Back Links and No Follow tags

I happened to look at my back links at a website that monitors these things and found I had over 16,000.

A much larger website with 25% fewer links had a rate of no-follow tags to links of 1.5%.

13.5% of my links had no-follow tags.

A link to my site at Zerohedge (a govt. endorsed conspiracy site) has a no-follow tag behind it.

So also at the popular site, Business Pundit.

And at Christ4ro.com.

In other words, dozens of sites that have links to this blog placed by readers and sometimes by me (I voted for Business Pundit, that’s why there was a link there) have no-follow tags after the links, so I don’t get traffic from them.

Did they take the trouble to do it themselves or is it some kind of web censorship?

When I’m a bit less sleepy (it’s past midnight), I’ll find out more about the other sites that are blocking traffic for me.

Meanwhile, a reader posts and asks me not to publish.

I published, but removed the name.

I need your comments and I need links.

I know people don’t like “getting involved,” but if you don’t, who will?

 

Behind “Tampon Gandhi”: Menstrual Hotlines @ $8/Call

TAMPON GANDHI – A  SCRIPTED BADASS

A Google search of Kiran “Tampon” Gandhi brings up pages and pages of uncritical praise from slick fashion, alternative, political, and media sites, even though, from the comments, most readers have reacted unfavorably.

Nearly every one of these sites applauds Tampon Gandhi as a “badass,” in such uniform terms that the articles must have been scripted.

AZADI.COM AND THE MENSTRUAL HOT-LINE

One such site is Azadi.com, which can be translated as Freedom.com, “freedom” being one of those multi-valent buzz-words typical of New World Order mob-speak.

Azadi.com signals it’s on board the global menstrual revolution, by sticking out the begging-bowl for its cutting-edge “Menstrual Hot-line,” manned by menstrual activists at the cost of $8 a phone-call.

8 dollars in India is a decent amount of money, close to 500 rupees.

The Azadi Toll-Free Menstrual (1-800-3000-2805) aims to fill critical knowledge and support gaps, providing adolescent girls with a trained counselor to learn and discuss menstruation, menstrual health and menstrual management. Given the ubiquity of mobile phones in rural India, the Azadi Menstrual Helpline has the capacity to bring information to thousands of girls.

Each call costs approximately $8 to service. This includes the cost of training our counselors, manning the lines, and doing outreach activities. If you would like to support this program, click here! here!”

MENSTRUAL MIND-CONTROL COMES TO INDIA

“Menstrual counseling” and “menses outreach”translate to radical feminist brainwashing and recruitment.

Now, the Indian government already has innumerable rural health schemes of all kinds, quite apart from the work of religious and secular charities.

So, the new, tax-subsidized, one-world government-backed, initiatives exist only to take tax-dollars and donations from Indian citizens on one hand and guilt-ridden Westerners on the other to fuel their parasitic existence.

It’s the most extraordinary chutzpah and immorality for the Crony-Corporate One-worlders (aka “international community”) to demand donations from ordinary people, crushed by the burden of taxes, the depreciation of their savings,  and the evisceration of their economies, all of which have been orchestrated by the very same people now trundling out Indian villages girls to pan-handle on their behalf.

“NON-PROFIT” AS A MARKETING GIMMICK FOR FOR-PROFIT SCHEMES

As I wrote earlier, these “non-profits” have “for-profit” investors lined up for miles behind them.

A few clicks on the web-site of  Azadi.com take us into the Byzantine world of Health NGOs’ and non-profits:

AZADI.COM has for its partners,

VILLGRO, PATH, WATER AID, IMPACT ENGINE, and WASH UNITED.

Deconstructing just two of these is enough to establish that the Menstrual Hot-line links back to the Globalists.

VILLGRO.COM

1.VILLGRO.COM has a web-site replete with globalist buzz-words (eco-system, thrive, sustainability – all of which are worthy enough in their own right, except that they are perpetually exploited to sell one-worldism.)

One of VILGRO’S initiatives is called “UNCONVENTION.”

“Unconvention” partners with

(among many other)

TIE (Indus Entrepreneurs), IIM- Ahmedabad, ASHA IMPACT (“Tampon” Gandhi’s family’s foundation), and the BRITISH COUNCIL..

