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Protest forbidden by Singh and India police.

Annivaji - we are with you

Anna Hazare protest against Singh and India police and public servant corruption.

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Annivaji — we are with you
Protest forbidden by Singh and India police.

Anna Hazare protest against Singh and India police and public servant corruption.

Photo: Reuters
Fighting the 'Divine Authority' of Singh, India police and public servant corruption
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Antibodies from women with infertility used in creation of GMO food
Antibodies from women with infertility, using genetic engineering techniques, has been inserted into genes of ordinary corn seeds used to produce corn plants
Thus producing a concealed contraceptive embedded in corn meant for human consumption.
“Essentially, the antibodies are attracted to surface receptors on the sperm.
They latch on and make each sperm so heavy it cannot move forward.”
Spermicides hidden in GMO corn provided to starving Third World populations through the generosity of the Gates’ foundation, Rockefeller Foundation and Kofi Annan’s AGRA are many and profound.
In India a bill was introduced to make it a crime to question the safety of GMOs (including in vaccines) — with prison terms attached.
GE-corn, GE-soy, GE-cotton seed oil, GE-canola, are in most processed foods in the US.
Antibodies from women with infertility used in creation of GMO food

Antibodies from women with infertility, using genetic engineering techniques, has been inserted into genes of ordinary corn seeds used to produce corn plants

Thus producing a concealed contraceptive embedded in corn meant for human consumption.

Essentially, the antibodies are attracted to surface receptors on the sperm.

They latch on and make each sperm so heavy it cannot move forward.

Spermicides hidden in GMO corn provided to starving Third World populations through the generosity of the Gates’ foundation, Rockefeller Foundation and Kofi Annan’s AGRA are many and profound.

In India a bill was introduced to make it a crime to question the safety of GMOs (including in vaccines) — with prison terms attached.

GE-corn, GE-soy, GE-cotton seed oil, GE-canola, are in most processed foods in the US.

