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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Kumar » Sat Jan 30, 2021 4:08 pm

FCI's debt news
https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/bus ... 010273.cms

Sidhu's allegation
https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/punja ... ate-198891

Is the government or BJP trying to counter these?

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Post by chetak » Sun Jan 31, 2021 4:03 pm

That is why they don't want a clause by clause discussion.

If they openly say 'withdraw Pan number clause', their game will be up.

this also means that heavyweight politicos, across political parties, are involved in this mess up to their fat necks


so, is this true


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Post by chetak » Mon Feb 01, 2021 11:53 am

The so called "farmers" protests and agitation, funded, led and gamed by the BIF has become a serious issue of national security with grave implications for internal security and a concerted attempt at destabilization followed by regime change


Delhi Riots to Republic Day Mahyem: Unravelling Plot to Trigger Arab Spring-Style Anarchy in India


Delhi Riots to Republic Day Mahyem: Unravelling Plot to Trigger Arab Spring-Style Anarchy in India


Those who could not defeat India in conventional wars, or through terrorism, may use mob as a weapon to trigger civil unrest to destroy India from within


JANUARY 31, 2021,
Pathikrit Payne

An old saying goes like this: ‘if something looks like a duck, swims like a duck and quacks like a duck, then it is probably a duck’. The telltale signs of striking similarity between the Republic Day riots and mayhem unleashed in the heart of Delhi by so-called farm law protestors, the anti-CAA riots that took place in the same city last year, as well as the Arab Spring violence that triggered civil wars in several states of the Middle East, are too profound to ignore.

This perhaps brings to the fore the fundamental issue of whether the anarchic violence that Delhi faced, not once but twice in the last one year, were disparate incidents of attempted civil unrest orchestrated by a bunch of rogue elements or whether there is a bigger conspiracy to pin down, cripple and debilitate India from within.

ASPIRATIONAL INDIA CAN RATTLE MANY

A country with 1.3 billion-strong population, reasonably replete with natural and human resources, forex reserves at estimated $584-billion, one of the largest armed forces, and with the potential to become a $10-trillion economy by 2030-32, is not just another country. It is a force to reckon with, and is a competition for many. However, many of India’s adversaries, both in the neighbourhood and beyond, have realized that India cannot be defeated in conventional wars or through terrorism. Not that those have not been tried. On the contrary, no opportunity has been spared to devastate India through terrorism or through attempts of waging wars against it. Yet, both these efforts by India’s adversaries only resulted in galvanizing the nation even more profoundly.

This is where the newer hybrid version of war was perhaps conceived and unleashed on India, and for which, the Arab Spring was the template that was put into execution ‘to bleed India through a thousand cuts’.

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OPENING A NEW FRONT AGAINST INDIA

The Balakot airstrike altered the threshold of India’s counter-terror response mechanism forever. It made Pakistan realize very clearly that henceforth, there would be severe punitive actions that the deep state of Pakistan would have to bear for hatching any more of 26/11- or Pulwama-type terror attacks. With full-fledged war against India out of question for decades now, and India’s counter-infiltration grid in Kashmir making it extremely difficult for Pakistan to cause any more upheaval there, Rawalpindi, and perhaps its masters in Beijing have been desperate to open a new front against India. For them, Kashmir is almost a lost case with increasing possibilities of diminishing returns.

If raising the Khalistan bogey in Punjab with support from expatriate Khalistani supporters was one of the options, the other invariably was to support every protest in India, and act as a catalyst to trigger civil unrests by latching on to issues and helping rabble-rousers through incessant disinformation campaigns to fuel riots and mayhem within India, where unfortunately, civilian protestors themselves would become the weapons of devastation to be used against the state.

THE ARAB SPRING TEMPLATE

If in 2020, it was the anti-CAA protests that were turned into destructive riots in the heart of India’s capital during the visit of US President Donald Trump, through an overwhelming disinformation campaign, the same template was put into action during the recent protest over farm laws on Republic Day, where too a set of most obnoxious fake information was circulated to create a panic situation surrounding some much-needed and extremely reasonable agriculture market reforms. On both occasions, days of riots were chosen carefully to get maximum global attention.

A dangerous cocktail of anti-government sentiments, created deliberately through sustained disinformation dissemination, radical religious ideologies, and organized mob violence, was used to unleash mayhem in India’s capital, much like it happened in Syria during the Arab Spring violence, to create a spectre of anarchy to not just shame the nation and symbols of its sovereignty, but to make every attempt to provoke the security agencies so that they fire incessantly in retaliation, which would result in fatalities.

