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Subject: The conspiracy behind Anna Hazare’s Lokpal Bill What I have mentioned below, may appear as a stretch of imagination. But unfortunately it is true. I have the highest regards for Anna Hazare, but the way he is playing into the hands of India baiters is a cause to worry. Kindly read this when you are in a relaxed mood as it is going to take your five minutes. How is it that, Anna Hazare, whose popularity was hitherto confined only to Maharashtra, suddenly emerged as a national icon and how did his movement take the nation by storm? The truth is that the unprecedented media coverage of the event and the running commentary on the progress of Hazare’s ‘fast unto death’ agitation by the electronic media had almost paralyzed the nation for a week and it also helped to create a halo around Anna Hazare. The hype around Anna Hazare’s fast unto death agitation had also brought to light Hazare’s humble background and simple lifestyle and his successful fight against corruption in the past. Coming at a time when the people of India are extremely angry and agitated over the magnitude of corruption in India, as have been revealed through scams like 2G Spectrum, CWG and Adarsh Society, they were highly impressed by the honesty, simplicity and the past record of Hazare as a crusader against corruption and they wholeheartedly supported his “India against corruption” movement. The turn of events not only elevated him to the status of a national icon, but a section of the media even started projecting Hazare as a second ‘Mahatma’ in the making. Civil Society Groups Unlike the past agitational programmes of Anna Hazare, his present ‘India Against Corruption’ movement was totally planned and organized by the civil society activists. But who are these civil society activists? It is the same NGO and human rights groups which were earlier known as social action groups or non-party political formations that are now projecting themselves as the so-called civil society organizations. Many prominent activists of these foreign-

funded civil society groups were found actively associated with or supporting various militant and anti-national movements in the country. The civil society groups have a very powerful and growing network of highly educated and talented, but evil-minded, activists in the country. It is a well-calculated strategy of the civil society groups to infiltrate into all popular movements and social, academic and cultural institutions in the country and take control of the same. It is in accordance with this strategy that the control of some socio-cultural institutions like the Kalakshetra of Chennai, Yashwant Rao Chavan Academy of Development and Administration (YASHDA) of Pune, INTACH of Delhi and hundreds of other social, cultural and research institutions has been wrested by the civil society groups. The civil society activists also try to win over influential social activists and crusaders into their camp through various means to expand and strengthen their movement and also enhance the image of the powerful civil society network in India. For instance, sometime around 1985, prominent civil society activist Medha Patkar and her associates had successfully lured an eminent social activist Baba Amte of Maharashtra into the civil society camp by allegedly helping him to win the coveted Ramon Magsaysay Award for the service he did among the lepers in the state. He even shifted his base from “Anandvan ashram” in Wardha to the bank of river Narmada in 1989 to become a full time activist of Narmada Bachao Andolan led by Medha Patkar. In the very next year ie 1990, he won the Templeton Award for his work among the lepers in the state. This award, carrying a cash component of $279000, was instituted by the Templeton Foundation of U.K. Baba Amte died on February 9, 2008. Baba Amte’s son Dr. Prakash Amte and daughter-in-law Dr.Mandakini Amte, who are also part of the civil society now, also won the Ramon Magsaysay award in 2008, for community leadership. Former IPS officer Kiran Bedi is another good catch by the civil society lobby. Even when she was in service, she had always remained in the public limelight not only for being the first woman IPS officer in India, but also for her knack of courting controversies. Though she was

