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TOPIC: Hitler, not Gandhi, should be credited with India's independence

Hitler, not Gandhi, should be credited with India's independence 03 Jul 2014 14:26 #1

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 Hitler, NOT Gandhi, Should Be Given Credit for the Independence of India in 1947

Dr. Susmit Kumar, Ph.D.

World War II had a profound effect on the colonial powers because it completely destroyed their economies. Although Hitler committed crimes against humanity, I give him credit—and not Gandhi—for India’s independence immediately after World War II. Hitler destroyed the economies of Britain and France to such an extent that they were no longer able to financially maintain their military forces, and were hence incapable of containing the burgeoning freedom movements in their colonies. It is worth noting that Britain was in such bad shape that it received about one-fourth of the total aid given under the Marshall Plan. Regardless of Gandhi or any other charismatic leader, Britain would have left India in 1947 purely for financial reasons, due to its wholly collapsed economy. After WWII, Britain left not only India but nearly all its other holdings, including Jordan in 1946, Palestine in 1947, Sri Lanka in 1948, Myanmar in 1948, and Egypt in 1952. For the same reason, France also had to grant independence to Laos in 1949 and Cambodia in 1953, and had to leave Vietnam in 1954. Had there been no Hitler and no World War II, it most probably would have taken another 30 or more years for India and some of the other colonies to achieve independence.

Another major consequence of World War II was that it greatly hastened Indian political independence. The highly publicized Cripps Mission that took place in India in 1942 was essentially a political ploy approved by Churchill to buy time for Britain and to try to assuage anti-colonialist feelings in the U.S.[1]

British historians P.J. Cain and A.G. Hopkins described the hopeless situation of the British in India as follows:

By the end of war, there was a loss of purpose at the very center of the imperial system. The gentlemanly administrators who managed the Raj no longer had the heart to devise new moves against increasing odds, not least because after 1939 the majority of the Indian Civil Service were themselves Indian. In 1945 the new Viceroy, Wavell, commented on the “weakness and weariness of the importance of the instrument still our disposal in the shape of the British element in the Indian Civil Service. The town had been lost to opponents of the Raj; the countryside had slipped beyond control. Widespread discontent in the army was followed in 1946 by a mutiny in the navy. It was then Wavell, the unfortunate messenger, reported to London that India had become ungovernable [which finally led to the independence of India].[2]

There is a saying that history is written by the victors of war. One of the greatest myths, first propagated by the Indian Congress Party in 1947 upon receiving the transfer of power from the British, and then by court historians, is that India received its independence as a result of Mahatma Gandhi’s non-violence movement. This is one of the supreme inaccuracies of Indian history because had there been no Hitler and no World War II, Gandhi’s movement would have slowly fizzled out because gaining full independence would have taken several more decades. By that time, Gandhi would have long been dead, and he would have gone down in history as simply one of several great Indian freedom fighters of the times, such as Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Lala Lajpat Rai, Motilal Nehru, Dada Bhai Naoroji, and C.R. Das. He would never have received the vast publicity that he did for his nonviolence movement. Political independence for India was achieved not by Mahatma Gandhi, but rather by Hitler rendering the British Empire a bankrupt entity.

In fact, Gandhi’s popularity among the masses had decreased substantially already in the 1930s, perhaps partially because in reality Gandhi had no idea of how to bring about India’s independence. At the Madras Congress session in 1927, when Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and Subhas Chandra Bose, two other freedom movement leaders, succeeded in having a resolution passed declaring India’s complete independence, Gandhi was annoyed, and hence—only to cater to Gandhi—the Madras resolution was modified to request dominion status under the British the following year at the Calcutta Congress Session in 1928.

