On Nehru, Communism, Antonia Maino, and the Foreign Influence

India’s present predicament can be fully ascribed to the flawed policies of those who guided India’s destiny since 1947. The person most notable among the lot that set India along a disastrous path is Jawaharlal Nehru. Scores of places, institutions, roads, ports and government schemes are named after him. New Delhi, the city I am currently visiting, is festooned with not just his name, but the names of his relatives. Nehru Place, Kamala Nagar, Jawaharlal Nehru stadium, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Rajiv Chowk, Indira Gandhi International Airport, JN Urban Renewal Mission, . . . the list is virtually endless. And that is just in one Indian city. A comprehensive list of things named after the Nehru-Gandhi family would be tiresomely long. Indians have been fed tons of BS about Nehru and his clan. But truth eventually prevails, as the Indian motto Satyam Eva Jayate (truth alone prevails) says. Nehru was a communist.
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