These names represent the quintessence of academic respectability and knowledge-capital in the UK and India.

PATH

Azadi’s next partner is PATH.

PATH describes itself as “driving transformative innovations to save lives.”

Their slick website suggests why a single phone-call in India – capital of cheap cell-phones and free VOIP services – should need $8 bucks to back it up.

After all, a typical cell call in India might be a few cents and VOIP calls are often free.

A click on PATH’s “Executive Leadership” explains the high-cost:

PATH’S executives are all involved with the Centers of Disease Control or other initiatives of the US Govt, or with international health bodies like UNICEF, or with the Gates Foundation and its vaccine programs, or with Microsoft.

USG, CDC, AND MICROSOFT BEHIND  MENSTRUAL HOT-LINE?

These ties suggest that the US Government and its corporate cronies, rather than some humble charity, is the ultimate beneficiary of the Menstrual Hot-line promoted by Asha Impact and its partners and advertised so slickly by Kiran “Tampon” Gandhi.

There is certain to be a surveillance angle to all this, considering that the current allegedly nationalistic Modi Government (with its suspicious courting of the Saudi government) is also pushing a gargantuan, privacy-shredding DNA profiling program onto the entire Indian sub-continent.

UNCONVENTION – EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP

Steve Davis, President and CEO

“…CEO of internet pioneer and global digital media firm Corbis, director of social innovation for McKinsey & Company, and interim CEO of the Infectious Disease Research Institute. Earlier in his career, he practiced law at the international law firm of K&L Gates, with a focus on intellectual property.

Mr. Davis is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and holds a faculty appointment as a lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He currently serves on the boards of InterAction and Global Partnerships and sits on several advisory groups, including the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Social Innovation, the Clinton Global Initiative’s Global Health Advisory Board, the Council on Foreign Relation’s Task Force on Non-Infectious Diseases, and Wellcome Trust’s Sustaining Health Dialogue. He previously has served on numerous corporate and nonprofit boards.”

(from his biography)

Amie Batson Chief Strategy Officer

“Ms. Batson’s 20-year career in global health includes positions with the World Health Organization, the World Bank, UNICEF, and most recently, the US Agency for International Development (USAID), where she served as senior deputy assistant administrator for global health.

During her three-year appointment with USAID, Ms. Batson led the agency’s engagement in the President’s Global Health Initiative, represented the US government on the board of the GAVI Alliance, and led the US government team in coconvening the Child Survival Call to Action, which launched the global vision to end preventable child deaths.

Throughout her career in global health, Ms. Batson has been a leader in innovation. Her contributions to immunization and vaccine financing at the World Bank resulted in billions of dollars in new funding for global health and the vaccination of millions of children against polio, pneumonia, diarrhea, and other vaccine-preventable causes of death.”

 

Kathy Cahill
Vice President, International Development, and Interim Program Leader, India

“She is the senior partner and founder of AHISMA Group, a global health company focused on health systems strengthening, policy development, program assessment, and monitoring and evaluation of infectious and noncommunicable disease programs in low-resource settings.

Previously, Ms. Cahill served as our interim vice president for Public Health Impact. Before joining PATH in 2014, she served as deputy director of Integrated Health Solutions for Global Health at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as director for Policy, Planning, and Evaluation and division director for Immunization Service Delivery.”

David Fleming, Vice President, Public Health

“Dr. Fleming was director of Global Health Strategies at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, overseeing a grant portfolio of more than $1 billion in vaccine-preventable disease, nutrition, maternal and child health, leadership, emergency relief, community health programs, and human resources and health information. Dr. Fleming also served as deputy director at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Science and Public Health, and as deputy administrator of the US Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.

Dr. Fleming currently serves on the boards of Global to Local Partnership and the Washington Global Health Alliance, both in Seattle, and the Trust for America’s Health in Washington, DC. He sits on the Advisory Committee to the director of the CDC and chairs the external advisory groups for the CDC’s Center for Global Health and its Office of State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Support. His former global health board service includes Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance; the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN); the Health Metrics Network; and the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health.”

David Kaslow, Vice President, Product Development

“Dr. Kaslow has more than 25 years of experience in vaccine research and development. Before joining PATH in 2012 as director of MVI’s work to drive the development of safe and effective vaccines against malaria, he held key advisory positions with MVI and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation related to malaria vaccines. Prior to that, he oversaw project leadership and management of Merck Research Laboratories’ vaccine pipeline and founded the Malaria Vaccine Development Unit at the National Institutes of Health.

As a basic research scientist, Dr. Kaslow completed the molecular cloning and characterization of several proteins involved in malaria parasite sexual development. He also has directed product development, including field studies, of several malaria vaccine candidates. Outside the malaria field, Dr. Kaslow has contributed to the vaccine application of tools originally developed for gene therapy.”

Michael Kollins, Chief Operating Officer

“During his 15-year career at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, he served in a variety of sales, product development, and management roles in Asia, Europe, and the United States, finishing his career in Hong Kong as the chief operating officer of Morgan Stanley Investment Management Asia.”

Daniel Laster, General Counsel

“….Microsoft Corporation and working in private practice at the law firms of Stokes Lawrence and Perkins Coie.

Mr. Laster has served on the boards of the YMCA Metrocenter of Seattle, ACLU of Washington, and the Digital Learning Commons.”

Mark Murray, Vice President, Global Engagement and Communications

“Mr. Murray served as press secretary, legislative director, and chief of staff to US Representative Don Bonker, who chaired the Foreign Affairs subcommittees on Human Rights and International Organizations and Trade and Economic Development. He also served as communications director, speechwriter, and deputy chief of staff to Seattle Mayor Norm Rice. Most recently, before joining PATH in 2015, he served in a number of senior communications roles at Microsoft, including citizenship communications, global public affairs communications, corporate digital channels, and international communications across more than 100 countries.”

Kathy O’Driscoll, Chief Human Resources Officer

“Before joining PATH, Ms. O’Driscoll was general manager for human resources in the Microsoft Server and Tools Business Group. As a key member of the group’s executive leadership team, she was responsible for HR strategy and service delivery for 10,000 employees in the United States, China, India, and Israel. Over her 20-year career at Microsoft, she held HR management positions in varied units, including Microsoft Global Operating Groups, where she supervised domestic HR teams and staff in Dublin, India, and Singapore.”

Olivia Polius, Chief Financial Officer

“Most recently, Ms. Polius served as deputy director of global program services at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, where she managed a team responsible for implementing an innovative operating model that focused on creating greater strategic integration among the organization’s global programs.”

 

 

 

Proof That Free-Bleed Marathon Was A Stunt

Previous Related Posts:

1. The Kotex-Industrial Complex I Another Indian Stooge

2. The Kotex-Industrial Complex II

3. The Dynamics Of the Humanitarian-NGO Racket

1. Kiran Gandhi claims that she ran the marathon without a tampon to bring awareness to her “sisters” in poor countries who have no access to tampons.

But there are no links to any charities or organizations that supply tampons to the poor on her web-site. If she really did it for the poor, wouldn’t she have a link on her site?

2. The only organization that is mentioned by Gandhi is THINX. Thinx is a private company created by her friend, Miki Agrawal, a serial entrepreneur, who has a book accompanying it.

Forbes and major media have given a lot of play to Thinx, which doesn’t happen to your usual drum-playing recent Harvard MBA.

The title of the Forbes piece is a give-away.

It runs, “Can these panties disrupt the $15 billion feminine-hygiene market?”

The word ‘DISRUPT’  is a favorite with the NWO ruling elites. You will see it repeated often. Sometimes these words are used innocently by people unaware of their potency. But when the word “disrupt” comes with the backing of Forbes and front groups for the Royal family, you can label it a ruling-class meme.

Gandhi is in the music business (she is a professional drummer).  Gandhi’s mother and father are prominent figures in international financial and NGO circles. Thinx and the Gandhi family’s philanthropy, Asha Impact,   are both involved with AfriPads, a tampon distribution outfit in Africa.

The “free-bleed” stunt is a way to push THINX and its related companies and to allow the Gandhi family foundation (which is a front for Rothschild interests, as I have shown above) to profit.

