Rahul Gandhi’s rising popularity has made Modi jealous. Rahul was recently on a trip to Kedarnath.
Global elite are at the forefront of fighting climate change. They should set an example themselves first before asking others to make sacrifices.
1. Don’t live in big luxury homes – Choose Hong Kong-style one-room apartments
Big houses consume more energy. They also trap more sunlight and contribute to global warming. Live in one-room apartments in clustered high-rise apartments, as in Hong Kong, Shanghai or Beijing.
2. No private planes – Travel economy on commercial passenger airlines – Or, better, choose trains & buses!
Private planes contribute to global warming. Private luxury jets, in particular, are extremely wasteful and polluting. If you have to travel by air, then choose scheduled economy-class flights on commercial airlines. Prefer mass transport options such as trains or buses. Walk if necessary. Don’t use cars. If you use electric cars, you still are expending fossil fuels at the thermal power plants.
3. You should have no children – If you have any, kill them – It is the ethical thing to do!
Expanding global population threatens the future of our planet. In order to encourage others, you should stop producing children. If you already have children, then kill them. Post-birth abortions are supposedly ethical. This idea was floated on BMJ Journal of Medical Ethics.
4. Vaccinate your children, often – Enroll your entire tribe in vaccine trials – Use force if necessary
Your vaccine propaganda has included claims that an infant could safely take up to 1,00,000 hundred vaccines (Paul Offit, October 2005; Parents’ Pack newsletter; Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia). You should set an example to others by giving all those vaccines to your kids in public. There should be weekly elite vaccination camps.
All elites should be mandatorily enrolled in vaccine trials and experimental drugs. Drugs/vaccines proven safe after extensive testing on your crowd should only be released for general use.
Elites should be administered experimental vaccines by force if necessary.
Vaccinated populations seem to show high incidence of cancer, hypertension, and other diseases. Fertility rates are also decreasing among vaccinated populations. Many of them are turning homosexual or discovering alternative lifestyles that does not involve baby-making. Less population means less climate change. Go for it!
5. Eat less – Eat mass-produced plastic food made from recycled industrial waste – Eat roaches if you like non-vegetarian
We know you are gluttons. Many of you are overweight. Every meal you take at a restaurant could feed a Third-world family for a year. You should eat less. Preferably plastic food from McDonalds.
Eat trees if you are the type that seeks to be one with the Universe. MacDonald’s
saw dust cellulouse may look appealing to you.
6. Stop polluting the environment – Buy pollution control equipment – Use modern technologies
You own most of the world’s biggest polluters – factories, mines, etc. You cause most pollution. How about reducing that? How about installing pollution control equipment with your own money? Or using modern technologies that mitigate/avoid pollution?
7. Stop destroying forests and farmlands – Don’t throw economic hitmen on nations – Don’t threaten/attack/rape/kill/bribe!
You are acquiring forests and farmlands from poor people in Third World countries. How about stopping that? You are also hiring economic hitmen and thugs to drive out farmers and forest dwellers. You are bribing government officials, police and military. You are also overthrowing governments, politicians and anyone in your path. Stop that.
8. Stop hiding your income – Repatriate funds hidden abroad – Pay your fair share of taxes!
Individuals pay tax on their total income. Corporations pay tax only on profit before tax. You put all your expenses on the books of your companies, trusts and other cutouts and you pay little income tax. In fact, many of you show notional losses to pay no tax or even demand refunds from past payments. Even the profits generated by companies are held in tax havens abroad and are never repatriated. If you pay your fair share of taxes, it will help governments fund efforts to save the environment.
9. Contribute to save the environment – Pay Elite Carbon Tax – Carbon tax exclusively for elites!
Carbon tax should be exclusive for the elite. You own most of the wealth. Then, you should pay carbon tax, not the slaves. Carbon tax should be a top-down affair, affecting owners of polluting industries such as oil companies and miners, not consumers.
10. Give green technologies a chance – Don’t co-opt them and make them financially unviable
You control the banks and the lending. Your advisers mandate what technologies to choose and what equipment to buy. This increase the capital cost of implementing green technologies and makes them seem unviable.
Migrating Indian labour brings Bill Gates polio vaccine virus to the USA. OPV drops contain live viruses, possibly from a decommissioned US weapons stockpile. (UPDATE: It seems to have been deployed in the 2014 Syria conflict too.)
Every drop of Bill Gates polio vaccine (OPV) contains millions of live but “attenuated” virus. Unlike in the US, where they use IPV containing dead virus, India gets the Bill Gates vaccine which has live virus. The problem with live virus vaccine is that they are not attenuated enough and thousands of kids have been afflicted with paralysis in India.