smart and intelligent and a skillful manipulator in maintaining public relations, discipline was not one of her virtues. She was reportedly a big headache for all her superior officers, while in service. The civil society activists had correctly judged her potential as a future activist during her service days itself and had been cultivating her since long. No wonder, she won the Ramon Magsaysay Award in 1994 for her role in introducing jail reforms. When failed to get elevated as the Commissioner of Delhi Police, a dejected Bedi opted for voluntary retirement in December, 2007. After her retirement, a documentary film on her life was produced by an Australian film maker Megan Doneman who also directed the film. This documentary titled “Yes, Madam Sir” which was screened at Santa Barbara International Festival in 2009 won two top awards, $100000 for best documentary and $2500 for Santa Barbara “Social Justice Award”. Narrated by Helen Mirren, the academy award winning actress, the 94-minute documentary tracks down Bedi’s tumultuous career in the police force. Kiran Bedi was present during the film’s screening in Toronto, Dubai and Adelaide. The so-called civil society had reportedly played a key role in producing this film for giving a big boost to Kiran Bedi’s image. Their efforts have not gone in vain. Ms. Bedi is a full-fledged activist of the so-called civil society now. The film “Yes, Madam Sir” is yet to be released in India. The civil society activists have been trying to woo Anna Hazare into the civil society camp for quite some time and it appears that Hazare has fallen into the trap set by the civil society groups to lure him to their side with national level mobilization of support for his “India against corruption” movement. Apparently, the civil society activists wanted to exploit the clean image of Anna Hazare to launch a popular movement to get a draconian anti-corruption bill, in the form of the proposed Jan Lokpal bill, passed and control and dominate it by inducting their own nominees into it. But, does Anna Hazare know the real identity, personal credentials, true colour and ultimate objectives of these so-called civil society activists? A brief account of the views and activities of some of these civil society activists given, as under, would help to understand their true nature better.

Harsh Mander: He is a prominent civil society activist and a member of the National Advisory Council. In a write up in Hindustan Times, dated 13th April, 2011, he wrote that he did not visit Anna Hazare at the venue of his ‘fast unto agitation’ in Delhi as he was disturbed by the large portrait of Bharat Mata that adorned the stage. He was further hurt when he saw some Hindu leaders like Baba Ramdev, Shri Shri Ravi Shankar and RSS leader Ram Madhav visiting Anna Hazare. Mander further added that later when Hazare praised Narendra Modi for the developmental work undertaken in Gujarat, he was convinced that he took the right decision by not visiting Anna Hazare at Jantar Mantar. A. Padma, wife of Ramakrishna, state secretary of CPI-Maoist in Andhra Pradesh, was arrested by the Orissa police from Koraput district of Orissa on November 13, 2010. On interrogation by the police, it was found that she was working under the assumed name Sirishakka since October 2008 as a home manager cum tutor in “Rainbow” orphanage for girls, run by ‘Aman Biradari’, an NGO founded by Harsh Mander in Hyderabad. She was one of the Maoist leaders released by the Orissa government in exchange of abducted collector of Malkangiri district R.Vineel Krishna. Harsh Mander, a former IAS officer, who gets upset by the mere sight of a Bharat Mata portrait had no problem in giving shelter to a top woman Maoist leader. Medha Patkar: She is the top most leader of the anti-development lobby in India. The NGOs floated by her like the National Alliance of People’s Movememt (NAPM) and Narmada Bachao Andolan had played a stellar role in blocking or stalling hundreds of big development projects in India since last 25 years by raking up issues like rehabilitation, loss of livelihood and environmental pollution. The Narmada project which involves the construction of a number of small and big dams spread over four states is delayed by about 20 years because of the obstructionist activities of Medha Patkar. With the help of some

international NGOs, she was also successful in blocking a $480 million loan sanctioned by the world bank and another $200 million loan sanctioned by the Japanese government for the Narmada project. She is also a staunch supporter of the Maoist movement and was twice attacked by the villagers of Chattisgarh for her open support to Maoists. In another development, the Supreme Court on April 5, 2011, has issued notice to Medha Patkar-headed NGO Narmada Bachao Andolan (NBA) on Madhya Pradesh government’s plea to initiate perjury proceedings against her NGO for filing a false affidavit in the court about the alleged acquisition of five villages in MP for Omkareswar dam project.. Arundhati Roy: On March 6, 2002, Arundhati Roy was sentenced to a ‘symbolic’ one day in prison by the Supreme Court for her criticism against the court’s judgment in favour of the Narmada dam project. A two-judge panel had said that she was guilty of “scandalizing the court and lowering its dignity through her statements.” Arundhati Roy is a staunch supporter of the Maoist movement and describes Maoists as Gandhians with guns. She is also of the firm view that Afzal Guru who was sentenced to death in the Parliament attack case is innocent and has criticized the Supreme Court for upholding his death sentence without even giving him a fair trial. Addressing a massive anti-India rally organized by Kashmiri separatists in Kashmir valley on August 18, 2008, Ms.Roy had declared that India needs azadi from Kashmir as much as Kashmir needs azadi from India. On another occasion, participating in an antiIndia seminar organized by the civil society activists in Delhi on October 21, 2010, she thundered that Kashmir should get azadi from the ‘bhooke-nange’ Hindustan. Arundhati Roy, who is a strong critic of India’s nuclear ambitions, had expressed her shock and anger over the Pokran-II nuclear tests and had said that she was ashamed to be an Indian. She had further declared herself as an independent mobile republic and a citizen of earth. She has written several articles in support of Kashmiri separatists, Maoists and also against the unjust

