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US "Scholars" are like Snakes. Be careful before you let them in ... Recently this news caught my eyes. Panel, Sibal differ on foreign varsity ... The government-appointed Yash Pal committee on higher education has cautioned against allowing foreign universities to set up campuses in India, challenging human resource development minister Kapil Sibal's plans to expedite their entry. In a recommendation that could embarrass the government, the panel has argued that liberalising visa restrictions to allow foreign scholars access to Indian universities may prove more beneficial than letting in foreign universities. The panel has also recommended in its report submitted to Sibal yesterday that any foreign university that sets up a campus here should give an "Indian degree" and follow all rules and regulations binding on Indian universities. – Indian Realist
Dominant Social Theme: India has its Dalits – just as America had its Afro-American slaves. And this should not be tolerated. The West will do what it can to help.
Free-Market Analysis: We must confess if there is one country that remains a mystery to us, it is India. India's former city-states may have hosted some of the world's most ancient advanced cultures and civilizations. But Indian pre-history and archeological evidence has received short shrift in the West. In our view, this is because the country poses many challenges to the current Western-centric paradigm of civilization promoted by the Anglo-American power elite.
In this article, we shall explore this perspective at greater length and also examine how the West may be attacking India once again via a kind of divide-and-conquer stratagem. Obviously such an attack, if it is taking place, has significant ramifications from investment, employment and cultural standpoints. It may even have certain sociopolitical and economic reverberations.
A tip of the hat to author and feedbacker Lila Rajiva – as she sent us a link that began our modest investigations for this article. The growing "Afro-Dalit" movement (see below) in India is apparently part of the challenges that a modernizing India must face. It is probably an outgrowth of a larger schizophrenia of the West as regards India. This is an age-old problem in our view because unlike China, India was not consolidated into a country prior to its British colonial takeover. The approach of Western elites has wobbled between co-opting an India of over a billion people and undermining it.
Why the Western elite would want to practice "divide and conquer" on India once more is not particularly clear. It has been suggested by some Indian scholars that the West fears that India will eventually turn into another fiercesome competitor on the world stage as China has apparently done. What is considerably clearer, apparently, is that India is already under attack by Western forces (once more) via India's soft underbelly which is its caste system.
It is, in fact, the problem of the lower (lowest) castes that has apparently proven intractable and thus provides a continued, tempting target. It is explained in an Indian blog (see excerpt at the beginning of this article), which draws on speech given by Rajiv Malhotra, entitled, "Where is India in the Encounter of Civilizations?" as follows:
Now what caught me started on this course of understanding America's intervention with India's break up was a very interesting meeting I had with a scholar in Princeton University. We were just sitting and having lunch and he has just come back from India and I said "What did you do in India?" And he said "Oh I went there as part of the Afro-Dalit project" So I asked him what is this Afro Dalit project. So he said, "Oh we go to India we do youth empowerment and training programmes" I said "It is very interesting. Can you tell me what it is? Who are the Dalits?" And he said "Well. ... They are Africans. They are the blacks of India and the non- Dalits are the whites of India. And this is the black-white history of India which is mirroring the black white history of America. And the Afro-Dalit project is to educate our Dalit brothers." This was amazing to me. And my whole thesis started when I started searching on Afro-Dalit project.
And there is a whole library of what they are up to and who funds them. And they are very much active in Tamil Nadu building up a whole network of youth empowerment and youth training to give them a contrary sense of history that they are historically a kind of oppressed people and non-religious and so on. The Church has a vested interest in it because if you can dislocate their identity from the rest of India then you can re-programme them and give them a new religion and so on. This is called Dalitstan project.
So I was invited to this scholar's office. And I saw this map. This is the map of the Dalitstan that was hanging there. On the northern part is Mughalstan which is from Afghanistan, Pakistan and all the way to Bangladesh. This turns out to be what Mullah Omar says when he states that he wants to put the flag of Taliban on the red fort of Delhi and recreate the Mughal Empire. And the southern part of India is Dalitstan and Dravidstan. So these guys are working on it.
