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03-03-2016, 02:45 PM
Today I went to a supermarket and asked for NON IODIZED salt .. the shopkeeper was surprised and said

" you are the first person who asked for NON IODIZED salt.. why do you want it ? while government spends crores of rupees advertising for IODIZED salt "..

As he was a friend of mine I explained a little bit and said point wise

1) our daily requirement of iodide is easily met with the normal diet we take of leafy vegetables milk meat etc ..ie we dont require extra iodine

2) any extra iodine is DANGEROUS for human health .. it stimulates THYROID gland leading to HYPERTHYROIDISM and after some years to HYPOTHYROIDISM due to thyroid dysfunction which is the MAJOR cause of FEMALE INFERTILITY in india..
once hypothyroidism sets in it leads to accumulation of TOXINS in our body leading to hormonal imbalance PCO uterine brest bladder cancers infertility impotency etc..

Then why is the government promoting and advertising it ? the shopkeeper asked..

I continued explanation..

3) our government is under international pressure to decrease the POPULATION and POISONING with iodine is one of the good method ..


..here are certain facts which will make you believe ..
1) people of pakistan are very intelligent they knew its an international DEPOPULATION operation and rejected iodized salt ..
just google "pakistan IODIZED salt conspiracy" you will be surprised
2) no developed american European countries in the world poison their salt with iodine ..check it
3) india SUDDENLY developed severe iodine deficiency about 30 years back ...before that there was no iodine deficiency even thousands of years ago all were healthy think about it

3) other methods of soft kill /depopulation are
1 fluoride in toothpaste
2 chlorine in drinking municipal tap water
3 bromine in bread, mineral water ,and coke/pepsi
4 sodium benzoate and parabens as preservatives

Research by
Naresh arya

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03-03-2016, 03:49 PM
One health problem that common enough to be found in third world countries is deficiency of iodine that cause hypothyroidism. It can cause several problems like lack of intelligence.

Cases of hypothyroidism that caused by deficiency of iodine were common enough found in Indonesia few decades ago, like cases that I have seen in mid of 70's when I was kid. That's why Indonesian government took action to fight hypothyroidism through popularize iodized salt. They launched campaign in communities, in schools, to invite people start to consume iodized salt, and asking salt producers to add iodine into their salt, without banning non iodized salt. The result?. Alhamdulillah, hypothyroidism now very rare in Indonesia.

Indian government have same reason too behind their policy to popularize iodized salt. This is not to decrease population. Indian government indeed, under pressure to decrease birth rate. But they try to control population through family planning, not through poisoning their own people.

Do not easy to believe conspiracy theory that spread by irresponsible people, okay?.

03-03-2016, 04:30 PM
Both posts are informative

sister herb
03-03-2016, 04:39 PM
Originally Posted by kmjamal
2) no developed american European countries in the world poison their salt with iodine ..check it
That´s a simple wrong information. Iodised salt is commonly used in Europe and the USA. In those countries the birth rate is lower than in India but it has nothing to do with the added iodine to salt. A better standard of living and social security keep a birth rate lower. Salt is not the only source where people can get iodine, it´s also commonly added to the cow´s feed and by that way people get it from the milk products.

Here is proof - my salt box:

(mineraalisuola = mineral salt, jodioitu = iodised)

Like br Ardianto wrote, don´t believe every conspiracy theories you find.

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03-03-2016, 09:01 PM
I have the research papers in a pdf form please read them and go through this screenshots.



03-03-2016, 10:15 PM
Indian government know that too much iodine can cause hypothyroidism too although it rare compared because lack of iodine. That's why they add iodine in salt within safe limit.

Bro, seem like you have been affected by conspiracy theories that put government on one side and people on another side, then government do conspiracy toward the people. But you forget something, mostly of government in the world, including Indian government, are come from citizens (people) and will back into citizens. This is democracy. The current Indian government will become ordinary citizen too after their period of duty has been over.

Now, how can people make conspiracy toward themselves?.

Do not easy to believe conspiracy theories which actually created by the anarchists.

03-03-2016, 11:26 PM
National Security Study Memorandum 200: Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests (NSSM200) was completed on December 10, 1974 by the United States National Security Council under the direction of Henry Kissinger.

It was adopted as official U.S. policy by President Gerald Ford in November 1975. [citation needed]
It was originally classified, but was later declassified and obtained by researchers in the early 1990s.

