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CIA, ISI Had Plan For Militancy In Punjab: Ex-raw
CIA, ISI had plan for militancy in Punjab: Ex-RAW official
Brits as always doing the Amrikan poodle work. LTTE, Khalistanis are based out of UK/Canada. NE insurgents out of baptist strongholds in the US. The albinos have not stolen enough land yet.

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b> CIA, ISI had plan for militancy in Punjab: Ex-RAW official</b>

New Delhi, July 26: <b>The US had an "interest" in Punjab militancy and hatched a "covert action plan" in collusion with Pakistan`s ISI in 1971 </b>to encourage a separatist movement in the border state, says a new book by a former top Indian intelligence officer.

<b>The American "interest" in Punjab militancy lasted for a little more than a decade through the seventies and eighties after the covert plan was initiated by the Richard Nixon administration, </b>says the book by B Raman, who had worked for the Research and Analysis(RAW) Wing. <b>The interest waned after the assassination of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in 1984, </b>according to the book.

The book titled "The Kaoboys of R&AW -- down the memory lane" said "one saw the beginning of a joint covert operation by the US intelligence community and Pakistan`s ISI in 1971 to create difficulties for India in Punjab."

"The(covert) plan envisaged the encouragement of a separatist movement among the Sikhs for an independent state to be called Khalistan," says Raman, who had retired as Additional Secretary in the Cabinet Secretariat.

Elaborating, Raman said <b>Jagjit Singh Chauhan, a Sikh leader from Punjab, went to the UK and took over the leadership of the defunct Sikh home rule movement and renamed it after Khalistan.
The then Pakistani military ruler Yahya Khan invited Chauhan to Pakistan, "lionised" him as a leader of Sikhs and handed over some Sikh holy relics kept in Pakistan, which he took to the UK to win a following in the Sikh diaspora.

<b>Chauhan also went to New York, met officials of the United Nations and some American journalists and alleged human rights violations of Sikhs in India</b>. <b>"These meetings were discreetly organised by officials of the US national Security Council secretariat then headed by (Henry) Kissinger,"</b> the former R&AW officer says. <!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
I think we should in-turn support mass illegal immigration into the United States and help the Mexican people reclaim the lands that were stolen from them. I believe Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona were taken from them.
"Mexican" is a misnomer used to obfuscate the political claim of these people to the so-called "United states". Mexicans should be referred as Native Americans only. As pointed out by Johanna Nichols, the genetic reservoir for Native Americans lies in the south. It is but natural that they should follow their ancient migration routes north. As said by Dr. Elst, it very difficult to obliterate a native genetic element; sooner or later the native element will remanifest itself.

Likewise Arabs should be encouraged in following their natural migration routes to the european cul de sac. Mohammad's first impulse was to march upon Byzantines and Rome.
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by rama on Jul 27, 2007 01:27 PM

Yes,Indra gandhi ordered Blue star, but she is the one who created, supported Brindranwale the monster which in the end went against Indra gandhi herself.
There are lot of sikhs who supported blue star operation and operation Black thunder by Rajiv Gandhi.

The vey aim of Khalsa is to protect hindu dharma from Muslim invaders. But they are confused by the systematic false propaganda of British, Muslims and later by our secularists.Thats precisely the reason for them to turn against Hindu religion and India.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->The vey aim of Khalsa is to protect hindu dharma from Muslim invaders.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

Hindus have done well to protect Hindu Dharma themselves. These kind of ass kissing messages only serve to boost the ego of Khalistanis who view Hindus as weak and indolent cowards that couldn't fight their way out a of a paper bag.
<b>RAW told Narasimha Rao not to trust Advani on Babri</b>`<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->New Delhi, July 28: Former Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao ignored advise by intelligence agencies not to trust BJP leader L K Advani's assurances that no harm would be caused to the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya, a top former intelligence officer has claimed.

Advani met Rao on a number of occasions during the Ayodhya controversy "at the latter's request" and assured him that "there would be no damage to the Masjid.

<b>"A Hindu religious leader, who had some friends at the senior levels of Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW) repeatedly cautioned that Rao should not trust any assurances given by Advani. He expressed his fear that the Hindutva volunteers might demolish the Masjid,"</b> B Raman, former Additional Secretary in the Cabinet Secretariat, says in his book -- 'The Kaoboys of R&AW -- Down the Memory Lane'.

These warnings were conveyed to the then Prime Minister orally, he said.

<b>He said all intelligence agencies had also recommended imposition of President's Rule in Uttar Pradesh, banning of the gathering of 'Hindutva' workers in Ayodhya and sending of Central forces to the state. </b>

<span style='color:red'>On Rao's meetings with Advani, he said the then Premier had first requested for a R&AW guest house where he could meet Advani instead of his official residence. But later, he asked the R&AW to "give him a secret recording device and explain to him how to use it. He wanted to use it for recording his discussions with Advani in his house. </span>

"After the demolition of the Masjid, he returned the device to the R&AW. He did not say whether he had used it and, if so, what happened to the recording. Nor did the R&AW ask him," the former intelligence official said. <!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

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