Interview any random set of men on the street about the condition the United States and the answers are likely to be unanimous; the nation is in precipitous decline. This reality is equally as obvious to the Jewish oligarchy which currently governs the country. The Jewish elite have used the world’s sole superpower as a tool for achieving their innumerable goals at the expense of all else, but this state of affairs cannot continue for much longer, and the governing classes are aware of this. As the United States continues to flounder in its ability to project power and as its influence rapidly approaches complete dissolution, the Jewish State of Israel has found itself a new set of bedfellows. These new found friends of Israel will be the subject of an ongoing examination by White-Papers in the weeks and months to come.
Indian External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar and Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett
First on the list, and likely the most influential and economically relevant among this set of alternative allies, is the Republic of India.
No nation makes a better ally than one wherein 15 percent of the population continue to defecate outdoors. While their sanitary habits may differ, India and Israel share several key interests and have, over the past 30 years, come to establish an ever expanding partnership. These shared interests range from a desire for economic growth to various strategic aims. Strategic aims which are dominated by the notion of ‘taming’ the Arab/Muslim world which both nations see as an existential threat to their shared existence.
In India, the Hindu nationalist government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has strengthened the involvement of the Israelis with the Indian Armed Forces and other sensitive agencies such as the Indian Space Research Organization(ISRO). The bedrock of this strategic partnership is the seemingly insatiable taste for Israeli weaponry that the Indian military possesses.
Israel has become one of the largest arms exporters in the world in recent years and 45% of those annual arms exports are bound for India. The Israeli government also assists the Indians with the development of their domestic capabilites, and has recently gained access to India’s indigenous global navigation systems: GAGAN and IRNSS, by assisting the Indian military in the development of autonomous drones. So, while Russia may remain India’s largest partner in terms of the weapons trade, Israel has come to occupy second place. The two countries have recently begun negotiating an arms deal which will see India purchase some two billion dollars worth of Israeli military products each year for the next decade.
Likewise, Israeli and India are coming into alignment on a range of social issues, the most notable of which is their mutual hatred for any problematic Arab or Muslim populations. Many may recall the two week period in May of 2021 when the Israeli military and police killed some 116 Palestinian civilians, mostly women and children, in a firestorm of artillery fire and guided missile strikes directed at the Gaza Strip. Well, the Indians loved this. Social media, in particular twitter, was abuzz with members of the governing party of India, the BJP, tweeting and expressing their support for the slaughter. Additionally, hundreds of thousands of members of the Indian public joined in, calling for India to rally around their “great brothers” in Israel, even going so far as to declare small children terrorists and legitimate targets of Israeli wrath.
Just a year prior to this, and in a similarly militaristic fashion, the Indian government stripped the country’s only Muslim majority state, and former independent nation, of its autonomy and divided it in two. The state, known as Kashmir in the West, has never been allowed to decide its own political fate. It was invaded by India in 1947 at the invitation of the Hindu ruler, who feared a revolt by his majority Muslim subjects and subsequent integration into Pakistan.
These strong social connections have led to strong economic ties between Israel and India. Ties which they plan to grow, in conjunction with the UAE, into a robust 110 billion dollar trade area between the present date and 2030, when India is projected to become the third largest economy in the world, behind the United States and China respectively. The pathway to realizing these goals rests upon connecting the pan-Arab rail services, which already exist throughout the Arabian peninsula, to Israel. This action alone would cut 12 days off of the travel time to get products from Israel to the UAE and then onto India. For more context: Israel, a nation of just 9.2 million, has become India’s 6th largest trading partner in under 5 years and invests more than 200 million dollars in the country annually.
Cooperation also goes beyond the most obvious interests of the two governments. India, like so many other nations enthralled to the Jewish power structure, has made special accommodations for Israel in the realms of emergency assistance and humanitarian efforts. Accommodations which have not as of yet been offered to other states. One only need look back to the year 2020, during the height of the initial scare over the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, when India decided to exempt Israel from its ban on exporting medical supplies and pharmaceuticals.
Just as the British Empire before it, the United States won’t be able to support Israel indefinitely and in order to ensure the survival of their questionably legitimate state the Jewish elite are manufacturing the new guarantors of their independence. There should be no question that India and her 1.4 billion citizens make a powerful bulwark against future threats to Israel and therefore present a potential problem for the order that we seek to build.