Feb 25, 2023·edited Feb 25, 2023

Thanks for watching that, Doc. Shiv! Yes, this is like the Road Runner Show. The Coyotes are **ALWAYS** trying. With utterly deadly intent. Trouble is, Eternal Victory Over The Coyote is not guaranteed in real life. They need to win only once, as Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Vijayanagaram, Hampi etc found out. One has to come up with Effective Deterrents. And apply them. Generously disproportionately and pre-emptively.

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Feb 23, 2023·edited Feb 23, 2023

Good to hear Prof. Komerath again. He is right in saying that the India stock market is shallow. When a market crash deeply affect a nations economy, Soros type games would work better. Secondly, in most corrupt, elite led nations like Pak and Sri Lanka making the elite lose money would hit the poor because the elite would further squeeze the poor. India currently, under Modi is nothing like that. A stock market loss does not touch the economy that is mostly out of it. Soros has been directly hit by Modi in the way India has cracked down on foreign NGO funding. Soros' modus operandi is a pincer to fund rebellion via the poor while shaking up the ruling elite. Both tactics have been rendered ineffective by Modi. Demonetization and the digital economy makes it very difficult to push funds in for gaandmasti as they say in France. That is why Soros hates Modi.


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thank you for your comments, doc. this is a one-two attack on hindus and india. it's not going to stop because a) hindus are considering subhuman by semiticist types, b) india is standing up and not genuflecting to the 'liberal rules based international order' so much any more. so the answer is to defenstrate modi and bring in the italians, as well as to make hindu americans un-hireable, as per the seattle council resolution.

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Feb 26, 2023·edited Feb 26, 2023

Good to hear from two of the most interesting (ex 😞) BRF posters. I might add something I have mentioned in a WhatsApp group to Prof Rajeev:

In 2004, the winning formulae for liberal/globalists was to use a few rich Indian states (undivided AP) to build up a war chest for lok sabha elections.

In a post 911 world with lots more controls on drug trade, this seem to be strategy for funding regime changes:

1) Use rich provinces/states’ corruption money to fill a national election war chest

2) Short the markets using a combo of political pressure/allegations and generate legit money, all in the open

Of the two options above, 1) is not an option because even Maharashtra fell out of orbit of oppposition. Rest like WB are not that rich. Only TN remains. Which is interesting because the most famous example of dabbling in markets was by Rajaratnam of Galleon Hedge funds to allegedly raise funds for El Puli Locos

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