Here is a collection of eleven video footages of Mujib. I have organized them in chronological order. Listener can get a snapshot of Mujib’s philosophy and transformations. To my opinion most important are two- the Epic Speech of Race Course 7th March, 1971 and the Last Public Speech of 1975, each a clarion call to a distinct new journey. The first one is well read and heard. However, the second one is less read and less heard. Of course, he did not finish the later.
- Name the world leader Mujib revered most: Mandela, Mao, Nixon?
- Why Mujib thought absolute power would not corrupt him?
- Mujib's weeping moments.
- "I want to deal them a crushing blow- just like I did to Pakistan"- to whom?
March Unrest, 1971
“Nobody should play with fire. Nobody should try to suppress the will of 70 million people. When 70 million are determined to achieve something- no power on earth can suppress them. Today, tomorrow or day after tomorrow- victory is ours.”