THE NEW AXIS OF EVIL POWERS OF ASIA

THE NEW AXIS OF EVIL POWERS OF ASIA

The Red Dragon is leading the new axis of evil powers of Asia.

In my analysis, the Evil Red Empire of Asia is forging relations with other nations to formulate the New Axis of Evil Powers to usher the era of Neocolonialism to ruthlessly exploit the natural resources of Asia undermining the ideals of Democracy, Freedom, Peace, and Justice in their occupied territories.

The new axis of evil powers of Asia.

Rudra Narasimham Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162 USA
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The new axis of evil powers of Asia.

China raises alarm over Kashmir with Tibet and Xinjiang in mind

Beijing backs Pakistan, asserting its interests as India strips region of its autonomy

FARHAN BOKHARI, Contributing writerAUGUST 11, 2019 12:03 JST

India’s Kashmir facing the threat of the new axis of evil powers of Asia.


Indian security force personnel stand guard outside a mosque during restrictions following the scrapping of the special constitutional status for Kashmir by the Indian government, in Jammu on Aug. 9. © Reuters
ISLAMABAD — China is asserting its interests in the disputed Kashmir region after the Indian government decided to end special status for the country’s Muslim-majority Kashmir province, and Pakistan has turned to its old friend to block the move.

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi arrived in Beijing on Friday for consultations with what he called a “trusted friend,” within a day of Islamabad’s decision to order the Indian ambassador to leave the country.

The change of status for Kashmir will in future allow any Indian nationals to buy property in the largely mountainous province, potentially laying the groundwork for Hindus to move in, and Kashmir to become a Muslim-minority region.

But, as Western diplomats told the Nikkei Asian Review, China has additional reasons to become alarmed over events in Kashmir, notably the division of the province into three portions and the creation of a new administrative zone for Ladakh near the Chinese border. The region has a sizable number of Buddhists, whose presence on China’s border will reinforce India’s support for the Buddhist community, analysts argue in gauging the motive behind China’s reaction.

“For the Chinese, the presence of yet another Buddhist area on their border will raise a major concern,” said one Western diplomat in Islamabad who spoke to the Nikkei on condition of anonymity. The diplomat said that such an outcome of ongoing tension in Kashmir eventually promises to deepen the footprint of Tibetan Buddhists led by the Dalai Lama — an anti-Beijing force that has been hosted by India for decades.

“For China, it is vital to try to reverse India’s move. There is too much at stake for Beijing,” added a senior Pakistani government official who spoke to the Nikkei shortly after Foreign Minister Qureshi landed in Beijing on Friday.

Pakistan’s leaders, notably Prime Minister Imran Khan, have publicly condemned the end to Kashmir’s special status on the grounds that the change will eventually alter the region’s Muslim identity.

“Pakistan’s concern is that there is now going to be a push by India to change the reality of a Muslim majority in Kashmir to a Muslim minority,” said retired Lieutenant General Abdul Qayyum, a former Pakistan army commander and now a member of the Senate, or upper house of parliament. In an interview with Nikkei, General Qayyum said that China has stepped into the fray with two of its own concerns.

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The new axis of evil powers of Asia.

Supporters of the Tehrik-e-Labaik Pakistan (TLP) Islamic political party chant slogans as they wave flags during a rally to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir, in Lahore, Pakistan, on Aug. 9. © Reuters

“As you can see, the Chinese have opposed the Indian move. Specifically, the Chinese are concerned over the Indian move that will create a separate region with a sizable number of Buddhists,” he said, referring to a new identity for Ladakh under the Indian constitutional change.

For China, such a development will potentially encourage other communities, notably Uighur Muslims in the western Xinjiang province, to renew their push for greater autonomy and possibly independence from Beijing, analysts said.

China’s other concern, according to General Qayyum, relates to the security of China’s investments made under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor in Pakistan. “The CPEC route aims to connect western China with the Gwadar port [in southern Pakistan]. This is a sizable investment by China in Pakistan, where China would like to protect its investments,” added General Qayyum.

China plans to eventually spend more than $60 billion on CPEC projects in Pakistan, according to figures repeatedly put out by Pakistan’s government.

One minister in Khan’s government told Nikkei that events in Kashmir following the change of status, have created a major security risk with implications beyond just India and Pakistan.

“In February, we had the Pulwama incident and very quickly that made many countries quite worried about the risk of war between two countries armed with nuclear weapons,” he said, referring to a military escalation between India and Pakistan earlier this year, after a terrorist attack in the part of Kashmir controlled by India. The event became a pretext for India to order an airstrike on an alleged militant training camp in Pakistan.

Independent accounts later confirmed that the location bombed by Indian fighter planes was a deserted place on a mountainside with no visible signs of hosting a camp of any kind. The Indian attack was quickly followed by a Pakistan Air Force strike that led to the destruction of two Indian Air Force fighter planes and the capture of an Indian air force pilot, according to the Pakistani government.

“Major powers have reason to be worried about rising tensions between two countries armed with nuclear weapons,” added the Western diplomat who spoke to the Nikkei. He concluded that “China is located close to India and Pakistan. It (China) must have good reason to be worried about instability in its immediate neighborhood.”

The new axis of evil powers of Asia.

For Foreign Minister Qureshi, choosing Beijing as his first stopover after Pakistan scaled-down relations with India was likely driven by China’s anxiety over the future of Kashmir.

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LADAKH, THE BATTLEFIELD TO TEST THE US-INDIA-TIBET ALLIANCE

LADAKH, THE BATTLEFIELD TO TEST THE US-INDIA-TIBET ALLIANCE

Ladakh, the Battlefield to test the US-India-Tibet Alliance.

In my analysis, the importance of Ladakh lies in its value as the Battlefield to test the US-India-Tibet Alliance.

Rudra Narasimham Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48104-4162. USA
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Ladakh: the good, bad and ugly sides to India’s ‘Little Tibet’, high in the Himalayas

  • A new tunnel will provide year-round access to an area usually cut off by snow for seven months of the year
  • Even without it, Ladakh’s resources and environment are already being stretched to breaking point
Tim Pile

Tim Pile

Published: 1:45 pm, 1 Aug 2019

Pangong Tso, the highest salt lake in India. Photo: Shutterstock
Ladakh, the Battlefield to test the US-India-Tibet Alliance.

Pangong Tso, the highest salt lake in India. Photo: Shutterstock

The good

Known as Little Tibet due to a shared cultural and religious heritage, Ladakh (now, Union Territory of India) in the Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir, is about the size of England, with a population similar in number to that of the Hong Kong district of Wan Chai.

The name derives from “la dags” meaning “land of mountain passes” and it’s a region characterized by high-altitude desert hemmed in by the mighty Himalayan and Karakoram ranges.

Cut off from the rest of the country by snow for seven months of the year, India’s northernmost region comes alive in summer. Deserts with the texture of eczema are lubricated by rivers swollen with snowmelt and the run-off from dazzling turquoise lakes.

