April 03, 2012

MoreDope on Loud Mouth Brajesh Mishra

Tel Aviv & Neo-Cons ' Voice in India

Israeli Drug Network in India



An extract from my “Corrupt Arms Establishment ResistsCleanup by Gen VK Singh”

http://tarafits.blogspot.in/2012/04/corrupt-arms-establishment-resists.html



--DecrepitPublicity Hog BC Mishra Spouts Nonsense



“Now former National SecurityAdvisor, a decrepit Brajesh Mishra has been brought out of the dead cobwebs .Hetold Karan Thapar on TV that he held both the minister and the generalresponsible for not taking action on the bribery allegation but wanted Gen V KSingh to be sent on forced leave.



"My view is that boththe minister and the Army chief are responsible for not taking action," hesaid commenting on the allegations by Gen Singh that he was offered a bribe ofRs 14 crore for clearing a contract for trucks and had informed the DefenseMinister about it.

Asked whether the army chief should be sacked or sent on compulsory leave,Mishra told Karan Thapar on the Devil's Advocate programme that "If he issacked, then something more may happen. If he is sent on compulsory leave, heis not being sacked. He should be told that enjoy your two months vacation withgovernment salary and then take pension and go home."



How very considerate buttrite of Mishraji .A former Indian diplomat Mishra was removed in 1980 asIndian Envoy from his New York post for not following the policy on Afghanistanof the newly elected India Gandhi got in1980.He was adopted by Washington and given a cushy job in UN .



Son of formidable seniorCongress leader late DP Mishra, Brajesh soon came close to AB Vajpayee andbecame his evening companion. Power and publicity hungry, he was NationalSecurity Advisor and defacto PM as Principal Sec to PM Vajpayee .He tried torun MEA too. He was stopped from hogging publicity by his detractors in BJP.The job of Principal Sec to PM is rightfully for a senior IAS officer .Anexpert on multilateral diplomacy i.e. fighting over commas and full stops,Mishra had little experience or expertise in administration and finance .IASofficers in PMO ran circles around him, enriching themselves and letting theirfriends and patrons, India’s emerging robber barons loot the exchequer .Thiswas later described as India Shining era. The BJP was ousted from power .Howthe corporate robber barons thrived when Mishra was de facto PM needsinvestigation and a serious case study. But similar policies have continued.



Karan Thapar’s TV interviewwas trite .It was pathetic and unbecoming performance by Mishraji brought outfrom the cobwebs to tarnish an upright and honest Army chief.



Sometime ago Mishra hadrightly opposed the Indo-US Nuclear agreement , from which India has gainedlittle and lost very much .But Mishra soon changed sides merely to remain inlimelight and be on the US high table (dinner !).



I am disappointed that anchorKaran Thapar has changed sides .He should know how his own father the ArmyChief was humiliated and removed for mistakes committed by those appointed tosenior command posts by interfering and scheming politicians and self servingcivil servants. “



On Mishra’s connection withZionist lobby and Neo-Cons, who planned and executed US led illegal invasion ofIraq in 2003, which strategically and historically can be compared with Nazi Germany‘sinvasion of the Soviet Union in WWII .The sacrifice of Israeli resistance andpeople has destroyed the US army, i.e. its ground forces leading to US hyperpower’s decline and likely fall sooner than later

http://tarafits.blogspot.in/2012/02/short-history-of-decline-of-american.html

http://tarafits.blogspot.com/2011/12/50-articles-on-us-led-illegal-war-on.html



An extract from Turkey, Israelaim to forgive and forget
by K Gajendra Singh dated July 28,2004 Asia Times http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/FG28Ak02.html



--US-Israel-India axis

The idea of a so-calledtripartite US-Israel-India axis was mooted after the September 11,2001, attacks on the US and was publicly broached by India's nationalsecurity adviser, Brajesh Mishra, in Washington at the annual meeting ofthe American Jewish Committee, where many US congressmen were alsopresent.

