Ajit Vadakayil

    Friday, February 15, 2013


    To hell with Gandhi , his Ahimsa and his non- fuckin’ -violence.





    Below: Gandhi’s ( Rothschild brainwashed)  method of driving away the British invader.



    It has been pounded into your heads by the Rothschild controlled media , and the British historian written school books that the First war of Indian Independence was in 1857.

    This is a big lie.

    The Sepoy Mutiny of 1857 was engineered and fanned by the owner of British East India Company, the German Jew Rothschild, so that they could stop all pretense of being traders and take over India officially by merging with the “so called “ British Raj.

    After Rothschild stole Tipu Sultan’s gold in 1799, they became the richest on the planet.  Nothing could move in the English Parliament without their express approval, as they held the moolah . The royalty of England took orders from this Jew.

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    In 1949, the Indian Navy ( Royal Navy ) revolted.  The realization dawned on the crafty English speaking white man, that without the Indian Navy they stood to be cut off from England.  This naval mutiny ,  joined by the air force, army , police and RSS cadre convinced the British that they could no longer rely upon the Indian armed forces to maintain their hold on India.

    Most important Jew Rothschild was NOT there to support the British,  having already carved out the state of Israel of which they owned 70%, .  

    They were now resting on their laurels —  they had more important things like the banking cartel to take care of.

    The Navy revolt in Bombay on 18th Feb 1946,  triggered sympathetic vibrations all over India.  1200 airmen of the Royal Indian Air Force  went on a procession in support of their strike, on Februray 20 1946.

    Indian officers of the RIAF refused to fly out troops, and the transport units refused to ferry British troops to fight the naval ratings and the Indian officers refused to pilot planes to bomb the ships.

    Train tracks and roads were blocked by felled trees. All this is a sunk part of Indian history—sunk by Gandhi and Nehru.

    Sir Stafford Cripps, spoke in the debate at the British House of Commons.

    “…The Indian Army in India is not obeying the British officers.  We have recruited our workers for the war; they have been demobilised after the war.  They are required to repair the factories damaged by Hitler’s bombers.  Moreover, they want to join their kith and kin after five and a half years of separation. Their kith and kin also want to join them.  In these conditions if we have to rule India for a long time, we have to keep a permanent British army for a long time in a vast country of four hundred millions.  We have no such army, and money….”

    — – (for the wealth of India was already stolen and placed in Rothschild’s private coffers)

    Suddenly the British found that Rothschild groomed plant in India,  Mahatma Gandhi and Edwina Mountbatten ( Rothschild blood ) remote controlled Jawaharlal Nehru , was no longer effective, in restraining the freedom seeking Indians.

    Gandhi raved and ranted till he frothed from his mouth.

    He condemned the mutiny, calling it sheer violence.   He criticised the revolting Indian Navy for acting without the call of a “prepared revolutionary party” and without the “guidance and intervention” of  “political leaders of popular choice”

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    The ruling Congress party was so scared of the truth getting exhumed that as late as 1965, a Bengali actor Utpal Dutt was arrested for writing a passionate play on the Royal Navy Uprising. Utpal Dutt,  also acted in the Bollywood hit movie Golmal.  He was arrested on December 27, 1965  under the Preventive Detention Act.

    The Government of Bengal and India feared he was “subversive”.  Why?  Because he wrote a play called “Kallol” (Sound of Waves) on this sunk chapter of  Indian freedom fighting. This would rob the sheen out of our popular heroes and gods like Gandhi,  Nehru etc, right?   He was detained for several months, when his show ran to packed shows at Calcutta’s Minerva Theatre.

    For when Justice P.B. Chakrabarty, the Chief Justice of Calcutta High Court once asked the British PM Lord Clement Atlee – responsible for conceding India’s Independence, the all important question –

    “what was the extent of Gandhi’s influence upon the British decision to quit India”

    His response, with a smirk: “m-i-n-i-m-a-l!“.

    He spelt it out in sarcasm.

