The political party, Congress in India was established during 1885 by A.O. Hume (a retired British govt. employee) Congress party was formed by the approval of the British Empire.
The main purpose of Congress party was to enlist Indians sympathetic to the cause of the Britishers in India. These Indians were lured by petty positions in the colonial government and fancy titles of ‘Sir’.
This is the D.N.A of Congress. It is a party of political pimps, which served the cause of British Empire well during the pre-independence era. Congress was rewarded by the Britishers, when they left their Indian estate in 1947. Like a master giving old personal belongings to his/her servant, British colonizers handed India to the Congress party.
Gandhi a prominent politician of Congress party has been held as a poster boy of everything good with Indian values, cultures, traditions etc. In reality, Gandhi was a corrupt British agent planted in India by the English to stage manage the Indian independence movement according to British specifications. Gandhi spent many years in South Africa before coming back to India. Over there he came in contact with a South African body builder, Hermann Kallenbach.
Letters written by Gandhi to Kallenbach are addressed to ‘My Dear Lower House’ and signed ‘Sinly yours, upper house’ by Gandhi. Kallenbach, a German born Jewish Architect lived with Gandhi in Johannesburg for 2 years starting 1907. Joseph Lelyveld, former editor of New York Times wrote a book, “Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and his struggle with India”. In this book Lelyveld quotes a letter from Gandhi to Kallenbach in which Gandhi wrote; ‘How completely you have taken possession of my body. This is slavery with a vengeance’. Gandhi shared a homosexual relationship with Kallenbach.
In 2012, the Congress govt of India paid approximately 700,000 British Pounds to buy this whole collection of letters between Gandhi and Kallenbach. The auction was scheduled to be held at Sotheby’s in London but was called off at the last minute. Sotheby’s said in a statement, “The Gandhi- Kallenbach archive has been sold in a private transaction to the Indian govt.” It was done to save the carefully crafted image of Gandhi by the Congress party and its sycophants.
“Gandhi: Naked Ambition” another book by Jad Adams mentions that Gandhi was a ruthless over- sexed cult leader. Gandhi had four sons from his illiterate wife. He said, ‘I am sure that had my love for her been absolutely untainted by lust, she would be a learned lady today’
Sarla Devi Choudhurani, a Bengali nationalist activist, Danish missionary Esther Faering and an English Admiral’s daughter, Madeleine Slade, who took the name of Miraben were among many young women with whom Gandhi shared intimate relations. These women spent a lot of time with Gandhi alone and were even exempted from the routine tasks in the ‘ashram’, (place of stay) which everyone else had to do. Gandhi also described Sarla Devi as his ‘spiritual wife’.
Gandhi used to preach celibacy. He always told his followers to shun sex and stay away from women including their wives. Gandhi himself used to sleep naked with women and young girls every night, including his great nieces, Manu and Abha. He told his disciples that it wasn’t difficult for an impotent man to stay away from women. The challenge was in a man with powerful sexual urges to resist them. He even used to share bed with his friends wives to test this illogical hypothesis of his. Even the best scientist in the world cannot succeed in all his/her experiments.
Who knows what used to happen with Gandhi’s so called; ‘experiments with truth’ in his bedroom at night? Why isn’t this perverted behavior of Gandhi mentioned in history books prescribed to school students across India? The reason is not to expose the sexual depravity of this sexually degraded man.
No one is aware of, what Gandhi did in bed with these women at night. There was a jealous competition among numerous young female followers of Gandhi regarding sleeping naked with him at night. Gandhi, in all probability enjoyed his carnal lust at night. During the mornings, he used to tell his supporters that he successfully resisted another night of temptation.
If anyone were to try these stunts in today’s world he would be labeled as a pervert and would soon find his name in the sexual offender’s list. All Indian govt’s have been guilty of preserving Gandhi’s name and reputation based on lies and propaganda to falsely portray him as a ‘Mahatma’ (Great Soul). He considered Whites as the supreme race, followed by Indians and then the blacks at the bottom.