The Indian health ministry and the World Health Organization (WHO) has swept all of these paralysis cases under the carpet by refusing to accept them as polio, preferring the term ACUTE FLACCID PARALYSIS (AFP) instead. http://www.npspindia.org/bulletin.pdf
Because the Bill Gates polio virus given to kids can transmit the virus to others, migrating Indian labour seem to be now infecting the US population. Like in India, health authorities there seem to be unwilling to accept the new paralysis cases as polio, preferring to terming them as polio-like syndrome. This is similar to the pseudo-science newspeak alternatives such as SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME (SIDS) used to mask diagnosis of kids who die immediately after receiving vaccines. Or the GULF WAR SYNDROME used to mask side effects caused by exposure to depleted uranium used in artillery shells. Or Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) used to camouflage exposure to the Dupont chemical Agent Orange used extensively in Indo-China to destroy forest foliage.
There are more disturbing news about the polio virus is that scientists are now successfully able to totally synthesized it artificially in a lab. In the Syrian conflict, al Qaeeda outfits armed by the US, UK, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Qatar seem to have deployed polio as a war tactic to punish civilian populations who refused to fight with them.
When it is clear that the oral polio vaccine (OPV) with live viruses is making the virus endemic in the population instead of eliminating it, why are they continuing to use it in Third World countries?
I think that US bio-weapons stocks with polio virus are getting decommissioned and Bill Gates is bringing financing from Third-World countries by misleading them to think that they are really saving their populations from polio.
In the 50s and 60s, US weapons manufacturers got rid of huge stocks of ammonium nitrate and other chemicals accumulated during the Second World War by asking Third World countries use them as fertilizers. Later, this was sold to unwitting masses as the Green Revolution. This lead to farmers becoming dependent on chemical fertilizers and pesticides and losing traditional knowledge on rejuvenating soil.
This kind of thing is going on all them time. US Department of Energy is trying to get rid of radioactive nuclear material as scrap for making belt buckles and other household articles. What if people get cancer? More money for the Rockefeller health industry!
Is someone at the Times reading the Moral Volcano in secret? Hello, are you there? Well, if you are, then, shame on you. You are pathetic. I don’t care much about Times of India but what you did to Economic Times is simply unpardonable. I have been reading the latter for over a decade now and I am saddened at what you have done to it. ET sucks, just like the Times of India, now.
Anyway, the latest “Times Campaign” is meant to get Bangaloreans defensive about their city. Bangalore is BORING. So, what, no big deal. Bangalore was originally a pensioner’s paradise and it was meant to be that way. Of course, the paradise is now totally lost and unrecognizable. If intoxicated drivers and late-night gang-war shootings are going to make it more exciting, then who wouldn’t want that? After all, what if some anti-liquor activist got hacked to pieces in the middle of the road in broad daylight? No big deal. What was the point of that old dude Gandhi leading a campaign against alcohol more than half a century ago? Nothing.
Biocon chief Kiran Mazumdar Shaw is leading the charge against the newly inaugurated “boring tag”. Wasn’t she snubbed by officialdom when Metro was inaugurated? No, no. She is so altruistic that she doesn’t care about all that.
Because the police is understaffed, bars and discos have to shut down before midnight. This most likely inconveniences Shaw’s foreign visitors. So, she is offering to help Bangalore once again by helping booze flow through the night! Oh, puhleeeease! Could you slack off a bit more and help us a little less, please? With your company’s clinical trials, only some people might get hurt. With 24-hour booze, everyone will face danger.
Bangalore City spends more on new infrastructure than on regular services and maintenance. Streets are filled with potholes. Conservancy workers are not getting paid and the garbage is piled everywhere.
Like all other Metro projects, the Bangalore Metro was designed to drain funds from state and city budgets and also to get governments mired in to debt. After all that expense and inconvenience, it looks like the elevated rail will not last longer than 10 year, as it seems to have been built with fake sand.
Because of our hopeless exchange rate, foreign money lenders wanting to plug into our tax collection system are only interested in very very big infrastructure projects.
Bangalore City spends more than it earns and is unable to repay loans. Malleswaram market, Public Utility Building on MG Road, KR Market, and many other public properties have been pledged with banks.
BBMP exists only for infrastructure projects. They have no time for citizens of this city.
Karnataka CM Siddaramiah has refused to help BBMP because its mayor is a BJP guy. BJP and Congress play their little petty games and ordinary citizens are the losers. Maybe this is why we need to vote for Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). [Communist Party of India (Stalinist) led by the Moral Volcano will overthrow our Fascist system and execute all imperialist stooges at a more convenient time. I am currently busy with The Slave App browser for Android app. The revolution will have to wait.] BBMP has resorted to hiring drummers in order to create a scene and shame tax defaulters into paying, selectively of course.
Times of India says the police is not really needed on the streets. Instead, shops and establishments should be allowed to operate 24 hours and there will always be people on the streets. Let’s consider that for a moment.
