Mahatma Gandhi was fond of WOMEN, DARU and MEAT!

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Is India’s father, Mahatma Gandhi, beyond criticism? He played a decisive role in India’s independence, but does that absolve him of all the various other transgressions?In India, Mahatma Gandhi is considered untouchable, literally speaking. Even the Courts have dictated that accusing Bapu of anything negative could lead to jail sentence. Whether it is Mahatma Gandhi or someone ordinary, the constitution says everyone is equal. If I can applaud him for helping India gain freedom, I should be allowed to point out where he went astray…

Take away the freedom fighter in Gandhi and all that remains is a man full of all kinds of desires.

Let’s talk straight

Sleeping naked next to nubile, naked women, aged 18-25, to test his restraint was a regular practice. His bizarre sexual history is loaded with kinks and fetishes. We all have our own, too, so I don’t see anything inhuman in that. However, it clashes with the perception of the man. Dr L R Bali’s book, “RANGEELA GANDHI” & “KYA GANDHI MAHATMA THE”, illustrates Mahatma Gandhi’s deep seated desires. Gandhi has admitted that at the time of going to London for higher studies, he decided to keep off MEAT, DARU and SEX, but he couldn’t control his sexual urges.It has been alleged that Gandhi went to South Africa just for earning money and fame. Before heading for South Africa, he tried his luck in India but failed to create a successful law practice. He represented Abdullah & co. whose business involved smuggling. Gandhi charged heavy fees.In 1932, Gandhi collected 1crore & 32 lacs in the name of “TILAK SWRAJ” fund, which was collected for the use of DALITS. However, he did not spend even a single penny on the DALITS.Mahatma Gandhi proposed the value of ‘Ahimsa’ and urged everyone to follow that path. However, at the time of Second World War, he himself sent Indian army to reinforce England. How come Bapu didn’t find his act violent then? During daytime, Gandhi spent time with the Jhuggi people while at night, he enjoyed the luxury and comforts of the house of Birlas.

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It has been alleged that Gandhi went to South Africa just for earning money and fame. Before heading for South Africa, he tried his luck in India but failed to create a successful law practice. He represented Abdullah & co. whose business involved smuggling. Gandhi charged heavy fees.

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In 1932, Gandhi collected 1crore & 32 lacs in the name of “TILAK SWRAJ” fund, which was collected for the use of DALITS. However, he did not spend even a single penny on the DALITS

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Mahatma Gandhi proposed the value of ‘Ahimsa’ and urged everyone to follow that path. However, at the time of Second World War, he himself sent Indian army to reinforce England. How come Bapu didn’t find his act violent then? During daytime, Gandhi spent time with the Jhuggi people while at night, he enjoyed the luxury and comforts of the house of Birlas.

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Gandhi advised people to live a simple life while he himself, when in jail, enjoyed the company of three women in the premises to serve him in every way.

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Gandhi was responsible for initiating various ‘Andolans’ against the British Government but never took it to it conclusion. After only a few months of protest, Gandhi withdrew most of them. It defeated the purpose. What about the sacrifices of all those people who took part in the Andolans? In addition, he never led from the front. Even Gandhi’s own sons were against his philosophies.

Gandhi used to say that Subhash Chandra Bose was like his own son, but the Mahatma went on hunger strike in an attempt to oust him from the congress party. Isn’t these double standards? Gandhi even promised the British government that if they found Bose, they would hand him over to the authorities.

He kept people in the dark. He claimed he was trying to save Bhagat Singh, however, the truth was different. He never contacted the VICEROY about the Bhagat Singh issue. Such hidden intentions were revealed by a friend of the VICEROY & Bhagat Singh, named MANMATH NATH. Gandhi feared the growing popularity of Bhagat Singh, he was insecure and nervous.

download (1)Mahatma Gandhi said India’s partition would happen over his dead body. However, the truth was that Gandhi himself proposed and agreed to the formation of Pakistan.

Mahatma Gandhi once said: ”I am born to fulfill the laws of caste.” Should a father of the nation be mentioning caste as his agenda?

 Gandhi did not open a single door of a Hindu temple in Gujarat, his home province in India, for the UNTOUCHABLES.

If Mahatma Gandhi was alive today, and indulged in the activities that he did, he would be arrested for sexual abuse and other inglorious activities.


Content source: Naked Ambition by Jad Adams and other excerpts from internet.

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divya tripathy says:

Isha , Gandhi is not being insulted here . These are just some less popular facts or thoughts about him . And for your information . When India achieved it’s freedom , it was not even India . The British had never started ruling India as a whole . They took over us , with each princely state they conquered and they gave it back in the same manner . Gandhi was solely not responsible for Indiaa freedom

Anubhav Verma says:

Isha Negi – The guy who posted the article has facts so how can you be so sure that it’s nonsense

Raghav says:

You seem to have a lot of time in hand. It’s the 21st century, people can’t get enough of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. We, live around smartphones that talk to us, have apps that are worth more than some countries, make round trips to celestial objects. We are very grateful for MKG and others, but I believe you are confusing this generation with someone who gives a damn about what he did or who he really was. It has been like 7 decades, get over it already!

Nideesh Dileep says:

You could keep your opinion to yourself. The author has opinion and the person has valid proof for whatever that has been stated. Unless you have proof for your statements, I request you not to object his/her’s opinion. I truly believe that Bhagath Singh was a revolutionary and if he wasn’t hung to death, India would have gotten freedom much faster and we wouldn’t have had to beg for freedom like how “Mahatma” Gandhi did.

Mirza says:

As a Pakistani I don’t believe a word of what’s written, writer has an over-active imagination. The article itself is very poorly written.

Isha Negi says:

This is nonsense, utterly rubbish. And even if not. He is the “Father of the Nation” and today if we are living in an independent India it’s because of his strategies and struggle. And struggle of all Freedom fighters. So, “RESPECT”. We don’t know in what circumstances those pictures were clicked. And what situations made him to take decisions he took. But at the end his decisions and strategies gave us Freedom. And a kind of Freedom fight, which itself made the name of our India unique. The idea of nonviolent resistance is his gift to the world. We were not there, so stop criticizing. After all, I am sure and even we all know it, that, the fight for freedom was definitely not a simple one!!!! Insulting him is like insulting our Freedom.

Sanjeev says:

These pictures were clicked on right time. He did nothing for country. Waste of time this guy. Sex maniac. All he did sex with own daughter aged girls. Real fighters were Bhagat singh, Udham Singh. Not these nange benchod.

Mirza says:

Pictures are definitely taken out of context. Author of the article is just trying to get his 15 minutes of fame. Lame!

devendra says:

Actually we too don’t know how much truth is being served in our text books. When you research then only you reach the darkest part of a thing or a person that is covered with the creamy layer of goodness , heroic etc. etc. adjectives.

Sushant Singh says:

I already knew it.
Thankyou for enlightening us. Keep doing that.

Sushant Singh says:

I already knew it.
Thank you for enlightening us. Keep doing that.

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