death sentence given to Afzal Guru in the Parliament attack case. Swami Agnivesh: On March 26, 2011, Swami Agnivesh and his supporters who went to Dantewada area in Chattisgarh with some relief materials for the villagers whose houses were allegedly burned down by the police and Salva Judum activists, were roughed up and chased out of the area by angry villagers because of Agnivesh’s links with Maoists. Swami Agnivesh had also raised slogans hailing Maoists following the release of five abducted policemen of Chattisgarh by the Maoists on April 15, 2011, as per an affidavit submitted by the Chattisgarh government in the Supreme Court. This fake Hindu leader is notorious for his close links with the Maoists. Aruna Roy: Ms.Aruna Roy is serving as a member of the National Advisory Council (NAC) for a second time. She started her career as an IAS officer in 1968. She quit the IAS in 1975, opting to become a social activist along with her husband Sanjit Bunkar Roy at Tilonia, Ajmer district in Rajastan. She started working independently from 1983 and later founded the NGO Mazdoor Kisan Sakti Saghatana in 1990. In the name of empowering the marginalized sections of people, she was found promoting militancy among the Adivasis and Dalits. She is also a staunch supporter of the Maoist movement. She won the Ramon Magsaysay award in 2000 for her work done for the peasants and workers. She had also played a leading role in the enactment and implementation of the RTI Act. Teesta Satalvad: The Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation Team which conducted detailed inquires into various incidents of atrocities during the Gujarat riots had severely censured rights activist Teesta Satalvad, Convener of the NGO “Citizens for Justice and Peace” for cooking up stories and fabricating evidence to dub Hindu activists as

rapists and murderers, deliberately meant to incite anger and hatred among the Muslims. The SIT led by R.K.Raghavan, former director of CBI, told the Supreme Court on April 13, 2009 about the involvement of Teesta Satalvad in fabrication of evidence against the riot accused. In a report submitted before a Bench comprising of Justices Arijit Pasayat, P.Sathasivam and Aftab Alam, the SIT alleged that many incidents of killings and other acts of violence as alleged by Satalvad were actually cooked up, false charges were leveled and false witnesses were tutored to give evidence about imaginary incidents. Quoting from the SIT report, Gujarat counsel and senior advocate Mukul Rohtagi said that 22 witnesses who had submitted identical affidavits before various courts were questioned by the SIT which found that they had been tutored and handed over affidavits by Teesta Satalvad, although they had not actually witnessed any riot incidents. Pointing out a specific instance, the SIT said how the evidence of 22 witnesses was suspect, owing to the identical submissions made in their affidavits submitted to the court. The SIT found that all the 22 affidavits were drafted, typed and printed from the same computer giving sufficient grounds to believe that they were tutored. .(“NGOs,Teesta spiced up riot incidents: SIT”, TOI, dated. Aril 15, 2009) When three catholic nuns were raped by about 20-24 tribals at Jhabua in Madhya Pradesh on 23d September, 1998, the so-called secular press and the civil rights activists initially put the blame on Hindu activists and conducted a campaign against the Sangh Parivar throughout India. In Mumbai, civil society activists Teesta Satalvad and Asghar Ali Engineer joined Archbishop Evan Dias in conducting a campaign against the Sangh Parivar. Catholic schools in Mumbai observed a bandh in protest against the incident and school children were used to conduct protest morchas. Finally when the investigation was over, it was found that the accused arrested in the case included 12 tribal Christians, and not a single Hindu activist was involved. Teesta Satalvad was pulled up by the Supreme Court on January 11, 2011, for sending copies of communications addressed to Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the Gujarat riots to the UN Human