    Out of 25 lakh ( 2.5 million ) Indian soldiers recruited with the aid of non-violent Gandhi for 2nd World War , to kill the Germans , only 2.43 lakh ( 243, 000 )  had been killed.

    Rest of the surviving battle hardened Indian soldiers, some with limbs missing,  were itching to smash the faces of the hated racist British masters to pulp.  

    This was more because their British Officers were cowards,  and they found it out the hard way..
    Below: Lord Clement Atlee
    Rings a bell why Gandhi never got a Nobel prize?

    The whole thing started off with a newly arrived upstart British Commander ( FW King ) playing General Patton.  I guess he got carried away by his own name.

    Now when you use words like SOB with Indian sailors, you must know that this comes as a bit of a cultural shock.  For Kuthe ka Aulad  is rank bad abuse in Indian culture. Some say Commander King slapped an Indian rating,  the way Gen Patton slapped a Jewish soldier with his gloves..

    Especially when they were being discriminated upon , while their British Officers were living it up in style like the Barons, Earls and Dukes back home, with dozens of uniformed personal servants.

    And Gandhi had recruited  millions of Indian soldiers for both world wars , with 111000 Indian soldiers being killed in WW1 and 243000 soldiers being killed in WW2, without memorials or honor like mules and horses.

    These poor soldiers were cannon fodder , always in the most dangerous areas. And there was NO sign of British leaving India for good, despite the promise they will leave , in case Indians soldiers fight against Germans, notwithstanding Gandhi’s non-violence and Ahimsa principles.

    A Indian scrawled BRITISH DOGS QUIT INDIA  on the sea-shore training establishment for training wireless operators ( HMIS TALWAR ) wall , and this evoked exemplary punishments  like cutting off rations ,  forcing the cook  to dilute the curry with water, so that all can be fed.  BC Dutt was imprisoned on suspicion after comparing his handwriting. And this was a bit too much to swallow.

    If this was the petty method the British Officers would adopt to make other sailors to snitch on a fellow sailor  then it would NOT work.   Rather this mean tactic would explode badly on their sarcastic white racist faces.

    The Brits caught on and did propaganda that the trigger was watery dhall— like how the trigger in 1857 for the stupid Indians were beef and pork lard grease. You see Indians are so small minded , that they can go on revolt even for watered down curry.  Bad Indians, right?

    It must be on record that the Indian National Congress and Muslim league condemned the uprising. I guess Gandhi and Jinnah could NOT tolerate any movement in which they are NOT at the steering wheel. It must also be on record that the Communist party of India supported this movement, without reservation.

    The Union Jack was lowered from all Royal Navy ships and in its place was hoisted three flags tied together — those of the Congress, Muslim League, and the Red Flag of the Communist Party of India (CPI), signifying the unity and downplaying of communal issues among the mutineers.

    This was the first time the British policy of “divide and rule” did NOT work.  The rebels had unanimously elected  a Muslim, Leading Signalman M.S Khan and a Sikh, Petty Officer Telegraphist  Madan Singh as President and Vice-President respectively.

    Gandhi furious at being sidelined , cried , “A combination between Hindus and Muslims for the purpose of violent actions is unholy and will lead to and would probably be a precursor to mutual violence – bad for India and the world.”

    Gandhi then went one step ahead and commanded the mutineers stop this “ bad and unbecoming example” and suggested that they must “adopt peaceful methods and apprise him fully of their grievances he would see to it that they were redressed “.

    Gandhi further advised the mutineers to peacefully resign from their jobs if they had any grievances.  The Navy ratings, according to Gandhi, should learn “constructive activities, such as using the spinning wheel and thereby keep the love of freedom burning in their mind”

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    Gandhi used to sleep naked with Manu , Sushila and Abha ( two were young virgins )  and won –nay-  lost this “spiritual battle of the bulge” after several attempts..  He himself has confessed to this, in his book “My experiments with truth”.

    India navy ratings went around Bombay on 19th and 20th Feb 1946, in lorries, holding aloft tricolor flags and the picture of Subhash Chandra Bose .  