3. The extensive coverage of menstruation in the major media in the past year is proof that the Western ruling elite is seeking to enter the lucrative feminine hygiene market. Compare this to the high number of Indian beauty queens who cropped up at international levels in the 1990s, when the Western ruling elite was entering the Indian luxury goods market.

4. Photos of Kiran Gandhi at a TED talk show that she is already a voice for the ruling elites. TED talks are a prominent elite venue. She is promoting “Atomic living,” which is another way of talking about synchronicity, the notion of “finding your bliss” by “going with the flow” (notice the pun) of events.  Those are major New Age/New World Order themes. They are rehashed Hinduism, omitting the moral and traditional content.

5. The dark patch on Kiran Gandhi’s track-suit was amazingly small for 4 hours of bleeding during exhausting physical effort. It is also amazingly neat. I didn’t see any streaks and runs. How do we know that Gandhi actually had a period at this time?

6. If her point was that having to wear tampons to avoid being a mess in public is oppressive of female agency, then why did she shave her arm-pits when she ran? Let it all hang out.

7. Is training for a marathon for a year the best way to spend your time, if female hygiene in the third-world is really your passion?

8.  Isn’t the most likely result of this stunt that more people will look at ordinary Indian women abroad as disgusting and unhygienic, adding to other attacks on them (partially accurate) on the Internet that have garnered a lot of attention?

9. Isn’t Gandhi speaking for women who would most likely find her behavior repellent themselves?

10. Isn’t Gandhi slandering poor women, who do NOT walk around with blood running all over them? Most poor women use and reuse rags, or use straw, leaves, sand, or ash, or simply lie down for a few days, out of public sight. Rather than representing them, Gandhi is misrepresenting them.

This Bloomberg article, which is also pushing the menstrual meme, gives the game away in a paragraph toward the end. An Indian specialist states that it is the lack of WATER that is the problem in menstrual hygiene, not the lack of things to staunch the flow.

11. In countries, where public hygiene is a serious problem, Gandhi’s message is actually a horrible one.

She’s saying that you can do in public anything you want, regardless of how unsanitary, offensive, or inconvenient it is for everyone else.

Does a country like India or Indonesia, with so many people defecating outside the house, really need this message?

Even in the West, more and more people feel it is OK to litter, spit, breast-feed, pull down their pants, and go topless in public. Reality shows and media are saturated with vulgar exhibitionism. Doesn’t Gandhi just add one more chunk of degradation?

12. With all those appeals to “sister-hood,” what is the real message? Women already receive the larger part of public funding of health in India and the West. Yet, men are ignored when it comes to public health campaigns.

[Note: I  don’t think the tax-payer should be funding health-care at all. Let private companies compete freely, without any subsidies.]

Consider that the first person to develop a cost-effective tampon for the Indian market was a man. That man was shunted aside so that the Indian government and foreign corporations and NGOs could enter the hygiene market with a program of “free” tampons for poor Indian women. The tampons are actually purchased at above-market rates from Western companies, and the government then distributes them through Western NGOs to the poor. That means, the Indian tax-payer is actually paying Western companies to undercut local Indian businesses for a sham humanitarian venture that actually puts money in the pockets of the ruling class (see links above).

13. Kiran Gandhi has written publicly that she is interested in pornography.

? You know, we’ll just talk about things that matter to me, for example, like feminism and pornography and just like weird things that I like and just kinda see where they’re at with it. I live for these conversations.

Her website (which I won’t link) contains a video, which she says was made to empower women who are terrified by men exposing themselves in public. Her idea of empowerment is making a porn video of the subject. This connects her to the menstrual porn that is being distributed by the CIA, via so-called anti-Islamicist activists affiliated to Pussy Riot.

These supposed acts of disruption are actually advertisement for new genres of pornography.

That link is very clear from reading through Gandhi’s website and from the interview cited in the link above.

That interview ends this way:

So, if I were a piece of art, I would want it to be some sort of gender-funk performance art that make people question the way they view their own world.”

