Great Thunberg’s anti-India “toolkit” united an entire nation as the nefarious designs of the organisers of the farmers’ protests got exposed. The Khalistan angle becomes glaringly clear thanks to the toolkit. The toolkit also features some Indian names, who perhaps have some connection to the anti-India campaign.
A page of the now-deleted toolkit contained some of the accounts to tag and follow for those who are looking to voice their support to the farmers’ protests.
Some of the prominent Indian names that feature in the toolkit are Rahul Gandhi, Shashi Tharoor, Derek O’Brien, Barkha Dutt, Faye D’souza, Mohammed Zubair, Alt News, Saket Gokhale, new laundry, TheWire and Scroll to name a few.
So Greta Thunberg exposed Barkha, Faye Dsouza, Saket Ghokhale, Alt News, Wire, Newslaundry, Scroll… pic.twitter.com/H14vonDG7n
— Abhinav Khare (@iabhinavKhare) February 4, 2021
This eminent lot being featured in the anti-India toolkit seems concerning for India’s sovereignty. What’s worse is the fact that none of them has condemned the toolkit and distanced themselves from the same.
In their zeal to defame the Modi government, they have now become a part of an anti-India movement. While things aren’t clear about the exact connection of this eminent lot with the toolkit, scathing questions needed to be asked to this lot.
How does it feel to be working on a campaign with Khalistan supporters? Despite abundant knowledge in the public domain about the Khalistani angle, why has none of them distanced themselves from the toolkit? Does their stoic silence mean that this eminent lot were wilfully part of the anti-India campaign and were aware of the nefarious design beforehand?
It is no coincidence that the tweets and the articles of the aforementioned names in the toolkit like Rahul Gandhi, Barkha Dutt, Faye D’Souza, and others work overtime to tarnish the Modi government’s and subsequently, India’s image, so much so that Hitler’s Nazi Germany would look like a saint.
In Greta’s, now deleted toolkit, a website by the name of askindiawhy.com which is registered in the UK, finds a mention. This website is owned by Poetic Justice Foundation (PJF) which is a Canada based anti-Indian organisation linked to Sikhs For Justice (SFJ). For the uninitiated, SFJ is a Khalistani outfit, which had a key role to play in instigating the farmers’ protests and the desecration of the Red Fort on India’s Republic Day.
PJF, which on paper is an NGO, has its Instagram page filled with propaganda up to the brim. The organisation falsely claims that the Indian government is killing farmers and is filled with provocative posts and evidently, spent heavily on marketing for Republic Day. In fact, PJF also claimed that 26th January might lead to another Sikh genocide on the lines of 1984.
Apart from the rabid anti-Hindu content on PJF’s social media pages, the organisation also held a webinar on ‘Khalistan- The Sikh Freedom Struggle’. Prima facie there’s no doubt that PJF had a huge role to play in the events that took place on the Republic Day and brought huge shame to the entire country.
A quick look at the website of ‘Ask India Why’ reveals that PJF has nothing to do with the farmers. Its sole intention is projecting India as an oppressive nation as the website is filled with provocative headlines like “Why is India killing us?” Apart from spreading lies about Article 370 and CAA, the website also lists its demand for Sikh sovereignty on its agenda.
It is a matter of shame for India, that some of the prominent names like Rahul Gandhi, Barkha Dutt, Shashi Tharoor, and others have featured in an anti-India toolkit, which aims to threaten India’s sovereignty. This will pose a serious challenge for the Indian security apparatus as they now have to safeguard the nation from both internal and external threats.