Anti-Gandhi Rally in San Francisco

Anti-Gandhi Rally in San Francisco


Contact: Peter Flanigan, Webmaster


San Francsico, CA – Sept. 20, 2007 – will host an anti-Gandhi rally at 11am on Oct. 2nd at the statue of Mohandas Gandhi outside the San Francisco Ferry Terminal. The rally is a response to the United Nations declaration of Oct. 2nd as an “International Day of Non-Violence.” This date is the birthday of Mohandas Gandhi, and was chosen to honor a man most consider an icon of nonviolence.

The rally will emphasize Gandhi’s virulent anti-black racism, participation in a 1906 British war on blacks, and his attempt to coverup the murder of an American citizen by his followers.

While living in South Africa, Gandhi said of the black natives: “Ours is one continual struggle against a degradation sought to be inflicted upon us by the Europeans, who desire to degrade us to the level of the raw Kaffir whose occupation is hunting, and whose sole ambition is to collect a certain number of cattle to buy a wife with and, then, pass his life in indolence and nakedness.”

“The popular image of Gandhi as an egalitarian pacifist is a myth,” said Peter Flanigan, the site’s webmaster. “Our rally is intended to challenge that myth by disseminating Gandhi’s own words revealing his racism and sham nonviolence.”

At the rally, will circulate similar Gandhi quotes and highlight his anti-black activism in South Africa. will also assert that Gandhi’s promotion of institutionalized racism in South Africa may have facilitated the rise of Apartheid.

About – was founded by Americans concerned about the negative effects of Mohandas Gandhi’s philosophy on international politics and the daily lives of Indian minorities. The website is dedicated to factually debunking the myth of “Mahatma” Gandhi, primarily through the use of his own writings.


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