Subhas Chandra Bose was a genius with a superlative academic record. After only six months of preparation, he stood fourth in the prestigious Indian Civil Services (ICS) examination, which in those days was held at regular intervals in Britain. In his book The Indian Struggle, Bose described his first meeting with Gandhi in 1921:

I began to heap question upon question…The reply to the first question satisfied me…His reply to the second question was disappointing and his reply to the third question was no better…My reason told me clearly…that there was a deplorable lack of clarity in the plan which the Mahatma had formulated and that he himself had no clear idea of the successive stages of the campaign which would bring India to her cherished goal of freedom.[3]

Bose was unanimously elected Congress Party president in 1938. The following year, he decided that the party should launch a nationwide civil disobedience movement, giving the British six months’ notice. With this goal in mind, he decided to run for re-election as party president. This was completely within precedent; just before his term, Nehru had also been Congress Party president for two terms. Gandhi, however, was not pleased. He threw his entire support behind Sitaramayya, another senior Congress leader. Despite this, Bose defeated him. Gandhi said publicly that the defeat of Sitaramayya was his own defeat. He then manipulated his followers in ensuing executive committee meetings in such a way that he forced Bose to resign from the party. Commenting on this, Aurobindo Ghosh, the nationally famous freedom fighter turned renunciate, stated:

The Congress at the present stage—what is it but a Fascist organization? Gandhi is the dictator like Stalin, I won’t say like Hitler: what Gandhi says they accept and even the Working Committee follows him; then it goes to the All-India Congress Committee which adopts it, and then the Congress. There is no opportunity for any difference of opinion, except for Socialists who are allowed to differ provided they don’t seriously differ. Whatever resolutions they pass are obligatory on all the provinces whether the resolutions suit the provinces or not. There is no room for any other independent opinion. Everything is fixed up before and the people are only allowed to talk over it—like Stalin’s Parliament.

Ultimately, however, Gandhi and the Congress Party opted for a “Quit India Movement” against the British in 1942 and he spread the slogan “Do or Die,” which in fact Subhas had proposed in 1938. The British government arrested all the top Congress Party leaders and thus killed the Quit India Movement before it had a chance to gather steam. It fizzled out entirely within a matter of months.

Although Bose’s Indian National Army (INA), which drew its cadre from Indian POW’s in Japanese camps and fought along with Japanese forces on India’s eastern front towards the end of the war, failed in its ultimate mission, indirectly it succeeded in causing the British to leave India early. When Japan surrendered, the British charged 20,000 INA men with treason. They decided to hold the trial in public at the Red Fort in Delhi. The first three of Bose’s  officers to be tried were a Hindu, a Muslim, and a Sikh. This immediately united Indians of all three religions against the British. While the Muslim League was at that time fighting with the Congress Party and demanding a separate state for Muslims, on this issue it joined Congress in the now-national movement against the INA officers’ trial. Most of Bose’s army cadres were Muslims.

On November 21 and 23, 1945, a mass demonstration took place in Kolkata (Calcutta). Participants included members of the Congress Party, the Communist Party, and Muslim League. The police shot more than 200 people, of whom 33 died. Then the British decided to put on trial only those INA men who were charged with committing murder or brutality against other POW’s. However, Kolkata simply exploded when, in February 1946, an Abdul Rashid Khan (a Muslim) of the INA was given seven years’ rigorous imprisonment for murder. The protest began peacefully by students of the Muslim League, but later students of the Congress and Communist parties joined them in solidarity. Both the police and the army were called to put down what came to be known as “the almost revolution.” This time nearly 400 people were shot down, and nearly 100 killed. Since racial discrimination was rampant in the Royal Indian Navy, Khan’s trial gave thousands of Indians the excuse to mutiny. The mutiny spread to nearly 80 ships and 20 sites on land. This came closer to overthrowing the British than anything Gandhi ever did. The reasons behind Indian independence are nicely summarized by the esteemed Indian historian Ramesh Chandra Majumdar:

There is, however, no basis for the claim that the Civil Disobedience Movement directly led to independence. The campaigns of Gandhi … came to an ignoble end about fourteen years before India achieved independence … During the First World War the Indian revolutionaries sought to take advantage of German help in the shape of war materials to free the country by armed revolt. But the attempt did not succeed. During the Second World War Subhas Bose followed the same method and created the INA. In spite of brilliant planning and initial success, the violent campaigns of Subhas Bose failed … The Battles for India’s freedom were also being fought against Britain, though indirectly, by Hitler in Europe and Japan in Asia. None of these scored direct success, but few would deny that it was the cumulative effect of all the three that brought freedom to India. In particular, the revelations made by the INA trial, and the reaction it produced in India, made it quite plain to the British, already exhausted by the war, that they could no longer depend upon the loyalty of the sepoys [low-ranking Indian soldiers under British command] for maintaining their authority in India. This had probably the greatest influence upon their final decision to quit India.”[4]