Rights Commission. As in Sri Lanka and elsewhere, the civil rights activists in India also enjoy the patronage of the UN Human Rights Commission. Ramachandra Guha: On 23, June, 2010, during a lunch-time lecture on his book “India after Gandhi”organized by Nyenrode, the Netherlands Institute of International Relations and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, historian and civil society activist Ramachandra Guha asserted that despite its impressive economic growth, India will never become an economic super power. According to him, India’s enormous economic growth contains a multitude of sins and he felt that beset with internal problems, fissures and contradictions, India is unlikely to survive as a nation. He expressed the view that India should not even dream of becoming a super power. Lachit Bordolai and Hiranya Saikya Civil society activists Lachit Bordolai and Hiranya Saikya figured in the 11-member People’s Consultative Group (PCG) appointed by the UPA government to hold peace dialogue with the ULFA leaders. Only civil society activists acceptable to both the Centre and the ULFA leadership are appointed as members of People’s Consultative Group. Ironically, in February, 2008, PCG member and a prominent human rights activist Lachit Bordolai himself was arrested under the NSA by the Assam police in connection with an ULFA plot to hijack a plane from Guwahati to Pakistan in 2007. Another PCG member Hiranya Saikya was also arrested by the Assam police under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act on 22nd. June, 2008 for acting as a conduit for communicating messages and instructions from the ULFA top brass to the field activists. In fact all the civil society activists nominated to the People’s Consultative Group (PCG), including noted writer Indira Goswami, and accepted as mediators by the government are found to have close links with the activists of ULFA.

Rajinder Sachar: Civil society activist and retired chief justice of Delhi High Court Rajinder Sachar, through his Sachar Committee report on the status of Muslims in India had tried to convince the whole world that the Muslims in India are mostly poor, backward and illiterate as there is wide-spread discrimination against them in the fields of education and employment. The report further said that their percentage in government service is disproportionately low and in the security agencies, it is even further lower. He used cooked up data, lies and half truths to arrive at this conclusion. The extent of damage done to the country by this report can be verified from the coverage of 2008 Mumbai attacks by the international media. While commenting on the event, a substantial section of the western media extensively quoted from the Sachar Committee report to justify the terror attacks in Mumbai as a sort of retaliation for the ill-treatment of Muslims in India. Sachar, who is a supporter of various militant movements in India had organized press conferences in the past to condemn the arrest of Maoist leaders like Arun Pareria and Maoist supporters like Dr.Binayak Sen. In January, 2000, when Naga under ground leader Th. Muivah was arrested by Thailand police for traveling from Karachi to Bangkok on a fake passport, Rajinder Sachar had air-dashed to Bangkok to express his support and solidarity with the arrested Naga leader. From the brief account given above about the so-called civil society activists in India, it is unmistakably clear that all the core activists of the civil society are simply a bunch of anti-nationals who are cultivated by certain western agencies to work as a fifth column to promote fissiparous tendencies in India. These activists do not believe in nationalism or national boundaries. In fact they do not even believe in the concept of India as a nation state. Their argument is that India was never a united and independent entity in the past and this conglomeration of warring kingdoms were brought together by the British only for administrative convenience. They believe that India is still a conglomeration of different nationalities, who are kept suppressed by the brutal state power. Supported by the western

lobby, these activists believe that several states in India are on the verge of a civil war and it is their duty to help the different nationalities in India to achieve their goal of independence. It is in accordance with such a dangerous doctrine that the civil society activists are indulging in various disruptive and antinational activities in India, as stated below. The civil society activists support all militant and secessionist movements in India, like Islamic militancy, ULFA, Maoist movement, Kashmiri separatists, etc. They are opposed to India’s nuclear and space programmes. They are opposed to all development projects in India. They are against allocation of more funds for strengthening our armed forces. They promote militancy among the Adivasis and Dalits and also try to create differences and clashes between Dalits and upper caste people in the country. They try to defame all nationalist forces in the country. They particularly target Narendra Modi, a highly popular and dynamic leader and an efficient administrator who has the potential to become a strong and popular prime minister of India. They are opposed to all stringent and effective laws meant to curb terrorism. Civil society leader Rajinder Sachar was the main speaker at a convention organized by the left extremists and civil society activists in New Delhi on April 15, 2010, to condemn the alleged genocidal war crimes perpetrated by the Sri Lankan government on Tamils in Sri Lanka and India’s indifference to the plight of Sri Lankan Tamils. One of the resolutions unanimously passed by the convention is