So I was very much amazed that nobody is talking about it. Nobody seems to have noticed. Yet these guys have an open project. If you just Google Afro-Dalit you will come across a lot of hits and you yourself can see that. Then I started getting deeper into it and found that there is merit in the thesis that says that the local minorities are being appropriated by global nexuses. Afro-Dalit Project is just one example.
One can make the case of course that the Dalit initiative is merely political correctness run amuck. Having deeply polarized America over the black/white divide, the US educational establishment (or part of it anyway) has turned its focus serendipitously on India. But from our point of view, such an effort is perhaps NOT a coincidence but another Western elite promotion – an emergent dominant social theme – designed, probably, to keep India in check as it emerges as a world power.
What also emerges from this concern – voiced by the Indian writers we have quoted in this article – is the acuteness of understanding regarding Western challenges. We wrote recently of one Indian military observer who had speculated that India could erect a missile shield within the span of a few years that would render it impermeable to Western attacks. The idea of India not only as a nuclear power in the world but as a dominant one is somewhat startling from a Western point of view. But it is certainly not beyond the scope of possibility.
The concerns being voiced about Western aggressiveness in sociopolitical venues – potentially generating Dalit unrest throughout India – are both startling and perceptive as well. The Internet, we wish to note, is a major player in propagating these views, spreading the alarm, in other words. We are not sure what will come of this impending controversy, but chances are that a forewarned nationalist Indian intelligentsia will be much better able to resist Western incursions than one that is not.
This is not of course to downplay the many problems and prejudices in India. But these are INDIAN problems to be solved by Indians, presumably. The idea that the US (with or without the blessings of the Anglo-American elite) is exporting a quasi-Black Power movement to India reeks of the worst kind of aggressive patronization. Having virtually Balkanized the US (racially anyway), those proponents of racialism have turned their sights, apparently, on the larger world. India is to receive this dubious export, one of America's most virulent.
Of course, we do have some trouble believing it is mostly or entirely "coincidence." From our point of view the entire Western academic apparatus is hopelessly comprised. Almost any field of endeavor one cares to name has been infected by political correctness promoted by the elite in its efforts to control Western populations while attempting to build up the rudiments of world government.
Much of what takes place in academia today (especially in the US) involves bigness – the kind of bigness only money can buy. Thee are very few universities that do not receive substantial government grants. There is a huge network of state colleges and universities that are supported to a great degree by local, state and federal taxes. Even "private" colleges and universities receive substantial government bequests.
And what has been the result? American education is subject to the same kind of inflation as the dollar. There is more of it, but it is worth a great deal less. Examples abound. There are degrees given in "Homeland Securities" studies now as well as in the larger field of "criminal justice." From our point of view (not being fans of the growing US police state) this is somewhat analogous to the former USSR offering degrees in "KGB studies."
It is much worse of course. Political correctness runs throughout American education these days. Classical liberalism has fallen by the wayside. Government and state solutions are exalted. Economics still focuses on Keynesianism. Literature focuses on the misery of the working class and the exploitation and meaninglessness of capitalism (when it is not celebrating nihilistic hedonism.) Science is held in thrall to 20th century physics. Astronomy ignores intriguing theories having to do with an "electrical universe." Psychology focuses on Skinnerian interpretations of humans as metaphorical computers with standardized inputs and outputs. Highbrow music, art and theatre have all been divorced to varying degrees from the human experience itself in order to celebrate the sterile embrace of the state – which seeks abstract compositions devoid of philosophical or political commentary.
We could go on at length. The corruption of education in the West involves, of course, the tragedy of mercantilism. Having successfully infiltrated education with government funds, the elite now uses taxpayers' own money to inflict a kind of mind control. Most every problem that eager students tackle have to do with problems of private enterprise. Most every solution is statist. This is certainly true of feminist and afro-centric studies. Over and over, problems are represented as arising from culture itself – and only government has the answers.
Now it well may be that India suffers from similar problems. But certainly the idea that India is now under sustained attack by US institutions of higher learning does not bode well. The virus of grievance scholarship has increasingly hollowed out Western academia. With the exception, perhaps, of a few fields such as engineering, what young people imbibe has more to do with propaganda than scholarship.
