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Rothschild Colonization of India by Shelley Kasli

India was once a rich country, it was called „Sone Ki Chidiya„ (Bird of Gold) in the ancient world and it was this reputation that attracted both travelers and invaders. That was before the East India Company was granted the Charter to trade with India. Below is an account of what followed after that.

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The East India Company was granted the Charter to trade with India

India. suggesting the healthy maritime trade of a busy Dutch East Indies factory port at the height of its success in the mid 17th century. and with smaller craft under sail on the left. The artist‟s attempt to capture the admixture of familiar ships in the exotic surroundings of a Dutch settlement in India is particularly evocative. Dutch merchants had established themselves with monopoly powers in the East Indies and trading stations on the mainland of India and Ceylon. National Maritime Museum. One of a pair depicting views of Surat. . The fortified town of Surat can be seen with ships at anchor on the right and centre. the Company built its first factory in south India in the town of Machilipatnam on the Coromandel Coast of the Bay of Bengal. London In the next two years. which was established as a trade transit point. Greenwich. This resulted in considerable hostility between the Dutch and English companies.1608 During this time ships belonging to the company arriving in India docked at Surat.

Omichund and Rai Durlabh took over India after The Battle of Plassey establishing company rule in South Asia. Yar Lutuf Khan.org/wiki/Battle_of_Plassey .1750 The East India Company started cultivating Opium in Bengal and Bihar to finance its own private army of almost 2 lakh soldiers. The destruction of food crops in Bengal to make way for opium poppy cultivation for export reduced food availability and contributed to the famine resulting in deaths of 10 million people.adelaide.au/f/fiske/john/f54u/chapter9. http://en.html Famine in India Natives Waiting for Relief in Bangalore 1757 Opium traders after hatching a conspiracy with Siraj-ud-Daulah. [ Read here for the complete Breakdown of Death Toll of Indian Holocaust caused during the British (Mis)Rule ] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bengal_famine_of_1770 http://ebooks.edu. Jagat Seths (Mahtab Chand and Swarup Chand).wikipedia.

* Jagat Seth. The History of the Trial of Warren Hastings Trial of Warren Hastings . 1780 It was Warren Hastings.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jagat_Seth http://en. Umichand and Dwarkanath Tagore (Rabindranath Tagore‟s grandfather) were known as the „Rothschild of Bengal‟ (Dwarkanath Tagore.org/wiki/Legendary_personalities_in_Bengal The guy on the left is Drug Lord Dwarkanath Tagore. the first Governor General of India‟s . Drug Lord of India deserves one full post) http://en. idea to first traffic drugs to China.wikipedia.

Britain could no longer afford to buy tea from China in exchange for Silver. one of the major events leading up to the American Revolution. At the same time. triggered the Boston Tea Party in the Province of Massachusetts Bay. The directors of the company attempted to avert bankruptcy by appealing to Parliament for financial help. there was commercial stagnation and trade depression throughout Europe. Opium was the free and easy option. Thousands of Bengali . This led to the passing of the Tea Act. Bihari and Malva Indian farmers were forced to grow Opium. Trade Figures in Britain and US in 1700s . undercutting the local merchants. The arrival of tax-exempt Company tea.Through 1790 East India Company established a monopoly on Opium trade – and poppy growers in Indian could sell only to the East India Company.

Boston Tea Party By the 19th century . as to how many times Opium was passed on to the royal palace.British Queen Victoria was the biggest drug trafficker. and records exist in the Royal Apothecary at Balmoral. A lot of British noblemen were Opium eaters. . Even Queen Victoria used Opium ( Laudanum ).

to this day it lies in the basement of the Bank of England. everyone knows how much gold and gems were looted from India by the East India Company… …but let‟s pause for a moment and ask another question. . Also. Whatever happened to all that gold ? Well. which indirectly is the basis for the establishment of almost all of the banking institutions of India and also many around the world.Now coming to the real question… But first we need to understand who owned this East India Company.

