Pandemic days: Galtonism hits India

At some point last year, we stopped writing any further dispatches regarding the pandemic catastrophe from the \omega \upsilon o \nu disease because everything was playing out more or less as laid out in the earlier notes. There was the whole public drama around the “lab-leak” hypothesis that was widely disseminated by the Jewish American intellectual Weinstein and his wife Heying. While they and their cohort made some good points, there were specific counterpoints that nobody in those academic circles was able to bring to the discussion. Having studied this virus closely and having discovered multiple new things about its evolution, we had laid those out in our earlier dispatches. So, we were not too disposed towards reiterating it.

The effects of the pandemic reached far beyond the human disaster — it played with the internal stability and politics of several nations across the world. It fueled the explosive growth of the American mental disease, navyonmāda, following incidents of police brutality, typical of the Mahāmleccha. As a result, among the Mahāmleccha, Vijaya-nāma-vyāpārī was overthrown by the navyonmatta activists in Big (primarily imaginary)-Tech and Media and replaced by their candidate Vṛddha-piṇḍaka and the sūtradhāriṇī Ardhā, who works the former like a putalikā on behalf of the operators in the deep-state and Big-Tech. Now in the driver’s seat, they moved quickly to impose the navyonmāda religion on the population of America — the full extant of the steps taken for its imposition are striking (supported by statistics and raw data) but cannot be narrated for now. Indeed, in retrospect, it now appears that the Nāriṅgapuruṣa was the last line of defense against dam-burst of navyonmāda. Its capture of a serious fraction of the Mahāmleccha elite is evidenced in nearly all the ejaculations of Piṇḍaka’s courtiers; now, they even intend flying the dhvaja of navyonmāda at their dūtya-s. In essence, the Piṇḍaka-śāsana is giving a taste of how it might have been for the heathens when the second and third unmāda-s were taking over West Asia and Europe.

If this had remained restricted to the Mahāmleccha, then the rest of the world might not be too bothered about it. In fact, rival powers would have rejoiced at it because it will eventually weaken the Mahāmleccha (at least temporarily). But like any physical infectious disease, this memetic one is also infectious. Just like the overt unmāda-s, navyonmāda too has a natural enmity towards the deva-dharma. Hence, it will act in similar ways to destabilize any political party or arrangement that might even marginally help H growth. It is brought into India via the first responders and mleccha-trained academics, and is also casually dispersed to the young urban population by the occidental media. During the Kangress era, the judiciary too was subverted by several crypto-proponents of sympathizers of this neo-religion. This is perhaps one of the most imminent dangers of navyonmāda given the power the court holds in the Indian political arrangement. It has also taken a deep root in centers of higher science and technology education such as the IITs, IISERs, and TIFRs, where several academics mimic their left-liberal counterparts in the west and engage in anti-Hindu action guided by navyonmāda. Thus, when navyonmatta-s from a scientific tabloid, like the Nature magazine, interview people for something regarding India, they goes to their co-religionists (i.e., navyonmatta-s) in Indian academia. These will invariably paint an anti-H picture. To give a concrete example, I know a senior academic who had served at the IISERs and Ashoka University (a navyonmāda nest) who wanted to give his students “a balanced view” that the great rājan Śivajī was a bandit. This means a whole crop of young H, especially those in the crucial research and technology fields, are being indoctrinated into the neo-religion. Given this situation, the rise of Piṇḍaka meant that this wing of internal navyonmatta-s would be strengthened in the deśa.

This is how it indeed played out. An uṣnīṣin rebellion passing off as a kīnāśakopa was fomented in the Pāñcanada, that too during an ongoing pandemic. The discerning clearly saw the pattern, as it followed along the lines of the earlier CAA riots, the Bhim riots, and the Patel riots. However, in this case, they were conclusively outed as a Swedish front-end for navyonmatta, who is on the Asperger’s spectrum, spilled the “toolkit” of the first responders leading to the quick arrest of some of their agents. Their subsequent interrogation revealed even more of their intent. The Indian government was rather mild with and gave a long rope to these rioters. This puzzled many nationalistic observers who were hoping for firm action that the śādhu was reputedly capable of. Our reading is that the H are relatively weak in their ground state and the security apparatus knows that. Moreover, they also feared opening of a border front with the Cīna-s while tackling internal rebellions. Hence, for good optics with the mleccha-s the H leadership did not act firmly. Thus, unlike the Cīna-s dealing with their rebels, the H have to go soft as they cannot take on the Mahāmleccha under Piṇḍaka, who will back the rioters, unlike the overthrown Nāriṅgapuruṣa. Our prediction from a little over a month back was that the Mahāmleccha would continue such action until at least the end of the year or till the possible event of their king Piṇḍaka falling prey to jara resulting in some internal turmoil.