For the anarchists, rabble-rousers, and their masterminds, the next plan was to ferry around those dead bodies, in case bullets were fired by the police, in funeral processions amidst war cries to create deep revulsion against the Government of India. The farm bill protest was a mere tool. The real objective was to cripple India from within through anarchy and then make it implode from within. Both the anti-CAA riots and the Republic Day riots were aimed at provoking violent retribution by law enforcement agencies, which then could be used as a justification (sic!!) to fuel more riots and make calls for global action or sanctions against India. That, perhaps, was what had been planned by the anarchists while taking cue from the Syrian Arab Spring template that resulted in a devastating civil war aided most generously by external elements to make sure that the country is destroyed from within.

But unlike Bashar al-Assad’s Syrian Army that fired at the violent mobs on rampage, and which gave justification for the anarchists in Syria to create the Free Syrian Army to wage an outright war, Modi government did not take the bait, neither in 2020 nor in 2021. That perhaps is the biggest regret of the anarchists, some of whom are now cribbing as to why the security forces did not fire in retaliation in order to control the violent rioters. In hindsight, it is their frustration speaking, because not only the Republic Day rampage made them lose the general public support but also made it clear that the farm issue is just a ploy for most of the rioters and anarchists out there shedding crocodile tears for farmers.

UNMASKING THE PLAYERS

If in 2020, the Popular Front of India (PFI) was under the scanner for its alleged role in funding of the anti-CAA riots, in the 2021 Republic Day rampage, the role of Khalistani organizations and the Communists is now out of the closet. In November 2020, the Khalistani organizations had planned the Referendum 2020 to gauge the global support for a separate Khalistani state among expatriate Sikh population. It was always an open secret that Pakistan’s deep state and the ISI were looking forward to it.

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Surprisingly, the demand for a separate Khalistan in the Referendum 2020 agenda never included the Pakistani part of Punjab. However, plans for Referendum 2020 in general, and the demand for Khalistan, never got much traction in Punjab, barring some fringe groups. In fact, the Khalistani groups had been pushed to the fringe. They were desperate for an issue to latch on to and unleash their own agenda, knowing well that they cannot draw support merely over the Khalistan issue. In the farm law protests centered around Punjab and Haryana, they found the perfect ‘beast of burden’ to piggyback on, to spew hatred and to plan their ruckus against the Indian state.

Much like the Khalistani groups, the Communist groups too have been reduced to irrelevance in India over the last decade because of their Jurassic-age ideologies and sheer lack of vision for India’s aspirational future. Yet, even as they have lost their popularity across the spectrum of India, among rural communities of Punjab, much like an oasis, their sway remains strong. Even as the funding came from the Khalistani supporters abroad, the ISI-backed elements played their part to amplify the decibel through social media, and the rural mobilization was done by the Communist organizations through a series of disinformation campaigns to instill fear among the farming community. One has to remember that the no one in India has mastered the art of violent mobilization for destructive causes like the Communists. Communists in Bengal have to their credit the closure of more than 58,000 factories through violent militant trade unionism and organized rampage of factory premises, all in the name of labour welfare, during their 34 years of misrule there.

SHADOW-BOXING FOR RIOT MASTERMINDS

Meanwhile, even as this siege of Delhi and rampage on the Republic Day happened, shadow-boxing for riot masterminds was being done in India by those in the political arena who have been desperate to corner the Modi government and have found it terribly hard to pin it down electorally in the last six years.

In a country where a miniscule fraction of rich farmers, commission agents and middlemen have run Indian agriculture sector in a feudalistic manner for decades, and deprived more than 85 per cent of India’s farmers the choice of market freedom that resulted in hundreds of thousands of farmers committing suicide over the last few decades, sadly, a large section of India’s opposition political parties and even a section of media have found it more convenient to support those who want such monopolistic practices to continue than to be the voice of hundreds of millions of small farmers who would genuinely benefit from the new farm laws that would also unchain them from the stranglehold of the feudal farm lords and commission agents.

