Outlook India , 25 Jan. 1999
Madan Gupta, New Delhi
Apropos Darkness in the Bedroom in Vinod Mehtas Delhi Diary (December 21), if M.O. Mathai, at one time special assistant to Nehru, is to be believed, Nehru fathered a son by a woman called Sharda Mata (assumed name) who gave birth to the child in a convent in Bangalore. "I made discreet enquiries repeatedly," writes Mathai, "about the boy but failed to get a clue of his whereabouts." Continues Mathai: "Had I succeeded in locating the boy, I would have adopted him. He must have grown up as a Catholic Christian blissfully ignorant of who his father was." (Reminiscences of the Nehru Age by M.O. Mathai).
Pandit Nehru was forced by his cruel and inhuman father into a loveless mariage with a woman he had nothing in common with. " Nehru's personal antagonism toward Jinnah, whom he dismissed as an "extremist" and a "nuisance," was a major cause of India's tragic partition and the creation of Pakistan.... Nehru was forced by his rich and powerful father to marry a woman he did not love and had almost nothing in common with. This "always reminded him of his greatest weakness, his failure, not only as a husband, but also as a man, incapable of standing firm and saying no to his father and tradition," writes Wolpert." [ Revenge of a Higher Order Tracing the tortured psyche that drove Nehru By Ajay Singh, AsiaWeek, March 14, 1997 ]
The Brahminist media is an adept at suppressing facts and propagating lies in their place to brainwash the stupefied mass of ill-informed Indians. One such example is the total ignorance that exists regarding Pandit Nehru's illegitimate son.
Indeed, Nehru was like his ancestors of yore, who used to live long lives of constant debauchery with the thousands of Black Aboriginal women forced into Devadasi prostitution by the greedy White Aryan Hindus (it was here in the giant brothel-temples that Sanskrit was born, that mongrel hybrid of Vedic Old Indo-Aryan and Dravidian). But then, was Nehru not a Pundit Brahmin after all ?
Out of one of these many encounters, Nehru had at least one bastard son. Of course, these facts were suppressed by the Red-Saffron Indian Government, and it took a Black South Indian Catholic from Kerala, M.O. Mathai, to expose the facts. Of course Mathai's book has been suppressed by the Brahminist Government of India (GoI), for not only does he reveal Brahmin Nehru' little son, but he also narrates his own affair with Indira Gandhi (who changed her name from Nehru in order to marry the Parsi Brahmin Feroze Gandhy, but she still was a Brahmin !). Mathai served Nehru for many years as his Personal Assistant. He writes in his `Reminiscences of the Nehru Age' , Chapter Nehru and Women , p.206-207 :
"In the autumn of 1948 (India became free in 1947 and a great
deal of work needed to be done) a young woman from Benares arrived in New
Delhi as a sanyasini named Shraddha Mata (an assumed and not a real name).
She was a Sanskrit scholar well versed in ancient Indian scriptures and
mythology. People, including MPs, thronged to her to hear her discourses.
One day S.D. Upadhyaya, Nehru's old employee, brought a letter in Hindi
from Shraddha Mata about whom he spoke very highly. Nehru gave her an
interview in the PM's house. As she departed, I noticed (Mathai is
speaking here) that she was young, shapely and beautiful. Meetings with
her became rather frequent, mostly after Nehru finished his work at night.
During one of Nehru's visits to Lucknow, Shraddha Mata turned up there,
and Upadhyaya brought a letter from her as usual. Nehru sent her the
reply; and she visited Nehru at midnight...
"Suddenly Shraddha Mata disappeared. In November 1949 a convent in Bangalore sent a decent looking person to Delhi with a bundle of letters. He said that a young woman from northern India arrived at the convent a few months ago and gave birth to a baby boy. She refused to divulge her name or give any particulars about herself. She left the convent as soon as she was well enough to move out but left the child behind. She however forgot to take with her a small cloth bundle in which, among other things, several letters in Hindi were found. The Mother Superior, who was a foreigner, had the letters examined and was told they were from the Prime Minister. The person who brought the letters surrendered them. But he declined to give his name, or the name of the Mother Superior, or the name and address of the convent. Nehru was told of the facts. He tore off the letters without any emotion reflected in his face. He showed no interest in the child then or later...
"I made discreet inquiries repeatedly about the boy but failed to get a clue about his whereabouts. Convents in such matters are extremely tightlipped and secretive. Had I succeeded in locating the boy, I would have adopted him. He must have grown up as a Catholic Christian blissfully ignorant of who his father was."
Of course, many facts regarding this Brahmin have been suppressed by the Brahmin media. Thus, very few people know that, like Lenin, the elite Brahmin Nehru died of syphilis. And just as the elite Communists of the Soviet Union suppressed this fact till long after the Red Leader's death, the Brahmin-Communists of the Indian Republic suppressed this fact till long after the Red-Saffron Leader's death.
The Tribune , Tues. Oct. 12, 1999 (http://www.tribuneindia.com/)
Probity in public life
A. Ghosh, Houston (USA)
The article on Gandhi's bacteriologically provoked health problem may have been thought-provoking 75 years ago, if the Indian public had been aware of it. Don't they say, "things that you do not know, cannot hurt you?" But we did tide over it.
On the other hand, we had more serious problems at hand quite recently, but for some reason no one cared. I refer to Prime Minister Nehru's suffering from syphilis. No doubt, all his personal doctors were aware of the deadly malady.
Pandit Nehru, who spent his time as PM fathering bastard sons on strange women and eventually died of syphilis, could by no stretch of the imagination have created the Indian Union. It was instead Dr. Ambedkar who was the real brain behind the world's largest democracy.
by Dilip Majhi
Volume 4, Issue 4, July 2001