One of the key leaders of the INC was a man named Gopal Krishna Gokhale, known for his restraint and moderation. This method of retaliation inspired Gandhi to use it but, importantly, manipulate the process to make it look solely Indian. The British authorities ordered a search of Gandhi because they needed to acknowledge the threat he posed to British rule. Gandhi was, however, deemed a harmless, peculiar man who posed no threat. Gandhi then began a Satyagraha campaign which aimed to help poor Indians in Bilar.
The nonviolence policy worked because Gandhi did not give in, he accepted punishment and responsibility, and his followers were loyal. When Gandhi returned back to India from Europe in 1896 he was sickened. The British Raj had formally taken over, so he decided to make a change and stop the unfair treatment of everyone in India. As Gandhi said himself, “My ambition is no less than to convert the British people
Kamehameha and Mohanda Gandhi were both effective leaders because they were persuasive, they both had a crucial effect on the society, and they both were very convincing to other people. Gandhi came from a low-class family in India, his father was a chief minister of Porbandar and his mother was a practitioner of Vaishnavism. Gandhi was appalled by discrimination that he experienced during his immigration in South Africa. Kamehameha was raised by his uncle, Kalani`opu`u who was the former ruler of the Big Island. Kamehameha’s conquest was to unite all the Hawaiian islands, and he was able to succeed.
Gandhi originally went to Africa on business with his job as a lawyer, but instead Gandhi had found his calling both spiritually and politically. This led to many acts of non-violence and civil disobedience and ultimately India’s Independence Movement in 1947. Gandhi implementation of civil disobedience was heavily influenced by Henry David Thoreau’s essay, Civil Disobedience which depicts Thoreau’s resistance towards the government. Gandhi’s system of non-violence and peace was called the Satyagraha, which translates in English to the “truth force”. Gandhi thought of this as “living a life of love and compassion”.
He is willing to do anything to try to protect his ideals, even if that requires him to kill a man. The violent act does nothing though, as it becomes evident that people have accepted the Western lifestyle against Okonkwo’s desire: “He knew that Umuofia that would not go to war. He knew because they let the other messengers escape,” (Achebe 189). If the population had not let the other messengers escape, then it would mean that they did not prefer to be Christians and preferred to have control over the land again, instead of the British government having control. That was not the case which means that they had accepted the newly introduced ideals
His speeches that I heard in this movie impressed me by their sincerity and dedication to his own race, but at the same time respect for the white. He said that we are not to hate those who hate us. King believed that one day Afro-Americans will get what they are fighting for. That’s why they have to start preparing for being ethical, sane, reasonable. His tolerance and acceptance towards others impressed
Similarly, he sent murderers to kill him as he was fearful of the loss of his kingship. Macbeth’s relationship with Banquo has more significance to him than his relationship with Duncan, thus, him betraying Banquo affected him with a greater impact than his betrayal of Duncan. This is evidenced by how his guilt takes the form of Banquo and not
Even though Gandhi was small in size his impact on India’s independence was tremendous. Gandhi has shown moral courage in fighting for India 's independence. Secondly, when fighting for India 's independence, he used non-violent protesting. Finally, because he used non-violence, his moral courage cost him his life. By examining in Gandhi’s fight for India’s independence, non-violent protesting, and his moral courage costing him his life, it is clear that he was a beautiful and courageous man, that fought for what he believed in.
Macbeth wanted the blame to be placed on someone other than himself so the people showed loyalty to him as the new king. In order to successfully gain the people’s respect, he planted the evidence on the guards. Then, he murdered these guards to show the people of Scotland that he was negatively impacted by the death of the king. This demonstrates the manipulative side of
Macbeth is tempted to kill Duncan because he likes the idea of being king. Once he informs Lady Macbeth of the prophecy, she is hooked on the idea. She tells him to stop being a coward. She wants to do it herself so that she feels more like a man. At first, Macbeth was hesitant about killing the king because he knew that King Duncan is a great ruler.