RESILIENT INDIA IS NOT SYRIA

It is true that India is not Syria and India’s resilience as a nation is unmatched. That is why neither the anti-CAA riots nor the Republic Day rampage got any support from the people of India. However, even though the rioters may have been shamed and cornered, they are still around, lurking in the hideouts and waiting for the next opportunity to spread mayhem. It is also true that India’s security agencies have shown tremendous restraint, be it during the Shaheen Bagh blockade, the anti-CAA riots or the rampage on Republic Day. The self-imposed restraint did take away from the anarchists the opportunity to take their conspiracy to the next level of nationwide violence, projecting the Government of India as ‘brutal’ and calling for international intervention to oust a democratically elected government, as it happened in Syria, followed by a civil war.

A PLAN TO DERAIL INVESTMENTS

It is not that no damage has been done to India through these riots. From planned destruction of thousands of mobile towers to destruction of public properties in Delhi, to storming of Red Fort, to siege of Delhi and a concerted attempt to defame and vilify India’s top corporate houses, each of these acts of anarchy did get covered in media across the world. One has to realize that one of the key objectives of the anarchists and those with vested interests is to project India in such a manner that major investments don’t land here. In other words, there is a concerted attempt to defame India as an investment destination, especially when major efforts are being made by the Government of India to project India as a global manufacturing hub and offer India as a safe destination for investments to organizations who have been keen to shift their production base from China to India.

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Also, barely recovering from the pandemic-related crisis, the siege of major arterial routes of Delhi by protestors has already led to Delhi-based business entities suffering losses estimated at over Rs 50,000 crore, which can literally force closure of many factories if the siege continues. And, this is exactly what India’s adversaries want.

A TEMPLATE FOR PUNITIVE ACTION

Therefore, while the Indian security agencies and the Government of India have shown tremendous restraint in the face of provocative violence, in order to prevent fatalities which can trigger a fresh cycle of violence, it also has to be kept in mind that India’s patience should not be misconstrued as its weakness. For a country which has successfully countered all kinds of misadventures of Pakistan and China, it has to show a similar resolve, and not just composure, to deal ruthlessly with anarchists and rabble-rousers, if push comes to shove. India therefore needs a new set of laws, which would stringently prohibit blockade of national highways or major arterial routes connecting cities, and would make rioters, and their family members pay for the damages caused to public properties or critical infrastructure. Unless exemplary punitive action is not taken, this template of mob violence, that has been witnessed not just in Delhi but in the US too, can set a dangerous precedent, only to be repeated often by vested interests to paralyse policymaking and economic activities in India.

This is a new dimension of conflict against which tanks and fighter aircraft cannot be deployed. India would have to ruthlessly deal with it in other ways and make sure that its aspiration of becoming a $10-trillion economy by 2030-32 is not derailed by a bunch of rabble-rousers and their plot to create an Arab Spring-type of anarchy to destroy India from within.

Disclaimer:The author is a geopolitical analyst. Views expressed are personal.

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Be It Farmers Protest, Covid Deaths or Vaccine Drive, Global Media’s Shrill Headlines Fail the Credibility Test

Be It Farmers Protest, Covid Deaths or Vaccine Drive, Global Media’s Shrill Headlines Fail the Credibility Test

An out-of-touch global media, suffering from a colonial hangover, should mend their ways or risk irrelevance.


JANUARY 28, 2021,
Abhishek Banerjee

“Angry farmers storm India’s Red Fort in challenge to Modi,” screams The Washington Post. A ‘challenge’? Is that the word we should be looking for? What is it called when a group of people storm a place in order to challenge a legitimately elected government? The Washington Post knows it well. They just used the term ‘insurrection’ for what happened at the US Capitol on January 6. They even had a scholarly debate of sorts on whether the storming of Capitol Hill should be called an attempted coup or an insurrection. But when it came to the storming of India’s Red Fort, The Washington Post held their fire. They even followed it up with an opinion piece on ‘Why Modi won’t listen to India’s farmers’.

That’s the privileged Western gaze. When it comes to the so-called third world, they do not acknowledge the legitimacy of any government. All votes are not created equal. Their democracy is sacred, ours is not.

From the pandemic to the storming of India’s Red Fort, the privileged Western gaze has been a feature of almost all reporting about India in global media. And like any good old-fashioned prejudice, they appear determined to stand by it to the bitter end. They are willing to remain ignorant, lose their own credibility and ignore the plight of common people in their own country.


AN ATTEMPT TO DEMONISE INDIA

Last week, Joe Biden, the newly inaugurated President of the United States, addressed his nation with the words: “there’s nothing we can do to change the trajectory of the pandemic in the next several months.” He went on to add that 400,000 Americans had died so far from Covid-19 and the death toll was likely to go past 600,000.

