GUPTA FAMILY: ENEMIES OF THE ILLUMINATI

As I work my way though the various news items in South Africa that seems to be getting people buzzing, the one name that keeps coming up is that of the GUPTA family.

When I talk about the Shadow Government that operate from outside the borders of South Africa, many South Africans identify that with the Gupta Family.

GUPTA FAMILY

For those who don’t know who they are, the Gupta family is an Indian-South African business family whose notable members are the brothers Ajay, Atul, and Rajesh “Tony” Gupta. The Gupta family owns a number of companies in a range of different industries ranging from energy to media publications. Their first venture into South Africa was the establishment of Sahara Computers and Sahara Systems (Pty) Ltd. In mining, their interests include Oakbay Resources and Energy, which is a gold mining and processing company. They also own the Shiva Uranium Mine, Tegeta Exploration and Resources, Westdawn Investments (Pty) Ltd which is trading as JIC Mining Services, and Black Edge Exploration. They have substantial media interests in South Africa through TNA Media (Pty) Ltd, including THE NEW AGE, a national newspaper, and ANN7 (African News Network), a 24-hour news channel. Other interests include VR Laser Services steel fabrication for mining, engineering and armoured vehicles applications, Islandsite Investments 180, and Confident Concepts.

The Guptas have been absolutely slated in the mainstream media due to their close and rather controversially close relationship with South African president Jacob Zuma.

The Guptas influence on the president has been described by the former General Secretary of the Congress of South Africa Trade Unions, Zwelinzima Vavi, as a “shadow government”. These claims are rooted in the fact that the Gupta family employed Jacob Zuma’s wife Bongi Ngema-Zuma. One of Jacob Zuma’s sons, Duduzane Zuma, is the director in a number of Gupta owned firms. One of Jacob Zuma’s daughters, Duduzile Zuma, was made a director of Gupta owned Sahara Computers shortly after Zuma’s election to presidency in 2008.

The Gupta family, their wealth and influence first came to public attention in April 2013, when a plane load of 217 guests from India were cleared to land at the South African Air Force base at Waterkloof for the marriage of Vega Gupta to Aakash Jahajgarhia. This event caused a significant controversy that led to the African National Congress and other political parties, as well as the South African National Defence Union, to denounce this use of the air force base. The ANC issued a statement calling for “those responsible for giving the family permission to come to the country without going through the normal channels, be “brought to book””.   In the aftermath of the event, India’s High Commissioner Virendra Gupta (not related to the Gupta family) said publicly that the Indian High Commission was given permission to land the plane at Waterkloof Air Force Base. He explained that the Commission communicated through its defence adviser with the chief of defence for foreign relations in the SA National Defence Force (SANDF).

The landing was cleared by Bruce Koloane, who was Chief of State Protocol at the department of international relations, who insisted that the flight was a “sensitive” official visit. Koloane was demoted after an investigation concluded that he used Zuma’s name to illegally authorize the landing. President Zuma was scheduled to attend the wedding but canceled after the incident became public. The family apologised for the incident stating that they applied for special permission to land as a number of the guests were Indian government minsters. The incident prompted a significant outcry that it was dubbed “Guptagate” by the South African media.

Having taken witness statements from many different people, I know for a fact that it is not all that unusual to have high profile / wealthy people fly into non commercial airports in South Africa. In fact, this happens all the time. There are entire nature reserves with private airports in them reserved just for the Elites / Illuminati / Shadow Government to use without having to go through the official channels for clearance via passport control.

My research has led me to the conclusion that the Gupta family are NOT the “Shadow Government”, that controls South Africa. Indeed, the Gupta family may be very wealthy and politically connected, and let’s face it, with enough money and influential friends, you can pretty much fly a plane into any private, government or military airport, but they are not the real threat behind the scenes. Don’t get me wrong, I despise crony capitalism, nepotism and corruption in business, but my professional view on the Gupta family is that they are a distraction from the real “Shadow Government”. The Gupta family provides a convenient point of reference at which we can point fingers whilst ignoring true threat and enemy, and this is easy to do considering their self made influence and wealth.

However due to this influence and wealth, it is my firm belief that the Gupta family pose a threat to the Illuminati, which is why there is such a sustained ongoing campaign against them in the main stream media. I mean let’s face it, the Gupta family are by far not the worse of the lot when it comes to the Elitists who control this world. There are far more extreme examples to references.

GUPTA FAMILY

At worst, the Gupta family is overly ambitious and very successful business tycoons, who have used their wealth and influence with politicians for personal profit, and sometimes in ways that can be seen as high-level government corruption. The truth be told, the Gupta family are just one family in a long list of people who are doing just such things. They have nothing to do with the secretive shadow government that is running South Africa, and in fact pose a threat to the Illuminati, due to their growing wealth and influence. This is evidenced by the fact that the Dominican Order, a Catholic organisation, has requested an investigation into allegations that deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas and former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor, were offered cabinet posts in exchange for agreement to be influenced by the Guptas’ political and business interests.

Due to the fact that the real “shadow government” and indeed the entire control structure is run by the Roman Cult, being the Illuminati / Jesuits / Vatican / Knights, it is unlikely that they would turn on one of their own, unless that person / people posed a threat to the Roman Cult. In fact, the Roman Catholic Church has never ever stood up against the corruption of tycoons such as Cecil John Rhodes, Nicky Openheimer or Johann Rupert, due to the fact that they are assets of the Illuminati / Jesuits / Vatican / Roman Cult. The reason that the Guptas are now being singled out in such a public way, is because their power and influence is a threat to the POWERS THAT BE, as they are not part of the “secret club”.

At the end of the day, this is nothing more than a power struggle between a wealthy and perhaps somewhat corrupt Indian business family, and the dark forces that control and run South Africa. I am not saying that the Gupta family are good or bad, right or wrong, innocent or guilty, what I am saying is, don’t be fooled by distraction. The Gupta family is being being made an example of by those that feel threatened by them, by putting all the details about the Gupta family’s dealings, into the public’s attention to create spectacle and cause distraction.  This is being done because the Gupta family are a threat to the Illuminati, who are more of a threat to the people of South Africa, than the Gupta family.

Don’t be distracted by perversion diversion tactics. Time to work out who the real power players are in this illusory game.

Peace Love Unity Respect

Mel Ve

PROUDLY SOUTH AFRICA

www.stopsouthafricangenocide.org

 

 

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