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SUBRAMANIAN SWAMY ON DEMONETISATION

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Subramanian Swamy’s Speech On Black Money at CA Institue of INDIA

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Here are my top 10 Reasons,for feeling betrayed by Modi Gov. What is yours?

Pl. join the resistance against cheaters and fake Hindus. Kanimozhi stands in the forefront, a sincere and brave lady. We have a new Jansi ki RaaNi!

By Kanimozhi ( @kanimozhi in twitter)

1. No action against Crooks from UPA, but they are protected like Lalu.
2. No action again Media Dalal who looted the country or murdereres like Tharoor.
3. No action against those looted Public Sector Banks.
4. Not a single FIR filed against those looted my nation for decades.
5. RTE not Repealed. No action what so ever.
6. Hindu Temple aren’t given freedom, while it gonna be taxed now.
7. No initiative to repeal article 370 or to implement Uniform Civil code.
8. Anti Conversion bill not even discussed forget brining to to Parliament.
9. Forget building Ram Mandir, not even fast track court or support on Day to Day hearing.
10. Disparity Discriminiation and Appeasement Continues in full thoratle
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HOW LONG ARE INDIANS GOING TO BE OBSESSED WITH MODI – REMEMBER WE WERE ONCE OBSESSED WITH INDIRA, NEHRU & GANDHI BEFORE THAT?

1.By the time of 2014 general election the Congress corruption had reached its zenith and had made it weak.  But the pusillanimous LKA leadership was despised both by the BJP cadres as well as the RSS.

2. So there was no match between the two opposing political groups and the prospect for BJP to win the election was bleak in spite of the corruption of the Congress and its weak PM.

3. Ram Janmabhumi movement gained prominence for BJP and brought it to power albeit in a minority situation, while the Mandir issue got bogged down in the SC.

4. The gruesome burning of Kar Sevaks and the subsequent anger of Hindus against the Muslim community was brutally suppressed by Modi but the society was politically divided.

5. LKA tried this time to be more secular and praised Jinnah!  Perhaps to convince the SC to escape conviction but it brought him into direct conflict with the RSS.

6. It was crystal clear and a bold writing on the wall that the BJP cadres and the Hindus at large wont trust LKA. He thoroughly lost their trust.

7. The BJP leadership badly needed a leader who could exploit the weak sitution of the UPA but LKA was not the one yet he resisted.

8. Modi is a great orator, however he had few friends within BJP who only treated him as a head peon for over 20 years.

9. Modi had never visited the parliament even once when he was the CM of Gujarat as he was hounded by Sonia.

10. She knew his power of oration and had tried to keep him within Gujarat and succeeded greatly.

11. RSS and Dr. Swamy had taken the initiative to project Modi and taking adantage of this Advani’s men had silently deserted him.

12. The 5 men Coterie within the BJP calculated that with Modi’s leadership they can be largest single party overtaking Congress.

13. But the enthusiasm and the gathering events have given BJP a vast majority reducing the opposition to a grouping in Rajya Sabha.

14. Modi formed his cabinet surprisingly elbowing out those who would have made a difference from the past. Dr. Swamy was left out.

15. There were two reasons: One was that he was afraid of educated and principled people. Another was his dependency on corrupt old guards.

16. People were impressed with what he had promised and were not ready to give him up.

17. How generous were they in giving him time again and again against each others’ wish?

18. However he betrayed those who voted him especially the Hindus wo supported him with selflessness & faith.

19. People were first saying that Modi will assert and reconsitute the cabinet for a real change. So we waited.

20. He made no change and the old guards ran amok protecting Sonia clique and corrupt ‘babus’ ruled the roost again.

21. Modi knows no economics and no politics beyond the rural Gujarat. The foreign leaders came in droves and found this out to their glee!

22. Modi knew that becoming an exporter of materials would make India richer rather than exporting men as skilled labors.

23. So he embarked on a world tour that lasted over 2 years but there were promises of investment but only on real estates.

24. In the meantime he had lost Delhi, Bihar, Tamilnadu, Kerala and W.Bengal. Not much road made into Andhra or Telengana.

25. Using his ignorance and absence and the help of corrupt babus the enterprenors legally looted the banks and defaulted.

26. Hundreds of lakhs of crores of fixed deposits were coming up to be repaid but raising interest rates to keep them would kill the economy.

27. So the demonetization was devised by which people were told to keep their money in the bank at the risk of losing them.

28. This let off the defaulters free and govt did not have to embark on monetary easing to prevent bank run and price rise.

29. People were starting to express their frustration on his refusal to go after Sonia and Co to retrieve trillion $$ looted.

30. Advani refuses to inquire into the dual citizenship of Rahul Gandhi or the loot of Prianka and her husband. Modi wont touch other Congressmen such as P.Chidambaram.

31. At this juncture Modi cannot change course overnight and the motion he had set for himself will only add steam to what he has started.

32. Globally he joined the left wing countries like China & Russia & pursuing Globalism against the trend set by two two great economic giants – US and UK.

33. His globalist friends consist right from Hillary-Obama clique who are facing jail term to neo-imperialist China that is encircling us.