One graduates at any level, it seems, with a predilection to suggest state solutions, and to find fault with private enterprise. A society such as India, wracked with problems having to do with prejudice and income disparity, is certainly a target for the kind of education currently in vogue in the West. Its virtues, having to do especially with an ancient, non-consumerist philosophy, are ignored. The worst predilections of the modern state are increasingly in evidence, and encouraged by the West and by Indian facilitators. The Indian commentators cited above are correct in their diagnosis, we believe.
India should be celebrated by the West as an ancient and glorious civilization; not merely attacked for its inequities. It is perfectly possible that India has hosted advanced civilizations as long as 15,000 years ago. There are surprisingly detailed descriptions of "flying machines" with mercury engines in various sacred texts. Apparently a long-lost city of massive proportions has been located off the coast of India, with artifacts dating back as far as 8,000 or 9,000 years or more. Here is a description of ancient Indian technology from HinduWisdom.com:
In the Vedic literature of India, there are many descriptions of flying machines that are generally called Vimanas. India's national epic, The Mahabharata, is a poem of vast length and complexity. According to Dr. Vyacheslav Zaitsev: "the holy Indian Sages, the Ramayana for one, tell of "Two storied celestial chariots with many windows" "They roar like off into the sky until they appear like comets." The Mahabharata and various Sanskrit books describe at length these chariots, "powered by winged lighting...it was a ship that soared into the air, flying to both the solar and stellar regions."
There is a just a mass of fascinating information about flying machines, even fantastic science fiction weapons, that can be found in translations of the Vedas (scriptures), Indian epics, and other ancient Sanskrit text.
There are no physical remains of ancient Indian aircraft technology but references to ancient flying machines are commonplace in the ancient Indian texts. Several popular ancient epics describe their use in warfare. Depending on one's point of view, either it contains some of the earliest known science fiction, or it records conflict between beings with weapons as powerful and advanced as anything used today. Above all we need to remember: absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.
Western "civilization" has emerged in about 5,000 years time. Why then should it have taken humans 45,000 years to discover farming (and thus ascend to the Neolithic)? Isn't it possible that civilizations have emerged repetitively? Perhaps humans have created and recreated "modern" civilization not once but twice or even three times. Perhaps much evidence of these civilizations has been wiped away by cataclysmic disasters, manmade or otherwise. Perhaps some of this evidence lies drowned in the shallow depths of seas around the world – for once upon a time icecaps melted and seas rose, as related in flood mythology throughout the world.
Conclusion: In our humble view, this sort of scientific inquiry should be welcome within the groves of Western academe. Instead, unfortunately, the primary focus of Western universities is organized around private problems and state solutions and intended to encourage the primacy of the Western state as the paragon of civic virtue and the fount of solutions to every kind of problem imaginable. In this sense Western education, as it evolved in the 20th century, is an elite promotion, one intended to manipulate an emergent India. And Indians are right to be suspicious of it.
Posted by Lila Rajiva on 11/09/10 08:02 AM
I just saw this piece by E. Margolis at LRC. Ostensibly warning of the dangers of a China-India arms build up, it seems to be contributing to it...with the US portrayed as somehow bumbling into a region of wily Orientals it doesn't understand.
This is quite disingenuous, considering the extent of US surveillance in the area and covert backing of insurgent movements.
Also, the stats are exaggerated. While caste certainly continues in India, Margolis doesn't mention the enormous set-asides (quotas) for dalits and backward classes, of an order much greater than in the west, nor does he mention the backlash and balkanization this has caused.
The language he uses about this is quite similar to the afro-dalit theorists mentioned earlier.
Margolis also exaggerates the number of dowry deaths to 40,000 a year, whereas most numbers I've seen are about a third or a fourth of that. (I might be wrong here).
Consider how many people are killed in the US in insurance fraud or domestic battery relative to the size of the population here. Do the same for India, which has well over a billion people.
That will give you a fairer portrait.
Whenever I hear the media play up the condition of women in a country, I am so afraid that airstrikes or destabilization follows.
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"Whenever I hear the media play up the condition of women in a country, I am so afraid that airstrikes or destabilization follows."