After emphasizing the similarities among the three countries, Mishra said:"India, the US and Israel has some fundamentalsimilarities. We are all democracies, sharing a common vision of pluralism,tolerance and equal opportunity. Stronger India-US relations and India-Israelrelations have [therefore] a natural logic." He then called for theestablishment of a US-Israel-India axis to fight "the menace of globalterrorism" by military means, i.e. "fight terror with terror".

The proposal was warmly welcomed by US officials and the pro-Israeli lobby.Jews and Indian-Americans also came together in the US. Despite their obviousdifferences, the alliance in the US has the potential to increasethe clout of the two communities, which are about 5.2 million Jews and 1.8million Indians, but highly educated, affluent and attached to democratichomelands facing what they increasingly view as a common enemy.

Ed Blanche wrote in Beirut's Daily Star on July 17, "In India, the demiseof the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party government in parliamentaryelections in May was seen as a potentially major setback for Israel's plans forextending its influence into the subcontinent to help contain Pakistan'snuclear and ballistic missile programs and into the energy-rich Muslim republicsof Central Asia in conjunction with the Americans. The BJP had become a majorbuyer of Israeli arms and counter-intelligence expertise and had forgedunprecedented ties with the Jewish state. The new government under the Congressparty, which throughout the Cold War was staunchly pro-Arab and has said itwill take a more even-handed approach to the Middle East,is not expected to be so pro-Israel. The new government unveiled its policyroadmap on May 27, which said that India would remain committed to thecause of a Palestinian homeland and that new impetus would be given todiplomatic and economic relations with Arab states.

"A recent scandal in India's premier intelligence agency, the Research andAnalysis Wing, in which a senior officer recruited by the US CentralIntelligence Agency (CIA) defected as security authorities closed in on him,has raised fears that the US and Israeli intelligence services have penetratedIndia's intelligence establishment. Asian intelligence sources told the DailyStar that Israel's Mossad,as well as the CIA, sought to recruit Indian intelligence operatives attendingseminars in Israelin recent years and apparently succeeded in some cases. All this is likely tofurther damage Israel-India relations.

"US and Israeli analysts believe that the Congress, which restoredrelations with Israelin 1992, will issue some tough statements, 'then things will settle down'. Buteven the Americans are bracing for some policy shifts by the Congress-ledgovernment in New Delhi, which relies on thesupport of leftists, who oppose proximity to the USand the occupation of Iraq,to survive. Some USofficials in Washington, along with Jewishorganizations, are deeply concerned about a rupture in Indian-Israeli relationsthat were enthusiastically supported by the Bush administration, especially thehawks in the Pentagon, in part to help counterbalance China, America's emerging strategic rival.There is no expectation at this time that either Ankaraor New Delhi plan to sever relations with Israel. But itis clear that their relationships with the Jewish state are becoming morehard-headed, particularly because of Israeli heavy-handedness with thePalestinians and because of Iraq.Whether this will result in reining in Sharon remains to be seen, but some bigchanges may be in the offing," the report in the Daily Star said.”



Below is an article on BC Mishra,which was published in 2009, but it exposes the pro-Zionist loudmouth.



Amb (Retd) K.Gajendra SinghApril 3, 2012.



Tel Aviv's Voice In IndiaSpeaks Of Chinese Threat
By Ramtanu Maitra , November 23 2009

At the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit this October, the
now-decrepit former National Security Advisor (NSA) Brajesh Mishra was
trotted out to warn us of the “unprecedented challenge” facing India
on simultaneous fronts with Pakistan and China. Vajpayee
administration’s intelligence chief highlighted his concerns about
China’s rising military assistance to Pakistan. “China is supporting
Pakistan and especially the Pakistan military,” Mishra said. “China’s
help to [the] Pakistan military is a very important factor in aiding
and abetting its designs on India.”