These grim words from the President barely registered in the consciousness of the American media. Over at The New York Times, they did a deep dive into the positive symbolism of Biden’s designer suit, his Rolex watch and everything else. Then, they repeated this analysis for everyone who took oath at the ceremony and whoever came with them. What about the fact that 200,000 Americans are expected to die of Covid-19 in the next few months? Not just in America, all of Western media swept it under the carpet, as if it were nothing.

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This cavalier attitude of the Western media (which often doubles up as ‘global’ media) raises several questions. For over a year now, these publications have second-guessed, heckled and ridiculed every aspect of India’s coronavirus fight. If the President of the world’s richest and most powerful nation can write off 200,000 additional Covid deaths just like that, what explains the tone they took with India? Recently, Forbes spoke to 35 “experts” on India’s response to the pandemic. None of them appeared to have a good word to say about our government.

This, despite the fact that while our system was stretched, it never collapsed. Death counts stayed low in proportion to population. The economy bounced back sharply after the lockdown and India is now predicted to be the fastest growing economy in 2021. At the same time, India developed a vaccine on its own. As of now, we are not just running the world’s biggest vaccination programme, we are also churning out vaccines for the whole world. And, providing the vaccine for free to less-developed neighbours.

Forget a word of appreciation for our efforts and our large heart. The global media doesn’t just criticize us; they actively demonize us. They now say India is using the pandemic to squeeze people in Kashmir.

Let us quickly recap. First, they said India is not testing enough. When India began testing on a scale unmatched anywhere in the world, they said we were still behind, doing too few tests per million. But they reported cases and deaths in total numbers and not as a proportion of population. This always made India appear among the worst-affected in the world.

RUNNING DOWN VACCINATION DRIVE

Then, there was the lockdown. The economic misery that came with it, the sharp GDP drop, were all covered in gory detail. When the lockdown was being lifted, they said it was too early. The New York Times came up with the sharp headline that India’s pandemic was now the fastest growing in the world. But cases slowed soon after. Within weeks, there was a second wave in most European countries and their case numbers began growing at a much faster rate than ours. Did The New York Times put out a hostile headline about that? Of course not.

The BBC decided to put boots on the ground. In April 2020, they went ‘reporting’ in Mumbai and other cities to collect anecdotal evidence that India was under-counting both cases and deaths. Clearly, the BBC could not understand that with India’s massive population, there is no way for it to systematically under-count deaths and get away with it. Otherwise, with a curve that grows exponentially, the streets would be full of dead bodies in no time.

Meanwhile, medical staff in Europe and the US were reduced to wearing garbage bags in place of PPE kits, New York had to dig trenches for mass burials, but the BBC had its eyes only on India. Also, trust the BBC to bring the religion angle into how the poor in a country fared during the pandemic.

“The spirit of generosity is firmly hardwired into Pakistan’s DNA. .... Furthermore, according to Rizwan Hussain, author of The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World, “Pakistan is the only country to have been established in the name of Islam,” and this devout spirituality is reflected in its laws.”


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But India continued to soldier on. The economy began showing signs of revival. The Q2 GDP data showed clearly that the worst was over. The cash transfers to the poorest were small, but along with foodgrain distribution, just enough to help them tide over the crisis. We achieved this with a digital payment and distribution network that reaches even the last person in line. And India emerged from the worst of the crisis without breaking government finances.

Finally, the vaccine. The global media has fully tried to run down both India’s vaccines and vaccination programme. They could have served the cause of humanity much better by investigating how the Chinese government hid the pandemic in the first days and plunged the world into crisis. But their focus remains on the soft-target democracy, which produces vaccines for the whole world.

On March 13 last year, the UK-based newspaper The Independent published an alarming headline about the “horror story of virus mismanagement” in India. They were reporting on India’s first confirmed Covid death. At that time, the death toll in India stood at one while countries such as Italy were averaging over a hundred deaths each day. You can’t miss the barely concealed, morbid undertone in the headline. Why aren’t more Indians dying?

AN OUT-OF-TOUCH GROUP?

Ironically, the Western media and their editors, who are all fluent in the language of global liberalism, should have been the first to recognize this phenomenon for what it is: privilege. Or racism, if you want to put it more crudely. As a country of brown people, we are treated as permanently suspect. All our faults are magnified to an extreme degree. They give a wide berth to themselves, but not to us. And if India seems to be doing better than expected, they get obsessed with trashing us.

