India and the Elites Agenda
We will begin in 3400 BC when opium was cultivated in Southwest Asia. Sumerians was the name the elite tribe went by at this time also known as Pannonians. Illyrians. Draco. Damatian. Naphtali and more. They called opium Hul Gil. which means “joy plant”. Its cultivation spread along the Silk Road: the routes from the Mediterranean. Turkey. Greece. Asia and finally to China. The Elite’s changed their names as often as their camping locations within their borders. They are restless people. They continued in their trade of opium as well as oil with the Asher-Kedar tribes in Egypt and beyond as they were and still are their best sources of wealth. They traded and shipped their opium out of is what we now call the Golden Triangle (which is still the same opium business. same routine. same profit today). The Golden Triangle produces an unmeasurable amount of opium. Most of what is grown and harvested is never distributed. Simply put. there is too much opium to go around. The average Golden Triangle manager makes $5 Billion per year. This is one fifth of sales income. Think about that a moment. Owned by the British Crown Colony (now London). Hong Kong is still the main money-transfer station with banks and organizations including Jardine Matheson. Charterhouse Japhet. Swire.
But back to BC. The Indus Valley civilization in India was at its peak during 2300-1700 BC, but was around long before that. Occupying the entire area of India and portions of Pakistan. The only explanation why the civilization was lost according to archaeologists and historians state a massive flood. Though as usual scientists rather explain that there is no explanation since they are not allowed by the elite to acknowledge the existence of a floor. They explain it as such: Tectonic plates were thrust upwards allowing water and flooding to take place. Before the civilization was erased most every ancient civilization has the same excuse for disappearing. But before it died. like most. it was a highly advanced culture with a language that is still being decoded. Sir John Marshall states that the wheeled vehicle seems to have originated in central Asia. This as we have exposed before in our documents was where the tribes of the elite were centered before they grew and split and spread.
After this civilization was wiped out by catastrophe. The Aryans came from central Asia and entered India through Afghanistan after 1500 BC. Mostly a farming and nomadic culture. by 600 BC the land was highly cultivated also growing newly introduced rice. The Aryan tribes became priests and rulers and so the class system began. Also named caste system by the Portugese. this is a segregation system based on bloodline. There are 3.000 castes and 25.000 subcastes in India. each related to a specific occupation. Caste not only dictates one’s occupation. but dietary habits and interaction with members of other castes as well. The third eye dot one typically associates with Indian women comes from this as well. The husband of the woman would force the jewel of his station into her forehead with his fist as a permanent piercing on their wedding day. This labeled her as property and identified which class she was in. The peasants have always been taxed and persecuted in order to support the lavish lifestyle of luxury for the nobles and elites.
The caste system in India is an important part of ancient Hindu tradition and dates back to 1200 BC. The term caste was first used by Portuguese travelers who came to India in the 16th century. Caste comes from the Spanish and Portuguese word “casta” which means “race”. “breed”. or “lineage”. Many Indians use the term “jati”. These different castes fall under four basic varnas:
1.) Brahmins–priests & teachers
2.) Kshatryas–warriors & rulers
3.) Vaishyas— farmers. traders & merchants
Hinduism was the main religion in the area. This focuses on the worship of the cow. As we have discussed many times before, the horned animal represents Lucifer. The Hindu belief is one of karma, which is a yin yang effect. The center of the Hegelian dialectic which the elite still use to control us all today: Action. Effect. Fate. Problem. Reaction. Solution. The reincarnation idea called rebirth, a soul leaving the body and infecting another host. This happens in every occult teaching and is possession.
In Hinduism there exists four castes arranged in a hierarchy. Anyone who does not belong to one of these castes is an outcast. The religious word for caste is ‘Varna’. Each Varna has certain duties and rights. Each Varna members have to work in certain occupation which only that Varna members are allowed. Each Varna has certain type of diet. The highest Varna is of the Brahman. Members of this class are priests and the educated people of the society. The Varna after them in hierarchy is Kshatria. The members of this class are the rulers and aristocrats of the society. After them are the Vaisia. Members of this class are the landlords and businessmen of the society. After them in hierarchy are the Sudra. Members of this class are the peasants and working class of the society who work in non-polluting jobs. The caste hierarchy ends here. Below these castes are the outcasts who are untouchable to the four castes. These untouchables worked in degrading jobs like cleaning. sewage etc. But more on them in a moment.
The first three castes had social and economical rights which the Sudra and the untouchables did not have. The first three castes are also seen as ‘twice born’. The intention in these two births is to the natural birth and to the ceremonial entrance to the society at a much later age.
Each Varna and also the untouchables are divided into many communities. These communities are called Jat or Jati. For example the Brahmans have Jats called Gaur. Konkanash. Sarasvat. Iyer and others. The outcasts have Jats like Mahar. Dhed. Mala. Madiga and others. It is all about division. Divide and conquer. The Sudra is the largest Varna and it has the largest number of communities. Each Jat is limited to professions worthy of their Varna. Each Jat is limited to the Varna diet. Each Jat members are allowed to marry only with their Jat members. People are born into their Jat and it cannot be changed.
This is the how the caste system is supposed to be in its religious form. But in reality it is much more complicated and different from its religious form.
Jat is determined by birth and it cannot be changed. In the beginning the caste system was not a strict system and people could move from one Varna to another. Indologists give different dates to this period of change. Some claim the change occurred around 500 BC and others claim 500 AD Until then. communities and even singular person moved from one Varna to another Varna. because of their desire to adopt different occupations.
The Untouchable label in the caste system is one of the cruelest features of the caste system. It is seen by many as one of the strongest racist phenomenon in the world.
In the Indian society people who worked in unclean occupations were seen as polluting peoples and were therefore considered as untouchables. The untouchables had almost no rights in the society. In different parts of India they were treated in different ways. In some regions the attitude towards the untouchables was harsh and strict. In other regions it was less strict.
In regions where the attitude was less strict the untouchables were seen as polluting people and their dwellings were at a distance from the settlements of the four Varna communities. The untouchables were not allowed to touch people from the four Varnas. They were not allowed to enter houses of the higher Varnas. They were not allowed to enter the temples. They were not allowed to use the same wells used by the Varnas. In public occasions they were compelled to sit at a distance from the four Varnas. Complete segregation. In regions where the attitude towards the untouchables were more severe. not only touching them was seen polluting. but also even a contact with their shadow was seen as polluting.
If. because of any reason. there was a contact between an untouchable and a member of the Varnas. the Varna member became defiled and had to immerse or wash himself with water to be purified. In strict societies. especially among the ‘Twice Born’ (the three top Varnas) the touched ‘Twice Born’ also had to pass through some religious ceremonies to purify himself from the pollution. If the untouchable entered a house and touched things of a Varna member. the Varna members used to wash or clean the places where the untouchable touched and stepped.
In some incidences the untouchables who associated with the Varna members were beaten and even murdered for that reason. Some higher hierarchy Jats also had servants whose job was to go or walk before the high Jats members and announce their coming to the streets and to see to it that the streets would be clear of untouchable people.
The orthodox Hindus treated anyone who worked in any kind of polluting job as untouchable and did not have any contact with them. According to orthodox rules any one who does not belong to the four Varnas. meaning foreigners. are untouchables.
Around 563 BC we see Gautama Buddha the founder of Buddhism is born. Though many say there are up to six Buddhas. There was only ever one born who was the real human Buddha who. claiming to be nothing more than a seeker of truth. repackaged and renamed Hinduism. Immortalizing himself in a cult religion and selling it as a peaceful way of life with no gods to speak of. Buddhists worship the idol of Buddha. This metal replica of a mentally incompetent human being. Buddhism eliminates the human of self and reality leaving a weak shell willing to go along with anything blindly so long as it does not upset the nerves (live to not be triggered) which is simply put: The process of silencing free will in our minds. It is easy to sound smart and to make yourself seem better than others. Deception is more appealing than reality. That we are all equal. No one is better than anyone else. That leaves us all with only one conclusion. There should be no religions as they are created by the elite rulers all of whom should be deleted.
Buddha was born to the king of Kapilavastu in the foothills of the Himalayas. His mother having died while Buddha was very young left him to be raised by his aunt. He was raised alone and extremely sheltered with no outside influences by order of his father. He grew up in the appropriate conditions. controlled. He married a princess and they had a son. The story goes that Buddha felt caged in his riches and power like so many of the elite poster children we see he leaves his life of comfort to be poor and suffer. He met an un-named monk and from there we have the typical story of all people who give their life to a closed cult lifestyle:
- Torturing himself as the monks, priests and Jesuits do to this day
- Starving himself as they all do to this day.
- Having visions, hallucinations because of this lifestyle, just as St. Francis Assisi, Joseph Smith, Charles Darwin, Charles Russell, and so many other pawns used to create more fake religions based on Luciferian occult.
All these things practiced by the Magi, the Zoroastrians, the elite through history, most of those who live behind walls in cults shut off from the world, kept in a strict and controlled mindset and lifestyle: The Catholic priests and nuns, the Buddhist monks and the Dalai Lama, they live by oath. Controlled by the elite. They prey on children, mind control, creating the next generation of closed minded religious soldiers. They practice Luciferianism and rituals including human sacrifice and child rape. How virtuous indeed it is to sell your soul to one they call god?
As stated in 1868 and remains true today. “The papal church. Supreme in Europe. Was based on ignorance. And could only be maintained while ignorance continued. The whole efforts of the clergy therefore. Have been and are directed to this one end. To keep the world in their leading strings. By crushing out the mind of the world.”
