCone became the “Government’s principal foreign intelligence Officer” and he would work the heads of all departments and agencies, such as the State, Defense, the Attorney General, and the Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, that have responsibilities in the foreign intelligence field. In this photo McCone is seen with Robert Kennedy, the Attorney General. The DCI would coordinate and direct the total intelligence community.

John McCone played a leading role in strengthening the intelligence gathering abilities of CIA by launching a technological revolution. On August 05, 1963, he created the Directorate of Science and Technology.

Whole Dude-Whole Master: May 01, 1964. Presidential candidate, New York State Governor, Nelson a. Rockefeller gets Intelligence briefing. Left to Right:-John McCone, DIC; Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller; Robert S. McNamara, Defense Secretary; Dean Rusk, Secretary of State. Photo credit: Francis Miller/Time & Life.
Whole Dude-Whole Master: May 01, 1964. Presidential candidate, New York State Governor, Nelson a. Rockefeller gets Intelligence briefing. Left to Right:John McCone, DIC; Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller; Robert S. McNamara, Defense Secretary; Dean Rusk, Secretary of State. Photo credit: Francis Miller/Time & Life.

McCone was responsible for a number of covert operations in Vietnam, Laos, Cuba, Ecuador, and Brazil. John McCone was present in the meeting held at The White House on November 19, 1962 to enter into an agreement/pact with India, and the Tibetan Government-in-Exile to formulate Establishment No. 22/Special Frontier Force to address the military threat posed by People’s Republic of China’s military occupation of Tibet. This operation that involves India and Tibet remains a secret. McCone was a key figure during the October 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis. He had predicted that the Soviet Union would place offensive nuclear weapons in Cuba. However, he had differences with President Lyndon B. Johnson and had resigned from his post during April 1965 and was replaced by  Admiral William F. Raborn. President Ronald Reagan during 1987 presented John McCone with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

I say that John McCone was one of the best managers that CIA ever had. What do you want to say???

Rudra N. Rebbapragada, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A.,

Organization: The Spirits of Special Frontier Force.

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Whole Dude – Whole Master: Spymaster John Alexander McCone created the Directorate of Science and Technology on August 05, 1963 and launched technological revolution in Intelligence. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

ESTABLISHMENT22 – WHOLE SPY

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The Spymaster of Special Frontier Force: Director of the Central Intelligence Agency  Richard Helms, in the White House Cabinet Room. His famous quote: “God did not give prescience to human beings.” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

WHOLE DUDE – WHOLE SPY:

The Spirits of Special Frontier Force would like to pay a respectful tribute to Richard McGarrah Helms( b. March 30, 1913 – d. October 23, 2002, Washington D.C. ), the Chief Spymaster of the Central Intelligence Agency from June 1966 to February 1973.

Whole Dude - Whole Spy : Richard M Helms during the year 1980, in this White House ceremony received an award from President Ronald Reagan for "Exceptionally Meritorious Service."
Whole Dude – Whole Spy : Richard M Helms during the year 1980, in this White House ceremony received an award from President Ronald Reagan for “Exceptionally Meritorious Service.” It may be noted that George Herbert Walker Bush who was the Vice President at that time had also served as the Director of CIA (1976-1977)during the presidency of Gerald Ford.

RICHARD M HELMS – THE INTELLIGENCE PROFESSIONAL:

Whole Dude - Whole Spy: Richard Helms was appointed as the eighth Director of CIA on June 30, 1966. In a function held in the East Room, White House, President Lyndon B. Johnson is seen speaking to Dennis Helms, son of the newly sworn in CIA Director.
Whole Dude – Whole Spy: Richard Helms was appointed as the eighth Director of CIA on June 30, 1966. In a function held in the East Room, White House, President Lyndon B. Johnson is seen speaking to Dennis Helms, son of the newly sworn in CIA Director.
Whole Dude - Whole Spy: This World War II era letter from Richard Helms to his young son Daniel reveals the long history of meritorious service rendered by Helms since the time he served in the wartime Office of Strategic Services.
Whole Dude – Whole Spy: This World War II era letter from Richard Helms to his young son Dennis reveals the long history of meritorious service rendered by Helms since the time he served in the wartime Office of Strategic Services. This letter is most interestingly written on Adolf Hitler’s private stationery.