This is sad. I do not know of any Indian who ever wishes death and destruction on any Western country. We mourn when they suffer natural disasters or terrorist attacks. We see them as friendly democracies. Why is it so hard for the media in Western countries to return the favour?

We could have been bitter and resentful about the colonial past. We choose not to.

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Now, it may feel like I am pouring out a sense of hurt and anguish at a biased global media that refuses to give us our due. Partly, yes. But I am also doing them a favour. I am telling them that the only way they can save their credibility is by getting rid of their prejudice against India.

Because reality waits for nobody, least of all a group of people who are out of touch, hopelessly stuck with a 19th century colonial worldview. Recently, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development tweeted that India and China were the only major economies to see FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) growth in 2020. FDI into China grew by 4 per cent while it grew by 13 per cent for India, year-on-year, which is the highest in the world. Investors who have real skin in the game are voting with their dollars. And they have started to ignore what the ‘global’ media says about India. The ‘global’ media can either mend their ways or become a laughing stock. The choice is theirs.


Disclaimer:The writer is a mathematician, columnist and author. Views expressed are personal.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by crams » Tue Feb 02, 2021 2:31 am

I was watching a good Sunday discussion on Republic, and for once it was sober and watchable:

https://www.republicworld.com/shows/sun ... with-arnab

Everybody, from Ambassador Parthasarathy, to Sushant Sareen, to Gen. Bakshi made good points on how opposition has turned 'dissent' into anarchy and saboteurs against the Indian state. Sushant Sareen made the excellent point that its no point calling out TSP's perfidy when you jolly well had the intelligence and did nothing about it. For sure, Pakis must be laughing their asses off seeing India so traumatized by these bogus farmer protests which they (Pakis) have cashed in on.

But one thing I think its high time both Indian media, Indian govt theory MEA and us ordinary folks need to hammer away is that their entire anti-India discourse is because of Hindu hatred. I mean everybody knows this, but somehow us Hindu elites are loath to admit that contempt towards our religion, our belief system is what drives all the agenda against us. Maybe we think we transcend this attitude towards us. But just as Islamists have made any association of Islam with terror acts (even thought they are committed in the name of Islam) as politically incorrect, so also Hindus need to shame those who demonize us. It should reflect in the manner in which we respond to attacks against us, be it op-ed in white newspapers, be it Indian opposition tantrums, whatever. Its is Hindu hatred that drives all of this.

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CRamS, please check PM

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Post by Muns » Wed Feb 03, 2021 7:35 am

crams wrote:
Tue Feb 02, 2021 2:31 am
I was watching a good Sunday discussion on Republic, and for once it was sober and watchable:

https://www.republicworld.com/shows/sun ... with-arnab

Everybody, from Ambassador Parthasarathy, to Sushant Sareen, to Gen. Bakshi made good points on how opposition has turned 'dissent' into anarchy and saboteurs against the Indian state. Sushant Sareen made the excellent point that its no point calling out TSP's perfidy when you jolly well had the intelligence and did nothing about it. For sure, Pakis must be laughing their asses off seeing India so traumatized by these bogus farmer protests which they (Pakis) have cashed in on.

But one thing I think its high time both Indian media, Indian govt theory MEA and us ordinary folks need to hammer away is that their entire anti-India discourse is because of Hindu hatred. I mean everybody knows this, but somehow us Hindu elites are loath to admit that contempt towards our religion, our belief system is what drives all the agenda against us. Maybe we think we transcend this attitude towards us. But just as Islamists have made any association of Islam with terror acts (even thought they are committed in the name of Islam) as politically incorrect, so also Hindus need to shame those who demonize us. It should reflect in the manner in which we respond to attacks against us, be it op-ed in white newspapers, be it Indian opposition tantrums, whatever. Its is Hindu hatred that drives all of this.
I agree CRamS, I think that in this one aspect this is where all of the Abraham it religion’s unite in their long-standing battle against native religions of other countries. While they all have the huge history of trying to decimate each other their zeal to completely conquer native religions is unprecedented, for millennial violence it has unleashed. While the Jewish tradition now I feel is but a minority I would not be too surprised if they held numbers like Christianity or Islam whether they would not be part of the conversion triad as well.

What the Jewish have shown is that even as a minority nation as well as people, they respect themselves and take every chance to promote their historical battles as well as massacres and traditions. Traditions such as the burning of the temple by Romans or even the battle at Masada are well known.