Gandhi called Africans ‘Kaffirs’. This was a derogatory term used for black Africans at that time. Ghana removed a statue of Gandhi from its main university campus on 6th October, 2016 after a group of lecturers and students campaigned for the statute to be removed. They rightly said that Gandhi made racist comments about Africans.
He never even visited China once, due to the sole reason that his handlers, the British didn’t want China and India to have good neighborly relations. He supported the British during the Bambatha Rebellion in 1906, where a large number of Black Zulus were massacred.
His image as a peace-loving activist and champion of civil rights/anti-racism activist is a fake and crafted one. Gandhi also was not an emancipator of Indian lower caste Hindus. He was a firm believer of the absurd Hindu caste system. Gandhi coined useless terms like ‘Harijans’ (God’s people) for lower caste Hindus to further create more divisions in the already divided Hindu society. If lower caste persons were ‘God’s people’, then, as per this twisted logic of Gandhi, other Hindu caste members comprised of ‘Devil’s people’.
Instead of eliminating the caste system, Gandhi reinforced it by dragging his absurd, obsolete religious interpretations into every issue. During the First (1914-18) and the Second World War (1939-45) millions of Indians were drafted to fight for the Britishers by the colonial rulers. Gandhi actively urged Indians to enlist in the British army and fight for the empire during the First World War.
Gandhi was a man devoid of any morals/ethics. He was a selfish, hypocrite, self-obsessed, sex crazy maniac. Britishers shrewdly planted him into Indian society to sabotage India’s freedom movement. Real Indian freedom fighters like Bhagat Singh never got their due share of recognition due to the undue publicity given to this Gandhi and another of his fellow British agent, Jawaharlal Nehru, whose misdeeds require another article altogether.
If Gandhi had launched a nationwide movement seeking the withdrawal of death sentences against Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev Thapar and Shivaram Rajguru, numerous Indian citizens would have gladly participated in it. Bhagat Singh bravely came out in the open by indulging in a bold act of defiance against the British colonial rule. He and Batukeshwar Dutt exploded two improvised bombs inside the central legislative assembly in Delhi on 8th April, 1929.
They threw leaflets from the gallery and shouted slogans. Both of them courted arrest without offering any resistance. Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were hanged by the British on March 23rd, 1931.
Bhagat Singh achieved martyrdom at the young age of 23. He was an intellectual, atheist, revolutionary and would have easily become the universal poster boy for anti-imperialism even before global legend Che Guevara, who was born in 1928.
Britishers felt highly threatened by Bhagat Singh’s popularity that’s why they conspired to eliminate him. Gandhi just shed ‘crocodile tears’ instead of using his influence with the Britishers to save Bhagat Singh and his fellow revolutionaries from the gallows.
Nehru’s daughter Indira married a Muslim man by the name of Feroze Khan. She changed her religion and became a Muslim, Maimuna Begum. The marriage took place in a London Mosque. Gandhi ordered Nehru to ask Feroze to change his surname from Khan to Gandhi thus Feroze Khan became Feroze Gandhi. A lot of people in India as well as abroad still think that the present Gandhi family, which heads the Congress party in India, is the descendant of Gandhi. Through this absurd action of his, Gandhi pioneered the concept of dynastic politics in India.
Post 1947, Indian politicians cutting across party lines have cunningly used Gandhi’s half dressed image to glorify poverty and to keep India shackled in the chains of poverty, casteism and corruption. Gandhian line of thought implies, fooling people by dressing shabbily and preaching high values but doing the exact opposite in one’s personal life. Gandhi was a champion of these double standards.
Gandhi’s followers in India have continued his legacy of hypocrisy. India should stop glorifying this fraud character.
Gandhi doesn’t deserve titles of ‘Mahatma’ (great soul) and ‘father of the nation’. It’s high time that his glorified image is shattered and Gandhi’s reality be exposed globally as well as in India.
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