reproduced below. “The House condemns the Indian state’s war on the various nationalities fighting for self-determination”. This resolution clearly shows that the civil society activists consider people in all insurgency-affected states in India as different nationalities and they have no inhibition or qualms of conscience in declaring their open, unambiguous and unashamed support for the various militant and secessionist movements in the country. It is in such a camp of fifth columnists that Anna Hazare has landed up now. Conspiracy behind Anna Hazare’s “Fast unto death” agitation Anna Hazare’s “Fast unto death” agitation in Delhi from April 5, 2011 was the result of a big conspiracy hatched by the civil society activists, pro-western English media and the National Advisory Council. The 2G, CWG and other scams and also the corruption charges raised by former Union Minister Subramanyam Swami directly against Sonia Gandhi had all sullied the image of the UPA government very badly and the UPA had started losing by-elections in different states. Baba Ramdev’s anti-corruption campaign was also gaining momentum. Addressing a mammoth rally against corruption organized by Ramdev’s supporters in New Delhi on February 27, 2011, Ramdev had openly attacked the Congress for encouraging corruption in India. Ramdev had planned more such rallies and the Congress leadership was clearly unnerved. They knew that something had to be done urgently to divert the attention of the people and to neutralize Baba Ramdev’s campaign against corruption and black money. The civil society activists who came to the rescue of Sonia Gandhi then used Anna Hazare to launch a ‘fast unto death’ agitation demanding a stronger Lokpal Bill with inclusion of civil society members in the drafting committee and assuring Hazare national level mobilization of support for him by the vast and powerful network of civil society activists. The agitation that lasted for five days had an electrifying effect on the nation because of the unprecedented projection it got from the press and electronic media. The civil society activists

organized protest demonstrations, dharnas, hunger strike and meetings in all major cities in India in support of Hazare’s agitation in Delhi. People in the cities were glued to different TV channels to know the latest development over Hazare’s fast. The hysteria created by the media over Hazare’s fast elevated him to the status of a national icon and he seemed to enjoy it. He probably started having hallucinations about becoming another Mahatma as indicated by his comment that had he continued his fast for another three or four days, the UPA government would have collapsed. Whatever it may be, the five-day ‘fast unto death’ agitation planned and executed by the civil society activists was a bigger success than they hoped for as it helped to divert people’s attention from various scams to the controversial Lokpal Bill relegating the issue of corruption to the back seat. It also gave a big boost to Hazare’s personal image placating him and cementing his integration into the civil society club and cleared the way for the adoption of a stronger and more draconian Lokpal Bill. The five-day drama also showed how Anna Hazare has already become a prisoner of the so-called civil society. Anna Hazare during one of his interactive sessions with the newsmen at his agitational venue in Delhi had praised the development work done by chief ministers Narendra Modi and Nitish Kumar in their respective states. The civil society activists like Medha Patkar and Harsh Mander had immediately taken objection to Hazare’s praise for Narendra Modi and drawing his attention to the role of Modi in the genocide of Muslims during the 2002 communal riots in Gujarat. Anna Hazare subsequently was forced to issue a clarification stating that he had only praised Modi’s development work in Gujarat, and not his role in dealing with the riots. Media’s role A substantial section of the English media, both the press and electronic, under the influence of certain western agencies has always been supporting all anti-social elements and forces in the country for the past few years. Such biased sections of media had unashamedly supported Maoist movement, Kashmiri separatists, Islamic militants, etc, in the past. It is the same section of media which went out of the way to project Anna Hazare as a new messiah of the people and