[Of course, there was no “gender-funk” in the optics of the London Marathon. Kiran Gandhi SHAVED her arm-pits, like any other woman subject to traditional beauty norms, Western or Eastern.]

As for the interviewer, if this is the kind of individual being sent to man the guns of gender war in India, god help that country.

Medha is currently a student at Bryn Mawr College studying things like Health, Policy, Sexuality, and South Asia. She spends her free time getting inspired by other brown womyn and dabbling with music. In the near future, she hopes to be working in the Public Health field with a focus on violence against women in India.”

These are the brain-washed tools of elite university campuses who function as the thought-control agents and enforcers of the crippling ideology of modern feminism, the twin-sister of communism.

 

The Dynamics Of The Humanitarian NGO Racket

I want to expose the actual dynamics at work below the surface of “activism” and “social justice.” [I will add links later.]

STEP ONE

The UN and establishment Western non-governmental agencies (aka “international community”), with heavy ties to the Western corporate world and to politicized religious bodies, intervene as HUMANITARIAN ADVISERS in the policies of developing countries (in this case, India), telling them they need a FREE PROGRAM FOR THE POOR or a CRISIS will ensue.

KEY WORDS:

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY, HUMANITARIAN, FREE PROGRAM, CRISIS

STEP TWO:

Vulnerable members of the Indian government are either BRIBED or PRESSURED with POLITICAL/ECONOMIC THREATS to go along with the WESTERN PROGRAM. If they are reluctant,  a NEGATIVE MEDIA CAMPAIGN is launched to DEMONIZE India, and POLARIZE it, using SHILLS from the country as spokesmen. A TWITTER MOB is created to enlist support from young people who do not know they are being used. The tools are promoted and rewarded.

KEY-WORDS

BRIBE, PRESSURE, THREAT, MEDIA CAMPAIGN, DEMONIZE, SHILL, TWITTER MOB

STEP THREE

The Indian government succumbs and agrees to the program. Immediately, LOBBIES from politically-connected corporations descend, BRIBES/KICK-BACKS are given to CORRUPT OFFICIALS, and the BID IS RIGGED.   Local companies offering the same product at much lower rates are ignored. The Indian tax-payer is FORCED TO SUBSIDIZE corrupt Western corporations at his own expense.  The Western media sensationalizes the CORRUPTION of the Indian government, while ignoring the CORRUPTION OF ITS OWN CORPORATIONS AND NGO’s.

KEY-WORDS: LOBBIES, BID-RIGGING, KICK-BACKS, BRIBES, CORRUPTION, NEGATIVE MEDIA CAMPAIGN

STEP FOUR

The Indian government then hands out free products to the poor in India, creating a DEPENDENT CLASS and a new VOTE-BANK. The CORRUPT INDIAN POLITICIANS and the CORRUPT WESTERN CORPORATIONS then pat themselves on the back. In the Western media, this is trumpeted as HUMANITARIAN AID funded by the Western NGOs who hand out the freebies, when it is actually AID GIVEN BY THE INDIAN TAX-PAYER TO THE WESTERN CORPORATIONS and NGOs.

Meanwhile, Indian small-businesses that could supply the same need un-subsidized, cost-effectively, and locally are destroyed. Only big businesses with political connections can survive this subsidized competition. Only large corporations can afford to pay for new workers. Enclaves of corporate employment are created in a sea of unemployment.

KEY-WORDS: FREEBIES, DEPENDENCY, VOTE-BANK, TAX-PAYER SUBSIDIES,  UNEMPLOYMENT

STEP FIVE

Western corporate media then sensationalizes this situation as the result of INDIAN BUREAUCRACY and demands further INTERVENTION leading to further PRIVATE-PUBLIC partnerships and further subsidies to Western corporations from the Indian tax-payer.

The NGOs are FRONTED by wealthy cosmopolitan Indians, with strong ties to Western governmental and ruling class interests, which are concealed through philanthropic foundations and charities. The greater part of the money earned goes to the “stake-holders” and administrators’ salaries. With IMPACT INVESTING, the interests are even more clearly private.