Richard Helms was the chief architect of the legislation, National Security Act of September 1947 that created the Central Intelligence Agency replacing the wartime Office of Strategic Services. CIA came into existence during the presidency of Harry S Truman, 33rd President of the US(1949-1952). The National Security Council that is chaired by the President  formed in 1949, CIA was established in 1951.

Whole Dude - Whole Spy: The Original Headquarters Building(OHB) reflects the vision of Allen Welsh Dulles, the 5th Director of CIA. CIA is the principle Intelligence and Counterintelligence agency of the US Government. It is organized as 1. The Intelligence Directorate, 2. The Directorate of Operations which includes espionage, 3. The Directorate of Science and Technology, and 4. The Directorate of Administration.
Whole Dude – Whole Spy: The Original Headquarters Building(OHB) reflects the vision of Allen Welsh Dulles, the 5th Director of CIA. CIA is the principle Intelligence and Counterintelligence agency of the US Government. It is organized as 1. The Intelligence Directorate, 2. The Directorate of Operations which includes espionage, 3. The Directorate of Science and Technology, and 4. The Directorate of Administration.
The entrance to the Central Intelligence Agenc...
The entrance to the Central Intelligence Agency headquarters. In a world of sovereign nations, information is a prime element of national power. Intelligence is best defined as evaluated information, is the vital and pivotal foundation for national decisions. The Director of CIA is Adviser to the National Security Council which is chaired by the President. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Richard Helms was commissioned into US Naval Reserve during 1942 and served as Lieutenant Commander. He had served with Office of Strategic Services and its successors from 1943 to 1947. He held various appointments within the CIA. He was the Deputy Director of Plans from 1962 to 1965. He was the Deputy Director of the CIA from April 28, 1965 to June 1966. Intelligence in service to Liberty found an unsurpassed Champion in Richard Helms who served two presidents, Lyndon B. Johnson, and Richard M. Nixon.

Whole Dude - Whole Spy: June 30, 1966 The White House. Richard Helms replaced CIA Director William F. Raborn who served from 1965 to 1966. The 5th Director of CIA, Allen Welsh Dulles attended this swearing in ceremony.
Whole Dude – Whole Spy: June 30, 1966 The White House. Richard Helms replaced CIA Director William F. Raborn who served from 1965 to 1966. The 5th Director of CIA, Allen Welsh Dulles attended this swearing-in ceremony.

Allen Welsh Dulles, the 5th Director of CIA told US Congress, “The CIA should be directed by a relatively small but elite corps of men with a passion for anonymity and a willingness to stick at that particular job.” Helms truly depicts the qualities demanded by Allen Welsh Dulles. Helms said, “Intelligence was not merely a job but rather a calling.” He had asked his employees to “Make Intelligence a profession, not just an occupation.”

Whole Dude - Whole Spy: During the presidency of Richard Nixon, the CIA Director was placed under tremendous pressure to accomplish the political agenda of the President without real concern for national interests.
Whole Dude – Whole Spy: During the presidency of Richard Nixon, the CIA Director was placed under tremendous pressure to accomplish the political agenda of the President without real concern for national interests.
Whole Dude-Whole Spy: The National Security Council briefing by CIA Director Richard Helms. It must be noted that Dr. Henry Kissinger had used his position to undermine the importance of Central Intelligence Agency. Kissinger had also undermined the role of the Secretary of State before he became the Secretary of State. Kissinger's foreign policy initiatives are not based upon analysis of Intelligence.
Whole Dude-Whole Spy: The National Security Council briefing by CIA Director Richard Helms. It must be noted that Dr. Henry Kissinger had used his position to undermine the importance of Central Intelligence Agency. Kissinger had also undermined the role of the Secretary of State before he became the Secretary of State. Kissinger’s foreign policy initiatives are not based upon analysis of Intelligence.

Between 1950 and 1973, the CIA had also carried on extensive mind-control experiments at universities, prisons, and hospitals which included the use of LSD and other mind-altering drugs on unwitting test subjects. However, there is a huge concern about CIA tactics to prevent Salvador Allende from winning the 1970 elections in Chile and later when CIA worked to topple him from power. CIA had tried to assassinate several foreign leaders, including Fidel Castro of Cuba. But, the CIA had not acted on its own and was only trying to serve the political bosses of their times.