The world set great hopes in Manmohan Singh, thinking that a man of such great intellect would see beyond the bullshit of this great psycho-drama and commit the Indian people to a path of enlightenment for humanity.
But the baby blue turban must have hidden nothing new, nothing beyond the usual soulless politician!
Note from Kewe:
The article on India with regard to Afghanistan linked below is written by Shanthie Mariet D’souza who like so many has a Western/Big Power point of view and is unable to get outside the box of Illuminati brainwashing!
That is obvious by the writer trying to make sense of the comment: 'The overarching goal is to prevent the return of the Taliban to any position of influence in Afghanistan.'
As stupid a notion as the original Russian invasion goals, and the later US/Europe deadly decade-long attacks.
Yes!   India could send its millions up their to conquer!
So could China!
Russia having tried it once is not likely to try it again!
All that the conquering would accomplish would be to place a hold on the outcome, perhaps a few years, perhaps less.
Afghanistan belongs to the Afghanistan people!
It is not to the West, nor the South-East, nor the East, nor Russia to determine how Afghanistan rules itself.
Left alone, Afghanistan and surrounding areas might split into lesser factions!
Afghanistan with Pakistan returning to the ethnic reality established centuries previous, finally ridding the area of the British colonial influence!
Farmer killed by occupying US soldiers
So might the misplaced entities known as India and China, the US, and that now being called European Union — devolution back into lesser states is a magnificent option!
Lesser means people control, not Illuminati cabals who exercise their power over all!
It is to those people who live within these smaller regional state and ethnic borders to decide upon their life and how it is lived, not the larger encompassing Illuminati-created entities with their world-wide corporations, entities that are so bent on destroying all that is of value on the planet.
Such an outcome of devolution and human take-back of power would certainly expedite the admittance of Earth's human and other life to the Greater Galaxy and its councils: bringing protection from off-planet rogue elements that ally with those who presently control and manipulate most all upon Earth!
Indeed the Greater Galaxy and its councils would so welcome and help this new Earth and its advancing consciousness!
India'a plan
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'They' want your subconscious to recognize that eating and drinking your child is acceptable!
Aborted fetal cells used in research of flavor enhancers
Senomyx website:
“Using isolated human taste receptors we created proprietary taste receptor-based assay systems that provide a biochemical or electronic readout when a flavor ingredient interacts with the receptor.”
Debi Vinnedge, President for CGL, watch dog group monitoring use of aborted fetal material in medical products and cosmetics:
“What they do not tell the public is that they are using HEK 293 — human embryonic kidney cells taken from an electively aborted baby to produce those receptors.”
Comment from Kewe:
Those running the planet redoing Atlantis.
But that shouldn't stop the feeling of DISGUST and REPULSION!
Remember when next you pick up a food/drink product to buy!
Look at the labeling of ingredients — NATURAL FLAVORINGS.
It could mean the product comes from research to get flavor enhancers from human fetal cells!
(and do your body some good)
America's Role in the Kashmir Crisis: India and Pakistan are Chained to Washington
by James Gundun
India police attack mourners
during funeral procession
      Srinagar Kasmir
Mounting unrest in Kashmir and the drivers behind it can appear endlessly complex.
Simplification is needed for that reason alone, yet the conflict also breaks down naturally.
The vast roots that disrupt Kashmir and Jammu were bundled together on July 8th by India’s Cabinet Committee on Security when it backed a “maximum crackdown” in Srinagar, the regional capital.
Omar Abdullah, chief minister of Kashmir and Jammu, argued, "I had to put a stop to this cycle of violence,” a futile fallacy.
Maximum protests ensued giving way to renewed violence and casualties.
Nine months ago Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, chairman of Kashmir’s leading political bloc, the All Parties Hurriyat Conference, allegedly met with Indian Home Minister P. Chidambaram in New Delhi to re-ignite the peace process.
People have lost faith with India protests of withdrawal and end of Kashmir occupation
Now he tells reporters from under house arrest:
“People have lost faith. The constituency of peace is shrinking day by day... The peace process is in tatters.”
For this reason, ostensibly, India and Pakistan attempted to rekindle their strategic dialogue with foreign ministry level talks.
Abdullah succinctly outlined the basic politics of Kashmir:
"Whatever happens between India and Pakistan has a direct impact on Jammu and Kashmir. When relations improve, we see the benefits. After the Mumbai attacks, that was snatched away from us.”
But emergency negotiations are a double-edged sword; the same conditions that make them necessary also tear them apart.
Police hold bricks to throw back at demonstrators
Warn people not to participate in pro-independence protest
      Srinagar Kasmir
Pakistan and India are too cool to each-other to make headway on Kashmir or Mumbai, and talks quickly stalled as each side’s media ravaged the other.
By the time Indian Foreign Minister S.M. Krishna told reporters “I am hopeful” while leaving for his first meeting with Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, the two states were already engaged in a literal rock fight.
Attempts at marginalizing kashmir people's desire for freedom and end of India occupation falling on death ears
India claims that Pakistan is funding stone-throwing, the new form of protests in Kashmir.
Pakistan has denied the charges, but on top of sympathy to Muslim Kashmiris, the low-cost strategy yields a high degree of pressure on India to engage Kashmir’s status.
Muddying the waters further, Pakistan’s higher cost strategy was thrown onto the table on the eve of negotiations.
US CIA major involvement and funding of Mumbai bombing and Pakistan and Afghanistan bombings
Allegations that Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) had funded the Mumbai operation are nothing new, but G.K Pillai, India's home secretary, kicked off the talks by revealing, "They [ISI] were literally controlling and coordinating it from the beginning until the end."
India imposed indefinite curfew to prevent rally against India occupation of Kashmir
India occupation paramilitary soldiers on deserted streets
      Srinagar Kasmir
Pakistan, in turn, accuses India’s intelligence agency, RAW, of provoking unrest in Balochistan as a countermeasure to Islamabad’s proxy militants in Kashmir, adding yet another hot-spot to the cauldron.
Hypersensitive to Balochistan accusations, India preemptively rejected blame for the recent murder of Habib Jalib Baloch, secretary general of the Balochistan National Party.
Necessary as de-escalation is between Pakistan and India, these were no negotiations but an emergency call to put out a live fire.
Islamabad reportedly demands that Kashmir serve as the focus point of the strategic dialogue, considering its limbo status the root of discord, while New Dehli won’t engage any other issue until Mumbai is resolved.
Both India and Pakistan chained by US black budget operations
Both cling to valid points obscured by their sins, creating the stalemate that presently exists.
"It is time for India and Pakistan to pursue the peace process, to put the peace process back on track," S.M. Krishna said. "We are handcuffed by history and chained by the future.”
India occupation police kill one person and wound two
Teenager killed by India occupation paramilitary soldiers
      Srinagar Kasmir
But they’re chained by Washington too.
It’s easy to blame both sides in Kashmir, and especially easy to blame America for trouble in Asia.
The blame is earned in this case though and can be expressed in fundamental terms.
A deadlock between two parties usually entails an arbitrator, but America as that arbitrator wants everything stacked its own way: silence on Kashmir and cooperation from Pakistan in Afghanistan.
Naturally this course is pursued as ideal for US interests, but until the equation changes it will keep working against regional stability.
Kashmir may be the key to unlocking South Asia.
For now it jams the system in silence, disturbed only by the violent rhythm between India security forces and Kashmiris that occasionally spills into the international media.
US envoy Richard Holbrooke, arguably Washington’s toughest diplomat, is afraid to mention to word “Kashmir” in fear of aggravating India — and pushing it towards Russia or China.
Shout for freedom from India occupation
Curfew extended as protest of India occupation continues
      Srinagar Kasmir
With the status quo favoring the heavyweight India, Pakistan lacks the power to challenge directly for Kashmir and resorts to proxy warfare.
The combination ignites the streets and relations between the two states, leading to competition and potential destabilization in Afghanistan.
Apparently America cannot have it all in South Asia.
It cannot cry foul of Pakistan’s support for Kashmir militant groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM), link them to Afghanistan, then refuse to speak the word Kashmir in public.
The Kashmiri American Council has taken to petitioning President Barack Obama to address the crisis.
Kashmir affects Afghanistan
There’s no doubt that Kashmir affects Afghanistan, and yet while the White House hails its “civilian surge” in Afghanistan, Kashmir’s streets are filled with stones, rage, and blood.
"This is a generation that is totally disillusioned with India's approach to Kashmir," Farooq warns.
"They have aspirations and they're aware of what's happening in the world - in Palestine, Iran, Afghanistan. Today they are throwing stones. But if this continues, tomorrow they'll take up the gun."
It’s not surprising that Obama dropped Kashmir from his vocabulary after taking office when he raised the issue two days before election day, but the loss of time is tragic nonetheless and must be rectified as soon as possible.
Stand against India occupation shouts freedom
Teenager killed by India occupation paramilitary soldiers
      Srinagar Kasmir
Having arrived in Pakistan in transit to Afghanistan, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s weightiest action may have been phone calls to the Indian and Pakistani Foreign Ministries, admonishing them for their public feud and urging “side-line talks” at Kabul’s upcoming conference.
Yet this act, seemingly important as it is, falls short of Kashmir’s demands and merely protracts its crisis.
Washington guides India and Pakistan’s strategic dialogue from behind the curtains, trying to keep the two in line and from colliding, but it never brings them into line either.
Hence they stay parallel and mired in the status quo.
All issues aside, America still appears the best mediator to Kashmir’s conflict given its relationship with both states.
But if Clinton leaves the region without broaching Kashmir and if Obama stays silent as Srinagar intensifies, the time will ripen for international mediation.
That seems to be where Farooq is headed.
Kashmir same as occupied Palestine including occupied Israel territories
Kashmir does emulate Palestine in many ways: two deadlocked states, one occupier and one guerrilla, tied together and disrupted by America’s bias, waging a low-intensity conflict with regional implications and no end in sight.
Srinagar as Gaza.
Even India’s lobby is beginning to rival Israel’s, and hampering US actions accordingly.
Now, just like Palestinians and Arabs have grown impatient with Washington and are taking their cause to the UN, Farooq recently wrote to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon:
“It is high time when the UN should adopt a proactive course of diplomatic maneuver to compel India, while taking genuine Kashmiri leadership on board, to initiate talks for the settlement of the conflict."
And it may be the only way to pry America’s silent grip off Kashmir’s neck.
James Gundun
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Let the real experts tell us the real story about where oil and gas really come from.
Within the mantle, carbon may exist as hydrocarbon molecules, chiefly methane, and as elemental carbon, carbon dioxide and carbonates.
The abiotic hypothesis is that a full suite of hydrocarbons found in petroleum can be generated in the mantle by abiogenic processes.
And these hydrocarbons can migrate out of the mantle into the crust until they escape to the surface.
Or are trapped by impermeable strata, forming petroleum reservoirs.
The Illuminati —
manipulation of oil energy resources
world rich elite taking advantage
The attempted general strike in India
July 7 2010
International Banks taking money from the poor to give to the rich
I've not read in detail the issues around the Bandh in India, but put simply it goes something like this:
The Congress led government says there has to be fuel price hikes, since the subsidy for fuel is insufficient to keep pace with rising demand.
The government has ear marked about 3,000 crore ($638 million) to subsidize petrol, diesel, kerosene and LPG.
Whilst the actual demand for such products in India will reach 98,000 crore ($20 billion). 
HT Karan Thapar
The Opposition ranging from the far-left to the far right however state that this is all rubbish, and that price hikes are not necessary, and are only taking place due to the incompetence and mismanagement of the government.
Who's right?   Who is wrong?  What policies should be implemented for long term amelioration of the problem?
My Masters in International Law at Warwick University 14 years ago focused on India, its corruption, human rights commission, environmental policies and its macro-economic policies around IMF implemented Structural Adjustment Programs SAP — which in American street slang means looser — and since then I have taken a casual if somewhat superficial interest in India's economic development.
One really
ought to read Greg Pallast in relation to this issue, and his acute analysis of how the IMF/WB through their implementation of austerity policies defacto exploit and loot the wealth of Third World nations and facilitate the long term asset stripping and resourcing stealing of such unfortunate countries through the manipulation of a narrow corrupt elite placed into power by the USA and its various Democracy Programs, to serve the interests of the International Banking community.
You might say what has the 'market' reality of the price of oil at $80 a barrel got to do with the IMF/WB.
Quite a lot if you look at the whole Capitalist Western system which is rigged to exploit the masses and especially vulnerable Third Word nations in favor of the few, again in the West.
Otherwise known as Neo-colonialism
Neo-liberalism, Globalization, Monetarism and Deregulation all sounded so great when they are expounded enthusiastically from the early 1980's, by the USA and their well funded fronts in academia and the global media as a globalist International Banker policy.
But the actual reality is that such policies haven't worked for many countries.
In the case of Russia and Argentina specifically when teams of neo-liberal advisers from American Think Tanks arrived to manage these two countries, the result were unmitigated disasters, which Argentina and Russia are still barely recovering from.
Within America itself now there are many economic problems which are all compounded by rising unemployment, and a national debt which is greater than the national economy.
China is in a position to decide America's economic future... and not the Federal Reserve.
In India there is this general talk of 'development' but the reality is that many Indians still live in abject poverty.
840 million Indians still live on 20 rupees a day, and one meal of rice a day.
On the other hand India has 55 billionaires and is host to the second richest man on earth with a $100 billion personal fortune.