between Cape Horn and Cape Good Hope for the newly chartered joint stock corporation which Rothschild controlled – the British East India Company. in return for an exclusive grant of trading privileges with all countries of the Indian and Pacific Oceans. http://en.org/pss/4412216 1708 Moses Montefiore and Nathan Mayer Rothschild loaned the British Treasury £3.jstor.wikipedia.000 (used to service the debt owed the privately operated Bank of England operated by Nathan Mayer Rothschild).http://www.200.org/wiki/Moses_Montefiore . They always operate through joint stock corporations in order to conceal their ownership and avoid personal responsibility.

The Government sent for me and said that they must have it. ” the East India Company had eight hundred thousand pounds‟ worth of gold to sell. In simple words the Illuminati through it’s initiates would infiltrate all aspects and organisations of human society and get into the key positions to exercise enough influence so as to bring about the New World Order. and sent it through France.” Nathan Rothschild continued. I had bought a great many of his bills at a discount. I undertook all that.Excrept from ‟The Romance of the Rothschilds„ by IGNATIUS BALLA (Page 79) ” When I settled in London. It was the best business that I have ever done.” It should be kept in mind that it was the House of Rothschild who summoned Adam Weishaupt to begin and organize the formation of the Illuminati. I went to the sale and bought it all. they did not know how to get it to Portugal. I knew the Duke of Wellington must have it. . When they had got it.

http://en.wikipedia.1844 The Bank Charter Act was passed under the government of Robert Peel. which restricted the powers of British banks and gave exclusive note-issuing powers to the central Bank of England. because all the banks were now forced to use Bank of England notes. instead of their own.org/wiki/Bank_Charter_Act_1844 . This meant that the Rothschilds were able to control more.

_London_and_China Later.hsbc. The same year (1853) The Mercantile Bank of India.wikipedia. which we know today as the HSBC Bank. opium imports still increased from 50. Transactions in the opium trade generated substantial profits for Chartered bank._Australia_and_China The Chartered Bank of India. His vision was of increased human happiness through a wholesale reform of the revenue system founded upon direct taxation in the form of a comprehensive property tax. London and China was established in Bombay by the Parsis who were the middle men (drug runners) (will be addressed in the next post) for the East India Company. 1851/1853 – Later The Chartered Bank of India. http://en. The bank‟s business dealt specifically with large volume discounting and re-discounting of opium and cotton bills. the Bank also became one of the principal foreign banknote issuing institutions in Shanghai.George Warde Norman was a Director of the Bank of England from 1821 to 1872.in/1/2/miscellaneous/about-hsbc/150-years-in-india . a key figure behind the Bank Charter Act of 1844.co. http://www.org/wiki/Mercantile_Bank_of_India.wikipedia.61 picul in 1888.087 picul in 1863 to 82. The Calcutta Agency. Although opium cultivation gradually increased in China. Australia and China. Australia and China was founded in London by Scotsman James Wilson following the grant of a Royal Charter from Queen Victoria. http://en.org/wiki/Chartered_Bank_of_India.

Mercantile Bank of India – Madras .

http://www. . mainly to fund General Wellesley‟s wars against Tipu Sultan and the Marathas. It was renamed Bank of Bengal on January 2. and the combined bank became the Standard Chartered Bank. respectively. 1809.standardchartered.com/about_us. came up in 1840 and 1843.asp Chartered Bank Buildings. Battery Road.Mercantile Bank of India – Bombay Chartered Bank merged with the Standard Bank in 1969.allahabadbank.html http://www. That same year the Government of India nationalized Allahabad Bank.com/about-us/history/en/index. the Bank of Bombay and Bank of Madras. Singapore State Bank of India The SBI‟s origins lay in Calcutta – the then capital of British India – when it was born as the Bank of Calcutta on June 2. 1806. Similar joint stock banks.