    There were NO pictures of Gandhi   and this upset him to no small extent.

    Aruna Asif Ali disagreed with Gandhi and said in a rejoinder that it would be “far easier to unite Hindus and Muslims at the barricade than on the constitutional front”.


    Gandhi had been applying his non-violent satyagraha for 32 years,  after he was deposited on the drivers seat of the Indian freedom struggle , imported from South Africa , by Rothschild.   The British just loved him, for he was their type of freedom fighter, playing Moses.

    Remember Moses? He just wanted leadership —  and he took the Jews across the Red sea on a wild goose chase through the deserts for 40 years, round and round in circles, in search of the holy land , which was there itself,  just beyond the horizon..

    The Royal Indian Navy revolt started on 18th February 1946, when 1100 naval ratings of ship HMIS Talwar struck work at Bombay at dawn.  After the outbreak of the mutiny, the first planned move was to take possession of Butcher Island ( where the entire ammunition meant for Bombay Presidency was stocked ) and telephone and wireless equipment, including transmitters at Kirki near Pune.  This enured that all naval ships were fully under their command.

    The Indian naval officers and ratings  began calling themselves the “Indian National Navy” , offered left-handed salutes to British officers and generally ignored them.

    The news of the mutiny was communicated by signalers and soon at Karachi  the HMIS Hindustan along with one more ship and three shore establishments, went on a lightning strike.  The strikes spread like wild fire to military establishments in Madras, Vishakhapatnam, Calcutta, Delhi, Cochin, Jamnagar, the Andamans, Bahrain and Aden.  Seventy eight Naval ships and 20 shore Naval establishments, involving 20,000 Nany ratings were affected.

    After the Second World War was over, three of the top officers of the Indian National Army (INA) – General Shah Nawaz Khan (Muslim), Colonel Prem Sehgal (Hindu) and Colonel Gurbaksh Singh Dhillon (Sikh) were put on trial at the Red Fort in Delhi.

    Their crime: “waging war against the King Emperor”. Heeding to Netaji Subhash’s Chandra Bose’s call the INA has jumped mid river from the British boat to the Japanese boat.

    Gen Shah Nawaz Khan of INA adopted Lateef Fatima who was the mother of Bollywood megastar Shahrukh Khan .

    One son of Shah Nawaz Khan Mahmood Nawaz, stayed on in Pakistan and became a full colonel . ISI chief Lieutenant-General Zaheerul Islam is a nephew of Shah Nawaz Khan.  By the way  Maj Gen Isfandyar Ali Khan Pataudi, ( Saif Ali Khan’s uncle )  was a deputy director general of ISI.

    Every sentence the Bollywood Khans tell on TV is peppered with Allahs’ galore.
    Getting back–

    Unprecedentedly, these trials were very public, to strike terror into the hearts of the armed forces.  Due to the sympathy toward Netaji and the INA in general,  there was an instant and large outpouring of passion and patriotism in Indians.  These stories were being shared via wireless sets and through media in general on the ships, where the sailors who were discriminated upon, got inspired to revolt.

    Just 5 months after the WW2 got over, in January 1946,  2000 British airmen RAF Bamhrauli, Allahabad, India, went on strike.  The war had ended and down sizing was going on, and they felt insecure, as with their limited qualifications no jobs would be available back home at England. .  Some just wanted to go back to England, as they had NOT seen their families for around 5 years..

    This strike was quickly followed by the 2100 airmen at at Mauripur, Karachi and 1200 airmen at Dum Dum, Calcutta airfield, 1,200 men stopped work.  Soon 4000 airmen at Seletar, Singapore, held massive parades to demand the presence of the Supreme Allied Commander South East Asia.  The strike then spread to Kanpur, Palam (Delhi), Poona, Vizagapatam, Allahabad, Dum Dum, Kallang, Seletar, Chakulia ,Lahore and Negombo .