Returning to the \omega \upsilon o \nu disease, the first wave in India was bad, but the nation as a whole fared much better than most other hard-hit countries. By the end of the civil year 2020 CE, it was coming down even as it was exploding in the USA. By the first two months of 2021, it looked as though India was on top of the pandemic and the vaccination program was initiated. It was going well by early March even though a lot of eligible people were not taking it. The corresponding program was doing much worse at that point in the US — some people were driving a long way to neighboring towns and cities to get their shots. A Pakistan physician was arrested by the mleccha-s for giving the vaccine that would be otherwise wasted to “people with Indian-sounding names!” because of their kṛṣṇa-rudhira sham policy. Unfortunately, on the H side a basic lesson of epidemiology was forgotten. Infectious respiratory disease epidemics show wave dynamics. The classic precedent of the Spanish flu of 1918 CE shows that the second wave can be worse than the first because more infectious and/or more virulent mutants can emerge, especially with the effective population size of the virus being large along with a large as yet uninfected population. The same dynamic was seen with the milder H1N1 epidemic in the USA. Even the limited SARS outbreak showed waves. Several countries had already experienced two waves of SARS-CoV-2, with the second being worse than the first. In several instances, like in UK, Brazil and Iran, we have seen SARS-CoV-2 variants with greater infectivity or virulence emerge and drive a new wave. This meant that India had to be ready for wave 2, potentially driven by a more infectious or virulent strain. It is in this regard the Health Ministry largely failed in it is messaging and warning of the public. However, nations do not fail or succeed based on their leadership alone. A much bigger part is played by the people’s social responsibility, deep state, and institutions. Modern H have been strikingly weak on each of these counts, especially when compared to the East Asians. At the times of non-crisis, the accumulated civilizational capital of the H nation could take them through, but any discerning observer knows that this could break in bad times.

Those bad times came with the entirely expected wave 2. While wave 2 was expected, the above H weaknesses poured more ghee into it, making it a conflagration of sa Devaḥ (The god). In our opinion, there were several deep failures beyond the Health Ministry’s negligence regarding the imminence of wave 2: 1) The people acted as though it was back to normal. There was no masking or social distancing, crowding at indoor entertainment spaces. 2) Wearing flimsy cloth or fashion masks in the name of comfort, frequent removal of the mask to speak and interact at close quarters, and improper use of the mask. 3) Poorly governed states like Maharashtra and Kerala let the outbreak remain bad, offering opportunities for the emergence and selection of new mutants. We suspect both the B.1.351 and B1.617 variants are major drivers of wave 2. The latter seems more infectious and clearly appears to break past any natural immunity or that acquired during wave 1. There are reliable reports of reinfection in wave 2 and might be cases of B1.617. 4) Crowded election rallies with no or improper masking in certain states and religious assemblies. While the Anti-H constituency and eventually also the Dillīśvara tend to emphasize the last one (e.g., the Kumbha), the data shows that massive outbreaks were building up far from the centers of these open-air gatherings. Hence, while such crowds might have played a role in local transmission, we do not think they were by any means the primary factor in the explosive second wave in India. 5) Many eligible people simply failed to take the opportunity to get vaccinated. 6) The weak research culture (traditionally disparaged and neglected by the rising urban middle class and in part addled with navyonmāda) in the country meant that study of the mutants, the efficacy of treatment, search for new drugs, epidemiology, bio-, and chemical technology for were all not up to mark to face a crisis. 7) Unlike some countries like the USA, India is a densely populated country where people live in close proximity with extensive casual social interaction. While the latter can be advantageous in some situations, in this situation, it is a disaster, especially when people with the illness do not self-quarantine responsibly. In the end, from all we have seen, the biggest failure was the first point — people simply not taking the threat seriously. Looking at the exponential phase of its growth, we can say that the plot was probably lost between March 15-20th when the tangent to the curve moved past 45^\circ. The result is an unprecedented public health crisis that the already weak institutions cannot bear. Reports on the ground mention an unending stream of cremations with people simply dying before they can even get access to supplemental oxygen.