Whole Dude-Whole Spy: Richard Helms got ensnared in US Congress's investigation because a successor, William Colby released a trove of documents, nicknamed "The Family Jewels" detailing the misdeeds of the Agency. Helms testified in Congressional hearings.
Whole Dude-Whole Spy: Richard Helms got ensnared in US Congress’s investigation because a successor, William Colby released a trove of documents, nicknamed “The Family Jewels” detailing the misdeeds of the Agency. Helms testified in Congressional hearings.
Whole Dude - Whole Spy: Apart from the Congressional hearings, Richard Helms had faced news media during April 1975 and spoke to reporters who had very little understanding of Agency's great performance in other countries.
Whole Dude – Whole Spy: Apart from the Congressional hearings, Richard Helms had faced news media during April 1975 and spoke to reporters who had very little understanding of Agency’s great performance in other countries.
Whole Dude-Whole Spy: Damage was done to the personal reputation of Richard Helms and he was painted as a dangerous CIA Director while he tried his best to serve the President and the country without any political bias.
Whole Dude-Whole Spy: Damage was done to the personal reputation of Richard Helms and he was painted as a dangerous CIA Director while he tried his best to serve the President and the country without any political bias.
Whole Dude - Whole Spy: The CIA celebrated its 50th Anniversary during 1997 and the former Director Helms was most warmly received and was acknowledged for his great contribution to the Organization in a variety of capacities.
Whole Dude – Whole Spy: The CIA celebrated its 50th Anniversary during 1997 and the former Director Helms was most warmly received and was acknowledged for his great contribution to the Organization in a variety of capacities.

It may be noted that there is not much awareness about CIA’s covert operations inside countries like Tibet. I sincerely appreciate the dedication of CIA officers who had served in Southeast Asia to defend freedom, and democracy in the occupied Land of Tibet.

Whole Dude-Whole Spy: The CIA covert operations inside Tibet led to the creation of a military organization called Establishment Number. 22, or Special Frontier Force which was formed in 1962 during the presidency of John F. Kennedy.
Whole Dude-Whole Spy: The CIA covert operations inside Tibet led to the creation of a military organization called Establishment Number. 22, or Special Frontier Force which was formed in 1962 during the presidency of John F. Kennedy.

I would like to recognize Richard M. Helms as a Cold War era Hero who did his best to support and encourage the cause of political freedom, liberty, and democracy in the world in very difficult times.

Whole Dude-Whole Spy: The Spirits of Special Frontier Force recognizes CIA Director Richard Helms as a Cold War era Hero.
Whole Dude-Whole Spy: The Spirits of Special Frontier Force recognizes CIA Director Richard Helms as a Cold War era Hero. Helms was skeptical about the likely success of large-scale covert actions meant to manipulate political and economic events abroad. CIA should not try to bite more than what it can chew.

I say Richard Helms is a great Spymaster who had ever served the Central Intelligence Agency and what do you want to say???

Rudra N. Rebbapragada/R. Rudra Narasimham,                                                                                  

Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A.

Organization: The Spirits of Special Frontier Force.

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English: Official work by the Central Intellig...
The Central Intelligence Agency must become the Champion of Freedom and Democracy in the rest of the world. In its entire history of existence, the CIA’s work in Tibet truly reflects the ideals of  Human Rights, Peace and Liberty. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE – WHOLE FREEDOM

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WHOLE DUDE – WHOLE FREEDOM:

On behalf of ‘The Spirits of Special Frontier Force’, I am pleased to post this special tribute to John Foster Dulles who had served as the US Secretary of State(1953 to 1959) under President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

John Foster Dulles was the architect of major elements of US Foreign Policy in the Cold War era after World War II.
John Foster Dulles was the architect of major elements of US Foreign Policy in the Cold War era after World War II. He was the architect of the policy to oppose Communist expansion and laid the foundation for the creation of a military alliance/pact between the United States, India, and Tibet to defend Freedom, and Democracy in the occupied Land of Tibet.
The Spirits of Special Frontier Force pay tribute to this US Secretary of State for providing military assistance to Tibetan people to resist the military occupation of their Land by People's Republic of China.
The Spirits of Special Frontier Force pay tribute to this US Secretary of State for providing military assistance to Tibetan people to resist the military occupation of their Land by People’s Republic of China.

