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Tipu Sultan

As the world knows, Tipu wrote his own letters.  These letters serve as huge testimony to the sort of person Tipu was, the author brings a lot of letters to light. Here is one of them.

Tipu writes to Burduz Zamaun Khan on 19 January 1790: “Don’t you know I have achieved a great victory recently in Malabar and over four lakh Hindus were converted to Islam?”, and to Syed Abdul Dulai on 18 January 1790: “With the grace of Prophet Muhammad and Allah, almost all Hindus in Calicut are now converted to Islam. Only a few are still not converted on the borders of Cochin State. I am determined to convert them also very soon. I consider this as Jehad to achieve that object.” 

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Ghana Gold Scam

The Ghana Chamber of Mines announced here on Thursday that it had uncovered a scam involving a firm that had been using the name and corporate logo of Goldfields Ghana limited, one of its member companies, to dupe foreign gold buyers.

These criminals lured their unsuspecting victims with offers of gold dust and bars produced in Ghana, the chamber said in a statement.

It urged the public to report any fraudsters to the police for actions, saying that:

“Anyone who receives a notification for the sale of gold dust or gold bars purported to be coming from Goldfields Ghana limited or any other mining company should not only disregard the said offers but also report the incident to the police.”

Reiterating that its members were committed to good corporate governance practices, the chamber made it clear that “in the sale of gold our members do not seek out individual buyers or users.”

Gold is one of the major foreign exchange earners of the West African country, formerly known as Gold Coast.

The Ghana Chamber of Mines is the main minerals industry association in Ghana, representing the collective interests of companies involved in mineral exploration, production and processing in the country.

Fraudsters and con artists have for some time invaded the gold industry and were using the internet and e-mail to dupe prospective gold buyers.

Perpetrators of business fraud in Ghana, especially the prevalent gold scams, often target foreigners.

Several foreign businessmen had reportedly been defrauded in diverse ways as a result of the activities of the fraudsters.

Gold merchants, who claim to be in possession of large quantities of gold dust or gold bars, offer to sell them below market prices.

These fraudsters like to tell their business partners that they had jewelry shops all over Europe and wanted them to buy gold from Ghana.

Most of them also advertise the availability of the commodity in bulk quantities for sale on the internet and other specially and carefully designed websites.

In Ghana, all gold agents must be licensed and transactions certified by the precious minerals marketing company before businesses are transacted.

Gold is normally sold in Ghana in the smelted form, that is bars, and very rarely in the dust form.

American businessmen have reported substantial financial losses from questionable transactions involving gold and other precious metals in Ghana in recent years, according to the U.S. Department of State.

These scams typically begin with an unsolicited communication (usually by e-mail) from an unknown individual who describes a situation that promises quick financial gain, often by assisting in the transfer of a large sum of money or valuables out of the country.

A series of “advance fees” must be paid in order to conclude the transaction, such as fees to open a bank account or to pay certain taxes.

The final payoff does not exist, and the purpose of the scam is simply to collect colossal amount of money from the victim.

Fraud warning from the U.S. State Department regarding gold offers from Ghana
Strict customs regulations govern temporary importation into or export from Ghana of items such as gold, diamonds and precious natural resources. Only agents licensed by the Precious Metals and Mining Commission, telephone (233)(030) 266-4635 or 266-4579, may handle import-export transactions of these natural resources. Any transaction without the commission’s endorsement is illegal and/or fraudulent. All transactions must be completed through the commission at the price set daily by the London exchange. Any transaction that discounts this price, or includes a previously negotiated price, is either illegal or fraudulent. Export of gold dust is rare as it encourages dangerous and environmentally destructive practices, and transactions involving the export of gold dust are probably fraudulent. Attempts to evade regulations are punishable by imprisonment. It is advisable to contact the Embassy of Ghana in Washington, D.C., or one of the Ghanaian consulates in the United States, for specific information regarding customs requirements.

**Please note Anil Machado’s blog or Anil Machado does not sell gold,diamonds or any other commodity. Incase if you received any private message or email claiming to be Anil Machado then beware its some scammer trying to use a different method to cheat you.

kriyas that sought to force energy up my spine through any means necessary.

So what is Kundalini Yoga? Often associated with Tantra Yoga, Kundalini Yoga is considered the fast way to enlightenment (becoming “god”).

