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Cheaters,Cheated Neeya Naana Vijay TV Finer Points

In consumer forum, crime on January 29, 2013 at 19:06

Vijay TV, a Part of Star Group’s Tamil TV channel has a popular Talk Show,hosted by Mr.Gopinath covers a wide spectrum of subjects ,ranging from personal anguish like the one of those who have lost their spouses,Corruption and the recent one on Frauds,Fraudsters and the Cheated.

Scams On line.

On Line scam 2012

People who say that they are yet to be cheated and those who have lost a fortune were arrayed against each other and it made an interesting show.

 

There are three classes in the category of the people cheated, or rather who succumbed to cheating for none can cheat you without your active participation.

 

1.Those who woke up after losing a fortune,like the one in the show who had lost over 35 lakhs over a period of ten years entering into any scheme that was offered from Gold Quest to plantations!

 

2.The second is the group that suspects that they are being cheated, made  a quick  check (anticipated and covered by the Scamaster), convinced them selves that they are smarter than the Scamster and went  on losing!

 

A gentleman from Coimbatore narrated this.

 

He revived an email that he had won Nine crore and was given a London Phone Number.

 

He contacted the number and was pleasantly surprised that the man at the other end was addressing him by his personal name(this smart Alec did not know you can get that if you have an email ID).

The man at London told him that to complete the formalities a sum of Rs One lakh needed to be transferred to him.

Our smart man did not follow his instruction immediately and went on talking with that man for a period of Six months!.

Convinced that the man was sincere(because our man felt that no fraudster would continue the discussion after he was not listened to immediately),had some of his friends from Chennai to  join him .

Then he informed the man  at London and asked him to give the details of the Demand Draft.

The man at London do sent him the  scanned copy of the DD.

It was drawn on bank of Scotland for an amount equivalent to Rs One Crore..

Our friend had it verified by  his auditor and cross checked by phone to Bank of Scotland and was  informed that the DD was genuine.

Then he sent the  sum of Rupees one lakh.

Then the man at London told him either to come to London or he could send the money to India in Dollars through Courier and demanded Rs 100,000.

Our man convinced the London man to accept Rs  40,000 and sure when he contacted the Courier he was told indeed there was Cover for him containing money!

When he, along with his friends went to collect the cover , he was asked to pay aboutRrs 20,00 as the Courier explained that he had carried the Dollars Illegally and our friends refused to pay up.

Promptly they rang up London and convinced the man(!0 to send the money through some one to Chennai  and shelled out about 20.000.

Early next morning they had a call from a Mumbai Number that the money had arrived and they demanded Rs 20,000 to come to Chennai.

Or people paid and they were met near Park Sheraton Hotel by Two Nigerians with a suit case and parted with Rs 5000 to them towards their expenses!

They were told that the suit case contained Dollars in the form of Black papers and once dipped in the Liquid provided the black paper would into Dollars and they had a Demo !

Of course the Couriers left.

When our friends opened the suit case they found a bundle of black papers and a small bottle the size of an eraser .

When they dipped the papers in the liquid, the paper was burnt.

When they contacted London they were informed that they would receive a larger bottle and only then did our people realize that they were conned!

Wait, The Story does not end here.

The man who narrated the incident said that he has been in touch with the London man for the past eight years and the man was till asking him to deposit Rs 3 Lakhs to send  the Liquid!

A man with common sense would have found enough loopholes to suspect scam right from the beginning.

Why do people do they way they have done here?

 

..continues

 

 

 

 

 

 

Companies That Made Money By Wars I

In Business, Corruption, UK, US on January 27, 2013 at 19:17

Who benefits from Wars?

Do people of either country or the Countries that participate in a War?

Do the Nations Profit by War?

No,

The Business interests.

Quote.

“Some people fight for Idealism and Ninety nine out of hundred ae being conned.

So are the people  back home who cheer for war.

We are always Right and they are always wrong.

In Washington and Beijing,London and Moscow.

People are being conned.

Those GIs in Vietnam,do you think they die for Life,liberty,and the pursuit of Happiness?

They die for the DOW Jones Index in Wall Street and always have.

World War II Pictures.

World War II Pictures.

They were in those lands because their Colonel ordered them there,and he was ordered by The War Office and that was ordered by The

Cabinet to keep the British Control over the Economies.”

Unquote.-From The Dogs of War by Frederick Forsyth

The World War, has costed the United States some $52,000,000,000.

The normal profits of a business concern in the United States are six, eight, ten, and sometimes twelve percent.

But war-time profits — twenty, sixty, one hundred, three hundred, and even eighteen hundred per cent — the sky is the limit.