After leading many hermits through life, Buddha died telling his disciples to “realize your own self. The truth is in your heart that will lead you to heaven.” Strange thing for someone who did not believe in heaven to say. but most false prophets renounce all they do when they die. After the damage is done and the masses have been deceived. Buddha did not leave writings. His students and disciples wrote things down after he died. Even the monks wrote a book in three parts. They started telling of other Buddhas, created many other divisions of Buddhism through that. The main stream story is as expected filled with the stench and symbolism of the elite. When Alexander the Great conquered the area a couple hundred years after and roman influence had infected everything. We can find the details of Buddhas birth and life have been copied and taken from various Hindu and Roman stories of various idols. Now we have Buddhism throughout Asia and the world and everyone following a different version- just as the Roman Church did with the Bible. Turn it into a religion and divide it up into cults. Most monks today particularly in Thailand where it is a national religion still chant in Buddhas language called Pali, similar to Sanskrit. http://the-wanderling.com/siddhis.htmlhttp://www.demystifyingconfucianism.info/confucius-laozi-Daoism-and-Buddhismhttp://www.sacred-texts.com/eso/osi/osi25.htm
Like most involved in a religion, the majority of people who call themselves Hindus or Buddhists know little of the history or depth of what they are involved in. People rarely look into things deep enough to know what they give their lives and souls to so those who know the truth behind these cults as we expose a bit here are those in top leading positions. the leaders and devoted. but the fact still remains: All of these fake religions based on the same Luciferian principles make all those people already under the one world new world order religion. Do not be deceived. Know your enemy.
So Alexander the Great comes after Buddha has left. Rome destroyed the Persian Empire and penetrated the far North-west of India before his death in 317 BC. In 322 BC. Chandragupta Maurya became king of the powerful state of Magadha in the North of India.
The next greatest Mauryan ruler was Ashoka. He led the empire to take over almost all of what is now modern India. He conquered Kalinga modern day Orissa and after the battle of Kalinga and embraced Buddhism. Despite his conversion to Buddhism. Mauryan rule was authoritarian and punishments for wrongdoers were severe. Asoka decreed the Buddhist principles of right conduct should be engraved in stone pillars or on rocks throughout his kingdom to teach the people how to live. The Ashoka pillar at Sarnath is India’s national emblem while the Dharma Chakra on the pillar adorns the country’s national flag. After his death, the Mauryan Empire suffered an economic and political instability.
Around 185 BC some Greek rulers including King Demetrius followed by King Menander invaded India. No development took place. Nomads from Central Asia conquered Bactria around 120 BC. One of the tribes. the Kushanas. turned to Northern India and conquered territories in India.
Saint Thomas arrived in India in 52 AD and the followers of Christ began. Naturally the elite being Zoroastrians at the time had landed in Gujarat around 7 AD. Guru Nanak laid the foundation of Sikhism in Punjab in the 15th century and Islam which came from the Zoroasters was brought to India by Arab traders and later on by Muslim rulers.
The Kushan Empire reached its peak under King Kanishka. During his reign Northern India was prosperous and did much trade with the Roman Empire but it all crumbled away after he died.
In the 300s The Gupta Empire led by Chandragupta followed by his son stabilized India and began trade with China and other kingdoms in Asia. Mathematics, astronomy, medicine and literature expanded for a couple hundred years.
After it started to crumble again King Harshavardhana took over in 606. When he died his empire broke up, the next dynasties expanded India to include Sri Lanka and Maldives. Ganges and Andaman islands. Trade between the Arab nations and Asian territories grew.
Turkish Ruler Mahmud 971-1030 conquered Afghanistan then went to India conquered Punjab and the Delhi Sultanate began.
1237 we see the Mongols led by Batu crossing the Urals from Asia into Russia. Prior to the thirteenth century Russia was ruled by the Pannonians who found the Kievan state. They took over Kiev and made a new state on the Volga River and ruled there for 200 years.
In 1290 the New Emperor of Delhi in India, Alauddin Khalji, murdered his uncle Jalaluddin Firoze to gain the throne. All religious lands were confiscated and marriages between noble families were sanctioned by the King. The Emperor also introduced market and price control for most essential products including food and cloth, among many other restrictions. Thus the Emperor enforced a highly centralized system of government.
In the next dynasty we see Muhammad Tughluq who introduced token currency and moved the capital from Delhi to Devagiri.
In 1498 when Timurlane, a descendant of Genghis Khan who created the Mongol Empire, sacked Delhi and massacred most of the inhabitants. You will notice many descendants of Khan in Indian rulers. At around the same time, another empire arose in the South – the Vijayangar. The Vijayanagar Empire is named after its capital city. The rulers of Vijayanager gradually consolidated their empire reaching a peak in the 1500s.