Kundalini (Sanskrit-kund), means “coiled” or “serpent” and represents divine, psychic energy called “serpent power.” It is seen in the form of a coiled, female snake (the goddess aspect of the Divine) nestled at the base of the spine. For Hindus, who worship over 300 million gods, the aim of Kundalini Yoga is to reunite the goddess Shakti with her lover, Lord Shiva, god of destruction and creation, bringing about a state of bliss and enlightenment.

This is the “bliss” the yoga practitioner is said to experience after raising the kundalini energy through seven chakras (energy centres) located from the base of the spine up the spinal column to the crown chakra, the top of the head. Psychic powers are purportedly acquired when a person opens their sixth chakra, the third eye-just above the middle of the eyebrows.

The chanting of mantras, breathing techniques, deep concentration and meditation in Kundalini Yoga brings one into an altered state of consciousness. This is a form of self-hypnosis, the roots of which lie in the occult.

During the 60’s and 70’s, a surge of gurus (men claiming to be gods) traveled from India to America on a mission to convert the West to Hinduism. Along with its companion, Transcendental Meditation, taught by the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, yoga was quickly sold to Westerners as a great way to reduce stress, build self-esteem, heal the mind and body, and experience the interconnectedness of all creation.

Harbahjan Sigh Puri (a.k.a. “Yogi Bhajan”) immigrated to the US in the 1970s and built a following amongst largely white, middle-class Americans. He started as a yoga teacher, but soon declared himself a religious leader. His idiosyncratic brand of religion was a blend of yoga, meditation and his quirky personal philosophy. And that composite belief system was frequently denounced and/or criticized by more mainstream and traditional Sikhs.

Over the years Bhajan put together a multi-million dollar financial empire, largely through the devotion, donations and hard work of his American followers. His business interests included AKAL Security, one of the largest private security companies in North America, which relied heavily upon government contracts. He also marketed teas, herbs and assorted health food.

Yogi Bhajan  died a rich man and controlled numerous lucrative companies run by his devotees, including AKAL Security, which was launched from his New Mexico ashram.

Akal now boasts a billion dollars in government contracts.

Sikh Gurus designed Sikhism in the way they did. Traditional Sikh faith offers a complete spiritual path and a complete way of living a human life. Kundalini and tantric Yoga were NEVER taught by the Sikh Gurus. Yogi Bhajan drastically diverted from the teachings of the Gurus with his clap trap theories of Kundalini and tantric Yoga and now he and those who practice under Yogi are suffering for it!

Bhajan was the founder and absolute leader of a relatively small group called the “Healthy, Happy Holy Organization” (3HO) based in the United States with a membership of a few thousand Americans that often took on Sikh names like “Singh,” “Khalsa” and wore white.

Prominent sociologist and Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Offshe stated in an affidavit that “3HO exhibits characteristics common to cult organizations.”

However, his former followers have less than glowing things to say about the dead guru. Many claim that 3HO exploited them and hurt their families. And some women have said that the guru’s attentions were less than spiritual. A former secretary once sued Bhajan for sexual harassment and gross misconduct.

Her lawsuit stated, “The method by which Bhajan induced others to follow him was to pose as a Yoga master and teacher, and then covertly subject yoga students to a process of mental and emotional conditioning in which their personalities are disrupted and ultimately destroyed.” But lawsuits against Bhajan and/or his businesses were quietly settled and the guru lived a life of luxury, until his death last year at 75.

According to renowned psychoanalyst Carl Jung:

“One often hears and reads about the dangers of Yoga, particularly of the ill-reputed Kundalini Yoga.The deliberately induced psychotic state, which in certain unstable individuals might easily lead to a real psychosis, is a danger that needs to be taken very seriously indeed.

New Lenox yoga instructor, Laura Kalinski (given the spiritual name, Balprem Kaur), is a member of 3HO – the Healthy, Happy, Holy Organization founded in 1969 by Yogi Bhajan, a guru from India who called himself the “Lord of the Heavens.” Bhajan boasted about his occult powers and expertise in the occult practices of numerology, astrology, tarot cards, and more. He called for 3HO members to bring in the New Age of Aquarius saying, “The time has come not to search for God, but to be God.” New Agers believe the Age of Pieces (the Judeo-Christian age of the West) must die out in order to bring peace and wholeness to the earth they worship.