The media, owned by corporations, acts as an advertising arm using the humanitarian angle as a marketing tool. What needs are met are met not from the pockets of the investors, but from those of the developing country’s tax-payers and the government’s budget. That means there is no government money left for services to the developing country’s tax-payer. The Western media that is actually RESPONSIBLE for this situation then hypocritically trumpets this as another FAILURE of the Indian government. This becomes the launch-pad for FURTHER INTERVENTION, either “HUMANITARIAN,” or when the country has served its purpose as  a MILCH-COW for the West, for a MILITARY INTERVENTION.

STEP SIX:

BUREAUCRACY, NEGATIVE MEDIA CAMPAIGN, HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION, PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP, MILCH-COW, MILITARY INTERVENTION,

 

Cooling Houses Without Electricity

In places where electricity is not predictable or is expensive, it pays to explore other ways to reduce heat:

1. Use paint that reflects heat on your roof.

Painting your roof white can cut temperatures noticeably, by as much as 10 deg. centigrade. Roof-paint can be simple white-wash, which might need to be reapplied every year or so. Or, you can use paints that are designed to be reflective (high albedo), which are more expensive but last longer.

Hiten Chavda, lead architect of Bio-diversity Conservation India Limited (BCIL) says that over 70% of heat in a building enters through the roof and is heated up quickly, especially by infra red and ultra violet rays of the sun. Building materials being good conductors of heat radiate this to the inside and trap it there. While the rest of the earth cools down after the suns sets, our homes are still warm inside. To combat this, Chavda says, roofs can be painted white as the colour reflects a large part of the sun’s rays back in to the atmosphere, thus reducing the heat absorbed by the building. Temperatures, Chavda says, can differ by as much as 10 degree centigrade between painted and non-painted roofs. To get the best effect, he says, high albedo paint should be used. “High albedo paints are highly reflective and can reduce conductivity of heat considerably. In our buildings, we have found reduced energy consumption for cooling drop by as much as 20%,” he says. Temperature difference before and after painting the roof white. Pic: Yograj S Mudalgi White roofs can even help reduce the ‘Heat island effect’ one of the causes for rising temperature in urban areas. Concrete structures and tarred roads not only heat the surroundings, they also trap it. So urban areas become islands of heat. But with white roofs, more heat is reflected back in to the atmosphere, cities can remain cooler. Naresh Narasimhan, principal architect at Venkatraman Associates, an architectural firm based in Bangalore says it has been long since benefits of painting roofs white have been known. “Not only can they keep homes cooler, if all surfaces in the city are painted white, they will bring down the temperature of the area considerably,” says Narasimhan.Read more at: http://bangalore.citizenmatters.in/articles/2951-paint-your-roof-white-stay-cool-?utm_source=copy

White reflective paint can be used on exterior walls, compound walls, and anywhere else to diminish heat.

 

2. Landscape to block heat:

A few trees around the house can make a huge difference to how much sun gets absorbed by the walls and conducted into the interior. While trees take a while to grow, you can substitute vines, which grow rapidly. 10-15 foot high trellises can be fully covered within 6 months and form an effective barrier against heat. Shrubs can block heat from being absorbed lower down. They too grow fast and are easier to care for than trees.

Cape Honeysuckle does well in very hot climates, can withstand drought after establishment, and grows very rapidly to form a thick bush or a dense vine that gives excellent protection from the sun and vivid color. Its bark is medicinal.

 

3.  Use awnings outside the window and blinds/curtains inside:

It is not common to see awnings in India. Instead, builders usually incorporate concrete ledges that jut out over the window. They need to be combined with outdoor and indoor blinds for maximum cooling.

Exterior bamboo blinds are especially effective.

This eco house in Brazil has aluminum trellises mounted against the walls, on which vines are being grown, keeping the walls protected from the heat.

4. Shade structures in the yard keep the weeds down and provide protection from the sun.

Here are several examples. Living walls (plants grown vertically on a wall) are another option.

5. Grow plants on the terrace in wooden boxes, lined with plastic to prevent water leaking. The mud and foliage absorb heat that would other wise enter the house. Window-boxes also help cool temperatures.

6. Add a roof-structure, solar panels, or even an open water-tank to cool the roof. Inside the house, false ceilings are a possible way to reduce heat.