You really "get it." Thanks.
Posted by Jacqueline R on 11/08/10 04:20 AM
Dalits, as I understand it, are more like gypsies than black Indians. They are an ancient wandering people who, today, are treated badly because they are beggars who pass form city to city, never educating their children and without homes, family coherence or, if we must add the western karma, health care.
They live a very unstable life, exploiting their children (they have many so that they CAN be exploited)to gain the few rupees they live on. The story is not unlike that of the European Roms who are a societal problem in Europe.
If American academicians want to exploit an already exploited group, who can stop them? The Indian government would probably try, because Indians do not take lightly to foreign intervention in their affairs, but they also have a vested interest in suppressing Dalits, independently of any Western goal.
As for "black" Indians, they are, indeed, Tamils, a group that has become marxist in its approach to seizing independence for southeastern India and Sri Lanka. The civil wars in that region are bitter and non-conclusive, but the Indian and Sir Lankan governments oppose their terrorist tactics.
Posted by Leonardo Pisano on 11/07/10 07:47 AM
@Lila Rajiva " post of 11/6/2010 8:23:47 PM
"The Cadillac limousine ..... It can also withstand a chemical or germ warfare or even a bomb attack."
What does this say about the fate of the people IN the Cadillac? Indeed, nothing. It's all gobbly gook.
Posted by Patrick McDonald on 11/07/10 03:22 AM
India is a trump card in keeping everything copesthetic. Competition is good.
Posted by AmanfromMars on 11/07/10 01:24 AM
Oh, and sharing those thoughts has at least a Dual AIMandate and Positive HyperRadioProActive Purpose, making such a pathetic political attack less likely and such an Ab Fab Control Program more likely.
Posted by AmanfromMars on 11/07/10 01:13 AM
Obama attacked and/or dead on foreign rather than home soil [well, he is only a puppet reading from a prepared script and so easily replaced by another] is so much more valuable to Uncle Sam in that it is a convenient excuse to blame any phantom enemy as justification for a shocking awful attack .....
and quite a helpful cynical diversion of critical attention and strategic criticism away from the lack of true global leadership and collapse of ponzi capitalism in the West ..... but it would so easy be regarded and recognised as a sick, perverse ploy by a particular, US home-based PE grouping, to try and save their failing Meme Control and hacked Power Base.
Is that plain enough to understand, DB ..... "
Reply from the Daily Bell: If you would simply write in English and not in gibberish your points might be better received all around ... "
Posted by Gavin on 11/07/10 01:01 AM
DB "...Perhaps humans have created and recreated "modern" civilization not one but twice or even three times. Perhaps much evidence of these civilizations has been wiped away by cataclysmic disasters, manmade or otherwise."
Looks like you might have a point about manmade cataclysms. Not sure whether you saw this but the following is from the same same site you quoted above – Click to view link
The archaeological expedition, which carried out excavations near the Indian settlement of Mohenjo-Daro in the beginning of the 1900s, uncovered the ruins of a big ancient town. The town belonged to one of the most developed civilizations in the world. The ancient civilization existed for two or three thousand years. However, scientists were a lot more interested in the death of the town, rather than in its prosperity. Researchers tried to explain the reason of the town's destruction with various theories. However, scientists did not find any indications of a monstrous flood, skeletons were not numerous, there were no fragments of weapons, or anything else that could testify either to a natural disaster or a war. Archaeologists were perplexed: according to their analysis the catastrophe in the town had occurred very unexpectedly and it did not last long.
Scientists Davneport and Vincenti put forward an amazing theory. They stated the ancient town had been ruined with a nuclear blast. They found big stratums of clay and green glass. Apparently, archaeologists supposed, high temperature melted clay and sand and they hardened immediately afterwards. Similar stratums of green glass can also found in Nevada deserts after every nuclear explosion.
A hundred years have passed since the excavations in Mohenjo-Daro. The modern analysis showed, the fragments of the ancient town had been melted with extremely high temperature – not less than 1,500 degrees centigrade. Researchers also found the strictly outlined epicenter, where all houses were leveled. Destructions lessened towards the outskirts. Dozens of skeletons were found in the area of Mohenjo-Daro – their radioactivity exceeded the norm almost 50 times.