It was British prime minister Clement Atlee who, when granting independence to India, said that Gandhi’s non-violence movement had next to zero effect on the British. In corroboration, Chief Justice P.B. Chakrabarty of the Kolkata High Court, who had earlier served as acting governor of West Bengal, disclosed the following in a letter addressed to the publisher of Ramesh Chandra Majumdar’s book A History of Bengal:

You have fulfilled a noble task by persuading Dr. Majumdar to write this history of Bengal and publishing it … In the preface of the book Dr. Majumdar has written that he could not accept the thesis that Indian independence was brought about solely, or predominantly by the non-violent civil disobedience movement of Gandhi. When I was the acting Governor, Lord Atlee, who had given us independence by withdrawing the British rule from India, spent two days in the Governor’s palace at Calcutta during his tour of India. At that time I had a prolonged discussion with him regarding the real factors that had led the British to quit India. My direct question to him was that since Gandhi’s “Quit India” movement had tapered off quite some time ago and in 1947 no such new compelling situation had arisen that would necessitate a hasty British departure, why did they have to leave? In his reply Atlee cited several reasons, the principal among them being the erosion of loyalty to the British Crown among the Indian army and navy personnel as a result of the military activities of Netaji [Subhash Chandra Bose]. Toward the end of our discussion I asked Atlee what was the extent of Gandhi’s influence upon the British decision to quit India. Hearing this question, Atlee's lips became twisted in a sarcastic smile as he slowly chewed out the word, “m-i-n-i-m-a-l!” [5]
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Hitler, not Gandhi, should be credited with India's independence 03 Jul 2014 14:28 #2

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I'd never drawn the connection between the widespread ending of colonial occupation in many former colonies and the economic destruction wreaked on Britain and France by Germany making continued military occupation of their colonies completely unviable.
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Hitler, not Gandhi, should be credited with India's independence 03 Jul 2014 15:12 #3

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Hitler, not Gandhi, should be credited with India's independence 03 Jul 2014 22:15 #4

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Hitler, not Gandhi, should be credited with India's independence 05 Jul 2014 12:11 #5

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The picture at 46:54 on is quite nice :)
but then at 51:13 - a menorah!!!


About Subhash Chandra Bose Daughter Anita Bose Pfaff

Anita Bose Pfaff (also Anita Bose-Pfaff, Anita B. Pfaff) (born 1942 in Vienna) is the daughter of Indian nationalist leader Subhas Chandra Bose (Netaji) and his Austrian wife, Emilie Schenkl.

Anita Bose Pfaff, Bose's only child, was born in Vienna where her father visited in 1934 for medical treatment. During his stay Bose asked an Indian friend to locate an English-speaking secretary to help him with a book he was planning to author.

The friend, who ran an English conversation course, introduced him to Emilie Schenkl in June 1934. Emilie was the daughter of a prominent veterinary surgeon. They soon fell in love and married in 1942 in Bad Gastein as per Hindu customs to avoid Nazi conjugal law. Anita Bose was only a 4 weeks baby when her father last saw her, and she was only about two and three quarters (years old] when her father most likely died in an air-crash in what is now Taiwan -- in August 1945

Academic career

Anita was a Professor of Economics in the Faculty of Economics in the University of Augsburg. She wrote a biopic on her father titled "Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Germany". The book is a collection of the records shared by Professor Anita Pfaff as well as other known biographers and writers. The book depicts interesting facts about the life of Bose and his contribution to freedom struggle of India. First copy of the book titled Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Germany by Professor Anita B. Pfaff was given to the President of India Pranab Mukherjee at Rashtrapati Bhavan on 6 February 2013. The book was brought out by the Federation of Indo-German Societies in India. [3]
Marriage and Family

Anita, who was born in 1942, is married to Professor Martin Pfaff, formerly a German Social Democratic Party member of the Bundestag, the German parliament. They have three children: Peter Arun, Thomas Krishna and Maya Carina.[4]

Anita Bose was brought up by her mother as her father, Subhas Chandra Bose, was engulfed in the struggle for India's independence.
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There is a mention of Anita Bose in Bollywood film Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero.