34. Included in the friends are Russia’s Putin who is a dictator and who wont last long given Russia’s tradition.

35. Just like North Korea being bankrupted by isolation, Iran will feel the wrath of the US and the Sunni states.

36. Though N.Korea is not India’s friend but of China’s which is a member of BRICS nations, Iran is ours as we are dependent on its oil.

37. Without oil the defence of a country will be in shambles. Not a truck or ship will move. This puts us in direct opposition to the US and Israel.

38. Other countries such as Brazil, South Africa & India have no client States to lean on and so they are not superpowers.

39. They are more depedednt on western economy than their new found BRICS friends.

40. And so in this new alliance the triangle of India-Pakistan-China become the the cornerstone of inimicalism, not friendship.

41. Anti-Globalism is bringing back our exported labor replaced by the labor forces of respective countries. This is a vital principle of anti-globalism.

42. The market for finished goods lie in the anti-global west and it is staggeringly shrinking.  Modi cant control it.

43. Opportunities for India that Modi had created by his two year long world tour is not promising. It’s a mirage.

44. Land yourself in this mirage and you will be scorched to death pretty fast.

45. Modi’s fortunes are dwindling. Will Indians sink with him or free itself of him?

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Swedish prosecutors drop Assange rape probe

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/international-business/swedish-prosecutors-drop-assange-rape-probe/articleshow/58750134.cms

May 19 (Reuters) – Swedish prosecutors have dropped an investigation of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange over a rape allegation, but British police said he would still be arrested if he left the Ecuadorean embassy in London where he has been holed up.

The following is a timeline of the most important events surrounding the case and WikiLeaks:

June 7, 2010 – The U.S. military says Army Specialist Bradley Manning, who was deployed to Baghdad, has been arrested in connection with the release of a classified video showing a 2007 U.S. helicopter attack that killed a dozen people, including two Reuters news staff, in the Iraqi capital. Accused of leaking government files to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks and of aiding the enemy – identified as al Qaeda – Manning faces a court-martial in September 2012.

July 25 – More than 91,000 documents, most of them secret U.S. military reports about the war in Afghanistan, are released by WikiLeaks.org. In October, WikiLeaks releases another 400,000 classified military files chronicling the war in Iraq from 2004 to 2009, the largest leak of its kind in U.S. military history.

Nov. 18 – A Swedish court orders Assange‘s detention due to an investigation by a Swedish prosecutor into allegations against him of rape, sexual molestation and unlawful coercion.

Nov. 28 – WikiLeaks releases thousands of U.S. diplomatic cables that include candid views of foreign leaders and blunt assessments of security threats.

Dec. 7 – Assange is arrested by British police on a European warrant issued by Sweden and held in jail after a judge refuses to grant bail. Bail, set at 200,000 pounds, is eventually granted on Dec. 16.

Aug. 25, 2011 – WikiLeaks releases thousands of previously unpublished U.S. diplomatic cables from its cache of more than 250,000 State Department reports.

Oct. 24 – Assange says WikiLeaks will have to stop publishing secret cables and devote itself to fund-raising.

Nov. 2 – Britain’s High Court rules Assange should be extradited to Sweden. A month later, Assange is given permission to appeal. However, the court backs Assange’s extradition to Sweden in May 2012 over alleged sex crimes. Assange appeals in June, but it is rejected.

June 19, 2012- Assange takes refuge in Ecuador’s embassy in London and asks for political asylum to avoid extradition to Sweden. Police say the next day he faces arrest for breaking the conditions of his bail.

Aug. 16 – Ecuador grants Assange political asylum.

Nov. 20, 2014 – A Swedish appeals court upholds a lower court’s rejection of an appeal by Assange to revoke the detention order, but called on prosecutors to make more effort to question him.

March 13, 2015 – After years of insisting Assange must go to Stockholm for questioning, Swedish prosecutors said they want to interview him at Ecuador’s London embassy.

May 11 – The Swedish Supreme Court also upholds the decision to reject Assange’s appeal to revoke the detention order.

Aug. 13 – Swedish prosecutors drop investigations into the allegations of sexual assault against Assange because they had run out of time to bring charges but continue with investigations over the rape allegation.

Sept. 16, 2016 – A Swedish appeals court turns down another request by Assange to review the detention order.

Nov. 14-15 – Assange is interviewed at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. A Swedish prosecutor posed the questions through an Ecuadorian prosecutor.

Jan. 5, 2017 – Swedish prosecutors say they have received a transcript of the November questioning.

March 17 – Federal prosecutors in Alexandria, Virginia, have expanded a long-running grand jury investigation into WikiLeaks.
April 2 – Lenin Moreno wins Ecuador’s presidential election. His conservative opponent had vowed to remove Assange from the embassy.

April 13 – CIA Director Mike Pompeo calls WikiLeaks a “hostile intelligence service”, using his first public speech as spy agency chief to denounce leakers who have plagued U.S. intelligence.
May 3 – Assange’s lawyer again requests a Swedish court to rescind the detention order.
May 19 – Swedish prosecutors say they are dropping their investigation into Assange over the rape allegation, saying there were no further avenues to pursue to take the investigation forward. London police say he will still be arrested if he leaves the embassy building. (Editing by Gareth Jones)
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