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On the IL&FS Crisis (India)

In 2018, Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Limited (IL&FS), a private Indian company, began defaulting to lenders. This company is known for having completed some of the biggest public infrastructure projects of India. The Government of India responded by having two major Government owned shareholders of the company, the State Bank of India and the Life Insurance Corporation of India, inject Rs. 7500 crore (US$ 1056.34 million) claiming that this would ensure “Government control” of the debt ridden company, which...

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Who’s the Inspiration?

Yesterday, a subreddit dedicated to urban exploration posted a recent photograph of an abandoned synagogue (see above). A video of the same shows a plaque which dates the place to the 1920s. It is in Liverpool, UK. The following happens to be the layout of the British Parliament (The House of Commons). To quote a commenter, [……….] All you need is some fancy green/red leather padding on the seats and an ostentatious mace and Her Majesty’s Government has a backup...

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Reading Into Call of Duty: Black Ops III

Ever since the first-person shooter Call of Duty started embedding clues about the plans and activities of the Powers That Be in its plot story-lines, I started paying attention to their newest releases, particularly those of the Black Ops franchise. Ardent readers will note that one Black Ops II chapter was called “Fallen Angel.” And it revealed to us that Pakistan would be infested with drones. Two years later, Pakistan would showcase a drone which was meant to be used...

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The Strange Case of the Jihadi with a Satanic Tattoo

On 15th December 2012, a team of nine “terrorists” attacked Peshawar International Airport. Armed to the teeth, the attackers hit the airport with rockets, killing four civilians and injuring many more. There would have been huge casualties if they had managed to enter the Airport, and maybe even damage to civilian aircraft. But thanks to the alertness of security personnel, they failed to do so. Five of the attackers were killed in the ensuing gun battle. But two of them appeared to...

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Maududi on the Partition of British India; April 1947

The partition of the Indian Subcontinent in 1947 was  a conspiracy which resulted in the largest mass migration in human history, with up to 14.5 million people crossing borders. More than 1.5 million people ended up being killed in the accompanying communal violence, and the structure of the Indo-Islamic Civilization that characterized the Indian subcontinent was changed for the worse. The following article highlights the opposition to the partition by Sayyid Maududi, a Muslim religious leader. His voice of sanity...

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How the Mughals viewed the British

Establishment historians portray the British Empire in India as a testament to British industry, British values, British discipline and general British superiority over the native people. They also credit the British with the creation of modern India, implying that the civilization and economy of pre-British India was superseded by the “natural” rules of evolution and survival. The following is a view from the other side. From 17th Century Mughal India, where the British East India Company had just set shop, and had...

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Are there References to the Bavarian Illuminati in Islamic Canonical Literature?

The Illuminati as we know it today is a Western phenomenon. It is also a fairly recent one, with its official founding taking place in the year 1776 in Bavaria, Germany. Islamic Canonical Literature, namely the Quran and the Hadith, date back to 7th century Arabia. The possibility that they predict and describe a phenomenon that started being noticed approximately 1400 years later defy rationalism, unless you are a believer.

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Pakistan develops Drone for its War on……Pakistan!

The Pakistani military-political leadership has developed its own missile-firing drone, which is being deployed against its own citizens! This dirty work was originally entrusted to American drones and American drone operators, operating under the guise of the so-called “War on Terror”. But now The Powers That Be have such faith in the Pakistani leadership’s ability to wage war against its own citizens that this task is being entrusted with them. There is even more to the story. A first person shooter released...

There's a Catcher in there, BEWARE!
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Is there really a Cliff in the Rye Field? A critical interpretation of one of the most memorable literary memes

This article is a derivative of my original article on J.D. Salinger, produced for the Henry Makow website (It is recommended reading the original article before this one, for some perspective). The focus of this article is the most famous lines in The Catcher in the Rye, those of the protagonist Holden Caulfield talking to his sister. The title of the book is derived from these lines. It is important to note that this book actually is a very intense personal story,...

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Room 237 Review-Analysis

In 2009, conspiracy theorist Jay Weidner wrote up an interesting article on how the moon landings may have been produced and directed by the enormously talented film director Stanley Kubrick. And that Stanley Kubrick’s later horror movie The Shining had been filled with clues about his role in the moon landings. As readers may be aware, Hollywood movies do contain subtle clues about what’s going on in the real world, but these are mainly to poke fun at the naiveté...

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On the Creepy Sedlec Ossuary

Sometime back, I received a chain email about the Sedlec Ossuary, claiming that the bones used in this Roman Catholic chapel were the bones of Muslims. This post intends to give a broader perspective on the strange architectural tastes of the creators of this nightmare.