    On February 1st 1946, the Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir John Cotesworth (Jack) Slessor  signaled to Sir Keith Rodney Park , the Allied Air Commander, South-East Asia, and Sir Roderick Roderick Carr, Air Officer Commanding, India Command  : “The only way of dealing with these incidents is to identify the ringleaders and deal with them immediately by court marshal– .not a single man will get out of the RAF one day earlier as a result of these mutinies .” .

    In a speech to the House of Commons on 29 January, Prime Minister Attlee said that “incidents” had occurred at twelve RAF stations, but the Air Ministry later adjusted this figurae and put it as 22 stations. Much later , according to a “Secret History” programme broadcast on Channel 4 in 1996, there were strikes at more than 60 RAF units, with more than fifty thousand men involved. These “incidents”, some lasting only a few hours, others up to four days, all took place within eleven days of the initial protest at Allahabad and Drigh Road, Karachi.
    This was the first strike in the history of the RAF, and all airmen were generally pissed off , with the HOT Indian summer around the corner . The two largest British flag ships SS Queen Mary and SS Queen Elizabeth were being used to ferry GI Joe brides from England to the USA , adding insult to injury.

    Just twelve days before the Indian Navy Mutiny ( which started on 18th Feb 1946 ),  600 members, including officers of the Royal Indian Air Force (RIAF) camp situated close by on Bombay Marine Drive went on a hunger strike as a protest against a racial insult by the Camp Commander.

    The world war was finally over for good , the swollen forces were being rapidly down-sized, aviators, sailors and soldiers were being demobilized . Though there was a program to re-train men for civilian life, it was so symbolic so as to be meaningless. Coupled with the fact that most of the British Officers actually running the show (de-mob program) were reservists, not careerists and they just could not connect with the men under them- the men had no respect for them.

    The Viceroy of India, General Wavell, held the RAF men guilty. Referring to the naval mutinies, he wrote, “I am afraid that the example of the Royal Air Force, who got away with what was really mutiny, has some responsibility for the present situation”.
    Even today the British say— see the stupid Indians had no idea how to revolt.  They just mimicked us!  Copy cats!

    On the quiet morning of February 26, 1946, some 120 army men of the ‘J’ company of the Signals Training Centre (STC), Jabalpur, defied their British superiors and broke free from their barracks, as an aftermath of the naval mutiny.  Part of a radio signalling unit, they were sick and tired of the racist abuse heaped on them by their paranoid British counterparts.

    The ranks of the mutineers swelled to 1,700 men, armed with nothing more than Congress and Muslim League flags.  Shouting slogans, the patriotic mutineers protested peacefully for some days till a vicious bayonet charge by the Somerset Light Infantry which killed 8 ring leaders ( and poked bleeding holes in 32 more) brought the mutiny to a grinding halt. Eighty men behind the mutiny were court-martialled and dismissed without pay and pension. Forty-one others were sent to prison. But the incident was quickly hushed up.

    The Jabalpur mutiny had the British worried about what they took for granted —the British Indian army’s loyalty.  In sharp contrast, the naval ratings who mutinied just days ahead of the Jabalpur mutiny were recognised as freedom fighters albeit late..

    The Naval mutiny was officially recognised as part of the freedom struggle by the government of India.  The men were allowed to serve in the navy of independent India and retire with full pensionary benefits, pay and allowances.  What’s more, they were awarded special freedom fighter’s pensions.

    All that the mutineers of Jabalpur received for their efforts was a vicious bayonet charge,  rigorous imprisonment and dismissal without benefits.  Even today we find old and desparately poor Jabalpur  army men inquiring on the Internet, if it is possible to get a pension.


    One of the reasons Gen VK Singh is being sidelined and his Z security withdrawn is due to his anti establishment book  “The Contribution of the Indian Armed Forces to the Freedom Movement” on the Jabalpur mutiny.   In 2002, when Gen VK Singh reopened dusty files of the Corps of Signals, and he chanced upon this forgotten chapter of the mutiny.