He is contemplating and constructing a $2 billion Penthouse.
The richest man on earth hails from Mexico, but let us not discuss the problems of that backyard American colony and its multiple challenges at all levels.
Indian police acting as tools of the elite stop demonstrators
International Banks taking money from the poor to give to the rich
I cannot honestly believe that you can morally call national development that which leaves behind and neglects the vast majority of ordinary Indians basic needs:
Anglicised elite of India lording it up in London, NY and heaven knows where with looted assets
The neo-colonial Anglicised elite of India who have looted and denied real across the board development of the masses in South Asia can hardly ask the masses NOW to be the first shock troops in line to make more sacrifices on the meager basics of food and fuel.
Whilst the Anglicised Indian elite lord it up in London, NY and heaven knows where else with their secret off shore accounts with looted Indian assets worth up to $1,500 billion.
International Banker policies taking money from the poor to give to the rich
There is absolutely no paradox that such neo-liberal International Banker policies should be implemented by a 'leftie" party with secularism as its foundation.
Congress as the 'Liberation" Party went seriously downhill under Indira Gandhi when she became the first dynasty entitled leader of the Party.
PM ManMohan Singh the neta was recruited as an agent of the International Bankers over 20 years ago, and with his nicey smile, and geriatric manners, he has been slowly implementing their policies in India...
The International Bankers learnt their lesson in Russia and Argentina; you can't implement such policies suddenly in such a complex country as India, otherwise you are courting disaster.
Backing sardarji is the Italian mafia sinisterly operating in the background, in the guise of illiterate Sonia a former au pair, who is hoping her son the playboy Rahul becomes the next Raja of India.
This is all a comical farce... a Priyadarshan movie.
No wait its real life.
Oil is not a fossil fuel.
The Russian scientist who originally theorised that oil was created by decomposing dinosaurs in the 18th century was wrong, when Russian scientists under Stalin 200 years later discovered that oil was a NATURAL occurring MINERAL produced by earth, and thus without limits, enough for everybody into infinity, and so long as the earths core does not freeze, like Mars.
In theory oil can be a free commodity, after governments have paid for refining, storage and transport costs, but it isn't.
The industry is dominated by a few Western companies based in the USA, France, UK/Holland.
They as private Capitalist companies think only in terms of profit, and the commodity market for oil is dominated by financial cartels in NY, Rotterdam, London and Germany.
This cartel artificially keeps the price of oil high at $80 a barrel, but at one time went as high as $150 a barrel.
There is no justification for this.
Such prices hurt the poor, and poor nations, and poor nations development.
India can protect itself from this Western fix and market rigging by:
By investing in nuclear power which uses local fuels
Wind/solar/wave power
Hydrogen power
further exploitation of India's vast coal reserves... without being hemmed in by Climate Change hogwash policies
AND finally investing heavily in oil and gas exploration within India and off shore, as well as sources in the near far countries such as Myanmar, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran
Communist party of India (Marxist) Andhra Pradesh state secretary B V Raghavulu being taken by India police acting as tools of the elite
International Banks taking money from all
The alternatives sources of power mentioned above will take time to be fully utilised, and thus oil and gas into eternity because of its nature will still be an essential source of energy for all nations.
India is rich
Its actual economy measured by PPP is around $3600 - 3800 billion; the fourth richest nation on earth, and which will become the third richest in just a few years.
India has money and India has resources.
The Indian government frequently spends billions on worthless foreign defense equipment... billions... billions... billions, when focus should be made on domestic production of defense equipment, even if its substandard.
This practice carries on by all parties because it makes certain politicians, netas, senior military officers and arms middlemen in India rich, and they deposit the money in off shore accounts (Indira Gandhi and her family have been implicated, as have others)
Now imagine this elite putting the same amount of effort into securing India's gas & oil needs, by investing the necessary funds and implementing the necessary policies to make India self sufficient in gas and oil.
BUT they won't as International banker pawns.
For them what is more important is to plug in India into the International Banker policies, and global economy.
What is 3,000 crore fuel subsidy by the government?
0.05% of GDP ($638 million) of the official Indian economy of $1300 billion.
According to Karan Thapar this subsidy bill will rise to 98,000 crore or $20 billion in this financial year which the Indian government allegedly can't sustain.
Unfortunately this subsidy bill is seen as a COST, a burden on the state, rather than seeing it as another indicator of the India's economic rise, and booming economy...
Luxury new airport
— taking from poor to give to rich
$2 billion penthouse
Like the Ambani building his $2 billion penthouse.
Shobha De bragging on about her latest foray into a luxury hotel in India and outside.
Or India spending $10 billion or is it going to be eventually $20 billion on a 4th generation jet fighters whose technology will soon be out of date, from a foreign country.
Seeing fuel subsidy for the masses as a COST and burden which the government can't pay for is a neo-liberal alien Western concept.
$20 Billion or 98,000 crore estimated fuel subsidy bill this year is still 0.5% of the real Indian economy as measured by PPP of $3600 - 3800 billion.
The Indian Budget of $200 billion is woefully too small.
Only 15% of the official GDP... a neo-liberal paradise.
The government thus must find serious strategies to increase the budget to GDP ratio from the current 15% to at least 25% of GDP, through an effective new tax regime.
Then in such a prosperous confident India governments won't feel mean spirited about spending a paltry 1% on fuel subsidy.
Subsidies are the only way, in the complete absence of a SOCIAL SECURITY SYSTEM to give a little help to the masses... Bakshish.
Thus I support annual subsidised national healthcare to the tune of 4-5% of GDP.
Indira Gandhi new airport
— elite taking money from all
I support annual subsidised national education for all up to the age of 16, spending 6% of GDP on education.
I support annual subsidised national development and infrastructure investment to the tune of 10% of GDP.
I support annual subsidised agricultural policies to the tune of 3% of GDP.
I support annual subsidised fuel to the tune of 1% of GDP, at least.
These can only be achieved by governments who accept that in power and in government they have a moral duty to uplift the masses beyond paying lip service to their needs, whilst privately pursuing neo-liberal banana republic policies which slowly steals even the meager basics of the masses, such as food and fuel.
Is a Bandh an effective response to the International Bankers programs in India?
I think Bandh's of a sort played a certain role in India's eventual liberation.
Bandh's are a non-violent and effective pure representation and affirmation of popular public opinion.
Public opinion, beyond the misrepresentation presented by the 'official' media seems to be broadly supportive of the bandh against general price rises.
Thus bandh starkly brings home the message to the government about the publics discontent about certain key areas.
ON THE OTHER HAND......bandh should not be the default option for ALL protests against governments, and thus should be used sparingly.