John Foster Dulles( b. February 25, 1888, Washington, D.C. – d. May 24, 1959, Washington,D.C.) was described by President Eisenhower in the following words: “He is one of the truly great men of our time.” Dulles was awarded the Medal of Freedom during May 1959 just prior to his death.

This Freedom Medal that was awarded to the US Secretary of State John Foster Dulles during May 1959 truly represents the aspirations of Tibetan people to find Freedom and Democracy in their occupied Land of Tibet. This Medal gives them the hope and encouragement to resist the military occupation by People's Republic of China.
This Freedom Medal that was awarded to the US Secretary of State John Foster Dulles during May 1959 truly represents the aspirations of Tibetan people to find Freedom and Democracy in their occupied Land of Tibet. This Medal gives them the hope and encouragement to resist the military occupation by People’s Republic of China.

Dulles belonged to a family that served the United States with great distinction and honor. His maternal grandfather, John Watson Foster served as Secretary of State under President Benjamin Harrison. His uncle, Robert Lansing was Secretary of State under President Woodrow Wilson. Dulles had specialized in international law. He was the US delegate to the San Francisco Conference that created the United Nations and he had served as the US Representative to the United Nations from 1945-1949. He negotiated Japanese Peace Treaty 1951 formally ending World War II. He formulated a policy of collective security of the US and its allies through foreign economic and military aid. He advocated the development of nuclear weapons and became a leading figure in the Cold War. In 1954, he initiated the Manila Conference which resulted in the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization(SEATO). In 1955 he initiated the Baghdad Pact later named the Central Treaty Organization(CENTO). His foreign policy was determined by his profound detestation of Communism. As an international lawyer, he strongly believed in the value of treaties. His passionate hostility to Communism was the testimony of his policy. Under his stewardship, go “to the brink” of War had become a necessary aspect of US diplomacy. When the Tibetans fought to oust the Chinese, he had initiated the Central Intelligence Agency’s Secret War in Tibet. His younger brother, Allen Welsh Dulles, 5th Director of CIA directed this military operation to establish the Tibetan Resistance Movement.

At the end of World War II, the world had faced new challenges and John Foster Dulles played a historical role to defend Freedom during the Cold War era.
At the end of World War II, the world had faced new challenges and John Foster Dulles played a historical role to defend Freedom during the Cold War era.
SECRET WAR IN TIBET by Kenneth Conboy and James Morrison, published by The University Press of Kansas provides a detailed account of the Struggle for Freedom in Tibet.
SECRET WAR IN TIBET by Kenneth Conboy and James Morrison, published by The University Press of Kansas provides a detailed account of the Struggle for Freedom in Tibet.
The quest for Freedom in Tibet. A military training Camp known as Camp Hale was established in Colorado under the supervision of CIA officers Roger E. McCarthy and John Reagan.
The quest for Freedom in Tibet. A military training Camp known as Camp Hale was established in Colorado under the supervision of CIA officers Roger E. McCarthy and John Reagan.
After a failed National Uprising of Tibetan people on March 10, 1959, The Head of the autonomous State of Tibet arrived in India and established a Tibetan Government-in-Exile with the support of the people of the United States of America.
After a failed National Uprising of Tibetan people on March 10, 1959, The Head of the autonomous State of Tibet arrived in India and established a Tibetan Government-in-Exile with the support of the people of the United States of America.

The geopolitical interests of the United States are best served by the defeat of the Chinese Communism and the achievement of Tibetan Self-Determination. The Spirits of Special Frontier Force acknowledge John Foster Dulles as the Man of Freedom, and the Champion of Liberty.

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FREEDOM IN TIBET: THE WAR AGAINST COMMUNISM. John Foster Dulles and US President Dwight D Eisenhower continued the "TRUMAN DOCTRINE" to combat Communism using military alliances and pacts.
FREEDOM IN TIBET: THE WAR AGAINST COMMUNISM. John Foster Dulles and US President Dwight D Eisenhower continued the “TRUMAN DOCTRINE” to combat Communism using military alliances and pacts.

I say the United States must support the cause of Freedom and Democracy in the occupied Land of Tibet and what do you want to say??? 