The basic thesis of the memorandum was that*population growth*in the*least developed countries*(LDCs) is a concern to U.S. national security, because it would tend to risk*civil unrest*and political instability in countries that had a high potential for economic development. The policy gives "paramount importance" to population control measures and the promotion of contraception among 13 populous countries.

This is to control rapid population growth which the U.S. deems inimical to the socio-political and economic growth of these countries and to the national interests of the United States, since the "U.S. economy will require large and increasing amounts of minerals from abroad", and these countries can produce destabilizing opposition forces against the United States.

It recommends that U.S. leadership "influence national leaders" and that "improved world-wide support for population-related efforts should be sought through increased emphasis on mass media and other population education and motivation programs by the UN, USIA, and USAID."

Thirteen countries are named in the report as particularly problematic with respect to U.S. security interests:*

India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines,Turkey, Nigeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Mexico, Colombia, and Brazil.

These countries are projected to create 47 percent of all*world population*growth.The report advocates the promotion of education and*contraception*and other population control measures, stating for instance that "No country has reduced its population growth without resorting to abortion".

It also raises the question of whether the U.S. should consider preferential allocation of surplus food supplies to states that are deemed constructive in use of population control measures.

Some of the key insights of report:

"The U.S. economy will require large and increasing amounts of minerals from abroad, especially from less developed countries [see National Commission on Materials Policy, Towards a National Materials Policy: Basic Data and Issues, April 1972].
That fact gives the U.S. enhanced interest in the political, economic, and social stability of the supplying countries.
Wherever a lessening of population pressures through reduced birth rates can increase the prospects for such stability, population policy becomes relevant to resource supplies and to the economic interests of the United States. …*

"Whether through government action, labor conflicts, sabotage, or civil disturbance, the smooth flow of needed materials will be jeopardized.
Although population pressure is obviously not the only factor involved, these types of frustrations are much less likely under conditions of slow or zero population growth" [Chapter III, "Minerals and Fuel"].

"Populations with a high proportion of growth. The young people, who are in much higher proportions in many LDCs, are likely to be more volatile, unstable, prone to extremes, alienation and violence than an older population. These young people can more readily be persuaded to attack the legal institutions of the government or real property of the 'establishment,' 'imperialists,' multinational corporations, or other-often foreign-influences blamed for their troubles" [Chapter V, "Implications of Population Pressures for National Security"].

"We must take care that our activities should not give the appearance to the LDCs of an industrialized country policy directed against the LDCs.

Caution must be taken that in any approaches in this field we support in the LDCs are ones we can support within this country.

"Third World" leaders should be in the forefront and obtain the credit for successful programs.

In this context it is important to demonstrate to LDC leaders that such family planning programs have worked and can work within a reasonable period of time." [Chapter I, "World Demographic Trends"]

The report advises, "In these sensitive relations, however, it is important in style as well as substance to avoid the appearance of coercion."

Abortion as a geopolitical strategy is mentioned several dozen times in the report with suggestive implications.


The so called citizen politicians on the take while these criminals flush pharmaceutical waste straight into rivers, it appears purposefully sometimes, also live in those countries, but most of them get made in the process and probably wouldn't drink tap water unless you gave them a few crore or put a gun to their head.

Drugs flushed into the environment could be cause of wildlife decline

New studies show antidepressants causing starlings to feed less and contraceptive drugs reducing fish populations in lakes

Synthetic oestrogen used in birth control pills wiped out fathead minnows in lakes used for experiments in Ontario, and seriously disrupted the whole ecosystem.*

Damian Carrington@dpcarringtonMonday 13 October 2014*00.01*BST

..... A few dramatic examples of wildlife harmed by drug contamination have been discovered previously, including male fish being feminised by the synthetic hormones used in birth-control pills and vultures in India being virtually wiped out by an anti-inflammatory drug given to the cattle on whose carcasses they feed.....
Inter-sex frogs have also recently been found in urban ponds contaminated with wastewater.


Also checking out philip battenberg's (his royal virus) comments on population should give you an idea of how citizen friendly they are.
Some of us haven't a clue how bad the plan for a new world order was.
Allah has provided some counters to the scheme, but His help is only at it's most powerful when the populations turn to Him.
They've basically milked the economy of the planet until the majority of resource aquiring credit vouchers are concentrated in the hands of the usurers and they know that the time for the usury based economies to implode is close at hand. They expect riots and fear the outcome of an empowered citizenry taking it all back by throwing off the shackles of falsehood.