To reach Ladakh overland involves a journey along one of the world’s highest altitude roads. Photo: Tim Pile
Ladakh, the Battlefield to test the US-India-Tibet Alliance.


To reach Ladakh overland involves a journey along one of the world’s highest altitude roads. Photo: Tim Pile

Shaven-headed monks emerge from brilliant-white monasteries and squint in the piercing sunlight. Talking of which, Ladakh will soon be home to the world’s largest single-location solar photovoltaic plant.

It could certainly do with the extra energy – tourism is booming and has brought tangible economic benefits. In all, 327,366 people visited the city of Leh in 2018, a whopping 50,000 increase on the previous year.

The former royal palace in Leh.
Ladakh, the Battlefield to test the US-India-Tibet Alliance.


The former royal palace in Leh.

Many arrive in the state capital after completing one of the world’s great road trips. The 475km journey from Manali, in neighboring Himachal Pradesh, takes travelers between razor-sharp peaks and over high passes, including the 5,359-metre Khardung La, along one of the highest paved roads in the world.

The drive will become easier next year with the completion of the Rohtang Tunnel, a trans-Himalayan short cut that will reduce travel times and ensure year-round connectivity to Ladakh. A long-awaited railway line from Bilaspur to Manali and Leh will further open up the pristine region by 2022.

In another boost to the tourism sector, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated five new trekking routes during a visit to Leh in February.

Two locals, one with a Buddhist prayer wheel. Photo: Tim Pile
Ladakh, the Battlefield to test the US-India-Tibet Alliance.


Two locals, one with a Buddhist prayer wheel. Photo: Tim Pile

Before heading onto the mountain trails, get a feel for Leh by visiting the former royal palace. The 17th-century structure was modeled on the Potala Palace, in Tibet, and offers panoramic views of the dusty, medieval-looking settlement.

Besides its temples, markets, and monasteries, Leh is a city to observe and absorb. Pick a cafe, order a cup of yak-butter tea, relax and let the sights, smells, noise and color wash over you. Ladakh’s position at the crossroads of ancient trade routes can be seen in the weathered faces of its inhabitants. Kashmiri merchants rub shoulders with shepherds and Tibetan monks haggle with Punjabi businessmen.

The best-known of Ladakh’s attractions is a six-hour drive from Leh. Pangong Tso is the highest salt lake in India. The beauty spot draws movie buffs and Instagram­mers keen to see where the final scene of 2009 Bollywood blockbuster 3 Idiots was filmed.

Leh is a city of temples, and culturally close to Tibet in China. Photo: Tim Pile
Ladakh, the Battlefield to test the US-India-Tibet Alliance.


Leh is a city of temples, and culturally close to Tibet. Photo: Tim Pile

Next stop should be the spectacular Nubra Valley. Herders populate the high desert in summer, their yaks grazing near the snowline while tourists sign up for Bactrian camel safaris on the sand dunes of Hunder village, once a Silk Road staging post.

The bad

The farming of barley, wheat, and vegetables happen in a hurry hereabouts. No sooner are crops sown in the thin Ladakhi soil than winter starts drawing in and the ground becomes frozen solid for months on end. It’s enough to make villagers throw in the towel and head for the bright lights of Leh. That’s where fortunes are made, after all.

Except they’re not. Well, not for most Ladakhis anyway. The aforementioned tangible economic benefits accrue only to a small group of tour operators, hotel owners, and merchants, many of whom are from elsewhere in India and come to Leh solely for the tourist season.

A traffic jam at Khardung La. Photo: Tim Pile
Ladakh, the Battlefield to test the US-India-Tibet Alliance.


A traffic jam at Khardung La. Photo: Tim Pile

Subsistence farmers, who make up most of the popula­tion, have seen little improvement in their living conditions but are left to deal with the negative social, environmental and psychological impact of Ladakh’s change from an economy based on self-reliance to one driven by external market forces.

Writer and filmmaker Helena Norberg-Hodge feels the West has much to learn from the traditional Ladakhi way of life in terms of sustainability, diet, family values, and overall happiness. But instead, waves of wealthy outsiders descend on the pre-indus­trial region and leave locals, particularly the younger generation, feeling self-con­scious, backward and poor.

Tourism industry wages aren’t anywhere near enough for them to emulate the high consumption habits of rich visitors, so illegal means are adopted. Theft, once unheard of in Ladakh, has become a problem, as have children pestering people for money.

Feral cattle graze on rubbish left on the street. Photo: Shutterstock
Ladakh, the Battlefield to test the US-India-Tibet Alliance.


Feral cattle graze on rubbish left on the street. Photo: Shutterstock

An estimated 30,000 plastic water bottles are dumped in Leh every day. Like nearly everything else, they were trucked in across the Himalayas from thousands of kilometers away. Then there’s the diesel emitted from cars idling in traffic jams at Khardung La and other high-altitude bottlenecks.

The new Rohtang Tunnel will enable ever more sightseers to reach Ladakh but does little to suggest an enlightened model of sustainable travel is on the cards.

In recent years there has been a surge in the number of domestic tourists drawn up from the baking Indian plains by the snow-capped scenery that appears in television advertisements and Bollywood block­busters. In fact, 3 Idiots may end up being responsible for more damage to Ladakh’s environment than almost anything else.

A van negotiates a road fringed by deep snow. Diminishing snowfall is evidence of the impact of climate change in Ladakh. Photo: Tim Pile
Ladakh, the Battlefield to test the US-India-Tibet Alliance.


A van negotiates a road fringed by deep snow. Diminishing snowfall is evidence of the impact of climate change in Ladakh. Photo: Tim Pile

Almost. The effects of global climate breakdown are increasingly evident in the ecologically fragile Himalayas – just ask the locals. Ladakhis say they have never witnessed such erratic climatic conditions. Flash floods caused by short but heavy downpours are worrying enough, but a pattern of diminishing snowfall and resulting drought has more serious long-term implications.

The glacier on which Leh depends is predicted to melt completely within five or six years and hoteliers are already drilling boreholes in search of elusive groundwater.

The shortage isn’t helped by the rush to modernize. Replacing traditional dry toilets with Western flush systems places greater demands on scarce water resources, for example. As engineer and educator Sonam Wangchuk puts it: “If people from the big cities live simply, then people in the mountains could simply live.”

The ugly

An Air India plane approaches Leh airport. Photo: Shutterstock
Ladakh, the Battlefield to test the US-India-Tibet Alliance.


An Air India plane approaches Leh airport. Photo: Shutterstock

Fly, rather than take the bus, to Leh (3,500 meters above sea level), and the thumping headaches, dehydration and general lethargy that accompany altitude sickness will begin as soon as you reach the baggage carousel. You’ll need to rest for a day or two while the symptoms subside.

The cafes are OK but I’d steer clear of the yak-butter tea. Unless it’s for a bet.