 

ESTABLISHMENT22 – WHOLE RELATION

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“GIANTS, BUT NOT HEGEMONS” BY ZBIGNIEW BRZEZINSKI IN THE NEW YORK TIMES:

Jimmy Carter prior to his nomination as a candidate for presidential election had received a full briefing from the Central Intelligence Agency. President Carter is seen with his National Security Adviser Mr. Brzezinski and both of them were fully aware of the US-India-Tibet military alliance/pact to contain the military threat posed by People's Republic of China.
Jimmy Carter prior to his nomination as a candidate for presidential election had received a full briefing from the Central Intelligence Agency. President Carter is seen with his National Security Adviser Mr. Brzezinski and both of them were fully aware of the US-India-Tibet military alliance/pact to contain the military threat posed by People’s Republic of China. This is a photo image taken in Air Force 1 during 1977.
In this photo image from 1977, National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski is seen with US President Jimmy Carter and US Secretary of State Cyrus Vance. President Carter had reversed the policy of Dr. Henry Kissinger and had issued US visa to His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama during 1979.
In this photo image from 1977, National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski is seen with US President Jimmy Carter and US Secretary of State Cyrus Vance. President Carter had reversed the policy of Dr. Henry Kissinger and had issued US visa to His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama during 1979.

Mr. Zbigniew Brzezinski had served as the National Security Adviser in the administration of James Earl Carter, Jr., 39th President of the United States(1977-1981). He had published an essay in The New York Times on February 13, 2013 to share his views about the future of the US – China relations. I have reproduced the essay and my readers may notice that Mr. Brzezinski makes no mention about the 14th Dalai Lama, the Leader of Tibetan people and does not express any particular concern about the present situation inside Tibet. Hegemonism represents a policy or the practice of a nation in aggressively expanding its influence over other countries. Historically, the People’s Republic of China has displayed its hegemonistic doctrine by its military occupation of the autonomous State of Tibet after the Communist take over of power in China. To contain the military threat posed by China’s dominance over other countries of the region, the United States had pursued a policy of providing military assistance to Tibetans who are willing to resist the military occupation of their Land. India has also recognized the threat posed by China’s hegemonism and has joined the US efforts to resist the Chinese influence in Tibet. People’s Republic of China resorted to a massive, military retaliation and had attacked India across the Himalayan frontier during October/November 1962. The War of Aggression launched by Communist China resulted in the formulation of a military alliance/pact between the United States, India, and Tibet to defend their national security interests in the region. This alliance has created a military organization called Establishment Number. 22 during 1962 under the Kennedy administration and in 1966, this military organization was given the additional name of Special Frontier Force. Following President Kennedy’s initiative, all other succeeding US Presidents have continued their support to this military organization and the United States continued its participation in its military mission. However, during 1971-72, under Nixon’s presidency, the US took advantage of the political split between the Soviet Union and China and began a policy of normalizing the US – China relations. Dr. Henry Kissinger as the National Security Adviser and later as the US Secretary of State, had pursued a policy of keeping the 14th Dalai Lama at a distance while secretly participating in the military activities of Special Frontier Force. Dr. Kissinger had insisted that no US visa would be issued to His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, the temporal, and spiritual leader of the autonomous State of Tibet. Mr. Brzezinski as the National Security Adviser continued Dr. Kissinger’s policy of blocking the 14th Dalai Lama from visiting the United States while the US maintained the military alliance/pact with India and Tibet. Thanks to Cyrus Vance, the US Secretary of State, and President Jimmy Carter, the US had issued its first visa to the 14th Dalai Lama during 1979 and since that time His Holiness the Dalai Lama has visited the United States on numerous occasions. I would not think that the United States would ignore the problem of military oppression inside Tibet. The people of Tibet recognize that they have to struggle against a superior, military power if they have to regain their natural Freedom. When the oppressor is unjust, it would be futile to try reasoning to get justice from a tyrant like Communist China. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, it may be said: “I want world sympathy in this Battle of Right against Might.” Communist China’s military occupation of Tibet can be reversed if Tibetans can overwhelm their opponent with a demand for right and just course of action. I would like to draw a comparison to the Battle of David vs Goliath described in The Old Testament Book of 1 SAMUEL, Chapter 17 to state my hope that Tibetans will prevail in this Battle of Right against Might and evict the military occupier from their Land.