For the du Ponts, the powder people , the average earnings for the period 1910 to 1914 was $6,000,000 a year.

Their average yearly profit during the war years, 1914 to 1918. Fifty-eight million dollars a year

An increase in profits of more than 950 per cent.

Bethlehem Steel shunted aside the making of rails , girders and bridges to manufacture war materials.

Their 1910-1914 yearly earnings averaged $6,000,000.

Their 1914-1918 average was $49,000,000 a year!

United States Steel.

The normal earnings during the five-year period prior to the war were $105,000,000 a year.

The average yearly profit for the period 1914-1918 was $240,000,000.

Anaconda, for instance. Average yearly earnings during the pre-war years 1910-1914 of $10,000,000.

During the war years 1914-1918 profits leaped to $34,000,000 per year.

Utah Copper. Average of $5,000,000 per year during the 1910-1914 period.

Jumped to an average of $21,000,000 yearly profits for the war period.

Central Leather Company were $3,500,000.

That was approximately $1,167,000 a year.

In 1916 ,Central Leather returned a profit of $15,000,000, an increase of 1,100 per cent.

The General Chemical Company averaged a profit for the three years before the war of a little over $800,000 a year.

Came the war, and the profits jumped to $12,000,000. a leap of 1,400 per cent.

International Nickel Company showed an increase in profits from a mere average of $4,000,000 a year to $73,000,000 yearly.

An increase of more than 1,700 per cent.

American Sugar Refining Company averaged $2,000,000 a year for the three years before the war.

In 1916 a profit of $6,000,000 was recorded.

Listen to Senate Document No. 259.

The Sixty-Fifth Congress, reporting on corporate earnings and government revenues.

Considering the profits of 122 meat packers, 153 cotton manufacturers, 299 garment makers, 49 steel plants, and 340 coal producers during the war.

Profits under 25 per cent were exceptional.

For instance the coal companies made between 100 per cent and 7,856 per cent on their capital stock during the war.

The Chicago packers doubled and tripled their earnings.

And let us not forget the bankers who financed the great war. If anyone had the cream of the profits it was the bankers. Being partnerships rather than incorporated organizations, they do not have to report to stockholders. And their profits were as secret as they were immense. How the bankers made their millions and their billions I do not know, because those little secrets never become public — even before a Senate investigatory body.

   to be continued.

ack:

http://www.ratical.org/ratville/CAH/warisaracket.html#c1

Holocaust Auschwitz Concentration Camp Medical Experiments

In crime on January 23, 2013 at 08:06

I am posting some accounts of the Concentration Camps run by The Nazis during The Second Word War to remind people of the cruelty Man is capable of and the need to guard against such evil.

Oral Depositions.

Medical Experiments In concentration Camps Word War II

A war crimes investigation photo of the disfigured leg of a survivor from Ravensbrueck, Polish political prisoner Helena Hegier (Rafalska), who was subjected to medical experiments in 1942. This photograph was entered as evidence for the prosecution at the Medical Trial in Nuremberg. The disfiguring scars resulted from incisions made by medical personnel that were purposely infected with bacteria, dirt, and slivers of glass. — DIZ Muenchen GMBH, Sueddeutscher Verlag Bilderdiens

During World War II, a number of German physicians conducted painful and often deadly experiments on thousands ofconcentration camp prisoners without their consent.

Unethical medical experimentation carried out during the Third Reich may be divided into three categories. The first category consists of experiments aimed at facilitating the survival of Axis military personnel. In Dachau, physicians from the German air force and from the German Experimental Institution for Aviation conducted high-altitude experiments, using a low-pressure chamber, to determine the maximum altitude from which crews of damaged aircraft could parachute to safety. Scientists there carried out so-called freezing experiments using prisoners to find an effective treatment for hypothermia. They also used prisoners to test various methods of making seawater potable.

The second category of experimentation aimed at developing and testing pharmaceuticals and treatment methods for injuries and illnesses which German military and occupation personnel encountered in the field. At the German concentration camps of Sachsenhausen,DachauNatzweilerBuchenwald, andNeuengamme, scientists tested immunization compounds and sera for the prevention and treatment of contagious diseases, including malaria, typhus, tuberculosis, typhoid fever, yellow fever, and infectious hepatitis.

http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005250

Irene Hizme
Born: 1937, Teplice Sanov, Czechoslovakia

Describes medical experiments at Auschwitz [Interview: 1995]