The last Lodhi Sultan, Ibrahim Lodhi was defeated and killed by Babur in the first battle of Panipat in 1526. With the fall of the Lodhis, the Sultanate of Delhi also ended.
Zahir ud Din (aka Babur. the tiger) was born 1529 descendant of Changez Khan. From 1504 he was ruler of part of what is now Afghanistan. From the Turks he had learned to use cannons. Guns helped him defeat the Indian kings who were still using traditional methods of warfare. Babur first raided India in 1517 and in 1525 he invaded. In 1526 he crushed the army of Ibrahim Lodi at the battle of Panipat. Other Indian rulers now united against Babur but they were crushed at the battle of Khanau in 1527.
Zahirs grandson Akbar was a Muslim. however he was tolerant in matters of religion. He abolished a tax levied on non-Muslims. Persian literature flourished in India during his reign.
So it continued without many significant hiccups.
In 1627 Shah Jahan became ruler. He is famous for building the Taj Mahal, a memorial to his queen Mumatz Mahal. Work began on it in 1631 and it took 22 years to build.
The next ruler Aurangzeb expanded the empire and banned repair of Hindu temples. banned religious buildings from being built unless they were Muslim. He introduced a religious tax as well. His son who died in 1712 was the last Mughal emperor.
The Rothschild formed the British East India Company in 1600 to trade with India. In 1639 they established a trading base in India in what is now Chennai. by sending out sea pirates in ships masked as “merchants”. The pirates began landing on the shores of India and started setting up armed forts at various places. The gold of India was stolen and taken to London.
Britain started their drug agenda in 1715, followed by China in 1813 and the US shortly after, kicking it up in gear since the 60’s. Today we call it the TPP. The funds gained by such trade were used to further the Jesuit order and the Roman Catholic Church. The VOC was the first international corporation with shares. It expanded their international drug cartel by shutting down anything outside the agreement. It created the commercialization of poppy harvesting for opium trade to China and Europe.
The French moved in to sections of India as Britain expanded there also. Eventually tensions between the two for power over the lands grew. During a seven year war between France and Britain the Bengal ruler ended with Britain gaining India which it began colonizing. In 1803 the British took Agra and Delhi, at that time Delhi was still ruled by the last Mughal emperor. 1835 English was made the official language in India.
The British now had more Indian military personnel than British military. In 1857 the soldiers of India rose up against the British. The soldiers in Madras and Bombay were loyal to Britain so the British regained control by 1858. To appease the Indian people who did not want British control, the British told them no longer were they owned by the East India Company but the crown which is the Corporation of London owned by the Rothschilds. The British also created an Indian National Congress and a Muslim League, most members were British as they had to be appointed by government. British rule created a total destruction of the society that used to be bringing in trains and communications technologies. Britain turned India into a factory.
In 1862 Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar of the Mughal Dynasty died in exile in Burma.
In 2009 a powerful trust founded by Mohammed Shahid Khan and Professor Aslam Pervez among other influential Muslim academics, businessmen and one of India’s leading Urdu poets have joined forces to establish how many Mughals remain and seek the return of the last emperor.
The People of India were in a frustrated state and in 1919 armed British soldiers murdered 350 unarmed people who had formed a rally. Enter Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, a devoted Jain follower. MK Gandhi slept naked with young girls including nieces, typical pedo elite scum. He worked for Britain in London during World War I and was Sergeant Major by 1916 after begging to be put in war against the Zulu.
As a lawyer in South Africa he watched riots and became influential in military and political matters. He learned the art of deception and hid well under the cover of non violence and his ability to speak well and manipulate emotions. So in 1920 this lawyer launched a non-co-operation campaign against the British. In 1930 the Dandi March began to end the government’s monopoly of salt production. Gandhi led a march to the sea to collect salt. Gandhi and tens of thousands of others were arrested, when released the next year the people were allowed to make their own salt. Many such arrests and protests were done in Gandhi’s name. This helped subdue the population and kept everyone subdued with the illusion that peace can be a weapon against those who do not want it. William Francis Doherty, a white American, was murdered by Gandhi’s followers and was quickly covered up by Gandhi himself. He described Africans as one degree removed from animals.
By 1940 in India the British policy of divide and conquer led to the demand of a separate Muslim state. The British responded by imprisoning National Congress leaders and other freedom fighters.
In 1946 the Viceroy appointed an interim cabinet with Jawaharlal Nehru as prime minister. but by then the leader of Muslim League. M A Jinnah had declared a ‘day of action’ on 16 August 1946. The declaration led to unprecedented violence between Hindus and Muslims in Calcutta. Soon after. Viceroy Mountbatten agreed to the formation of Pakistan and Bangladesh. Manuben Gandhi had come in 1942 under house arrest to look after Gandhi’s dying wife. In 1946 age 77. Gandhi received his 17 year old grand niece as his mistress and MK slave. According to her diaries Gandhi who was referred to as mother. experimented on her sexually. He supervised her education. her food. dress. rest. and sleep. For closer supervision and guidance. he made her sleep in the same bed with him. She was his personal attendant massaging and bathing him and cooking for him.