US-TIBET RELATIONS: It is very surprising to read the essay published by President Jimmy Carter's National Security Adviser on the US - China relations. He makes no mention of this apparent US - Tibet relations. His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama is seen with Richard Blum, his wife, US Senator Dianne Feinstein, and former President Jimmy Carter.
US-TIBET RELATIONS: It is very surprising to read the essay published by President Jimmy Carter’s National Security Adviser on the US – China relations. He makes no mention of this apparent US – Tibet relations. His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama is seen with Richard Blum, his wife, US Senator Dianne Feinstein, and former President Jimmy Carter.
NOBLE PEACE PRIZE 2002. US President Jimmy Carter maintained a friendly relationship with the Tibetan Leader since 1979.
NOBLE PEACE PRIZE 2002. US President Jimmy Carter maintained a friendly relationship with the Tibetan Leader since 1979.

THE BATTLE OF DAVID vs GOLIATH:

THE BATTLE OF RIGHT AGAINST MIGHT. Just like David who had defeated the Philistine Champion Goliath, Tibet will prevail in its just battle against the military giant called China.
THE BATTLE OF RIGHT AGAINST MIGHT. Just like David who had defeated the Philistine Champion Goliath, Tibet will prevail in its just battle against the military giant called China.

The Old Testament Book of 1 SAMUEL, Chapter 17 gives a vivid account of this armed confrontation between Israel and the Philistine army. While Philistines encroached into Israel’s territory in Judah, they had taken a firm position at a place called Socoh. The Philistines occupied one hill and the Israelites another, with the Valley of Elah between them. Goliath was a gigantic warrior of the Philistine army. He was over eleven feet in height and for forty days he continued to openly challenge the Israeli camp to come forward and engage him in a personal combat to decide the result of the battle. David, a very young man with no military experience, who had come there to deliver some provisions to his brothers, had heard this challenge mockingly posed by Goliath. David went to face Goliath, armed with only a sling, and five smooth stones. David without any sense of fear shot a stone towards Goliath hitting him on the forehead. Goliath fell and David pulled the sword carried by Goliath to cut off his head. When the Philistines saw that their Champion was dead, they fled away conceding their defeat. David’s triumph over Goliath shows that the outcome of a fight is not controlled by the opposing sides’ military strength.

GANDHI'S APPEAL FOR SYMPATHY FOR HIS BATTLE - A STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE
GANDHI’S APPEAL FOR SYMPATHY FOR HIS BATTLE – A STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE. THE STRUGGLE OF TIBETAN PEOPLE FOR FREEDOM AND JUSTICE DESERVES THE SAME SYMPATHY.

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“Giants, but Not Hegemons”

By ZBIGNIEW BRZEZINSKI,

His most recent book is “Strategic Vision: America and the Crisis of Global Power.”
Published: February 13, 2013, NY times

WASHINGTON — Today, many fear that the emerging American-Chinese duopoly must inevitably lead to conflict.
But I do not believe that wars for global domination are a serious prospect in what is now the Post-Hegemonic Age.

Admittedly, the historical record is dismal. Since the onset of global politics 200 years ago, four long wars (including the Cold War) were fought over the domination of Europe, each of which could have resulted in global hegemony by a sole superpower.

Yet several developments over recent years have changed the equation. Nuclear weapons make hegemonic wars too destructive, and thus victory meaningless. One-sided national economic triumphs cannot be achieved in the increasingly interwoven global economy without precipitating calamitous consequences for everyone. Further, the populations of the world have awakened politically and are not so easily subdued, even by the most powerful. Last but not least, neither the United States nor China is driven by hostile ideologies.

Moreover, despite our very different political systems, both our societies are, in different ways, open. That, too, offsets pressure from within each respective society toward animus and hostility. More than 100,000 Chinese are students at American universities, and thousands of young Americans study and work in China or participate in special study or travel programs. Unlike in the former Soviet Union, millions of Chinese regularly travel abroad. And millions of young Chinese are in daily touch with the world through the Internet.

All this contrasts greatly with the societal self-isolation of the 19th- and 20th-century contestants for global power, which intensified grievances, escalated hostility and made it easier to demonize the one another.

Nonetheless, we cannot entirely ignore the fact that the hopeful expectation in recent years of an amicable American-Chinese relationship has lately been tested by ever more antagonistic polemics, especially in the media of both sides. This has been fueled in part by speculation about America’s allegedly inevitable decline and about China’s relentless, rapid rise.

Pessimism about America’ future tends to underestimate its capacity for self-renewal. Exuberant optimists about China’s inevitable pre-eminence underestimate the gap that still separates China from America — whether in G.D.P. per capita terms or in respective technological capabilities.