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She does not even know the true origin of her first name given to her by her father and in general she appears to be quite re-educated by post war propaganda, but she has several children and grandchildren, all with Indian names, and as history has proven, awareness more often than not skips one ore two generations :)


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At least she does not spit on her father's grave, like other brainwashed Germans/Austrians.

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Hitler, not Gandhi, should be credited with India's independence 07 Jul 2014 22:39 #6

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Great post. Was it really Hitler? Hitler admired the British Empire and viewed it as a great civilizing force. Hitler had no desire for war with Britain and assiduously sought peace. The peace movement in Britain was strong and in fact, without the constant lobbying and oratory of Winston Churchill, Britain would have very likely either not declared war on Germany, or negotiated a quick peace deal after our defeat in continental Europe. Churchill destroyed the British Empire, but Churchill was in the pay of a group of bankers called "the focus" ( see David Irving). I think the major figure in the Focus was a Jewish, Zionist banker. Churchill was a fat, corrupt, greedy, alcoholic, bankrupt who whored his considerable political talents out for hard cash.

The Americans hated the British Empire and used Britain's predicament to bankrupt the UK. Enoch Powell, a senior intelligence officer in WWII, always said that the destruction of the British Empire was a covert aim of American foreign policy and that they planned top sell the UK out to Stalin.

Churchill, Roosevelt and Zionist conspirators destroyed the British Empire.
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Hitler, not Gandhi, should be credited with India's independence 08 Jul 2014 00:23 #7

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I can't say I agree with your second paragraph. Britain and America formed the Anglo American establishment for the benefit of the Empire as they view it which is the whole of the English Speaking People. The plutocracy calling the shots from London and the various powers centers in the States have worked towards establishing a United States of Europe and there are numerous quotes from figures both sides of the pond which state that aim. Breaking up the British Empire was necessary to push us towards Europe and for Europe to accept us. The power of the Empire simply shifted to the American navy and military. Britain maintained influence over the former colonies and still does with the assistance of the USA.

The power structure has essentially remained the same although different elements have established positions in various geographic locations outside of Great Britain. The family lines and ties have been a constant with different branches marrying across continental divides. The land masses are just squares on the board and the populations are nothing more than sacrificial pawns. Why would they settle for a tiny rock like Great Britain when they could achieve full spectrum dominance, over the majority of the productive areas of the world? These people are dynastic and have no national loyalties when it comes to business.

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Hitler, not Gandhi, should be credited with India's independence 08 Jul 2014 08:43 #8

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Hi Frog, I'm not saying you're wrong but world history is like a rabbit warren. Bloodlines and "Jews" are two (among many) specific tunnels in the rabbit warren that it's possible to enter and lose yourself in to the extant that you lose consciousness of the warren itself, of course, it's also a tactic of evasion for enemies of truth to deny the specific relevance of a particular tunnel by citing the existence of many other possible directions of exploration.

What I'm saying is not that you are incorrect, but that your correct analysis of one area of interest and control, does not preclude the existence of other interests and alternative, or parallel interests and influences. Peter Hitchens has exposed the envious and predatory nature of America's "special relationship" in a recent radio 4 broadcast (hey! even a stopped clock tells the right time twice a day). He has an entry on his blog that's worth a read. The extent to which the USA bled Britain white is breathtaking. I lost a lot of love for our "cousins".

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I'm not saying that there aren't other players or agendas at play. I'm saying that the same people/dynasties are behind the more prevalent and pervasive activity which is steering us towards greater integration/consolidation. Many of the distractions and alternative paths have a tendency to lead back to some off shoot of an organisation with direct ties back to the Anglo American Establishment. It's a beast with many heads all of which need to be lopped off to make a significant impact.

It's impossible to look at the Anglo American Establishment as one idea as it is a vast network of organisations striving for a common goal. It operates on so many levels throughout organisations that effect socialites, economies and industries across the globe. I'm not sure that it's possible to narrow the Anglo American Establishment down to anyone group of individuals or sphere of influence as it is the bigger picture. We also cant attribute it to anyone Nations interests because they don't operate on that level, they see the world as a playground, they have no loyalties to any geographic location. That's why American people are being hung out to dry right now, in the same way as most of the developed regions of the West have been. It's just a cycle in the great scheme of things and what they pull down they can easily build back up. Once the east becomes successful enough attentions will shift back to the new third world countries which were previously the first world nations of the West.

