Although he is only 36 years old, Sachin Pilot (b. 1977) is currently the American-educated, Indian Minister for Corporate Affairs. He has previously worked for the British Broadcasting Corporation in India, as a well as for the American-based multi-national, General Motors.
|Sachin Pilot with his party, and nation's, leader, Manmohan Singh|
Sachin Pilot, whose late father, Rajesh, briefly led the the Indian National Congress party, is a member of the same party (now led by the current Indian Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh) as well as a member of Indian Parliament and a serving, regular officer in the Indian Territorial Army.
Unfortunately, young Sachin Pilot (like his American equivalent, Sarah Palin) seems to have been promoted to his lofty governmental post more for his clean-cut, good-looks, than for his intellectual capacities; for, if he sincerely believes that 'Amway India Enterprises' is a 'law abiding and reputable company' (as has recently been reported ), then he is far too stupid even to be making the tea at the Indian Corporate Affairs Ministry, let alone running it.
|American 'MLM income opportunity' racketeer, William S. Pinkey, arrested for fraud.|
Despite his previous, apparently well-informed pronouncements, on hearing of the recent arrest of the managing director of 'Amway India Enterprises' on fraud charges, young Sachin is reported as saying:
'it is disappointing that such an eventuality came about.'
'the government will remove as early as possible the ambiguities in laws aimed at tackling fraudulent investment schemes.'
'We (Corporate Affairs Ministry) will work closely with concerned ministries and industries to remove the ambiguity in the law (related to tackling ponzi and other fraudulent schemes) as soon as possible.'
'While steps should be taken to crack down on fraudulent companies running dubious investment schemes, companies that are reputed and abiding by the law must be delineated,'
'Such events might negatively affect the prospects of our country as an attractive investment destination,'
'While we take strong actions against ponzi schemes, we need to be careful not to create a vitiating atmosphere for reputed and law abiding companies.'
When translated into plain English, Sachin Pilot has apparently said that he has absolutely no intention of allowing the Indian police or the courts to do their job and protect the people of the republic of India from the biggest 'MLM income opportunity' racketeers! On the contrary this young fellow is reported as having steadfastly pretended moral and intellectual authority whilst, at the same time, foolishly broadcasting his urgent intention to place all the biggest 'MLM income opportunity' racketeers above the law of the land, before they can be convicted of fraud and sent to prison.
Apart from the fact that young Sachin has already been approached by countless deluded 'MLM'adherents, begging him to save their 'businesses, there is another explanation for his morally, and intellectually, bankrupt commentary. Namely, the billionaire racketeers whom Sachin Pilot now apparently claims he selflessly wants to protect in the wider-economic interests of the people of the Indian republic, have been following the same subversive tactics which have enabled them to dodge criminal prosecution in the USA, and elsewhere, for decades.
Thus, I have some common-sense questions which I would like to put to Mr. Sachin Pilot:
- What exactly has been your own, and/or your political party's, financial connection, with the foreign-controlled, major, organized crime group known as 'Amway?'
- What exactly has been your own, and/or your political party's, financial connection with the foreign-controlled, parallel organization known as the 'Direct Sellng Association?'
- What quantifiable evidence have you seen to prove that any member of the so-called 'Direct Selling Association' has actually been regularly retailing goods, and/or services (based on value and demand) to the Indian public, rather than operating a dissimulated closed-closed market swindle, or pyramid scam, in which unlawful investment payments (based on the false expectation of future reward) have been laundered as retail sales simply by offering a never-ending chain of temporarily-deluded victims of the swindle, effectively-unsaleable wampum?
- What possible lawful reason can you supply to explain why you now, urgently don't want the above serious matters to be fully-investigated by independent Indian law enforcement agents and put before independent Indian judges by independent Indian prosecutors?
In an ideal world, it wouldn't be me putting these common-sense questions to Sachin Pilot. Self-evidently, if they have been reported accurately (and I have no reason to doubt that they have), Sachin Pilot's recent thoughtless pronouncements are further evidence that, due to the length of time it has survived and amount of capital it has already unlawfully-generated, the absurd, but nonetheless pernicious, lie entitled 'MLM income opportunity,' represents an ongoing threat to democracy and the rule of law, all around the globe.
David Brear (copyright 2013)