Friday, 11 August 2017

Fwd: Planned whistleblower retaliation against General Electric Company whistleblower Seema Sapra by and on the Intercept website


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From: Seema Sapra <seema.sapra@googlemail.com>
Date: Fri, Aug 11, 2017 at 2:58 PM
Subject: Planned whistleblower retaliation against General Electric Company whistleblower Seema Sapra by and on the Intercept website
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Three of my comments are again being censored. Can you please stop pre-censoring me. I will not post about GE. 


Seema Sapra 
General Electric Company whistloeblower 


On Sat, Apr 15, 2017 at 6:39 PM, Seema Sapra <seema.sapra@googlemail.com> wrote:
Two of my comments are again being censored. Can you please stop pre-censoring me. I will not post about GE. 


Seema Sapra 
General Electric Company whistloeblower 


Seema Sapra @SeemaSapraLaw ↪ Seema Sapra @SeemaSapraLaw
April 15 2017, 2:29 p.m.
And they also joked that Afghans would happily become the 51st State of the USA, if that would make the Americans to stop messing around with Afghanistan.

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Seema Sapra @SeemaSapraLaw ↪ Swisscheese
April 15 2017, 1:47 p.m.
Recently, I met a couple of young Afghan men from Kabul visiting New Delhi. I chatted with them for well over an hour, This is what I learned.

The Afghan problem was created first by the British, then the Soviets and then the CIA. By the way the Afghans dealt the first defeat to the British Empire.

They hate the Pakistanis. But like India.

They know that Pakistan is completely controlled by the CIA. They know ISIS is CIA. They know the ISI is controlled by the CIA.

One of the men was a contractor for the US army. He and others like him have become rich because the US has spent over 90 billion dollars in Afghanistan. But both the men and everyone else who can manage it, wants to leave the CIA and US created hell-hole that is Afghanistan today. The money has also dried up.

I was told that Afghans who worked for the US army get special US immigration visas and the richer they are the easier it is.

Those who cannot get to the US, hope to come to places like India.

One of the men spoke fluent English. The other one spoke good Hindi which he learnt from watching Indian TV and films.

Both had no illusions about the absolutely destructive and selfish US interest and role in Afghanistan. They don't expect the Afghanistan problem to be solved for another 80 years. Hence they all simply want to leave with their families. They know their country is now simply a war zone for the US.

I learned that Afghanistan controls 96% of the natural drug trade. The Taliban who control this along with the CIA are rich. They pay around 700 USD per month to their soldiers, much more than what the Afghan State pays its army.

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On Mon, Feb 20, 2017 at 6:28 PM, Seema Sapra <seema.sapra@googlemail.com> wrote:
I posted a single comment in this thread saying that the article was a limited hangout. It has been censored, why? 


I am being targeted by the Intercept because I am a General Electric Company whistleblower whereas Mona Holland who attacked me on this website is not. 

Seema Sapra 
General Electric Company whistleblower 




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