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REMEMBERING AUGUST 08, 1974 – I AM A REFUGEE. A SLAVE IN FREE NATION

REMEMBERING AUGUST 08, 1974 – NIXON RESIGNS

REMEMBERING AUGUST 08, 1974 – NIXON RESIGNS. I AM A REFUGEE. A SLAVE IN FREE NATION.

On August 08, 1974, I was stationed at Military Hospital Wing, Headquarters Establishment Number. 22, C/O 56 APO, of Special Frontier Force. Because of my lifetime regimental affiliation to Special Frontier Force, Nixon/Kissinger lives in my memory for his actions providing aid and comfort to Enemy while we dedicated our lives to secure Democracy, Freedom, Peace, and Justice in Occupied Tibet.

REMEMBERING AUGUST 08, 1974 – NIXON RESIGNS. I AM A REFUGEE. A SLAVE IN FREE NATION.

In my analysis, Nixon-Kissinger Vietnam Treason predetermined my Refugee Status, the Status of a Slave living in a Free Nation.

Rudra Narasimham Rebbapragada

Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162 USA

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THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 08/08/1974 – NIXON RESIGNS 

Remembering August 08, 1974 – Nixon Resigns. I am a Refugee. A SLAVE IN FREE NATION.

On this day in 1974, on an evening televised address, President Richard M. Nixon announces his intention to become the first president in American history to resign. With impeachment proceedings underway against him for his involvement in the Watergate affair, Nixon was finally bowing to pressure from the public and Congress to leave the White House. “By taking this action,” he said in a solemn address from the Oval Office, “I hope that I will have hastened the start of the process of healing which is so desperately needed in America.”

NIXON RESIGNS

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In an evening televised address, President Richard M. Nixon announces his intention to become the first president in American history to resign. With impeachment proceedings underway against him for his involvement in the Watergate affair, Nixon was finally bowing to pressure from the public and Congress to leave the White House. “By taking this action,” he said in a solemn address from the Oval Office, “I hope that I will have hastened the start of the process of healing which is so desperately needed in America.”

Just before noon the next day, Nixon officially ended his term as the 37th president of the United States. Before departing with his family in a helicopter from the White House lawn, he smiled farewell and enigmatically raised his arms in a victory or peace salute. The helicopter door was then closed, and the Nixon family began their journey home to San Clemente, California. Minutes later, Vice President Gerald R. Ford was sworn in as the 38th president of the United States in the East Room of the White House. After taking the oath of office, President Ford spoke to the nation in a television address, declaring, “My fellow Americans, our long national nightmare is over.” He later pardoned Nixon for any crimes he may have committed while in office, explaining that he wanted to end the national divisions created by the Watergate scandal.

On June 17, 1972, five men, including a salaried security coordinator for President Nixon’s reelection committee, were arrested for breaking into and illegally wiretapping the Democratic National Committee headquarters in the Washington, D.C., Watergate complex. Soon after, two other former White House aides were implicated in the break-in, but the Nixon administration denied any involvement. Later that year, reporters Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward of The Washington Post discovered a higher-echelon conspiracy surrounding the incident, and a political scandal of unprecedented magnitude erupted.

In May 1973, the Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, headed by Senator Sam Ervin of North Carolina, began televised proceedings on the rapidly escalating Watergate affair. One week later, Harvard law professor Archibald Cox was sworn in as special Watergate prosecutor. During the Senate hearings, former White House legal counsel John Dean testified that the Watergate break-in had been approved by former Attorney General John Mitchell with the knowledge of White House advisers John Ehrlichman and H.R. Haldeman and that President Nixon had been aware of the cover-up. Meanwhile, Watergate prosecutor Cox and his staff began to uncover widespread evidence of political espionage by the Nixon reelection committee, illegal wiretapping of thousands of citizens by the administration, and contributions to the Republican Party in return for political favors.

In July, the existence of what was to be called the Watergate tapes–official recordings of White House conversations between Nixon and his staff–was revealed during the Senate hearings. Cox subpoenaed these tapes, and after three months of delay President Nixon agreed to send summaries of the recordings. Cox rejected the summaries, and Nixon fired him. His successor as special prosecutor, Leon Jaworski, leveled indictments against several high-ranking administration officials, including Mitchell and Dean, who were duly convicted.

Public confidence in the president rapidly waned, and by the end of July 1974, the House Judiciary Committee had adopted three articles of impeachment against President Nixon: obstruction of justice, abuse of presidential powers, and hindrance of the impeachment process. On July 30, under coercion from the Supreme Court, Nixon finally released the Watergate tapes. On August 5, transcripts of the recordings were released, including a segment in which the president was heard instructing Haldeman to order the FBI to halt the Watergate investigation. Three days later, Nixon announced his resignation.

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1968 Nixon and Agnew receive the Republican Party nomination

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1973 Vice President Agnew under attack
Vice President Agnew branded reports that he took kickbacks from government contracts in Maryland as “damned lies.” Agnew had taken a lot of heat in the media when he assumed a leadership position as Nixon’s point man on Vietnam. He frequently attacked the student protest movement.

Remembering August 08, 1974. Nixon Resigns. I am a Refugee. A Slave in Free Nation.

WHOLE DUDE-WHOLE TIME-WHOLE JOB-WHOLE LIFE

WHOLE DUDE-WHOLE TIME-WHOLE JOB-WHOLE LIFE

WHAT DO YOU DO FOR YOUR LIVING? I LIVE ON WHOLE FOOD.

WHOLE DUDE WHOLE TIME-WHOLE JOB-WHOLE LIFE. NOT PART-TIME, NOT TEMPORARY, NOT SEASONAL, AND NOT FULL-TIME. I LIVE ON WHOLE FOOD. We’re growing something good and we want you to be part of it. If you’re ready to make a difference, bring your Whole Self to Whole Foods. Whole Dude-Whole Time makes the Whole Difference.

On Tuesday, the Sixth Day of August 2019, I coined the phrase ‘WHOLE DUDE-WHOLE TIME’ to answer the question, “What do you do for Your Living?” I live on Whole Food to do the Whole Job during my Whole Life.

In my analysis, I cannot be classified either as White-Collar, or Blue-Collar Worker. I cannot be described as Part-Time, Temporary, Seasonal, or Full-Time Employee of any entity that provides the earnings, or wages in exchange for any mental or physical work performed by my human body. To live as Whole Dude is a Whole Time Job.

Whole Dude, Whole Man, Whole Person , or “WHOLE SELF”works Whole Time during his Whole Life, from the moment of his conception until his death, by performing the Whole Job called as Cellular Respiration even when he watches TV relaxing on his couch or even when he is snoring, fast asleep in his bed.

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) does not define full-time employment or part-time employment. This is a matter generally to be determined by the employer. Whether an employee is considered full-time or part-time does not change the application of the FLSA, nor does it affect the application of the Service Contract Act or Davis-Bacon and Related Acts wage and fringe benefit requirements.

