Do You Know Your Sonia? – Part 2

With all the hits I have been getting for the “Do you know your Sonia” post recently, I tried to google around and find the original source of the post. But, in vain. I don’t remember where I had read that original post. Anyway while doing this, I stumbled across one more article on the same topic. Am posting that here for readers who are interested. 🙂 Personally I feel that the content of this article is more emotion ridden and biased than the other. There seems to be a lot of allegations made there in, for which there seems to be no evidence. Anyway, its definitely an interesting read. I honestly don’t understand much of Indian politics. But, I am always a sucker for conspiracy theories and anything on those lines interests me whether I really believe in it or not 🙂 .

Saturday, July 30, 2005

A Visit to Sonia Gandhi’s Birth Place
By Aravind G 06/02/2003 At 13:47

Yes, I am speaking here of Sonia Maino, the alien, non-Hindu widow of the late Rajiv Roberto Gandhi, hell bent to destroy India’s culture, religion and its people.

A Visit to Orbassano, Sonia’s Birth Place It has been a great tragedy that for the last several centuries our people have been kept in the dark about the true identity of our rulers. I am not speaking here of our common people who, in great measure, have been denied education and literacy, induced to lay down their lives in battles, almost like mercenaries; I am speaking here of our so called educated men who are more eager to know about lesbianism, an Islamic phenomenon, born in harems, than about the antecedents of their own foreign-born rulers. The thing has deteriorated so much that the entire country happily romps around today, with a foreign born woman of unknown pedigree. Yes, I am speaking here of Sonia Maino, the alien, non-Hindu widow of the late Rajiv Roberto Gandhi, hell bent to destroy India’s culture, religion and its people.

Did you notice that we are never told about the roots of Sonia, her background, her family, how many brothers and sisters she has, the name of her father, his profession, which town or village she comes from, in small little things that familiarize the people with the self-appointed ruler by virtue of an accidental wedding abroad? In India, we are not told the name of Rajiv’s paternal grandfather or how did the universal uncle Jawahar Lal died or wherefrom did the adjunct ‘Nehru’ come from! Moti Lal’s father’s name was Ganga Dhar; why then Moti Lal was not named Moti Lal Dhar? And so on and so forth; we have
a great deal of unknowns to discover and be familiar with. I therefore set out to discover myself the small village where Sonia hails from.

After some inquiries, I discovered that Sonia was born some 52 years ago in the small village called Orbassano, just outside Turin (called Torino in Italian), in the north of the country, at the foothills of the Alps.)”

“The next night I invited the two Italian getlemen to dine with me. I asked them what they knew about the love affair between Rajiv (il presidente indiano), a Mohammedan boy and Sonia, a thoroughbred ‘cattolica’ of Orbassano. Didn’t her father have anything to say to this inter-faith marriage? I was told that Sonia’s father, a simple man named Stephano Maino, used to be a staunch fascist (never mind Sonia’s leftist stance today) and supporter of Benito Mussolini, the dictator of Italy then. Stephano was an upcoming party-man at the time. He was among those hoodlums who used to round up leftists and force feed them with bottles of Castor oil. This was common at the time, all over Italy. The men would vomit and foul their pants, would be ridiculed in public and punished by long jail sentences so that their will could be broken. And in due course Stephano rose in ranks and eventually was sent to the eastern front to fight the Russians. He was captured and had to pass many months in Russian prison camps where he, for the first time came in touch with Russian women jail-keepers with names like Sonia and Marouchka. It was after his return from the front, after the war was over, that Stephano returned home in Orbassano and sired the two daughters, whom he named with Russian names, Sonia and Marouchka. He became a contractor of some sort and no longer a party-man; there was no party then!