I'm not sure that we can judge our cousins in other lands for what their governments and the Plutocrats have done and continue to do. We are all being played. The sooner we realise that in great enough numbers the sooner we can tear the whole thing down. For me that is one of the important things about the web and computers generally. Computers have given us a much more common language as most programmers etc. need a good understanding of English which gives us a universal language. The web gives us the opportunity to tap into a global feedback loop, which allows us to discover what other people in far of lands experience and how their systems function etc. Once you get in touch with normal people you soon discover that the same game is at play and we are all pawns. The tricks and tactics used to roll out the plan against us are the same tried and tested scams, which have been used throughout history. They just add a little twist here and there to obfuscate what's going on and give things a modern feel. The thing is technology and virtually instant communication gives us the power to discover and expose what's happening in real time. Millions of hours of international research starts to condense down into things which are much easier to identify. All we need to do now if understand how we can bring our collective powers together and work towards a solution that benefits us all. TPTB know that and they are in a race to beat us making those last few steps towards the gates of freedom. For the first time in human history the people have the power and means at their disposal to totally overturn what has been done against them for thousands of years, by such a tiny minority.

We just need to break the spell that locks the majority into their trance like state, and from what I can see we are making an impression and are on our way to reaching the tipping point. It's pretty impressive when you sit back and think about it. The web has only really matured over the last ten years and look at the impact it has had on global awareness. The governments are all too aware of the advances people are making for themselves and they are busy trying to steer and control peoples use of new technologies. I think our next big leap is going to come from Cryptocurrencies once people start to realise what they are and how they function. Once people adopt cryptocurrencies on a large scale the power of the banks and governments will start to fade away. We should all be concentrating on solutions as much as possible now that we know where the problems stem from.

The people have the technology and means to form governments over the web.
There are crowd funding models that we can use to build our own infrastructures and develop our own ideas.
We have cryptocurrencies to fund our own systems of trade locally and internationally.

The major obstacle comes from our own minds and attitudes towards these tools, and our failure to recognise the power we have as individuals should we break free of our old perceptions of government and money etc. They are all fictions and the only creative force comes from the individual and groups of individuals working towards common goals.

It would also help if we started looking at other nations as groups of people who tend to share the same common aspirations. Rather than judging them by the actions of their governments and their policies, which do not represent the views or feelings of the people they claim to represent.

It's time to start playing a new game with a whole new set of rules imho.

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It would have been in Germany's interest that the British Empire began to crumble once WW2 had started.

However, the US was far more ideologically opposed to the Empire than Germany ever was. British naval tonnage had to be more than the second and third naval powers' combined to keep hold of imperial shipping lanes and thus the empire. This orthodoxy ended under American pressure. American pressure also caused the end of the Empire's alliance with Japan. The pro-American and pro-League of Nations faction within the UK ensured that a poorly equipped country was facing war on two hemispheres never mind two fronts.
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From this BOOK I learned more about India and Afghanistan and Russia and GB ....
and ancient GEOPOLITICS at work since aeons, than from any "history" book ever!


Highly recommended!



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I would like to know why this liapedia article is not available in German:




Hindu–German Conspiracy


The Hindu–German Conspiracy (Note on the name) was a series of plans between 1914 and 1917 by Indian nationalist groups to attempt Pan-Indian rebellion against the British Raj during World War I, formulated between the Indian revolutionary underground and exiled or self-exiled nationalists who formed, in the United States, the Ghadar Party, and in Germany, the Indian independence committee, in the decade preceding the Great War.[1][2][3] The conspiracy was drawn up at the beginning of the war, with extensive support from the German Foreign Office, the German consulate in San Francisco, as well as some support from Ottoman Turkey and the Irish republican movement. The most prominent plan attempted to foment unrest and trigger a Pan-Indian mutiny in the British Indian Army from Punjab to Singapore. This plot was planned to be executed in February 1915 with the aim of overthrowing British rule over the Indian subcontinent. The February mutiny was ultimately thwarted when British intelligence infiltrated the Ghadarite movement and arrested key figures. Mutinies in smaller units and garrisons within India were also crushed.

