In the 1970's people laughed at me because I was rude, crude, crass, loud-mouthed bigot...
In the 1970's people laughed at me because I was rude, crude, crass, loud-mouthed bigot... Today I would be leading the field of GOP Presidential candicates. Be careful when you blindly follow the masses... Sometimes the 'M' is silent.
About the Author:
Dr. Yash Paul Soni
My family hails from Nalagarh, a small town in the state of (H.P.) in India. My father, in the early part of his life, moved to Shimla (the official capital of the British Raj at the time) for better opportunities. He started his business as a textile merchant. That’s where I was born. Shimla is more like an urban area. The British called Shimla their summer palace.
After finishing high school in Shimla, my family moved to New Delhi (present capital of India). Here, I pursued my further education, where I graduated in 1966 from Delhi University, and soon after, I had plans to move abroad for further studies. I was very determined to go to the UK with a view to earn and learn.