India and Pakistan became independent as dominions under Britain on 15th August 1947. but violence continued to break out in areas mixing Muslims and Hindus. Almost half a million people died in the violence. In 1948 Gandhi was shot three times and killed by a militant Hindu RSS member named Nathuram Godse. We have all seen the JFK patsy type assassinations before so this seems no different. Since the partition of British India in 1947 and creation of modern states of India and Pakistan. the two South Asian countries have been involved in four wars. including one undeclared war. and many border skirmishes and military stand-offs. (Indo-Pakistani War: 1947. 1965. 1971. 1999)
The Kashmir issue has been the main cause of all major conflicts between the two countries with the exception of the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 where conflict originated due to turmoil in erstwhile East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). The Partition of British India came about in the aftermath of World War II, when both Great Britain and British India were dealing with the economic stresses caused by the war and its demobilization. It was the intention of those who wished for a Muslim state to come from British India to have a clean partition between independent and equal “Pakistan” and “Hindustan” once independence came.
India developed nuclear weapons in breach of non-proliferation commitments. It is increasing the size of its nuclear arsenal and enhancing its delivery capabilities 110–120 warheads. Pakistan is making substantial improvements to its nuclear arsenal and associated infrastructure. It has also increased the size of its nuclear arsenal in recent years 120–130 warheads.
The below is taken from:
India-Pakistan Relations: A 50-Year History
By Donald Johnson
“Shortly after 3:45 PM on May 11. 1998 at Pokhran. a desert site in the Indian state of Rajisthan. groups of local Bishnoi herders—whose customs forbid killing animals or cutting trees—heard a huge explosion. and watched in amazement as an enormous dust cloud floated in the sky. What the Indian farmers did not realize. but the diplomats in Washington and around the world soon grasped. was the fact that India had just joined the United States. Russia. England. France and China as the newest member of the nuclear club. On that warm May afternoon. Indian nuclear scientists successfully exploded three atomic devices amounting to about six times the destructive power of the American bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945. The next day. as the world tried to absorb the frightening news. India ignited two more nuclear explosions.
Even as ninety percent of Indians applauded then-Prime Minister Vajpayee’s decision to go nuclear. then-U.S. President Clinton immediately reacted to the explosions with shock and criticized India’s nuclear testing. The American President argued that India’s actions violated the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty endorsed by 149 nations and the 1970 non-proliferation treaty signed by 185 nations. Despite the fact that neither India nor Pakistan has signed the treaties. the President. citing the 1994 Nuclear Proliferation Prevention Act. immediately called for economic sanctions against India including cutting off $40 million in economic and military aid. and all American bank loans. The President also asked the International Monetary Fund and World Bank to cancel all new loans which could cost India around $14.5 billion worth of public projects. including a major modernization of India’s often failing electrical system. Moreover. Japan and other industrial nations soon followed the U.S. example and froze on-going projects in India worth over a billion dollars in aid.
As the five nuclear powers, all permanent members of the United Nations Security Council. discussed ways to punish India as well as ways to prevent Pakistan from testing its own nuclear devices. the leaders of Pakistan were busily moving forward with their own nuclear plans.
On May 28th. Nawaz Sharif. Pakistan’s prime minister at that time. announced that following India’s lead. Pakistan had successfully exploded five “nuclear devices.” Not content to equal India’s five tests. Pakistan proceeded on May 30th to explode yet a sixth device and at the same time the Prime Minister announced that his government would soon be able to launch nuclear war heads on missiles.
Both President Clinton and a majority of the world community condemned Pakistan’s nuclear testing. although China was much less harsh in its criticism of Pakistan its close ally. Following the sanctions policy after India’s tests the United States, Japan, Britain, Canada and Germany ended their aid to Pakistan and asked the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank to place a moratorium on loans to Pakistan. However, despite President Clinton’s wish to impose a world-wide system of economic sanctions on India and Pakistan, a vast majority of western nations have refused to join the effort.
The Story Behind the Headlines:
Despite the seeming suddenness of India’s and Pakistan’s decisions to test nuclear devices and in so doing seek to join the other five world nuclear nations. the headlines following the explosions “heard round the world.” had a fifty-year history.
Since their independence as new nations in 1947. India and Pakistan have followed a path of mutual animosity. Pakistan was created as a national homeland for the Muslim-majority areas of the subcontinent. while India proposed to become a secular nation that included about 85 percent Hindus. but also more than ten percent Muslims as well as large numbers of Sikhs. Christians and members of other religions.