However, any genocide that ever happened to Hindus is quickly buried and long forgotten. Any attempt to even discuss prior tragedies for massacres is to be an extremist BJP-RSS in the common discourse.
I think this needs to significantly change. Genocidal massacres of Hindus should be overtly talked about especially with regard to Islamic invasions, The Goan Inquisition and more recently genocide in Bangladesh during 1971 and the ethnic cleansing of Kashmiri Pandit’s.

In any case these kinds of stories should be ingrained into the younger generation to never forget. Recently Saurabh as well as our editor Lakshmi visited one of these genocide talks on 1971 which had eminent personalities including Françoise Gautier. I leave it to him to post some videos of the event.

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Post by chetak » Thu Feb 04, 2021 7:08 am

The Modi govt had reacted very soberly to the anarchy that took place on the 26th of jan.

There is now hard and incontrovertible evidence that there is a globally coordinated conspiracy that has been in play, perhaps from the shaheenbagh days .

No one would have believed the govt's word of such a conspiracy, had the rihanna tweet (drafted in january) and the thunberg fiasco regarding the revelation of international efforts to destabilize and foment an arab spring sort of revolution in India not happened.

If there had been significant fatal casualties during the jan 26 "farmer's visit" as fervently desired by these conspirators, one can only imagine the scale of condemnation that would have erupted against the "facist" Modi govt curated by the global alliance against the rise of India as well as the BIF tukde tukde gangs which would have gone to town in levelling wild accusations against Modi, RSS, ambani, adani and the Hindu's in general.

This global alliance has also targeted ambain and adani specifically.

Things that were earlier apparently "unconnected" are now falling into place as more of the conspiracy and its shadowy backers get exposed and their presstitutes in India are revealed

Document shared by climate activist Greta Thunberg reveals the global campaign to stir unrest in India began before Republic Day riots and can be downloaded from many places on the net though desperate efforts have been made by the conspirators to delete these documents

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Scroll, The Wire, Alt News, newslaundry etc who were defending Rihanna saying she didn't do a paid tweet themselves turned out to be working on the payroll of the same people who made Rihanna tweet. Small world.

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Post by chetak » Thu Feb 04, 2021 8:53 am

some of the local presstitutes exposed by greta thunberg


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and actions called for, see point 6 and 8 particularly


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Post by chetak » Thu Feb 04, 2021 2:32 pm

in the meantime, we should not forget our organically grown dara hua, Popular Front of India (PFI) pasand musalman who almost became the president of India

baboo ho tho aisa. :mrgreen:

Aman Chopra has roasted this slimeball like a masala papad



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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Kumar » Thu Feb 04, 2021 3:20 pm

Although I am not a big fan of this guy, he is saying the truth. Government's inaction last two months is looking more and more like stupidity than any complicated chankya thanthra.

You didn’t act when they blockaded Delhi
You didn’t act when they uprooted telecom towers
You didn’t act when they desecrated the flag
You didn’t act when they attacked Delhi on republic day
https://twitter.com/Iyervval/status/1357184281722904576

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Post by chetak » Thu Feb 04, 2021 5:14 pm

Kumar wrote:
Thu Feb 04, 2021 3:20 pm
Although I am not a big fan of this guy, he is saying the truth. Government's inaction last two months is looking more and more like stupidity than any complicated chankya thanthra.

You didn’t act when they blockaded Delhi
You didn’t act when they uprooted telecom towers
You didn’t act when they desecrated the flag
You didn’t act when they attacked Delhi on republic day
https://twitter.com/Iyervval/status/1357184281722904576
they were waiting for the govt to react and the govt did not

if the govt had reacted on 26 jan to the attack, modi would have been a dead duck by now, reviled and abused by the global lefty media and the conspirators wanted something like an arab spring, hopefully followed by destabilization and a regime change.

they know now electoral means can not dislodge that modi so the new ploy

did you not read the thunberg cache of documents that has revealed in detail what they were doing since nov 2020 to destabilize the Modi govt and jan 26 was the assault that was designed to bring the modi govt to its knees.

BTW, iyerwal basically trained as a cook. strategic issues are beyond him and BS can only get him so far.

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Post by chetak » Thu Feb 04, 2021 5:19 pm

this tweet was made by the kerala congress and it is directly from the thunberg playbook and it is dated the 18 of Jan

they have deleted this tweet and a govt investigation is ongoing as to how the pappu congis in kerala did this on the 18 and how much of coordination there was with the BIF

that the congis are neck deep in the conspiracy is without any shred of doubt


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Post by Kumar » Thu Feb 04, 2021 6:04 pm

Learning from CAA situation last year, government should have tried in December itself to control and suppress without letting it grow. There are many tactics they could have used then. State governments all over India handle agitations all the time without anybody getting killed.

