posted on Oct, 10 2004 @ 02:24 PM
I think India probably does have a role in the NWO. India has recently signed many treaties, pacts and agreements with US, in counter-terrorism,
information technology, defence, biogenetics and co-operation in future technology. The relationship between India and US has all of a sudden warmed,
with US now even referring to India as an ally, in the same breath as Japan, UK, Taiwan and recognizing it as a world power. There has been a lot of
reported diplomatic activity between India and US.
One really should question this sudden intense warming up in relations, after such a long period of distrust. Have the Indian government sold out to
India is a major player in the globalized world. It is said that India is becoming a very westernized/americanized country. I have had first-hand
experience of this when I went to India on holiday. Fast-food(Mcdonalds, coffe shops, pizza hut, dominos) multiplex, cybercafe, clubs, bars, malls,
department stores and fashion culture was everywhere. I was also surprised how sexualized the younger culture was. Most of the younger generation
spoke in English, in American street lingo, with an Indo-American accent. It was as if I had stepped into America. The countries own indigenous
culture seemed to have been eclipsed with a more elite, techno-savvy, and hip generation, in fact a much more degenerated one, espousing the worst of
our own culture. I saw a few Indian movies and music videos too, I was shocked to see snogging, partial-nudity, homosexual gags and even blatant
suggestions of oral sex broadcasted. Many younger Indians I talked too, all had pre-martial sex, and had seen porn vidoes at a young age.
It was nothing too new to me, as I am use to this culture here, the culture shock was, that India was no different now. When I went 10 years ago to
India, the India I saw was very different, very conservative.
Is this the NWO taking over India too? It is likely. Just recently I heard about an Indian patriot act having it's rounds in parliment too. Yet, it
is difficult to see when the state is exercising police powers, because in India there is so much corruption, it happens everyday.
[edit on 10-10-2004 by Indigo_Child]