School boy plays with football outside school in Mumbai
— taking from poor to give to rich
One notes in failed state Bangladesh, managed by the UK and USA, hartal's (bandh's) were a common feature of everyday life.
Unfortunately such action resulted in the loss of 30% of GDP by some estimates... but my personal experience was that everybody loved them.
Relatives of mine working for the government as civil servants didn't have to go to work, even though they were being paid.
A kind of impromtu 'holiday' where the 'tash' were brought out and a general worthless adda carried on whilst the real economy suffered.
In India hartals or bandh's for short spurts are perfectly legitimate, especially for the private non-government sector, BUT not to the point where it results in causing national Hari-Kiri, and significant losses in production in relation to GDP.
Below 1% GDP losses is OK.
Of course if such action is extremely effective who is to say the government in power, later in opposition aren't tempted to use the very same tactic against the new government, and a vicious cycle sets in.
Finally on this point if one
has read Grag Pallast's incisive article about IMF riots:
At this point, the IMF drags the gasping nation to Step Three: Market-Based Pricing, a fancy term for raising prices on food, water and cooking gas.
This leads, predictably, to Step-Three-and-a-Half: what Stiglitz calls, '
The IMF riot.'
The IMF riot is painfully predictable.
When a nation is, "down and out, [the IMF] takes advantage and squeezes the last pound of blood out of them.
They turn up the heat until, finally, the whole cauldron blows up," as when the IMF eliminated food and fuel subsidies for the poor in Indonesia in 1998.
Indonesia exploded into riots, but there are other examples - the Bolivian riots over water prices last year and this February, the riots in Ecuador over the rise in cooking gas prices imposed by the World Bank.
You'd almost get the impression that the riot is written into the plan.
And it is.
What Stiglitz did not know is that, while in the States, BBC and The Observer obtained several documents from inside the World Bank, stamped over with those pesky warnings, 'confidential,' 'restricted,' 'not to be disclosed.'"
Grag Pallast: The Globalizer Who Came In From the Cold — click here
In India nobody is suggesting that the far right and left are working with the IMF in organising the bandh, or that food and fuel riots have actually occurred.
Boy from a trackside shanty town sells snacks
— rich elite incessant stealing from all
The bandh was peaceful, well organised and had a limited start date and finish.
However if the bandh becomes the main and only tool for the opposition to score points against Congress, then their actions can be termed as self defeating IMF instigated riots or the like, even if they are actually not because the end result will be the same.
Indian economy — click here
To translate:
Alta Vista Babel
Mostaque Ali has been under state surveillance and covert harassment in the UK since 1985, by MI-5 and their gullible friends where ever they are found, and overt harassment with surveillance since march of 1996, when he submitted his final year law degree dissertation, 'The relationship between the state, the security services and the law'.
MOSTAQUE ALI blog — click here
India 2017
India Illuminati policy — no cash banks
Fears Grow for India’s Cash-Based Economy as the Effects of Modi’s Ban Begin to Ripple
The 35-year-old mother of four set herself on fire on Nov. 20 last year.
She died two weeks later. She told reporters she did it because her children hadn’t eaten for three days.
       Sheep and cashless banks.      
       Washington Secretly Behind Cash Ban In India       
     Death of a cashless woman in India      
     Razia’s was one of the scores of deaths — Narendra Modi’s decision to scrap high-value bank notes      
India 2014 — Corporate — State corruption
Withdrawing support from the poor to subsidizing elite
A staggering USD 123 billion was lost in the last decade which is 30 times the amount New Delhi spent on social services like health care and education last year
Forced into criminality by a system of governance built on dishonesty, exploitation and greed
Over 75 per cent of slum dwellers report having paid a bribe to secure basic necessities such as kerosene or medical care.
While India’s billionaires wallow in complacent luxury, two-thirds of the population live in dire poverty, almost half the nation’s children suffer from malnutrition and tens of millions, mainly Adivasi and Dalit people have been displaced by mining and infrastructure projects
India 2012
Vandana Shiva — Globalization project is creation of corporate states
Rural India — The Deadly Gambles of Farming
Oxam America: Free Trade Agreement Bad Deal for Poor Countries
WASHINGTON — April 20, 2005 — International agency Oxfam called on U.S. Members of Congress today to reject the Free Trade Agreement between the United States and Central American countries and the Dominican Republic (DR-CAFTA.)
Oxfam believes that the agreement, in its current form, will do more harm than good and will endanger the livelihood of thousands of small farmers who already live in poverty.
Oxfam joined numerous other non-governmental organizations and Members of Congress from both sides of the aisle at a press conference today, calling for the rejection of DR-CAFTA.
The trade agreement is under consideration by both the House and the Senate and is expected to come up for a vote in the U.S. Congress before the end of May.
"Fair trade rules and practices have the potential to lift millions of people out of poverty, as trade and development are intimately linked," said Stephanie Weinberg, Trade Policy Advisor at Oxfam.
"But DR-CAFTA will only hurt these countries as it puts the needs of U.S. agribusiness, pharmaceutical companies and foreign investors above the basic needs of citizens in the region."
The U.S. trading partners in the DR-CAFTA region, with a population of 42.5 million, are the poorest countries in the hemisphere and have unequal distributions of income and wealth.
They depend heavily on agriculture for the livelihood of significant portions of their populations.
These countries are ravaged by curable diseases due to poverty and inadequate health- care coverage.
They sorely lack public infrastructure and, in several cases, are highly indebted.
Highly unequal societies,
"Those who stand to lose in the DR-CAFTA are the ones who are already disadvantaged in these highly unequal societies, where the majority of poor people live in rural areas, rely on income from agriculture and must pay for medicines out-of-pocket," continued Weinberg.
"Instead of establishing fair and equitable rules for trade, the agreement will institutionalize an uneven playing field."
Dumping of US rice
The regional trade agreement will require these developing countries to open their markets to dumping of US rice and other commodities and forbid use of adequate safeguards to ensure food and livelihood security and rural development.
Monopoly held by brand-name pharmaceuticals
DR-CAFTA imposes strict new rules that extend the monopoly held by brand-name pharmaceuticals, which will limit generic competition and reduce access to affordable medicines in the future.
Special rights and privileges to foreign investors
The trade agreement provides special rights and privileges to foreign investors that can create major new liabilities to governments and undermine efforts to protect public health, the environment, and workplace safety.
U.S. farmers receive extensive subsidies
DR-CAFTA also blatantly ignores the fact that U.S. farmers receive extensive subsidies and domestic supports, estimated to be around $18 billion this year alone.
"DR-CAFTA is a bad deal for millions of farmers, workers, and consumers in Central America and the Dominican Republic and should therefore be rejected," added Weinberg.
"Instead of pushing through bad deals like DR-CAFTA, the US should invest in the WTO and the Doha Round, as that is the best path to build a rules-based trade system that provides more opportunity and stability for both the U.S. and developing countries."