“I, of course, have, um, unfortunately a lot of memories of, um, of the hospital and, um, the doctor’s office. It, I seem to recall spending a great deal of time, um, there. And also being in the hospital and being very sick. And, um, I know one time, when I went to the doctor’s office, that they took blood from me and, it was extremely painful because it was from the left side of my neck. That’s a strange thing to remember. I also remember having blood taken out of my finger, but that wasn’t quite so bad. And I also remember having to sit, um, very still for long periods to be measured and, or weighed, or in X rays. I rem…I remember X rays, X rays. Um…and injections. I remember injections. And then I’d be sick. Because then I, I’d be in this hospital. And I remember having a high fever, because I know they were taking my temperature, somebody was. Um, I really got to hate doctors. I, I got to be afraid. I used, I was terribly scared of doctors, I still am. They’re a nightmare. Hospitals are out of the question and illness is unacceptable.”

Irene and her twin brother Rene were born Renate and Rene Guttmann. The family moved to Prague shortly after the twins’ birth, where they were living when the Germans occupied Bohemia and Moravia in March 1939. A few months later, uniformed Germans arrested their father. Decades later, Irene and Rene learned that he was killed at the Auschwitz camp in December 1941. Irene, Rene, and their mother were deported to the Theresienstadt ghetto, and later to the Auschwitz camp. At Auschwitz, the twins were separated and subjected to medical experiments. Irene and Rene remained separated for some time after their liberation from Auschwitz. The group Rescue Children brought Irene to the United States in 1947, where she was reunited with Rene in 1950.

— US Holocaust Memorial Museum – Collections

During World War II, a number of German physicians conducted painful and often deadly experiments on thousands ofconcentration camp prisoners without their consent.

Unethical medical experimentation carried out during the Third Reich may be divided into three categories. The first category consists of experiments aimed at facilitating the survival of Axis military personnel. In Dachau, physicians from the German air force and from the German Experimental Institution for Aviation conducted high-altitude experiments, using a low-pressure chamber, to determine the maximum altitude from which crews of damaged aircraft could parachute to safety. Scientists there carried out so-called freezing experiments using prisoners to find an effective treatment for hypothermia. They also used prisoners to test various methods of making seawater potable.

The second category of experimentation aimed at developing and testing pharmaceuticals and treatment methods for injuries and illnesses which German military and occupation personnel encountered in the field. At the German concentration camps of Sachsenhausen,DachauNatzweilerBuchenwald, andNeuengamme, scientists tested immunization compounds and sera for the prevention and treatment of contagious diseases, including malaria, typhus, tuberculosis, typhoid fever, yellow fever, and infectious hepatitis. The Ravensbrueckcamp was the site of bone-grafting experiments and experiments to test the efficacy of newly developed sulfa (sulfanilamide) drugs. At Natzweiler and Sachsenhausen, prisoners were subjected to phosgene and mustard gas in order to test possible antidotes.

The third category of medical experimentation sought to advance the racial and ideological tenets of the Nazi worldview. The most infamous were the experiments of Josef Mengele atAuschwitz. Mengele conducted medical experiments on twins. He also directed serological experiments on Roma (Gypsies), as did Werner Fischer at Sachsenhausen, in order to determine how different “races” withstood various contagious diseases. The research of August Hirt at Strasbourg University also intended to establish “Jewish racial inferiority.”

Other gruesome experiments meant to further Nazi racial goals were a series of sterilization experiments, undertaken primarily at Auschwitz and Ravensbrueck. There, scientists tested a number of methods in their effort to develop an efficient and inexpensive procedure for the mass sterilization of Jews, Roma, and other groups Nazi leaders considered to be racially or genetically undesirable.

http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005636

http://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2014/01/26/volkswagen-collaborated-holocaust-gas-chambers/

‘Elders,Hurry Up and Die’ Japan Minister Decay of A Culture

In lifestyle on January 22, 2013 at 09:43

Japan’s finance minister Taro Aso said Monda asked the elders in Japan to ‘Hurry up and die”

Japan’s finance minister Taro Aso said Monday the elderly should be allowed to “hurry up and die” instead of costing the government money for end-of-life medical care.

Aso, who also doubles as deputy prime minister, reportedly said during a meeting of the National Council on Social Security Reforms: “Heaven forbid if you are forced to live on when you want to die. You cannot sleep well when you think it’s all paid by the government.

“This won’t be solved unless you let them hurry up and die,” he said.

 

Taro Aso,

” ‘BORNSep 20, 1940

AGE72″

 

You Leave First.

 

Japan Finance Minister  Taro Aso

Japan Finance Minister Taro Aso

http://www.reddit.com/tb/16zkni

Look at How The Western Concepts have the changed a rich Culture’s treatment of the elderly.

 

Old age ideally represents a time of relaxation of social obligations, assisting with the family farm or business without carrying the main responsibility, socializing, and receiving respectful care from family and esteem from the community. In the late 1980s, high (although declining) rates of suicide among older people and the continued existence of temples where one could pray for quick death[citation needed] indicated that this ideal was not always fulfilled. Japan has a national holiday called Respect for the Aged Day, but for many people it is merely another holiday. Buses and trains carry signs above specially reserved seats to remind people to give up their seats for elderly riders. Many older Japanese continued to live full lives that included gainful employment and close relationships with adult children.

Although the standard retirement age in Japan throughout most of the postwar period was fifty-five, people aged sixty-five and over in Japan were more likely to work than in any other developed country in the 1980s. In 1987 about 36% of men and 15% of women in this age-group were in the labor force. With better pension benefits and decreased opportunities for agricultural or other self-employed work, however, labor force participation by the elderly has been decreasing since 1960. In 1986 about 90% of Japanese surveyed said that they wished to continue working after age sixty-five. They indicated both financial and health reasons for this choice. Other factors, such as a strong work ethic and the centering of men’s social ties around the workplace, may also be relevant. Employment was not always available, however, and men and women who worked after retirement usually took substantial cuts in salary and prestige. Between 1981 and 1986, the proportion of people sixty and over who reported that a public pension was their major source of income increased from 35% to 53%, while those relying most on earnings for income fell from 31 to 25% and those relying on children decreased from 16 to 9%.

In the 1980s, there was a major trend toward the elderly maintaining separate households rather than co-residing with the families of adult children. The proportion living with children decreased from 77% in 1970 to 65% in 1985, although this rate was still much higher than in other industrialized countries. The number of elderly living in Japan’s retirement or nursing homes also increased from around 75,000 in 1970 to more than 216,000 in 1987.

But still, this group was a small portion of the total elderly population. People living alone or only with spouses constituted 32% of the sixty-five-and-over group. Less than half of those responding to a government survey believed that it was the duty of the eldest son to care for parents, but 63% replied that it was natural for children to take care of their elderly parents. The motive of co-residence seems to have changed, from being the expected arrangement of an agricultural society to being an option for coping with circumstances such as illness or widowhood in apostindustrial society.

The health of the aged receives a great deal of the society’s attention. Responsibility for the care of the aged, bedridden, or senile, however, still devolves mainly on family members, usuallydaughters-in-law.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elderly_people_in_Japan

 

 

Punjab Girl Gang Raped Drugged Filmed Thrown Out

In crime, India on January 21, 2013 at 19:15

In a shocker a Girl was gang raped, filmed and was thrown out of a moving car.

 

She is reported to be recovering in a Hospital.

 

Where is the Police force?

 

Story:

Punjab Gang rape.

Punjab Girl gang raped, Thrown out of car.

Chandigarh: A 24-year-old woman, currently out on bail in a case, has alleged that she was raped by two men after being abducted from Chandigarh and later thrown out of a car in Bathinda district, police said on Monday.

In her complaint to the Bathinda Police, the woman has alleged that she was abducted from outside the Sector 43 inter-state bus terminus in Chandigarh on Friday by two women and two men.

The victim, who hails from Moga district, has alleged that she was raped by two unidentified men and thrown out of a moving car last evening near Sangat Mandi in Bathinda.

SSP Bathinda Ravicharan Brar said they were looking into case.

He said the victim had been booked in an attempt to murder case registered in Fazilka, Punjab, a year back.

She was currently out on bail, Brar told a news agency.

Giving further details, he said the victim, who is a nurse, was earlier working in Bathinda where she came in contact with a married man, Sunil.

“Sunil and the victim developed relations. In the meanwhile, Sunil’s wife tested HIV positive. Sunil’s wife lodged a complaint against her husband and the victim (the woman who now alleges rape). While Sunil is still lodged in a jail, this woman (rape victim) was out on bail,” Brar said.

As per the FIR now lodged by the Bathinda Police, Brar said the woman has claimed that she had gone to Patiala a few days back after a friend her told her about a job interview in Mohali on January 18.

http://zeenews.india.com/news/punjab/girl-gang-raped-filmed-and-thrown-out-of-moving-car-in-punjab_824154.html

“She alleges that when she arrived at the Sector 43 bus stand, two women–Sunil’s wife and his mother–and two unknown men who were in the car pulled her inside. She says she was injected some drugs and sedatives. The woman has alleged that she was raped…She was later thrown out of the car,” he said.

 

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