What’s in a name; Albert Bourla

Last Updated on February 25, 2023 by Hamad Subani

With Covid vaccines estimated to have killed 13 million people worldwide, its time to take a second look at some of the public faces associated with this nightmare. Such as the literal public face of the entire project, Albert Bourla, the head of Pfizer. According to his official bio, he happens to be of Sephardic-Jewish origin, born in Salonica/Thessaloniki.

In ancient times, this place was a Phoenician outpost. In modern times, it has been associated with the massacre of the last Ottoman Jannissaries (the crypto-Phoenician takeover of the Ottoman Empire). It also happens to be the birthplace of Mustafa Kemal (the destroyer of Ottoman Turkey).

Albert Bourla. Would you buy a used car from him?

The folks at aim4truth have come up with more interesting information. To quote,

A seminal backdrop to this story is that the Burla family may be as close to Jewish royalty as one can get in then Palestine / Israel.

Rabbi Israel Burla (d. 1798) was one of Jerusalem’s leading scholars in that time.

Rabbi Yosef Nissim Burla (1828-1903) and Rabbi Yehuda Burla (1886-1969) were leaders of the Sephardic Jews in Jerusalem and close Zionist collaborators with Lords Rothschild, Sir Moses Montefiore, Deputies of the British Jews, Col. Charles Henry Churchill and the British government to revive a Jewish homeland controlled by the British—a British colony of Anglophile secular Jews.

Hayyim Jacob Burla (ca. 1847-1929), emissary to North Africa, Tripoli, Morocco; preacher.
Jacob Hai Ben Judah Burla (d. 1892). Jerusalem cantor, founded Hemed Bahurim Society for evening and Sabbath study.

But are there more Burlas lurking around?

In an earlier book, I noted that the “Mongol” barbarian Amir Timur emerged from a little known clan known as Barlas. Unlike other Mongol clans, the Barlas preferred the easy life of landed aristocrats, and were not that comfortable with camping on horseback. New theories link the name Timur with Tamar/Tadmor/Palmyra, an ancient Phoenician stronghold in present-day Syria. So our barbarian was actually a crypto-Phoenician. Putting things into perspective, Albert Bourla is just short of 4 million kills to reach Timur’s legacy of 17 million kills, which amounted to 5% of the then world’s population.

A facial reconstruction of the barbarian Amir Timur, from his entombed mummy. He was from the Barlas clan, a play on the Bourla name.

Another person closely linked to Albert Bourla is Ugur Sahin and his wife.

Ugur Sahin and his wife. Would you buy a used car from this couple?

He is being sold as Turkish Muslim. He was born in Iskenderun, north of Phoenicia. One little detail that stands out is the fact that he is an Alevi Muslim. Closely related to the Alevis are the Alawites, whom most Muslims consider to be diabolical imposters. In fact, Ugur Sahin’s hometown in Turkey is an Alawite stronghold. Alawites dominate the coast of Syria (read: old Phoenicia). Despite being a mere 10% of the total Syrian population, they were imposed on the Syrian people as the de facto ruling elite by Western powers following the destruction of the Ottoman Empire.

One such notable Alawite is Syria’s very own Hitler, Bashar al-Assad, who is devoted to reducing the Sunni Muslim population of Syria while the world watches on. In a span of less than a decade, he and his fellow Alawites have reduced the Sunni population of Syria by approximately 13 million, with most of them becoming refugees on the run, being internally displaced or getting killed. It is important to digress and understand what this is all about.

Syria’s butcher President Bashar al-Assad is also an Alawite.
The coming “New Phoenicia.”

Remember Greater Israel? the dream sold to Zionists that they would be made the masters of the Levant? (With Western support, of course). There is however a twist. The Levant is already under Phoenician control since the last century. Now they want to amalgamate ancient Phoenicia, comprising of Lebanon, Israel, Syria and Jordan as one unified entity. However, this wont be Greater Israel. This will be New Phoenicia. The only plausible opposition can come from Sunni Muslims, as most other groups are already under Phoenician control (or are Phoenician creations). Lebanon is a surrogate state with apathetic, surrogate citizenry who get robbed by their state in daylight. Israel is under their control and Israeli citizenry is being forced into biometrics and vaccines using the pre-existing “checkpoint culture.” Bashar al-Assad is busy genociding the Sunni Muslim population of Syria. The only “real” sovereign nation among these four was Jordan, but in 1999, their king died. He made the mistake of marrying into mongrel “British” cryptos, so you know who his successors are. Nevertheless the largely Sunni citizenry of Jordan are expected to be a problem. So at some point, Israel (and its Western allies) will go to war with them (and with Syria and Lebanon as well). The end result will be the complete destruction of Sunni Muslims in the region, as well as the Zionists (surprise surprise). The UN will be called in to administer the region for “establishing peace,” and this region will be the first place on earth to be directly and permanently administered by the UN. This is where they will embark on their quest for a World Government, or a Greater, Global Phoenicia. No surprise that the same folks in the Vaccine project overlap with the folks in this project.

Are we done with the Bourlas? Not yet.