    He immediately took up the cause of getting the mutiny recognised as a part of the freedom struggle.  However, he only ran into the impenetrable wall of Indian bureaucracy.  As letters flew between Singh, the directorate of signals, ministry of defence, and the ministry of home affairs (MHA), the bureaucratic machinery and red tape continued to hold out.

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    Gen VK Singh took pains to point out to any babu who would care to hear him out that the Jabalpur men had been ignored while recognition had been accorded to the naval ratings  who participated in the Royal Indian Navy mutiny, which ironically took place a couple of weeks before the Jabalpur mutiny.

    Meanwhile, one of the survivors of the mutiny, Lance Naik Neelakantan Nair, went to the Kerala High Court seeking directions to the MHA.  In July 2003, the court directed the MHA and the state government to look into the matter and report back in six months.  But nothing came of it.  Finally, in a letter dated February 14, 2003 (No 8/2/2003-FF-P), the MHA stated that the issue of granting freedom fighter status to the mutineers had been “considered and it has been decided at the level of the home minister that they cannot be treated as freedom fighters.”

    Ironically, the naval mutineers were also radio men just like the ones in Jabalpur.  So why did the British hush up the Jabalpur army men’s  mutiny?  They feared trouble if the news of the revolt spread to other army units across British India.  A year later, as independent India finally became a reality, the brave men of Jabalpur became a footnote in the forgotten records of the Corps of Signals.

    Seeing the Jabalpur and the navy mutiny of Bombay together, the British were worrying about the probability of a larger insurrection, and literally getting fried for their past racial excesses . Therefore, when the men of the ‘J’ company stood in defiance, they made history—this was the first and only major instance of Indian army regulars challenging the British. The steadfast loyalty of the British Indian army , was considered the backbone of British rule in India.

    The Jabalpur mutiny, though lost to historians, left a deep irreversible impact on the British.  The then commander-in-chief of the British Indian army, Gen Sir Claude Auchinleck, sent several secret cables back to London, discussing a quick transfer of power from British hands to the Indians.

    No army, no navy, no airforce, no communications, with police joining the strike was something the British never ever expected. 

    British men and women going in cars and Victorias 203s horse carriages were made to get down remove their hats, and shout “Jai Hind” (Victory to India).

    Meanwhile the navy’s big guns were trained on the Taj Mahal Hotel, the Yacht Club and other British infested buildings from morning till evening.

    Two naval ships were even cast off from the quay without British / Indian officers and engineers, taken for a joy ride and anchored. And mind you, this was done by ratings alone,  and they did NOT have GPS or know how to use a sextant.

    Even the ever loyal  Gurkhas had refused to fire on striking sailors.

    As Karunanidhi would have summed up “ Eppidi ethirpu naan paakavee illai!” .

    And on top of that there was no Rothschild to conjure up “instant” dirty tricks from their criminal DNA.

    It was to shatter this new found Hindu Muslim unity that the British used their agents to bribe anti-social elements to start Hindu Muslim riots all over India.  If you take statistics there were more Indians killed in Hindu Muslim riots after March 1946.   The casualty figures in Calcutta alone during the period of 16-19 August were 4,100 dead and 12,000 injured.


    The general  writes, “I saw what Gen Sir Claude Auchinleck wrote to the army commanders, worried that the loyalty of the Indian troops couldn’t be taken for granted anymore. This had a profound impact on the British and probably quickened the departure of the British from India”.
    Gen VK continues,  “It is absurd. All the naval mutineers have been recognised and feted by the government as freedom fighters. They too were discharged on administrative grounds. But the same logic didn’t hold true for the men who suffered for decades for participating in the mutiny, for ironically, the naval mutineers were also radiomen just like the ones in Jabalpur”

    So how did the Indian Navy mutiny shake up the foundations of the British empire?

    Unlike the army and air force peaceful strike ,  this was a full blown mutiny. From the initial flashpoint in the signalman training ship Talwar , at Bombay, the revolt spread and found support throughout British India, from Karachi to Calcutta and ultimately came to involve 78 ships, 20 shore establishments and 20,000 sailors.
    It was repressed by force by the British Royal Navy, using their white sailors and airforce.