When a nation is in crisis, its enemies and haters will try to make the most of it. With the precision of a Dutch clock, the mleccha haters from Big Media and navyonmāda-addled occidental academia who are big Piṇḍakānuyāyin-s (e.g., a Harvard University physician of Chinese ancestry who is vociferous on SM) aided by their marūnmatta allies came out like beetle-grubs from the wood-works peddling “cremation sensationalism” (aimed at their fire-hating Abrahamistic audience who mostly don’t know that H cremate), blaming it on H religious assemblies. The foreign policy of the Mahāmleccha state has a simple sūtra: Weaken, destabilize or destroy any non-pañcanetra state. To add to this, the national religion of the current regime is navyonmāda, which has a svabhāva-vairam with dharma and any political assembly that might even indirectly support it. Then there is predatory American Big Pharma which has always sought to profit off human misery (incidentally of their own people, including the śvetatvak-s). Hence, they saw a golden opportunity for 1) Playing the anger in the Indian middle class from the high death toll to engineer a janakopa against the Lāṭeśvara and his court; 2) Send a clear message to the Lāṭeśvara for being pally with their internal arch-enemy, the Nāriṅgapuruṣa; 3) Use the opportunity to aid dvitīyonmatta-s and navyonmatta-s by NGO channels by providing direct “aid” bypassing the Indian government headed by the Lāṭeśvara.

They executed this program reason fairly well until today: 1) They embargoed key ingredients for vaccine production and withheld the AstraZeneca vaccines that they are not even using. 2) They amplified the noise about the Indian failure via their usual Big Media outlets aided by navyonmatta academics (e.g., the said Harvard University academic of Cīna ancestry) to facilitate the Indian public opinion turning against the Lāṭeśvara’s court. 3) Once the situation was desperate in the deśa, over the current weekend, they suddenly got active and presented themselves as saviors (much like the English during the piṇḍāri wars). Their NSA and Secretary of State, in thinly veiled messages, talked of “working with their friends and partners” in India. Every discerning H knows who their friends and partners are and how much they work for the downfall of the H. Now everyone from the above courtiers to Piṇḍaka claimed that they would help by allowing the supply of materials to India. However, one notable point in all this was how for most part they (Piṇḍaka included) avoided directly mentioning the Indian government or leaders. This shows that, like the English tyrants of the past, they are attempting to use the dire situation to present themselves as saviors while discrediting the Indian leadership.

But why did they relent at all, especially on a weekend when they are normally relaxing? In part, they saw that the H in India were not buying their first-responder messages and were seriously angry against their blockade of material flow. Not only that, they saw that there was widespread public opinion against their actions even among the śvetatvak-s (barring some like the evil queen of the Śūlapuruṣa-s). Americans of H origin were pressing on them to release the blockade. It also appears that there was some straight-talking by the Indian NSA with his counterpart (speculation). Consequently, Piṇḍaka changed his line and claimed that he would open channels for raw material flow. As soon as he announced it, his deśī sepoys in Big Tech, Big Media, tinpot think tanks started amplifying Piṇḍaka’s announcement as a noble action of the great savior.

We do not know what exactly happened, but definitely, something hurried happened behind the scenes. One can never trust the Mahāmleccha — everyone who has done so has paid dearly. Hence, one can only hope that in this desperate situation, the Lāṭeśvara did not promise them something that could come to bite the H and him in the rear in the near future. This is a once-in-century pandemic, so there are bound to be failures, but that is no excuse for being unprepared, given all the precedence — this is analogous to the unpreparedness of the H rulers to Shihab al-dīn over 800 years ago despite the precedence of Mahmud of Ghazna. Some political setups will be better prepared for situations like this, e.g., the Cīna-s, who, unlike H, need not fear “death by democracy or judiciary” allowing them to play the long game without the wastage of time and money on constant elections, let alone the significant risks from the rallies [note, we are not per say advocating a Cīna form of government as the solution but simply stating a fact]. One can only hope this wakes up the H to the need for a way more comprehensive reform of the crappy “jugāḍ” mentality that they pat themselves on the back for, along with serious and unbiased cultivation of a more robust basic research culture. So far, the H have only mimicked the broken western system — often importing just the navyonmāda and marrying it with vicious regionalistic politics rather than bringing actual research excellence from the west into their premier institutes. This cannot change overnight, but without doing so, it is not going to be easy to meet the challenges of the current order. An example germane to the current situation is the modified nucleotide mRNA vaccines deployed in the USA. This needs an extensive biochemical knowledge base that cannot be developed without serious basic research. While along with the journey to Mars, the mRNA vaccines could very well be among the last great American achievements in the penumbra of their power being eclipsed by navyonmāda, it still has shown the gulf between their technological prowess and that of the rest of the world. While this pandemic will resolve eventually, it will be at high human cost and also we do not know for sure what it will leave behind. In the worst case scenario, there will be long term health issues (e.g. neurological and respiratory) that could hamper the work force. If the Lāṭeśvara is overthrown by the Indian democracy, as the Piṇḍaka-śāsana wants, the country will essentially be overtaken by agents of the mleccha-s and marūnmatta-s and greatly decline. But then who can predict the future?

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