There is the Birla family, who used to be India’s biggest industrialists when the British left. We are told they are Marwadis from Rajasthan, but it is more like North-East Rajasthan, bordering the Spookdom of the Punjab. Here (1, 2)is how they made their start:

G. D. Birla, the son of Baldeo Das Birla.

Later, Britain vigorously fostered the trade of opium with China and developed the cultivation of poppy in India. The Ratlam-Mandsaur region (not far from Ahemdabad) became prime poppy cropland due to suitable soil and climate. Shiv Narayan Birla and his adopted son, Baldeo Das Birla, made an enormous fortune by trading opium with China, and this formed the basis of the family’s fortune. With growing wealth and increasing confidence, Shiv Narayana Birla moved up the value chain and began chartering cargo ships in partnership with other Marwadi tradesmen to trade opium with China, thus by-passing British middlemen. To facilitate this, he moved to Bombay in 1863.

And elsewhere regarding a firm associated with the early Birlas,

Tarachand Ghanshyamdas was a famous Marwari trading firm that flourished from 1791 to 1957. It is believed to have been responsible to introducing many of now famous Marwari clans from Shekhawati to national and international business field. The grandfathers of both G.D. Birla and Lakshmi Mittal worked for great Tarachand Ghanshyamdas while grandfather of Raja Baldeo Das Birla worked at the great Ganeriwala Firm.

Tarachand Ghanshyamdas in 1870, had offices at Kolkata, Mumbai, Amritsar, the Malwa opium belt of Madhya Pradesh and elsewhere. Another great Marwari firm Sevaram Ramrikhdas, employed the RPG Group patriarch, Rama Prasad Goenka’s grandfather’s great-grandfather, Ramdutt. The division division of Sevaram Ramrikhdas resulted in independent branches of that family at Kanpur, Mirzapur, Farrukhabad and Kolkata; the Singhanias are descendants of the Kanpur branch.

The firm initially dealt in woolen garments. In the early 19th century many Marwari merchants settled in Calcutta. Opium soon became a major commodity. The records of “Sevaram Ramrikhdas”, a Marwari firm based out of Mirzapur in 1830s show opium to have been their major commodity. Tarachand Ghanshyamdas had several branches in the opium tracts of Malwa. Opium sales were Legalized in Hong Kong in 1845 after the British defeated China in the First Opium War. The opium trade was expanded after the Second Opium War in 1860. Calcutta became an important market for opium trading after auctions in Bombay were discontinued in 1830s.

The Poddar family originally hails from Churu in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. Around the year 1791 CE, when the local ruler (thakur) of Churu imposed very heavy taxes on the wool trade, a group of Marwadi tradesmen, including ancestors of the Poddar family, left Churu and moved into the domain of neighbouring Raja of Sikar. They created a settlement there and named the village Ramgarh.

The founder or earliest known patriarch of the Poddar family was Bugotee Ram (Bhagwati Ram). He became the treasurer of the nawab of Fatehpur, Rajasthan, a large local landowner. The local term in that region for Treasurer was “Fotedar” or “purse-man”. That term mutated first into “pothdar” and then “poddar”, and this is the origin of the name by which the family is known.

The Nawab of Fatehpur, although important within his immediate region, ranked far beneath the rulers of the great Rajasthani states such as Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner or Udaipur. Nevertheless, the position of treasurer was one of prestige, and conferred upon men whose personal wealth is so vast that they can bankroll the Nawab’s estate on credit. Bugotee Ram must have been both extremely wealthy and good at his job, for he also became a trusted banker to the royal families of Jaipur, Bikaner, and even distant Hyderabad. Bugotee/Bhagwati Ram’s son, Chaterbhuj, help a saint Yati. The Yati inspired him to go to Bhatinda in Punjab where, he was told, his business would prosper. Chaturbhuj duly went and resided in Bhatinda for many years, and also extended his business by opening branches in Amritsar and Hissar.

Until this time, the family kept to their traditional businesses of money-lending and commodity trade, mainly in cotton and grain. It was Chaterbhuj’s son, Tarachand, who added the extremely lucrative trade in opium to the family business portfolio. Indeed, it was the opium trade which was the true source of enrichment for the Poddar family, and which magnified their wealth manifold. Their role in the trade was to source poppy/opium from the hinterland and supply the same to Parsi tradesmen who plied the China trade, and to Parsi-owned opium units in Ahmedabad and Surat. Tarachand’s son, Ghanshyamdas, was the founder of the trading firm ‘Tarachand Ghanshyamdas.’

But wait a minute. Not everybody gets a slice of the lucrative British opium trade. Especially not the subjects of British India. You have to be connected.

The later G. D. Birla became a confidante of Mahatma Gandhi. In fact, Gandhi was assassinated at his mansion. It was later discovered that the assassin was an editor of a Marathi daily, in which a brother of G. D. Birla had made a big investment (Oops). Following India’s independence, Nehru imposed a policy of restricting imports so that India could develop is own industries. In theory this was a good idea. In practice, only old business families had the capital to set up industry in India. The Birlas took advantage of this and imposed upon India (for 56 years) a dying British car that resembled a derby hat (whereas a Japanese microcar or the air-cooled VW Beetle would have been the best alternatives). The car was made an official car for government officials, which is a reason why it did not die earlier. A later Birla was a 2004 Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum.


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