"We shall have*world government*whether or not we like it.
The only question is whether world government will be achieved by conquest or consent."*
-- James Paul Warburg - In an address to the U.S. Senate, July 17th, 1950*

Sad thing is that some slaves think they're free.
You either admit that you're a bondman/bondwoman of God, or you reap the consequences of slavery to usurers.
There will indeed be a one world government unless this world ends before it's inception. It is inevitable when considering the history, facts, and the present phase .
The only question is whether it wil be khilafah/presidency upon the path of prophethood or khilafah/presidency upon the path of usury.

03-13-2016, 11:57 AM
In India, "the Emergency" refers to a 21-month period in 1975–77 when Prime Minister*Indira Gandhi*unilaterally had a*state of emergency*declared across the country.
Officially issued by President*Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed*under Article 352(1) of the*Constitution*for "internal disturbance", the Emergency was in effect from 25 June 1975 until its withdrawal on 21 March 1977.

The order bestowed upon the prime minister the authority to*rule by decree, allowing elections to be suspended and civil liberties to be curbed. For much of the Emergency, most of Gandhi's political opponents were imprisoned and the press was censored.

Several other atrocities were reported from the time, including a forced mass-sterilisation campaign spearheaded by*Sanjay Gandhi, the Prime Minister's son.
The Emergency is one of the most controversial periods of*independent India's history.


Apnara ki "harun kissingerer moger mulluk" cassette-ti shunechen?
Tum sab kya "harun kissinger ka moger mulluk" cassette suna?

It appears that they have diverted the focus from overt force to covert manipulation, modhi is a perfect example as demonstrated clearly via his wooing of the zuckerberg type, a generation of social media hype suckerbergs.

Indira's ascent was backed by her charismatic appeal among the masses that was aided by her government's near-radical leftward turns. These include the July 1969 nationalisation of several major banks and the September 1970 abolition of the privy purse; these were often done suddenly, via ordinance, to the universal shock of her opponents. Subsequently, unlike the Syndicate and other opponents, Indira was seen as "standing for socialism in economics and secularism in matters of religion, as being pro-poor and for the development of the nation as a whole."

In the 1971 general elections, the people rallied behind Indira's populist slogan of*Garibi Hatao!*(get rid of poverty!) (((America prints free dollars and then subjugates you to serfdom and slave labour))) to award her a huge majority (352 seats out of 518). "By the margin of its victory," historian*Ramachandra Guha*later wrote, Congress (R) came to be known as the real Congress, "requiring no qualifying suffix."I

In December 1971, under her proactive war leadership, India routed arch-enemy Pakistan in a war that led to the independence of Bangladesh, formerly East Pakistan. (that's why i grin at the irony when i see bangladesh's government trying to use nationalism and pride of "independence" as a tool - especially when considering that motilal nehru the freemason was the father of the man made first prime minister of "independent" india, the first man made president of "independent" india was rajendra prasad - also a freemason. and considering the fact that the invading british east india company run via masonry had established the grand lodges of india and run them as secret societies and governments within governments for centuries).

Awarded the*Bharat Ratna*the next month, she was at her greatest peak; for her biographer*Inder Malhotra, "The Economist's description of her as the 'Empress of India' seemed apt." Even opposition leaders, who routinely accused her of being a dictator and of fostering a*personality cult, referred to her as*Durga, a Hindu goddess.[4][5][6]

Increasing government control of the judiciaryEdit

In the famous*Golaknath*case, the*Supreme Court*said that the*Constitution*could not be amended by*Parliament*if it affects basic issues such as fundamental rights. To nullify this judgement Parliament, dominated by the Indira Gandhi Congress, passed the*24th Amendment*in 1971. Similarly, after the government lost a Supreme Court case for withdrawing the*privy purse*given to erstwhile princes, Parliament passed the 26th Amendment. This gave constitutional validity to the government's abolition of the privy purse and nullified the Supreme Court's order.This judiciary–executive battle would continue in the landmark*Kesavananda Bharati*case, where the 24th Amendment was called into question. With a wafer-thin majority of 7 to 6, the bench of the Supreme Court restricted Parliament's*amendment power*by stating it could not be used to alter the "basic structure" of the Constitution. Subsequently, Prime Minister Gandhi made*A. N. Ray—the senior most judge amongst those in the minority in*Kesavananda Bharati—as*Chief Justice of India. Ray superseded three judges more senior to him—J. M. Shelat,*K.S. Hegde*and Grover—all members of the majority in*Kesavananda Bharati. Indira Gandhi's tendency to control the judiciary met with severe criticism, both from the press and political opponents such as*Jayaprakash Narayan*("JP").

