While Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sishodia has shot into the public limelight, Anna Hazare disappeared into the background. Kiran Bedi appears completely disappeared. But the surprise was Yogendra Yadav emerging as Kejriwal's ideologue and spokesman.If Pranab Roy is the father of psephology in the country, Yogendra Yadav could possibly the man who could match Roy's calibre as a Psephologist. The rest are really charlatans - pretenders to the throne. Roy and Yadav remains the only one in India that have scored a bullseye in poll forecasting, in real sense of the word. Roy forecasted the Rajiv wave, predicting the Congress seat number bang on while Yogendra Yadav predicted Rajiv Gandhi's defeat, getting the Congress seat number bang-on. One of the reasons why both Roy and Yogendra Yadav had been a class apart as psephologists is that they are cerebral creatures and very sharp political analysts. Yogendra Yadav's additional anthropological training perhaps gives him an additional edge to the pretender's psephologists who are mere statisticians or market researchers.I personally always respected Yogendra Yadav as both a Psephologist and a political analyst. But Yogendra Yadav seem to have thrown it all away by his associating with Kejriwal. His credibility has taken a huge hit and sometimes he gives this away appearing very sheepish, defending this association and justifying the antics of Kejriwal and his IAC groupies.Was he then forced to associate with Kejriwal and if so by whom? The whole Anna movement had been a conspiracy by a clutch of Ford Foundation funded NGO. Kejriwal himself is a Ford Foundation receipient through his NGO Kabir. It is a coincidence that Yogendra Yadav of Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, also called the CSDS is also a recipient of Ford Foundation funding under the same programme - Democracy & Governance of Ford Foundation. The same programme of Ford Foundation reportedly have been accused of funding the Arab Spring.CSDS is a premier institute of India in the social sciences and humanities. Its website says that "The CSDS is largely funded by the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR)."Lokniti, a Programme for Comparative Democracy is a research program of the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS), Delhi that seeks to engage with global debates on democracy by initiating empirically grounded theoretical interventions on democracy. Their website says "run as an autonomous research programme of the CSDS. Its activities are funded through various project grants."Both CSDS and Lokniti do not disclose neither their financials nor their donors. Yet, in the Ford Foundation website shows CSDS as a recipient of Ford Foundation $600,000.NGO activists are hypocritical. They demand the government, industry and private citizens to demonstrate greater transparency and accountability standards but they shun away from applying the same standards for their own organizations!