Tag: india

Highway Wars: The Battle to Develop Eurasia

08/19/201732 Comments

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Strange Bedfellows: The India/Pakistan/China Triangle

06/18/201728 Comments

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Vault7, Indian Coke, 3D House – New World Next Week

03/10/20173 Comments


This week on the New World Next Week: Wikileaks opens Vault7, but what will be the solution? Indian Coke boycott is taking off; and 3D printed homes are now a thing.

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Activist Home, Cellebrite Hacked, Gates Out – New World Next Week

02/10/2017


This week on the New World Next Week: Media provides more grist for the phoney left/right divide and conquer mill; the firm that the US gov used to hack iPhone gets hacked; and India’s immunisation program cuts all ties to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation over big pharma conflict of interest.

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Interview 1253 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

02/09/201711 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: Media provides more grist for the phoney left/right divide and conquer mill; the firm that the US gov used to hack iPhone gets hacked; and India’s immunisation program cuts all ties to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation over big pharma conflict of interest.

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Episode 313 – Demonetization and You

01/27/201732 Comments

Demonetization. Cashless payments. Biometrics. Can you connect the dots? Join James today on The Corbett Report as he uncovers the truth about India’s recent demonetization and follows the trail to the coming cashless biometric control grid.

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Cashless Biometrics and India’s Demonetization Experiment

01/24/20178 Comments

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The Indian Demonetization Disaster Explained

01/24/2017


On November 8, 2016, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a dramatic announcement on live tv: as of midnight that night, the 500 and 1,000 rupee notes would no longer be legal tender. Indians would have to turn in their old cash for new notes in the coming weeks. This “demonetization” scheme was sold to the public as an attempt to rid the Indian economy of so-called “black money,” but what was it really about? And what are the real consequences of this action? Today we talk to Satya Sagar of countercurrents.org for the Indian perspective on this startling event.

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Interview 1245 – Satya Sagar Explains the Indian Demonetization Disaster

01/23/201712 Comments

On November 8, 2016, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a dramatic announcement on live tv: as of midnight that night, the 500 and 1,000 rupee notes would no longer be legal tender. Indians would have to turn in their old cash for new notes in the coming weeks. This “demonetization” scheme was sold to the public as an attempt to rid the Indian economy of so-called “black money,” but what was it really about? And what are the real consequences of this action? Today we talk to Satya Sagar of countercurrents.org for the Indian perspective on this startling event.

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Crisitunity in India’s Cash Crunch

11/20/201624 Comments

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