Modi Bribed By Globalist-connected Sahara

Rahul Gandhi has come out with the revelations he’s been promising for a few days – evidence that Modi was bribed in his Gujarat days by the now-jailed owner of the Sahara group conglomerate.

Glancing at Sahara’s resume, I was struck by this piece at Crain’s that suggests that Sahara works closely with and is beholden to the powers-that-be:

Next month’s auction for the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan was canceled after the holders of the mortgage reached a deal to give the borrowers more time to sell the property and pay back the loan, said a person with knowledge of the matter.

The hotel’s ownership has been in limbo for two years. Billionaire brothers David and Simon Reuben [Lila: Iraqi Jews born in India] hold the mortgage on the five-star hotel and had scheduled a foreclosure auction for April 26, according to the person, who asked not to be named because the deal is private. The Reubens bought the loan from Bank of China Ltd. after a default by the property’s current majority owner, Sahara India Pariwar, last year. Sahara is controlled by Subrata Roy, who was imprisoned in India in early 2014 for defrauding investors.

A spokesman for the Reuben brothers didn’t immediately respond to an e-mailed request for comment.

The chateau-like Plaza, located at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Central Park South, has changed owners many times over its 109-year history. Presidential candidate Donald Trump bought the Plaza in 1988 and married his second wife, Marla Maples, there. Trump sold it to a group including Prince Alwaleed bin-Talal of Saudi Arabia, who then sold it to Israel’s Elad Group, which converted some of the hotel rooms to condominiums. Bin-Talal retains a minority stake in the Plaza, as does an entity tied to hotelier Sant Singh Chatwal.

For sale were the Plaza’s hotel rooms, its restaurants and retail space, according to the person with knowledge of the matter. It was to be sold in a package with the Dream Downtown hotel, a trendy property in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood that is located one block from the elevated High Line park, the person said.

The two hotels serve as collateral for the Bank of China loan and are cross-collateralized with the Grosvenor House hotel in London. The Dream hotel is owned by Sahara’s Roy and Chatwal. The combined mortgages for the New York properties total about $500 million, the person with knowledge of the matter said.”

So who is Sant Singh Chatwal? The Sikhs have been working closely with the NWO elites and it is a religion with a large number of Jewish (in the modern ethnic sense)  converts.

Well, first, he is an Indian hotel magnate  who got caught skirting federal campaign finance rules between 2007 and 2011 to donate to Hillary Clinton, among others.

Chatwal’s position as a major donor to Ms. Clinton, along with Lyn Forester de Rothschild, is depicted at Muckety.com.

The Reuben brothers come from the immensely powerful Iraqi Jewish family of the Sassoons, long-term associates of the Rothschilds.

Like Rothschild-front Khodorkovsky, the Reubens got rich buying Russian public assets at auction during the shock-therapy administered in that country under Yeltsin,  until Vladimir Putin came into power:

A profile of the two in The Guardian notes that what paid off for them was the entry into Russia when other investors were wary of doing anything in the post-Soviet, “chaotic capitalist” market. Transworld bought large chunks of the privatised Russian aluminium sector but had to sell it off for 300 million pounds to oil giant Sibneft in 2000 as the business climate in the country turned hostile for them under Vladmir Putin. “Transworld enjoyed 7 percent market share in the global aluminium market.”

According to the piece from which the above is excerpted, the brothers have ties to the Russian Mafia, which, as noted elsewhere on this blog, works with the globalist elites.

All this, including the presence of Prince Alwaleed bin Talal and Donald Trump, in the mix,  makes it certain that Sahara was an agent or front for Rothschild interests in the first place.

Which means Modi, Sahara’s bribed errand boy, is nothing more than their agent too.

Which is why Rahul Gandhi made mention of the 99 percent and the 1 percent in his diatribes.

On the face of it, this was a denunciation of the ruling elites of the NWO.

But Gandhi’s language betrays him as controlled opposition.

The 99 and the 1 percent is a Kabbalistic meme used by the powers-that-be to frame the debate about globalism in terms of inequality, about the rich versus the poor.

But inequality in itself is not the problem.