Soon after the partition of the sub-continent into the two nations about 17 million people fled their homes and journeyed to either Pakistan or India. In one of the largest exchanges of populations in history. Violence soon broke out with Muslims on one side and Sikhs and Hindus on the other. The resulting blood shed in the Punjab and West Bengal regions left more than one million people dead in its wake.
In the midst of this refugee movement and open violence, the governments of India and Pakistan hastily tried to divide the assets of British India between the two new countries. From weapons and money down to paper clips and archaeological treasures, all had to be divided.
The British had left behind, besides about half of the subcontinent that it directly governed, some 562 independent or “princely” states. The provision was that each state could remain independent, join Pakistan or accede to India. A violent competition soon resulted as the two new nations sought to win to their own nations the largest and most strategically located states, such as Hyderabad and Kashmir. Because Kashmir was more than 70% Muslim. Pakistan insisted that a vote be taken in the state. However, India argued, since the Maharaja of Kashmir was Hindu, he had right to take the state into India. Even as independence was being celebrated. India and Pakistan began a covert war in Kashmir and the struggle for that state still goes on today.
In 1947, 1965 and 1971 India and Pakistan fought wars that did not change the status of Kashmir. but did result in the 1971 further partition of West and East Pakistan into the two nations of Pakistan and Bangladesh. Not only did the architects of Indian foreign policy fear Pakistan. but in 1962. after China’s sudden invasion of northeast India. they suddenly realized the ancient protection of the Himalayan Mountains had vanished. India now would have to build sufficient military power to protect itself from both Pakistan and China. the largest country in the world and a major military power armed with nuclear weapons.
Soon after the China war of 1962, Indian scientists began developing its nuclear capability. Under Indira Gandhi’s Prime Ministership in 1974, India successfully exploded a nuclear device. announcing to the world its scientific capacity to develop nuclear bombs.
Because of the strong world opinion against nuclear testing, India did not undertake additional nuclear testing until May 1998. However, this fourteen-year moratorium on nuclear testing did not mean Indian scientists and political leaders were not planning to join the nuclear club.
India in the 1990s: the Moratorium Ends
Although Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi reversed his mother’s policy of nuclear development, when a new prime minister Narasimha Rao assumed power in 1991, India resumed its plans for nuclear development and in December 1995. Rao was ready to authorize a nuclear test–only to be discovered by CIA spy satellite and discouraged by President Clinton from going forward with the tests. With the election of the Hindu Nationalist, Bharata Janata Party in 1998, Prime Minister Atal Vajpayee ordered Indian scientists to proceed with plans for testing as soon as possible. This lead to the series of detonations in May, and the subsequent quick response by Pakistan.
Foreign Policy Relations
The United States has treaties which provide nuclear umbrella to Japan and NATO nations. At present, the United States has cordial relations with China. American policy is worked out in tension between those who insist on expanded human rights in China, and those who favor opening markets and investments in China and downplaying human rights issues. The United States was closely allied with Pakistan until end of Cold War. Pakistan provided bases for U-2 flights and conduit for arms to Afghanistan rebels. The United States provided most of Pakistani military aid from 1954 to the 1980s. China is now the major military supplier to Pakistan. The United States has maintained cool relations with India because of its refusal to join the west during the Cold War, its pursuit of a non-alignment foreign policy and for its tight controls on American investment and business enterprise in India.
China is the premier military power in Asia and considers Pakistan its oldest and most powerful Asian ally. China continues to occupy areas inside of India’s borders as a result of the Indo-China war of 1962. China has nuclear-armed missiles positioned against India along the Himalayan border and in Tibet, in addition to being Pakistan’s main military weapons provider.
Russia has had close relations with India since Indira Gandhi became prime minister in 1966. Russia provides most of India’s military sales. After the demise of the Soviet Empire, Russia is unable to provide economic or military aid to India.
India has pursued a policy of non-alignment with Soviet Union and United States since its independence. India’s planned economy was not open to U.S. investment until change of policy toward free market in 1991. India would not accept American military aid or join alliances, thus alienating U.S. leaders and majority of Americans. Under President Kennedy, the United States supported India in its war with China. Under Nixon, the United States supported Pakistan in 1971 in the war that led to creation of Bangladesh (the former East Pakistan). America sent a nuclear-armed aircraft carrier to Bay of Bengal, which helped motivate India to go nuclear. Now that Russia is weak. India feels isolated and alone in world community. India has felt that the United States has also been hostile to India and that we now are promoting China as the major power in all of Asia. Pakistani testing of Gauri missile on April 6th, 1998 was a major factor in India’s decision to undertake nuclear testing. India will suffer from the end of economic aid. but its leaders have calculated that that the nation can survive the sanctions.