Thanks to Thunberg accidental mistake, wind is blowing back. Atleast now, government should not be in defensive and use all the means in its hands to stop this.
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they were waiting for the govt to react and the govt did not


did you not read the thunberg cache of documents that has revealed in detail what they were doing since nov 2020 to destabilize the Modi govt and jan 26 was the assault that was designed to bring the modi govt to its knees.

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Post by chetak » Thu Feb 04, 2021 7:28 pm

Kumar wrote:
Thu Feb 04, 2021 6:04 pm
Learning from CAA situation last year, government should have tried in December itself to control and suppress without letting it grow. There are many tactics they could have used then. State governments all over India handle agitations all the time without anybody getting killed.

Thanks to Thunberg accidental mistake, wind is blowing back. Atleast now, government should not be in defensive and use all the means in its hands to stop this.
chetak wrote:
Thu Feb 04, 2021 5:14 pm

they were waiting for the govt to react and the govt did not


did you not read the thunberg cache of documents that has revealed in detail what they were doing since nov 2020 to destabilize the Modi govt and jan 26 was the assault that was designed to bring the modi govt to its knees.
look at what the kerala congis did on the 18th of jan, well before the plan was leaked

they had the greta tookit and used it, then they later panicked and deleted the tweet


greta ke tool kit se uthaya aur chhap diya: word by word.

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re the thunberg revealed plan, they were ready maybe even before november and so the govt just waited because of inputs from the IB.

any violent clash between the farmers and the govt would have set in motion the already readied backlash

now, the tables have turned but ONLY the support in India has reduced very much but the BIF still supports the "farmers" and will move very swiftly to defame Modi and India worldwide in case any violence breaks out resulting in deaths of "farmers" or even the aam aadmi public.

If this doesn't work out they will be back for another well planned strike against Modi and India.

shaheenbagh was strike no 1

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Post by Aditya » Fri Feb 05, 2021 4:13 am

Sorry posting so late because of some technical problems. situation is in control with the police and military people now this protest is become a political protest as we all know in 2022 there is election in Uttar Pradesh. And we know Rakesh Tikait already been lost for two times now he is trying to get support from the other parties as well as he want to play caste card here.


Locals has submitted complaints about these so called farmers that they are teasing their women's they are trying to see them and commenting on them now locals has been fed up with this so-called protest they want to remove them in Rewari people has taken the action and they have removed them from the roads in my area there was a huge traffic jam of two hours because of these farmers but now villagers has come out and they have said that they don't want them and they have been removed by them.

Government is really tough to taking their actions but the political parties and the and the people like Kejriwal is really helping them he is sending them the water tankers portaloos and other things as well he is available in them everything whatever they want.

He has taken an action on the forces also he has removed DTC Bus so that the countries on the time whenever the violence will happen.

Media is also not covering them now because all laws if they are going to give them publicity they are going to collect more and more farmers so called farmers so let us wait for tomorrow tomorrow is the sixth fab and they have decided to do this protest on another level may be some another Khalistani angle and Pakistani angle will come out government is working for that but local people are really fed up with this protest and they really want what these guys should remove from the protesting sites













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Saurabh, what is the latest ground situation.

Looks like there is a well thought out plan to thwart any move the govt makes with a counter move.

Yesterday, post Khalistani terror in Delhi, it looked like farmer protest will collapse like nine pins. And ModiJi/YogiJi/Shah combine will clean up the protest sites.

But within 24 hours, the protest seems to have gathered a massive heft. And the break-India forces seem to have changed strategy from Sikhs Vs Indian govt to now Jats Vs Indan govt. The potency of the counter move can be gauged from how the police after some initial aggression have gone soft.

My own opinion is these new protestors coming in from UP are not as well funded as the Khalistani protestors. So with the cold temperatures and harsh conditions, I doubt these guys camp for a long time.

But that said, instead of force which can be counter productive, govt should reject any bogus talks. Its a waste of time. Just ask the farmers for written demand clause by clause on what amendments they are seeking. And govt must at the outset reject this 'repeal the laws' demand.

