In one word: VERY.
Evidence No. 1: FIELD FRESH
The Field Fresh website seems to imply that it is a simple tie-up between the Del Monte group, based in the Philippines, and Bharti Enterprises (best known as for its transnational telecom brand, Airtel), based in India. But under the surface is a "partnership" that includes the elusive E.L. Rothschild Ltd.
The ELR website doesn't help. But one scribd.com document on Field Fresh, says unequivocally that "Del Monte Pacific's partners in FieldFresh Foods Pvt. Ltd. are the well-respected Bharti Enterprises and EL Rothschild Limited."
To make matters worse for farmers (and other producers) Bharti Enterprises has also brought Walmart into the Indian retail market.
Evidence No. 2: International Affairs Fellowship
The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is said to be the fountainhead of continuity in US foreign policy - as well as at the centre of every New World Order (NWO) conspiracy theory in that country.
Apparently the CFR has a programme called the International Affairs Fellowship in India (IAF). According to the CFR website, "the IAF in India enables several outstanding young leaders to expand their professional horizons and enhance their understanding of India by spending up to a year on policy oriented research or related professional activity in India."
Only thing is that the Rothschilds sponsored the first International Affairs Fellowship in India (IAF) throught a front called the ERANDA Foundation.
Evidence No. 3: ICICI and UID
This is the crazy part, the smack on the face of every Indian...
There were two host for the recipients of the very first IAF fellowship in India: First is the Centre for Insurance and Risk Management (CIRM) - a dubious "social initiative" front for the ICICI banking group, and second is the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (ISDA) - a think-tank funded entirely by the Indian Ministry of Defence.
For the novice this may be all coincidences but for the ones that follow the ways of these uber-elites, this is prime conspiracy material. (I admit I am not above feeling uneasy.)
ICICI, essentially a non-Indian entity, is a kind of cesspool incubating this hellish takeover of the nation's sovereignty... starting with the much-lauded Unique Identity (UID) Card... which (inexplicably) has Pravir Vohra, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of ICICI on the UDAI Biometrics Committee. Go straight to page 23 of the Biometrics Design Standards for UID Applications document.
I am sure there is a perfectly rational explanation for the presence of a banker on the committee... but I am a wee bit worried about coincidence of the overlapping interests of IAF, UID and ICICI.
If you haven't noticed yet, "Expanding Access to Financial Services in Rural India" was the topic on which Luke A. Bronin (hosted by CIRM) received the IAF fellowship...
This exact aim of "expanding financial services to rural India" is also ostensibly among the key aims of BOTH the Unique Id scheme as well as the ICICI Foundation.
(Update: An ICICI manager has been questioned by India's Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in connection with the Rs170,000 crore 2G Spectrum scam. It seems that ALL 7 telecom firms embroiled in the infamous affair has accounts in ICICI - and ALL of them transfered massive amounts of money in 2006-07.)
Evidence No. 4: The Challenge of India, London 2007
Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, Founder and Chief Executive of E L Rothschild LLC, listening to Dr J. J. Irani, Director of Tata Sons
Apparently the who's who of Indian industry spoke on the nation's future. Among them was Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, Founder and Chief Executive of E L Rothschild LLC.
The event was organised by none other than - and I would never have guessed this in a million years - Tehelka!
There is no one that I can trust... and with due apologies to the McDonald brothers, I'm not loving this... Not one bit.
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