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Rudi Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162 USA
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WHOLE DUDE-WHOLE TIME-WHOLE DIFFERENCE

I ask my readers to totally avoid the narrow perspective of your School Education while you attempt your own Self-Discovery. You should submit to God and search for the Human Identity created by God. I am not saying that you should just give up your present Identity either in terms of your language, religion, gender, culture and etc., I am asking you to step outside the “BOX.” I am not asking you to compromise your human aspirations for political rights. The Identity given by God is not bound by our nationality or citizenship status.

I ask you to learn the correct manner in which you answer the basic questions about Life and Living. What do you for your living? The answer does not require your nationality, citizenship status, your race, your gender, your educational experience, and not even your occupational history. When you recognize God as the Supreme Controller, the Supreme Sustainer, and the Supreme Maintainer of Life on planet Earth, you will find a perspective different from all other human perspectives.

WHAT DO YOU DO FOR LIVING? I LIVE ON WHOLE FOOD WHOLE TIME.

This blog post is dedicated to Goddess Sarasvati, the Goddess of Pure Knowledge and Perfect Wisdom. The question, “What do you do for Living” must be answered by attaching meaning to terms such as ‘Life’, and ‘Living’ using the information provided by Science. If the human Subject called “I” is existing, it has to be accounted for by the description of work or job performed to maintain or sustain the fact of its existence.

Living as the Whole Dude is a Whole Time Whole Job for Whole Life.

Goddess Sarasvati symbolizes the pursuit of Knowledge and Wisdom and helps me to define Life as Knowledge in Action.

Whole Job-Whole Life. What are Living Functions?

Whole Dude-Whole Time. Living as the Whole Dude is a Whole Time Whole Job for Whole Life.

Spirituality Science. What do you do for Living? THE PROCESS, THE MECHANISM CALLED CELLULAR RESPIRATION IS NOT LEARNED OR ACQUIRED EXPERIENCE. NO SPIRITUAL TEACHER, NO SPIRITUAL MASTER, AND NO SPIRITUAL GUIDE CAN IMPLANT THIS KNOWLEDGE IN MAN. At a fundamental level, the Living System called man is thermodynamically unstable and it means that the System demands a constant supply of energy from an external source. The process or the mechanism called ‘Cellular Respiration’ is involved in energy acquisition, energy manipulation, energy transformation, and energy expenditure involved in the performance of the numerous Living Functions that establish the fact of the Living Thing existing in its given environment at any given place and time.

Whole Dude-Whole Time. Living as the Whole Dude is a Whole Time Job for Whole Life.

THE LIVING CELL IS THERMODYNAMICALLY UNSTABLE. TO EXIST, THE LIVING CELL NEEDS CONTINUOUS SUPPLY OF MATTER AND ENERGY FROM ITS EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT. PROTOPLASM OR CYTOPLASM USES THE POWER OF NUTRITION TO ACQUIRE MATTER AND ENERGY FROM ITS EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT AND ENABLES THE LIVING CELL TO PERFORM A VARIETY OF LIVING FUNCTIONS CALLED METABOLISM.

The Knowledge Theory vs The Living Functions:

Whole Dude-Whole Time. Living as the Whole Dude is a Whole Time Job for Whole Life.

Spirituality Science. What do you do for Living? Many important biological processes involve Redox or Oxidation and Reduction Chemical Reactions. These chemical reactions reveal a dynamic process that is the characteristic of both Life and Death. If Life is explained by a series of chemical reactions, the same process continues into Death. I ask my readers to carefully examine the role of Knowledge in the performance of human living functions. The man exists in the physical world, not on account of learned experience, or acquired Knowledge which he may use in the performance of actions that relate to his social occupation that provides him with earnings or income with which he caters for his physiological needs like food, water, clothing, and housing. Man’s physical and mental work is not the ultimate basis of his existence. For example, the man has no direct sensory awareness of the numerous Redox or Oxidation and Reduction Chemical Reactions involved in the dynamic process called Life and Death.

WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE?

Knowledge is defined as the act, fact, or state of knowing a range of information. The act of knowing requires knowledge or information relevant to a particular act. The state of knowledge describes the condition that characterizes an object in which such knowledge or information exists. If knowledge is defined as a fact of knowing some information, it describes a clear perception, or understanding, or awareness, or cognizance of information that pertains to that fact. Knowledge can only exist, can only be found in an object which has the abilities of perception, understanding, awareness, or cognition. In other words, knowledge is an attribute of the act, fact, or state of living. A living object is the seat of knowledge and the presence of knowledge could be verified or detected in any of the actions or activities of that living matter. The act of living requires a state or condition of knowing information relevant to sustaining life’s functions.

Whole Dude-Whole Time. Living as the Whole Dude is a Whole Time Job for Whole Life.

If the human brain or mind is viewed as the Seat of Knowledge, hands, and feet, or the muscles used in vocalization are the sites where Knowledge is transformed into Action. In common usage, the word knowledge is used to describe all that has been perceived or grasped by the human brain or mind. The learning, the body of facts, principles, etc., accumulated by man is stated as his knowledge. The state of knowing becomes evident only when knowledge is transformed into action. The man displays knowledge in the use of his hands and feet in the performance of his actions. Man can communicate his knowledge in his speech, in his writings, and in his use of a variety of tools, instruments, gadgets, and machines. If the human brain or mind is viewed as the seat of knowledge, hands, and feet, or the muscles used in vocalization are the sites where knowledge is transformed into action. Knowledge involves receiving/storing information at one site and using that information in the performance of action at a different site. The ability and the quality of a man’s function reflect upon his state of knowledge relative to that function. Knowledge is verified during its application to perform a function. This concept or understanding of knowledge in action could also be used in the context of describing functions at the cellular level.

Whole Dude-Whole Time. Living as the Whole Dude is a Whole Time Job for Whole Life.

The Da Vinci Telerobotic Surgical System permits the surgeon to perform an operation on a patient from a remote site. The mechanical robotic arm could perform tasks with great precision while it has no knowledge of its own. While information can be found in books, in writings, in speech/ speech recordings, and etc., it should not be described as knowledge. A robotic, mechanical arm could perform tasks with great precision while it has no knowledge of its own. Knowledge, awareness, and ability to use information exist only as an attribute of life or as an act of living.

WHAT IS LIFE? LIFE IS KNOWLEDGE IN ACTION:

Whole Dude-Whole Time. Living as the Whole Dude is a Whole Time Job for Whole Life.
Whole Dude-Whole Time. Living as the Whole Dude is a Whole Time, Whole Job for Whole Life.
Whole Dude-Whole Time. Living as the Whole Dude is a Whole Time Whole Job. for Whole Life
Whole Dude-Whole Time. Living as the Whole Dude is a Whole Time Whole Job for Whole Life.
Whole Dude-Whole Time. Living as the Whole Dude is a Whole Time Whole Job for Whole Life.
Whole Dude-Whole Time. Living as the Whole Dude is a Whole Time Whole Job for Whole Life.

Anatomy of Plant Cell clearly illustrates that Life exists because of the establishment of Knowledge, the source of Information for a variety of biological functions. Both Bacterial(Prokaryotic), Animal, and Plant(Eukaryotic) Cells share similar Characteristics. The Living Cell functions by application of the information contained in its genetic material. Use of information to perform action describes the Knowing and it represents Knowledge in Action. Virus particles composed of Nucleic Acids either RNA or DNA within a case of Protein, in it’s Free State the Virus particle behaves like Inert matter and when it infects living cells of plants, animals, or bacteria the Virus starts replicating using the Chemical Energy and Nucleic Acid synthesizing abilities of the host Cell. The Application of Knowledge in Viral Replication is very interesting. The Structure of the Influenza Virus reveals its Functional Organization. Each function involves the application of Knowledge. This Knowledge is derived from its hereditary information. The Virus exists because of genetic material which provides it the information to perform its function that is characteristic of its existence.

What is Life? Life is Knowledge in Action. A living cell performs a variety of functions that are characteristic of its life. The Cell Structure known as Nucleus is the Seat of Knowledge. In structures known as Chromosomes it stores hereditary, and biological information for its growth, development, replication, reproduction, and metabolic functions such as protein synthesis for its growth and maintenance. Protein Synthesis takes place in structures known as Ribosomes that are located in Cytoplasm outside the Nucleus. Nucleus transfers information to Ribosomes by using Transfer RNA. Nucleus provides only information and to use that information for its function of Protein Synthesis, the Ribosome derives Energy from another Cell Structure known as Mitochondrion. This process of Cellular Function describes Knowledge in Action. Life is described as a state of an organism characterized by certain processes or abilities that include metabolism, nutrition, growth, motion, replication, reproduction, responsiveness to stimuli, and awareness of its own condition of existence or living in an environment.

The act of living could be stated by describing the functions that characterize life. Functions depend upon the use of information; the information that is stored at a particular site or location is transferred to a different site or location where it is transformed into action which constitutes the nature of functioning. Life is always associated with its living functions and these functions depend upon the use of energy. If the Nucleus is viewed as the Seat of Knowledge of a Living Cell, it communicates its Knowledge to another Cell Structure known as Ribosome which is the Site of Action for the Knowledge transferred from the Nucleus. The Ribosome performs its action of Protein Synthesis drawing Energy provided by another Cell Structure known as Mitochondrion.

So also the human brain provides information and sends signals to muscles to perform actions. Muscle cells perform actions drawing Energy from Mitochondria of their Cells. This process called Living depends upon the use of Energy. If Life is a manifestation of an Energy or Life Force, Life could be defined as Knowing the Connection between ‘energy-Seeker'( or energy-demanding molecules ) and an ‘Energy-Provider’ or Source of Energy( or energy-yielding molecules ).

Life and its functions are evidence of its State of Knowledge. Hence, Life could be defined as “Knowledge in Action.” Life comes into existence or into a state called Living, and Life begins with the establishment of Knowledge in an object or matter that gains the identity of a Living Organism.

Whole Dude-Whole Time. What do you do for your living? Living as the Whole Dude is a Whole Time Whole Job for Whole Life.

I SAY I GRIND, YOU GRIND, LIFE IS NOTHING BUT A DAILY GRIND.

TIBETAN NATION-TIBETAN IDENTITY-PHOTO PILGRIMAGE TO TIBET

TIBETAN NATION-TIBETAN IDENTITY-PHOTO PILGRIMAGE TO TIBET

Tibetan Nation. Tibetan Identity. Photo Pilgrimage to Tibet.

I discover the Tibetan Nation and Tibetan Identity through my photo pilgrimage to Tibet.

Rudra Narasimham Rebbapragada

SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

Tibetan Nation. Tibetan Identity. Photo Pilgrimage to Tibet.

Photographer records Tibet with passion

The Buddha’s Day at Langmu Temple in Gannan during the 2019 Festival celebration [Photo by Hu Guoqing/cpanet.org.cn]

Photographer Hu Guoqing has been closely following and capturing life in Tibet for more than ten years, travelling to the region eight times. His most recent visit included a trip to the Langmu Temple in Gannan, where he observed the grand Buddha Worshipping Festival.

Every year on January 13th of the Chinese lunar calendar, thousands of monks gather in Langmu Temple to participate in the Festival, which is also known as the Buddha Show Festival.

Monks carry huge statues of the Thangka Buddha to a fixed platform at the foot of the monastery for people to worship. Tibetan people wear beautiful clothes, bring a year’s harvest as part of a personal pilgrimage, and conduct small-scale material exchange. The most important thing during the event is the grand scene of worshipping the Buddha.

This year, the Festival experienced intense snowfall, adding to the grandeur of the event.

Hu Guoqing is a member of the China Photographers Association, and has won several photography awards, such as the 10th China Photography Award, and the 2014 Top Ten Creative Photographer in China

Pilgrims in the snow [Photo by Hu Guoqing/cpanet.org.cn]

Followers on their way to the Buddha’s Day event [Photo by Hu Guoqing/cpanet.org.cn]

Followers in the snow [Photo by Hu Guoqing/cpanet.org.cn]

Some disciples of the Buddhist Academy [Photo by Hu Guoqing/cpanet.org.cn]

People climb Mount Kailash in Tibet [Photo by Hu Guoqing/cpanet.org.cn]

Tibetan people and yaks [Photo by Hu Guoqing/cpanet.org.cn]

The season of sowing Highland Barley [Photo by Hu Guoqing/cpanet.org.cn]

Tibetan people cross the grasslands of Gongga Mountain [Photo by Hu Guoqing/cpanet.org.cn]

Potala Palace Square, Lhasa [Photo by Hu Guoqing/cpanet.org.cn]

Pilgrims during prayers [Photo by Hu Guoqing/cpanet.org.cn]

Pilgrims scatter longda, little pieces of paper printed with horses and beasts , for blessings [Photo by Hu Guoqing/cpanet.org.cn]

Tibetan Nation. Tibetan Identity. Photo Pilgrimage to Tibet.

 The road to the holy mountain [Photo by Hu Guoqing/cpanet.org.cn]

Tibetan Nation. Tibetan Identity. Photo Pilgrimage to Tibet.

Followers walk around the mountain to pilgrimage [Photo by Hu Guoqing/cpanet.org.cn]

Tibetan Nation-Tibetan Identity. Photo Pilgrimage to Tibet.

 
 

TIBETAN NATIONAL IDENTITY BLESSED BY LAKE MANASAROVAR

TIBETAN NATIONAL IDENTITY BLESSED BY LAKE MANASAROVAR

Tibetan National Identity Blessed by Lake Manasarovar.

Tibetan National Identity is blessed by Lake Manasarovar.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada

SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

The scenery of Lake Manasarovar, Tibet
Tibetan National Identity Blessed by Lake Manasarovar.

The aerial photo was taken on July 27, 2019, shows Lake Manasarovar, a holy lake, in Ali Prefecture, Tibet. Lake Manasarovar, along with Lake Namtso and Lake Yamzhog Yumco, is regarded as the three holy lakes of Tibet. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

Tibetan National Identity Blessed by Lake Manasarovar.

The aerial photo was taken on July 27, 2019, shows Lake Manasarovar. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

Tibetan National Identity Blessed by Lake Manasarovar.

The aerial photo was taken on July 27, 2019, shows Lake Manasarovar, a holy lake, in Ali Prefecture, Tibet. Lake Manasarovar, along with Lake Namtso and Lake Yamzhog Yumco, is regarded as the three holy lakes of Tibet. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

Tibetan National Identity Blessed by Lake Manasarovar.

The aerial photo was taken on July 27, 2019, shows Lake Manasarovar, a holy lake, in Ali Prefecture, Tibet. Lake Manasarovar, along with Lake Namtso and Lake Yamzhog Yumco, is regarded as the three holy lakes of Tibet. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

Tibetan National Identity Blessed by Lake Manasarovar.

The aerial photo was taken on July 27, 2019, shows Lake Manasarovar, a holy lake, in Ali Prefecture, Tibet. Lake Manasarovar, along with Lake Namtso and Lake Yamzhog Yumco, is regarded as the three holy lakes of Tibet. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

Tibetan National Identity Blessed by Lake Manasarovar.

The aerial photo was taken on July 27, 2019, shows Lake Manasarovar, a holy lake, in Ali Prefecture, Tibet. Lake Manasarovar, along with Lake Namtso and Lake Yamzhog Yumco, is regarded as the three holy lakes of Tibet. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

Tibetan National Identity Blessed by Lake Manasarovar.

The aerial photo was taken on July 27, 2019, shows Lake Manasarovar, a holy lake, in Ali Prefecture, Tibet. Lake Manasarovar, along with Lake Namtso and Lake Yamzhog Yumco, is regarded as the three holy lakes of Tibet. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

Tibetan National Identity Blessed by Lake Manasarovar.


 

OLD FLAMES NEVER DIE. THE MOMENTS SLIP AWAY LAID INTO ACCOUNT

OLD FLAMES NEVER DIE. THE MOMENTS SLIP AWAY LAID INTO ACCOUNT

Old Flames Never Die. The Moments Slip Away Laid into Account.

The Living Tibetan Spirits inhabit my consciousness. The Moments Slip Away Laid into Account. For my Memory lives, I claim, “Old Flames Never Die.”

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada

Special Frontier Force

‘Tibet with My Eyes Closed’ captures the stories of a region that is at the risk of being forgotten

By
TNN

Old Flames Never Die. The Moments Slip Away Laid into Account.

In the past century, Tibet has been damaged irreparably. Ever since China took over Tibet and began instating their harsh rule on the Tibetan people, many escaped to India seeking refuge. Though they have settled, they often still remember and long for their motherland. “Unfortunately, they can only see a free Tibet in their mind and memories. And it was this sentiment that inspired me to write the book because many Tibetans can only see Tibet with their eyes closed,” said author Madhu Gurung during the launch of her book Tibet with My Eyes Closed in Delhi on July 25.

The book is a compilation of vivid and deeply emotional short stories on Tibetan people. Inspired by the colors of the vibrant Tibetan prayer flag, the author divided the stories into five colors and the elements they represent. The book was launched amidst an eye-opening discussion. The chief guest for the evening was Ven Geshe Dorji Damdul, the director of Tibet House, the Cultural Centre for His Holiness the Dalai Lama. After the ceremonious release of the book, the renowned guest graced the event by explaining the historical importance of the Indo-Tibetan relationship.

“Tibet was more like a barren place, and if not too presumptuous, barbaric. With the advent of Indian culture and philosophy, a beautiful culture of compassion grounded in wisdom started to take root in Tibet, and then it became such a beautiful nation,” said Ven Geshe Dorji Damdul. He has a PhD in Buddhist Philosophy and has even learned Tantric Studies, which is probably why he understands the connection between the cultural philosophies of both the countries so well.

Praising the book, he said, “Reading it, I felt it so close to my heart. And all the readers will also relate to the feelings and thoughts of the Tibetan people. I was so affected by this book. I really congratulate Madhu Gurung Ji and am very grateful for giving me the honor of coming here and speaking.”

The author Madhu Gurung started writing as a freelance journalist. She has worked for BBC World Service Trust, Oxfam, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and was the Media Adviser for the National AIDS Control Organization. She has written a book previously. Titled The Keeper of Memories, the book is on Gorkhas and was shortlisted for the Shakti Bhat First Book Award.

She explained how she came to interact with the Tibetans while writing an article on them. Some of their stories stayed with her. So, when she was done with her first book and the article was published, she was inspired to write this book.

“When I started meeting people, there was this underlying thread, this deep yearning. It was like a wound that they carried of losing a homeland, of trying to start a new life. The wound heals over a period but a scab forms over it. And at the slightest remembrance of home, it bleeds and there is nothing that can stop it,” she said.

Her passion for the plight of the Tibetans was evident throughout the talk. Dates of politically significant events and small details of people’s lives rolled off her tongue as if she was talking of her own past when she answered questions.

Madhu Gurung was in conversation with author Preeti Gill, who is best known for her work in documentaries like Rambuai: Mizoram’s ‘Trouble’ Years. She had read Tibet with My Eyes Closed and praised the book saying, ” I think it’s a really unusual collection of stories and right from the time when I read the first story, I was completely enamored”

Preeti Gill grew up in Mussorie, and the school that she attended had Tibetan students too. So, she is familiar with the issues Tibetans are facing and their stories, and she was happy to see it highlighted.

A lot of details on the lives of Tibetans was revealed in their fascinating exchange. The author was careful to avoid spoilers but while describing her favorite stories, she gave context and background of the tales. Most stories are true and are taken from someone she has spoken to. “But when people talk about their lives, they never talk the way you want to write them. They just tell you; they compress the years of their lives into few sentences and everything that you get is like the tip of a mountain. The rest of the mountain is down and so what I did was that I started doing a lot of research. I started reading about Tibet and I was fascinated by the 2100-year-old Tibetan history, it’s myths, culture and the way that life was. And all of that is interwoven into the stories and I have used my imagination to create conversations and situations. Yes, it is true.”

The stories she told were so fascinating that the pile of books at the event emptied quickly and had to be hurriedly restocked to meet the demand. Everyone left the event a little more in awe of the perseverance of the Tibetan spirit.

Old Flames Never Die. The Moments Slip Away Laid into Account.

“IN GOD WE TRUST” – ON JULY 30, 2019, I AM A REFUGEE.

“IN GOD WE TRUST” – ON JULY 30, 2019, I AM A REFUGEE.

TIBET AWARENESS – PROJECT CIRCUS. 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. In God We Trust. On July 30, 2019, I am a Refugee.
“In God We Trust.” The Tibetan Resistance Movement trusts President Eisenhower. Mutual Trust, Respect, and Commitment formulate the US-India-Tibet Relations. In God We Trust. On July 30, 2019, I am a Refugee.

On July 30, 1956, US President Eisenhower signs “In God We Trust” into Law. The same year, President Eisenhower initiated action in support of the Tibetan Resistance Movement which contributed to the creation of Special Frontier Force during the presidency of John F. Kennedy.

"In God We Trust." - Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower.
“In God We Trust.” – Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. Trust, Respect, and Commitment formulate Relations between the US, India, and Tibet. On July 30, 2019, I am a Refugee.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada

Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162 USA
SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

President Eisenhower signs “In God We Trust” into law
On this day in 1956, two years after pushing to have the phrase “under God” inserted into the pledge of allegiance, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs a law officially declaring “In God We Trust” to be the nation’s official motto. The law, P.L. 84-140, also mandated that the phrase be printed on all American paper currency. The phrase had been placed on U.S. coins since the Civil War when, according to the historical association of the United States Treasury, religious sentiment reached a peak. Eisenhower’s treasury secretary, George Humphrey, had suggested adding the phrase to paper currency as well.

Although some historical accounts claim Eisenhower was raised a Jehovah’s Witness, most presidential scholars now believe his family was Mennonite. Either way, Eisenhower abandoned his family’s religion before entering the Army and took the unusual step of being baptized relatively late in his adult life as a Presbyterian. The baptism took place in 1953, barely a year into his first term as president.

Although Eisenhower embraced religion, biographers insist he never intended to force his beliefs on anyone. In fact, the chapel-like structure near where he and his wife Mamie are buried on the grounds of his presidential library is called the “Place of Meditation” and is intentionally inter-denominational. At a Flag Day speech in 1954, he elaborated on his feelings about the place of religion in public life when he discussed why he had wanted to include “under God” in the pledge of allegiance: “In this way we are reaffirming the transcendence of religious faith in America’s heritage and future; in this way we shall constantly strengthen those spiritual weapons which forever will be our country’s most powerful resource in peace and war.”

The first paper money with the phrase “In God We Trust” was not printed until 1957. Since then, religious and secular groups have argued over the appropriateness and constitutionality of a motto that mentions “God,” considering the founding fathers’ dedication to maintaining the separation of church and state.

"In God We Trust" - Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower.
“In God We Trust” – Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. CIA Director Allen Welsh Dulles forged Trust derived relationships. On July 30, 2019, I am a Refugee.
"In God We Trust" - Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower.
“In God We Trust” – Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. CIA Director Allen Welsh Dulles, and President John F. Kennedy promoted national interests forging relationships. On July 30, 2019, I am a Refugee.
The history of Special Frontier Force-Establishment No. 22: 1957 was a turning point. India had recognized that its foreign policy of political neutralism was of no use and had started depending upon the United States to address the military threat posed by China’s occupation of Tibet. But, the effort was too modest and both India and the United States had grossly underestimated the strength of the People’s Liberation Army. On July 30, 2019, I am a Refugee.
"In God We Trust" - Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. Trust in God is Foundational Principle to formulate Foreign Relations.
“In God We Trust” – Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. Trust in God is the Foundational Principle to formulate Foreign Relations. On July 30, 2019, I am a Refugee.
"In God We Trust" - Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. Trust in God is Foundational Principle to define Foreign Policy.
“In God We Trust” – Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. Trust in God is the Foundational Principle to define Foreign Policy.
"In God We Trust" - Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. Trust is Foundational Principle to define Relations.
“In God We Trust” – Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. Trust is the Foundational Principle to define Relations. On July 30, 2019, I am a Refugee.
"In God We Trust" - Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. Belief in God, and Trust in Leadership.
“In God We Trust” – Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. Belief in God, and Trust in Leadership. On July 30, 2019, I am a Refugee.
"In God We Trust"
“In God We Trust” – Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. Trust survived the Test of Times. On July 30, 2019, I am a Refugee.
"In God We Trust"
“In God We Trust” – Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower for his principled Belief in God. On July 30, 2019, I am a Refugee.
"In God We Trust"
“In God We Trust” – Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower, his legacy reflects the value of Trust. On July 30, 2019, I am a Refugee.
"In God We Trust"
“In God We Trust” – Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower who initiated Trusting Partnership between the US, India, and Tibet. On July 30, 2019, I am a Refugee.
"In God We Trust" - Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. December 16, 1956 witnessed Trusting Relationship.
“In God We Trust” – Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. December 16, 1956, witnessed a trusting relationship. Vice President Richard M. Nixon is my Witness. On July 30, 2019, I am a Refugee.
"In God We Trust" - Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. December 16, 1956. The US-India-Tibet Relation endures for it is built upon Trust.
“In God We Trust” – Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. December 16, 1956. The US-India-Tibet Relations endure reflecting Trust. On July 30, 2019, I am a Refugee.
"In God We Trust" - Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. Relations derive Spiritual Strength from Belief in God.
“In God We Trust” – Special Frontier Force Trusts President Eisenhower. Relations derive Spiritual Strength from Belief in God. On July 30, 2019, I am a Refugee.

LAKE MANASAROVAR-THE SWEET WATERS OF TIBETAN NATIONALISM

LAKE MANASAROVAR-THE SWEET WATERS OF TIBETAN NATIONALISM

Tibetan Nationalism springs from the fresh waters of Lake Manasarovar.
Tibetan Nationalism springs from the fresh waters of Lake Manasarovar.
The photo was taken on July 21, 2019, shows a herd of cattle by the Mapam Yumco Lake in Burang County of Ngari Prefecture, Tibet. Located on an altitude of 4,588 meters at the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, the 412-square-kilometer lake is a sacred Hindu and Buddhist site as well as a renowned tourist attraction. (Xinhua/Chogo)
Tibetan Nationalism springs from the fresh waters of Lake Manasarovar.
Tibetan Nationalism springs from the fresh waters of Lake Manasarovar.
The photo was taken on July 21, 2019, shows a white pagoda by the Mapam Yumco Lake in Burang County of Ngari Prefecture, Tibet. Located on an altitude of 4,588 meters at the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, the 412-square-kilometer lake is a sacred Hindu and Buddhist site as well as a renowned tourist attraction. (Xinhua/Chogo)
Tibetan Nationalism springs from the fresh waters of Lake Manasarovar.
Tibetan Nationalism springs from the fresh waters of Lake Manasarovar.
The photo was taken on July 21, 2019, shows the engraved stones by the Mapam Yumco Lake in Burang County of Ngari Prefecture, Tibet. Located on an altitude of 4,588 meters at the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, the 412-square-kilometer lake is a sacred Hindu and Buddhist site as well as a renowned tourist attraction. (Xinhua/Chogo)
Tibetan Nationalism springs from the fresh waters of Lake Manasarovar.
Tibetan Nationalism springs from the fresh waters of Lake Manasarovar.
The photo was taken on July 21, 2019, shows the scenery of Mapam Yumco Lake in Burang County of Ngari Prefecture, Tibet. Located on an altitude of 4,588 meters at the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, the 412-square-kilometer lake is a sacred Hindu and Buddhist site as well as a renowned tourist attraction. (Xinhua/Chogo)
Tibetan Nationalism springs from the fresh waters of Lake Manasarovar.
Tibetan Nationalism springs from the fresh waters of Lake Manasarovar.
The photo was taken on July 21, 2019, shows a white pagoda and a lama by the Mapam Yumco Lake in Burang County of Ngari Prefecture, Tibet. Located on an altitude of 4,588 meters at the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, the 412-square-kilometer lake is a sacred Hindu and Buddhist site as well as a renowned tourist attraction. (Xinhua/Chogo)
 

COMMEMORATION OF THE NATIONAL SECURITY ACT OF 1947 – JULY 26, 2019 MARKED AS ANTISLAVERY CAMPAIGN DAY

COMMEMORATION OF THE NATIONAL SECURITY ACT OF 1947 – JULY 26, 2019 MARKED AS ANTISLAVERY CAMPAIGN DAY

Commemoration of The National Security Act of 1947. July 26, 2019, marked as Antislavery Campaign Day.