EDITOR'S NOTE: Oxfam's written testimony before the US House Committee on Ways and Means on the Implementation of the DR-CAFTA can be found on Oxfam's Web site at:
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“I had a Sunday dinner a few weeks ago at the house of my dad’s and stepmom’s neighbors.
The man and woman of the house are in their 60’s and both proud liberals.
The man said he was a ‘Berkley liberal.’ He supports Hillary, she supports Bernie Sanders.
Towards the end of the dinner he expressed the opinion that a few nuke bombs on some of the major cities in Iraq would be a good idea.
Previous to that, he defended the dropping of nuke bombs on Japan.
The guy’s wife, the Bernie supporter, added something about the barbarous tribal nature of Iraqi society.
She quoted Deepak Chopra on the [evil] nature of Mohamed.
Their son is a fighter pilot who is thinking about joining the top gun program.
He is gay but is too scared to come out to his work colleagues.”
Bi-Polar Disorder: Obama’s Bait-and-Switch Environmental Politics — click here
P.S. from Kewe to the above article written by Paul Street.
I accept the sun is a much greater factor in global weather than human-made activity.
That it is possible climate change will become a bigger problem but also more probable the sun is presently taking us into a mini-cold period.
That the increase in human-made carbon dioxide combined in the stratosphere with other Earth-releasing-of-warmth blocking chemicals is causing a wave of new tree/plant growth in areas not seen for many millennium.
That seeding of the clouds being done by NATO with its toxic compounds is completely destructive to the soil, seas and inland waters beneath, and many vulnerable humans and varied life, and that the politicians responsible for this NATO destructive activity should be held accountable for such as being enemies of Earth's eco-structure and livability.
From the video 'Holes in Heaven' — Brooks Agnew, Earth Tornographer
In 1983 I did radio tornography with 30 watts looking for oil in the ground.
I found 26 oil wells over a nine state area.
100 hundred percent of the time was accurate, which is just 30 watts of power beaming straight into solid rock.
HAARP uses a billion watts beamed straight into the ionosphere for experiments.
Picture these strings on the piano as layers of the Earth, each one has its own frequency.
What we used to do is beam radio waves into the ground and it would vibrate any 'strings' that were present in the ground.
We might get a sound back like ___ and we would say, that's natural gas.
We might get a sound back like ____ and we'd say that's crude oil.
We were able to identify each frequency.
We accomplished this with just 30 watts of radio power.
If you do this with a billion watts the vibrations are so violent that the entire piano would shake.
In fact the whole house would shake.
In fact the vibrations could be so severe under ground they could even cause an earthquake.
Download or watch movie on HAARP — Advanced US Military research weapon on behaviour modification
weather change, ionesphere manipulation — click here
Download or watch audio of Dr. Nick Begich talking on HAARP
— The 2006 update to 'Angels Don't Play This HAARP'.
'Angels Still Don't Play This HAARP: Advances In Tesla Technology'.
Planet Earth Weapon by Rosalie Bertell
ozone, HAARP, chemtrails, space war — click here
What HAARP Is.. And Everything Its Used For
Full HAARP Documentary — click here
Angels Dont Play This HAARP weather manipulation
1 hour 36 minutes video — click here
(poor quality to watch but well worth listening)
Dr. Nick Begich, his book and his articles can be found here      
Article on Chemtrails — unusual cloud formations in the US.
      Torture and Bush — White House legal architect Yoo on       

