Okay, this whole “anti-corruption” upheaval in India is a joke. Apparently, it took this country 60+ years to realize its condition. But that’s not what’s funny. The irony is that even the very politicians who indulge in corruption have voted for this campaign!!! Every politician, whether Indian or not, is corrupt; they ‘win’ elections through corruption and do everything else through corruption . . . And the GOVERNMENT itself has legalised the anti-corruption campaign! Thousands have taken to the streets in protest, with the corrupted backing them up. Why? To state the obvious, if the politicians and the ministers don’t get involved people will be pointing fingers at them as the source of corruption. So in order to show innocence of their part (and I’m sure people are foolish enough) they’re all supportive of this new movement. But let’s not blame only the politicians. Take our millionaires and billionaires. How can anyone earn so much money in India (or anywhere else in the world) without fraud bring entertained?
As for me, since I tend to be critical of the NWO (New World Order/New World Oneness), I have a sense that this is a deliberate attempt to conform the country to the standards of the One World regulations. As an Indian I do not oppose the idea of fighting corruption; however I’m somewhat skeptical of the time period in which this protest has begun: the upheaval in the Middle East, the war on Libya, India’s fight against corruption all seem to converge . . . Because of the news on the approaching NWO, it seems wiser to view events as a skeptic than to be misled by the mainstream media. The anti-corruption legislation was passed back in the 1960s — why has it taken India so long to act on it? Every event in every nation, whether it’s the EU, the US, the Mid East, India, China etc, seems to be some sort of publicity for a new world leader, the Antichrist (he’s different things to different religions); that prominent figure that will settle down the global havoc. And by events I don’t mean just political chaos but social, environmental, climatic, educational etc.
Coming back to the anti-corruption movement of India. I’m uncertain as to who exactly the protesters are rallying against: when all the ministers, politicians, businessmen are on the side of the protesters then there’s nothing to protest against. All I can say to conclude is that there is corruption in the anti-corruption campaign. Nevertheless, if this act is successful then I’m anticipating a massive drop in the food prices, to begin with!