Pakistan relied on its close alliance with the United States from 1954 through the 1980s. During the 1990s, leaders looked more to China for support and military technology and hardware; China is currently a major supplier of these components to Pakistan. The Pakistani foreign minister traveled to China for consultations ten days before Pakistan conducted nuclear tests. Pakistan will suffer far more than India as a result of economic sanctions by world community. Loss of aid will result in undermining of currency. great increase in debt and increase in poverty.
In the hunt for Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan and Pakistan in early 2002, U.S. relations with Pakistan and its leader. President General Pervez Musharraf. improved. which further aggravated India-Pakistan relations. While economic sanctions were lifted, Pakistani militants staged several attacks and bombings; in one occasion, targeted Indian and Kashmiri legislatures. The United States feared possible nuclear retaliation and advised Americans to evacuate both South Asian countries.
Today, U.S. relations with India and Pakistan are strong. In March 2006, when U.S. President George W. Bush visited South Asia, he remarked that we “are now united by opportunities that can lift our people.” In India, he commented that “The United States and India, separated by half the globe, are closer than ever before, and the partnership between our free nations has the power to transform the world.”
Today India with the population of around 1.5 billion people is 14% Muslim and 79% Hindu. Muslims have been attacked because of their consumption of beef as the religious propaganda has been increased thanks to Modi and people have become agitated. To Hindus the Bull is still considered sacred. Over 1000 people have been killed because of anti-Muslim riots.
Let us look at the leader Prime Minister Narendra Modi was born 17 September 1950. Since he was 8 years old he was indoctrinated in the exclusively male organization dedicated to propagating the political ideology of Hindutva called RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh). The group inspired by the German and Italian fascist parties promotes an exclusionary ‘Hindutva’ ideology envisioning a Hindu India in which non-Hindus are second class citizens. He has a militaristic and aggressive conception of Hindu masculinity. Sexualised violence and the control of women are central aspects in the construction of this masculinity and the Sangh Parivar ideology he was raised in.
In 1992 Modi was involved in a bloody attack that destroyed a mosque. In 2002 Modi was involved with anti-Muslim violence which left over 2000 people were killed. During this time the group also started systematically raping. torturing and murdering Muslim women and girls. Women and young girls were gang-raped. paraded naked in public, had instruments inserted into their bodies, were subjected to sexual assaults, had their breasts cut off, their vagina’s and wombs sliced open and were beaten up with rods and pipes. Pregnant women were cut open and fetuses hung up on three-pronged trishuls (tridents-the 3 pronged staff of Lucifer-that serves a symbolic Hindu religious function). In one case, several eyewitnesses testified that a pregnant woman was raped, tortured and her womb then slit open with a sword to disgorge the fetus which was then hacked to pieces and burned with the mother. In another case a 3 year old girl was raped and killed in front of her mother. This is hardly a complete list of what this man has done, but we must continue.
When he was 16 he severed contact with his family. Though married at the age of 18, he has next to no contact with his wife. They have never consummated their marriage. He is the second most followed world leader on Twitter. His polls were obviously controlled as the Rothschild voting machines showed large numbers of Muslims backing his party. A Hindu nationalist (a militant right wing culture organization) who wants to put the Hinduism into the Indian constitution, he is a fascist and like every puppet. he rose quickly through the ranks of his club to where he is today. Gang rape is wide spread as it is seen as proving the masculinity of the Hindu man.
During Obama’s visit to India in January 2015 with India’s Modi, two goals were met. First, to pull India out of BRICS and secondly, to use India as a test case for global demonetization. Following the orders of the elite Rothschilds, Rockefellers and Morgans. The anti cash partnership called operation “Catalyst: Inclusive Cashless Payment Partnership“ was created. Modi forced everyone to turn in 500 and 1000 rupee notes by the end of 2016. Modi only allowed people with bank accounts to replace a maximum of 4500 rupees of notes for cash. Anything more than that has to be deposited, thus forcing people to either pay taxes or render their private savings. some for countless generations, absolutely worthless and anyone retaining 250,000 rupees (approximately $3.500) will be criminally prosecuted. Houses have been raided and jewelry and gold have been confiscated. 600 million don’t even have a bank account and 300 million people don’t have government identification. Don’t think this will not happen in your country soon. India will see massive depopulation in the next couple of years as many are already starving and sick.
Sir James Bevan states: “I expect to see India do internationally over the coming years is what my country also does – pursue action with the rest of the international community to advance our collective interests and make this a better world for all. We in Britain think India is and will be a responsible player on the world stage – a force for good. for stability and prosperity. That why my government is and will remain a strong supporter of India’s permanent membership of the UN Security Council.”
Turkish President Erdogan made a speech during his visit to India noting how the poor East is catching up with the rich West and emphasizing that eastern and southern counties must have equal representation in all institutions. especially the United Nations. Erdogan’s statements in India. condemning Western colonialism and India’s emergence under the leadership of philosophers and politicians like Mahatma Gandhi. give important clues about the new world order.