While a Sikh by birth, Bhajan was denounced as a heretic by orthodox Sikhs for incorporating Hindu idols, occult numerology, fire pujas (sacred rituals making offerings to an image of a deity), and deviant sexual practices (Tantric Yoga) into the Sikh religion, all of which are strictly forbidden. Some see the late, white-bearded, white-robed Bhajan as a great spiritual Master, but former members of his inner circle, including his top secretary, accused him of being a cult leader who had dictator-like control over his followers using psychological techniques, manipulation, fraud and deceit for money, power, and sexual favors.

Longtime member of 3HO, Gursant Singh, wrote these revealing words about Bhajan: “In his Journal Kundalini Research Institute of 3H0 and a number of his other papers, he leaves his followers in no doubt that he is the prophet of the new age with such mighty spiritual powers that he controls their destinies, their auras and their magnetic fields. He is their Master, their Spiritual Guide and their Guru. Without a living guru they cannot know the truth, and out of all the living gurus, he can reveal the truth best; and out of all his pictures, they must meditate on one picture of him...”

Bhajan requested his devotees to meditate on his picture from 15 minutes to 4 hours a day.

..if you see some guru’s picture on the wall, or religious statues in the entrance area or practice room, something more than yoga might be lurking within the instruction…A group with a hidden agenda can use meditation to download its program”

Yogi Bhajan ~”Guru Gobind Singh forgot somewhere to write that the Khalsa shall do Pooran praan tapaa. That’s the only way I can figure it out.”

Yogi Bhajan – “I was talking to a doctor today…and I said to him, “We are not going to cure people in the future because of medicine. Actually, a person is going to look at a person, and with mental frequency, he is gonna’ cure him.“

Yogi Bhajan – ” Now you say there is no life on Mars? Mars is populated…it is over-populated. The rate of production and sensuality is so heavy, and the beings–they grow so fast that they have to go and make war on all the other planets.”

Beads of Truth, 1972, “The Aura or Magnetic Field” lecture.

“Those who sleep North-South, their electric magnetic field and the magnetic field of the earth are one. They loose their initiative, they become zero. Their magnetic field and the earth’s magnetic field are one, thus, they can not hold the pressure of the earth’s field. Their nerves become weak. That is why you should sleep East-West.”

“Those who tune into him are tuned into HIM in return and this union is the Yoga of Awareness called Kundalini Yoga. Those who practice this will stand liberated.”

“A Date with Yogi Bhajan” lecture Beads of Truth 1972

His operation was included a highly armed billion-dollar security company, and those swords on the fronts of those turbans connote the very violence you’re trying so hard to stamp out with your new mantra. Anger and hatred are human and human is IT because that’s what we are. We’re a fucking hot mess and it’s great. I love my anger. Why try to amputate it like a fucking arm?

I did Kundalini in Park Slope at this ashram for a while and I flapped my arms around and jumped up and down in this white room layered with carpets and bedsheets like a damn fool thinking, someone somewhere is having a laugh because this is BULLSHIT. I had that thought and then like you, actively and consciously disregarded it because I decided I wasn’t being open-minded enough. I was cult-steamrollering my own damn self.

In the end I listened to my bullshit calling voice and did some research.

That charlatan has been taken to court many times, documented online, by former secretaries and assistants who have been sexually harassed and stolen from. He died pretty young by yoga standards—75—from good old heart failure—a disease of affluence. He drove around in a stretch, covered in pricey bling.

The Kundalini method is said to be yoga for the householder. Well tell me which householder has time to wake up at 4AM to chant 180 gurmukhi lines and then go make sure their shit floats and take a cold shower while shouting some other bullshit and putting almond oil all over themselves and then making a pot of hot yogi tea before getting the kids ready for school. He was a fat pig crook and in the Sihk community, which has NO yoga history besides this clown, they are embarrassed by him. Do your research. Listen to your hatred. It has an intelligence that should not be discounted. Great title by the way. I love reading your stuff. It pops.

Those who wear white clothes, but have filthy and stone-hearted minds, may chant the Naam with their mouths, but they are engrossed in duality; they are thieves. They do not understand their own roots; they are beasts. They are just animals.”
–  Sri Guru Granth Sahib,  page 751

Recently I’ve had a unique opportunity to meet with leading Psychiatry Medical Doctors over the last year or so and discuss my 30 years with Yogi Bhajan and his Kundalini/tantric Yoga cult.