It is, at its worst, a symptom.

The problem is totalitarianism, the end to which the centralization of finance tends.

The problem is central banks and the fiat money system and their corrosive effect on every aspect of  life.

Behind Modi Note Ban, Pro-Bank Tax Billionaires

Arthakranti Sansthan (Institute for Economic Revolution) is the Pune-based outfit that has claimed the authorship of Modi’s currency ban program.

Anil Bokil, the founder of the think-tank met Modi in the summer of 2016 and reportedly made a big impact on the PM with his presentation on banning high denomination notes.

Bokil’s plans have been thoroughly debunked here.

Similar to the Bokil tax is the Tobin tax (Bokil does not agree with that characterization) that Ellen Brown was promoting a while back and which was a bankster ploy, even though Brown might have advocated it innocently.  Discussion here at EPJ of the Tobin tax, Soros’ backing of it and objections on libertarian grounds.

Soros is a Rothschild front and given the figures profiting from the Modi ban, the chances are that the Bokil proposal is backed in some indirect fashion from London.

Bokil previously approached Rahul Gandhi (controlled opposition, despite his crowd-pleasing attacks on Modi) with no result.

Bokil is supposed to be an ascetic former engineer who no longer works but lives on small amounts of money given to him by his mother. That seems implausible to me so I searched for information about Arthkranti’s funding but couldn’t find it.

The outfit looks very suspicious to me, given that its main objective in banning high denomination notes is to reduce the use of cash altogether, dispense with income tax (which is hard to assess in India), and go straight to a bank-transaction tax, which has always been the wet dream of bankers and fintech giants.

Sure enough, on the Arthkranti website, I find a list of eminent people supporting the bank tax project that includes.

Dr. D R Pendse: Ex Chief Economist with Tata Group

“This proposal should definitely be helpful to solve tax related problems for businesses and industries. The complex taxation system, which is being tweaked for last 65 years but could not even work for 2 years, must be altogether changed.”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgR2yGDlG2E

Ficci president Sidharth Birla

“If the steps proposed enhance revenue by broadening and broad basing the tax payer base and help improve transparency of regulatory framework, we will tend to welcome these aspects.”

President of industry body PHDCCI Sharad Jaipuria

[Lila: Jaipuria who is regarded as a voice for “India Inc.” (the Indian corporate world) is a strong supporter for fully opening up the retail market in India to foreign direct investment (FDI). This has taken place now under the BJP, especially with the cash ban, since smaller retailers don’t have POS (point of sale) facilities like cash swipe machines.]

“The personal income tax should be reduced or abolished with alternate sources. I believe, government has the potential to generate revenue from other sources which are unexplored yet”.

Girish Vanvari, co-head of tax, KPMG in India

“…it may reduce corruption and collusion with the government agencies. It may remove the tax burden from individual as well as corporate taxpayers. The taxpayers will also not indulge into practices like falsification of accounts, money laundering and other illegal ways of tax evasion,” said Girish Vanvari, co-head of tax, KPMG in India.

Sudhir Kapadia of EY, a global tax consultancy firm

“There is indeed a case for tax reform that brings in simplification and rationalisation in the tax system by eliminating unwanted distortions and multiplicity of taxes.”

Jay Shankar is an economic adviser at the Department for International Development at the British High Commission

“the new proposed tax system would be more equitable than the existing one, without compromising on the revenue side. ”

http://profit.ndtv.com/news/opinions/article-can-india-do-away-with-income-tax-377072

Experts Global

Expert Global votes for this theory and calls for all Indians to demand implementation of this theory

http://www.expertgs.com/Corporate/Social+Responsibilities/index.aspx

Vivek Sawant, managing director MKCL

“MKCL believes that solution to complex and chronic challenges have to be fundamentally knowledge based and hence decided to support this (Arthakranti) research work”, Vivek Sawant, managing director MKCL notes

http://www.businessworld.in/news/economy/india/how-to-abolish-all-taxes-and-keep-the-economy-ticking/1220955/page-1.html#

Siddha Samadhi Yoga (SSY)

