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Sharad Joshi clarifying a misunderstanding with Ashok Desai in 2004

From: “Sharad Joshi” <>
To: “Sanjeev Sabhlok” <>
Subject: RE: From Sanjeev Sabhlok
Date: Tue, 17 Aug 2004

Dear Mr. Sanjeev Sabhlok ji,
I have replied Ashok Desai on the 8th August when I returned to Head
Quarters after a busy schedule of about two months. He has acknowledged my
reply. After that I have communicated with him about my present contact in
Yours sincerely,
– Sharad Joshi

—–Original Message—–
From: Sanjeev Sabhlok []
Sent: Sunday, August 15, 2004 4:29 AM
Subject: From Sanjeev Sabhlok

Dear Sh. Joshi,
Would you please take the time off to reply?

Date: 5 Aug 2004 16:53:46 -0000
Subject: [SBP-Exec-support] Re: Executive Digest, Vol 8, Issue 3

For Sharad Joshi

Dear Sharad

You have not replied to my repeated requests
that you should explain your alliance with Shiv Sena to those of us who are
interested. It is 4 August today. I hope you will do so in the next 11

Yours ever


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Do the greens have a plan to wipe out human population?

They do think a lot about a much lower population:

One-child policy for Australia, says green group

More Population Madness, More Human Culls

And there is big money for those who promote policies that reduce population in India.

“By the late 1960s, population control became official US government policy. US President Lyndon Johnson (1963-69) openly tied aid to India with it agreeing to push ahead with a population control program. He said: “I’m not going to piss away foreign aid in nations where they refuse to deal with their own population problems.”

“Western populationist groups had been active in India for decades. But by the early 1970s, population control advocates had won over much of the country’s upper-caste political elite.”

The Dark History of Population Control


See my tweet:

“organic farming tends to yield between 19-60% less than conventional farming” => vastly reduced food production => killing off of the poorest Indians.

We can imagine now what these anti-GM lobbyists are paid to do by anti-population networks.


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