EVENTS OF 1964
1.I WAS BORN ON 29-1-1964
2.JAWAHAR LAL NEHRU DIED ON CHATRAPATI SHIVAJI SYMBOLIC DATE -27-5-1964
3.HE WAS FOLLOWED BY MENTAL HEALTH DAY SYMBOLIC GURUDUTT ,THE ETHOS OF THE HINDI FILM INDUSTRY IN A SENSATIONAL SUICIDE DRAMA ON EXACTLY 10-10-1964;wherein his home was also wrecked.
4.IN AMERICA WHERE NEHRUJI HAD LAID THE FOUNDATION OF LIBERATING KASHMIR WITH KENNEDY WHO WAS CRUELLY ASSASINATED ON A MUSLIM HIGRA 622 SYMBOLIC DATE OF 22-11-1963[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_F._Kennedy]
A BOOK WAS PUBLISHED WHEREIN BOTH JEWS AND HINDUS WERE PERSECUTED BY UNLEASHING PSYCHOLOGICAL TERRORISM -BUT THIS TIME IN A PSYCHIATRIC FORM CALLED :-
OR PHERAN OF KASHMIR , PHERNIE OF KARVACHOWTH, Hiz-bul Mujahideen
THE BOOK WAS 'I NEVER PROMISED YOU A ROSE GARDEN'.PLEASE READ THE SYMBOLISM INHERENT IN IT AS WELL AS WHAT IS HAPPENING IN INDIA IN HOTELS.
ARYA SAMAJ A FILTHY SECT STARTED BY THE BRITISHERS TO WRECK HINDU HOMES BY THE LUST OF MEN WAS TO FILL INDIA WITH CRIME AND REAP THE ORGANS OF MIDDLEAGED WOMEN FOR OLD MEN. TEMPORARY ARTICLE 370 OF KASHMIR AND ARYA SAMAJ ACT OF 1937 WERE PROCURING ONE AND THE SAME PURPOSE -TO KEEP INDIA A GULAM-SLAVE OF KUTUB MINAR ,WHICH WAS BUILT IN THE SHAPE OF A WOMEN'S SARI FOLDS.
Please see the family of Latika Rana-her father looks like Prodi,her mother like Sonia Gandhi's mother.
Born on September 7, 1908, Vidya Sagar, the eldest son of the family, set up an ahrtiya shop and then a provisional store when he shifted to Ludhiana.
Two failed ventures, a job in a hosiery unit at a monthly salary of Rs 10 and then, a small hosiery unit set up with an investment of Rs 100. This is how began the man who built a multi-crore empire when he shifted from his native village Jodhan to Ludhiana.
John Wilkes Booth, who assassinated Lincoln, was born in 1839.
Lee Harvey Oswald, who assassinated Kennedy, was born in 1939.
Issues | Doctrine | The Thirty Nine Articles
Officially the Church of England accepts the full and final authority of Holy Scripture as the basis for all that it believes. Some of these beliefs were summarised in the historic creeds, and at the time of the Reformation the Church adopted the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion as giving a concise and systematic statement of the teaching of Scripture.
The legal definition of the Doctrine of the Church of England can be found in the Church of England (Worship and Doctrine) Measure 1974 which accords with what is also stated in Canon A5.
These state clearly that the doctrine of the Church of England is particularly to be found in the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion, the Book of Common Prayer and the Ordinal.
The Burning of Washington is the name given to the burning of Washington, D.C., by British forces in 1814, during the War of 1812. Strict discipline and the British commander's orders to burn only public buildings are credited with preserving most residences, and as a result the facilities of the U.S. government, including the White House, were largely destroyed. The attack was in retaliation for the U.S. invasion of York, Upper Canada (now Toronto, Ontario, Canada), at the Battle of York in 1813, in which U.S. forces looted and burned the city, including the Parliament Buildings of Upper Canada.