SSY Fully endorses and supports the mission of Arthakrnati Pratishtan ( see www.arthakranti.org ) and does it’s best to actively promote this awareness to all.

http://www.ssy.org/inner.php?id=219

Darshak Hathi, International Director, Art of Living Foundation (AOL)

[Lila: Art of Living is a known Rothschild-supporting guru outfit, promoting a kind of homogenized Hindu thought for global consumption]

Darshak Hathi #VBI ?@DarshakHathi Jan 23

Solution is Abolish tax,Currency compression, BTT

D S Kulkarni, a businessman:

Arthakranti would bring dream era for industries. It will reduce the tax burden in prices of commodities, which is about 40% currently, so prices and hence inflation will fall. Every person in Industry will support to make this happen!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgR2yGDlG2E

Controlled Dissent Disinformation On Modi Ban

Jayant Bhandhari, yet another “fake libertarian” expat Indian, comfortably retails spin about the Modi ban that no doubt endears him to his corporate libertarian masters:

Bhandari bunk in green, my comments in brown:

“See if you can spot a rich person here [in the queues]. Rich and connected people, if they really needed to exchange banknotes, used the mafia (which employed millions of poor people to queue at banks), police (who used ID copies of old prisoners) or banks (who simply swapped the currency notes). It is the desperately poor people who have suffered.”

Lila: Yes, very rich, politically savvy and corrupt people might use mafias. The ordinary affluent business or technical class indeed do have to stand in queues. I know people who run businesses and rely on the ATM who simply have not been able to get enough cash to run their businesses and feed their families and have had to beg money from friends. Some of these people were very well connected,  just not corrupt. Unlike Bhandari, perched in Canada, I am right on the ground in India and my plans here are in disarray because of the cash crunch. Which world is this shill living in? Obviously, there are far more poor and lower middle-class people that well-off in the country, but I can assure you this is not only about hitting the poor. Perhaps of course all Indians appear like an amorphous mass to a certain breed of expat. Small businesses are not run by the poor – they are run by modestly wealthy people. They have taken a huge hit and are in fact the prime target of this move since they are potential tax-payers. For the record, neither I nor my immediate family runs a small business.  My parents are pensioners from a professional background who have been highly inconvenienced by the ban. My mother who routinely shops at the local street vegetable market tells me potatoes have practically disappeared. At 83, running around from pillar to post, trying to exchange notes and beg for your own money, is not inconvenience, it is serious harassment. Maybe Mr. Bhandari would like to exchange his comfortable gig with her lot.

Bhandari:

“India has no intellectual backbone, with its middle class — in what is still an entrenched caste system — unconcerned about the man-made crisis that has hit this large number of desperately poor people.”

Lila: India has plenty of intellectual back-bone. Unfortunately, indigenous critics rarely get mainstream attention, unless they massage the sensibilities of the ruling class. For example, intrepid hero Bhandari took one look at my blog posts criticizing Zionism and after first inviting me to speak at one of his capitalist conferences,  backed off at once, displaying zilch of the backbone he demands in people in far less favorable circumstance than himself.

Re caste differences, this is a red herring. I do not know many Indians who do not sympathize with the poor.  Most of the country is socialist in sympathy and highly religious in temperament, and feeding the poor and giving alms are obligatory for most. Witness the popularity of all schemes of welfare in this country, whether religious or political. In fact, this is why the poor have been trotted out as the excuse by the Western elites for all manner of social engineering from the Green Revolution onward. They constitute a readily accepted excuse.  The social engineering has had the sole consequences of hampering native industry and entrepreneurship, just as the anti-corruption drive has. Perhaps Bhandari should check that history out. It’s called Fabian Socialism and it wasn’t invented in India, but Britain.

Bhandari: Indians have mostly taken their troubles in stride. The international media have seen this as a sign of perseverance and a deep desire among the poorest to bring about positive fundamental change in society. In reality, the lack of protests is mostly indicative of Indians’ lack of moral instincts, a common problem with irrational societies.”

