Wednesday, December 18, 2013


Diplomat Devyani 

Devyani Khobragade is India's deputy consul general in New York.

On 12 December 2013, she was taken into custody just as she was dropping her daughter off at school.

She was handcuffed in public.

She was strip-searched.

She was put in a cell with drug addicts and subjected to DNA swabbing.


Devyani was arrested because her maid had complained she was being payed less than the minimum stipulated under US visa requirements.


Now, remember that it was the CIA that reportedly carried out the terror attack on Mumbai in 2008.

And most of the terrorist attack in India in recent years have been linked to the CIA.

Reportedly, until recently, the US government has got away with its bullying of India because the CIA has so thoroughly infiltrated India's police, security services and judicial system.

After the CIA reportedly carried out the biggest terrorist attack ever seen in the UK, the authorities in Scotland reportedly convicted an innocent patsy.

Now the good news:

India has retaliated.


India has: 

1. Curtailed the privileges enjoyed by American diplomats in India (some of whom are reportedly terrorists)

2. Stopped most imports by the US embassy.

3. Demanded details of salaries paid to Indian staff and domestic help.

4. Asked American consular officers and their families to return their identity cards.

5. Removed the traffic barricades, a security measure, outside the US embassy.

Nancy Jo Powell, the spooky US ambassador to India

6. Snubbed a  visiting US Congressional delegation.

7. Withdrawn airport passes issued to US diplomats.

8. Asked US diplomats to furnish details of wages paid to Indian staff employed at the four consulates in Kolkata, Chennai, Mumbai and Hyderabad.

9. Asked the US to furnish visa details of all teachers at American schools.

10. Summoned the US Ambassador Nancy Powell to meet India's Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh.

Preet Bharara, who was born in India.

It was Manhattan federal prosecutor Preet Bharara who issued the order for Devyani's arrest.

The spooky Bharara handled the prosecution case against the fake 'Khalid Sheikh Mohammed'.




Anonymous said...

Unbelievable. India has just cause for all responses taken.

Well established diplomatic protocol treats consular officials' bodies with diplomatic immunity.

The host country can expel a consular official.

Of course, an arrest & strip search over whether a nanny was properly paid is outrageous.

Off topic, something smells in the land of Glenn Greenwald and multimillion dollar book deals.

What struck me was that only 1% of the total documents have been released.

Sibel Edmonds, of boiling frogs, makes a persuasive case that something is rotten in the state of Denmark.

Anon said...

Very many thanks to the people who provided the links to the videos.

- Aangirfan

Anonymous said...

Thanks to you Aangirfan for letting us speak.

Anonymous said...

This story is a little fish. It smells Mossad all over.

Anonymous said...

This is testament to the claim that Aangirfan is a co-operative aka co-mm-unity
Peace xx

Anonymous said...

What about the boat siezed offshore with us persons? Weapons?

Romored special forces in ground in India denied las year.

Rumored us airbase in southwest coast denied

Indian sub goes down in mysterious circumstances

India launches Mars probe... Will it phobos?

India and the war on gold.

Anonymous said...

I don't give a darn if there are hidden reasons for this behavior - there is simply no excuse to arrest and strip search a female who is operating under the idea she has diplomatic immunity. I doubt seriously this would have happened to any male. Yes, it is still a male oriented world even with the onslaught of transsexuals. I am moving out of this country - its just too disgusting at this point and the population is so passive from fluoride and GMO, pesticides, etc there is no hope. You would be surprised how many Americans are unaware of Fukushima, much less the truth about 9-11. God help us all. Hurrah for India to have the guts to stand up to the US - and don't forget that India, Russia, Brazil and China are not supporting the US dollar. Where is Germany's gold? No doubt Germany would join in if the opportunity were right. This will all backfire, I am certain.

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