John F. Kennedy entered the White House hoping to make America and the world a better and safer place in which to live. Through diplomacy, he wanted to achieve a settlement of the East-West tensions and to bring about a peaceful resolution to such issues as the Israeli-Arab conflict. Although his provision of defensive HAWK anti-aircraft missiles, in response to Russian, French and British arms sales to the Arabs, made him the first President to supply arms to Israel, Kennedy feared both exacerbation of the arms race and the proliferation of nuclear weapons. While he remained an honest and loyal friend to Israel, he also attempted to further America's relationship with the Arab states and to encourage a settlement of the Arab refugee issue. Kennedy was an independent thinker who learned how to rely upon his own best judgment and intelligence rather than upon his father or officials like Dean Rusk or Allen Dulles. Kennedy ultimately agreed to regular consultations between Israeli and American military personnel, but he would not agree to a dual alliance nor would he allow America to become Israel's main source of military equipment. The author contends that it was this precarious and uncertain diplomatic and military situation that encouraged Israel to develop its own defense industries and to investigate the possibilities of producing its own nuclear weapons systems.
Papi Gudia (1996)
|Dekho Dekho Mein Hoon|
|Alisha Chinai, Bali Brahmbhatt|
In March 1963, Oswald used his alias "A. Hidell" (which he would later use for the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, and for which he was carrying an I.D. card when arrested after the Kennedy murder) to purchase the rifle later linked to the November 22, 1963 assassination of John F. Kennedy. The surplus Italian military rifle was purchased from Klein's Sporting Goods in Chicago, with a coupon taken from an ad in the February issue of American Rifleman. FBI and Treasury Department experts later matched the handwriting on the coupon and the envelope to Oswald. The rifle was purchased under "A. Hidell" but sent to a Dallas post office box rented by Oswald under his own name.
The Mafia (also known as Cosa Nostra) is a Sicilian criminal secret society which first developed in the mid-19th century in Sicily. An offshoot emerged on the East Coast of the United States and in Australia during the late 19th century following waves of Sicilian and Southern Italian emigration (see also Italian diaspora). In North America, the Mafia often refers to Italian organized crime in general, rather than just traditional Sicilian organized crime. According to historian Paolo Pezzino: "The Mafia is a kind of organized crime being active not only in several illegal fields, but also tending to exercise sovereignty functions – normally belonging to public authorities – over a specific territory..."
The Sicilian Cosa Nostra is a loose confederation of about one hundred Mafia groups, also called cosche or families, each of which claims sovereignty over a territory, usually a town or village or a neighborhood of a larger city, though without ever fully conquering and legitimizing its monopoly of violence. For many years, the power apparatuses of the single families were the sole ruling bodies within the two associations, and they have remained the real centers of power even after superordinate bodies were created in the Cosa Nostra beginning in the late 1950s (the Sicilian Mafia Commission).
The Sicilians also have a law of silence, called omertà; it forbids the common man, woman or child to cooperate at all with the police or the government, upon pain of death.http://www.crimelibrary.com/gangsters_outlaws/family_epics/marcello/2.html
EXCERPTS FROM THE BOOK "FALSELY ACCUSED" by R.E."Gus" Payne
17th C. – Italian
Metropolitain Museum of Arts
The Stylet or stiletto is the smallest of daggers, easily concealed, lightest in weight, with a strong triangular sectional blade. The dimensions of the stilettos made these daggers a favorite among assassins. The dagger was easy to conceal, enabling assassins to follow their would be victims at close rage without being spotted.
Stiletto spells sex. Nothing else creates an erotically taut, arched foot or an overall come-hither silhouette quite like the stiletto heel.This exquisite book uncovers the compelling lure of the needle heel.
A highly charged symbol, the stiletto suggests a multitude of contradictions - it can be elegant, vulgar, submissive, aggressive, subversive, conventional. The stiletto is phallic but supremely female, it makes the wearer at once vulnerable and in control. Six decades have seen the stiletto in vogue around the world with an ever-changing, kaleidoscopic clientele of classic ladies, Hollywood stars, fetishists, punks, princesses, power- dressers, cross-dressers, A-list celebrities, and the girl next door. For the first time, Stiletto attempts to uncover the compelling lure of the needle heel.