Knowing the background of this mediocre babu, who rose to become the
NSA simply because at the time he was put in that post by Prime
Minister Vajpayee there was no one in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
who had a clue about the protection of India’s national security, it
is important what he is pushing now and for whom. A signature voice of
Tel Aviv, Mishra was always inadequate, but did not lack cleverness.
After 911, he got himself attached quickly to the US neo-cons and the
American Zionist lobby to become a frontline promoter of the Israelis
in India.

Tel Aviv wants, Mishra complies

Those who remember wouldrecall Mishra’s push to consolidate the
India-US-Israel compact at the strategic level in the post-911 days.
In May 2003, Mishra was in Washington to form the India-US-Israel
axis. In a clear public announcement, made in front of 1,200 dinner
guests of the American Jewish Committee (AJC), Brajesh Mishra spoke in
support of a triangular bonding between India, US and Israel. Mishra
proposed, offered and expounded on just about everything to make the
case that these three countries must fight terrorism together.

That speech by a non-political authority in a sort of private
gathering was just one among many defining moments in a longer
process. The then Indian Deputy Prime Minister LK Advani, who is now
fighting for whatever little is left of his-political life, was in
Washington that June and his brief visit included dinner at the elite
Cosmos Club, courtesy of the AJC. “It’s a natural alliance between
Israel and India,” said Jason Isaacson, the committee’s director of
government and international affairs at the time. “It’s about trade
and common interests between democracies [and], complementing what is
the growing relationships between Indian Americans and American Jews,”
he said.

Isaacson has visited India seven times since 1995, and the AJC said it
had plans to set up a liaison office in India that year. As evidence
the ties have “come of age”, the AJC, the American-Israel Public
Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and the US-India Political American
Organization hosted a joint reception for Congress on July 16 of that
year.

Mishra was also involved in building bridges with the US neo-cons—an
extension of the Zionist lobby, and went whole hog supporting them on
their Iraq invasion, which was based upon lies built on lies, and
Afghanistan, of course. For Mishra it was an opportunity to win the
hearts and minds of Tel Aviv by being aggressively anti-Muslim,
throwing caution to the wind.


As Jim Lobe pointed out in his analysis in the Asia Times on May 27
2003, some of the biggest boosters of US-Indian military ties both in
and outside the Bush administration at the time were also prominent
neo-conservatives with close ties to Israel’s ruling Likud Party.

In bed with the Neo-Cons


With the support of hardline officials like Undersecretary of Defense
for Policy Douglas Feith - whose law partner is a spokesman for the
settlement movement on the West Bank and whom the US Gen. Tommy
Franks described as “the f*****g stupidest guy on the face of the
earth.” ...- a group of leading neo-conservatives had formed a new
think tank, the US-India Institute for Strategic Policy, precisely to
promote military ties, according to Conn Hallinan, an analyst at the
University of California at Santa Cruz.

Members of this policy group were the neo-con luminaries, such as the
head of the Washington-based Center for Security Policy, Frank
Gaffney, and a founder of the Jewish Institute for National Security
Affairs, Michael Ledeen. Both have promoted India-Israel military ties
as well, Lobe noted.

Earlier that month, Mishra had laid bare his Israeli face at the gala
dinner of the annual convention of the American Jewish Committee. The
US, India and Israel, he said “have to jointly face the same ugly face
of modern-day terrorism”, adding that “such an alliance would have the
political will and moral authority to take bold decisions in extreme
cases of terrorist provocation”. Given their democratic governments,
“vision of pluralism, tolerance and equal opportunity...” Mishra said,
“Stronger India-US relations and India-Israel relations have a natural
logic”.

After those salad days when Mishra was embraced, and used, by the US
neo-cons and Tel Aviv, Mishra was in hibernation for a while. He stuck
his neck out on behalf of his “friends” in supporting the US-India
nuclear deal, although the BJP, the party he nominally belongs to, had
strongly opposed the deal and tried to bring the Manmohan Singh
government down in an up-and-down vote at the Indian Parliament. It is
interesting to note that within the BJP there was not much cacophony
criticizing Mishra for his support to the deal violating the party
whip.