Because of the great increase in traffic and economic activity over the last few decades, air, water and land in Bangalore has become extremely polluted. An unmanageable amount of garbage is being generated and unscientifically being disposed. It is only during the night that there is some respite. With 24 hours of non-stop activity, Bangalore will be permanently covered by smog like in many cities in China are right now. Don’t the idiots at the Times know this? [Funnily enough, The Economic Times aped The Economist and has an data intelligence unit. Let those guys look at this proposal. Okay, fools?… The Times Group has in the past tried infringe on the Financial Times (London) trademark. They do a lot of things like that.] Untreated sewage goes into the Cauvery. Now, a high-speed rail link to Mysore is planned with foreign aid. Can Bangalore cope up with all this?
Has anyone looked at the numbers? Of course, not. This is most likely a plug for the liquor industry. Just like the Kolaveri viral campaign that Times seems to have inaugurated for Sony Entertainment.
Bangalore has great infrastructure. It also has exceptionally good revenue streams to maintain adequate services. The government should say that development in Bangalore is over and anyone who has any complaints should move to Tier-2 cities and towns. That is how you bring development to new places. If all development is to be focused in Bangalore, we will all have to live in boxes like in Tokyo or Shanghai or Beijing. (Of course, that is one of the globalist aims – denser cities.)
What about the booze question? All shops and establishments, except essential services such as hospitals and pharmacies, should close at 6 pm. This is the case in many Western countries. [Of course, Indians and other immigrants who go to Western countries as workers and officials are changing all that.] There is a bar in every office. Works stops at 6 pm and then the party begins and goes on until people are tired and go home. That is a humane system, where humans are being respected as humans, not as animals in an industrialized farm.] And, if anyone there works for a minute extra, they will have to be paid double pay for over time or the management pays huge penalties. It is in beggar countries like India where employees want to pay as little as possible but make employees work as long as possible. Why don’t employers bring labour treatment to international standards first?
Bar and restaurants in Bangalore should be allowed to function until 9 pm. Everyone gets a good night’s sleep and society will be in a better mood in the morning. Roads will be emptied of traffic pretty early and the city will become livable again.
With 24-hour operations, all services will be stretched. Retail and hospitality employees are going to overworked and exploited. People will always be on the edge, ready to blow their top. Incessant honking and road rage will be the norm.
Uber-crony-capitalists from the House of Rothschilds are the main force behind this infrastructure spending spree. They control world’s central banks, multi-lateral lending institutions and big banks. The Rothschilds have figured out that governments have a lot of money and know exactly how to take it. They come up with expensive infrastructure projects and pitch them to state and local governments. To sweeten the deal for politicians and bureaucrats, they bring in financing from aid agencies such as World Bank and IMF. Once this “financing” is in place, no cost-benefit analysis is not done by the officials. There is no bidding. The deal is rammed through without public participation, debate or scrutiny. It is in these situations that I think they place calls to people like Kiran Mazumdar Shaw. These people, wittingly and unwittingly, lend their good name and add vocal support for these budget-bursting schemes.
Take this pilot project, for example, to supply water for a few towns in Bangalore. The last line in the article hides the bombshell – Rs. 1800 crores for just three towns. Who pays for them? The usual suspects would be – you, the taxpayer. But, there will be a stage when the government has no money to pay the French firm. What happens then? Well, the consumers will have to pay!
People cut a lot of slack for Ms. Shaw because she is a woman. She needs no sympathy. Save it for the more unfortunate people in our country of which there are hundreds of millions. Ms. Shaw is an extremely rich person and a CEO of a listed SENSEX company. Would she be so dumb that she can’t follow the money trail in these deals? Does she really think that we are so gullible that we would want to get rid of the bogus “boring Bangalore tag” and support for the Times campaign?
In all these campaigns, they always use a Western example to support their case. So, let’s deal with that too. The finances of the California state in the US is in shambles. Crony capitalists, government officials and politicians are defrauding it in all kinds of ways. While the state can’t pay for schools or teachers, there is plenty of money for other useless expenses that go to private contractors.
For more, read the book Best Democracy Money Can Buy by Greg Palast. Also, read Greg Palast’s latest expose Larry Summers and the Secret “End-Game” Memo (http://www.gregpalast.com/larry-summers-and-the-secret-end-game-memo/).
Christopher Bollyn of the American Free Press says that Palast is a relative of former Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu and that somehow implies that Palast is an undercover operative. I think Palast is great and is doing a good service for humanity. We need more people like him – real journalists – and less of the jokers that run ET.
Harm caused by Gardasil vaccine may be all ‘over’ the news but most people will not read about it.
The current trend of using live viruses in vaccines is the problem. It is anti-science but paid scientists turn the issue on its head and claim those opposed to these vaccines are the ones who are anti-science.
Already used in India. Globalists want to cite this as a success and implement it all other countries.