Objective History of the Ideological Destruction of India (Part 2)

In the decade of 1970, Yuri Bezmenov, who was doing propaganda for the Soviet Union, defected to the United States. The secret agency of the Soviet Union, the KGB, used very frightening methods to spread the Communist ideology throughout the world. Bezmenov revealed all their secrets to the world. The name of that process was, ‘Ideological Subversion !’ However, many empires of the world have been using this technique for thousands of years. The British Empire was one of them.

The British were far smarter than the Islamic bandits. They ruled India for 200 years by making Indians their agents. The intentions of bandits are obvious; but who were these Indians who cooperated with the British ? Also, why did they do it ? When there was so much knowledge and glory in India, which is called ‘Sone ki Chidiya (The golden bird)’, how did we suddenly become so weak ? We were defeated not by others, but by our own people. This is not the story we have all been told. This is the story of the real history of India, the ideological subversion of India ! A video highlighting this issue has been aired on the National YouTube channel ‘Prachyam’. In this article, we provide the insightful and awareness-raising information of this video, which has been viewed by 1.5 million people so far. (Part2)

12. The least dangerous leader for the British was Mohandas Gandhi

Mohandas Gandhi’s role in the subversion of the Indian public, whether unintentionally or not, cannot be denied. In this regard, Sandeep Balkrishna says, “Many people fought for the freedom of India. Among them, Gandhi was perceived by the British to be the least dangerous. Gandhi changed the direction of the entire freedom struggle. A large crowd followed him. They all belonged to different strata of society. There was no other public leader like him at that time !”

“If you read Gandhi’s book ‘Hind Swaraj’, you will find it a strange book in which Gandhi himself asks questions and also answers those questions himself”, says Sanjay Dixit, a former chartered officer and author. “He has a strange concept of non-violence. In this regard, Gandhi says, ‘Do not kill a thief; because, if your father comes to steal in your house, will you kill him ?’ This logic is simply unimaginable ! Who else, but only Gandhi could have reasoned thus !”

13. Commencement of family-rule in Congress from 1928

In 1928, Motilal made his son Jawaharlal the President of Congress with the help of Gandhi. This is where the tradition of family-rule in Congress started. Mohandas Gandhi publicly introduced Jawaharlal Nehru as the purest soul with unquestionable sincerity. He went a step ahead and declared that the country is safe in Nehru’s hands.

Essentially, Nehru was an absolute Brown saheb. He was way too far from the original authenticity of India. He was an advocate of Fabian Democracy, that is, the slow and reformative adoption of the principles of Social Democracy, and not by subversion through revolutionary means. Raised in a British environment in Allahabad and England, Nehru was in the wrong place at the wrong time. He dreamt of becoming a hero who gave complete Independence to the country by becoming the President of his father’s Party; but someone else (the then Prime Minister of England Winston Churchill) had something else in his mind. The biggest diamond in the world rule of the British was India.

14. Promotion of the Partition of India in the form of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Just when the freedom movement seemed to descend into a definite reality, the British again planted another Brown saheb of the Imperial Council in London. His name was Muhammad Ali Jinnah ! Sandeep Balkrishna says in this regard, “Winston Churchill and some other British leaders planted Jinnah in a special way. Correspondence between Jinnah and Churchill has recently been revealed by Indian organisations such as India House”.

Bezmenov says of this turn of events in the Independence movement, “Fifteen years ago Jinnah’s wrongdoings were ignored, but now he has made it a political problem. He now began to demand official recognition, respect, human rights. To fulfil his ambition he organised a large mobilisation of Muslims that led to violence between them and the Police. His supporters, the Muslims and the general public (Hindus and Sikhs) faced each other. This is called destabilisation.

Historian, scholar and author Abhas Maldiar says, “Now the Dravidian and Khalistani movements were born. Islamic fundamentalism tended to become more fanatical. As you may know, Muslims were forced to fight for the Caliphate during the Mopla Rebellion in the 1920s. In fact, even the Turks did not want a Caliph. During the 1940s, there was also talk of dividing Muslim-majority areas through the Communist movement. In short, many separatist movements were rooted during that period”.