Other related events include the 1915 Singapore Mutiny, the Annie Larsen arms plot, the Jugantar–German plot, the German mission to Kabul, the mutiny of the Connaught Rangers in India, as well as, by some accounts, the Black Tom explosion in 1916. Parts of the conspiracy included efforts to subvert the British Indian Army in the Middle Eastern theatre of World War I.

The Indo-German alliance and the conspiracy were the target of a worldwide British intelligence effort, which was successful in preventing further attempts. American intelligence agencies arrested key figures in the aftermath of the Annie Larsen affair in 1917. The conspiracy resulted in the Lahore conspiracy case trials in India as well as the Hindu–German Conspiracy Trial—at the time the longest and most expensive trial ever held in the United States.[1]

This series of events was consequential to the Indian independence movement. Though largely subdued by the end of World War I, it came to be a major factor in reforming the Raj's Indian policy.[4] Similar efforts were made during World War II in Germany and in Japanese-controlled Southeast Asia, where Subhas Chandra Bose formed the Indische Legion and the Indian National Army respectively, and in Italy where Mohammad Iqbal Shedai formed the Battaglione Azad Hindoustan.


Read more: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hindu%E2%80%93German_Conspiracy




Side note:

I wonder if there is a connection between Subhash Chandra Bose (see previous commets) and

:) de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bose
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Hitler, NOT Gandhi, Should Be Given Credit for the Independence of India in 1947


In case the website from post #1 ever gets deleted:

de.scribd.com/document/197511026/Hitler-NOT-Gandhi-Should-Be-Given-Credit-for-the-Independence-of-India-in-1947



What did Hitler think of India and Indian people?

www.quora.com/What-did-Hitler-think-of-India-and-Indian-people?

Up to now I could only verify part of the quotes and they are taken out of context,
or are taken from the not really trustworthy and massively pushed by the mainstream
"Table Talks", nonetheless I want to post this link for certain reasons.



Bose, Not Gandhi, Ended British Rule In India: Ambedkar

swarajyamag.com/politics/bose-not-gandhi-ended-british-rule-in-india-ambedkar

In an interview to BBC in February 1955, Babasaheb elucidated the reason why the British left India in 1947. Subsequently, Attlee agreed Netaji was the toughest challenge the Empire faced. Several defence and intelligence experts agreed, too. ;)



This video is the most noteworthy thing about this article.



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Hitler And Mahatma Gandhi Talk




vid descr
This isn't an attempt to diss the great Gandhi, it's just an insight of some of the letters exchanged between them. The letters were real and can be obtained from any main library thorough it's archive storage. Mahatma Gandhi's Views On Jews And Hitler. What did the world renowned peace activist and pre-eminent political and ideological leader think about the issues that affected the world.


I post this video in this thread because it's also about Gandhi's grandson, Arun Manilal Gandhi, who was forced by the usual suspects to resign as head of his M. K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence .




In 2007, after the passing of his wife, the institute moved to Rochester, New York, and is currently located on the University of Rochester River Campus. After a January 2008 op-ed in the Washington Post's "On Faith" section where Gandhi said that Israelis talked too much about the Holocaust and were losing world sympathy and that Israel and the U.S. were the biggest contributors to the world-threatening "culture of violence", his ties to Rochester were imperiled. Gandhi apologized by saying he had only meant to say right-wing Likud supporters were part of the problem, but the University did not accept his explanation and informed him that the institute would be closed unless he resigned from it. Gandhi quit soon after and has not returned to the institute in any capacity since then.

Gandhi has given many speeches about nonviolence in many countries. During his tour to Israel, he urged the Palestinians to resist Israeli occupation peacefully to assure their freedom. In August 2004, Gandhi proposed to the Palestinian Parliament a peaceful march of 50,000 refugees across the Jordan River to return to their homeland, and said MPs should lead the way. Gandhi also claimed that the fate of Palestinians is ten times worse than that of blacks in South African Apartheid. He asked: "What would happen? Maybe the Israeli army would shoot and kill several. They may kill 100. They may kill 200 men, women and children. And that would shock the world. The world will get up and say, 'What is going on?'."

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arun_Manilal_Gandhi#Career



Btw, Alison will be put on witch trial tomorrow.

Context: truth-zone.net/forum/news-and-current-affairs/65593-jews-continue-pressure-for-internet-censorship.html?start=40#242051


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