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Wednesday, 9 July 2014

Mahatma Gandhi statue for Parliament Square

Not content with a statue of Nelson Mandela now we've got to have one of Gandhi plonked right in the middle of Parliament square, this is just another example to demonstrate to the indigenous people of England that their country no longer exists as it has been stolen by the 'Eternal Parasite' the Jew and handed to the invited invaders. J.H.

A statue of Mahatma Gandhi, the Indian civil rights leader, will be erected opposite the Houses of Parliament, Cabinet ministers have announced. Gandhi, who studied in London, will join [War criminal] Winston Churchill, [Black terrorist] Nelson Mandela and Abraham Lincoln when a statue is unveiled in Parliament Square early next year.

The new statue was announced by William Hague, the Foreign Secretary, George Osborne, the Chancellor, and Sajid Javid, the Culture Secretary, on a visit to India.

It will be in place in time for the centenary of Gandhi’s return to India to begin the non-violent struggle for self rule, as well as the 70th anniversary of his death in 2018 and the 150th anniversary of his birth in 2019.

Gandhi led the nationalist struggle for Indian independence from Britain. However, ministers are keen to build stronger and deeper commercial and diplomatic ties with India, one of the world's fastest growing economies.

Mr Osborne said: 
As the father of the largest democracy in the world, it’s time for Gandhi to take his place in front of the mother of Parliaments. He is a figure of inspiration, not just in Britain and India, but around the world.
“New Indian Prime Minister Modi invoked his memory in his inaugural speech to Parliament. I hope this new memorial will be a lasting and fitting tribute to his memory in Britain, and a permanent monument to our friendship with India.”
The announcement was made as the ministers visited the Gandhi Memorial in Delhi on the second day of a visit to India.

Philip Jackson, the British sculptor who created the RAF Bomber Command memorial statues in Green Park, has been approached. Ministers hope the costs will be met through charitable donations and sponsors.

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