Tuesday, 8 April 2014


Modi, the nationalist, who is expected to win. 

In the Indian elections, we see the move by the middle class into the arms of Narendra Modi and his 'Hindu Nationalist' BJP.

And we see the rise of the 'working class' Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). 

And the 'tribals' have turned to the Maoists.

PREM SHANKAR JHA sees the rise of class conflict "a natural outcome of capitalist growth".

A Dangerous Polarisation

Prem Shankar Jha refers to "the sudden collapse of industry in the past three years... 

"Companies that borrowed heavily ... are facing bankruptcy.

"Malls are up for sale because no one is buying..."

Modi, the nationalist, is expected to win.

According to journalist Palash Ghosh:

"Modi is very likely to increase India’s military spending...

"India imports 75 percent of its military equipment from Russia...

"Modi has openly cultivated closer ties with Israel and the BJP has embraced Israeli trade, diplomatic and cultural connections. 

"Indeed, in recent years Israel has even become one of India’s top military exporters."

India 2014 Elections: What Kind Of Policies Would A BJP-Narendra Modi Government Pursue?

So, which side is the CIA supporting?

The Economist describes Narendra Modi as a divisive man and "recommends" to Indians a Rahul Gandhi-led government as an uninspiring but "less disturbing" option.

According to journalist Palash Ghosh:

The United States once banned Modi from entry to the USA due to the fallout from the 2002 Gujarati riots.

Modi was accused of standing by while Moslems were slaughtered.

"Modi views the U.S. as an important economic and strategic partner, but remains skeptical of its intentions for India."

So, which side is the CIA supporting?

The CIA and its friends may control both sides.

1 comment:

  1. I think CIA support both sides, infact without help of American intelligence the godhara 2002 kand in Gujarat were not successful, narendar modi could partially work for CIA helping Geer foundation which in connected with Ford foundation. Our Country strength is not so powerful to fight with Arabians countries without the support of America and China. In Kargil war our country lost the lot. Thanks
    Sajal Agrawal