ensured the success of his ‘fast unto death’ agitation, which makes its intentions suspect. Where was this media, when Baba Ramdev addressed a massive gathering in Delhi on February 27ththis year as part of his drive against corruption and black money? It got hardly any mention in the media. The media which helped to elevate Anna Hazare to the status of a national icon also helped the civil society crooks to hijack the anti-corruption drive of Baba Ramdev, using Anna Hazare. The civil society activists were also able to snatch a major role in drafting the Lokpal Bill and ensuring majority representation for them in the proposed all-powerful institution of Lokpal. Jan Lokpal bill The proposed Jan Lokpal bill, if accepted in the present form as drafted by the civil society activists, will be the most draconian piece of legislation. The bill demands that the members of the Lokpal be conferred with judicial and police powers. They also want the Supreme Court and Prime Minister also to be brought under the purview of the Lokpal. If this demand is accepted, the monster called Lokpal will have the power to dismiss even the Prime Minister and the chief justice of the Supreme Court. A selection panel comprising of following dignitaries will appoint the members of the Lokpal. 1) Chairpersons of both Houses of Parliament 2) Two senior most judges of Supreme Court 3) Two senior most chief justices of High Court 4) All Nobel Laureates of Indian origin 5) Chairperson of National Human Rights Commission 6) Last two Magsaysay Award winners of Indian origin 7) Comptroller and Auditor General of India

8) Chief Election Commissioner 9) Bharat Ratna Award winners. If these are the guidelines for constituting the selection panel, then most of the members in Lokpal will be the nominees of the civil society. What better prescription is there for the decimation of India as a nation state? The inclusion of Nobel Laureates of Indian origin and last two Magsaysay Award winners of Indian origin in the selection panel is interesting. Past experience shows that only nominees approved by the U.S. government can win the Nobel Prize. For instance, though many ardent fans of Mahatma Gandhi have won the Nobel Peace Prize, Gandhi himself was denied this honour despite being nominated five times and short-listed thrice. Gandhi, who showed the world that anything can be achieved through ‘satyagrah’ and nonviolence was nominated for the award in 1937, 1938, 1939,1947 and a few days before he was martyred in January 1948. Similarly, India’s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, also failed to win the Nobel Prize, though he was nominated for this coveted award 11 times. Probably the socialist views of Nehru and Gandhi’s criticism against the conversion activities of Christian missionaries were not to the liking of the Nobel Committee and the U S. While Gandhi and Nehru were denied the Nobel Peace Prize, those who won the Nobel Peace award include the master manipulator and war monger Henry Kissinger in 1973, PLO leader and a terrorist Yasser Arafat in 1994 and Mikhail Gorbachev in 1990 for presiding over the disintegration of the Soviet Union. The fact that some CIA-linked human rights organizations who support Maoist movement in India could mobilize the support of 44 Nobel Laureates to demand the immediate release of Dr.Binayak Sen, a jailed pro-Maoist human rights activist of Chattisgarh, further confirms the continued loyalty of Nobel Laureates to the various US agencies. As far as the Magsaysay Award winners are concerned, this award is an American award for Asians. These annual awards given to Asians

under different categories, were constituted in 1957 by the Rockefeller Foundation in memory of Ramon Magsaysay, the former President of Philippines. The Magsaysay awards were earlier given to eligible people in five categories. In 2000, a new category, called emergent leadership, was introduced with the financial support from Ford Foundation and Aruna Roy of India was the first recipient of this category. The Magsaysay awards now appear to be reserved for only civil society activists or their nominees, as can be seen from the appended list of awardees since 2000. Year 2000 2001 2002 Winner Aruna Roy, a civil society activist. Rajendra Singh Sandeep Pandey -do-do-

2003 J.M.Lyngdoh, a former chief election commissioner who after the Gujarat riots in 2002, postponed the state assembly elections in Gujarat despite opposition from Chief Minister Narendra Modi. 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Admiral (Rtd) L.Ramdas, civil society activist V,Shanta, a nominee of civil society. Aravind Kejrival, civil society activist. P.Sainath, a supporter of civil society. Dr.Prakash Amte and Dr.Mandakini Amte, civil society activists. 2009 Deepti Joshi -do-