US soldiers committing suicide Afghanistan Iraq — Most Recent
Psychologist Pete Linnerooth was one of three who were part of a mental health crew in charge of the US 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division in the Baghdad area of Iraq.   Pete Linnerooth committed suicide by turning a gun upon himself in January of 2013
Veterans kill themselves at a rate of one every 80 minutes.   More than 6,500 veteran suicides are logged every year — more than the total number of soldiers killed in Afghanistan and Iraq combined since those wars began.
Mary Coghill Kirkland said she asked her son, 21-year-old Army Spc. Derrick Kirkland, what was wrong as soon as he came back from his first deployment to Iraq in 2008.   He had a ready answer: "Mom, I'm a murderer."
A military base on the brink
As police agents watched he shot himself in the head
Murders, fights, robberies, domestic violence, drunk driving, drug overdoses
US soldiers committing suicide Afghanistan Iraq II
U.S. Soldier Killed Herself After Objecting to Interrogation Techniques
Private Gary Boswell, 20, from Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, was found hanging in a playground in July
She is Jeanne "Linda" Michel, a Navy medic.   She came home last month to her husband and three kids ages 11, 5, and 4, delighted to be back in her suburban home of Clifton Park in upstate New York.   Two weeks after she got home, she shot and killed herself.
Peterson refused to participate in the torture after only two nights working in the unit known as the cage
     United States Numb to Iraq Troop Deaths       
     All papers relating to the interrogations have been destroyed     
      We stripped them and were supposed to mock them and degrade their manhood     
US soldiers committing suicide Iraq Vietnam
The Iraq War — complete listing of articles, includes images
The House of Saud and Bush
       All with U.S. Money:       
       US and Israel War Crimes       
All with U.S. Money:

Israel agents stole identity of New Zealand cerebral palsy victim.

(       July 15, 2004)       The Foreign Ministry will take steps towards restoring relations with New Zealand.   New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark today announced she was implementing diplomatic sanctions after two Israelis were sentenced on charges of attempting to obtain illegal passports.   Despite Israeli refusal to respond to the accusations, the two are labeled in the New Zealand media as Mossad agents acting on behalf of the Israeli intelligence community.

Foreign Ministry officials stated they will do everything possible to renew diplomatic ties, expressing sorrow over the "unfortunate incident".
Projected mortality rate of Sudan refugee starvation deaths — Darfur pictures
Suicide now top killer of Israeli soldiers
Atrocities files — graphic images
'Suicide bombings,' the angel said, 'and beheadings.'

'And the others that have all the power — they fly missiles in the sky.

They don't even look at the people they kill.'
       The real Ronald Reagan       
       — Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador, South Africa        
Follow the torture trail...
       Photos August 2004
        When you talk with God        
         were you also spending your time, money and energy, killing people?         
       Are they now alive or dead?       
       Photos July 2004
US Debt
       Photos June 2004
Lest we forget — Ahmed and Asma, story of two children dying
       Photos May 2004
American military: Abu Gharib (Ghraib) prison photos, humiliation and torture
— London Daily Mirror article: non-sexually explicit pictures
       Photos April 2004
The celebration of Jerusalem day, the US missiles that rained onto children in Gaza,
and, a gathering of top articles over the past nine months
       Photos March 2004
The Iraq War — complete listing of articles, includes images
       Photos February 2004
US missiles — US money — and Palestine
       Photos January 2004
Ethnic cleansing in the Beduin desert
       Photos December 2003
Shirin Ebadi Nobel Peace Prize winner 2003
       Photos November 2003
Atrocities — graphic images...
       Photos October 2003
       Photos September 2003
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