Now, once more, Mishra has been trotted out by his benefactors to
speak out against normalizing relations with China and Pakistan. It
must be pointed out that Mishra’s statements, which undercut India’s
efforts to get a land access to Central Asia and become a part of the
India-China-Russia grouping to fight terrorism, promote economic
development, help India to emerge as a global power and participate in
the development of a new international financial system from the
strength of its economy, manpower and technological capabilities, were
done at the behest of his two clients – Israel and Britain, in
particular.

Both Britain and Israel want India to remain immersed in the
historical conflicts with both China and Pakistan. As long New Delhi
fails to resolve these conflicts, status quo remains intact. In other
words, India’s ability to move northwards and westwards remain
constrained and the drug and gun-running apparatus in the country
remain untouched.

Israeli Drug Network in India
it is no secret that Israelis are deeply involved in the drug
trafficking within India. In fact, they have gone beyond trafficking,
they are, in fact, growing cannabis in India. A news report, “Manali
Drug Traffickers: Growing Menace,” penned by Harish Thakur (Click
Here] pointed out that like Goa, Delhi, and Rajasthan, the state of
Himachal Pradesh, bordering Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh,
and Haryana, has turned into a major attraction for drugs for foreign
tourists. The article cited Allan D’Sa, Deputy Superintendent of
Police and Anti-Narcotics Chief of Goa, admitting on the International
Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, that “Goa has become a
transit point for all the drug peddlers, and from here drugs like
charas, hashish, and ganja are being pushed, and Ecstasy, LSD, and
cocaine come into Goa from western countries.” He said drugs entering
Goa are mostly from Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh, besides
Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Nepal.

In recent years, Goa has become well known as the transit point for
drugs shipped out to various European countries, and a production
center for synthetic “party drugs.” In keeping with the trend among
drug smugglers worldwide in adopting innovative ideas to escape the
law, drug lords based in Goa are using minors as drug-smuggling
“mules,” and carbonized suitcases to ship their drugs to Europe.

What Thakur pointed out about drug activities in Himachal Pradesh is
an eye-opener. It shows how deeply rooted the problem has become. The
Soviet intrusion of Afghanistan and consequent settlement of displaced
Afghans in Kullu, in Himachal Pradesh, led to the first planned
business in trade and cultivation of narcotics in that area. Afghan
settlers preferred the hilly terrain of Kullu-Manali for climatic
reasons. They gradually developed links with local youths, and soon
heralded the era of “smack, heroin, and brown sugar” in that region.

As a result of these developments, which went wholly unreported, the
narcotics trade has assumed a horrific shape in Kullu, where a large
number of tourists, mostly Israelis, visit every year. Nearly 50,000
foreigners visit Himachal Pradesh annually, and they move around in
different parts of the state, such as Shimla, Kullu, Manali,
Dharamshala - the abode of the Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama and
his contingent.

The presence of drug users among the tourists has inspired local
farmers to clandestinely cultivate poppy or cannabis crops to earn
some quick money. What is of particular interest is the presence of a
large number of Israelis in the drug trade. Thakur says Israeli
monopolization of the trade has become plainly visible from the fact
that people of Kasol village in Kullu have learned to speak Hebrew!
Cannabis took root in the area after 3,000 Israelis made Kasol their
home.

Drug users and traffickers have also come from Austria, the Czech
Republic, Slovakia, and Holland. “Every year the area under cannabis
cultivation has been increasing, thanks to the patronage of
foreigners,” a senior police official told Thakur. “One set of
foreigners gets hybrid cannabis seeds, and another sets up residence
here and monitors the cultivation through local folks. The produce is
then smuggled out by villagers to Delhi, Mumbai, and Goa to be shipped
abroad. The new inhabitants have re-christened their habitats. For
instance, the valley next to Malana, about 15 km from here, is called
‘Magic Valley.’”

