Old rivals threaten the value of your gold holdings. You should be nervous about the old border dispute between India and Pakistan in the Kashmir region, as even economists have pointed out.
With a strong Western military and intelligence presence around Pakistan, there is the capability of Western intelligence launching a nuclear strike against India, blaming the incident on terrorists or rogue elements of the Pakistan government. If you believe the government orchestrated 9/11 in conjunction with the mainstream media trust covering up the hard evidence, there is no reason why you shouldn’t believe that a staged conflict between India and Pakistan could be the next major world-changing event and crime of the New World Order.
The primary reason for the bankers to orchestrate such an event would be to collapse gold prices. India and China demands 45% of the world’s gold supply. A nuclear strike against India would significantly collapse such demand for gold. The banks could then buy gold at historically low prices, below $300/oz. Think of all the people who bought gold over $800/oz. The banks would want a new world gold standard after buying gold at such cheap prices.
The London rivalry has to do with Ghandi. Ghandi was the pacifist who defeated British imperialism, throwing the British crown, their tea tax, and their colonialism out of India. There has to be some deeply-rooted and hidden animosity within the cold hearts of the monarchs of Europe towards India. The monarchs are still active behind the geopolitical scenes, making appearances or having representation at Bilderberg meetings.
Malthus has to do with the agenda of eugenists and those who believe over-population threatens the planet. According to the World Bank, India has over 1.2 billion people. China, which would be in the direct fallout path of India, has over 1.3 billion people. Another half billion people from Bangladesh to the Phillipines would be affected. World population is a little over 7 billion people. One third to 42% of the world’s population would be directly affected. As Zbigniew Brzezinski has pointed out in a 2009 speech, it is infinitely easier to kill a million people than control them.