CHURCHILL AND NEHRU

Date: 25 Jan 2011

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The life of Churchill is full of events and adventures. We remember him as a strong prime minister who did not end war in cease fire but in total and decisive victory. \\\\\\\\\ He could have been a role model for Nehru and Gandhi to fight the war against those traitors who wanted to occupy one third of India on behalf of Mohammed of Mecca. But NO! Our leaders were "men of straw" living under the awe of British masters and the terror of Islam. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Nehru, the prime minister of India, too, should have fought the war for AKHAND BHARAT till the end in order to sort the mischievous, treacherous, separatist, Kafir Killer "Mohammed" out, for good. But Nehru and Gandhi were out to appease and surrender everything. \\\\\\\\\\ Our "men of straw" then agreed to the UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER of five provinces, including Lahore and Chittagong, while calling the ENEMY "brothers and sisters" ("Hindu Muslim Bhai Bhai!"). \\\\\\\\\\ When the "RASCALS" invaded KASHMIR in October 1947 our Men of Straw saw Mohammed Ali Jinnah as their bosom friend if not blood brother. Hence Nehru quickly took the dispute to UNO to impose cease fire and spare the blood of "Musalman, Beiman, Shaitan, Haiwan". \\\\\\\\\\\\ A generation later Nehru's daughter INDIRA was the prime minister. She asked her army to invade EAST Pakistan but being a secret convert to Islam (she was converted to Islam upon marrying Feroze Khan of Allahabad) her heart bled with the love of Mohammed when our Jawans started advancing to recover the WHOLE of Paki territory. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Like Nehru she saw NO ENEMY but only her (Muslim) cousins and brothers in East Pakistan. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ Anguished over the prospect of an outright Indian victory, she called the Indian army commander, General MANEKSHAW, later Field Marshal, and said, "General, I do not want you to humiliate Pakistan by overrunning the whole of East Pakistan and then taking her entire army prisoners. I desire a cease-fire."\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Manekshaw was NO lickspittle career minded "baboo(n)" Hindustaani general but an upright military commander like Field Marshal Montgomery of El Alamein who defeated Field Marshal Rommel conclusively in North Africa. \\\\\\\\\\\ Manekshaw replied, "Madam, I am a professional soldier. Leave the conduct of war to me without injecting your nefarious political ideology into it." Indira was shocked to hear this. \\\\\\\\\\\\ While Indira Gandhi brooded unhappily General Manekshaw went on to inflict total defeat on the enemy, forcing the Pakistani commander to sign the unconditional surrender of all his territory and troops.\\\\\\\\\\ For his defiance of treacherous Indira Manekshaw paid a heavy price despite his brilliant success in war. Neither Indira nor her vast ruling establishment looked at Manekshaw with favour and when he died neither the Supreme Commander, nor the prime minister and nor even the defense minister attended his funeral. \\\\\\\\\\\\ True to her core loyalty towards Mohammed & Islam prime minister Indira Gandhi, the daughter of Nehru, handed back the captured territory to her "brother in faith". Shaikh Mujiburrahman. in order to establish his separate sovereign and independent ISLAMIC republic once again. \\\\\\\\\\ 25 Jan 11. ====== In a message dated 25/01/2011 14:04:14 GMT \\\\\\.com writes: Churchill in India: \\\\\\\\\\\\\ India In early October 1896, he was transferred to Bombay, British India. He was considered one of the best polo players in his regiment and led his team to many prestigious tournament victories.[30] \\\\\\\\\\ A young Winston Churchill on a lecture tour of the United States in 1900 In 1897, Churchill attempted to travel to both report and, if necessary, fight in the Greco-Turkish War, but this conflict effectively ended before he could arrive. Later, while preparing for a leave in England, he heard that three brigades of the British Army were going to fight against a Pashtun tribe in the North West Frontier of India and he asked his superior officer if he could join the fight.[31] He fought under the command of General Jeffery, who was the commander of the second brigade operating in Malakand, in the Frontier region of British India. Jeffery sent him with fifteen scouts to explore the Mamund Valley; while on reconnaissance, they encountered an enemy tribe, dismounted from their horses and opened fire. After an hour of shooting, their reinforcements, the 35th Sikhs arrived, and the fire gradually ceased and the brigade and the Sikhs marched on. Hundreds of tribesmen then ambushed them and opened fire, forcing them to retreat. As they were retreating four men were carrying an injured officer but the fierceness of the fight forced them to leave him behind. The man who was left behind was slashed to death before Churchillís eyes; afterwards he wrote of the killer, "I forgot everything else at this moment except a desire to kill this man."[32] However the Sikhs' numbers were being depleted so the next commanding officer told Churchill to get the rest of the men and boys to safety. \\\\\\\\\\ Before he left he asked for a note so he would not be charged with desertion.[33] He received the note, quickly signed, and headed up the hill and alerted the other brigade, whereupon they then engaged the army. The fighting in the region dragged on for another two weeks before the dead could be recovered. He wrote in his journal: "Whether it was worth it I cannot tell."[32][34] An account of the Siege of Malakand was published in December 1900 as The Story of the Malakand Field Force. He received £600 for his account. During the campaign, he also wrote articles for the newspapers The Pioneer and The Daily Telegraph.[35] His account of the battle was one of his first published stories, for which he received £5 per column from The Daily Telegraph.[36] \\\\\\\\\\ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Churchill \ \\\\\\\\\\\ \\\\\\\\\\\\\ Thanks for the clarification. So far I remember, Churchil was in India in his young age around 1910, as a correspondent or reporter of some news agency. Experience of that time could not enable him to say what he actually said in 1947 in British Parliment, while opposing the Indian Independence Bill. He must have gone by the characters of that period, both of the Congress and the Muslim League, which we Hindus failed to see or understand and worshipped men of straw. \ \ \\\\\\\\\\\ He served in India for few years and was capable to understand our nation and thus he uttered this stament when the bill for transfer of power was in the Parliament and he objected to such bill with these words. How prophetic Can we learn anything from this I doubt. we are power hungery and to hell with India and the citizens \\\\\\\\\\\ --- On Mon, 1/24/11, \\\\.com> wrote: \\\\\\\\ [(:-)))) \\\\\\\\\\ As you know, this is very famous Sandhyaji. Mr. V.Sundaram used to quote this often in his articles. \\\\\\\\\\ \\\\\\\\\\\\ On 24 January 2011 13:57, XXXXXXXXXXin> wrote: \\\\\\\ Sir Winston Churchill... His argument against granting India freedom. \\\\\\\\\\ "Power will go to the hands of rascals ,rogues, freebooters; all Indian leaders will be of low caliber & men of straw. They will have sweet tongues & silly hearts. They will fight amongst themselves for power & India will be lost in political squabbles. A day would come when even air & water would be taxed in India." \\\\\\\\ [He wrote this 64 years ago] \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ We are incredible; we have worked very hard and we proved him right..... \\\\\\\\\\\\ OOOOOOOOO