The great ancient Indian epic, the Mahabharata, contains numerous legends about the powerful force of a mysterious weapon. One of the chapters tells of a shell, which sparkled like fire, but had no smoke. "When the shell hit the ground, the darkness covered the sky, twisters and storms leveled the towns. A horrible blast burnt thousands of animals and people to ashes. Peasants, townspeople and warriors dived in the river to wash away the poisonous dust."
Also this from Oppenheimer:
Julius Robert Oppenheimer, the principle developer of the atomic bomb, stated that "The Vedas are the greatest privilege of this century." During the explosion of the first atomic bomb, Oppenheimer quoted several Bhagavad-gita verses from the 11th chapter, such as:
"Death I am, cause of destruction of the worlds..."
When Oppenheimer was asked if this is the first nuclear explosion, he significantly replied: "Yes, in modern times," implying that ancient nuclear explosions may have previously occurred.
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Posted by Al Kyder on 11/06/10 11:36 PM
@ Lila Rajiva
Ah yes I agree, Grameen / Yunnus would not fall into the Banksta category, But, you know how banksta's work, when you see a good thing...... get onboard, or buy it out.
200m US$ per day, sounds about right for that kind of entourage, Although if we index that to inflation,, by the time he gets there it will probably 220m US$.
"Actually, I find a lot of the reasoning of the PE similar to that of Hindu high castes who believe that by virtue of planetary disposition and birth..............etc etc"
I like the way you think Lila, I would find it most amusing if they broke out the yellow swastika's for him, The road lined with 100,000's of Indians waving little yellow swastika's and rangoli/kolam on every street corner.
Cant wait to see that on Fox :)
Posted by Lila Rajiva on 11/06/10 09:07 PM
Yes, the PE show their hand specifically and clearly, in symbolic and in explicit terms.
I am not sure this is "Masonic" in essence...or Judaic..or anything else..Those elements are used because the whole approach has to be syncretic and universal...
Masonry gets a bad rap. I've studied the ideas and symbols for years and there is nothing intrinsically evil about it.
Actually, I find a lot of the reasoning of the PE similar to that of Hindu high castes who believe that by virtue of planetary disposition and birth, by virtue of karma and samskaras, they are ordained to rule.
I suspect that the phallocentric astrological religion of the Babylonian Talmud might have its roots in ancient India. Saivism is phallocentric in the same way.... and there are many other similarities.
Posted by Lila Rajiva on 11/06/10 08:58 PM
Yes, the MSM is denying the "cost" story as Republican spin, but the source was actually a Maharashtra minister, who, one would think, doesn't have any motive for exaggerating...
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"A top official of the Maharashtra government privy to the arrangements for the high-profile visit has reckoned that a whopping $ 200 million (Rs. 900 crore approx) per day would be spent by various teams coming from the US in connection with Obama's two-day stay in the city.
A huge amount of around $ 200 million would be spent on security, stay and other aspects of the Presidential visit," the official said in Mumbai."
Posted by Finn on 11/06/10 08:56 PM
Ok Tawny, just finished that interview....you better have listened to it all!!!!
Posted by Lila Rajiva on 11/06/10 08:23 PM
From India Today:
"Obama's visit is historic in terms of logistics which is the largest ever for a visiting US president. The presidential entourage will have 40 aircraft, including the Air Force One that will ferry the president. There will be six armoured cars, including the Barack Mobile, a Cadillac.
The Cadillac limousine is equipped with a mini communication centre to enable Obama to be in touch with the White House, US vice president and the US strategic command. It also has the US nuke launch codes and the nuclear switch for the president. It can also withstand a chemical or germ warfare or even a bomb attack.
The secret service will set up two command posts in Delhi and Mumbai which will act as the communication nerve centres. These centres will keep an eye on each movement by the president with real time satellite monitoring.
Three Marine One choppers will be reassembled in India to ferry Obama and his family. These helicopters will also assist in evacuation in case of an emergency.
Moreover, 30 sniffer dogs will be put on service to boost the security arrangements during Obama's visit."