15. The last stage of Subversion – Crisis

By 1945, Jinnah and his associates had greatly worsened the religious situation in India. The whole country was burning. All the agitations of the Congress had failed miserably. Brown sahebs changed their side at the right time and took advantage of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s popularity. The British mistakenly filed sedition cases against the military officers of Azad Hind Fouj. The whole country united to back the soldiers of Azad Hind Fouj. The fire of the civil war paled in comparison to the fame of Netaji. On the contrary, the British rule came under attack. Recognising the danger, the regime brought Jinnah forward. Now it was time for the last stage of Subversion – Crisis !

Bezmenov says, “The process of destabilisation generally leads to a process of crisis. Just 6 weeks is enough a period to push the country to the doorsteps of crisis”.

It was 29th April 1946.  Gandhi repeated the mistake he had made in 1928, which was to cost India dearly. The freedom struggle was in its last stage due to the sacrifice of millions of people. At that time, the Congress President was to become the Prime Minister of Independent India. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was everyone’s beloved leader at that time.

Senior author SL Bhairappa says, “At that time, 12 out of 15 prominent Congress leaders chose Patel for the post of Prime Minister. No leader had ever voted for Nehru”. Even if people had chosen Netaji Bose or Patel, they saw Nehru being given prominence repeatedly. They wanted to make the Brown saheb in the form of Nehru, ‘The Last Englishman to Rule India’.

Elaborating on this phase of ideological subversion, Bezmenov says, “People needed a saviour. The condition of the people was no different from that of a sick and tired individual. Then, an intelligent man who was partially educated in a University like Harvard or Berkeley came as the saviour of all !”

16th August 1946. Jinnah openly called for the massacre of Hindus under ‘Direct Action Day’. The entire country was engulfed in civil war. The Director of Intelligence reported to London through a secret note, ‘The game so far has been well-played !’

16. When India was engulfed in riots, Nehru was partying with Mountbatten in Shimla

20th February 1947. The revolt of the armed forces in support of Netaji had become a threat to the lives of all the British living in India. The then Prime Minister of Britain, Clemet Attlee fixed the date of leaving India as June 1948.

12th March 1947. America announced its new foreign policy to end communism and imperialism. Burdened under the debt of thousands of billions of Rupees, Britain had no other option but to listen to the story of Big Daddy USA. A new geopolitical plot of USA and Britain emerged – the Partition of India ! In haste, Dickie Mountbatten was made the Viceroy of India. He was given a file on which was written, ‘Operation Mad House’.

9th May 1947. Nehru met Mountbatten at Shimla. Mountbatten showed Nehru the first plan of Partition – Project Balkan. Upon seeing the plan of the ruthless Partition of India, Nehru saheb was absolutely horrified; but, in the picturesque surrounding of Shimla, his friend Edwina entertained him and finally won him over.

Bezmenov says, “He returned to the country. He thinks that he knows the solution to all social and economic problems faced by the country”.

17. The heart-breaking Partition of India

3rd June 1947. Mountbatten suddenly announced that the transfer of power would take place on 15th August 1947 instead of June 1948, in just 10 weeks. Everyone was surprised. On the same evening, it was announced on All India Radio that India would be partitioned. Riots broke out between Hindus and Muslims. The subversion of the freedom movement by making Brown saheb a medium had reached full circle.

Bezmenov says, “Now we are left with two options – Civil war or invasion”.

The evening of 14th August 14 1947. Lord Mountbatten opened the champagne bottle hours before the civil war broke out and raised a toast in the name of India. Nehru saheb raised the champagne glass and said, “In the name of King George VI”.

Bezmenov says, “Each moment of the time bomb was getting closer and closer. Destruction was getting increasingly closer”.

Midnight of 14th August 1947. Suddenly in the middle of the night, the beating of drums started in Delhi. Seeing his daughter dancing happily at home, the Viceroy’s advisor VP Menon said, “Our fearsome and worst dreams are about to come true”. Loyalty to an enemy Nation and incompetence of our sahebs has led to the Partition of India”. This led to one of the bloodiest civil wars in human history. The jubilant masses cheered their leaders; but they did not know that their leaders are making someone else happy !


(Courtesy: ‘Prachyam’ YouTube Channel)

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