Narendra Modi is the megalomaniac current Chief Minister of the Indian state of Gujarat and has embarked on a project called the GIDB Dholera Special Investment Region (SIR) that is apparently to reshape the entire industrial northwest of india.
This SIR was brought to my attention by feedbacker Trimergo, who commented on the recent Daily Bell article, “Foundering of the Indian Infrastructure.”
This DB staff article pointed out that India’s public/private orientation toward building state infrastructure was hopelessly corrupt. The Economist magazine, in recommending more of the same, was only suggesting that the problem should compound itself in order to create a solution.
Actually, as has been pointed out, insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. The Gujarat SIR is a perfect example of the insanity now stalking the Indian subcontinent.
India has within its borders perhaps the world’s oldest cities and civilizations and the state of Gujarat encompasses some of India’s ancient regions. It is ironic that this latest manifestation of Western industrial pathology should take root in such an ancient, storied land.
This SIR is an outgrowth, in my view, of a sickness that has overtaken India. Like the rest of the BRICs, India’s current growth relies on a kind of monetary stimulation. It is a system of faux growth designed to allow the powers-that-be to claim that central-bank capitalism delivers results for the poorest among us.
It does not. What it DOES allow is the overstimulation of economies with resultant centralization and the creation of a priestly cast of central bankers, regulators and bureaucrats. You may call them technocrats if you wish. And the system, now being installed in Europe, is “technocracy.”
Around the world, this system is in place or starting to be. It nearly bankrupted Japan, is in the process of ruining Brazil and China and has reduced the United States and Europe to impending poverty.
This is exactly what the Anglosophere power elite wants, I believe. In order to rule the world, poverty must be implemented. Successful economies must be ruined and middle classes eviscerated if one-world government is to put into play.
The powerful must be brought down. The prosperous must be impoverished. Those who stand in the way of the New World Order must find no succor, nor comfort in a world that is scheduled to sink into several kinds of depression in various regions.
Only when agony has thoroughly overtaken us shall people cry out for the solutions that the elites offer: more centralization, more world government and, of course, a global economy. That’s the plan. It seems obvious.
It is not lightly delivered. It has been a long-term project. At least 300 years, in my view, since the current, modern, one-world conspiracy was implemented. It is obviously intergenerational and seems to have been driven, initially, out of Europe and the City of London.
The conspiracy apparently controls not just banks but whole governments behind the scene. It was likely the impetus for colonialism that created nation-states from inchoate tribal regions. British and European youth were used for this purpose.
Today, the damage is especially evident in places like India, where the centralizing influences were exceptionally aggressive. In fact, the British attacked, conquered and compiled all of India’s separate states, creating out of many competing centers of power one entirely corrupt, vicious and incompetent entity.
British commentators these days almost inevitably refer to this Indian compilation as a success. But it is not. There is a kind of psychopathology stalking the land in India today.
Instead of competing regions (states), there is one supreme power and many competing interests. This has cultivated the worst in Indian instincts. As in China, Europe and the US, vast and vile bureaucracies degrade civil society. Violence becomes a ubiquitous and accepted part of the public dialogue.
Once, India contained great and elegant civilizations. It developed some of the most intriguing human technologies. India’s past is like an iceberg, with 90 percent hidden beneath the surface, seldom explored and even more rarely comprehended.
Flying machines, ancient nuclear warfare, scientific and medical achievements beyond what we can register today – there is evidence for all of this and more in ancient Indian writings and verbal history.
The ancient, submerged city of Dwarka may tell us much more about the sophistication of ancient Indian cities, but tellingly there does not seem to be much excitement in the Western world about this incredible discovery.
The reason is simple, of course: The Anglosphere powers-that-be have no interest in establishing a pre-history that is grander than today’s achievements. It is all political.
We are supposed to live in Voltaire’s best-of-all-possible worlds. If we do not, then we may question where our leaders are taking us. If there were great civilizations that preceded us, perhaps our civilizations are not as great as we believe and our own leaders are not infallible.
The vastly powerful families that control central banking around the world and want global government shall not gladly tolerate such revisionist thinking.
The idea that there is a network of coastal cities around the world that were submerged 10,000 years ago is anathema to them. The funding to discover them is apparently not available. Instead, we notice pathologies like the GIDB Dholera Special Investment Region.
I’m not surprised that this vast boondoggle has taken root in India. Having crushed much of the culture and common sense of Indian society, the powers-that-be can use India as testing ground for its neo-fascist projects.
We’ve written in the past about India’s “private” corporate cities – cities of the future that will be dedicated to white collar workers employed by the West’s largest technocratic corporations. If these concepts were tried in Europe or America there would be an immediate outcry. So they are being slyly established in India, Asia and China.
But this SIR is even bigger. Listen to the video below to get a sense of the size of the project. It includes a new airport, new trains and railroads, new ports and an entire new city to be built via a “public-private” partnership. It is as grandiose as anything the ChiComs have in mind accomplishing.
Predictably, at the center of this “city” sit three pyramids where the SIR’s professional workers will congregate during their working day. The entire project is resonant of the sickness of modern “globalist” society. It is elitist, exclusionary and makes use of state revenues to benefit private interests.
It is, in fact, a celebration of mercantilism, a purposeful co-mingling of state assets and Western corporatism. It could only take place in a country like India (or China or Brazil or Russia) where the civic discourse is endlessly debased by the ongoing destruction of the culture.
Feedbacker Trimergo actually has a very good description of the planned SIR and the scope of its folly:
I recently came across a video describing a new Special Investment Region in India. It shows clearly the central planning of new building projects. This particular project is part of a new ‘arc’ of mega cities stretching all the way from Mumbai to Delhi.
God help us. The Indian state has not been able to lift hundreds of millions out of poverty. But its bureaucracy, ever-confident, believes that it can build a shining city on a hill. You can watch the video here:
(Video from Webmastercipl’s YouTube user channel.)