I have to thank my wife who being a Psychiatrist here in London has made this interaction with such experts in the field of Psychiatry possible. In my discussions with Psychiatrists from all over the UK, I described Yogi Bhajan’s character, his Kundalini/tantric Yoga from my personal experience and read several portions from Yogi Bhajan’s lectures. 

The Psychiatrist’s conclusion, without exception, was that Yogi Bhajan was psychotic and exhibited severe delusions of religious grandiose. In these conversations with UK Psychiatrists I also described prominent Yogi Bhajan public figures like Guruka Singh, Gurmukh Kaur, Guru Singh, Hari Jiwan Singh and Guru Dev Singh. I read quotations from these leading 3HO Kundalini Yoga instructors as well.

Again the conclusion from all the mental health experts was that Kundalini Yoga practitioners develop psychotic behavior with delusions of religious grandeur which seem to get worse and worse as the length of time practicing KY becomes greater. For example, People like Guruka Singh and Hari Jiwan Singh who have practiced Kundalini Yoga for 40 years make more outrageous delusional statements than a novice KY Teacher Trainer practicing Kundalini Yoga.

If you watch the videos of Guruka Singh and Gurmukh Kaur you’ll readily see how they appear to be almost in some kind of hypnotic trance, they just don’t sound like normal well balanced people. Does Yogi Bhajan’s Kundalini Yoga create delusions about “Magic Aquarian Age energy” beaming down from Jupiter? I submit that Kundalini Yoga is like an addictive drug which may seem to make people better but after time it acts in producing mental and physical side effects like delusions about the “Magic Aquarian Age energy” beaming down from Jupiter and the stars to liberate people who do Kundalini yoga on the banks of the Ganga River!

Another observation I discussed with the psychiatrists was how the Yogi Bhajan way of smashing everyone into altered states by piling on more and more exercises, meditations and perhaps a gong meditation leaves people spacey and prone to induction into his cult. That’s probably why he (Yogi Bhajan) did it and why Kundalini Yoga teachers keep on doing it. The heavy breathing (breath of fire as Yogi Bhajan called it) techniques, loud gong sounds ringing in your ears and hours of Yogi Bhajan mantra chanting, sometimes in front of his picture, put unsuspecting people into an almost trance like state, making students more susceptible to induction into the Yogi Bhajan cult. I told the psychiatrists how Yogi Bhajan would have us hold our arms up for hours in some “kriya” he made up. We were so exhausted after several hours that we’d believe or accept anything Yogi Bhajan said.

Gursant Singh Khalsa

Instructors use “sound current” in the form of mantras–chants said repeatedly to bring about a “higher” state of consciousness. The Adi mantra, Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo, is chanted a number of times to “tune in” oneself at the beginning of each Kundalini Yoga class. Ong Namo means, I bow to the subtle divine wisdom. Guru De Namo means, I bow to the Divine or Infinite Teacher within. Yogi Bhajan taught, “God is your inner consciousness.” In a real sense, you are worshiping yourself. Chanting mantras are said to have penetrating power in the Cosmos connecting you to the deceased Bhajan and past Master Teachers in what is called The Golden Chain, providing divine guidance to the practitioner.

The American Society of Clinical Hypnosis lists over fifty possible dangers from hypnosis in their American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis (Volume 31, Number 1, July 1988, pg. 46).  It’s no coincidence that many listed are the same risks yoga instructors warn about. Dangers of these practices include: severe headaches, depression, uncontrolled weeping or laughter, spasmodic jerking, feelings of intense heat or cold, electricity passing through the body and itching or crawling sensations, memory impairment, hallucinations, identity crisis, mental illness/insanity, suicidal thoughts/suicide, anxiety/panic attacks, heart palpitations, heart attack and death. On the other hand, one may experience intense feelings of a beautiful oneness with the universe, infinite love, and ecstatic bliss.

Writing about Kundalini Yoga, Theosophist/occultist/medium, Alice Bailey, noted in her work, A Treatise on White Magic, that “only one in a thousand aspirants” are at the stage to begin such a practice and that may be “too optimistic.” She warned it could “produce insanity” and made clear “it is a most dangerous undertaking when induced before the mechanism is ready to deal with it” (Lucis Publishing Company, New York NY, 1951, pgs. 590-591).

Palestine

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SIMCHA JACOBOVICI

I’ve recently condemned the focus on Reza Aslan’s religion – Islam – when talking about his new book about Jesus, “Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth”. I think there is no room for propaganda when reviewing history. No one is objective. But we can try to be truthful.