Posted by Lila Rajiva on 11/06/10 08:20 PM
Does anyone have any reliable information on the costs of the Obama trip?
The UK Daily Mail, quoted in Right Click to view link has this:
"President Obama's trip to India will cost the U.S. $200m-a-day, it was reported today.
The visit " part of a 10-trip to Asia " will take place amid unprecedented levels of security in the city of Mumbai, where terrorists killed at least 173 people two years ago.
Extreme measures to ensure the safety of President Obama will include the complete booking of the 570-room Taj Mahal Hotel for his security entourage.."
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Such costs as you are querying have been roundly denied by the Obama administration, the Pentagon, etc. There are plenty of articles denying it as a result. On the other hand, predictably, no one is releasing the real costs because of "security concerns." And we would assume the real costs are, well ... obscene.
Posted by Finn on 11/06/10 08:06 PM
6 November 2010 Last updated at 13:43 ET
US President Barack Obama has announced $10bn (£6.2bn) in new trade deals with India.
He was speaking in Mumbai at the start of a 10-day Asian tour designed to boost US exports and create jobs.
Obama also announced an easing of US export controls and rejected caricatures of India as a nation of "call centres."
The president said the relationship between the US and India was one of the "defining and indispensable partnerships of the 21st Century.
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Posted by Finn on 11/06/10 08:03 PM
Yes I watched it and that is very peculiar. Very.
I'm STILL listening to the Veritas interview. Longer than I thought it would be, my browser isn't showing any kind of progress bar. The web bot stuff is fascinating, the interview with Cliff is astounding. He makes many cogent points about the dollar and the economy.
When he talks about the power structures of TPTB, energies and frequencies and what not I just don't know what to do with that stuff. He's obviously very intelligent. He keeps his thoughts together and refutes obvious minutia. Talking about the moon...? Perhaps that would explain why China wants to go there. And then didn't.....
I'll look at the other sources you mentioned as well. Did you listen to that entire interview...? Particularly the second half?
Posted by Ryan on 11/06/10 07:52 PM
Remember when it was going to be a 'cakewalk' and look how it turned out? Now they're predicting 'all hell will break loose.'
Posted by Ryan on 11/06/10 07:51 PM
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The senator said that if the United States did attack Iran's navy and air force, Iran could retaliate with unconventional attacks on U.S. forces in Afghanistan and launch terrorist attacks in other parts of the world. "You can expect that," he said. "You can expect, for a period of time, all hell to break loose. You must have to almost plan for that. And weigh that against the idea of a nuclear-armed Iran and what that means to the future of the world."
Posted by Acudoc on 11/06/10 07:23 PM
It is becoming even more apparent to me that the heart of the dragon in so many arenas of the 21st century---the cord that ties it all together---is the fraudulent nature of the debt-based banking system. It is only a matter of time before that understanding catches hold among the masses, and when it does, change will happen very quickly, and possibly relatively peacefully.
The Daily Bell is on the cusp, promoting that understanding. What an interesting destiny your organization has ... I still await your interview with Jesus Huerta de Soto. Chop, chop! Get on it.
Posted by Tawny on 11/06/10 07:19 PM
Did you check out the Simpsons U Tube segment? Strange, huh? And chilling. In the comments on 'Bernanke's Squeeze,' here on the DB, I gave a list of books that I have found interesting/informative, and I forgot to include one, SECRET SOCIETIES AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE, by Michael Hoffman II, a really interesting book.
Another one I forgot to list is one I haven't yet finished, but I have listened to podcasts by the authors, brothers Phillip and Paul Collins, a couple of young scholars, book title is THE ASCENDENCY OF THE SCIENTIFIC DICTATORSHIP. They are Christian, btw " I don't have an anti-Christian bias, just don't share their religious views, but they do some good scholarship tracing the current seekers of global empire. (I do share their belief that there is a moral order to the human universe, and that it does matter how we treat one another, btw.)
Anyway, it does seem that secret societies have been involved in this thrust for global empire, certainly in the evolution of thinking to the 'scientific' view that people are just animals and it is OK to treat them as objects " and the Collins brothers do a good job of tracing the origins and development of the 'scientific dictatorship,' which sees 'lesser'(than themselves) human beings as just another kind of animal, and possessing no rights, etc.
