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Thursday, April 13, 2017

India is the test model for the NWO template. And it’s happening faster than one would expect.

It certainly took everyone in India by surprise. But then, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a flair for the dramatic. In an unexpected primetime address on Tuesday, he announced that in a few hours, millions of high-denomination currency notes would no longer be legal tender.

It was the only way, he insisted, to deal with “the disease” of unaccounted-for income — or “black money,” as it’s called in India. “Your money will remain yours,” he assured a stunned citizenry — as long as you get around to depositing it in post offices sometime over the next several weeks.
March 16, 2017

Mumbai: A new internet is being built: it has 1.1 billion users, a third of the world wide web. Indian banks are running transactions on it and Microsoft has embedded it into Skype.
The biometric identifier program Aadhaar — or “foundation” in Hindi — has taken on a life of its own, authenticating loans and job seekers, pensions and money transfers across India. And last week’s landslide state election win could embolden

Prime Minister Narendra Modi to push Aadhaar beyond its early cost-saving goal, even as questions are raised about the security of its data and the proliferation of private companies seeking to profit from the information it stores.

So, in just 4 months, one of the most densely populated countries on planet earth has implemented not one, but two policies that NWO conspiracists have warned us about for years.

The concern generated by policies that give governments more control over a citizen’s ability to purchase in anonymity, while at the same time giving the government a method to track the citizen through checkpoints of daily/weekly/monthly activities should be viewed as legitimate.

Ever increasing examples of corrupt government colluding with corporations and banks on a global scale, (see Libor as recent example) coupled with media outlets that are constantly and blatantly lying to citizens points to a fairly logical conclusion.

We are giving up everything to a system that cannot and should not…be trusted.
Let’s wait and see how it plays out in India will be the most common reaction to this post. But I would remind the reader that the citizens of India were given no warning at all before the first development.
As we watch ex-Goldman Sachs members take over more and more of the most important positions in the current White House administration we need to start asking ourselves some difficult questions.
Questions like –

Has our government earned or lost our trust overall?
Have central banks given us any reason to trust them?
Have oversight procedures regarding the two most powerful entities in our country been successful?
When we look at the constant rash of scandals repeated time and time again the answers are quite obvious.

More importantly, we need to start having public discourse regarding the possible answers to those questions. We may not have as much time as we once thought.

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