Lila: Apparently, Bhandari doesn’t realize that it takes money to make revolutions,  which is why behind the Russian revolution and the French revolutions,  one can spot the money of the bankers.  Of course, were Indians to riot on a large-scale (as they might in communist-dominated West Bengal), that would be portrayed in the press as a sign that brown people cannot rule themselves and are barbaric and violence-prone, which is the usual disingenuous junk trotted out by shills to conceal the results of Western black ops. 

Indians are a highly rational people. And corruption and tax evasion at the lower levels are a very rational response to corruption at the highest levels. It makes no sense to pay taxes when the government routinely loots its citizens, in cahoots with the very British imperial institutions and entities that Bhandari, a shill for the false libertarianism that proceeds from such institutions as the Simon Fraser Institute (heavily funded by Zionist entities), is so eager to impress.

As for the “British-rule-is-needed-in- India” meme with which Bhandari ends this contemptible piece, that only identifies him completely for what he has already tacitly revealed himself to be – a useful sycophant and tool whose discourse  poisons disinformation alternatives like Zerohedge. That is of course their raison d’etre. Their job is to coopt and corrupt dissent in the West. I could say more, but hey, I am too busy running for the fourth time downtown on a crowded town bus to get my weekly share of cash, if I am lucky, from my own account….which will enable me to buy from the vegetable market that depends on people like me buying to stay ahead of the Walmarts, Amazons, Visa Cards and other paymasters for whom Bhandari and the rest of his kind ultimately shill.  

 

 

 

 

Financial Terrorists Behind The Digital 9-11 On India

Which companies are behind the digital companies profiting from the Modi cash ban?

Market share by issuer of the credit-card companies:

Chase Bank – 31.7%

Bank of America – 15.8%

Wells Fargo – 10.9%

US Bank – 9.9%

Citibank, Capital One, the Rest

I only began using credit cards recently, with many second-thoughts about it. From today, I will be reversing this. More I cannot blog.

Chase is now owned by JP Morgan, which recently opened its first branch in India, near Chennai.

In the US, the Rothschild interests have always preferred to operate behind the facade of  J. P. Morgan.

Paytm, an Indian digital payment portal promoted by the Modi government, is owned by One97 Conmunications, whose largest share-holder is Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba.

Alibaba is advised by N. M. Rothschild

and has merged with Yahoo’s Chinese operation.  Yahoo recently admitted that millions of its account users were “hacked” in 2014.

Alibaba is also invested in another Indian e-commerce portal, Snapdeal.

Ma is a strong supporter of Big Data’s use in state surveillance.

(To be continued)

 

5 Ways To Fight Modi’s Digital Dictatorship

The mainstream media is using the cash starvation of India to tom-tom digital payment platforms, ranging from Visa and Master card, Amazon, Flipkart, and Alibaba,  to Paytm, Paylatr and a host of similar ventures.

Behind them are globalist/intel-subservient multinationals like Alibaba (Paytm) and Blackrock (Paylatr).

The same goes for digital currency like Bitcoin, which, as I’ve blogged over and over, is an intelligence-operation,  with the signature of the NWO all over it.

So what does the aam admi in India do?

Here are my proposals, shorn of any detail that would allow the government to queer them in advance:

  1.  Minimize or even end your use of Visa and Master card as soon as possible. Let these corporations feel the same pain felt by millions of small businesses destroyed by the stooge of the multinationals.
  2.  Consider filing suit against any of the major corporations that have profited from this scheme. Research and document any ties they have to the NGOs (like Arthkranthi) that proposed the cash ban to Modi. Consider actions against such NGOs. Modi is only a useful tool. Making Modi alone the target of popular outrage (as the CIA-backed outfit Avaaz does) is a limited hang-out option.
  3.  Voice your outrage openly and educate as many people as you can.
  4.  Oppose all of Modi’s other digital surveillance projects, from his diabolical DNA bank and central monitoring system  to his proposal to link aadhar cards and smart phones via e-wallets.
  5.  Avoid getting an Aadhar card yourself. If you have to, consider multiplying and confusing your data so as to render it useless. I will leave you  to figure out what that means. In that spirit, use every loophole you can to get out of the government’s surveillance data-base…..but don’t blog your methods, lest the authorities penalize you and end the loop-hole.