Paradoxically, China’s truly admirable economic success is now intensifying the systemic need for complex social and political adjustments in how and to what extent a ruling bureaucracy that defines itself as communist can continue to direct a system of state capitalism with a rising middle class seeking more rights.

Simplistic agitation regarding the potential Chinese military threat to America ignores the benefits that the U.S. also derives from its very favorable geostrategic location on the open shores of two great oceans as well as from its trans-oceanic allies on all sides.

In contrast, China is geographically encircled by not always friendly states and has very few, if any, allies. On occasion, some of China’s neighbors are tempted by this circumstance to draw the U.S. into support of their specific claims or conflicts of interest against China. Fortunately, there are signs that a consensus is emerging that such threats should not be resolved unilaterally or militarily, but through negotiation.

Matters have been not helped by the American media’s characterization of the Obama administration’s relative rebalancing of focus toward Asia as a “pivot” (a word never used by the president) with military connotations. In fact, the new effort was only meant to be a constructive reaffirmation of the unchanged reality that the U.S. is both a Pacific and Atlantic power.

Taking all this into account, the real threat to a stable U.S.-China relationship does not arise from any hostile intentions on the part of either country, but from the disturbing possibility that a revitalized Asia may slide into the kind of nationalistic fervor that precipitated conflicts in 20th-century Europe over resources, territory or power.

There are plenty of potential flash points: North Korea vs. South Korea, China vs. Japan, China vs. India, or India vs. Pakistan. The danger is that if governments incite or allow nationalistic fervor as a kind of safety valve it can spin out of control.

In such a potentially explosive context, U.S. political and economic involvement in Asia can be a crucially needed stabilizing factor. Indeed, America’s current role in Asia should be analogous to Britain’s role in 19th-century Europe as an “off-shore” balancing influence with no entanglements in the region’s rivalries and no attempt to attain domination over the region.

To be effective, constructive and strategically sensitive U.S. engagement in Asia must not be based solely on existing alliances with Japan and South Korea. Engagement must also mean institutionalizing U.S.- Chinese cooperation.

Accordingly, America and China should deliberately not let their economic competition turn into political hostility. Mutual engagement bilaterally and multilaterally — and not reciprocal exclusion — is what is needed. For example, the U.S. ought not seek a “trans-Pacific partnership” without China, and China should not seek a Regional Comprehensive Economic Pact without the U.S.

History can avoid repeating the calamitous conflicts of the 20th century if America is present in Asia as stabilizer — not a would-be policeman — and if China becomes the preeminent, but not domineering, power in the region.

In January 2011, President Obama and now-departing Chinese President Hu Jintao met and issued a communique boldly detailing joint undertakings and proposing to build a historically unprecedented partnership between America and China. With Obama reelected and Xi Jinping preparing to take over China’s presidency in March, the two leaders should meet to revalidate and re-energize the U.S.-China relationship. Whether this relationship is vital and robust, or weak and full of suspicion, will affect the whole world.

Zbigniew Brzezinski was national security adviser to President Jimmy Carter.
His most recent book is “Strategic Vision: America and the Crisis of Global Power.”

THE US - TIBET RELATIONS: During the Cold War era, the National Security Adviser had an important role to contain the global threat posed by Communism. The US - China relations have improved primarily to contain the threat posed by the Soviet Union. At the same time, the US continued its support to its allies like Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and India, and it included a secret partnership with Tibet.
THE US – TIBET RELATIONS: During the Cold War era, the National Security Adviser had an important role to contain the global threat posed by Communism. The US – China relations have improved primarily to contain the threat posed by the Soviet Union. At the same time, the US continued its support to its allies like Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and India, and it included a secret partnership with Tibet.
1977. President Jimmy Carter with National Security Adviser. The era of Dr. Henry Kissinger was over and the Secretary of State regained the full responsibility of his office.
1977. President Jimmy Carter with National Security Adviser. The era of Dr. Henry Kissinger was over and the Secretary of State regained the full responsibility of his office.

 

While Mr. Brzezinski was the National Security Adviser, the US revoked the policy of Dr. Henry Kissinger and issued a visa to the 14th Dalai Lama, the Tibetan Leader and  a partner of the US-India-Tibet military alliance/pact.
While Mr. Brzezinski was the National Security Adviser, the US revoked the policy of Dr. Henry Kissinger and issued a visa to the 14th Dalai Lama, the Tibetan Leader and a partner of the US-India-Tibet military alliance/pact.
During the presidency of Jimmy Carter, the Secretary of State, Cyrus Vance took full charge of the US foreign policy.
During the presidency of Jimmy Carter, the Secretary of State, Cyrus Vance took full charge of the US foreign policy.
During the presidency of Jimmy Carter, the Secretary of Defence, Harold Brown assumed control of the defence policy and maintained the military alliance/pact with India and Tibet.
During the presidency of Jimmy Carter, the Secretary of Defence, Harold Brown assumed control of the defence policy and maintained the military alliance/pact with India and Tibet.

 

 

 

WHOLE SPIRITUALITY – WHOLE COURAGE

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Gandhi during the Salt March, March 1930. Fran...
Gandhi during the Salt March, March 1930. Français : Gandhi pendant la Marche du Sel, mars 1930. मराठी: महात्मा गांधी दांडी यात्रेत. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

WHOLE DUDE – WHOLE COURAGE :

Courage is a virtue based upon an ability to stand firm against pain and danger. The concept of ‘Whole Courage’ may include the courage to do what one thinks is right and just and it calls for the courage of one’s convictions based upon Truth and Action that  involves the use of right means to achieve the right purpose.

 

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi(1869-1948) is popularly known as Mahatma Gandhi. This Indian political and spiritual leader is regarded as the Father of Independent India.He described his fight with mighty British Empire as "The Battle of Right against Might."

 

Mahatma Gandhi joined the Nationalist Movement for Indian Freedom during 1915 and began working for Indian Independence from Great Britain. He became a proponent of ‘Satyagraha’ or Passive Resistance to express a truthful revulsion and to abjure injustice. Mahatma challenged the mighty British Empire with a Battle Strategy of his own. In conventional warfare, physical force is used to overwhelm the opponent and the opponent is either killed or subdued to surrender his power and authority. Mahatma’s Battle Strategy of Nonviolence and Non-cooperation involved overwhelming the opponent with a demand for right and just course of action and the opponent is given the full opportunity to decide and choose his own response to the demand for justice. During March  1930, he had attacked the unjust British Rule in a Battle which he described as “The Battle of Right against Might.” On the morning of March 12, 1930, Gandhi and about 78 of his followers had started marching from Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad toward the village of Dandi on the Arabian Sea. This action was taken to oppose the British law that had imposed tax on salt. This ‘Salt March’ ( March 12 to April 06, 1930) is popularly described as ‘Dandi March’ or ‘Salt Satyagraha’. It was one of Mahatma’s most successful campaigns in the Indian Nationalist Movement for Freedom. The British government buckled under the pressure and revoked the tax imposed on salt. Eventually, the unjust British Rule in India was overthrown in 1947 and the British conceded the demand for Freedom.

http://bhavanajagat.com/2010/03/09/the-battle-of-right-against-might/

I say, Whole Courage is about doing the right thing in the right way and what do you want to say??? Kindly share your thoughts and views.

SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE – WHOLE HAPPINESS

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This Flag symbolizes the Identity of Tibetan Spirit and its quest for Freedom

 

His Holiness Dalai Lama celebrated 74th birthday on Monday, July 6, at  New Delhi. We continue to pray for his good health. He symbolizes the hopes, the dreams, and the aspirations of Tibetan people who desire to preserve their religion, and their Cultural Identity.   

His Holiness Dalai Lama   

I had an opportunity to work with some young Tibetan men and women. Some of these young men had given their lives in the hope of liberating their Land of Tibet. I am a witness to their deaths and the sacrifice they made. I wish H.H. Dalai Lama ‘Many Happy Returns of the Day’ on their behalf. They are gone but not forgotten. As per my proposition, “I am Consciousness, therefore I am”, I am not only a Conscious entity, these Tibetan Souls that I represent continue to live and exist in my Consciousness.  

Please also read the related blog post titled ‘The problem of Tibet – Evict the occupier’. 

http://bhavanajagat.wordpress.com/2010/07/06/the-problem-of-tibet-evict-the-occupier/  

Dr. R. Rudra Narasimham,   

Kurnool Medical College, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India,   

M.B.B.S., Class of April, 1970.