Gandhi: A true Mahatama?

A very good new book about Gandhi that chronicles his childish idiosyncracies, his biases and the stupidity and shallowness of his beliefs, drawing mostly from his own comments and writings.

It is a gripping read and has been an eye-opener to me about many things, such as that Hindus had begun to consider him as their enemy and showed him black flags wherever he went in his last days. 

I was amazed how much of his philosophy was derived from Christianity and how less from Hinduism. After reading the book, you will realise the man was in love with himself, could be quite heartless and insensitive to massive suffering of others and hungered after fame. Worse, Hindus were not enamoured of him — they only recognised him because the Europeans applauded him!

Gandhi, like Nehru, was another case in which the Whites deliberately raised the profile of some Indians through recognition and awards so that other Indians become impressed and begin to accept them as their leaders. The same game they are playing even today, isn’t it? Just look at the list of Western awards to the likes of Arundhati Roy, Arvind Adiga, Rajdeep Sardesai, Romila Thapar, Rahul Gandhi …. you get the idea.

This book on Gandhi has nine essays exploring Gandhi’s beliefs. Covers the true religious origins of his nonviolent struggle, his racism, his belief that a woman being raped should not be defended with force, his deep loyalty to Britain, his relations with the women of his ashram, his monstrous desire that Hindus allow Muslims to slaughter them without a fight, his poorly developed belief in the equality of all religions, and his inability to follow the Kshatriya dharma. Also, an analysis of the Aryan Invasion Theory and what it has wrought.

Read the book online by clicking here.

Download it on your computer and email it to as many people as you can, so that more and more Hindus can come out of this deranged man’s deadly influence.

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