Why did Mohandas Gandhi join the British Army? To support the British troops against the blacks of South Africa.
Noticias de Rupia | Nouvelles de Roupie | Rupiennachrichten | ??????? ????? | ???? | Roepienieuws | Rupi Nyheter | ??????? | Notizie di Rupia | PAKISTAN LEDGER | ???????? ????? | Moin Ansari | ???? ??????? | DefensebriefsIntellibriefs Translate to: RSS feed: | RUPEE NEWS | June 20th, 2008 | Moin Ansari | ???? ??????? | ????? ????? | According to Dr. G. B. Singh, and per historical records Mr. Mohandas K. Gandhi joined the British Army and participated in the Zulu and Boer wars on the side of the British. He supported both the wars and he was the self-professed “Recuriter in Chief” for the British Empire. Prime Minister Atlee of called his role in the British decision to leave South Asia as “minimal”.
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To discover the reasons for the hatred for Gandhi, one has to come of the Disneyworld perpetuated in his name and learn the reality about the man. To comprehend the dislike for the man, one has to read the two books by his grandsons, and understand what Dr. G.B. Singh is trying to say about this homosapien. It is poignant to note that 450 million Bharatis (aka Indians) hate Mohandas Gandhi with a passion. The most notable among the Gandhi haters are of course the Dailts, shudras and the Untouchables. Then count in the Naxalites that control 40% of the Bharati landmass. In addition the Kashmiris, Assamese and denizens of the so called Seven Sisters of the Northeast also hold him in very low regard. Add in the disenfranchised 50 million White widows, and and 150 million Muslims one gets the true picture of how many dislike this person called Mohandas Gandhi.
The recent statement by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Maywati vividly paints the true feelings of all Dalits and those who revere Dr. Ambedekar.
During a recent a meeting of MPs and legislators of her Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on Saturday, Ms. Mayawati called the Mohandas Gandhi a “natakbaaz” (fake). To make matters worse, she also distributed pamphlets condemning both Mohandas Gandhi and the Secretary General of the Indian National Congress Mr. Rahul Gandhi. She accused the entire family of being insincere about the improvement in socio-economic status of Dalits.
Judging by the reaction off course the INC is incensed.
“Mayawati’s attempt to run down the Father of the Nation will only prove counter-productive and she will have to pay for it,”…”This only reflects her frustration on account of her failure to keep her monopolistic control over Dalits. It is high time she realises that Dalits are not her private property and they are well aware to see and understand the difference between what Mahatma Gandhi did for them and what Mayawati was doing for them,” State Congress spokesman Subodh Srivastava.
Let us look into the seeds of time and see why the Congress of the United States of America condemned this man called Mohandas Gandhi, and why the Nobel Peace Prize Committee in Oslo severely criticized and repudiated Mr. Mohandas Gandhi. It is pedagogical to note why the Dalit Freedom Network run by Bharati Christians and the Dalit Nation abhor, detest and dislike the mane.
RACISM OF INDIAN FOUNDER EXPOSED
(Extensions of Remarks – December 13, 2005)
HON. EDOLPHUS TOWNS
OF NEW YORK
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2005
Mr. TOWNS. Mr. Speaker, the unveiling of a statue of Mohandas K. Gandhi in Johannesburg, South Africa, set off a discussion about the anti-black racism of the founder of India.
When the eight-foot high Gandhi statue was unveiled, portraying him as a young human-rights lawyer, many leaders attacked Gandhi’s anti-black statements. “Gandhi had no love for Africans,” said one letter in The Citizen, a South African newspaper. “To him, Africans were no better than the `Untouchables’ of India.”
As you may know, Mr. Speaker, the dark-skinned aborigines of the subcontinent, known as Dalits or “Untouchables,” occupy the lowest rung on the ladder of India’s rigid and racist caste system. The caste system exists to protect the privileged position of the Brahmins, the top caste. Although it was officially banned by India’s constitution in 1950, it is still strictly practiced in Hindu India.
Others have pointed out that Gandhi ignored the suffering of black people during the colonial occupation of South Africa. When he was arrested and forced to share a cell with black prisoners, he wrote that they were “only one degree removed from the animal.” In other words, Mr. Speaker, he described blacks as less than human. We condemn anyone who says this in our country, such as the Ku Klux Klan and others, as we should. Why is Gandhi venerated for such statements?
In addition, G.B. Singh, a Gandhi biographer, has looked through many pictures of him and never seen one single black person. Gandhi also attacked white Europeans.
Gandhi is honored as the founder of India. These statements and attitudes reveal the racist underpinning behind the secular, democratic facade of India. It explains a worldview that permits a Dalit constable to be stoned to death for entering the temple on a rainy day, that allows the murders of over 300,000 Christians in Nagaland, over 250,000 Sikhs in Punjab, Khalistan, over 90,000 Muslims in Kashmir, tens of thousands of Christians and Muslims elsewhere in the country, including Graham Staines and his two young sons, and tens of thousands of Assamese, Bodos, Dalits, Manipuris, Tamils, and other minorities. It explains why the pro-Fascist, Hindu militant RSS is a powerful organization in India, in control of one of its two major political parties.
India must abandon its racist attitudes and its exploitation of minorities. It must allow the enjoyment of full human rights by everyone. Until it does so, we should stop our aid and trade with India. Furthermore, Mr. Speaker, the essence of democracy is the right to self-determination. India must allow self-determination for Kashmir, as it promised the United Nations in 1948, in Punjab, Khalistan, in Nagaland, and wherever the people seek to free themselves from the boot of Indian oppression. We should put this Congress on record in support of self-determination for the people of the subcontinent in the form of a free and fair plebiscite on the question of independence. Khalistan declared its independence on October 7, 1987. The people have never been allowed to have a simple, democratic vote on the matter. Instead, India continues to oppress the people there with over half a million troops.
