Excerpt from The Pilgrims' March: Their Messages
Non-co-operation will be at an end; for, the? Cessation of repression will spell the defeat and abdication of the Reformed Government of India - it will spell Swaraj. It were therefore, rank hypocrisy 1n nationalists to Iprotest ever so; faintly against repression, or indeed to do anything but welcome it. It is a signpost on the pilgrims' road tostvamj telling them that the journey's end is in sight. The nation most emphatically does not desire the release of those leaders who have been imprisoned; nor do the leaders themselves Wish this until such release comes automatically w1th th'e abdication of' the Reformed Government of India in favour of a. Swamj Government. 'the most dangerous opponents of indian nationa'l freedom are not those Governors who like Lord Ronaldshay are filling the gaols with non-co operators, but those' Satraps who like Sir George Lloyd of Bombay, are resisting the temptation to play into Mahatma Gandhi' s and the natio'n' 8 hands.
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