Note: What we write here today will offend many. But, we have absolutely no intentions to make them happy either. What we write here today is an attempt to unmask the naked truth that has been hidden from us for long. We have been taught distorted history and we will be taught the same distorted history for long… still, we all deserve to know the truth.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (popularly known as Mahatma Gandhi – and mind it, he was not a Mahatma in any sense) was actually a racist and a mean person. If he did not show up in scene, India would have earned her independence years ago by riding the shoulders of the likes of Bhagat Singh, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and more. So, instead wasting time here, penning down a nice opening paragraph is something we will like to skip and dive deep into the dark facts about Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.
Dark Facts About Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi: 1-5
1. Despite being a Hindu by faith, to please the Muslims in the country (to prevent communal tensions), Gandhi banned the song Vande Mataram, which was not only worshiped by the Bengali community but also became a source of inspiration for India during the uprising against the British.
2. However, Muhammad Ali Jinnah objected to the song along with a few Muslim followers of his. Gandhi showed little regard for national sentiment and forced the whole nation to completely abandon the song after Jinnah demanded a ban on the song in 1938.
3. What followed was that the Congress circulated a manifesto in 1940, forbidding members of Congress from using the terms “Vande Mataram” during any announcement they make or during in public speech they deliver.
Source (#1 to #3): The Sacrifice of 55 Crores (Panchavanna Kotinche Bali) – 1971 | Written by Gopal Vinayak Godse.
4. Gandhi tried to propagate “Hindustani” as national language. This itself showed his pro-Muslim policy. In order to appease the Muslims, who didn’t like the idea of Hindi becoming India’s premier language, Gandhi shifted his stance from pro-Hindi to pro-Hindustani.
5. Hindustani, according to Gandhi was a sweet amalgam of Hindi and Urdu. The truth was that Hindustani was only a hybrid language – Hindi prostituted by Urdu. Hindustani was nothing more that a bastard language with no grammar and of course, no vocabulary at all.
Dark Facts About Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi: 6-10
6. Gandhi’s push for Hindustani (which he claimed to be flexible enough to proliferate with inputs from other regional languages and an undeniable contender for opposing English) led to brutal rape of Hindi (and of course Sanskrit) via creation of perversions such as Ustad Vasishth, Begum Seeta and Badshah Ram. Fortunately however, Hindustani never made it as national language of India.
Source (#4 to #6): The Great Speeches of Modern India | Written by Rudrangshu Mukherjee.
7. That’s not the end. Gandhi’s love for the Muslims is well reflected by the fact that he demanded that Hindu refugees who occupied a mosque in Delhi should empty it peacefully else, he will fast to death. He actually went into fasting. However, when the Muslims were brutally killing and raping Hindus in the newly formed Pakistan, he didn’t go into fasting and neither did he say anything to prevent the atrocities on Hindus.
Source: Same as #4 to #6
8. Want to know more pro-Muslim ideas of the fanatic we often call Mahatma Gandhi? On 6th of April 1947, Gandhi gave a speech where he said that even if the Muslims are out there, slicing through Hindu masses to wipe out the Hindu race, the Hindus should say nothing and should not be angry with the Muslim people.
9. During the same speech, he said that if the Muslims slit the throats of the Hindus, Hindus should accept death.
Source (#8 and #9): Fashi ani Nathuram Godse | Written by Gopal Godse.
10. Possibly you don’t know, there was a man named Swami Shradhanandji who started re-inducting people into Sanatana Dharma (or Hinduism as we call it) who were forcefully converted into Islam. This did not go well with someone called Abdul Rashid – a Muslim fanatic, who on December 23, 1926, killed / assassinated Swamiji at his home in Delhi’s Naya Bazar.