Friday, February 08, 2013

End of sovereignty for third world countries

I think there is a lesson in this for all third world countries, especially India.

The amount of demonization that *India* is being subjected to, in the western media - post
the infamous rape incident - is
unprecedented. Atrocious incidents like this are being deliberately mis-attributed to Hindu religion and culture - fueling neo-colonial urges among the prejudiced Atlanticists.

First, it was the Soviet Union that was balkanized, then it was
Yugoslavia's turn - followed by the secession of East Timor from Indonesia.

Now, the spotlight is being turned on India. Horrific incidents will be used to legitimize the end of Indian "sovereignty", such as it exists - through foreign intervention. We're already seeing this in the form of western funded "NGO" activism, militant proselytisation
and brainwashing of the semi-literate masses by the media collaborators.

It is not a coincidence that all founding members of the "Non aligned Movement" (sic) - Yugoslavia, Indonesia, Egypt, India - have either disintegrated or are on the verge of becoming failed states. It is futile to exult over Pakistan's status as a "failed state." We may soon give them company, in the spirit of
Indo-Pak brotherhood!

The following lines from the interview struck me as particularly significant:

French intervention will cost Mali its sovereignty

http://m.guardiannews.com/world/2013/feb/08/mali




"The question that these images really raise for us is how is it that the French troops who occupied Mali for centuries as barbaric colonisers have come back 50 years later to be greeted as liberators? Does this not leave us seriously perplexed? What is Malian independence really worth? "

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