Een lesje geschiedenis over Indiase “Thuggees” en hoe ze zo lang hun gang konden gaan.

Dit is in feite hoe (ook vreemde) geheime diensten in Nederland opereren. 

Group_of_ThugsThe Thugs travelled in groups across India for six hundred years. Although the Thugs traced their origin to seven Muslim tribes, Hindus appear to have been associated with them at an early period. They were first mentioned in Ẓiyā-ud-Dīn Baranī’s History of Fīrūz Shāh dated around 1356.

The Thugs would join travelers and gain their confidence. This would allow them to then surprise and strangle their victims by pulling a handkerchief or noose tight around their necks. They would then rob their victims of valuables and bury their bodies. This led them to also be called Phansigar (English: using a noose), a term more commonly used in southern India. The term Thuggee is derived from the Hindi word ठग, or ṭhag, which means “deceiver”. Related words are the verb thugna, “to deceive”, from Sanskrit स्थग sthagacunning, sly, fraudulent“, from स्थगति sthagati “he conceals”. This term for a particular kind of murder and robbery of travellers is popular in South Asia and particularly in India.

lees simpelweg de Wikipedia pagina over hun werkwijze (link). 

In de koloniale tijd heeft Engeland de Thuggee cultuur in India bestreden. Sindsdien zijn de Engelsen zeer goed op de hoogte van de werkwijze van die genootschappen.

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Ook in Nederland vinden er veel stille berovingen, verkrachtingen en moorden plaats. Daar merkt u helemaal niets van. Waarom niet? Omdat medeburgers, ambtenaren en media helpen in de cover-up van misdaden, die de gemiddelde burger ondenkbaar acht. 

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