On the subject of the inter-religious marriage with Rajiv, the ‘indiano’, I was told that Stephano was too angry at first to give his blessing to the marriage. At the beginning, Rajiv denied his Islamic roots and blabbered something on his being a Parsee. He explained how the Parsees in India are very liberal. He cited the names of Ratan Tata and several others, even of those who had married French Catholic ladies without giving up their Parsee faith. The implication was that by virtue of the fact that Rajiv’s father Feroz’s mother used to be a Parsee woman (and that was prior to her niakaah), Rajiv too could marry Sonia sans relinquishing his Mohammedan creed. The problem that the nitwit Rajiv did not think about is that a man’s faith is NOT determined by the religion of the mother and even more so when she changes her creed, just prior to wedding as Feroz’s mother had done; she had become a Mohammedan woman at the time of her nikaah with the Sunni Mohammedan Nawab Khan. If Feroz is a Parsee then Pataudi and Ayesha Sultana’s (aka Sharmila Tagore) son Seif Ali (the sword of Ali) is also a Hindu. However, Stephano was smart enough to call the bluff of Rajiv, who never has been known to be intelligent. From the BCCI, Bofors and the submarine deals, he has dropped the load everywhere to great dismay of his supporters. (Those who want to know further, please read up M.O. Mathai’s books My Days With Nehru and Reminiscences of the Nehru Age, if you can at all procure them today.

There M.O. Mathai (Nehru’s P.A. for more than a decade) tells us of Nehru’s chicanery fooling the Hindus of India when he announced the Vedic marriage between Feroz and Indira. According to Mathai, that was no marriage at all; such inter-faith weddings between Hindus and Mohammedans were illegal and hence, writes Mathai. Indira’s two sons were bastards. India has thus been ruled for so many years by a dynasty of bastards!)

But the old fashioned Stephano was not ready to listen to Rajiv’s arguments. He said that in order to marry his daughter, Rajiv would have to accept Catholicism and become one. Stephano Maino may not be a Cambridge graduate (but then neither was Rajiv, inspite of all the brouhaha), he did not approve of an inter-faith wedding where his own daughter was a party. And behold, Rajiv became a Catholic. Now, readers! Please remember by this simple act that took place in far away and unknown Orbassano, Rajiv, the grandson of Nawab Khan, the Sunni liquor merchant, became punishable by death! Apostasy is punishable by death in Islam. Measures were taken to keep this information on Rajiv’s change of faith quiet. India’s Mohammedans did not make much noise for the ante was too high. Sonia came to India as Rajiv’s wife, with her father’s blessings, but as an Italian Catholic citizen which she remained for decades.

She was no burden to her husband. She dabbled in insurance business. Who in India would not run to an insurance agent like Sonia? She was making bags of money in our poor India until the matter was brought to light and such activities were stopped forthwith. Then Rajiv, still an Indian husband of an Italian wife, wily nilly went on with his air plane second pilot’s job until the time came to take over from her assassinated mother. A share of the sins from subsequent mass slaughter of India’s Sikhs bothered Sonia and her advisors (like Mani Shankar Liars et al) suggested garlanding of Bhagat Singh’s pictures in public for an eventual redemption. However, that did not work as we all know.

No doubt this ragazza (girl, in Italian) has come a long way. She had to become an Indian citizen to enable her husband to become the Prime Minister. We know the subsequent incidents and anecdotes. How the wily Sonia was instrumental in the Pope’s arrival in India after the eye-wash of a fictitious ‘Ganga-cleaning’, which remained unclean even after the Pope had left for the Vatican! It was then that the Catholic couple (they had not done so all these years!) started visiting Hindu temples with vermilion-smeared foreheads, in saris and dhoties. Sonia was made the life-time chair-person of the million-dollar Rajiv Gandhi Fund. Money was coming in like it was no body’s business. From the BCCI, from the Bofors deal, the submarine deal, while Catholic convents were being built with India’s money, some 500 of them, to vie with Mother Teresa. It was at this time of the post-Rajiv period, this young woman went to Japan (please look up the Soka Gakkai International edition of that year) where she lectured that in the matter of divinity both Gandhi and Nehru were of the same level as the Lord Gautama Buddha. At one stroke, the entire Japanese nation was red in anger. And this is the person who in her big expensive book on the late Rajiv, prepared by a hack-writer under the guidance of Sonia, had stated that her knowledge of India was very limited when she first met Rajiv at that Italian eatery in the back streets of Cambridge. Then she knew India to be only a land of snakes and tigers. She had never heard of Gautama Buddha or of Hinduism or even of Islam! The lady has well-paid and competent teachers. Money has always been abundant; even after she had transferred all those millions of dollars from India to London (one would like to know under which law this could be done and by whose orders?) and after the Baring Bank (where she had deposited all the Rajiv Gandhi Fund money) had turned turtle, one wonders who gave permission to replenish all that lost money in full?

