Speaking in a debate regarding the commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the massacre at Amritsar, Andrew, reminding us all of the great statesman Gandhi was, said: ‘Gandhi, like Mandela, dug into the detail and joined the dots in such moments. These figures were deeply immersed in the machinery and life of their communities. Their antennae were tuned, their minds and bodies engaged at a deep level. Gandhi was a disrupter. He understood that the key to the future lay beyond simple reason and argument.’ ‘He saw, as a doer’, said Andrew, ‘ what talkers failed to see, so blinded were they by what they thought they knew’.
Posted on 19 Feb 19 in In The Lords