The Indian Conspiracy - Nehru Gandhi Dynasty seeded by British genocide of the Mughals

Vatic Note:   I am finding these reports of history of India to be very fascinating, but confusing resulting in a lot of questions.   Why so many genocide events against certain cultures or races within the country.   One of these that I published suggested that the khazars not only migrated to eastern Europe, but also down into India. Its the only explanation as to how and why they would help the British to genocide whole groups of people in their country, instead of the entire nation banning together to rid it of the British who were acting out the role of barbarian.  

Is that when all this began?  I wish I knew.  If it began after the Khazar migration into India, then that would explain the barbarian treatment of those the khazars had disdain for. Remember the currently sitting British royalty are also khazars who came through eastern Germany.  Remember, the khazars wrote the protocols and all goyim are held in great disdain by these khazars.  So we can see what we can look forward to once they take control.  The photo below is of Indira Ghandi as a child.  This was not her family's original name.  The had to change it to avoid the massacre by the British of her people.

If there are others with more information on this presentation below, please share it with us.  It seems incomplete, yet important in understanding India and her history.  Any information would be welcomed.

The Indian Conspiracy - Nehru Gandhi Dynasty
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The Nehru-Gandhi dynasty starts with the Mughal man named Ghiyasuddin Ghazi. He was the City Kotwal i.e. police officer of Delhi prior to the uprising of 1857, under the Mughal rule. After capturing Delhi in 1857, in the year of the mutiny, the British were slaughtering all Mughals everywhere. The British made a thorough search and killed every Mughal so that there were no future claimant to the throne of Delhi.

The Hindus on the other hand were not targeted by the British unless isolated Hindus were found to be siding with the Mughals, due to past associations. Therefore, it became customary for many Mohammedans to adopt Hindu names. So, the man Ghiyasuddin Ghazi (the word means kafir-killer) adopted a Hindu name Gangadhar Nehru and thus saved his life by the subterfuge.

Ghiyasuddin Ghazi apparently used to reside on the bank of a canal (or Nehr) near the Red Fort. Thus, he adopted the name 'Nehru' as the family name. Through out the world, we do not find any descendant other than that of Gangadhar, having the surname Nehru. The 13th volume of the "Encyclopedia of Indian War of Independence" (ISBN:81-261-3745-9) by M.K. Singh states it elaborately. The Government of India have been hiding this fact.

City Kotwal was an important post like today's Commissioner of Police. It appears from Mughal records that there was no Hindu Kotwal employed. It was extremely unlikely for a Hindu to be hired for that post. Compulsorily only Mohammedans of foreign ancestry were hired for such important posts.

Jawaharlal Nehru's second sister Krishna Hutheesing also mentions in her memoirs that her grandfather was the city Kotwal of Delhi prior to 1857's uprising when Bahadur Shah Zafar was still the sultan of Delhi. Jawaharlal Nehru, in his autobiography, states that he had seen a picture of his grandfather which portrays him like a Mughal nobleman.

In that picture it appears that he was having long & very thick beard, wearing a Muslim cap and was having two swords in his hands. Jawaharlal Nehru also states in his autobiography that on their way toAgra (a seat of Mughal influence) from Delhi, the members of his grand father's family were detained by the British.

The reason for the detention was their Mughal features. They however pleaded that they were Kashmiri Pandits and thus got away. The Urdu literature of the 19th century, especially the works of Khwaja Hasan Nizami, are full of the miseries that the Mughals and Mohammedans have to face then. They also describe how Mughals escaped to other cities to save their lives. In all probability, Jawahar Nehru's Mughal grandfather and his family were among them.

Former Foreign Minister K Natwar Singh made an interesting revelation about Indira Gandhi's affinity to the Mughals in his book "Profile and Letters" (ISBN: 8129102358). It states that- In 1968 Indira Gandhi as the Prime Minister of India went on an official visit toAfghanistan. Natwar Sing accompanied her as an IFS officer in duty.

After having completed the day's long engagements, Indira Gandhi wanted to go out for a ride in the evening. After going a long distance in the car, Indira Gandhi wanted to visit Babur's burial place, though this was not included in the itinerary. The Afghan security officials tried to dissuade her, but she was adamant.

In the end she went to that burial place. It was a deserted place. She went before Babur's grave, stood there for a few minutes with head bent down in reverence. Natwar Singh stood behind her. When Indira had finished her prayers, she turned back and told Singh "Today we have had our brush with history." Worth to mention that Babur was the founder of Mughal rule in India, from which the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty had descended. 

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