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Watch Kamala Harris Deceive Joe Biden Re Her Uncle; Why Didn’t She Want To Tell Biden Her Uncle Was Affiliated With India’s Ministry of Defence Funded Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA)?
Kamala Iyer Harris tells Biden that her uncle, Dr. Gopalan Balachandran, is a journalist and mathematician, which covers up his India Ministry of Defense and India government connections. As she is sworn in, in January 2017, her uncle was still writing papers for/advising the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA). He helped with a paper as recently as May 2020.
Kamala clearly was NOT thoroughly vetted even though we put the info together over a year ago: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2019/06/28/why-did-kamala-harris-lie-and-tell-biden-that-her-uncle-was-a-journalist-mathematics-when-he-advises-the-government-of-india-on-defense-especially-nuclear-matters/
See Kamala deceive Biden at 2 min and 20 seconds. The very fact of this deception should raise alarm. While he could be a US spy in India, his writings are oriented to India’s interest and not US interest. If he is a spy, we believe it is against the US, not for the US.
This is her uncle’s 2013 bio for the IDSA, where he authored papers as recently as July 2019 and was thanked for helping with a paper as recently as May 2020. His niece, Kamala, has been sitting in the US Senate on the Intelligence and Homeland Security Committees, since 2017. He appears to have left most of these posts when the Congress Party lost power, with the exception of IDSA: “Dr. G. Balachandran is a Consulting Fellow at the IDSA. He has a PhD in Economics and Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin. His specialization includes issues related to economics and technology. He is associated with the National Maritime Foundation, New Delhi. He is a Consultant both to the Americas Division of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs and to the Confederation of Indian Industry. Dr. Balachandran has conducted studies and published widely on the India-United States Next Steps in Strategic Partnership as well as on India-US Civil Nuclear Co-operation Agreement. He has also carried out studies on Pakistan’s Defence Expenditure, on US Export Control Procedures and policy. He is currently engaged in a study on Pakistan’s Energy Security.” http://web.archive.org/web/20130530025413/https://idsa.in/profile/gbalachandran
Up until 2019, Kamala’s uncle Dr. Gopalan Balachandran was still writing for the IDSA and unofficially advised as late as May 2020. https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2020/08/12/still-time-to-stop-kamala-harris-on-us-national-security-grounds-she-isnt-officially-bidens-vp-nominee-until-next-weeks-convention-spread-the-word/
Dr Gopalan Balachandran explained to India Today TV (August 12, 2020) that he communicates with Kamala through his daughter due to the possibility of email hacking: “so nobody can say she is influenced by her family in India…” https://archive.vn/rNYGx India news has been quick to point out his (now only unofficial) affiliation as consultant with the recently renamed Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses. Not so with news outside of India, which has clipped it from articles and videos with her uncle. Her position on Kashmir is merely the most common one for the Congress Party, as opposed to Modi’s BJP. Both Kamala’s uncle Dr Gopalan Balachandran, and grandfather, PV Gopalan, have served as high ranking public servants for India, primarily serving the Congress Party, which was mostly Soviet allied.
Geetha Gopalan seems to be Kamala’s cousin and possible Balachandran daughter who was introduced at the swearing in. In the video, the cousin says she teaches literature at the university of Maryland and may say “DC resident” but is unclear: https://web.archive.org/web/20200816120156/https://sssw.hunter.cuny.edu/staff-members/gopalan-geetha-lcsw-phd/ https://web.archive.org/web/20200816120344/https://www.ssw.umaryland.edu/research-and-outreach/faculty-spotlight-geetha-gopalan/
Shyamala Gopalan has the same name as Kamala’s mother and is a likely cousin… she is possibly in the video. Could be Balachandran’s DC daughter https://archive.vn/RgIFa
“The Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (MP-IDSA) (formerly known as: Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA)),New Delhi, is India’s foremost think tank for advanced research in international relations, especially defence, strategic and security issues, and providing training to civilian, military and paramilitary officers of the Indian government. It is funded by the Indian Ministry of Defence ” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manohar_Parrikar_Institute_for_Defense_Studies_and_Analyses
“IDSA is funded by the Indian Ministry of Defence. It functions autonomously….
The Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses was established in November 1965 to initiate studies and research in areas relating to national security and the impact of defence measures on economic, political and social developments. Over the years, the Institute has evolved as a premier research institution, carrying out policy-related authoritative studies on national and international security issues… The Institute is accessible to political leaders, scholars, the media, service officers and others who have interest in issues concerning national security. ” http://web.archive.org/web/20170714223203/https://mod.gov.in/dod/institute-defence-studies-and-analysis-idsa. https://archive.vn/8v2LL
Here are a few of the IDSA titles that he has authored from the period his niece entered the US Senate in January 2017 (link at end of titles list):
“The West Asian Crisis and Oil Price Expectations
As concerns over a potential conflict in the region grow, the pressing issue of what a conflict would mean for the price of international crude oil needs to be addressed urgently. Shebonti Ray Dadwal and G. Balachandran
July 04, 2019 IDSA COMMENT
CAATSA Sanctions and India
While 11 of the 12 prescribed sanctions will have little or no effect on India-Russia defence relations, the twelfth, unless waived, has the potential to completely derail the India-US Defence and Strategic Partnership.
