Saturday 18 July 2015



A former interior minister of Pakistan, Rehman Malik (above), says that he can prove that RAW, the security service of India, helped to carry out the Mumbai attacks of 2008, and at least one other 'terrorist' attack in India..

Rehman Malik says he can prove RAW role in Mumbai attacks.

RAW has close links to the security services of Israel and the West.

Malik says: "Both these terrorist incidents were false flag operations by RAW and I have forensic and other supporting evidences to prove my claim."

The main organiser of the terrorist attacks in India was David Headley, who admitted to working for the CIA.

Malik says: "The Indians should tell their people and rest of the world who is this David Headley and why a case was registered against him in India for his involvement which was actually a cover-up...

"Who allowed him to operate with his office based in Mumbai?"


Malik asks why Headley was allowed to make so many trips to India.

Malik asks: "Who in Spain made the payments for the internet used by the attackers and Headley? Why was US telephony used on the day of incident? ...

"Who killed the former Mumbai Police Joint Commissioner Hemant Karkare who was investigating links between the terrorists and certain right-wing Hindus? ...

"There were media reports, corroborated by top government official, that some of the Mumbai terrorists were speaking in Marathi (spoken by Indian Hindus)."

The Mumbai attacks were part of the Strategy of Tension used by the rich elite to keep themselves in power.

Indian child.

We have been to India.

It is the most 'feudal' country in the world.

The rich elite are nasty beyond belief.

India has more malnourished people than any other country.

Ravenous for reform

India's children are worse-fed than children in Africa.

Ravenous for reform

India spends only 1% of GDP on public health.

Prime Minsiter Modi has overseen cuts in health spending.

Ravenous for reform

In order to frighten the masses into supporting the agenda of the rich elite, the security services carry out acts of terrorism.

In 2009, certain agents from India's spy service RAW confronted the CIA and ...



FBI : Ajmal Kasab has no links to Pakistan terror



Headley, like Dawood Ibrahim, linked to 1993 bombings...
The CIA was reported to have penetrated the RAW through people like ...

Hamid Gul and Mumbai

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At 19 July 2015 at 01:36 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

'India cannot tackle hunger if it suppresses embarrassing data...' I too easily forget this vast subcontinent. It all links back to divide and...
May they unblock the corruption and get a grip on those globalist paws.
Cows, squash or pumpkin, I don't know... but they must rise up to the awoken perspective

At 19 July 2015 at 07:18 , Blogger elwind45 said...

Blueprint of the future is displayed in that wee child's eyes? Why is Apple allowed to hoard resources? Because as a corporation they fear the future much like the mother of an emaciated child?

At 19 July 2015 at 08:30 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I read that African and Indian caloric intake is the same but Indians suffer from extensive diarrhoea. And their diet is too much reprocessed foods.

At 19 July 2015 at 10:05 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Was the Chattanooga Shooting an FBI sting that went live?

Jewish Sayanim more DANGEROUS than al Qaeda cells

At 19 July 2015 at 14:42 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gandhi was a British spy, claims one of India's top judges: Justice provokes fury after claiming Father of the Nation drove wedge between Hindus and Muslims
Judge claimed Gandhi used Hindu religion in speeches to divide India
Said spiritual leader's rhetoric helped British policy of divide and rule
Justice Markandey Ketju has a history of outspoken political comments.

Mahatma Gandhi, the leader who helped lead India to independence over British rule, was actually an agent for the colonists, a top India judge has claimed.

Justice Markandey Ketju said Gandhi deliberately tried to drive a wedge between the country's Hindu and Muslim populations, helping the British to divide and rule.

The judge, who is known for making controversial statements, made his comments ahead of the unveiling of a statue of Gandhi in Parliament Square, London.

They also came as Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond flies to Delhi for his first official visit, meeting with finance minister Arun Jaitley, who will come to London to see the statue unveiled.

Mr Katju, 68, wrote on his personal blog: 'I submit that Gandhi was objectively a British agent who did great harm to India.

'By constantly injecting religion into politics continuously for several decades, Gandhi furthered the British policy of divide and rule.'

In a separate post on the same topic, he asks: 'Does such a man, who constantly injected religion into politics, and thereby furthered the British policy of divide and rule, deserve to be called the Father of the Nation?

He then goes on to quote from Gandhi's speeches and writings before adding: 'These are only some of the stupid, feudal ideas this "Father of our nation" had.'Mr Katju, former chairman of the Press Council of India, has a large online presence - his Facebook page has been liked nearly 100,000 times, and his blog was shared by thousands of people.

Mr Katju's father was deeply immersed in the Indian freedom movement, and he has made controversial statements on the topic in the past.

According to The Times, he once said '90 per cent of Indians are idiots' because they vote in elections based on their religion and caste, rather than on political merit.


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