He is known as the forefather of the Indian Tax structure.In 1921. It is still known as State Bank of India. several state-owned banks were merged with the Imperial Bank of India to form the State Bank of India in 1955.wikipedia. 1859 – James Wilson (founder of The Chartered Bank of India. Australia and China) was sent to India to establish the tax structure. After Independence.org/wiki/James_Wilson_%28UK_politician%29 . http://en. a new paper currency and remodel the finance system of India after the revolt of 1857. these banks with their 70 branches were merged to form the Imperial Bank of India.

working style and outlook presented by Dr Ambedkar (as we‟re told. each and every member of this commission were holding Dr Ambedkar‟s book named “The Problem of the Rupee – It‟s origin and it‟s solution.RESERVE BANK OF INDIA Reserve Bank of India (RBI) was conceptualized as per the guidelines.” . When this commission came to India under the name of “Royal Commission on Indian Currency & Finance”. however the genesis lay somewhere else which will be discussed in the next post – Genesis of Reserve Bank of India) in front of the Hilton Young Commission.

Now the rupee is a debased coin. depreciation and rise of prices. As a safeguard against this the better plan was no doubt the one originally designed.e. it was a great improvement.An excerpt from . be said that the Bank Charter Act made no improvement on the Bank Restriction Act. If there is any force in the line of reasoning adopted above. and is unlimited legal tender. . for the cost of production acts as a sufficient limiting influence. Ambedkar get the real implications of the potential dangers of the Fractional Reserve System and Fiat Currency that has engulfed the entire planet ??? The answer is open to speculation and further research. Indeed. indeed. As such.org/ambcd/28D1. it belongs to that order of money which has inherent in it the potentiality of indefinite expansion. inconvertible. then it is not easy to agree with the opinion entertained by the Chamberlain Commission of the Exchange Standard. When a standard of value is a convertible paper money the provisions as to reserve act as a check on its expansion. namely of putting a limit on the issue of rupees. It therefore becomes incumbent to examine the foundations of that standard from a fresh point of view. therefore. (CHAPTER V – FROM A GOLD STANDARD TO A GOLD EXCHANGE STANDARD) “When the standard of value is standard metallic money the expansion cannot be very great.The Problem of the Rupee – It’s origin and it’s solution by Dr. It cannot. it raises a query whether for all that the Commission said there is not somewhere some weakness in the system likely to bring about its breakdown.ambedkar. so as to make the Indian currency system analogous to the English system governed by the Bank Charter Act of 1844.%20Problem%20of%20Rupee%20CHAPTER%20III. i. which is another name for depreciation or rise of prices.” http://www.ht m Did Dr. for it substituted a currency less liable to expansion in place of a currency far more liable to expansion. But when a standard of value consists of a money the value of which is greater than its cost and is inconvertible. Babasaheb Ambedkar. the currency must be said to be fraught with the fatal facility of indefinite expansion.

But has it stopped yet? Read here about the diabolical scheme Obama’s has in store for India for his second term – Unlocking the full potential of the US-India Relationship 2013 http://www. China. Burma and other countries laid the foundations of the modern Monetary System. Portugal.youtube.com/watch?v=RZwRgtsAmxI Read this recent report by Tahelka : .Drug trafficking and the gold looted from India. Brazil.

it ends in London. The more numerous losers could be found in every corner of the globe.http://www. Indian and later British textiles (made from cotton grown in India) purchased slaves in west Africa.Mike Marqusee “Wherever in the world any type of corruption starts. who were sold in the Americas for gold and silver. where the sugar harvested by the slaves ensured a booming market for the tea from China. In its day.asp&id=1 Globalisation is not a universal and secular creed… It’s just a hangover from the Colonial Era. the company occupied and manipulated the interstices of a truly global economy.tehelka. Tea from China was bought with opium from India. The big winners sat in the City of London. which was invested in England.” Report by Shelley Kasli Geo-Political Researcher .com/story_main4. .asp?filename=Ne062604opium_men.