These amoral elites are arrogant and see themselves as being so superior as to be almost a different species. Now those who take a moral view of it all would say that the superior ones have a duty to treat the less intelligent with respect, and try to nurture their intelligence and moral sense, but these 'men who would be king' as we know do not see it that way.
Anyway a related book is Hoffman's. To what extent Masonry is still an active force I do not know, but at any rate part of the Masonic formula seems to be 'the revelation of the method,' meaning that the elites not only are tricking and conning and exploiting and attempting wholly to enslave the rest of us (de facto), but part of the Masonic formula is to reveal what they are about to do/have done " the revelation of the method.
And they do seem to delight in waving all sorts of clues before us, and having us be just out to lunch like... well like Lady Gaga --- I think she and her name are kind of poking fun at how gaga we the sheeple are. (Quite possibly she is PROJECT MONARCH/MK ULTRA " product of trauma-based mind control.)
So anyway the Simpson incident with the 9-11 bus ticket cover and the symbolism in the fallen upside-down clock (9-11 upside down is 11-6) really does look suspiciously like another 'revelation of the method' and announcing what they are going to do before they do it. The U tube video shows clips from a coupld of other 'mindless entertainments' that also tell us what they are going to do before they do it.... Katrina (weather manipulation they can do) and the infamous 9-11.
Posted by Sean on 11/06/10 06:40 PM
India has vast private gold wealth often in the form of jewelry worn by females. This has also religious aspects. How many wives in the West would give up their wedding rings, engagement rings etc. if they were broke? Ans. very Click to view link has symbolic status more than financial status. Ditto for the Indians and anywhere else for that matter. (Last time I read that anyone made a "killing" in this was when Hannibal slew Romans and sent their nobility rings to Carthage).
So to the Wetern power elites there is untapped and unutilised gold money to be ripped off, er, I mean to be traded for their future prosperity.
Remember the Chinese males reverence for their hair in poney tails in the 18th-19th Centuries. It had both religious and cultural overtones. Well, the West got rid of that thinking.
It is said that England invented bureaucracy and India perfected it. Hell hath no fury like a bureaucrat scorned! The Indian bureaucracy is mammoth, byzantine and Click to view link is so overpowering that the Indian President had to form a special free enterprise opportunities target and acquisition firm that operates totally outside the bureaucrat system. Why? It will fail otherwise.
If the President had to resort to this how does anyone else fare?
If India is EVER to rise then it is India (free)Inc. Vs the Indian Bureaucracy. Good luck with that one.
It is the Wests best interest to continuously alter the divide and conquer strategy. So what if the Chinese and Indians start to improve their living standards? How are they going to feed everyone who wants and is capable of paying more? We, the West are the most efficient farmers on the globe. We have vast economies of scale and populations that are not agrarian. Never, ever forget the basics. If China is manufacturing and India is servicing, who are they going to trade with and what for? Food, medicine and energy and water technology to name a few.
Back to India. The Russian communists took down the USSR, the Chinese communists took down/rolled back the bureaucracy to engage in free enterprise. Both were from a command and control position. And the Indian bureaucracy will reform itself??? How??
Remember our power elite concept of exploitation. Divide and conquer and exploit the situation by selling materiels to both sides and financing both sides, The carpet bagger strategy. What you cannot control you adopt. Risk can be managed, uncertainty cannot.
So remember that the West produces most of the world's surplus food. We have 5 USA navies, all strategically positioned on global energy transport choke points (we rule the waves. See how far you can advance your economy without food or oil, regardless of what you yourself produce for trade exchange.
So if you want to see India advance, I suggest you look to Britain. Since the GFC rolled in we have been hearing about public sector windbacks both in funding and numbers. So far none of either. Watch what they do, not say.How many of Mr. Cameron's half a million bureaucratic retrenchments have gone ahead? Will go ahead?
Hell hath no fury like a bureacrat scorned. Et tu Miss India?
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Very interesting analysis. And your point is?