Putting aside the thesis of his book i.e., that Jesus was an anti-Roman Jewish revolutionary, in all his interviews, Aslan goes out of his way to refer to Jesus’ Judea i.e., the land of the Jews, as “Palestine”. For all I care, he can call it “Nebraska”, as long as he doesn’t give the impression that this is really what it was called by the inhabitants of Judea in Jesus’ time. But Aslan wraps this “Palestine” name with a veneer of history. When challenged on his use of the name “Palestine” for ancient “Judea”, his answer is that he’s using the “Roman designation” for the area. According to Aslan, this designation was “Syria Palestine”. This is absolutely wrong. More than this, it demonstrates a certain cynicism when manipulating history for the purpose of ideology. Let’s look at this word “Palestine”. Where does it come from?

In the 13th century BCE, the Egyptians speak of “Sea People” arriving on the Mediterranean Coast from the Aegean. It’s widely accepted that one of these “Sea People” are the people that the Bible, in Hebrew, calls “Plishtim”. In English, they are called “Philistines”. They roughly occupied an area on the Mediterranean Coast from Gaza northward, to Ashdod in modern Israel, and inland to the city of Gath. These are the people of Delilah and Goliath. I repeat, they were an Aegean people from the area of modern day Greece.

The archaeology demonstrates that when they arrived around 1200 BCE, they were – in diet, art, and habits – pretty Greek. They resembled, say, the people of Crete or Mycenae.

A Philistine woman reconstructed from an 8th century BCE skull

A Philistine woman reconstructed from an 8th century BCE skull

The Book of Exodus refers to a land corridor along the Mediterranean as “Derech Plishtim” i.e., “the highway of the Philistines” (Exodus 13:17). In this passage, the name seems to be generic. In other words, in the late Bronze Age, say, 1500 BCE, “Philistine” seems to be a generic term for Aegean people that we would call Minoans or Mycenaeans today.

So far, so good. There were an Aegean people called “Philistines” in the area of modern Israel from around 1500 BCE when they came as traders to 1200 BCE when they settled down, to the 7th century BCE when they disappeared after the Assyrian invasion of the area. During the 500 years that they were settled there, they became increasingly more “Canaanitish”. During the period of the Judges (14th to 10th century BCE), they were the arch-enemies of the Israelites.

After the Philistines disappeared from the historical stage, the name “Palestina” lingered on. Meaning, the people were gone, the name lingered. It appears in references here and there in classic Greek writings e.g., Herodotus. By the time Jesus was born, there hadn’t been any Philistines in the area for some 600 years. The name does not appear anywhere in the Gospels. And the people living in Judea at the time of Jesus – including Jesus and all his disciples – would never have referred to their country as “Palestine”. Even the Romans didn’t call the area Palestine. Remember, when they crucified him, the Romans put a plaque over Jesus’ head with the inscription – in three languages – “King of the Jews”, not the “Philistines” (Matthew 27:37; Mark 15:26; Luke 23:38; John 19:19).

Some 35 years after the crucifixion, some 4 years after the stoning of Jesus’ brother James, the area of Judea erupted in a massive Jewish revolt against Rome. The country fought between 66 CE(AD) and 70 CE. In August of 70 Jerusalem, the capital of Judea, was destroyed. The Temple of God which had lasted for some 1,000 years in two incarnations, was now in ruins – a smoldering heap. This was the Temple that Jesus wept over when he imagined its destruction (Luke 19:41). Judea fought for another 3 years at the rock fortress of Masada by the Dead Sea. Then, in 73, as the Romans were about to conquer the fortress, rather than become Roman slaves, the last Jewish defenders took their own lives and the lives of their women and children.

At this point, the Romans felt that there was no one left in Judea that could rise in revolution. They were wrong. From 115 – 117 CE, the Jews – primarily outside Judea – fought a bitter war with the Romans. The main centers of revolution were Alexandria in Egypt, Cyrene in modern day Libya, and Cyprus. The Jewish revolt basically saved the Parthian Empire from a Roman onslaught. After they licked their wounds, in 132 CE the Jews of Judea once again rose in revolution – this time under a leader called “Bar Kochba” i.e., “the son of the star”. When the Bar Kochba revolt was finally put down in 135 CE, the Romans exiled the majority of the Jewish people and renamed Judea “Palestina”. To be clear, “Syria Palestine” officially became a Roman province about a century after Jesus’ crucifixion. The idea was to erase the Jewish presence from Judea and to designate their homeland with reference to their Biblical enemies. It was a last humiliation. To also be clear, there were no Philistines at the time and even if some had miraculously survived, they were not Arabs but Greeks.