Astonishing that after such an orgy of terror unleashed by Khalistanis, not a single libarandu, not a single so called 'intellectual', and dare I say vast majority of Sikhs don't feel one bit ashamed or remorseful or sorry. Instead they continue to make brazen demands to the govt. And I just shudder to think that had police opened fire and killed even a few Khalistanis, what the avalanche of abuse and demonization would have been directed at ModiJi. The entire ecosystem was waiting for that.

Finally, Saurabh, how strong is the counter mobilization. Yesterday there were reports that locals have also gathered steam and started demanding that the protestors leave. How strong is that?

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Post by Aditya » Fri Feb 05, 2021 4:15 am

It is really strange that a porn star is commenting on farmers protest yeah Mia Khalifa has tweeted on farmers protest she doesn't even know about the farming. Rihanna so called singer she charges about three crores for a tweet Mia Khalifa she charges for the tweets even the other protesters who were tweeting this they are charging very high amount now the question is if this is a farmer protest where is the money is coming is Khalistanis are supporting them or the people who are living in the Canada have so much money to spend on them I think Government should take some action on this because these guys are trying to humiliate the international image of India.

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Post by chetak » Fri Feb 05, 2021 12:30 pm

saurabh wrote:
Fri Feb 05, 2021 4:15 am
It is really strange that a porn star is commenting on farmers protest yeah Mia Khalifa has tweeted on farmers protest she doesn't even know about the farming. Rihanna so called singer she charges about three crores for a tweet Mia Khalifa she charges for the tweets even the other protesters who were tweeting this they are charging very high amount now the question is if this is a farmer protest where is the money is coming is Khalistanis are supporting them or the people who are living in the Canada have so much money to spend on them I think Government should take some action on this because these guys are trying to humiliate the international image of India.
rihana was paid $2.5 million (18 croresI NR approx) for her tweet by the khalistanis.

the khalistanis have also paid off mia and a host of others. One guy has apologized publicly for tweeting on a topic that he knew nothing about and admitted as much in his apology tweet

there is some very big game in play that seems to be slowly fizzling out.

the next round will start soon enough

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Post by chetak » Fri Feb 05, 2021 2:33 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejGEojBwzuE


A pro-Khalistani group leader has been caught on camera admitting to fuelling the farmers’ protests against the farm laws. ‘If the farm bills get repealed tomorrow, that is not a victory for us. This battle begins with the repeal of the farm bills,’ Mo Dhaliwal the founder of Poetic Justice Foundation is heard saying on camera.





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A pro-Khalistani group leader has been caught on camera admitting to fuelling the farmers’ protests against the farm laws. ‘If the farm bills get repealed tomorrow, that is not a victory for us. This battle begins with the repeal of the farm bills,’ Mo Dhaliwal the founder of Poetic Justice Foundation is heard saying on camera. He further goes on to add that even though people are carrying different flags, they are all part of the same large movement. Mo Dhaliwal is also reportedly the creator of the toolkit tweeted by activist Greta Thunberg. Authorities in India have repeatedly warned of the presence of Khalistani groups in the protests organised by farmers. Watch the full video for all the details

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Post by chetak » Sat Feb 06, 2021 3:54 pm

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Post by Aditya » Sun Feb 07, 2021 4:05 am

You are right last day was flop for them no national coverage and also police has done a great job. Lets see how they are going to their next publicity stunt.






chetak wrote:
Fri Feb 05, 2021 12:30 pm
saurabh wrote:
Fri Feb 05, 2021 4:15 am
It is really strange that a porn star is commenting on farmers protest yeah Mia Khalifa has tweeted on farmers protest she doesn't even know about the farming. Rihanna so called singer she charges about three crores for a tweet Mia Khalifa she charges for the tweets even the other protesters who were tweeting this they are charging very high amount now the question is if this is a farmer protest where is the money is coming is Khalistanis are supporting them or the people who are living in the Canada have so much money to spend on them I think Government should take some action on this because these guys are trying to humiliate the international image of India.
rihana was paid $2.5 million (18 croresI NR approx) for her tweet by the khalistanis.

the khalistanis have also paid off mia and a host of others. One guy has apologized publicly for tweeting on a topic that he knew nothing about and admitted as much in his apology tweet

there is some very big game in play that seems to be slowly fizzling out.

the next round will start soon enough

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Post by Aditya » Sun Feb 07, 2021 4:09 am

So called special community is killing Hindus and making videos to show others that they can do anything they want see the video a Jat boy got killed by special community video recorded


I must say watch this
https://twitter.com/RituRathaur/status/ ... 69153?s=20

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