Black People : Ghandi and Racism.....

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  1. info-moetry

    info-moetry STAFF STAFF

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    GANDHI & RACISM
    Here you will see Gandhi's racist views towards the blacks.

    SUMMARY: To understand Gandhi's role towards the blacks, one requires a knowledge of Hinduism. Within the constraints, a few words on Hinduism will suffice: The caste is the bedrock of Hinduism. The Hindu term for caste is varna; which means arranging the society on a four-level hierarchy based on the skin color: The darker-skinned relegated to the lowest level, the lighter-skinned to the top three levels of the apartheid scale called the Caste System. The race factor underlies the intricate workings of Hinduism, not to mention the countless evil practices embedded within. Have no doubt, Gandhi loved the Caste system.

    Gandhi lived in South Africa for roughly twenty one years from 1893 to 1914. In 1906, he joined the military with a rank of Sergeant-Major and actively participated in the war against the blacks. Gandhi's racist ideas are also evident in his writings of these periods. One should ask a question : Were our American Black leaders including Dr. King aware of Gandhi's anti-black activities? Painfully, we have researched the literature and the answer is, no. For this lapse, the blame lies on the Afro-American newspapers which portrayed Gandhi in ever glowing terms, setting the stage for African-American leaders Howard Thurman, Sue Baily Thurman, Reverend Edward Carroll, Benjamin E. Mays, Channing H. Tobias, and William Stuart Nelson to visit India at different time periods to meet Gandhi in person. None of these leaders had any deeper understanding of Hinduism, British India, or the complexities of Gandhi's convoluted multi-layered Hindu mind. Frankly speaking, these leaders were no match to Gandhi's deceit; Gandhi hoodwinked them all, and that too, with great ease. Understanding of Hindu India with our black leaders never really improved even considering years later in March 1959, much after Gandhi's death, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., his wife, and Professor Lawrence D. Reddick visited India and to our way of analysis, they fared no better than their predecessors. We are certain, had Dr. King known Gandhi's anti-black and other criminal activities, he would have distanced his civil-rights movement away from the name of Gandhi. We recommend the following:

    http://www.trinicenter.com/WorldNews/ghandi4.htm
    http://www.trinicenter.com/WorldNews/ghandi5.htm
     
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    I-khan Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Ghandi was a bigot,plain and simple....
     
  3. info-moetry

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    this will go nicely with the other Ghandi thread!
     
  4. That Jones Boy

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    Interesting and to think all these years I had that Mofo as one of my main hereos this info on him should be more wide spread.
     
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    E-mail it to everyone you know
     
  6. That Jones Boy

    That Jones Boy Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I am going to copy and paste it to a couple of other forums I use.
    **** that Ghandi his heroic status is a real case of don't believe the hype.
     
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    You know - for some reason Family, when I was a strong Supporter of Dr. King, I always 'froze up' when it came to thinking of Ghandi...

    I thought something was 'not right' about him!

    KD
     
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