The area of Palestine never became an independent state. In the 7th century, Muslim armies conquered it, precipitating battles with Christian crusaders for the “Holy Land”. These bloody battles are now remembered as the “Crusades”. In modern times, the province of Palestine passed from the Ottoman Turks to the British. In 1922, the British gifted a chunk of Palestine to the Hashemite clan from Saudi Arabia. In 1946, 80% of British mandate Palestine – the area east of the Jordan River – became the modern Arab Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. One year later, 20% of British controlled Palestine became what is today the State of Israel and the Palestinian territories.

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But to return to Aslan, it’s bit of a name game, isn’t it? If the British had called the area east of the Jordan River “Palestine” instead of “Transjordan” i.e., “over the Jordan”, no one today could say there is no Palestinian state. If you write a book about Jesus and you call his country by the name that he called it i.e., “Judea”, the politically correct armies of anti-Israel activists may get upset with you. So Aslan calls ancient Judea “Palestine” and hides behind the reference to the “Roman designation” for the province. This is very cynical. It’s very cynical to fudge the history of the Aegean Philistines 3200 years ago, lingering references to their name, and the Roman province of the second century CE. It’s very cynical to retroactively place modern Arab Palestinians into Jesus’ Jewish Hellenistic world.

But let’s say the Romans had called “Judea” “Palestine” in Jesus’ time – which they didn’t – why would a writer focusing on Jesus as a Jewish patriot i.e., a Zealot, want to call Jesus’ country by the name that his enemies used? It’s as if I wrote a book about a native American hero and kept referring to him as an “Indian”, because that’s what white people called him.

Professor Aslan, you are right to decry the use of propaganda against you. But, as they say; do unto others what you would want them to do unto you. In Jesus’ day, his country was called Judea, and the overall designation for the land was “Israel” – as it is today. You can argue about politics, but let’s not change history to suit our views.

Gold Sellers Scam

Demonitisation

PARLIAMENTRY committee on #DEMONITISATION submits its report. Calls it a BLUNDER. NOT A SINGLE OBJECTIVE has been met. #PRESSTITUTES won’t show it!
FINDINGS OF COMMITTEE:

•No major BLACK MONEY found

•FINANCE minister accepts that it has only details of 4172 CRORES of suspicious money which could be BLACK.(while MODI had predicted that 5-7 Lakhs CRORES would have been BLACK)

•NO EFFECT ON TERROR funding

•Neither “CASHLESS” nor “LESScash” society formed as Fin min was projecting. People have shifted back to cash transactions.

•#DEMONITISATION killed SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES and MAJOR UNORGANIZED SECTOR.

• ‘BHARTIYA MAZDOOR SANGH’ an affiliate of #BJP reports 4 crores JOB LOST, 3 LAKHS INDUSTRIAL units SHUT

• Report questions decision making authority and terms all decisions to be taken without planning.Like  Size of currency not planned acc to ATMs, 2000 Rs note brought in without any smaller denomination note to exchange,no considerable amount of currency printed for supply which lead to HUGE RUSH IN BANKS AND ATMs,rules changed on daily basis proved FLAWED PLANNING. Till date ATMs remain dry in RURAL areas and many other small cities. 

• FAILED planning has led to now cut in expenditures of GOVT on health, education etc.

• EDUCATION SECTOR remains most affected as funds have been stopped,fees has been hiked, seats have decreased for research.

•TAXES have been increased, intrest rates on PPF and other saving schemes reduced.
Now question arises who will held responsible for all this #ORGANISED BLUNDER?? Who will be held responsible of 30,000+ CRORES spend on print ing new currency and CRORES spent on its distribution and all other expenses like advertisements,transportation, extra pay etc etc.
• WHO will be held responsible for 180+ deaths during whole process??
#PRESSTITUTES have been asked NOT TO TELECAST this report. They have been warned not to bring it to light. Rightly Dr Manmohan Singh termed it as “ORGANISED LOOT”

Obama’s Legacy