15 Jan 2012

Now the Rothschilds endorse Nandan Nilekani's UID

When the House of Uber Profiteers - the Rothschilds - endorse something, it is usually reason enough to step back and consider their dark motives.

I had posted before about how E.L. Rothschild, based in Mumbai, has almost covertly acquired a large interest in the agriculture sector of India. And later, I'd focused on their creeping tentacles as the company's adopted some of the sinister features of an earlier heavily financed 'agriculturist-cum-government consultant' called the East India Company.

Yesterday, 14 Jan 2012, the Rothschild's very own shills at The Economist began to fawn and drool all over Nandan Nilekani's UID programme (audio clip below), with its stated intention of bio-tagging the unskilled and semi-skilled population in rural India as the ONLY means to bring them out of poverty...

Lynn Forester de Rothschild has been a non-executive director of The Economist Group since in October 2002. Her husband, Evelyn de Rothschild was chairman of the publication from 1972 to 1989. And the Rothschild family are key owners of The Economist Group.

Just listen to these patronising limeys (notice the BBC-like tone)...

There's an equally condescending online article touting the UID as a panacea of all India's ills accompanying the above audio clip.

If the involvement of the Rothschild gang of shylocks is not enough reason to suspect the very intention of the UID project, how about the well informed facts - not posturing or rhetoric - presented by some highly informed former Indian government, defence and national security officers?

The individuals in the following 30-odd minute video are:
- Col. (retd) Mathew Thomas, Former Head of Missile Manufacturing Establishment, Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO)
- Satish Chandra, Former Deputy National Security Advisor
- Dr. R Balasubramaniam, Former Special Investigator (PDS), Lok Ayukta, Karnataka
- J.T. D'Souza, Managing Director of SPARC Systems Limited (a biometrics technology company)

Watch (pardon the inconsistent sound quality) as they take the rose-tinted glasses off the view presented by the fraudster-minions above and systematically expose the UID project for the sinister and blatant deception that it is.

My sincere thanks to amateur film-makers Abhay, Ajay and Prashant for this hugely informative must-see documentary.

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