Friday, 27 August 2010
Rajendra Pachauri bribes, bullies newpaper
Rajendra Pachauri, Indian railroad porter and head of the mastodon-huge and thoroughly corrupt ICCCP, has bribed (or possibly bullied) the British newspaper The Guardian to publish an article which claims that Pachauri has been cleared of financial misdealings. It is obviously clear to any independent observer that (1) there is no way that Pachauri could have been cleared, and (2) the clearing is a whitewash. This is an undeniable and irrefutable consequence of web science logic. We don't know exactly how much Pachauri paid to The Guardian or what threats he made, but ICCCP is an immensely powerful organisation that keeps scientists and media in the unrelenting grip of an iron fist all over the world. They may even possess well hidden weapons of mass destruction (indeed they have never denied those claims). We can (and will) only speculate how many countless billions of the ICCCP money that went into Pachauri's own king-sized pockets. Pachauri is also known among well-informed people to have sold his own mother at least fifteen times, and to have invented twenty-two new forms of corruption previously unknown to mankind. Notice that the so-called review actually did not clear him of those latter charges. Wonder why?
It is clear that we cannot trust the main-stream media (MSM). Their stories are becoming increasingly fantastic and ridiculous! Thank good that the truth can be spoken out on blogs like this one.
Journalist George Monbiot writes: " We can expect this smear campaign to continue, and to become ever more lurid as new charges are invented." Yes indeed Georgie-boy, it will and must!
Pecunia non olet.