On this Day, July 26, 1947, President Harry Truman signed the National Security Act that set up the Central Intelligence Agency that plays a crucial role in promoting US Policy in support of Freedom, Democracy, Peace and Human Rights.

REPEAL PRWORA PROJECT – CAMPAIGN FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

Commemoration of The National Security Act of 1947. July 26, 2019, marked as Antislavery Campaign Day.

WHERE IS PROTECTION FOR MAN DURING GOLDEN YEARS OF HIS LIFE?

Commemoration of The National Security Act of 1947. July 26, 2019, marked as Antislavery Campaign Day.

THE GREAT AWAKENING MOVEMENT – RESIST SPIRITUAL WICKEDNESS IN HIGHEST PLACES

Commemoration of The National Security Act of 1947. July 26, 2019, marked as Antislavery Campaign Day. Slavery represents Spiritual Wickedness for man is born free.

A NEW BEGINNING IN AUGUST 1996 – ASSAULT ON UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHTS

Commemoration of The National Security Act of 1947. July 26, 2019 is marked as Antislavery Campaign Day.

PRESIDENT CLINTON’S NEW BEGINNING IN 1996 – TRAMPLING OF

FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS AND HUMAN DIGNITY

On August 22, 1996, US President Bill Clinton (Democrat) signed into Law that reintroduced Slavery, Involuntary Servitude, Serfdom and Forced Labor in the pretext of making ‘A New Beginning’. Welfare Reform Act or Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) is unjust and unfair for it violates Constitutional Law that defends natural rights of all people living in United States. All US taxpayers must be treated as equals for receiving retirement income benefits for which they paid taxes. President Clinton’s action constitutes transgression of President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation that saved US Non-Citizens or Aliens from burdens of Slavery.

GIVING VOICE TO HIDDEN PROBLEM – TRAVESTY OF EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION

NATURAL LAW vs MAN MADE LAW – SLAVERY IS CONTEMPT OF FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS

Commemoration of The National Security Act of 1947. July 26, 2019, is marked as Antislavery Campaign Day.

US CONGRESS SLAVE DRIVER

I ask my readers to review 43-word 13th Amendment and tell me if those words still govern, rule, and operate the lives of all people, wage earners who perform labor paying taxes.

My readers should not be surprised if I describe US Congress as “Slave Driver.” The reason for my claim is based on PRWORA enacted by the US Congress in 1996 that amended the US Social Security Act of 1935. This legal provision enacted by 104th US Congress is incorporated as Section 202(y) of the Social Security Act. It mandates that no Retirement Income benefits shall be payable to registered alien(non-citizen) taxpayers in the United States without showing proof of lawful residency as determined by the Attorney General. In my view, unexpired Employment Authorization Document (EAD) must not be demanded if the worker has attained full retirement age as determined by law.

Social Security Act, Section 202(y) violates the principle enshrined in those 43 words called the 13th Amendment. This 1996 amendment to the Social Security Act is fundamentally flawed for it is unconstitutional. It takes away property rights (earnings, wages, and retirement income) of individuals who paid Federal, State, Local, Social Security and Medicare Taxes working in this country to attain full retirement age.

The Emancipation Proclamation issued by President Abraham Lincoln (Republican) in September 1862 came into effect on January 01, 1863 freeing slaves in all territory still at War with the Union. These slaves were not citizens of the Land and had no political rights of their own. In Law, Servitude or Slavery refers to the burden imposed upon the property of a person by a specified right another has in its use. Servitude involves labor in which the person who performs labor has no right to his earnings from labor. The Emancipation Proclamation specifically protects, defends, preserves and safeguards rights of aliens or non-citizens residing in the United States.

The amended Social Security Act unconstitutionally gives power to Social Security Administration to withhold property (wages, earnings, monthly retirement income benefits) of alien workers who are not convicted by US Court of Law. In my analysis, The Social Security Act of 1935 amended in 1996 does not uphold Constitution as the Supreme Law of this Land.

I ask my readers to make a distinction between Social Security Tax and Monthly Retirement Benefit. The first represents tax paid to the government and the second represents earning or wage entitled to a retired person to provide income and security during old age.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162 USA
SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

Commemoration of The National Security Act of 1947. July 26, 2019, is marked as Antislavery Campaign Day.

Speaker.gov

Press Release

The 150th Anniversary of the 13th Amendment

December 9, 2015, |Speaker Ryan’s Press Office

WASHINGTON – Earlier today, at a ceremony in Emancipation Hall of the United States Capitol Visitor Center, President Obama and leaders of Congress commemorated the 150th anniversary of the 13th amendment to the Constitution. Following are House Speaker Paul Ryan’s (R-WI) remarks at the ceremony, as prepared for delivery:
The Thirteenth Amendment is just 43 words long. It is so short that, when you read it, you can almost miss the whole significance. You have to stop and remind yourself that 600,000 people died in the Civil War—600,000 died over 43 words. Or to be more precise, they died in a war that decided whether those 43 words would ever be written.

Commemoration of The National Security Act of 1947. July 26, 2019, is marked as Antislavery Campaign Day.

The Repeal movement exposes President Clinton’s contemptuous violation of Constitutional Principles of equal protection, equal justice and equal treatment under Law.

Commemoration of The National Security Act of 1947. July 26, 2019, is marked as Antislavery Campaign Day.

US Social Security Administration must either obtain a criminal conviction or designate US taxpayer as “SLAVE” to withhold payment of monthly retirement income benefit of septuagenarian senior alien.

President Clinton’s Slavery Law of 1996 tramples upon fundamental freedoms and human dignity entitled to all human beings without any concern for their country of origin or citizenship status. US Congress can levy taxes but cannot deprive any person of Life, Liberty, and Property without due process of law. Slavery represents Spiritual Wickedness for Jesus gave His precious life to keep man free. 

Commemoration of The National Security Act of 1947. July 26, 2019, is marked as Antislavery Campaign Day. Slavery represents Spiritual Wickedness for Jesus gave His precious life to keep man free.