Interesting read, however it doesn't address the real views of Ghandi which I brought-up, for instance how he felt about intermarriage between what he called "Negroes" and the so called "Coolies".
He also referred to Zulus as "simple, timid and fearful of even a European child". He stated that they were not used to "hard work" and could only work 6 months in a year and they said they had no religion or writing system, I believe this to be the watered down version of Ghandi as the book was translated 3 times by his idolisers.
He did however compliment the Zulus for their physiques but most of the book was about The Indian/Coolie struggle for equality amongst Boers and the Brits, only once in over 200 pages did he mention that for a short while during the war he helped nurse Zulus after being asked to, but there are millions of racist white nurses and doctors around the world who do the same!
The jury remains hung on this one.
Why do you change profiles everybody knows their its YOU! lmao You don't have to keep changing profiles all time the time you look foolish!
Don't blame the White man! lmam