    An annoyed Sardar Vallabhai Patel  summoned the ring leader  Petty Officer Telegraphist  Madan Singh in a flat at Bombay and literally shouted at him and demanded that he stop the mutiny. Cutting no ice, then  Jawaharlal Nehru called Madan to his brother-in-law Huthee Singh’s flat and tried sweet talk and cajoling .

    The typical good man bad man psychology.

    Nehru lays the honey thick “Agar main bhi aap ki jagah hota to main bhi jazbaat mein beh jaata“.  Nehru assured that there would be no victimization, if the mutiny stopped and the culprits surrendered. Madan made it clear that the Navy will  surrender only to Indian national leaders and not to the British authorities.  Despite Nehru’s assurances , hundreds of Navy ratings  were dismissed on the spot.

    Patel issued a statement calling on the strikers to end their action, which was later echoed by a statement issued in Calcutta by Mohammed Ali Jinnah on behalf of the Muslim League. Under these considerable pressures,  the strikers gave way. British airplanes wree making show of strength low flights. Their naval ships from Ceylon manned with Canadians, Aussies and New Zealanders arrived at the Gate way of Bombay.

    Despite assurances from Nehru and Jinnah widespread arrests were made by the British. Madan Singh himself was placed in solitary confinement for three and a half months. There were several unilateral court martials. None of those dismissed were reinstated into either the Indian or Pakistani navies after independence.

    The Navymen had the wireless system under their control.  They were able to  win over almost all the 70 ships and all the 20 seashore establishments.  They had secured control over the civilian telephone exchange, the cable network and, above all, over the transmission centre at Kirkee manned by the Navy, which was the channel of communication between the Indian Government and the British.

    Hundreds were killed , all this was hushed up Most of this happened when British tanks tried  to smah through  the barricades put up by civilians.  Besides, there were some casualties even among us as a result of an exhange of fire between Indians and white British troops .

    On February 20 and 21, The navy men gave a call for a general strike which evoked  tremendous public response. It was perceived as a challenge to the Queen’s  authority.  Widespread rioting took place from Karachi to Calcutta, as the police did NOT report for work ..

    In Karachi, revolt broke out on board the Royal Indian Navy ship, HMIS Hindustan off Manora Island. The ship, as well as shore establishments were taken over by mutineers. Later, it spread to the HMIS Bahadur. The next day, ratings from Castle and Fort Barracks in Bombay, joined in the revolt when rumours  spread that HMIS Talwar’s ratings had been fired upon.

    Several Indian low rank naval officers who opposed the strike and sided with the British were thrown off the ship by ratings.  Soon, the mutineers ratings were joined by thousands of disgruntled naval ratings from Bombay, Karachi, Cochin and Vizag.  Communication between the various mutinies was maintained through the wireless communication sets available in HMIS Talwar.  Thus, the entire revolt was coordinated in a marvelous manner .

    The strike initiated by the naval ratings soon took serious proportions.  Hundreds of strikers from the sloops, minesweepers and shore establishments in Bombay demonstrated  near VT .  British personnel of the Defence forces were singled out for attacks by the strikers who were armed with steel rods, hammers and even hockey sticks.

    The White Ensign was lowered and discarded from the ships. Passions spilt over. The naval canteens were raided and expensive stuff like champagne, premium Black label scotch whisky, caviar , Dunhill cigarettes etc meant only for the superior whites were distributed.

    The white Christian man first came as missionaries and traders , and then they took over by sheer cunning and dishonourable deceit.  They had killed millions of Indians- unrecorded and unsung.

    As retribution for the Indian soldiers ( INA ) jumping from British to the Japanese side, at Singapore, Winston Churchill ( whose Jewish mother Jenny Jerome was Rothschild blood ) starved to death 5.2 million Bengalis.


    Indian soldiers causalities in both World Wars were recorded as white British soldier deaths. No memorials were made for the brave Indians soldiers.

