A voice from India

A voice from India


I have amplified the audio here, which may make it a little more audible.

I have done some rough notes from the presentation,

This interview confirmed much of what I have been suspecting about the sudden “outbreak: of covid-19; Just in February they were trying to work out why COVID levels were so low.

Basically, India is a divided country with a tiny proportion of middle class and rich people living in the cities while the great mass of people eke out a survival in the villages.

This middle class are basically what she describes as idol worshippers for whom “doctor is God”.

There is no opposition, no pushback to what is happening ; in fact, she says you cannot call it a minority it is so minuscule.

Such deaths as there are (which are a miniscule proportion of deaths in the population) are among the educated middle class who have access to all the media propaganda and believe in it absolutely.

They are the segment of the population that have access to hospitals and vaccination.

The vast majority are illiterate and live in the villages. Sanambakshi confirmed what I suspected to be the case – that the ordinary people were untouched by this pandemic, including, as I suspected the millions attending the Kumba Mehl. The ordinary people have little access to modern, western medicine and have no intention to get tested or “vaccinated”; to this day rely on traditional Ayurvedic medicine. She says that the ordinary people are in grave danger but are oblivious to this.

She talked of some of the falsehoods perpetrated by the western media and cited the NY Post article that used a photo of a gas leak in 2020 to demonstrate their contention that people were literally dying in the streets.The impression is created that the situation is so bad that people are being burned outside. This plays on people’s ignorance because, as we know, India is predominately a Hindu country and it is an ongoing tradition that the dead are cremated in the open air on a funeral pyre.

It is the people who have access to education and to mass media in India that are dying while the vast majority are unaffected. She divides her presentation into 10 basic points as follows.  I will only reproduce what is specific to India.

1. Media

Fear- mongering creates fear and panic. Middle class people are very trusting in the media and censorship, and like people in the West rely on the “factcheckers” and treat them as trusted sources

2. False PCR testing

The middle class people take PCR testing for granted while the ordinary people are out of the loop.

3. Influenza-related illnesses

As in the West influenza has miraculously disappeared.

4.Hyper- apnoea from use of masks

People are suffocating themselves.

The fear of police is very high (and ubiquitous)  in India; police are basically gangsters who can grab you and beat you. You can never get justice. She talked of a small business operator in Mumbai who was beaten so badly for having his business open that he died on the spot. 

People can be fined 2,000 rupees for not wearing a mask alone while their car. People know it is harmful but out of fear won’t question, they just wear the mask.

Since the second wave media is recommending people wear masks in their houses, alone in their bedrooms

5. Overuse of oxygen and over-treatment with wrong treatment

People died last year from ventilators.

She said the same from overuse of oxygen. The overuse of oxygen is creating further dependency in lungs.change in microbiome in lungs.  In experiments, mice with influenza that were treated with antibiotics survived whilst those treated with oxygen died, usually from bacterial pneumonia.

A large part of why Indian people do not recover is dehydration. It is very hot and the water supply polluted. There are a lot of water borne illnesses in India.

She identified other aspects such as the inappropriate suppression of fever which keeps the infection in the upper part of body and prevents it going into the lungs along with the body’s innate immune system, 

She singled out the use of some drugs such as Remdesivir from which, she says 90% of people died. The people who don’t receive these drugs don’t die.

6. Rollout of the vaccine

Earlier, Ivermectin was prescribed but in August,  2020 was removed as a recommended treatment which led to a spike in deaths.

Since then the number of deaths has surged, corresponding to the end of treatment with Ivermectin and the introduction of the vaccine.

There has been no vaccine rollout in the villages due to the extreme shortage, so the bulk of ordinary Indians have been spared.

One of the Indian “vaccines”  Covishield vaccine is actually just AstraZenica  sold under a different name.

Vaccine deaths are always recorded as “coincidental” and have nothing to do with the vaccine.

7 The cultural background in the country

Collectivism and obedience are a natural part of Indian culture which comes from the predominant Hindu religion and the doctor is regarded as God. This translates into an extreme trust in medicine.

Doctors, like in the West, are very arrogant but much more so.

She talks of a lack of access to alternative information. In her estimation the urban middle class has little mental capacity to think for themselves or body awareness.  Consequently they are unable to make the correlation between injury and its source. People have little concept of constitutional or human rights; consequently there is no resistance

Most people get the Internet through cellphones – few have home access. Most are insufficiently educated to type and most information comes through You Tube and is just entertainment.  This is the land of Bollywood!

She offered this sharp criticism of Indian society but balanced it by saying ordinary folk have an intuitive sense of what is going on. 

8. The vaccine passport

She repeated that people in the cities are eager for the vaccines and how opposition is miniscule.

India under Modi is a long way down the road a to China-style social credit system and of control of the many by the few. It is well along the road to an oligarchy.

Prior to a few years ago there was no national system of identification.

From 2012 India has the Aadhaar ID – biometric data, fingerprint and iris scan system that covers about 90% of the population – about a billion people. 

Just in the past few days Narendra Modi has announced a new policy whereby the wealth of people to be mapped out in villages.

The same man who came up with the Aadhaar card is, along with Modi,  part of the WEF Davos crowd

9. Genocide through starvation

Modi has removed subsidies for the common farmer which previously had allowed them to survive.  She says genocide through starvation will come more easily in India than elsewhere.

The changes gave control of the food supply to the corporations.  Can’t compete with multinationals.

Farmers will be forced to sell their land giving control of the food supply to the corporations and 265 million people will starve.

When there is lockdown the people in the cities are supposed to go home but there is no work for them. These people do not have the reserves that people in the West that allow them to survive.

This is further discussed here

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