lunedì 6 ottobre 2014

Secondo gli induisti ortodossi Gandhi non era quello stinco di santo che si dice...

Gandhi era un filo-islamico filo-britannico traditore del Sanatana Dharma e del popolo Hindu. Deformò il concetto vedico di Ahimsa per sostituirlo con la sua concezione pacifista antivedica di non-violenza. Assieme all'altro traditore Nehru, fece a pezzi la Madre India per donarne una parte agli invasori islamici (il cosiddetto Pakistan), causando così lo sterminio di milioni di Hindu e la distruzione di moltissimi templi, ed attirando  sul suo capo la maledizione di Sri Aurobindo e di tanti altri Acharya suoi

C'è ben poco da ricordare un essere demoniaco del genere che ha causato milioni di morti innocenti: semmai dobbiamo rendere omaggio a Nathuram Gosde, il pio brahmana che offrì la sua vita in sacrificio per il Dharma pur di giustiziare Gandhi, e di porre fine allo sterminio degli Hindu che la sua folle "nonviolenza" continuava a causare!

Arya Samaj Roma  -

Articolo collegato:
Nathuram Godse, the RSS, and the Murder of Gandhi

On 30 January 1948, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, known around the world
as Mahatma Gandhi, and to his countrymen and women as Bapu, the
“Father of the Nation”, was shot dead by Nathuram Vinayak Godse, a
Chitpavan Brahmin from Pune. Much ink has been spilled on determining
whether Godse was, at that time, a member of the RSS, or indeed of the
Hindu Mahasabha, or perhaps of neither organization. Though Godse
single-handedly carried out the execution of Gandhi, others were
implicated in the assassination plot, and among those against whom the
Indian government filed charges was Veer Savarkar. Godse, as
investigations after Gandhi’s murder were to reveal, appears to have
been close to Savarkar, a prominent leader of the Hindu Mahasabha.
Godse was certainly a frequent visitor to Savarkar’s residence, and he
did not, in the time that intervened between his arrest on January 30
and his execution upon conviction of the charge of murder nearly two
years later, ever disown his association with the Mahasabha.

The general consensus appears to be that Nathuram, who saw himself as
a passionate and ardent defender of the Hindu motherland against the
depredations of Muslims, was at one point active in the RSS but
resigned his membership in the early 1930s. This mere fact, if fact it
be, has been pounced upon by the RSS in the five decades following
Gandhi’s assassination to argue that Godse had no association with the
RSS, and curiously Nathuram’s younger brother, Gopal Godse, who was
convicted of partaking in the conspiracy to murder Gandhi and served a
fifteen-year jail term and still speaks in the most bitter terms of
Gandhi as the betrayer of India, has himself on more than one occasion
had to issue a strong rejoinder to the RSS, with whose ideological
outlook he is otherwise in complete sympathy, for attempting to
disguise his brother’s long-term association with the RSS. Thus,
shortly after releasing Nathuram’s book, Why I Assassinated Mahatma
Gandhi, in December 1993, Gopal Godse in an interview with Frontline
magazine stated: “All the [Godse] brothers were in the RSS. Nathuram,
Dattatreya, myself and Govind. You can say we grew up in the RSS
rather than in our home. It was like a family to us. Nathuram had
become a baudhik karyavah [intellectual worker] in the RSS. He has
said in his statement that he left the RSS. He said it because [Madhav
Sadashiv] Golwalkar and the RSS were in a lot of trouble after the
murder of Gandhi. But he did not leave the RSS.” [See issue of 28
January 1994]

Whether Godse formally remained a member of the RSS is much less
important than the fact that though the Hindu Mahasabha and the RSS
had some ideological differences, both organizations were united in
their extreme hostility to Gandhi as well as to Muslims. Golwalkar and
Savarkar shared a platform in Pune in 1952, as Sitaram Yechury’s What
Is This Hindu Rashtra (Madras: Frontline Publications, 1993) has
recently documented, and it is a little-known fact that at one point
the RSS, eager to foment the impression that it did not stand by the
virulently anti-Muslim sentiments expressed in Golwalkar’s influential
book, We or Our Nationhood Defined (1938), claimed that the author of
the book was Babarao Savarkar, the brother of Veer Savarkar. Sardar
Patel, the Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister in Nehru’s Cabinet,
was himself inclined to view the Mahasabha and the RSS as
organizations that had together created an atmosphere in which, as he
wrote on 18 July 1948 to the Hindu Mahasabha leader, Shyam Prasad
Mookerjee, “such a ghastly tragedy [Gandhi’s assassination] became
possible. There is no doubt in my mind that the extreme section of the
Hindu Mahasabha was involved in this conspiracy.” Yet, as Patel added,
in terms that leave no room to doubt that from his standpoint the RSS
also stood implicated in Gandhi’s assassination, “The activities of
the RSS constituted a clear threat to the existence of Government and
the State. Our reports show that those activities, despite the ban,
have not died down. Indeed, as time has marched on, the RSS circles
are becoming more defiant and are indulging in their subversive
activities in an increasing measure.” Two months later, on September
11th, Patel was again unequivocal in his denunciation of the role
played by the RSS in Gandhi’s assassination: addressing Golwalkar,
Patel spoke about the “poison” spread by the RSS. Following Gandhi’s
murder, “Even an iota of the sympathy of the Government or of the
people no more remained for the RSS. In fact opposition grew.
Opposition turned more severe, when the RSS men expressed joy and
distributed sweets after Gandhiji’s death.”

It scarcely matters, then, whether Nathuram Godse retained membership
in the RSS when he shot Gandhi dead. Godse was involved in Hindu
extremist organizations, including the RSS and the Hindu Mahasabha,
his entire adult life, and the continuing attempts by RSS to evade
responsibility for Gandhi’s assassination are characteristic of that
extreme pusillanimity and tendency to falsehood which have always been
the signal trademarks of an organization that is determined to bring
the idea of Hindu Rashtra to fruition.

Vinay Lal -

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