Political unrestEdit

During 1973–75, political unrest against the Indira Gandhi government increased across the country. (This led to some Congress-party leaders to demand for a move towards a*presidential system, with a more-powerful directly elected executive.) The most significant of the initial such movement was the*Nav Nirman*movement in Gujarat, between December 1973 and March 1974. Student unrest against the state's education minister ultimately forced the central government to dissolve the state legislature, leading to the resignation of the chief minister,*Chimanbhai Patel, and the imposition of*President's rule. After the re-elections in June 1977, Gandhi's party was defeated by the*Janata alliance, formed by parties opposed to the ruling Congress party. In March–April 1974, a student agitation by the Bihar Chatra Sangharsh Samiti received the support of*Gandhian*socialist*Jayaprakash Narayan, referred to as*JP, against the Bihar government. In April 1974, in Patna, JP called for "total revolution", asking students, peasants, and labour organisations to*non-violently*transform Indian society. He also demanded the dissolution of the state government, but this was not accepted by Centre. A month later, the railway-employees union, the largest union in the country, went on a nationwide strike. This strike was brutally suppressed by the Indira Gandhi government, which arrested thousands of employees and drove their families out of their quarters.Even within parliament, the government faced much criticism. Ever since she took charge as prime minister in 1966, Indira Gandhi 's government had to face ten*no-confidence motions*in the*Lok Sabha

They are one of the world’s oldest secretive societies whose members included Motilal Nehru, Vivekananda, JRD Tata, King George VI and George Washington, among others. Their temples and lodges are specimens of grand architecture and their arcane rituals have inspired as much curiosity as fear.They are the Freemasons.

Freemasonry, an esoteric fraternity which owes its origin in the late 16th to 17th century in Scotland and England came to India through the East India Company in the early 18th century.

They are known by their most recognisable symbol of an interlaced ‘Square and Compass’, found on the facade of all Freemason’s Hall.The Grand Lodge of India (GLI) is the main governing body of Freemasonry within India. It was officially constituted on November 24, 1961 and celebrated its Golden Jubilee last year.Before the establishment of its own order there were three delegations from the Grand Lodge of Scotland, Grand Lodge of Ireland and Grand Lodge of England.“Our first lodge was a military one established by the EIC in 1730.

After the British took it back to England post-Independence, the oldest surviving lodge, now in India is the Calcutta’s Freemason’s Hall, known as ‘The Star in the East’,” Ambarish Singh Roy, a Freemason and Assistant Regional Grand Secretary, Regional Grand Lodge of Eastern India said.
The fraternity is administratively organised into independent Grand Lodges or sometimes Orients, each of which governs its own jurisdiction, which consists of subordinate or daughter Lodges. Grand Lodges are independent and sovereign bodies that govern Masonry in a given country, state, or geographical area (termed a jurisdiction).Made famous by the bestsellers of Dan Brown, like ‘The Da Vinci Code’, the Freemasons society commands a global membership of over 6 millions and their number in India is only growing. Their secret and elaborate rituals involve a checkered-board floor and their lodges are run well by ‘Grand Masters’.

India’s first President Rajendra Prasad, first Vice-President S Radhakrishnan, Sir Phirozeshah Mehta, C Rajagopalachari, Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy, the Nawab Of Pataudi Mansur Ali Khan, Maharaja Jivaji Rao Scindia, among other eminent Indians, were also Freemasons, according to information on the Regional Grand Lodge of North India.


Jawaharlal Nehru in 1947 (son of mothilal nehru, father of indhira gandhi)
1st*Prime Minister of India
In office: 15 August 1947*– 27 May 1964
Monarch: George VI (until 26 January 1950)
President: Rajendra PrasadSarvepalli Radhakrishnan
Governor General: The Earl Mountbatten of Burma Chakravarti Rajagopalachari(until 26 January 1950)
Deputy: Vallabhbhai Patel
"It doesn't matter who the people voted for; they always vote for us".

26.*Then where are you going?
27.*Verily this is no less than a Message to (all) the Worlds:
28.*(With profit) to whoever among you wills to go straight:
29.*But ye shall not will except as Allah wills,- the Lord, Master and Cherisher of the Worlds.

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