A popular joke on Indian social media is that Greta Thunberg should feature in next year’s Padma awards list, in recognition of her unparalleled efforts to expose a multimillion-dollar international conspiracy to besmirch India’s name. Even if done mistakenly, one tweet by Greta Thunberg has worked wonders in turning the tables on the international cabal working overtime to defame India. A Google Toolkit shared by the climate vigilante has made the entire coterie of anti-India specimens run around like headless chickens, not knowing how to respond to very basic, yet tough questions being asked by Indians.
Questions like – how much money are the celebrities, activists, journalists and ‘influencers’ being paid to speak up in support of the ‘farmers’ and whether they know even the most basic of details behind the misinformed protests which are being held against the liberalisation and unshackling of India’s agricultural sector. The fundamental premise on which the fake and motivated farmers’ protests are being marketed internationally is that a devilish Modi government, backed by big corporate houses is all set to snatch agriculutural land and push the farmers to starvation.
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Informed and sane citizens of India know these profound assertions to be nothing more than lies. We also know that the farmers camping on the borders of Delhi have all been lied to, and convinced that their very livelihoods are being played with by the Modi government. Mind you, those camping on the borders of Delhi are all benefactors of a rusty and dilapidated socialist system, which has successfully contained Indian agriculture to zamindaari, subsidies, free electricity and massive pollution. Incidentally, international celebrities are speaking in favour of the same socialist system which has, for decades, inhibited the growth and economic flourishment of India’s farmers.
India is a country which has seen first hand the gigantic benefits of reforms. As such, Indians are a people who have been wanting reforms in every sector. The Modi government rode to power on the ‘Minimum government, Maximum governance’ promise, a continuation of the BJP’s legacy idea of government having no business being in business. As such, agriculture reforms were not a question of whether they will be executed, but simply of when the Modi government decides to liberalise the country’s farmers from the shackles which for decades have resulted in nothing more than their economic impoverishment.
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Therefore, when the Modi government decides to push forwards the said reforms, which can revolutionise the country’s agricultural sector, Indians are simply not in the mood of taking lectures from Hollywood has-beens, ex-porn stars and inconsequential influencers who know nothing about agriculture, leave alone the reforms in question. So, when Greta Thunberg mistakenly uploaded the conspiracy toolkit on Twitter, intricately describing how an international campaign is being waged against India, the people of Bharat arose as one, and took to thrashing the living daylights out of the conspirators and their stooges.
The international campaign has been discredited. Khalistani organisations have been caught playing a pivotal role in the planning of such a campaign. Celebrities have been caught copy-pasting suggested posts from the toolkit and tweeting them verbatim. How did Indians find this out? Due to a united front being mounted against international conspirators, and drawing the line. There are limits to which Indians will tolerate the derision of their country and its democratically-elected majority government. Anyone crossing that line will be dealt with in a manner deemed fit by Indians.
Greta Thunberg, for instance, is not answering some basic questions which are being asked by the united front of Indians, who got under one umbrella solely because the eco-fascist took to sharing the toolkit on Twitter. Thunberg says that she is not scared of standing with the farmers who are protesting. But is Thunberg also willing to compromise on her core ideology? Because those who are protesting on the borders of Delhi are demanding a free pass to burn stubble and pollute the air. They are also determined to continue sowing unfeasible crops which obliterate the water table and lead to desertification. These are all points for Greta to ponder upon. As for us Indians, we couldn’t thank her enough for uniting and making us work towards a common cause – that of defeating the sinister designs of anti-India forces across the world.