In an explosive revelation that has stamped authority on our belief that the international campaign to defame India since the beginning of this month is a part of a multimillion-dollar project, India’s security agencies and high-level officials seem to have unearthed a massive international nexus, which is currently actively involved in besmirching the country’s name over the fake farmers’ protest. According to a report by ThePrint, the incriminatory Google toolkit which was mistakenly uploaded by eco-fascist Greta Thunberg was allegedly “fed to her” as part of a “larger conspiracy to create disharmony”.
Sources in the security establishment of India told ThePrint that Canada-based organisation Poetic Justice Foundation (PJF) played a “vital role” in “starting a global campaign”, with backing from “political leaders and activists based out of Canada”. That’s not it. In fact, the Canada-based organisations, with links to MP Jagmeet Singh, have also played a big role in getting pop star Rihanna to tweet in support of the farmers’ protest.
To quote from the report, “The people that are on the radar of Indian agencies include Mo Dhaliwal, founder of the PJF and director of a PR firm named Skyrocket, Marina Patterson, who worked as a relationship manager with PR firms, Anita Lal, director of the Canada-based World Sikh Organisation, and co-founder of PJF, and Canadian parliamentarian Jagmeet Singh.” The report has also revealed that it was allegedly Skyrocket which paid $2.5 million to Rihanna to put out the tweet that she eventually did, which by the way, was an exact copy of a “suggested post” available in the toolkit.
Canadian MP Jagmeet Singh’s ‘friendliness’ with Rihanna is not entirely unknown. In a television programme in which he called the pop star ‘RiRi’, the man can be seen explaining enthusiastically how he got a follow back from her and how they have also been exchanging messages on Twitter.
Jagmeet Singh who is accused of terror funding praising & showing off his friendship with Rihanna
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’.
If the report is anything to go by, it becomes abundantly clear that the entire campaign to defame India globally is a paid one, from which Rihanna allegedly earned a whopping Rs. 18 crores. This is not particularly surprising, as the pop star’s career of late has been anything but flourishing. If one tweet would have made her allegedly earn in crores, she would be readily available for the same. What this reveals, however, is that a well-oiled nexus and a cash-rich machinery is behind fomenting trouble in India under the garb of the farmers’ protest.