    The 2nd World War showed the true worth of the white English speaking soldiers – they were cowards. Indian soldiers had seen for themselves how a large and well armed British force capitulated like sissies – nay- pussies – to the lesser Japanese forces at Singapore and Burma.

    For all their self conferred bravery and toughness during bar brawls and soccer matches, the Indian soldiers saw that these English speaking white men lacked the guts to spill their own blood in combat.

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    Clement Attlee, the British Prime Minister, breathing fire and brimstone ordered the Royal Navy to put down the revolt.  He was most surprised that Rothschild stooge Gandhi was no longer calling the shots in India.

    Lord Pethik Lawrence made a momentous declaration in the House of Lords on February 19, 1946 in which he announced the decision of the British government to send a special mission, consisting of himself, Sir Stratford Cripps and AV Alexander to resolve the constitutional dead-lock in India. This was the beginning of the end, the first nail in the coffin.

    Navies of Australia , Canada AND OTHER English speaking nations were summoned, to India on an emergency basis.
    Admiral J.H. Godfrey, the Flag Officer commanding the RIN, went on air with his order to “Submit or perish”—and another Jallianwalah Bagh type massacre threat was made . The mutineers in the armed forces got zilch support from the national leaders ( not even covert )  and was largely leaderless.

    Sardar Vallabhai Patel declared “They are a bunch of young hotheads, messing with things they had no business with.”   His words are now deleted in history , as he has to be propped up as the Iron man of India, right?.

    On the morning of February 21, 1946 the white guards opened fire at the Indian ratings trying to escape from the castle Barracks and this transformed a peaceful mutiny into a violent armed uprising. By this time the Strike Committee shifted command to the RIN flagship Narba . The ratings in Calcutta, Madras, Karachi  Vizag and other naval centres , also went on strike with the slogans “Strike for Bombay”, “Release 11,000 INA prisoners” and “Jai Hind”.

    After regiments of the British army were deployed against the civilians in Bombay on February 22 and 23 1946, the number of people killed rose above 300.  All rebel ships manned guns, raised steam and began to hoot on the ship’s whistle their intention of defending their comrades on shore. The sheer noise which could be heard for miles around , unnerved all the British.

    But this was a mutiny that received unprecedented passionate public support.  They mutiny leaders had monopoly over the wireless communication sets and guns available in Mumbai and most other places. Thus, the entire revolt was coordinated.

    By this time, all the armouries of the ships and establishments had been seized by the striking naval ratings.  The deck and engine hands,  stewards, cooks and wireless operators of the striking ship armed themselves with whatever weapon was available to resist the British destroyers that had sailed from Colombo and Trincomalee in Ceylon (Sri Lanka).  In Madras and Pune, the Indians in British army garrisons went on strike..

    Even the burhka-clad women of Bhendi Bazaar and Dongri ,  joined in the agitation throwing hot water and  pans, from the roof tops,  at the white British soldiers who were called out to patrol the streets for a show of strength.  These same women showered flowers on the Indian muntineers and public who were resisting.

    BLPI members Prabhakar More and Lakshman Jadhav led 3 lakhs of unionized textile mill workers out on strike.

    The other navy rating members chosen in the mutiny leadership committee , were Leading Signaller Bedi Basant Singh, S.C. Sen Gupta, Chief Petty Officer, School Master Nawaz, Leading Seaman Ashraf Khan, Able Stoker Gomez and Mohammad Hussain.
    The situation was changing fast and rumours spread that white Australian and Canadian armed battalions had been stationed outside the Lion gate and the Gun gate to encircle the dockyard where most ships were berthed.

    The ratings in a procession passed through the streets of Manora, shouting anti-British slogans. They were joined by the inhabitants of Manora. When the ratings in boats moved towards the ship Hindustan, the General of the Army sent two platoons of Baluch soldiers to suppress the revolt. When the Baluch refused to fire upon their brothers, the British authorities got panicky. Then the White troops were summoned and Hindustan was surrounded from all sides.