Truth about Anna Hazare’s “India Against Corruption” movement The recent anti-corruption campaign and the “fast unto death” agitation planned and executed by the civil society activists using Anna Hazare as a tool was a big fraud committed by the so-called civil society activists on the innocent people of India to get an all-powerful ’Lokpal’ Bill passed. The proposed Lokpal Bill seeks to undermine the authority of even the Supreme Court of India, which amounts to a change in the basic structure of our constitution. All core activists of the civil society enjoy the patronage of Sonia Gandhi. The National Advisory Council (NAC) is a representative body of the civil society activists. Ten of the 14 members in the NAC are civil society activists and other four are supporters of the civil society. Sonia Gandhi who controls the UPA government is also the chairperson of the NAC. Herein lies the great deception. There is no difference between the civil society activists and Sonia’s NAC members. Hence the proposed Lokpal institution is likely to be dominated by the minions of Sonia Gandhi. This will be disastrous. Since the civil society leaders want the break up of India, all nationalist leaders and institutions will be the first target of the proposed Lokpal. The only way to save the situation is to stop the Lokpal Bill altogether. The ‘Lokpal’ could be a good and effective institution only if it is brought under the control of the Supreme Court, only impartial and eminent citizens or judges are inducted into it and all civil society activists are kept out of it. The public anger against corruption was ignited first by the explosion caused by the 2G spectrum scam involving a huge loss of more than Rs.170000 crore to the exchequer. More such scams as brought to light by the CWG scam and Adarsh Society scam, etc. involving huge losses to the exchequer and other irregularities further enraged the masses and their anger was mainly directed against UPA ministers and other party leaders who were involved in those scams. Under such circumstances when Anna Hazare started his “India Against Corruption” movement, it got overwhelming support from the people. The continued projection of Anna Hazare’s ‘fast unto death’ agitation demanding a stronger Lokpal Bill suddenly diverted the focus of public attention from the mega scams to the Lokpal Bill giving a much

needed respite to the UPA government. Thus the civil society activists with the help of a biased media not only bailed out the UPA government from the scam attack but paved the way for the creation of a civil society-dominated monstrous Lokpal Bill which if passed is certain to be misused by the civil society activists to achieve their sinister objectives. Anna Hazare has done immense harm to the country by aligning with the civil society activists. He has cheated the people and betrayed the country by becoming a party to the evil designs of the civil society. Just as Kiran Bedi was lured into the civil society club with the bait of Ramon Magsaysay award and a 94-minute documentary on Ms.Bedi, Anna Hazare also seems to have been lured into the civil society camp with the bait of a national icon status and a possible “Mahatmahood”. If Anna Hazare continues to be associated with the so-called civil society activists, he will soon be proved to be a fake Mahatma. and a poor judge of people. Civil Society Groups, an international menace The civil society organizations are promoted, funded and controlled by certain western intelligence agencies, Corporate Houses and Foundations and Christian funding agencies to protect the interests of the US and its NATO allies and the church all over the world. The sinister activities of these groups are not confined to India alone. These groups are active in almost all countries in the world including Russia and China. However their assignments differ from one country to other depending upon the strategic interests of the western lobby in a particular country and the political affiliation of the ruling regime in that country. For instance, in authoritarian countries like China, Cuba and Venezuela, the objective of these groups is to cultivate a congenial atmosphere for the overthrow of the ruling regimes. In Russia, Prime Minister Putin is using some stringent laws introduced by him when he was the president, to curb the subversive activities of the civil society groups. In China, there are severe restrictions on civil society groups and a number of such groups were banned in the past. Liu Xiaobo, a Chinese national who won the Nobel Prize for peace in

2010, is a civil society activist of China. He is presently undergoing a 11-year jail term in China for his alleged subversive activities. After the decimation of the LTTE, Sri Lanka is at last free from the three-decade old civil war and terrorism. But the civil society activists in Sri Lanka are accusing President Mahindra Rajapakse of genocide of thousands of innocent Tamils during the final phase of the war and calling for his trial by an international court for war crimes. In this regard, they have the backing of the United Nations, which has been reduced to a tool of USA and its allies for promoting their interests all over the world. In India, the civil society groups support the UPA government as it is a friendly political regime, controlled by some pro-US elements. Two main objectives of the so-called civil society in India are to promote Christianity and to encourage and support all militant and insurgency movements in India with the ultimate objective of a Soviet Union-type break-up of India into ten or fifteen independent smaller countries, which will serve the strategic interests of the USA. A big country like India with the second largest population in the world and fast-growing economy will be a big threat to America’s economic and military domination of the world. Hence the civil society is used by the U.S. and its allies to destabilize India by promoting all militant and secessionist activities, stalling all big development projects and encouraging continued inflow of illegal migrants into the country. Thus we have to realize that the so-called civil society is a bigger threat to the unity and integrity of India than corruption and hence both these threats need to be neutralized with all our might.

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