September 26, 2018
The First India-US 2+2 Dialogue: An Assessment
An evaluation of the non-negotiable elements of the CISMOA Boilerplate agreement does not show any element that will have any unavoidable security risks for India.
September 14, 2018
Nuclear Arms Race in South Asia? – An Analysis
Ever since India and Pakistan conducted their nuclear tests in 1998, it has been the favourite pastime of many analysts writing on nuclear issues to cast the strategic stability in South Asia in dark tones. This urban myth is primarily a Western invention although at times writers in the subcontinent as well have taken some part in it.
Implications of CAATSA for India’s Defence Relations with Russia and America
While the provisions of the Countering America’s Adversaries through Sanctions Act (CAATSA) are unlikely to be imposed on India anytime soon, it is nonetheless likely to prove a dampener on an otherwise booming defence relationship between India and the United States.
Laxman Kumar Behera and G. Balachandran
April 26, 2018
Time is ripe to start bilateral talks between the US and North Korea
The time is opportune now for the international community to press for the start of bilateral discussions between the US and North Korea leading to the full participation of the UNSC in the final negotiations.
December 20, 2017
The Contours of a Negotiated Nuclear-Missile Deal with North Korea
Removing the Kim regime’s fears about regime change and reducing the insecurity caused by North Korea’s nuclear and missile tests to the US and its allies are the essentials that must be addressed in a UN-led multinational dialogue to forge a negotiated settlement.
December 12, 2017
A Forecast of the Modi-Trump Meeting
No new initiative likely on strategic cooperation front, and complaints on H1B visa issue unlikely to fall on receptive ears since available data does not support the current Indian urban myth.
June 22, 2017
Changes in the SCOMET List: What it means for the Indian Defence Industry
The formal inclusion of the Munitions List within the SCOMET framework explicitly brings the defence industry under the purview of India’s global commitment to non-proliferation.
Laxman Kumar Behera and G. Balachandran
June 08, 2017
Revisiting India’s Nuclear Doctrine
India’s current nuclear doctrine does not call for an automatic massive retaliation for Pakistan’s use of TNWs against Indian troops on Pakistan soil. However, this does not mean that such an attack will go unanswered.
G. Balachandran and Kapil Patil
March 27, 2017 IDSA COMMENT”
Link to the articles here:
“The Rediff Interview/Dr G Balachandran
It’s the best nuclear deal India could’ve got’
August 08, 2005
Dr G Balachandran is one of India’s foremost strategic analysts whose advice is regularly sought by the ministries of external affairs and defence.
An expert on nuclear energy, he conducted an in-depth study of US sanctions against India after the nuclear tests in Pokhran in May 1998.“https://archive.vn/Jh9Li
“Areas for US-India Civilian Nuclear Cooperation to Prevent/Mitigate Radiological Events” By Gopalan Balachandran Consulting Analyst, Institute for Defense Studies and Analyses New Delhi, India https://www.sandia.gov/cooperative-monitoring-center/_assets/documents/SAND2013-0150.pdf
The 2010 version of the bio mentions journalism making Kamala’s lie one of blatant omission. There are lies of omission, as well as commission. If you call his papers journalism then it is still deception: “Dr. Gopalan Balachandran Dr. Balachandran is a consulting fellow at India’s Institute for Defense Studies and Analysis (IDSA) where he works on projects related to Indian defense spending and civil nuclear power programs. He has advanced degrees in economics, computer science, electrical engineering, and applied physics from universities in India, England, and the United States. Previous to working at IDSA, Dr. Balachandran worked in a number of capacities ranging from correspondent (at The Hindu) and editor (at the Business Standard, New Delhi) to director for a United Nations development program. He has done a number of studies for various agencies of the Indian government“.
Archive list: https://archive.vn/cVpLz
In this context, men means people:
“The men who do not become Americans and nothing else are hyphenated Americans; and there ought to be no room for them in this country. The man who calls himself an American citizen and who yet shows by his actions that he is primarily the citizen of a foreign land, plays a thoroughly mischievous part in the life of our body politic. He has no place here; and the sooner he returns to the land to which he feels his real heart allegiance, the better it will be for every good American. There is no such thing as a hyphenated American who is a good American. The only man who is a good American is the man who is an American and nothing else“. (US President Theodore Roosevelt, 1915) https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Address_to_the_Knights_of_Columbus