Now she has become a past mistress in chicanery, Sicilian style. Christian Bhil boys rape Christian Bhil women and Hindu boys get the blame for having raped Christian nuns. The false news is broadcast all over the Christian world and our wide-eyed BJP babes-in-the-wood cannot even protest! In faltering Hindi she reads to Hindu listeners that ‘the soil of India is as pure to her as the vermilion of her forehead’; that ‘she would like to breathe her last only in this land of virtue’ and so on and then abruptly turns round, and like an ill-bred street woman starts calling respectable Indian leaders like Vajpayee, ‘a liar’

(Afterword: Readers! We have not heard the last of this babe. Unless our Gods take care of such insult of our ancient nation by this broad, who also is a fraud, like they had done with the entire Gandhi-Nehru dynasty within the span of a few years, she is going to be a nuisance and our people would have to suffer! Time has come for our people to take notice and to watch every movement of the signora, and NOT leave our affairs totally in the hands of incompetent leaders! She has already dubbed Vajpayee a liar; wait till she comes up with choice Italian swear words for us too! )

Editor’s Note: This article was first featured on March 8, 1999.

  1. #1 by STE on April 26, 2007 - 12:15 pm

    Though I respect the patriotism of the writer in ensuring that India is ruled by able, patriotic Indian, I detest the tone. I am afraid that this tone will brand any of the a straight forward educated person like Vajpayee as fundamentalist, by those ignorant who would be half-heartly accepting Sonia.

    To grasp your point of view, you have to post some appealing questions with solid proof and this can help guiding millions of ignorant Indians to the right direction. They will pose the right question of “if Sonia is really honest”. To my analysis, she is definitely NOT. All she wants to loot more and more money. Please note, I said money and not power. Why would a 25,000Rs salary of a PMO will be interesting? Rather than having a moderate PM and loot from behind. How would she not have a soft side to a nation, which have brought her up to youth? How would she be more patirotic than those people (Vajpayee, Manmohan singh, Abdul kalam, Advani, Praveen Togadia etc) who have been brought up in India and who have dedicated their life for India and few for the cause of exposing our mistakes during the moghal and British empire and for the betterment of genral Indian public.

    Jai Hind

  2. #2 by pradd on April 26, 2007 - 10:02 pm

    A traitor ruling our country….

  3. #3 by anonymous on April 28, 2007 - 3:11 am

    typical of indians, first the arabs duped them in sindh, followed by british, and now an italian

  4. #4 by Indian on June 6, 2007 - 6:58 am


    very nice post – very interesting and quite disturbing.

    Also – you have your picture / name etc here – are you not worried that someone will try to trouble you for posting such controversial material?

    Keep up the good work.

  5. #5 by Debabrata on June 14, 2007 - 7:30 am

    The write-up is praise worthy. Dont’be like substandard indian journalist. Your write up may be true, but may not be – but you deserve thanks for your straight forward write-up.
    Thanks, once again.

  6. #6 by Sriivasa Murthy S.V on June 14, 2007 - 9:23 am

    The sonia 2 is very wonderful. I really till date how come our Mahatma Gandhi’s name joined to Mrs. Indira Priyadarshini. I wish them Lage Raho

  7. #7 by Kedar on July 28, 2007 - 6:33 am





  8. #8 by Vinay on July 28, 2007 - 6:42 am

    very nice info. Russian president vladimir putin was having good post in KGB(Russion Intelligence) before, SOnia father once caught was then made as russion Spy and in years to come (U know how russians kept influence over india) so to continue that they tried to make an impact directly in indian politics. So This is accepted fact by RAW(Indian Intelligence) that Sonia is also KGB agent…Everyone keeping their mouth shut only bcoz not to blame russia….to continue friendly relationship with them

  9. #9 by truecongresspolitics on October 30, 2007 - 1:22 pm

  10. #10 by truecongresspolitics on October 30, 2007 - 1:24 pm

    Congress interpretations of some of the similiar events is as follows –

    Sikhs getting slaughered in thousands = A MISTAKE.
    Hindus getting killed in Kashmir = Political problem.
    Muslims getting killed by a few hundred = Holocaust.
    Poor protestors getting shot in WB under Left Govt = Misunderstanding.

    Banning Parzania in Gujarat = Communal.
    Banning Da Vinci Code and Jo Bole So Nihaal = Secular.

    Kargil Attack = Government failure.
    Chinese invasion in 1962 = Unfortunate betrayal.

    Reservations in every school and college on caste lines = Secular. Reservations in Minority institutions = Communal.

    Fake encounters in Gujarat [Sohrabuddin] = BJP Communalism.
    Fake encounters under Cong-NCP in Maharashtra [Khwaja Younus] = Police atrocity.

    Talking about Hindus and Hinduism appeasment = Communal. Talking about Muslims and Islam = Secular.

    BJP freeing 3 terrorists to save 100 Indian hostages = Shameful
    Congress freeing 4 militants to save just a life of one daughter of it’s minister in Kashmir [Rubina Sayed] = Natural Political dilemma.

    Attack on Parliament = BJP ineptitude. Not hanging Afzal Guru the mastermind despite Supreme Court orders = Humanity and Political dilemma.

    BJP questioning Islam = Communal. Congress questioning Lord Rama’s existance = Clerical Error.

    Is there any end to Congress and it’s shameless supporters hypocrisy.


  11. #11 by truecongresspolitics on October 30, 2007 - 1:24 pm

    he speaks truth…this is da way how generally these christians do…they are ready to convert you by hook or by crook.

  12. #12 by truecongresspolitics on October 30, 2007 - 1:24 pm

    Who is communal? Congress, Communists or BJP
    Posted by truecongresspolitics on 18th October 2007

    I love and agree to both of you.It is the quality of Hindu dharma only that it gives regard to others way of worship and tolerates other’s view-piont and allows an open debate for every issue. Similar is not the case of others.

    1. There are nearly 52 Muslim countries. Show one Muslim country, which provides Haj subsidy.
    2. Show one Muslim country where Hindus are extended the special rights that Muslims are accorded in India?
    3. Show one Muslim country, which has a Non-Muslim as its President or Prime Minister.
    4. Show one country where the 85% majority craves for the indulgence of the 15% minority.
    5. Show one Mullah or Maulvi who has declared a ‘fatwa’ against terrorists.
    6. Hindu-majority Maharashtra, Bihar, Kerala, Pondicherry, etc. have in the past elected Muslim as CMs; Can you ever imagine a Hindu becoming the CM of Muslim – majority J&K?
    7. Today Hindus are 85%. If Hindus are intolerant, how come Masjids and Madrassas are thriving? How come Muslims are offering Namaz on the road? How come Muslims are proclaiming 5 times a day on loudspeakers that there is no God except Allah?
    8. When Hindus gave to Muslims 30% of Bharat for a song, why should Hindus now beg for their sacred places at Ayodhya, Mathura and Kashi?
    9. Why temple funds are spent for the welfare of Muslims and Christians, when they are free to spend their money in any way they like?
    10. When uniform is made compulsory for school children, why there is no Uniform Civil Code for citizens?
    11. In what way, J&K is different from Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu or Uttar Pradesh, to have article 370?
    12. Why Gandhiji supported Khilafat Movement (nothing to do with our freedom movement) and what in turn he got?
    13. Why Ghandiji objected to the decision of the cabinet and insisted that Somnath Temple should be reconstructed out of public fund, not government funds. When in January 1948 he pressurized Nehru and Patel to carry on renovation of the mosques of Delhi at government expenses?
    14. If Muslims & Christians are minorities in Maharashtra, UP, Bihar, etc., are Hindus not minorities in J&K, Mizoram, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya etc? Why are Hindus denied minority rights in these states?
    15. Do you admit that Hindus have problems that need to be recognized? Or do you think that those who call themselves Hindus are themselves the problem?
    16. Why post-Godhra is blown out proportion, when no one talks of the ethnic cleansing of 4 lakh Hindus from Kashmir?
    17. In 1947, when India was partitioned, the Hindu population in Pakistan was about 24%. Today it is not even 1%. In 1947, the Hindu population in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) was 30%. Today it is about 7%. What happened to the missing Hindus? Do Hindus have human rights?
    18. In contrast, in India, Muslim population has gone up from 10.4% in 1951 to about 14% today; whereas Hindu population has come down from 87.2% in 1951 to 85% in 1991. Do you still think that Hindus are fundamentalists?
    19. Do you consider that – Sanskrit is communal and Urdu is secular, Mandir is Communal and Masjid is Secular, Sadhu is Communal and Iman is Secular, BJP is communal and Muslim league is Secular, Dr. Praveen Bhai Togadia is ANTI-NATIONAL and Bhukari is Secular, Vande Matharam is communal and Allah-O-Akbar is secular, Shriman is communal and Mian is secular, Hinduism is Communal and Islam is Secular, Hindutva is communal and Jihadism is secular, and at last, Bharat is communal and Italy is Secular?
    20. When Christian and Muslim schools can teach Bible and Quran, Why Hindus cannot teach Gita or Ramayan?
    21. Abdul Rehman Antuley was made a trustee of the famous Siddhi Vinayak Temple in Prabhadevi, Mumbai Can a Hindu – say Mulayam or Laloo – ever become a trustee of a Masjid or Madrassa?
    22. Dr. Praveenbhai Togadia has been arrested many time on flimsy grounds, has the Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid, Delhi, Ahmed Bhukari been arrested for claiming to be an ISI agent and advocating further partition of Bharat?
    23. When Haj pilgrims are given subsidy, why Hindu pilgrims to Amarnath, Sabarimalai & Kailash Mansarovar are taxed?
    24. Afzal Guru,attacker on Parliament,isnot being put to hanging inspite of repeated otders of supreme court?Could he be spared in any muslim or christian country for the same crime? No terrorist has yet been hanged

  13. #13 by truecongresspolitics on October 30, 2007 - 1:25 pm

    How kashmir integrated into india and what congress is hiding

  14. #14 by Capt.Dineshkumar on April 11, 2008 - 6:07 pm

    This article reveals so much about veiled indian families..,

    After reading this article i felt like i have re read the writings of Mario Puzo..!!!

    with all those..sicillian.., mafia….maino..national leader…catholic lady..

    im worried about my country…being into a mafia’s hand..!!!

  15. #15 by ABC on July 9, 2009 - 12:31 pm

  16. #16 by joseph on May 10, 2010 - 8:12 pm

    Hindu – what is Hinduism and what is the contribution of Hinduism to humanity ? is it not a way of life where poor and innocent people are exploited systematically in the name of god ? in fact in India Hindus are not majority but they are minority. Reality is that innocent people are being made as Hindus. i dont believe in any religion which exploits innocents or making them outcast. also i hate that system where some acts as they are god’s special, a privilege getting by birth.

  17. #17 by Peter Anthony Biagi on November 11, 2010 - 8:16 pm

    I ‘m an Italian teacher .
    I ‘ ve just read your article about Sonia Gandhi ‘ s birthplace. Orbassano isn ‘ t her birthplace: it is Lusiana near the town of Vicenza, in Veneto region . have a look also on Britannica Encyclopedia on line and wikipedia. Sonia Gandhi spent a part of her childhood and her adolescence at Orbassano but she wasn’t born there.


    Prof. Peter Anthony Biagi

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