    The British troops started firing and the  ratings on Hindustan retaliated. The firing and attacks and counter-attacks continued for four hours. Six of the ratings were killed, more than 30 were wounded.   Karachi witnessed complete hartal (strike).

    More than 35,000 people, Hindus and Muslims—gathered at Idgah defying Section 144 which had been imposed by the authorities. To disperse the crowd, the police resorted to firing.  More than 50 were  wounded.

    120,000  lakh people at Calcutta on the call of the CPI joined the strike. It continued till the 25th Feb 1946, when the British with their full armed might surrounded the ratings . Many were killed and wounded .  Almost all Indian cities witnessed hartals.

    The negotiations moved fast, keeping in view the extreme sensitivity of the situation and on the fourth day 22nd Feb 1946,  most of the demands of the strikers were conceded in principle. On February 23, leading seaman M S Khan, president of the Naval Central Strike Committee, announced: “Our strike has been a historic event in the life of our nation. For the first time the blood of the men in the services and the people flowed together in a common cause. We will never forget this. Jai Hind!

    At 0600 hrs on February 24, 1946 white flags were raised from the decks of all ships to announce surrender.  In its last session the strike committee passed a resolution which stated, “Our uprising was an important historical event in the lives of our people. For the first time the blood of uniformed and non-uniformed workers flowed in one current for the same collective cause. We the workers in uniform shall never forget this. We also know that you, our proletarian brothers and sisters shall also never forget this. The coming generations, learning its lessons shall accomplish what we have not been able to achieve. Long live the working masses. Long live the Revolution“.
    Below an aged Madan Singh:-

    Two aspects stood out in the eyes of the British. One was that the participants were sailors who in general were much more educated than the average gullible illiterate recruit in to the British Indian Army.  Secondly, the ring-leaders were from the Telegraphists Branch, who again were more educated and intelligent than the average rating.  And the Telegraphists used their trade to effectively spread their message (like a wild fire).

    Then there was another factor that did not escape the British. While the Indian Officers all did not participate, almost all of them , except a few Parsis were very sympathetic to the cause.

    During the mutint there was NO cooking in the navy- all food came from private houses and hotels, free . Common people , men women and children , came out in support of the ratings; and demonstrations and strikes were held all over the country.

    To sum it up, the British realized that THE strongest pillar of their system was vulnerable.

    Some of the ratings in HMIS Talwar were reported to have Communist leanings and on a search of 38 ratings who were arrested in the HMIS New Delhi, 15 were found to be subscribers of CPI literature.

    Without the Royal navy they were cut off from England. Indians in the Armed forces were no longer trust worthy.  The Navy mutiny, that no one since Independence heard of ( till the Internet age ) did to the British colonization, what no other action including Quit India movement could have done in the long struggle of 250 years.

    To hell with Gandhi , his Ahimsa and his non- fuckin’ -violence.





    The British hushed up the whole incident and destroyed ALL records, as per orders from England.

    A naval ship INS Madan Singh’, was named after the mutiny leader after 52 years .  Another ship was named for former leading telegraphist B.C. Dutt Dutt too.

    A sailor holding the wheel memorial now exists at Cooperage, Colaba, Mumbai.  After the outbreak of the mutiny, the first thing they did was to storm the naval prison and free B.C. Dutt, the man who send a strong message to England .

    Below: Gandhi’s ( Rothschild brainwashed)  method of driving away the British invader.

    Today India’s navy , 4th largest on the planet, is more powerful than England’s .  If England ever makes a misadventure (like Falklands)  in India ever again , they will be a severe price to pay.
    We will NOT allow true history to be fudged by the white historian or by Wikipedia  !

    Gandhi recruited 13 lakh ( 1.3 million ) Indian soldiers in the first world war – out of which 111000 ( 1.11 lakh ) Indian soldiers were killed .

    Gandhi recruited  25 lakh ( 2.5 million ) Indian soldiers in the second World war.   Out of this 243000 ( 2.43 lakh)  soldiers were killed.

    Grace and peace!