He stated that the European and American-centric political and economic order that was established after World War II no longer meets the needs of humanity today. Stating these things about the New World Order in India is interesting to say the least.
Converting the entire world economy to solely digital transactions is not just about extracting more tax revenue from the ruled populations; it’s about knowledge and power. It’s about surveillance on an extraordinary scale. The one world orders cashless agenda is about acquiring the capacity to monitor literally every single financial transaction that takes place on the planet.
Below are quotes from some of the major political figures and leaders in 1998 garnered from a variety of sources.
Indian Prime Minister Atal Vajpayee
The [non proliferation] treaties are discriminatory and hypocritical. Our hope is that those nations that want to continue their nuclear monopoly will accept that the same rules should apply to all. (Boston Globe. May 29. 1998)
Indian Defense Minister George Fernandes
China is India’s number-one threat. It is encircling India with missile and naval deployments of suspicious intent. (TIME Magazine. May 25. 1998)
Bal Thackeray. Nationalist Leader from Bombay
We have to prove that we are not eunuchs. (TIME. Ibid.)
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif
Today we have evened the score with India….I would like to again assure all countries that our nuclear weapons systems are meant only for self-defense…. (New York Times. May 30. 1998)
Chinese official statements
Having signed the nuclear Test Ban treaty in 1995. we have been consistently opposed to nuclear tests. We knew there was a great possibility that Pakistan would follow [India’s testing] because of the internal pressure its leaders face. But this is a rather difficult situation for China. We have a friendship with Pakistan. but we still have a strong stance against nuclear proliferation. (TIME. Ibid.)
The United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan
This [India’s and Pakistan’s nuclear tests] is a step backward. The world needs fewer nuclear powers. not more of them. But the problem goes beyond India–I’m calling on India and Pakistan to sign the nuclear test-ban treaty before this problem spins out of control. (TIME. Ibid.)
Russian President Boris Yeltsin
India is frankly a close friend of ours. and we enjoy very good relations. Their testing of a nuclear weapon was a great surprise. And when my visit to India takes place this year. I will do my utmost to somehow settle this problem. (TIME. Ibid.)
U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ)
The recent testing by India and Pakistan bring the world closer to a nuclear confrontation than at any time since the Cuban missile crisis of 1962. (Boston Globe. May. 1998)
U.S. President Clinton
To try to manifest your greatness by detonating atomic bombs when everybody else is trying to leave the nuclear age behind is just wrong. India and Pakistan must give up their arms race–a self-defeating cycle of escalation. (New York Times. May 13. 1998)
Former head of the International Energy Agency Hans Blix
India is a great civilization. but that is not enough. They do not feel that they were treated as though they were in the same league [as the permanent five nations on the U.N. Security Council]. One could ask if the outside world could have satisfied India’s wish to be considered a great power in a different manner. Are nuclear bombs the only way to assert greatness? (May 1998)
Facts: Nations with Nuclear Weapons
The following nations possess nuclear weapons. have carried out tests and have missiles to deliver nuclear warheads.
United States (pop. about 268 million). 1.030 tests since 1944. Now has 12.070 nuclear warheads. Missiles with range of 8.100 miles can reach anywhere in the world.
Britain (pop. about 59.1 million). 45 tests since 1952. Has 380 warheads. Missiles have range of 7.500 miles.
France (pop. about 58.8 million). 21 tests since 1961. most recent tests 1995. 1996. Now has 500 warheads. Missile range 3.300 miles.
Russia (pop. about 146.9 million). 715 tests since 1945. Has 22.500 warheads. Missile range 6.800 miles.
China (pop. about 1 billion. 300 million). 45 tests since 1964. Has 450 warheads. Missile range 6.800 miles. Has nuclear armed missiles directed at Indian cities in Tibet and Himalayan border.
Israel (pop about 6 million). no tests. but has more than a hundred warheads. Missile range 930 miles.
India (pop. about 988.7 million). six tests since 1974. Has about 65 warheads. Missiles named Prithvi has range of 1.550 miles. Presently developing Agni missile similar to Pakistan Gauri missile.
Pakistan. (pop about 141.9 million). began nuclear program in 1972. Now has about 15-25 warheads. Missile range 930 miles. Has received technology and missiles from China.
More Facts and Stats
Percentage of national spending on defense: Pakistan 25%. India 14%
Size of armed forces: Pakistan 600.000; India 1.2 million. China over 2 million.
Size of Indian and Pakistani nuclear tests
India. May 11th – 25-30 kilotons of TNT. Magnitude of 5.3 on seismometer
Pakistan. May 28 – 8-15 kilotons of TNT. Magnitude of 4.8 on seismometer
Note: Some sections of information have been copied from the sources listed below: