Archive for May 28, 2016

Long tradition of betrayal in India

India’s largest female domain investor was initially upset when she was betrayed repeatedly and those who betrayed her were rewarded with intelligence agency jobs, falsely claiming to have her resume, investment. However reading the story of Babur, the first Mughal emperor of India, in a dramatized account by Alex Rutheford, it becomes apparent that India has a long tradition of betrayal. Babur was initially the ruler of Ferghana, a small kingdom in central Asia, and after his fathers death, he acknowledged his half brother Jahangir and got him to the royal palace.
When he went to take control of Samarkhand, he found that his half brother Jahangir with the help of others had taken control of Ferghana and he found himself without a kingdom. Almost every person who Babur trusts, except his sister, mother, grandmother, and a few military officials, betray him. After her conquers India, he orders that the family of the slain ruler of India, Sultan Ibrahim lodi, including his mother, Buwa is treated well.
However, the mother of the sultan, Buwa, again betrays Babur, tries to poison the emperor, when he is having his meal. Though Babur managed to recover from the poison, it was one of the factors which allegedly resulted in his death at the relatively early age of 47.
So in India, a person with money or power or an impressive resume should never trust anyone, betrayal is an indian tradition, honest, loyal people are ruthlessly exploited, cheated.
Indian intelligence agencies want small business owners to hire employees so that the employees can be used to betray the small business owner , destroy or take over the business.

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