Mr. Speaker, reporter Rory Carroll of The Guardian wrote an excellent article on the controversy about the Gandhi statue. I would like to place it in the Record at this time.
[The Guardian, Friday Oct. 17, 2003]
GANDHI BRANDED RACIST
AS JOHANNESBURG HONOURS FREEDOM FIGHTER
(By Rory Carroll)
It was supposed to honour his resistance to racism in South Africa, but a new statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Johannesburg has triggered a row over his alleged contempt for black people. The 2.5 metre high (8ft) bronze statue depicting Gandhi as a dashing young human rights lawyer has been welcomed by Nelson Mandela, among others, for recognising the Indian who launched the fight against white minority rule at the turn of the last century.
But critics have attacked the gesture for overlooking racist statements attributed to Gandhi, which suggest he viewed black people as lazy savages who were barely human.
Newspapers continue to publish letters from indignant readers: “Gandhi had no love for Africans. To [him], Africans were no better than the `Untouchables’ of India,” said a correspondent to The Citizen.
Others are harsher, claiming the civil rights icon “hated” black people and ignored their suffering at the hands of colonial masters while championing the cause of Indians.
Unveiled this month, the statue stands in Gandhi Square in central Johannesburg, not far from the office from which he worked during some of his 21 years in South Africa.
The British-trained barrister was supposed to have been on a brief visit in 1893 to represent an Indian company in a legal action, but he stayed to fight racist laws after a conductor kicked him off a train for sitting in a first-class compartment reserved for whites.
Outraged, he started defending Indians charged with failing to register for passes and other political offences, founded a newspaper, and formed South Africa’s first organised political resistance movement. His tactics of mobilising people for passive resistance and mass protest inspired black people to organise and some historians credit Gandhi as the progenitor of the African National Congress, which formed in 1912, two years before he returned to India to fight British colonial rule.
However, the new statue has prompted bitter recollections about some of Gandhi’s writings.
Forced to share a cell with black people, he wrote: “Many of the native prisoners are only one degree removed from the animal and often created rows and fought among themselves.”
He was quoted at a meeting in Bombay in 1896 saying that Europeans sought to degrade Indians to the level of the “raw kaffir, whose occupation is hunting and whose sole ambition is to collect a certain number of cattle to buy a wife with, and then pass his life in indolence and nakedness”.
The Johannesburg daily This Day said GB Singh, the author of a critical book about Gandhi, had sifted through photos of Gandhi in South Africa and found not one black person in his vicinity.
The Indian embassy in Pretoria declined to comment, as it prepared for President Thabo Mbeki’s visit to India.
Khulekani Ntshangase, a spokesman for the ANC Youth League, defended Gandhi, saying the critics missed the bigger picture of his immense contribution to the liberation struggle.
Gandhi’s offending comments were made early in his life when he was influenced by Indians working on the sugar plantations and did not get on with the black people of modern-day KwaZulu-Natal province, said Mr. Ntshangase.
“Later he got more enlightened.”
Her are some articles on Mr. Mohandas K. Gandhi:
Hindu India: A gift from the Hindu Gods:Cows Urine: UK Telegraph reports by Julian West
India will be Free. to Indians in East Asia August 17, 1945
Why Mohandas Gandhi didn’t win the Nobel Peace prize? U.S. CONGRESS CONDEMNS GANDHI’S RACIST WRITINGS Did Martin Luther King know about Gandhi’s racism?
GANDHI’s RACISM AGAINST BLACKS Seargnt Major GandhiGandhi condones Zulu massacres and defends the British. Aug 4 1906
Which war did Mohandas Gandhi support? All of them. There wasn’t a war that the “prophet” of Non-Violence did not support. He was Sergeant Major in the British Army & won a medal for his combat service Gandhi’s racism. The truth behind the mask. Behold Sergeant Major Gandhi who supported the British in the Boer war, against the Zulu rebellion. Behold the prophet of peace who worked to stratify the South African society.
Gandhi’s letter to his friend Hitler.
Gandhi sex life deviant sexual perversion, and political failures
Is India a failed state? Peek behind the Bollywood gloss! Why was Gandhi not given the Nobel Peace prize> Does Fake “Non-Violence” work? Bose vs. Gandhi in South Asia India: A gift from the Hindu Gods:Cows Urine: UK Telegraph report by Julian West
Gandhi’s wrote letters to his friend Hitler and supported him. Gandhi’s horrific advice to Jews—Commit mass suicide. “We have no doubt about your bravery or devotion to your fatherland, nor do we believe that you are the monster described by your opponents.” Gandhi to Hitler
Gandhi’s racism: The truth behind the mask. Behold Sergeant-Major Gandhi who supported the British during the Boer War and Zulu Rebellion. Behold the prophet of peace who worked to stratify the society in South Africa, Whites, Indians and Blacks based on the Hindu Caste system. Behold the “Enlightened One” that supported the British effort in World War one, and packed off thousands to the war effort to be used as cannon-fodder. Behold the pacifist that sent thousands to kill millions. Behold the “mahatma” that supported the British in World War 2 and encouraged the Indians to support the British war, thus perpetuating the colonial rule in the Subcontinent and supporting the Empire.
Which war did Mohandas Gandhi support? All of them. There wasn’t a war that the “prophet of non-violence” Gandhi did not support. He was Sergeant Major and won a British medal for war duties. “All Jews should commit mass suicide!” (Gandhi’s Final solution 1940)
Mr. Gandhi told his prayer meeting to-night that … if Pakistan persistently refused to see its proved error and continued to minimise it, the Indian Union Government would have to go to war against it. MOHANDAS GANDHI DECLARED WAR ON PAKISTAN WHICH COST HIM THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE