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Do You Know Your Sonia

Do You Know Your Sonia



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Do You Know Your Sonia?
By Dr. Subramanian Swamy
August 15, 2004
Patriotic Indians should thank the President of India for having thecourage by citing a legal hitch to dissuade Ms. Sonia Gandhi fromstaking her claim to form the government in May this year. Shetherefore did not as expected on May 17th become the Prime Minister of 1 billion plus people of India. It can now be saidthat the nation has been saved from a monumental, devastating, and permanent injury to India's national interest and patriotic psycheof Indians. And therefore every effort that can be made inademocracy should be made to ensure that Ms. Sonia Gandhi is permanently out of reckoning for any public office. For those whoinstinctively understand that, this Note is to explain the factual basis for this conclusion, and suggest what patriotic Indians can donow .My opposition to Ms. Sonia Gandhi is not merely because she isItalian---born. In other democratic countries, including in Italy,such an issue [of foreign-born aspiring to be head of government]would not even arise at all because the issue has already beensettled by law, that a person cannot hold the highest public officeunless he or she is native born.In India there is no such law, but the President according to myknowledge, correctly acted on a proviso to Section 5 of the IndianCitizenship Act[1955] which empowers the Union Home Ministry to laydown conditions that apply to Indian citizenship acquired byforeigners by registration, which conditions would be based on the principle of reciprocity, viz., in Ms Gandhi's case such of thoseconditions that apply to Indians on becoming citizens of Italy wouldapply to her.The President reportedly told her that if she insisted on beinginvited to form the government, he would want first to clarify, on areference to the Supreme Court, whether in view of this proviso her 
appointment as PM could be successfully challenged in the court. Itis fair to assume that this report of the President's decision, iscorrect since the President had before him my petition dated May 15,2004 making just that point--- that Ms. Gandhi's citizenship isconditional, and in particular she cannot be the PM legally. ThePresident had also given me an appointment at 12.45 PM on May 17,2004 to explain my submissions in person, which I did. I also toldhim that I would challenge such a constitutional appointment in theSupreme Court just as I had in 2001 when the Tamil Nadu Governor illegally swore in Ms Jayalalitha as Chief Minister.In that case, the Supreme Court had after hearing me and many other constitutional luminaries, upheld my contention that mere majorityin the House is insufficient for being sworn in to a constitutionaloffice. There must be no disqualification as well. Ms. Jayalalithahad therefore to step down because she was disqualified by aconviction handed by a trial court in the TANSI corruption casefiled by me as private complaint [she subsequently was acquitted bythe Madras High Court, and hence became eligible the next year].I also cited to the President a 1962 Allahabad High Court case,which held that this proviso in the Citizenship Act was binding andlawful.The nation in the Sonia matter has thus got an unexpected buttemporary reprieve, a reprieve received not only because her citizenship of India by registration is not equal to one by birtheven by Indian law, but also a reprieve more because of whatnational security risk was averted. To comprehend that risk, we mustfirst understand who Sonia Gandhi really is and what danger she, her family and her friends in Italy hold for India's national security.Even for an Indian born citizen, we find it difficult to know a person's true background, but for an Italian born it is extremelyhard because of the remote access for most people to Italy inlanguage and familiarity. This note is about that danger that Soniarepresents to the nation, which the people need to know.IIMs. Sonia Gandhi's background as is publicized by her and her 
Congress Party today, is based on three lies to hide the uglyreality of her life.First, her real name is Antonia not Sonia. The Italian Ambassador in New Delhi revealed this in a letter dated April 27, 1983 to theUnion Home Ministry which letter has not been made public. Antoniais Sonia's real name in her birth certificate. Sonia is the namegiven to her subsequently by her father, Stefano Maino [nowdeceased] following his return from Russia where he had been a prisoner of war. Stefano had joined the Nazi army as a volunteer.Sonia is a Russian not Italian name. While spending two years in aRussian jail, Sonia's father had become quite pro-Soviet; especiallyafter the liberating US army in Italy had confiscated all fascists' properties including his.Second, she was not born in Orbassano as she claims in her bio datasubmitted to Parliament on becoming MP, but in Luciana as stated inher birth certificate. She perhaps would like to hide the place of her birth because of her father's connection with the Nazis andMussolini's Fascists, and her family's continuing connections withthe Nazi-Fascists underground that is still surviving since 1945 inItaly. Luciana is where Nazi-Fascist network is headquartered, andis on the Italian-Swiss border. There can be no other explanationfor this otherwise meaningless lie.Third, Sonia Gandhi has not studied beyond High School. She hasfalsely claimed in her affidavit filed as a contesting candidate before the Rae Bareli Returning Officer in the 2004 Lok Sabhaelections, that she qualified and got a diploma inEnglish from the prestigious University of Cambridge, UK.The truth is that Ms. Gandhi has never studied in any collegeanywhere. She did go to a Catholic nun run seminary-school calledMaria Ausiliatrice in Giaveno [15 kms from adopted home town of Orbassabo]. Poverty those days forced young Italian girls to go tosuch missionaries and then in their teens go to UK to get jobs ascleaning maids, waitresses and au pair. The Mainos were poor thosedays.

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