When George Soros comes to this or that country… he looks for religious, ethnic or social contradictions, chooses the model of action for one of these options or their combination and tries to ‘warm them up’.
The ongoing crisis in Myanmar including tensions between Buddhist and Muslim communities and the military crackdown by Myanmar Army and police seems to be a multidimensional crisis with major geopolitical players involved, according to a report by Sputnik International.
As per the report, Dmitry Mosyakov, director of the Centre for Southeast Asia, Australia and Oceania at the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, told RT that the conflict “was apparently fanned by external global players” and “has at least three dimensions”.
“First, this is a game against China, as China has very large investments in Arakan [Rakhine],” Mosyakov told RT. “Second, it is aimed at fuelling Muslim extremism in Southeast Asia…. Third, it’s the attempt to sow discord within ASEAN [between Myanmar and Muslim-dominated Indonesia and Malaysia].”
The conflict is mostly concentrated in the country’s northwestern region in the Rakhine State, which consists of vast reserves of hydrocarbons located offshore. This vast reserve of hydrocarbon is the major reason why external players are using the conflict to undermine Southeast Asian stability, according to Mosyakov.
“There’s a huge gas field named Than Shwe after the general who had long ruled Burma,” Mosyakov said.
In 2004 these massive Rakhine energy reserves were discovered, and by 2013 China had connected Myanmar’s port of Kyaukphyu with the Chinese city of Kunming in Yunnan province with oil and natural gas pipelines. Through this oil pipeline China can bypass the world’s most congested shipping choke points – the Malacca Straits, while through the gas pipeline, hydrocarbons from Myanmar’s offshore fields are transported to China.
The development of the Sino-Myanmar energy project coincided with the intensification of the Rohingya conflict in 2011-2012 when 120,000 asylum seekers left the country escaping the bloodshed.
Dmitry Egorchenkov, deputy director of the Institute for Strategic Studies and Prognosis at the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, doesn’t believe that this is a coincidence. Although there are certain internal causes behind the Rohingya crisis, Egorchenkov believes that the crisis might be fueled by external players, most notably, George Soros.
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By destabilizing Myanmar they could directly target China’s energy projects. George Soros funded Burma Task Force has been actively operating in Myanmar since 2013 although Soros interference in Myanmar’s domestic affairs goes deeper than that.
In 2003, George Soros joined a US Task Force group aimed at increasing “US cooperation with other countries to bring about a long overdue political, economic and social transformation in Burma [Myanmar].”
A document published by the Council of Foreign Relation’s (CFR) in 2003 entitled “Burma: Time For Change” states that “democracy… cannot survive in Burma without the help of the United States and the international community” and calls for an establishment of a group to implement the project.
“When George Soros comes to this or that country… he looks for religious, ethnic or social contradictions, chooses the model of action for one of these options or their combination and tries to ‘warm them up,” Egorchenkov explained, speaking with RT.
According to Mosyakov, it is a globalist management policy to sow discord in nations by fuelling regional conflicts, which allows them to exert pressure on those nations and ultimately gain control over their sovereignty. A recent example is the Ukrainian Crisis and the Greek Crisis before that. When the flames are out and the country ravaged with the crisis, it is time for the vultures to descend.
“Buy when there is blood on the streets, even if the blood is your own.”
– Nathan Mayer Rothschild of the House of Rothschild, one of the family bloodlines that controlled the East India companies.
What one should understand is that a crisis just doesn’t take a toll on the infrastructure and human lives, but it also ruptures the economy and puts the country in huge debt. And it is through this debt that the global players dictate their terms to sovereign nations for decades or even centuries if there is no course correction. That is the reason why both Ukraine and Greece appointed Rothschild as their debt adviser to assist with their growing debt crisis.
Lesson for India
These Money Masters don’t lose anything in case the situation escalates and war erupts between China and Myanmar; in fact, they have everything to gain from it, just like they had everything to gain from the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. Educated folks call it Balance of Power. It is through this same strategy of Balance of Power that even the India-China conflict is being orchestrated. But we don’t have to rely on war to be in debt: our policy makers are already doing a good job at it. We are already in the midst of a major crisis be it agriculture, economy, civil society and press or defense and security. This is the direction our policy makers have set for us, and it leads directly to destruction unless we do a major course correction.
Could such a crisis be orchestrated in India?
This is the hypothetical question we raised after Liquor baron Vijay Mallya was allowed to flee India to take refuge in London. This was not the first time a person fleeing local law in foreign countries had taken shelter in London. For decades, high-profile foreign offenders with considerable wealth have found refuge and a safe place to park their assets and enjoy a peaceful life in Britain.
Similar is the case of Russia. Immediately after the collapse of the Soviet Union, large-scale privatization of state-owned assets was implemented. From Glasnost and Perestroika (liberalization and privatization or globalization) – the tools created by the East India Company for enslavement of their colonies (known at the time as Free Trade) – emerged the Oligarchs, who amassed vast wealth by acquiring state assets very cheaply (or for free) during the privatization process.
After coming to power, Vladimir Putin set about on a massive purging of these oligarchs from Russia, the power struggle that continues to this day. The most famous case is that of Mikhail Khodorkovsky. In 2003, Khodorkovsky was believed to be the wealthiest man in Russia (with a fortune estimated to be worth $15 billion), who accumulated considerable wealth through obtaining control of a series of Siberian oil fields unified under the name Yukos, one of the major companies to emerge from the privatization of state assets during the 1990s. Khodorkovsky was later backed up by Henry Kissinger, George Soros and Rothschilds as a candidate to run for a Presidential election against Putin as well as for an attempted revolution.
UK has been traditionally the largest sanctuary to not just money launderers and fraudsters but foreign terrorists and extremists as well. Everybody who is somebody in the world of terrorism has found a rear base in the UK.
There are as many as 131 pending pleas for extradition of wanted criminals from Britain by India alone.
Below are just some of the cases of individuals wanted in India and living in Britain:
- Vijay Mallya (financial offences)
- Lalit Modi (financial offences)
- Ravi Shankaran (accused in the Indian Navy war room leak case)
- Tiger Hanif (wanted in connection with two bomb attacks in Gujarat in 1993)
- Nadeem Saifi (music director accused and acquitted in the Gulshan Kumar murder)
- Raymond Varley (accused in child abuse cases in Goa)
- Lord Sudhir Choudhrie (one of India’s most notorious arms-dealers and Italian consortium’s middleman in Finmeccanica helicopter scandal)
- Several individuals related to the Khalistan movement
- Several individuals related to the LTTE
- Several individuals related to ISIS
Even MQM leader Altaf Hussein resides in London under the protection of the British government, which has refused Pakistani government requests for his extradition to face trial for murder.
Last year, Khodorkovsky said Open Russia (a George Soros funded organisation) would provide logistical backing to 230 candidates running from various opposition parties or on independent tickets in September from the headquarters of his Open Russia foundation in London. With rise of Indian Oligarchs increasingly finding asylum in Britain, is it a far-fetched scenario for India as well when these Indian Oligarchs would be used for inciting revolution in India or even orchestrating elections – that is in case India goes for course correction?
Even so, there is a way to avert such a scenario as well as the impending crisis. After Putin kicked them out of Russia, the same Oligarchs setup shop in India under the same tried-and-tested ideology of enslavement – Glasnost and Perestroika (called in India as Liberalization and Privatization) during the 90s. It is this group of Oligarchs or Robber Barons (as they are known in the United States of America) that is still operational in India. What our intelligence agencies should be doing instead of spying on opposition political parties and depending on foreign agencies for information and direction is to track this shadow network and dismantle its grip on India as was done in America (the process that still continues to this day).
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