An Israeli revealed to Thakur some pertinent facts about the trade.
Kutla, a remote village in Parvati Valley, is the hub of charas
cultivation. Police have little access here and people work
fearlessly. Foreigners hire one acre of land for just 10,000 rupees
(about $223), and raise about 40 kilograms of charas. Cheap Nepali
labour makes things easy, as villages such as Malana, Kasol, and Tosh
compete for higher production. The drug mafia has set up “headline
fields,” which can be sacrificed if the police carry out a raid. But
fields in the higher slopes of the mountains have been left untouched,
and production there thrives. The trade in this area is mostly
controlled by drug cartels from Israel and Italy, Thakur said.
According to a State Narcotics Report, over 3,000 acres of mountain
land in Himachal Pradesh is under illegal cannabis cultivation, run by
the Italian and Israeli drug mafia through local residents.

Israeli Soldiers Running Drugs?


In addition, Jewish Post of New Yorkin 2008 published an article,
Former Israeli Soldiers “Flipping Out” in India, penned by Claus
Mueller, that said ex-Israeli soldiers spend their winter months in
the Himalayan mountain areas and for the summer months the “Israelis
migrate to Goa to continue enjoying a lifestyle of large parties, use
of virtually all drugs, including marijuana, cocaine, LSD, ecstasy and
other hard drugs.” Mueller also said relations between the Indians
and the Israelis are pragmatic but not friendly and one Israeli
pointed out to him that the Indians are like Arabs.

“From the perspective of one former soldier who has been living in
India for more than six years and served as a commander of an Israeli
elite unit there is a fine line between sanity and madness, a
borderline condition that can be discerned in the portraits of this
documentary. There is a frenzied look of people, incoherent
statements suspending the reality context and rapid motion activities.
Yet at the same time others seem to be in a state of drug induced
bliss, totally cooled out, and regressed to childlike states The
former commander suggests that, military service destroyed the
identity and meaning of life, and that staying on drugs rehabilitates
former soldiers by getting ‘the crap’ out of their system. In the
army he faced disgraceful things and his hand caused death and
destruction. Yoav Shamir presents none of the female ex-soldiers who
live in Israeli communities in India and also take drugs and seems to
imply that females adapt better to the stress of military service.”
Where the Jewish Post did not come clean is the drug trafficking
network that lubricates the Israeli drug-addicted population in India
and bring back home some cold cash.

If Mishra did not know about the Israeli drug and gun-running network
that feeds not only various secessionist groups within India, but has
already destroyed a large number of Indian youths and families, it is
a pity since he was at the top of Indian intelligence. On the other
hand, if he knew all this and yet these networks were allowed to grow
and expand, undoubtedly he needs to answer them at the earliest.

Brits and their “little lies”


Mishra’s anti-China, anti-Pakistanwarnings were also picked up by
London’s Financial Times, a mouthpiece of the City of London, which
benefits immensely from the drug money that gets laundered through
offshore banks. In its article, Financial Times warned India on the
potential threat from China and identified Mishra as one who is not
only close to former Prime Minister Vajpayee, but also to the present
premier, Manmohan Singh. This “little lie” that Mishra is “close to
Manmohan Singh” was propagated in order to “convince” the readers that
it is not the decrepit Mishra who is saying this, but the statement
has its genesis at the very top.

The British interest in keeping the conflict going is not difficult to
understand. This country was broken up by the British colonials by
cutting India’s both wings to prevent India from moving eastward or
westward. India’s 1962 border clash with China and the inability of
both Beijing and New Delhi to resolve this conflict during the last
five decades has hurt both nations and has spawned various
secessionist groups in India’s northeast, who were financially aided
by the drug trafficking networks using drug money. But that drug money
is what keeps the City of London somewhat liquid with cash. An
imperial nation, ostensibly democratic, but that which has kept the
icon of its brutal colonial past, in the form of a moth-eaten feudal
head ensconced in Buckingham Palace, cannot change its stripes. Too
bad, Mishra does not have the wherewithal to get it.

The author is South Asian Analyst at Executive Intelligence Review
News Services Inc.

The original article was published in www.vijayvaani.com

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